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Baller Alert Does SXSW : Pre-Game Video blogged by @niksofly

 

Austin, Texas is definitely the place to be right now. If you are a music junkie, fan, lover of art, groupie or thottie. With a full schedule every day, there is no way possible you can not have a great time. Baller Alert is definitely on the scene to give you a play-by-play recap of the events.

Thursday was all about the pre-game. Last night BJ The Chicago kid lit up 6th street. Rich Homie Quan had Pandora hitting his dance.  The Sauce Twinz dripped sauce on Austin right before Beat King had girls throwing that ass.  DJ Drama and MC Beezy had The AF party wilding. LMG artist, Kirko Bangz stopped by and made the ladies croon. Cassie Veggies was out and about. Elle Varner was giving Austin its “Refill”.  And then there was I Love Makonnen. Youtube brought the “Tuesday” artist out and he showed out.   Kevin Gates brought  Louisiana to SXSW. O.T. Genasis was in love with the “Co Co”. Curen$$y and Ty Dolla $ign closed out Atlanta Records’ Loud Pack at Yahoo’s Brazos Hall like bosses. Migos performed everywhere. Literally e-ve-ry-where. Fetty Wap  had the ladies believing they were his “Trap Queen”. Every club was popping

. And let’s not get into the food and hospitality that is down here. Amaze Balls. The artist Lounge had complimentary full kilts from MAC, free makeovers along with massages and swag bags. Awesomeness! The Food Truck Park had everything from good ole fried chicken to Korean and Mexican. The Turkish wraps were bomb.  It was an epic start to our excursion.  Thursday was just the pre-game! The real fun is about to start and our readers at Baller Alert are going to witness events through our lenses.

Check out the video of the Pre-Game here!

 

 

 

 

-Niko Rose

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