Mawule was accompanied by some pretty stellar and diverse musical acts. Denver hip hop artist Jerney
warmed up the crowd as it trickled in, prepared to round out the weekend with a bang. Singer/songwriter Amy Kress
graced the stage afterward, and had what I believe to be one of her best performances yet. She moved gracefully around the stage, switching between strictly vocals and piano with vocals, sharing her story with the crowd. Amy truly shined under the red and blue lights of Lost Lake’s stage, and belted her heart out. Rapper/MC ILL Se7en
followed, hyping the crowd with some killer lyrical flow and classic hip hop beats, thanks to the lovely Bianca Mikahn
. Together, the two created a combination that was impossible not to move your muscles to. DJ Zenas
was the last performer to kick up some dust before Mawule took the stage. It was a delight to watch him, as this was his very first performance as a rapper/singer. To say his set was just downright fun would be an understatement. Zenas’ confidence on stage and rapport with the crowd got everyone fired up right before Mawule, and he proved that he is just as talented of a performer as he is a DJ.
BIANCA MIKAHN AND MAWULE.