M.T.G puts it:
“Today everybody is caught up on trying not to get played by someone. With this record I was trying to bring back that feeling of being sprung for somebody and not caring what people think. It can be a generalization. I chose to target Kendall. I always wanted a Kardashian
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Project kicks is a concept based off ever so popular event such as sneaker con, dunkxchange, sneaker bowl, and sneaker fest that showcase high end sneakers. Vendors have a chance to showcase their own product and buy sell and trade between each other in a safe enviroment. Denver over time has been growing in the sneaker culture with more shops and more kids getting into the culture. An the culture doesnt stop with just the sneakers, but it also incorpoates art, fashion (streetwear) , autmotive, and other aspects of the wide growing culture. Now with the growing market Project Kicks is a new developing event.
First annual event will be in feb 2016 at the Glitter Dome in Denver Colorado and will incorporate the elements of music , street wear, and sneakers. The first event will feature a live dj that will give away prizes in the open space filled with the vendors buying selling and trading their product. The event will also seek help from the
local shops and retailers in the city for their support and cooperation. Project kicks would need the support of the shops to push the event and sell tickets throughout the shops. The event is sure to be something to bring the city together and is sure to be a great experience for all!
Denver, Colorado – April 16, 2016 –Urban Arts Showcase announces the launch of the long awaited event in the city of Denver. It is certainly not easy to put it all together and make a stunning event, but Urban Arts Showcase, UAS is about to give you an authentic old school hip hop experience as it features a street wear fashion show, live performance, dance competition, art exhibition and pop up shops.
Urban Arts Showcase prides itself on staying true to the original elements of hip hop culture which is characterized by four distinct elements, all of which represent the different manifestations of the culture: rap music (oral), turntablism or DJing (aural), bboying (physical) and graffiti art (visual). Even while it continues to develop globally in myriad styles, these four foundational elements provide coherence to hip hop culture.
Over the course of the last three years, Urban Arts Showcase has provided a platform for many brands and artists to engage with consumers and fans in the greater NYC area and are very excited to be expanding to the west coast. Using social media Urban Arts Showcase was able to generate significant exposure online for the participating artists, brands, and events. Making use of a variety of venues, past events were held on the Jewel Yacht (harbor cruise of NYC), Graffiti Art New York in Tribeca, Specials on C (a former bodega turned event space in Alphabet City) and Open House Cocktail Lounge on the Lower East Side of Manhattan with sponsors like G Shock, Reebok, KidRobot, PBR, Box Water, Ciroc, Redbull, Calebs Kola, Cazal Eyewear and many other independent designers.
Elements of hip hop build upon Urban Arts Showcase’s commitment to take the authentic old school experience to the west coast in 2016, the first stop is the city of Denver and the event will be hosted at the Savoy at Curtis Park which occupies the second floor of a landmark Victorian building in Denver. Built in 1887 and residing in the historic Curtis Park Neighborhood, the second floor was used as a private social club/venue with a dance floor/social space lobby and lounge. Today it remains as one of the few surviving spaces of its kind in the city of Denver.
The Chicity OG who had the wildest time with a certified “Stalker” and for a lot of reasons told us why he ain’t “HAPPY ” Now has a PSA question for the pretty ladies…. yall know that all the getting to know you an all that, is fine but the Question on Co-Still’s mind is When you gone “LET ME HIT” SO HIT THE PLAY BUTTON AN ENJOY… let Co-Still know your THOUGHTS via Twitter/IG @COSTILL8NINE
Every action has a reaction, everything has a consequence we all must answer for. Compton, California native Billionaire Buck discussed his dealing with fate in his new song properly titled, “Karma”. “Karma” is the 1st installment to the first vol. in a five vol. series to the Black Jew project. Similar to Torah , Buck the (Moses to lost tribe of Block Ballers) will have five unreleased new records leading up to the print release. Karma is produced by JTP, he is also responsible for 50% of the production on Buck’s next release. Billionaire Buck is set to hit the road in March on the Black Jew tour, hitting up the West Coast, So in the mean time kick back, enjoy Karma and keep up with Buck, his movement and find out when he’s coming to your city
via Instagram: @Billionaire_buck
We Are A.B.L.E is a bronx born hip-hop/rap duo created by Bredbrotha Record partners AB and Lord Eitel. Focused on creating a unique sound to stand out amongst New York City’s elite ABLE’s formula of up tempo beats, witty complicated lyrics, and live instrument incorporation has found them early success. Opening in a number of venues across the United States for artist such as Ty Dolla Sign, MGK, and participating in the 2015 SXSW Music Festival is just the beginning for the two MC’s.
Raised in the last Golden Era of Music, DeeNo Green is a throwback artist… The Last of The Mohicans if you will. He’s driven by a unique passion and respect for his music. With over 20 years of musical experience under his belt, DeeNo is looking forward to turning that knowledge into his new R&B project entitled ‘LoveProjectReality’. DeeNo has performed both R&B and Hip-Hop for over half of his life and credits his development not just to hard work, but to the artists he’s had the honor of collaborating with over his career. DeeNo doesn’t just want his fans to listen to the music…. He wants them to LIVE the music as if it were a life experience. The truly unique part about DeeNo’s music is that it is almost always derived from personal experiences. Therefore, anytime you listen to one of his songs, youre in fact getting to know the artist himself. DeeNo has performed throughout the country alongside acts such as Busta Rhymes, Nas, The Fugees and Chaka Khan just to name a few. For DeeNo, this isn’t about fame or accolades. ” It’s all about maintaining musical integrity. I love this music so much I would never cut a corner or take a shortcut to make a song. The listener deserves better. Those of you who are discovering this art form for the first time deserve better. I want to bring the level of creative intensity in every song I’m involved in.” If you’re ready for authentic R&B music with just a hint of real Hip-Hop, you’ve come to the right place. DeeNo has arrived!
Def Jam Recording Songstress, Alyson Williams Hosts Benefit For The Paul Robeson Freedom School In Brooklyn, NY.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – December 16, 2016 – On January 8, 2016, Brooklyn’s Hip-Hop Pioneer Rodney ‘Radio’ Rahim’ Deas, The First Lady of Def Jam Recordings, Songstress, Alyson Williams, and a host of music industry professionals, local business owners and members of the community will join in a campaign to raise money for The Paul Robeson Freedom School & Summer Camp in Brooklyn.
The Paul Robeson Freedom School has been in existence for 4 years as a Summer Camp in the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Clinton Hills and Williamsburg sections of Brooklyn. Although It started with 4 youngsters it now has 25 students on the register. The school Founders were two of the original members of the original Occupy Wall Street Movement. The January 8, 2016 benefit will kick off at; For My Sweet Garden located at 1103 Fulton Street in Brooklyn. The event begins at 6pm and includes a reception, dance party and Concert. The school’s campaign is being held to preserve the legacy of Actor Paul Robeson Jr. Proceeds from the Benefit will be used to help build a new state of the art facility that will service Brooklyn middle school students between the ages of 10 and 15 years old.
For more information:
Contact: Rodney DeasExecutive Director
The Paul Robeson Freedom School