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The Dayton Family
Jeremy "J-Jack" Jackson
Two Iconic Groups from the State of Michigan, Flint, Michigan to be exact, will face off, on October 30th, 2021, at the Dort Financial Center. It's guaranteed to be an epic event for the city of Flint, Michigan as well as Music enthusiast in general. The two groups, "The Dayton Family" and "Top Authority" began in the early 90's and thru their rise, paved the way for many Artist to come.
We got a chance to talk with Ira "Bootleg" Dorsey via phone and we asked him what he expects for the fans who attend the show, to get out of the versus.
At the end of the day, we doing this for the culture of Rap and for the city of Flint. To show people that we can come together as a community, African American Community and do something positive. Something big in an event center, without any violence. Without no body having to lose their
Both groups, The Dayton Family and Top Authority, came from the gritty streets of Flint, Michigan, and rose to being heard Nationally. Along with Artists like the Legendary M.C. Breed, Ready for the World, Jake The Flake (Who is set to host the versus) and more, made many from State to State, take a SERIOUS look at Flint, Michigan. So its only fitting that two of those groups, Top Authority and The Dayton Family, have this event for their city of Flint! As many inspiring Artist are sure to be watching. A vocal leader and speaker for the city of Flint, Ira Dorsey continues to show his support of the city and we have seen him continously be front and center during the hard times encountered. And now, it's time for the city to come out and support these two groups. 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 at the Dort Federal Event Center, 3501 Lapeer Road, in Flint. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets to the event are $30 for general admission and $150 for VIP seating. If you are in the Michigan area or plan on traveling to Flint, it's definitely an event that you don't want to miss.
life at the end of the night. We can come together and celebrate rap music in a positive way. So that's our whole thing, was to show people that a little positive competition is good. It's healthy for Rap. Rap was built on competition. You can have some competition without it turning into somethin' negative. T.A and 'em gon have a beautiful night, Dayton Family gon have a beautiful night. And our fans gon get a chance to hear that Ol' School music before it turned into what it dun turned into today. And in a safe environment, not no club, not no hole in a wall, but a real sports arena.
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