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WMUC 88.1 DMV LIVE RADIO PRESENTS SUMMER SESSION PART 2 HOSTED BY DJ NATURE BOI THIS WILL BE A PACKED EVENT AT AXUM LOUNGE
Dirt2Gold Presents "Loving The Krew"
Food and Faith Network + Will Rap 4 Food Presents: Fresh Beets Benefit Concert! Saturday, June 15, 2013 | 7pm | $10 Entry Proceeds from the concert will go to funding the Food and Faith Network's work to address food inequality and access issues in the DC area. Advance tickets and donations here. St. Stephens and the Incarnation Episcopal Church 1525 Newton St. NW, Washington, DC 20010 Event Details: The Food and Faith Network Presents the Fresh Beets Benefit Concert: a high-energy intro into how we shape the sustainable food economy through faith-based Fresh Stops. Proceeds from the concert will go to funding the Food and Faith Network's work to address food inequality and access issues in the DC area. Fresh Stops address a multitude of problems all at once. They provide fresh veggies to low-income families, a guaranteed market for new farmers, and creation care education to congregational members. Check out the video to see the Mosaic Church Fresh Stop in action and learn more about how a Fresh Stop functions from Food and Faith founder, Jeremy John. Performances By: •Pro'Verb •Deborah J •Nick Sneed •Michael B Monroe •Britaney Chanel Follow @willrap4foodinc on Twitter for updates. About Food and Faith Network: The Food and Faith Network is a newly-founded Quixote Center program that inspires grassroots (crabgrass!) action for social justice within the church. We believe that the struggle to be like Jesus in building a world more justly loving is worth the gift of our lives. We partner with people with or without faith who believe that we are called to the slow, patient work of building a better world within our local communities.
See artists', advocates', and socialites' hidden talents and performances with a TWIST! Tuesday, May 28, 2013 | Showtime 9pm | $5 Minimum Donation at Door 100% of proceeds benefit Project GiveBack's Oklahoma Disaster Relief Effort. Project Giveback is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax deductable. Donations may also be made online here. Martin's Lounge 1919 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001 Event Details (Excerpt from OnStage DC "Sophisticated Sunday" feature) By Natasha T. Brown I love a sophisticated benefit show that’s unlike anything happening! In the midst of tons of hip-hop shows and live concerts, this event offers a great opportunity to see your favorite indie artists unwind, have fun and showcase a different side of themselves! On Tuesday, May 28, artists will hit the stage for the #WR4OK “Twisted” Improv Oklahoma Disaster Relief Benefit Show to help families adopted by Project GiveBack following the deadly tornado in Oklahoma last week. Will Rap 4 Food, Inc., Project GiveBack and Think Brown INK have planned an interesting show in which recording artists, advocates and socialites will perform their hidden talents. The performers are well-known faces in the region’s entertainment scene, but their hidden talents will not be revealed until the event. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go towards Project GiveBack’s Oklahoma Disaster Relief. Project GiveBack is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax deductable. Donations may also be made online at http://www.projectgiveback.org/donate. Twisted Improv will be a show to remember and unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Expect to laugh, dance, rock out and have fun all for a great cause. I hope to see you there! Special Invited Guests: •Grammy-Nominated Recording Artist Raheem DeVaughn •Recording Artist/Actor Anwan "Big G" Glover •Comedian Red Grant •Recording Artist Phil Adé •Dancer/Choreographer LaTonya Swann, 1st Winner of BET’s Born to Dance •Music By: DJ MIM •Dueling Hosts: Mr. 2Oh2 & Nick Baker •Featuring: Kitchen Cray Kitchen Takeover Demo
G.O.O.D. Music and Temple Hills Skate Palace Present: The Spring Break Black Out Skate Party Hosted by Lightshow and Kidd Cole Music by Ajay Beats Performances by Pro'Verb, Lyriciss, Eli, and A Kid Named Breezy
Sounds Like: Lupe Fiasco, NAS, Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole, Big K.R.I.T.
Bio: Hailing from Southern Maryland, Pro’Verb has garnered recognition for both his lyricism and clever wordplay as well as his charismatic stage presence. Pro’Verb’s lyricism has won him titles such as the 2011 DMV Awards Best Lyricist, Grind Time Now Battle League Champion, and Ultimate Mic Night Ch...See Full Bio
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"10 New DMV Rappers to Watch Out For" Reppin’ the underdog, Pro’Verb is the type of MC you want to see succeed because you relate to that everyday struggle. Most of us can understand what it feels like to have doubters constantly dragging you down, or to be grounded by unforeseen setbacks, and Pro’Verb’s music speaks to all of that. While You’re Waiting is a strong comeback showing, and he flexed on naysayers, regular-dude style with the infectious “Caught You Lookin’.”