Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf admitted that this is their first “big tour” that they’ve done in over three years, and “it’s going to be a culmination of over a year of planning and creating.” The sister-duo have already made stops in cities such as Nashville, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Chico, Denver, Kansas City, St Louis, Atlanta and most recently Miami.
Although the show had a last minute change from The Fillmore Miami Theater to The Ground Miami (Club Space), stage production and high-energy levels was nothing short of amazing. In fact, my neck still hurts two days later from head-banging so hard, and I’m not even mad about. On Friday night, Oct. 20th, Krewella put on a show like they’re at a festival, and got the crowd singing along their loudest to every song. From their hit singles “Alive” and “Live For The Night,” to “Broken Record” and “New World” featuring Yellow Claw, the girls performed numerous popular tracks from their first album to their last EP.
The girls came out for an encore performace of “Team” and Yasmine even rapped their Krewella rendition of “Old Kanye,” which was something that only the core Krew fans understood. Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without a chilling campaign shower from Jahan, mosh pits and sweaty hugs with the fans during their meet and greet.
Krewella also teased one of their highly-anticipated unreleased tracks, “Dead AF,” which they revealed will be dropped later this week.
Last night was so dope! My 2nd ever concert and it was a @krewella concert and they KILLED IT. Definitely won’t forget this anytime soon. @krewellajahan & @krewellayasmine both OWNED IT. Honestly, really looking forward for them to comeback down to Miami again. (Side-note, they allowed us to crash and join them on stage and Yazzy 😍 touched my hand and my heart literally skipped a beat and I became the world’s biggest fan-boy in moment). #newworldtour #krewella
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shiiiiit long essay caption alert🚨 it’s been a month since we left home for the New World Tour…every day i wanna collect my thoughts & post about it but as soon as i grasp them in my brain, the words dissipate. i guess that’s the beauty of being present. every night i get to lose myself on stage in the company of so many amazing humans – many who came to let go of shit they’re hanging on to or face shit that they’ve been running from. thank u for trusting us with your time & energy. thank u for telling us about what pains you, lights you up, & gets you through the day. thank u for dancing & sweating ur fucking asses off💦 to the girl who got broken up with the morning of our Denver show & came anyways, thank u for letting me just hold you while u cried. to the dude in Seattle who was really nervous to talk but told us anyways about how we’re the reason he got into making music, i’m fucking honored & thank u. to the bro who gestured cunnilingus at me the whole set in St. Louis, my dawg u gotta learn some respect for ladies so fuk u🖕🏽& thx for coming. to all my people who have met their best friends or significant others thru our music & u come out to shows like the cute asses y’all are thank uuu👼🏻 to anyone who’s driven 2…7…even 12+ hours to see us😵 THANK YOU. thank u all so fucking much. if u can’t tell, i’m obsessed with this tour. i hope to see u all in the New World 🌎
- Tell us about yourself and how you got started as a DJ/producer?
- Who are some of your musical influences?
- You’ve been in the scene for over 20 years, how have you seen EDM evolve as a whole? Do you think it’s a good or bad change?
- What would you say sets you apart from other Trance DJs out there?
- You recently released your album, neXt,how would you describe the tracks on this album to be different from pervious tracks you’ve released?
- I feel like the album gravitates more towards a trance, pop music sound compared to your other tracks like “9PM[Till I Come],” or “My Dream.” Is this the direction you plan on going with your music?
- What’s next that fans can look forward to as far as new music or a tour?
- Tell us 3 things we don’t know about you (hobbies, funny stories, fun facts, likes/dislikes…etc…)
“Luis Colindres and I created ‘Mass Manipulation’ as a 60-page comic book to help tell the story of my album. It shows REZZ arriving from Neptune to mass manipulate and hypnotize planet earth. Accompanying the comic book is an animated music video for ‘Premonition’, which features images and highlights from the comic book,” said RezzPlaying a young alien from Neptune who crash lands on Earth, REZZ befriends two earthlings as they discover her incredible innate ability; hypnosis through music. The comic invites readers to step into the psychedelic world of REZZ as she embarks on a mind-bending journey to manipulate the masses and ultimately achieve her final mission, bringing peace and love to earth. Paired with a lively music video to support the comic, both new and old fans of REZZ can now fully tune into the cult of REZZ. REZZ has had a clear vision since day one, breathing life into the electronic music scene through her dark, hypnotic soundscapes while her audible, musical vision became visually interpreted with poise and accuracy by Chicago based illustrator Luis Colindres. Colindres began working with REZZ on her ‘Something Wrong Here’ EP, and has been integral in setting her visual standard by designing the ‘Mass Manipulation’ album cover, tour art, and now the comic book and ‘Premonition’ music video. The visual narrative appropriately titled ‘Mass Manipulation’ is now available for pre-order in the format of a physical comic for the very first time. REZZ will continue her ‘Mass Manipulation’ World Tour throughout the year, hypnotizing North America, Australasia and Europe throughout 2017.