The Higher Brothers is a four-piece trap/hip-hop group that hails from Chengdu, China. The rap quartet makes use of smooth flows, catchy beats and aggressive lyrics that have caused its songs to blow up around the world. It has made a name for itself in the west by partnering with American hip-hop artist Soulja Boy as well as the legendary Snoop Dogg. The Higher Brothers ability to flow in Mandarian, Sichuanese and English have allowed it to build a fanbase in both its native China and the western world.
Flexing So Hard
Though the Higher Brothers officially formed in 2016, its origins began in 2012. In 2012, the four members of Higher Brothers were a part of a Chengdu, Sichuan-based rap collective. Members Psy. P, Melo, MaSiWei and DZKnow would hang out in hip-hop clubs throughout Sichuan and freestyle. The quartet would officially form as the Higher Brothers in 2016. After forming, Higher Brothers would sign with the American-based label 88 Rising. 88 Rising is a management firm, record label, video production company and marketing company that specializes in working with Asian-based musicians. Through 88 Rising, the Higher Brothers was able to collaborate with American hip-hop artists Ski Mask the Slump God, Soulja Boy and Snoop Dogg. These collaborations, along with the group's raw talent, have helped the Higher Brothers become the first Chinese hip-hop group to see international success. In 2017, the group would release its debut album Black Cab, which would spawn the quartet's signature track "Made in China" and the fan-favorite "7-11." In 2019, Higher Brothers would release its second album Five Stars. This album would feature collaborations with American hip-hop artists Ski Mask the Slump God, Denzel Curry, Soulja Boy, J.I.D. and Schoolboy Q. The album would spawn the hit tracks "Flexing so Hard," "One Punch Man" and "Top."
Where can I buy Higher Brothers tickets?
If you enjoy funky beats and creative flows, you are in luck. Tickets to any of the Higher Brothers shows can be purchased at Stubhub.
Who are the members of the Higher Brothers?
The Higher Brothers is made up of MaSiWei (???), DZknow (??), Psy.P (???) and Melo (???).
What can I expect from a Higher Brothers concert?
The Higher Brothers are passionate about the music it plays. This means that if you are lucky enough to attend one of its shows, expect lots of passion, energy and live creativity. The Higher Brothers enjoy amping up a crowd and getting them into its music. The band encourages the crowd to sing and shout along to its music.
How long is a Higher Brothers concert?
Higher Brothers concerts vary in length, depending on venue and other acts. Typically, the Higher Brothers plays for an hour to an hour and a half. If other musicians from 88 Rising join it, it may play for longer.
What is the Higher Brothers setlist like?
The Higher Brothers typically play fan favorites such as "Flo Rida" "7-11" "We Chat" "Flexing so Hard" and more. At some shows, each member of the group may perform a solo track or a freestyle.
Where is the Higher Brothers playing?
The Higher Brothers is in the process of finishing up its "Wish You Rich" tour. It has two shows left on the schedule. One of the shows is 88 Rising's "Head in the Clouds" concert that will also feature Joji, Rich Brian, NIKKI and other 88 Rising performers at the Los Angeles State Historic Park. The final show of the tour will be at the Electric Ballroom in London.Back to Top