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LIVE SHOW at the MMAC MULTI MEDIA ARTS CENTER with BLACK45 Hosted by Medina Blaire with performances by Venomous2000TheUltraEmcee Daniel Joseph Rhymageddon DJ BROWN BUM Piffery Goodz Plat music by: DJ LUCKEE LEFTY showtime 10pm advance tickets 10 door 15 for more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
No Name Society presents their third "Femcee Showcase."
No Name Society presents their first "Femcee Showcase."
Rayn will be the featured guest of the week, and will engage in a live phone interview on air with hosts GhostDawg & Paranoid.
Bio: Armed with a full arsenal of potent lyrics, and a rhyme flow as fast-paced as it is uncompromisingly hard-hitting, emcee and producer Rayn represents a rare and dying breed in the Hip-Hop community – the conscious lyricist. In a music scene overrun by commercialism, conformism, and illusion, ...See Full Bio
“John Forté had been looking for inspiration to finish up a new album. Unfortunately, along came the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf. Rather than let the gushing go on without action (sorry BP), Forté wrote a rap called "Oil on the Shore," put it on Soundcloud, and is asking the Internet to add the second verse. So far, so good. The track has a frantic beat and keyboard loop. Forté throws out lines like "black fish" and "six million ways to die." Sounds about right. "I left the second verse open," Forté says. "There's room to breathe. There's room to be creative. There's room to be heard. "I encourage artists to download the track, write to it, record it and feel that they are included." The Internet community is answering the call. Rappers, amateur and professional, can fill in 16 open bars of the song. Zscribe has added his two cents. So has AcidRayn.”