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03.06.14 Washington, DC: Head-Roc @ Capitol Hilton. NATIONAL ORGANIZERS WORKSHOP opening Ceremony. Hosted by The AFL-CIO Organizing Institute. 1001 16th St. NW, Washington, DC. 1pm.
12.13.14 Washington, DC: Head-Roc presents "Chocolate City Rocks" @ Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage: La Orilla. Hosted by Risikat Okedeyi (LSP). 6pm. Visit www.chocolatecityrocks.com for more info.
12.06.14 Washington, DC: Head-Roc w/ DJ Eskimo @ Indiana University of Pennsylvania's Kwanzaa Program. Hub Building-Ohio Room. also performing Ewabo! 5pm.
12.04.14 Washington, DC: Head-Roc @ Charles Sumner Museum. American Anthropological Association EPC Special Community Offsite Event: Politics and the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. w/ Michelle Parkerson, educator, poet and filmmaker, Wayson Jones, spoken word artist, musician and painter, Christopher Prince, actor, singer, songwriter, and poet, Anu Yadav, actor, playwright and activist. The evening will be facilitated by Caleen Jennings (American U) and Gina Ulysse (Wesleyan U). 1201 17th St. NW DC. 4:30-6:15pm.
11.23.14 Washington, DC: Head-Roc presents Chocolate City Rocks: Black Rock Star Super Hero Music Street Jam. Performances by DJ Eskimo, Cristopolis, Tamara Wellons, Krayola, A.R.K. (formerly The Package of Infinite Loop), J. Scienide, Violet Marley, and more! 14th Street @ Randolph Street NW DC. Noon - 4pm.
Sounds Like: Dead Prez, Immortal Technique, Common, Mos Def Official, Lupe Fiasco
Manager: Chocolate City Rocks Management Group
Bio: Head-Roc is a recording artist, multimedia producer, and publisher from Washington, DC with more than 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry. During the span of his career, Head-Roc has received numerous awards for his exceptional lyrical ability, unprecedented song writing and live...See Full Bio
“11. “Save Our People” — Head Roc, feat. Ne’a Posey “Reminiscent of Curtis Mayfield 60s-era soul anthems in all the best ways, Head Roc’s dissection of racism, police violence and economic inequality of 21st century America rings true. Ne’a Posey’s lyrical singing adds bittersweet beauty to this otherwise stinging indictment.” Mark Andersen of Positive Force DC http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/reliable-source/wp/2014/12/12/mix-the-news-the-protest-playlist/”