It's a little after 1AM and the Jabee concert had just wrapped up. The crowd had been standing on there feet for hours and it seemed like the night was over, but not quite yet. But like Jay-Z said "After the party, it's the after party", which the bouncers made sure that everybody was on 'THE LIST', of which I was surprised to be on (perks of the game)....
So upstairs the after party was in full effect, drinks, food, people, what else could you ask for. They even played "Bad and Boujee" so know it was lit. Then without a moments notice DJ Trillary Bankz dropped the beat.... It was if PSA by Jay-Z was playing, and by the looks from the crowd, it almost was. Steph Simon grabbed the mic and sang out "Chillin on it jus vibin... Chillin on it jus vibin..." A group closest to the stage came together all singing, "I got money all in my pocket, fitted cover my eyelide. Chillin on it just vibin, we ain't come to hurt no body.". The rest of the crowd looked with curiosity at the rapper with a following of people who seemed to be rapping the song word-for-word. But by the end of the song even they too were joining in on the hook.
Steph Simon wasn't the only one to shine on the mic. Long time collaborator and day uno Dial Tone also spit his verse on the song "So Much Flava".
But of course it wouldn't be flavor without Mr. Flavor himself, I'm talking Keeng Cut aka Flavio Cútatore. Who spit his verse on the song "So Much Flava" followed by some hard hittin bass his performance of "Ballin".
By the end of Keeng Cut's performance it was clear that Tulsa World Culture had reintroduced itself to the city, but it was one secret weapon that no one, not even me saw comin. And her name is Tea Rush, and from the very beginning she was the star that shined brightest that night. With her powerful performance singing out "Ima act 1, 2. Ima act jut like a nigga do" she blew away everyone and solidified the rush that Tulsa World Culture had brought to the city.