The film "From Gangs to Gardens" will be screening at the DENVER HIPHOP GREEN DINNER- APRIL 3rd FIRST FRIDAY @REDLINE ARTS, downtown Denver 24th Arapaho ST. This Intergenerational art show with art from Thomas "Detour" Evans, and Herman Futrell. Food catered by Watercourse Foods and Art of Glo, along with Going Green Living Bling's class of 2015 students. Live performances by Asheru, and Dj Cavem and Alkemia's DENVER premier of Culinary Concerts with Environmental HIPHOP Culinary performance workshop, Community discussion and panel and MORE. This is a Free event with giveaways, ALL AGES organic food, DOOR AT 6:pm - 9:pm follow and tag @ietef #ECOHIPHOP #HIPHOPISGREEN #DJCAVEM please register at this link for plate count. http://poagp.com/register
Festival is from 12p-8pm Check back for time to Asheru performance.
04.09.14 Washington, DC: Head-Roc @ Kennedy Center-Millennium Stage. Panelist for "The State of the U: The Effects of Gentrification on DC Hip-Hop" w/ Asheru, Raquel Brown, Brent "Munch" Joseph, DJ Stylus, Toni Blackmon, Marc Powers, Omrao Brown, Victoria Murry. 2700 F Street NW DC. 8p-10pm.
Radio Interview 12AM
Sounds Like: Common, Black Thought, Talib Kweli, Asheru
Label: Guerilla Arts Ink, LLC
Manager: Gabriel Benn
Bio: Asheru is a hip hop artist, educator, and youth activist. He is widely known for his collaboration with Blue Black to form the Unspoken Heard, releasing the critically acclaimed album, "Soon Come" in 2001, and its followup, "48 Months" in 2003. Asheru has since released several 12" singles, and ...See Full Bio
: Honored to be hosted This weekend at Lehigh University! Keynote and workshop, things kick off at 12… https://t.co/D9uNal9gAH