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Getting our Hands Dirty for Mudboy

Oxygen Eventworks teamed up with Spotify on October 8th, 2018 to create a gallery-style performance experience for Sheck Wes and the release of his debut album, Mudboy.

The event took place in an old restored church in the heart of Harlem, New York City. We were the first people to take over the venue upon the completion; springing life back into the once rundown piece of history, one hyped fan at a time!

Fans walked into a beautifully lit chamber washed in yellows, purples and oranges, exploring a gallery of 15 photography images, all representing songs from his album release. They also were able to interact with a live photo booth array that broadcast their shot onto a 65′ projection surface in real-time.

For his performance we provided a banging D&B system, catered specifically for the trap stars needs and in result, rattling every bone of the building.

After the event, guests were able to remove and take home the one-of-a-kind large scale photographs signed by Sheck.

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Sheck Wes completes the gallery inspired theme for the event by signing off several of his art pieces with a bucket of mud - did someone say mudboy?

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A close up of some of these art pieces, all set and muddy! Our neon lighting systems shine bright in the background.

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A full look at the overall event setting before guests arrive. Cool tone, white LEDs light up the artwork whilst we flood the rest of the first floor with a wash of purple and amber

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Another angle of the first floor, check out that detailed architecture our lights are illuminating - stunning!

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Sheck Wes takes the stage! With a controlled lighting system, we opt for a bluey-green pixel tube backdrop to set the scene for the opening of the show.

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Our D&B speaker stacks hug the side of the stage with our LED lights around the perimeter of the venue. As the night rolls in, the colors completely pop!

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We built this audio system specifically for the trap star. The louder the better.

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The show rolls on as guests gaze in awe.