Stanford Concert Network


Aminé

At the age of 21, Adam Aminé Daniel burst onto the scene with his now 6x platinum single, "Caroline." But, the Portland-born rapper has come a long way since then; a fact made clear by his critically acclaimed releases. "Good For You" drew praise on arrival with writeups in XXL, The New York Times, Complex, and more. And "Limbo," released in 2020, debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top Hip Hop Albums chart with features from Young Thug, Summer Walker, Vince Staples, and more

Between explosive sets at Coachella and Lollapalooza, plus a show-stopping performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Aminé has solidified himself as a force of nature. Making his acting debut on HBO's "Insecure," he's proven that his talents go beyond the studio and the stage to a whole new medium of entertainment. Coming off of a 2021 Grammy nomination for Disclosure collaboration, "My High", Aminé has more extensive plans to revisit the world of dance/hip-hop crossover records. As live music returns, the second half of this year will feature a variety of innovative, genre-bending releases that could come at no better time for packing a dance floor.




Victoria Monét

Victoria Monét is a multitalented artist and performer from Sacramento, CA. In February 2020, she was selected to be Apple Music's Up Next artist. In August 2020, she independently released the first installment of her debut full-length album JAGUAR - the #1 R&B album on iTunes in 66 countries (including the US and UK). Today, Monét is responsible for some of the biggest hits in contemporary pop, hip-hop and R&B for top 40and critical darlings alike, from Brandy, Nas, Chloe × Halle to Lucky Daye, BLACKPINK and Selena Gomez. She earned 4 GRAMMY nominations for her vocal production and songwriting on Ariana Grande's thank u next album, including #1 hits "thank u next" and "7 rings," and one recently for Chloe x Halle's breakthrough single "Do It". She became a mother to a beautiful baby girl named Hazel in February 2021. Her unique and truthful perspective showcases her duality: a feeling of nostalgia blended with modern sensibility.




Tkay Maidza

Nothing is holding Tkay Maidza ('tee-kay my-dzuh') back, and on her whiplash-inducing new new trilogy-capping EP Last Year Was Weird, Vol. 3, the Australian-Zimbabwean singer-rapper doubles down on her intent to exhilarate. Released in July 2021, Last Year Was Weird, Vol. 3 features dreamy “Cashmere”, technicolor baddie anthem “Syrup” and grimy “Kim (ft Yung Baby Tate)”, the latter of which earned a shout as Pitchfork’s #2 Best Music Video of the Month, besting even Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, with many others hailing it one of the best videos of the year. 2021 firmly established Maidza as an artist of global importance with cover across the globe from NME to Galore to 10 and more. This fall saw SOLD OUT NYC, LA and LONDON headlining performances - as well as performances with Charli XCX and Ashnikko, and festivals including ACL and Day N Vegas.