Legendary Midwest recording artist, Zeus Rebel Waters is in the midst of his Summer Detention Tour. The St. Louis native has hit the road with Yerrty G and his Weirdo Gang affiliates. With stops across the nation Zeus plans to use this summer to bring his brand Rock-Hop to the fans. With influences that range from the early days of Rock and Roll to hardcore Rap Zeus has found a land and made it completely his own.
From Rukapuff to Zeus
Having one successful career in the music industry is hard enough, but having two is almost unheard of. The artist formerly known as Rukka Puff has parlayed his notoriety as a fun-loving, high-energy performer into an artist rebrand that has allowed him to grow into one of St. Louis’ most recognizable faces. Having been invited to throw the opening pitch and perform at Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals, Zeus has even been recognized by the mayor of his home city being awarded his own day (June 1st) for his continued contributions both musically and through his charitable work with the youth in the city.
Partnering with local Wendy’s restaurants for his youth reading initiative has allowed his platform to grow exponentially While still maintaining his creative and artistic integrity. These accomplishments are great, but none of them would be available if his music wasn’t also equally impressive. With multiple songs being played across various Midwest radio stations, both terrestrial and online, being placed in movies and television shows, and burning up clubs across the country Zeus is in prime position to reach national stardom.
Check out Zeus’ Luv music video right here on straightofficial.com!
With these tour stops left there’s no reason not to catch Zeus and the Weirdo Gang near you!
7/7 Springfield, IL
7/8 Lincoln, IL
7/22 Miami, FL
7/27 Oklahoma City, OK
7/29 Fort Worth,TX
8/12 Pops Sauget, IL
8/26 St Regis Falls, NY
9/9 Black Taste of St Louis Festival
9/25 Los Angeles, CA
10/7 Taco Fest Forest Park
11/4 Gala Foundation Ball with Run DMC
11/16 free Concert St. Louis Library