Pulling a page from the Peaches' sex rap playbook, Millionaires (performing tonight at the Marquis Theater with Breathe Electric, Christian TV, Set It Off and Caramel Carmela) is two campy sisters who aim to simultaneously please and offend. Still paying tribute to the days of MySpace with a big scene hair style, Allison and Melissa Marie Green's gnarly electro-rap has persevered with fans through the duo's story-songs about bling, booty and booze.
Recording three EPs in the last four years, the snotty rappers have more been focused on the non-stop tour grind, sharing the stage with fellow parental offenders Brokencyde, as well as headlining three tours themselves. This show is all ages, and tickets are $10-12. Doors open at 7 p.m., and bands start at 8 p.m.
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