With Sore Losers’ “We Are Sore Losers” EP recently making it’s premiere
on to the hip-hop scene, Sore Losers are making their mark in history and redefining the genre
On Saturday, 2/4, Sore Losers celebrated the recent release of their highly anticipated We Are Sore Losers EP . Hosted by NFL player Martellus Bennet and DJ Drop, Sore Losers fans new and old came out to be a part of the We Are Sore Losers EP Release Celebration Show at Trees. The standing room only crowd was treated to a great lineup that included The Boombachs, Zawcain (BET Music Matters) and Fly Union.
Shortly after midnight, Sore Losers guitarist K Cooks led the band processional on to the stage with a dramatic guitar solo entrance followed by King’s signature drum solo then one by one the rest of the band appeared on stage before the appearance of Brown. Once Brown gave the signal, the band immediately went all in on new song “Feedback”. Over the course of the next hour and a half, Sore Losers fans were taken on a high energy experimental hip hop musical adventure, an emotional soul stirring journey through the new We Are Sore Losers songs and popular fan favorites. Music artists Dustin Cavazos (featured on new single “Baby Wanna Roll”) and Charlie B (CMG/Bungalo/Universal Music Group artist featured on new singles “Laugh Now Cry Later” and “if I Was Rich”) joined Sore Losers on stage. French producer and harmonica maestro Frédéric Yonnet, also featured on Sore Losers new single “If I Were Rich” made a special trip to Dallas to perform with Sore Losers. Yonnet who regularly plays with Prince, Stevie Wonder, and Dallas own Erykah Badu graced the stage instantly mesmerizing the crowd playing harmonica throughout Sore Losers show. The rest of the night was filled with the roaring crowd of supporters rocking to Sore Losers phenomenal music captivated by every note and lyric coming from the stage.
At the end of the last song, Sore Losers gave heartfelt thanks to the fans before leaving the stage. However the fans wouldn’t have it. The crowd immediately began chanting Sore Losers commanding the group back on stage once again for an encore performance. Sore Losers returned to the stage to give a powerful performance of their Grammy.com featured lead single “Euthanasia”. All throughout Trees, the crowd could be heard passionately chanting in unison Euthanasia’s powerful hook:
“MONEY, MURDER, LIES, GUNS, DRUGS, SEX…Maybe mankind just has a GOD complex”
The musical journey finally comes to an end. An incredible night that will forever be remembered as a great moment in Dallas hip hop music for many years to come…