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FLOWZ In The Fale

FLOWZ In The Fale

FLOWZ, the MC with a hustlers’ spirit from Lyall Bay, the big W, is celebrating the release of his debut vinyl record.

The 12” vinyl featuring a six-pack of street anthems from the heart of Aotearoa hip hop lands this November, and post customs clearance, FLOWZ is throwing a party with his new live band, The USOS at Sandwiches.

For more than a decade FLOWZ aka Fiso Siliota has added gristle and backbone on collaborations with numerous Aotearoa hip hop artists and was a founder of Footsouljahs posse and 2Much Records.

Recently he's been making moves to focus on his own music, and with minimal hype, FLOWZ & THE USOS have begun jamming at Sandwiches, building up a reputation as the best little gig ya never heard of.

A sharp shooter with the Lyall Bay Seagulls basketball team, FLOWZ has learnt there are no short cuts to success. After years of patience, FLOWZ says “my life is in a new location”

FLOWZ AND THE USO'S
Sandwiches
Thursday November 22nd From 10pm
$5 on the Door

ENDS

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