Flynt Flossy and Turquoise Jeep

The Crocodile Presents:

Flynt Flossy and Turquoise Jeep

Sat, May 27, 2017

8:00 pm

The Crocodile

Seattle, WA

$15 Adv.

This event is all ages

Flynt Flossy
Flynt Flossy
Besides being the rapper behind the viral hits "Did I Mention I Like to Dance" and "Treat Me Like a Pirate," Flynt Flossy is also head of the strange, fun, and mysterious Turquoise Jeep record label/collective. Flossy claims the TJ crew were born on the Internet and not based in any geographic location, but he does admit that he launched the label with R&B singer Whatchyamacallit. Flynt kicked things off in 2009 with an upload of his party rap song "Stretchy Pants," while the beginning of 2010 saw Whatchyamacallit and Flynt join TJ artist Yung Humma on his massive viral hit "Fried or Fertilized." That same year saw the trio come together for another viral Humma hit, "Lemme Smang It." Both tracks landed on that year's Turquoise Jeep compilation Keep the Jeep Ridin', which also featured Flynt's electro-dance number "Did I Mention I Like to Dance." Considered more Lonely Island than Odd Future at this point, Flossy and Humma "went legit" in late 2012 when they joined Childish Gambino for the single "F*ck Your Blog." A year later, Flynt would release another solo single, the party rap track "Treat Me Like a Pirate" ("and gimme that booty").
Turquoise Jeep
Turquoise Jeep
"Everything is not meant to be understood," says Flynt Flossy co-CEO of the musical phenomenon Turquoise Jeep. Like many other visionary artists, founders Flynt Flossy and Whatchyamacallit felt industry boundaries were stifling their creativity. This encouraged them to combine their own talents with other like-minded friends and create their own label/ genre of music, EMB (Existing Musical Beings).

Turquoise Jeep Records is the definition of complete artistic freedom with no limitations. Their videos on Youtube accumulated millions of views and began their international notoriety. Since then they have been impacting the lives of people all over the world through their songs, vi"Everything is not meant to be understood," says Flynt Flossy co-CEO of the musical phenomenon Turquoise Jeep.

Like many other visionary artists, founders Flynt Flossy and Whatchyamacallit felt industry boundaries were stifling their creativity. This encouraged them to combine their own talents with other like-minded friends and create their own label/ genre of music, EMB (Existing Musical Beings). Turquoise Jeep Records is the definition of complete artistic freedom with no limitations. Their videos on Youtube accumulated millions of views and began their international notoriety.

Since then they have been impacting the lives of people all over the world through their songs, videos, live shows, clothing line, etc. "Turquoise Jeep is the art of expression, another world. And for those who want to be a part of that world, we welcome them with open arms." deos, live shows, clothing line, etc. "Turquoise Jeep is the art of expression, another world. And for those who want to be a part of that world, we welcome them with open arms."
Venue Information:
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
http://www.thecrocodile.com/