Vibes Texas Showcases the Best of North Texas Hip-Hop and Art

Vibes Texas has a plan to grow and expand in 2022. Independent event curators will kick off the new year on January 15 at South Side Music Hall with their first event of the year.

“Anything can be art,” says Romii, the founder of the event. And that philosophy shines through at Vibes Texas, where you can see a bit of everything. The organizers effortlessly combine the energy of Dallas’ most popular underground artists across various industries, delivering a blend of visual art, music and fashion.

The lineup includes local favorites such as hip-hop and soul artist M3CCA and a special guest from fluent multi-instrumentalist Yellow Jones, who recently started playing and playing music again after a short hiatus. Vibes Texas will show its reach when Arkansas artist Kari Faux and California artist Reggie Becton take the stage for their sets. One of the highlights of Faux’s career has been his film record and his music video with Childish Gambino titled “Gahdamn”. And Becton has just appeared in Billboard for his R&B single “Issues”.

You can count on Vibes Texas to have a unique lineup of artists and musicians bringing the best of hip-hop, R&B, soul, rap and then Yellow Jones who will potentially bring a band for their set.

“I like providing a platform for more artists to let off steam and do what they do best without feeling judged.” – Romii, founder of Vibes Texas

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The supplier list is full of local entrepreneurs and designers with big name brands. Jazzy d’ArtVibesOnly will be in the building, Dallas Watcher Music Award winner Coach Tev will have some of his Coach of the Year outfits and 360 Home Goods will be in attendance with cool home additions like a “Real Hot Girl Shit” rug and The stoner’s coloring book for all those who like to color after smoking weed.

“My mission and goal was basically to provide a bigger platform for the people of the city and pretty much anywhere to be able to meet other people, network and have a bigger platform. to create and exhibit their art, ”Romii said. “We have painters, handmade jewelry, stylists who make and hand sew all of their items, musicians, rappers, singers, dancers, violinists. Basically make sure everyone understands that every musical instrument is art and anything can be art.

“I like providing the platform for more artists to let off steam and do what they do best and not feel judged. I really started because I didn’t really have to. ‘place to call mine and call home, so I started Vibes Texas for people like me.

Tickets for Vibes Texas’ first event in 2022 are $ 20- $ 70 and can be purchased at Eventbrite. Visit for updates and event merchandise.

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