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Lyrical Opposition, King's Lounge, and House of Slap Radio present Undivided 3: Kingdom Festival, an admission-free concert that focuses on building an art community by bringing diversity and unity to different communities through urban art. Performances: MC Jin Ruby Ibarra SAYLAH Flowz Team Zoe The Delivery Drew Allen Uncommon Culture Ale-Jhay 2ND nature S.V. One (of Lyrical Opposition) RSVP for FREE at http://undivided.splashthat.com Free Event, Donations are welcome. Proceed will be going to the SOLD Project.
TBA, benefit show
first friday show, starts at 8pm
SF Arts Collective / Lyrical Opposition presents UNDIVIDED, an annual event unifying the church body and communities through the arts. Guarantee your admission by registering for your free e-Tickets at http://undivided2014.eventbrite.com/ 6:00pm Networking/Mixer Hour 7:00pm Event Starts Hosted by: Brandon Santiago of Youth Speaks/Brave New Voices DJ Set By: House of Slap's DJ Anointed Performances by: Son the Gifted (GFAM/Gifted For Another Ministry) O.D. (GFAM/Lyrical Opposition) GoodBrutha Nash Quest (SF Arts Collective) Sarah Wallick (Gracepoint/SFSU Koinonia) Improv Jav (Colored Ink/City Life) Alfluent (GFAM/Lyrical Opposition) Garrett Girvan (Project Bayview) Amanda Perez (SF Arts Collective) Ale-Jhay (WF Records) Ambush Gambino/Goon (Godz Squad) Syar Dali (The Mastrs) Cross Allan (GFAM/Lyrical Opposition) Fabian Sandoval Tiagatron (Breakdancing/Popping) More Performers to be announced Eleven:1 Photography by Felix Uribe The End Media by Aris Bran Affliliates: The Recording Academy Grammy 365 Breathe Life Radio SF Arts Collective House of Slap Eleven:1 Photgraphy The End Media New Generation CC City Life Church Gifted For Another Ministry
Thursday, Feb 20th 8:00 pm Mac Walker & The Milk Bar Present ALE-JHAY Not Sure, Not Yet Hot Flash Heat Wave Lush Vibes 21+ up with I.D. DOORS OPEN AT 8PM ALE-JHAY artist Ale-Jhay is far from what you would call a “typical rapper”. Born in Inglewood, CA and raised in the city and surrounding areas, Joseph LaCount Bowman a.k.a. Ale-Jhay has been through many phases of his music career and is still in the works to establish himself as a aspiring artist. Starting off with just a mp3 player and his mother’s dell desktop, Ale-Jhay made mixes and edits of his favorite artists and sold mix cd’s of his mixes at his high school. His hobby, as he called it, was nothing more than passing time; and it wasn;t until his senior year of high school in 2008 when he was accepted into the Cal State University system that he began to take his musical interests seriously. After acquiring the music software Fruity Loops, Ale-Jhay began learning the in’s and out’s of the software by trial and error, working with fellow classmate Jordon P (aka Easy 16, essentially the co-founder of what would become WFNO) and friends he would eventually meet in college to start off his music portfolio. During his freshman year of college, Ale-Jhay linked up with the two man group E-V-A, which was composed of Dedrick “DC” Allen , and Cameron Wilson coming from the Bay Area, and it has been history from 2008 till today. The group E-V-A has a small but supportive fan base locally and internationally, and has performed shows in the Bay Area and So Cal. Aside from his work with his group, Ale-Jhay also works with many other artists, from independent artists such as Ft. Lauderdale’s Jay Burna and Cleveland-born artist Mean to european production companies such as Rhythm Girls who are based in Russia. "Work For No One Incorporated" was founded by Ale-Jhay in late 2009 as a collective group which showcases his work and all of those that he affiliates with; in 2012 "WFNO" became "WF102" along with a new secretive code that is reminiscent of the periodic table. Ale-Jhay is in the works of establishing "WF102" as a permanent independent record label. Not Sure, Not Yet Not Sure. Not Yet is Kenta Tomura, Brendan Dreaper, Emily Barry and Austin Cairns. They released the "Garage Door" EP in early 2013 and are currently recording a full length album. Their songs, sometimes energetic and other times deep jams, cover the in-limbo emotions and experiences that shape the lives of 20-somethings. Being compared to Pavement, Yo La Tengo and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Not Sure. Not Yet weaves its own path through the indie music scene, searching for what everyone is looking for. Hot Flash Heat Wave We are 4 friends who became HOT FLASH HEAT WAVE in order to satisfy our desires for self-expression and booty rockin' Lush Vibes Alternative, Indie, Progressive, Experimental, Baycore
Sounds Like: BlackCloudMc
Label: WF Records (Seeking Investors/Sponsorship)
Manager: Joseph Bowman
Bio: a fusion of soul, 90's hip hop with a dash of lifestyle rap, . In a industry that seems constricted by generic content and repetitive trends ale-jhay brings a fresh perspective on music with his lyrics.
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