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Revive Music, Linear Labs and ArtDon’tSleep Presents There Is Only Now’ NYC Album Release at Le Poisson Rouge Souls of Mischief, Adrian Younge
Souls of Mischief’s Album Release Party with Adrian Younge’s Venice Down
There Is Only Now, the sixth album from legendary hip-hop group Souls of Mischief, is a cinematic crime tale of love, loss, and revenge. A conceptual collaboration with producer Adrian Younge and the first release on his freshly-launched Linear Labs Records label, the album serves as a bookend to two decades of music since the release of the group’s seminal debut album, ‘93 Til Infinity.
Set in 1994, There Is Only Now draws its inspiration from a near-fatal shooting involving group members A+, Opio, Tajai, and Phesto as they were reaching new levels of success early in their careers. Struggling with the volatile combination of newfound fame and the proliferation of gun violence in their native Oakland, the crew parlays the energy from the incident to weave a new tale altogether. As complex as the arrangements and rhymes, the narrative that unfolds is one of unrequited love that spins into lives of the Souls crew. After Tajai is kidnapped, we’re led through a labyrinth of anecdotes and insights into the love triangle of Womack, the thugged out villain; Stoney, herb on the come up; and Miriam, the object of their affections
NYC Freedom Ride to Ferguson Concert @BBKings Feat Rebel Diaz, The Reminders, YC The Cynic
Concert at BB King’s Blues Club to Fund the New York City
Freedom Ride to Ferguson
NEW YORK- Following the killing of unarmed young black teen, Mike Brown at the hands of Officer Darren Wilson, days of protesting have unfolded in Ferguson, MO, and through out the nation. The Hip Hop duo, Rebel Diaz, DJ Charlie Hustle and members of The RDACBX drove 17 hours from New York to Ferguson on Thursday, August 14th, 2014 to express solidarity with the Brown family and the Ferguson community. As a result of their visit, Rebel Diaz decided to shift the focus of their previously scheduled concert at the legendary BB King’s Blues Club, and instead will host The Freedom Ride: NYC to Ferguson fundraising concert at BB King’s Blues Club, located at 237 West 42 St, New York, NY 10036. The proceeds from this concert will serve to mobilize youth and young adults from New York City to Ferguson, MO in support of the local organizing taking place in demand of justice for Mike Brown. The doors will open at 7:00pm, and the show starts at 9:00pm.
The line -up of performances include: Rebel Diaz with the band, Dirty Delorean, The ReMINDers, YC The Cynic, DJ Charlie Hustle and surprise guests. Hosted by Flaco Navaja
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Speed of Sound Entertainment Presents DIRTY HEARTS - TRAILER
Dirty Hearts is a story that follows the changes a community undergoes when its most beloved resident suddenly falls victim to an untimely death.
An honest tale of Angst, Regret and Clarity, Dirty Hearts is set within the borders of Brooklyn’s close knit Panamanian-American community found most most densely in the neighborhoods of Flatbush and Crown Heights.
The outsider gets a rare peek into the hearts of a forgotten generation and neighborhood; learning the answers to: “How does this all feel?” and “What happens when the bad guy does the right thing?”.
Coming this fall.
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This Friday Chesney Snow, Maya Azucena and Lisa Russell for a town hall discussion and video shoot on the modern day lynchings going on across the country
ATTENTION NYC ARTISTS, ACTIVISTS, COMMUNITY LEADERS
Chesney Snow, Maya Azucena and Lisa Russell for a town hall discussion and video shoot on the modern day lynchings going on across the country. Our aim is to document an alternative and critical dialogue about the state of black men in our country that is not being covered in mass media. We want to bring our community together to help envision actions to stop this ongoing and un accounted for aggression by our country’s law enforcement. We are calling on artists to join us in this conversation.
This Friday at 7pm, we will be inviting you, our community, to share your thoughts, ideas, frustrations, etc on a live stream that will be promoted among our collective social networks. We believe we need to start documenting and facilitating the dialog this to serve as a historical record while developing resistance and solutions. And we believe our community of artists – you all – are critical in this conversation.
WHEN: Friday August 22nd @ 7pm
WHERE: National Black Theatre, Harlem NY
2031 5th Ave, New York, NY 10035
WHAT: Town Hall forum for community discussion regarding the state’s violence upon and murdering of our men of color.
WHO: Toni Blackman, Hasan Salaam, Maya Azucena, Lisa Russell, Chesney Snow, Rich McKeown
Please wear clothing that does not have logos.
