Riff Raff at Saskatoon Event Centre

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Riff Raff at Saskatoon Event Centre

April 22, 2017 @ 9:00 pm - April 23, 2017 @ 3:00 am

Deception Entertainment Presents

Aquaberry Aquarius Canadian Promo Tour
w/ DJ Afterthought

Special Guest:
Peter Jackson

Hosted by:
Mikey Dubz

Local Support:
Allday Music Family
Vandal Vision

Friday April 21, 2017
Saskatoon Event Centre
1201 Alberta Avenue

Doors: 9:00pm

Tickets [email protected]
saskatooneventcentre.com or at the box office

19+ ID Required

Riff Raff Bio:

Weird and wild enough to be associated with Soulja Boy, Andy Milonakis, O.G. Ron C., and Diplo’s Mad Decent crew, Houston rapper Riff Raff first came on the scene in 2009 as a contestant on MTV’s From G’s to Gents, a competitive reality series where hardcore ballers tried to become sophisticates. According to OutKast associate and the show’s host Fonzworth Bentley, Riff Raff was “beyond” his help, but “crazy like a fox” was another way to think of it as the rapper had the MTV logo tattooed on his neck, thus allowing him to use the network’s name legally on his MTV Riff Raff mixtapes, his posts to video-sharing sites, and all his free tracks uploaded to social media. Thanks to Riff Raff mentioning his phone number in his songs, he was contacted by like-minded rapper Dirt Nasty, along with Andy Milonakis, for some collaborative tracks that landed beginning in 2010, and by 2011 he was signed to Soulja Boy’s label and production house, S.O.D. Money Gang Inc. The relationship didn’t last long, as Riff Raff signed with Diplo’s Mad Decent label in 2012 and issued his mixtape Birth of an Icon. The tape featured early hits like “Jose Canseco” and “Jody Highroller,” along with the Action Bronson team-up “Bird on a Wire.” He also teamed up with Milonakis and Nasty in 2012 for the project and album Three Loco, while 2013 saw him partner with DollaBillGates for the album Jumpin Out the Gym. In 2014, he went back to his solo career with the Mad Decent release Neon Icon. The album featured the singles “How to Be the Man” and “Tip Toe Wing in My Jawwdinz,” and in 2015, it was remixed by DJ O.G. Ron C. for the release Purple Icon: Chopped Not Slopped. Released by the MC’s own label, Neon Nation Corporation, Peach Panther followed in 2016. The album featured the single “Carlos Slim,” the Gucci Mane and Danny Brown collaboration “I Drive By,” and plenty of beats from the Atlanta production crew 808 Mafia.

Peter Jackson Bio:

Peter Jackson is often referred to as “the hardest working rapper in Canada”. Known for his intense work ethic both in the studio and on the road, Jackson has spent the last several years touring Canada with artists such as French Montana, Juicy J, Waka Flocka, Jadakiss, Machine Gun Kelly, Wu-Tang Clan, Akon, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, DBlock and more.

Jackson gained international recognition with his single “Miss Right” featuring Jamaican reggae star Sizzla Kalonji. In the United States, Jackson experienced success with his record “Can’t Get Enough” featuring Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, and Styles P of The Lox. The record was featured on every major Hip Hop blog and a number of mixtapes. Back home in Canada, Jackson’s song “#1 Fan” featuring Karl Wolf hit number one on Hip Hop Radio in Winnipeg with heavy rotation in Vancouver, Saskatoon and Toronto. Jackson has received press in over 500 major Hip Hop and music publications and was nominated for Hip Hop artist of the year at the Independent Music Awards. His much anticipated mixtape Good Company is set to drop December 24, 2013, led by the release of the much anticipated single “Havana”, featuring Waka Flocka on December 17, 2013.

In addition to his music, Jackson has recently opened a Shark Tank Studios, a fully equipped recording studio. He is also a co-owner of Captured Photography & Film which produces music videos, promotional videos as well as documenting important events.


April 22, 2017 @ 9:00 pm
April 23, 2017 @ 3:00 am


Saskatoon Event Centre
1201 Alberta Ave
Saskatoon, SK S7K 7Y6 Canada


Saskatoon Event Centre