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    Kayzo Brings Out DJ Snake & Sum 41 For His Biggest Show Ever

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    It’s been over a year since I saw Kayzo put on the first ever Doghouse Takeover in Los Angeles at Avalon Hollywood, and it’s incredible to see how far he’s come since then. Even at that time, his show was one of the craziest nights I’d seen at Avalon in a long time and since.

    Since last year, Kayzo has toured the world and steadily worked his way up through venues in Los Angeles until he finally played at the Hollywood Palladium last night for his biggest solo headlining show yet. Supported by 4B, Gammer, and Dubloadz, Kayzo managed to absolutely bring the (dog) house down with some very special guests.

    Last year, Kayzo was joined by Carnage and Borgore. This time around, he’s shown a significant upgrade by bringing out DJ Snake and Sum 41, the latter of which performed their song “Fat Lip” to a crowd who was honestly probably too young to appreciate it.

    To make the show even more special for Kayzo himself, his birthday came as the clock struck midnight and we hear the crowd erupted into an unprompted celebration of “Happy Birthday.”

    Check out a video of Sum 41 playing “Fat Lip” below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM.
    Source: Kayzo Brings Out DJ Snake & Sum 41 For His Biggest Show Ever


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