¡Mayday! Tells Miami, "Bitch, I'm Back":
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The ¡Mayday! dudes have a message for Miami, and it's "Bitch, I'm back ... Again."

Ever since joining the Strange Music army, these rap warriors have been patrolling the countryside (from Pigdick, Arkansas, to Shitshoe, Utah, and everywhere in between) on a roadwar for the musical soul of America.

The heavy touring has paid off. The crew's latest album, Take Me To Your Leader, and the followup EP, Thrift Store Halos, are moving units worldwide. And now, ¡Mayday! will be celebrating its return to the MIA with an action packed show at Grand Central on August 31.

We here at Crossfade caught up with Bernz, Wrekonize, Plex Luthor, Gianni Cash, Lt. Hopkins, and Nonymous at their new HQ, Daniel Wills' Armory Studios in Wynwood, to see what they had to say.

All they could think of was, "Bitch, I'm back."

But thanks to playing 90 shows in 99 days, the band is sharper than a Zulu spear point. So they're guaranteed to drop an explosive set at GC, alongside Tech N9ne, Flawless, Stevie Stone, and DJs Affect, Craze, Entice, and Sharpsound, and the infamous superthug NORE.

In the meantime, the ¡Mayday! dudes are recording, and driving their new 15-passenger custom touring van around the city. And they won't stop screaming, "Bitch, I'm back," from every open window.

¡Mayday! and TechN9ne. With Flawless, Stevie Stone, NORE, and DJs Affect, Craze, Entice, and Sharpsound. Friday, August 31. Grand Central, 697 M. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $10 plus fees via Ages 18 and up. Call 305-377-2277 or visit

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Jacob Katel
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