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IIIPoints Show Review From Ryan Pfeffer of The Miami New Times
To understand Fudakochi, you should hear his story. It's one filled with peaks and pits, heartache and triumph. It's a tale of making it in Miami, against all odds. But even if you knew nothing about the man in the purple cape, you still couldn't help but fall in love. Fudakochi has said before that, at times, he feels like an alien on a foreign planet. This deep-seated feeling of isolation was reflected in his 30-minute set, which left him lying down onstage, gasping for air one moment, standing tall with a fist in the air the next. Accompanied by his little sister (who's got some serious pipes herself) and the purple-masked Affiliated Soul Team (who jammed to dangerous levels of funk) Fudakochi played like he was a headliner, and I hope one day he is. — Ryan Pfeffer
FOR FUDAKOCHI, MUSIC WAS THE ONLY THING THAT EVER MADE SENSE
By: Jess Swanson of The Miami New Times
Fudakochi has always believed he was living on a different planet. The Overtown native didn't talk for the first seven years of his life and instead watched everything revolve past him like a movie. Then, as his mother tells it, on his seventh birthday he uttered his first word: “disappear.” Soon after took up piano and singing.