Houston rapper Marcus Manchild and his label partners at AMG (Authentik Music Group), Wodie, George, Chad and Nate, just finished traveling the country as part of the Smoker's Club Tour, headlined by Method Man, Curren$y and Big K.R.I.T. The Smoker's Club tour was at Warehouse Live November 11 (read the review), and Marcus agreed to check in with Rocks Off once a week to let us know how it's going.
We are finally at the end of the tour. Its been CRAZZZZZYYYY!!! Last time i checked in we were in Atlanta at Magic City. They showed AMG all kinds of love and they played my music all night. I never seen so many girls in my life!
We hit up the Velvet Room and the Gold Room the next day with my AMG family and my bro, Ken Hamlin. It was poppin'. From there, we went to Charleston and Charlotte. A damn cold front came through and got me sick as shit. My boy, Mike Goodson from the Carolina Panthers, came to the show to rock with me.
So, we get to Virginia and it's like 28 degrees outside. Then we overslept and woke up to the hotel manager lady standing over us yelling because we were 30 minutes past check out time. She even called the cops on us! Boston George prank called her the entire the rest of the day. LOL!
Other than that, Virginia was poppin' like crazy! We are in DC tonight. I just rocked the stage. DC was off the chain! We only have two shows left on the tour -- Allentown, Pennsylvania and Boston. This shit still don't feel real. This is my first tour and it feels like a dream!!
Shout out to Chris Gray and the Houston Press for giving me the opportunity to tell my tour stories. Shout out to Boston George, Wodie, Chad & Nate. PRESEASON 2 is out right now. Follow me on twitter @MarcusManchild. Until next time BOIIIIII!!!!!!!
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