Rapper Andre Nickatina made his way to the House of Blues in Anaheim, CA on Nov. 30 amongst a sold-out crowd. The Bay Area legend, with his red hat and crisp white tee representing the Fillmore district of San Francisco, didn’t waste any time running to the stage chucking a water bottle at the crowd and getting them all wet.
With 25 years in the game and many hits under his belt, Nickatina is a well-known household name in northern California. With a lot of respect to Bay Area legend Mac Dre who was killed 14 years ago, Nickatina told everyone to point their fingers to the sky and say “rest in peace Mac Dre, we love you.”
Flowing to many of his hits like "Ayo for Yayo" and "Dice for Life" a large number of spectators knew the words to every song. The majority of people who attended the House of Blues were from Northern California so they felt right at home as soon as Nickatina hit the stage. "Jungle" and "Killa Whal" are two songs his fans knew all the lyrics too. The recent resurrection of his 75 girls label, his new album titled Pisces and the North American tour, Nickatina is still adding fuel to the fire and proving to his fans that he has plans to keep on going for many years to come.