As anyone who watches Fox's talent competition The X-Factor knows, 14-year-old Brooklyn rapper The Astronomical Kid, a.k.a. Astro, a.k.a. Brian Bradley, isn't your typical groan-inducing child artist. His professional handling of the X-Factor audition (including a staged beef with Simon Cowell) and his debut single, "Stop Looking At My Moms," which has a hilarious title but also brings attention to the sexual harassment of women on the street, have heralded the arrival of BK rap's future.

This Wednesday, January 11, Astro will be headlining for the first time at Brooklyn’s premier hip-hop venue, Southpaw (doors open at 8 p.m.). Complex is giving away two pairs of tickets to this important 18-and-over show. To win, all you need to do is be 18 or older, follow @ComplexPopCult (so we can direct message you), and then, in the comments section below, tell us your Twitter handle and what the title of your rap single would have been at age 14. Impress us and you and a friend will be in there. If you don't want to leave admission up to our subjectivity, you can also purchase tickets to see this sensation. 

For more from Astro, check out his website, Facebook, or follow @AstronomicalKid.

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