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March 25, 2011

“I LOVE RAP” 2010 RAP-UP SHOW (03/25)

This is a must see show , Ya’ll!!! Thanks to Ms. Dia of “The Show”, which is a radio program that airs on 89.3fm… Wednesdays at Midnight- 3am. Just in case you missed the earlier article I wrote, selecting Ms. Dia for 2010 “Promoter of the Year” honorable mention… here’s the link. This particular edition is highlighting some of Atlanta’s best Artists and there most memorable songs, which got play on “The Show” during 2010. Atlanta’s Solo Emcee of the year, “Boog Brown” will be performing a featured set! Plus, Atlanta’s 2010 Group of the year… “Mighty Network” will be in the house rocking the stage as well! Alongside Boog and The Network there will be other acts performing such as: Adrift Da belle, Methuzulah, IL, The Beat Gods, Journey Brave, Lyric Jones, The HEROES, Loch, PRODUX, and Golden Chyld.

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February 22, 2011

Atlanta’s Indie Scene plans “Father of Hip-Hop Show Fundraiser” for Dj Kool Herc

Zulu Nation and Temple of Hip-Hop Presents:

Father of Hip-Hop Fundraiser

February 26th
Doors @ 9pm

Relapse Theater (West)
200 Permalume Place
ATLANTA , GA 30325
(IN THE OLD WAREHOUSE COMPLEX)

Dj Apple Jac & Dj Mafioso & Dj Locsmif
on the 1′s & 2′s

SPECIAL PRODUCTION SET BY:
Dirty Drums Academy

Hosts

Fort Knox & Dres Tha Beatnik

Performances

Methuzulah
Broady Champs
StaHHr
Stanza
Dres Tha Beatnik
Stacy Epps
Starchile
Slick & Rose

Visual Artists

Goldi Gold, Bobby Penz, Mr. Soul
DTM-Creative Genius, Swade

B-Boy Crews

The Funklordz , HBO , Madclout

FTP Catering & Health Insurance Agent on-site

Venue sponsored by: Madclout

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February 8, 2011

My Brother’s Keeper – Atlanta’s Most Influential 2010 PT.2

Peace, “Party People”!!! Right back at you like we never left. Previously on part 1 to this entry, “Atlanta’s Most Influential” we discussed our favorites for the following categories: Graffiti/Graphic Artist, B-Boy/B-Girl, Dj, Male Emcee,  & Hip-Hop promoter. In this second half, we’ll cover our favorite’s in these following categories : Female Emcee, Producer, Hip-Hop Group, Host, and “Gone but not Forgotten”. In comparison, the people named in this article alongside part 1 are truly the next in line to be mentioned with the likes of moguls such as: Lauren Hill, Queen Latifah, Nas, Outkast, EPMD, Frosty Freeze, Crazy Legs, Grand Wizard Theodore, Dj Scratch, Rakim, Zephyr, Revolt, Lady Pink, DONDI, Fab Five Freddy, Arthur Armstrong, Ray Chandler, The Cassanova’s , Marley Marl, Dj Premier and so on… Let’s get into the winners!

6. ILLASTRATE – HIP-HOP PRODUCER

Corey Presley a.k.a lllastrate Productions is a transplant from Fort Wayne, Indiana: …

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January 19, 2011

My Brother’s Keeper – Atlanta’s Most Influential 2010 PT.1

Ok, Ok, Ok!!! Wildstyle, Breakin’, Graffiti Rock, Beat Street… were just a few to capture the Hip-Hop culture on the “Big Screen” in it’s early stages, but who are Atlanta’s starring crew? I mean who are the people that keep Atlanta’s Indie scene alive from day to day? You know the “go-getters” and “trendsetters” of the different tiers and facets of our beloved local Hip-Hop scene? I decided to put my money and time, where my heart was and honor these people by presenting them with award plaques and throwing a show called “My brother’s Keeper” . Tag teaming w/ the “Temple of Hip-Hop’s” own Minister Server and bringing the legendary “Cold Crush Brothers” for “MBK” show #2. Show #1 was thrown in 2008 at Atlanta’s own Apache cafe. S/O to Unique Squared for sponsoring part of this historical 2010 event… “And the winners are”… Enjoy!!!

MY BROTHER’S KEEPER 2010

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December 16, 2010

Atlanta’s Indie Scene: 10 Women in Hip-Hop You Should Look Out for in 2011 & Beyond (Part 2of2)

In my previous post, inspired by the realization that females in Hip-Hop are under credited, I introduced 5 amazing women who I considered to be in the TopTen of Atlanta’s most influential Women in Hip-Hop. Thank you for all the comments and feedback. Please keep it coming.

And so here now is the conclusion of my list of the 10 Women in Hip-Hop You Should Look Out for in 2011 & Beyond:

6.Taj Anwar-Jackson (Multi-tasker)



Taj Anwar is a model, community organizer, philanthropist, political motivator, Hip-Hop promoter, social commentator, mother & wife. She has worked with the FTP Movement, Mothers of Black/Brown Babies, and Crew Love. Anwar is known to speak on, and challenge the issues of the inner-city community such as police brutality, education and environmental justice. In addition, she is a part of the Think Conscious Collective and a member of the Atlanta Zulu nation chapter. Taj was …