Sunday August 31, 2014 (Labor Day Weekend!) KeiStar Productions Presents * WHAT THE FUNK?! * JAMES BROWN vs. FELA (Part 7)
Sunday August 31, 2014
(Labor Day Weekend!)
KeiStar Productions Presents
* WHAT THE FUNK?! *
JAMES BROWN vs. FELA (Part 7)
“MAKE IT FUNKY!” Meets “JUMP N’ FUNK”
** Music By: DJ SPINNA & RICH MEDINA **
Tickets Available > WHAT THE FUNK?! Tix
177 2nd Avenue (@ 14th Street) Gowanus – Brooklyn, NY 11215
Doors 10PM-4AM / Admission $15 (w) Advance Tickets Or RSVP / 21 &
Over, ID Required
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This Sunday A Spike Lee Joint Presents Brooklyn Loves MJ 2014 Feat Dj Spinna
Once again it’s on! Been a few years hiatus Join 40 Acres And A Mule Sunday 24th at Brooklyn Restoration on Fulton Street August 24th as Brooklyn rock for Michael Jackson for the 3rd installment of BK Loves MJ. Outdoors and free from noon to 6m.
The August 24 festivities are free to the public and will feature DJ Spinna. He’ll be spinning Michael Jackson jams from 12-6PM at Brooklyn, New York’s Bedford Stuyvesant Reservation Plaza.
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The BBG Group Presents 1st Annual God & Hip Hop NOGE 50th Year Benifit Concert
Celebrating NGE’s 50th Anniversary, our Nation’s finest artists are hitting the stage to pay homage. NGE’s impact on Hip-Hop culture, the Black Community & society at large is immeasurable. Don’t miss this historic event!
We are turning 50…
The nation of Gods and Earths was founded by
Allah on October 10, 1964
The Nation that made the word Peace popular has proven to truly be an enriching grassroots phenomenon in our communities and the entertainment industry!
Numerous iconic people acknowledge the greatness of Allah’s 5% silently and verbally like:
Freedom Williams, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Brand Nubian, Erykah Badu, Wu-Tang Clan, Jay Z, & Carmelo Anthony
This October 3rd, 4th, & 5th people from all around the world will descend on New York City, the new Mecca of the world to celebrate our 50th year Building!
Will You Be Here?
to purchase tickets and more info go here
This Sunday SCIENTIFIC SOUL SESSIONS & MOVEMENT IN MOTION PRESENTS A NEW BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT Featuring A-Alikes
SCIENTIFIC SOUL SESSIONS & MOVEMENT IN MOTION
A NEW BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT : BLACK AUGUST REVOLUTIONARIES WANTED
SUNDAY AUG 17TH
CASA DEL SOUL
724 EMPIRE BLVD ( BTWN ALBANY & TROY )
CROWN HEIGHTS BROOKLYN
IN DIALOGUE WITH REVOLUTIONARY ARTIEST COMMUNITY MEMBERS
LC THE POET
ISIS THA SAVOIR
4PM 10$ LOVE DONATION
ALL AGES /CHILDREN ESPECIALLY CHILDREN WELCOME
MXGM Presents the Black August Film Festival and the Black August Art Exhibit / 8/30/14
MXGM Presents the Black August Film Festival and
the Black August Art Exhibit / 8/30/14 at the National
Black Theatre in Harlem:
2031 5th Avenue, NY, NY 10035 / $10 / 3PM to 8PM
Free Angela by Shola Lynch
Afraid of Dark by Mya B
Herman’s House by Angad Singh Bhalla
Hip Hop is Bigger than the occupation by Nana Dankwa & existence is resistance
Indigo Sun & ConsciousNYC Presents INDIGO SUN African Unity Boat Cruise In Honor of Marcus Garvey
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Indigo Sun & ConsciousNYC Presents
African Unity Boat Cruise
In Honor of Marcus Garvey
Aboard the Multilevel | Huge Outdoor Lounge
Harbor Lights Yacht
Docking from the SkyPort Marina
23rd Street & FDR Drive
Boarding Begins 7:45pm || Returns at 12am
3 Levels to move about!
African Reggae Dancehall Hip Hop Music
Free Food and Vendors
Live Performances from
Music Links–> Black Orfan Metric Man and Negros Americanos
21 & over | ID a Must
If You Not about your Business, You Not Representing