Saturday, Aug 18, 2012 10:30 PM PDT
(9:30 PM Doors)
- Sunday, Aug 19, 2012 2:00 PM PDT
Roe Boutique Nightclub, San Francisco, CA
21 years and over
Enrique of Surreal SF presents HARD EI8HT SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Feat. an exclusive intimate 45 minute VIP performance by Indie Hip-Hop Sensation
KREAYSHAWN plus Special Guests
LIVE on stage inside Roe Boutique Nightclub, located in San Francisco’s
SOMA district across from the W Hotel.
This event is 21 and Up and a General Admission Show.
For VIP Table & Bottle Service packages email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kreayshawn was born Natassia Gail Zolot on September 24, 1989 in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and moved to Oakland, California when
she was ten years old. She is Russian-American, and the daughter
of Elka Zolot, a former member of the San Francisco garage punk
band The Trashwomen. Zolot got her first video camera when she
was ten years old, and started documenting her raps. When she
was seventeen, she began exploring her interest in cinematography
by shooting videos of friends and later music videos for local rappers
such as Lil B. Her videos caught the attention of dean Patrick Kriwanekhe,
and Zolot attended Berkeley Digital Film Institute with a full scholarship
for two semesters. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue her music
In 2010, Zolot released her first mixtape, Kittys x Choppas, as well as her
first music video for the song "Bumpin Bumpin".
On May 16, 2011, she released a music video for her single Gucci Gucci,
which generated nearly three million views on YouTube in the first three
weeks. The popularity of her Gucci Gucci video caught the attention of
several record labels, and Zolot quickly signed a contract with Columbia
In September 2011, Zolot was nominated for the MTV Video Music Award
for Best New Artist, but lost the category to Tyler, The Creator. She also
hosted the Red Carpet event before the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.
Zolot performed as Kreayshawn in the musical group White Girl Mob. The
group initially included her friends rapper Vanessa "V-Nasty" Reece and
Jordan "Lil' Debbie" Capozzi. In 2012, it was announced that Zolot would
appear as Kreayshawn on the remix album Mike E. Clark's Extra Pop
Emporium, a bonus album from Insane Clown Posse's twelfth studio album,
The Mighty Death Pop!