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Jesty Beatz brings fame to Zeta Psi house

Issue date: 9/3/10 Section: Focus
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Independent artist Jesty Beatz got a little more famous after an energetic performance last Saturday night outside of the Zeta Psi house, sponsored in part by UPB,.The remnants of neon orange paint on the lawn are testament to the night's raucous revelry. Beatz performed for roughly an hour and a half, and at one point, his overtly pronounced fame blew out a microphone. As Zeta Psi promised, paint rained down from every direction, so much so that they ran out of paint midway through the show. An estimated 200-300 people turned out for the event, helping to render this unusual yet exciting concert a complete success.
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    Bo Maggio

    posted 9/04/10 @ 8:46 AM EST

    Best show ever. At one point there was around 600 people there.

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