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Twisted Insane and Whitney Peyton winter warm up in Clarksville, TN

Da Mafia 6ix, Twisted Insane, Whitney Peyton, Sozay, Fisty Cuffs, Since When

The Warehouse Bar and Grill in Clarksville, Tennessee

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I’m sure I’m not alone in thinking that it’s been a long, cold winter. Most artists don’t tour through the winter, so when I noticed that Da Mafia 6ix had a show coming up in nearby Clarksville, TN, I figured that it would be a fun night. But then, I saw that Twisted Insane and Whitey Peyton were opening for them…and oh yes, I knew I had to be there! I was SO ready to get out to a good live show and have some fun with my friends, and this was the perfect opportunity amid all the wintry weather!

My friends Izzy and Rusty accompanied me to this show, but once we arrived, there ended up being about a dozen of us who all showed up without coordinating with each other! Through the first three or four openers, we all spent time alternating between the bar, the stage and goofing around out in the middle of the club. At some point, a few of us took note of one of the openers, named Since When. He had some really good rhymes, and had us all paying attention more than we had to any other opener.

After his set, a few of us went to greet him, and tell him that he were really digging his set. He was really nice, and seemed glad that we’d taken notice. It would be great to catch another one of his sets at some point in the future.


The next opener I paid attention to was Fisty Cuffs, who seems to be someone that I’ve heard more and more about recently among my friends. He did a pretty good job, and the crowd seemed to be feeling him pretty well, though most people were still hanging around the bar and pool table areas during his set.

The person on this tour that I was probably most excited to see was Whitney Peyton. I saw her at the Gathering last year and thought she did a good job with such a huge crowd, so I was excited to see her perform in a small venue. Some of my friends had never heard of her before, so when it was time for her set, I tried to herd people up to the stage to check her out. As soon as she came on stage, you could tell that she had no problem commanding the entire audience’s attention and reveling in it. I thought she did a great job…better than the Gathering in my opinion! She was totally on point, and brought tons of intensity with her performance. Not far into the set, she jumped up on the barricade and held onto an overhead pipe while she performed, then later she ended up on top of a table in the VIP-type area. Then to top off an already awesome set, she ended up standing upright on top of the crowd (underneath an appropriately yet ironically placed disco ball), and TORE IT UP for her last song.

I’ve gotta say…I’m really digging Whitney Peyton. I think she’s really good at what she does, which at the end of the day, is all I really ask for out of a performer. I love that she’s intense and bad ass, and doesn’t resort to using sex to sell her music.

After her set, Marlie, Rusty and I found her at her merch booth, so we all picked up posters and got photos with her. I’m definitely excited to see where her career goes, and I really hope to see her on some more big-name collabs soon.

Next on the roster was Twisted Insane, who is someone else who I knew put on a great live show. I saw him last year in Nashville, and dude is a beast! As he began his set, you could look around the venue and see people who didn’t know who he was start to suddenly perk up and pay attention to what he was doing. Not gonna lie…I can’t understand a word that he says when he’s performing live since he raps SO FAST. It’s unbelievable that someone can rap that fast, for that long, on basically every song he performs. Just awesome. Sometimes in between his verses, he has moments of seeming possessed…like, rolling his eyes back in his head, twitching and jerking around, and flicking his tongue at the crowd. He’s very unique and very entertaining, and is well worth catching live if you get the chance.

After his set (and actually for the whole rest of the night) he milled around the venue and greeted people, so we all ended up getting photos with him as well.

Next up on the list was Sozay, who I wasn’t familiar with but appeared to be a more mainstream sounding rapper. He was good, and the crowd was really pumped up during his performance. He was having a lot of fun, as well as the guys in his crew who stood at the back of the stage the whole time. Near the end of his set, he said something about wanting all the sexy ladies in the audience to get onstage with him and dance. I saw Izzy jump onstage, then the guy in front of me moved out of my way so I could go. At first I said no, but then he said “…but you’re sexy!” so I was like hey, might as well! Thank you, random dude, for paying me a compliment! ;-) Marlie ended up onstage with us as well, and we all danced around for the length of the song before heading back into the audience to finish watching his set.

After Sozay’s set, it was 1:00am…and despite how I want to believe that I’m an all night party animal…I’m just not anymore hahaha I was really tired, but I certainly wasn’t going to call it quits before Da Mafia 6ix came onstage! Just before they walked out, they brought out some skeletons, then flooded the whole stage area with artificial fog. Once they came out, the crowd was super hyped up for the performance.

I tried my best to take photos, and I ended up snapping about 50 of them, but basically none of them came out well due to so much fog in the venue. They were all washed out and blurry. Boooo. I hung out for a while in the big crowd at the front, but I eventually retreated back a little way since my photos weren’t turning out and I was too tired to deal with the crowd. As the set went on, people began to peel away from the immediate area of the stage, instead hanging back and dancing, getting drinks and socializing. It was really fun, and pretty chill as far as rap shows go.

After everyone was done, the venue started to clear out, so we all made one last pass by the merch booths as we were on our way out. This was a great show, and it was just what I needed in the middle of a long, cold winter! There where times when our little group of Juggalos looked like we were the only people in the whole venue having any fun! It was great to have some fun times with my fam while catching some really great music too! I hope that we see a lot more of both Whitney Peyton and Twisted Insane because they’re both great, and well worth paying attention to. Til next time, fam! Whoop whoop!


  • The Warehouse Bar and Grill
  • Tennessee
  • United States


  • Da Mafia 6ix, Twisted Insane, Whitney Peyton, Sozay, Fisty Cuffs, Since When


  • VeryTwiztidRaven

Review Date:

  • 03/01/2014


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    Faygoluvers Comments

  1. VeryTwiztidRaven

    Comment posted on Thursday, March 6th, 2014 08:42 am GMT -5 at 8:42 am

    ^ I think it was around 2:30am by the time the show was over, and around 3:00am by the time everyone cleared out of the venue. But they had a million local openers, so it may not run that late in every city.

  2. ScottieD

    Comment posted on Thursday, March 6th, 2014 10:51 am GMT -5 at 10:51 am

    Great review Jules! You looked dope in that jersey/dread combo too!

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