Oct
28

Reef The Lost Cauze w/ Vitamin F

MilkBoy Philly

Philadelphia, PA

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In accordance with The City of Philadelphia’s current mandate, MilkBoy will require all guests and staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 for this event. A printed, digital or hard copy of a guest’s vaccination card must be provided upon entry as proof of vaccination.  At this time, negative test results will not be accepted.

When not eating or drinking, MilkBoy kindly asks that all guests please wear a face mask for their own protection & the safety of our staff, community, and the artists performing on our stages.


Reef The Lost Cauze with Vitamin F and Electric City at MilkBoy

Thursday, October 28th, 2021

7pm Doors // 8pm Show // 21+


About Reef The Lost Cauze

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Born Sharif Lacey in West Philadelphia, Reef the Lost Cauze came up in hip-hop as a lethal battle-rap MC. He defeated opponents in all types of venues, from school grounds to grimy back alleys to professional competitions. In 2000, despite obtaining a scholarship, he quit film school after only the first year to involve himself more in hip-hop music.

His first two albums, The High Life (2002) and Invisible Empire (2003), were released locally and put his name on the map for Philadelphia's underground rap scene. Nonetheless, it was the regional and national battle-rap competitions that gave his career a real boost. He finally landed an album deal jointly with Eastern Conference and Good Hands, the former owned by New York underground MC/DJ pair the High & Mighty. The more well-rounded effort Feast or Famine arrived in 2005, boasting the DJ Mighty Mi-produced "Fair One," which also featured Boot Camp Clik's top MC Sean Price, as the lead 12" single.

In the years that followed his third album, a few local mixtapes were released, but the Philadelphia MC had success in doing several collaborations and features. He was invited into the Philadelphia crew JuJu Mob, who released their 2005 album Black Candles on Eastern Conference, as well as the underground super-collective Army of the Pharaohs, led by Jedi Mind Tricks frontman Vinnie Paz, in 2006. ~ Cyril Cordor, Rovi

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MilkBoy Philly

1100 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19107

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Talent

Reef the Lost Cauze / Vitamin F

Electric City