OogeeWoogee’s own Voss had the release show for his debut album Insatiable this past Friday at Underground Arts in Philadelphia. Another of our content contributors, Cain Kerner, opened the show, along with Mason, Eddie Madrid, Kim Jong Ill and Bes Phrenz.
Our own Michael White was on hand to snap an array of awesome photos from an equally awesome night. Voss’ sets (yes, plural) were both illuminated with some of the best lighting seen at a Philadelphia indie rap show, complete with projections shining on a large screen behind him as well. He performed the entire album (!!!) over the course of the two half hour sets, and also mixed in some older fan favorites, complete with the majority of the album’s featured vocalists physically being there to perform with him. Highlights included a silhouetted rendition of “Deep” with Mel Alston, Jr., Voss’ acapella finisher of “What You Hear” featuring Ron Swerdon, and the intense, emotional, almost sermon-like finale of the night (and album), “Found.” featuring the means.
The rapper debuted his new (as of now unreleased) video for “Average” featuring Azar of Ground Up, as well as a brand new unreleased track before he hit the stage. He also premiered the physical copies of Insatiable, many of which he autographed for fans at the end of the night. We might be a bit biased, but we cannot wait to see what’s next for Voss as he moves into the next chapter of his career in hip-hop.