Local and former Radio personality Wicked Cricket has teamed up with the club owners of U N, a popular night club in Houston, to introduce new local acts to the public. I was invited to attend and give a review of what was happening. Nothing out of the norm except for Lil Flips father and Power manager Money Mark in the crowd as well checking out the hidden talent.
After a few brews and a couple of performers I was engaged with intrigue. The acts were OK, but the movement spoke volumes. Over 20 local acts did their thing on stage and it was all caught on tape and placed on the net free of charge. Not a problem arose in a room full of gangsta rappers, not calling them weak, but pointing out the amount of respect that was in the house that night. Lil Flips farther stated, “…never quit and watch how far you get.” Advise that this group has taken to a whole new level.
My respects to the U N club owners and Wicked Cricket for a job well done. Not only have they created a movement in the underground world but they’ve also made it possible for small acts to be heard in a small comfortable setting with a major impact on their futures. Every Thursday Night the artist end with prayer, they pray for one an others success and with that everyone wins.