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SoMo: The Reservations Tour ft. Caye

Terminal West

Wednesday March 14, 2018

Doors 7pm / Show 8pm / 18+

$20 Advance / $25 Day of Show / VIP Available

Buy Tickets

• Terminal West is a general admission, standing room venue
• All Ages Welcome

VIP Ticket – SoMo All Access Experience ($299)
– 1 GA ticket
– Early Entry
– 1 exclusive SoMo Levi’s brand jean jacket designed by SoMo
– Invitation into the venue before any other VIP fans to participate in the following activities:
– Tour bus tour led by SoMo himself plus photo with SoMo on his bus
– Access to SoMo’s soundcheck
– Backstage tour led by a member of SoMo’s crew
– Private green room visit
– Meet and Greet / Polaroid photo opportunity w/ SoMo
– 3-song pre-show private performance by SoMo
– Q&A session w SoMo
– 1 exclusive poster, signed by SoMo
– 1 commemorative laminate
– Crowd-free merchandise shopping
– On-site concert host
VIP Ticket – SoMo Meet & Greet Experience ($119)
-One (1) general admission ticket to see SoMo live
– Meet & Greet / Photo(s) photo opportunity with SoMo [One professional photo & one with personal phone or camera]
– Early Entry to the general admission floor
– 3-song pre-show private performance by SoMo
– Q&A session with SoMo
– One (1) commemorative laminate
– One (1) exclusive poster, signed by SoMo
– Crowd-free merchandise shopping
– On-site concert host
VIP Ticket – SoMo Soundcheck Experience ($59)
– One (1) general admission ticket to see SoMo live
– Early Entry to the general admission floor
– 3-song pre-show private performance by SoMo
– Q&A session with SoMo
– One (1) commemorative laminate
– One (1) exclusive poster, signed by SoMo
– Crowd-free merchandise shopping
– On-site concert host

Selling out shows across the country and achieving multiplatinum success by paving a path of his own, SoMo has quietly emerged as R&B’s most successful underground superstar. Now, it’s time for the world to properly meet the Dallas, TX singer and songwriter born Joseph Somers-Morales on his second full-length album, ‘The Answers’ [Republic Records].

“Over the past two years, I really dialed in all of the different aspects of who I am as a man and tried to represent every facet in the music, production, and lyrics,” he exclaims. “This is the evolution of SoMo. I’ve seen so much of the world and come back to Texas. I’m really telling my story.”

It’s been nothing short of a whirlwind for the artist since the 2014 release of his self-titled debut, ‘SoMo.’ The record clinched #1 on iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart, and the hit single “Ride” earned an RIAA double-platinum certification. Between sold out headline tours and collaborations with everyone from Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, The-Dream, and Trey Songz to Kirko Bangz, Vigiland, Rebel, and Tricky Stewart, SoMo put impressive numbers on the board, selling 393K albums and counting and 4 million singles in addition to amassing 290 million streams. His 2015 mixtape, ‘My Life II,’ went Top 10 on Billboard’s Top R&B albums chart as he appeared on VH-1’s “Big Morning Buzz,” “The Arsenio Hall Show,” and BET’s “106 & Park.”

Along the way, he carefully assembled what would become ‘The Answers,’ recording in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Texas, Toronto, and Florida. SoMo found new influences that encouraged him to embrace his core.

“Listening to artists like Post Malone and Kehlani inspired me to go back and just approach this as who I am,” he admits. “It’s not about fitting in, but rather just being myself.”

During early 2017, he introduced the album with fiery, fun, and flirty “Play” [feat. Maty Noyes], which registered over one million plays in one of weeks’ time. Appropriately arriving for Valentine’s Day, the first single “Just A Man” evokes early nineties R&B with its resounding piano chords and handclaps as SoMo’s voice soars on the confessional hook, “I’m just a man, and you are my world.”

“I like to call it ‘the trendy, timeless SoMo,'” he laughs. “It’s sort of what we got with ‘Ride.’ It doesn’t matter when the song’s released; it works. Obviously, I’ve been somewhat of a ladies’ man. I am a lover and a romantic though. I’ve fallen in love and been madly in love for long periods of time. I wrote that song at Jim Jonsin’s studio in Florida. I remember sitting there for a few hours with the melodies. Then, I dove deep into the words. I wanted to express being apologetic — not just on behalf of myself but on behalf of all men. I’m only human. It’s me making a mistake and owning up to it.”

Then, there’s “Over.” It’s upbeat energy shuffles into another anthemic refrain courtesy of super producer trio Captain Cuts [Walk The Moon, Tove Lo, Halsey, Bebe Rexha]. “I was coming off that ‘Just A Man’ vibe, but it’s a different side, because I’m saying, ‘It’s not my fault,'” he goes on. “She’s the one saying it’s really over, instead.”

Continuing to grow and evolve, the album title ‘The Answers’ encapsulates his journey thus far. He admits, “It was my search to find the answers inside myself and inside these songs. The whole point is we keep going and searching.”

He’s inviting listeners along for the ride again. “I want people to listen to it in full and feel like they’re leaving a movie afterwards,” SoMo leaves off. “It’s me in the moment.”

Born and raised in Boston, Caye became a talented multi-instrumentalist at an early age. His fondness for a variety of genres (from Jazz to Hip-Hop and everything in between) melted with his skills on the drums, steel pan, and piano. This set the stage for the essence of his music: smooth verses and seductive production. Caye entered USC Thornton School of Music’s Pop Music Program during the Fall of 2016 and has already created a buzz for himself on the college circuit.


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