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Label: Illestrated Mindz
Bio: Theodore Tamir Smith (born March 29th 1984 in Madison, WI) better known as K.I.N.G Kronos or DJ Kronos has being Emceeing since 1999. K.I.N.G is an acronym for Knowledge Is Never Given. Kro started perfecting his craft in the class rooms of Madison East High going by the moniker of the Shaolin Wa... See Full BioMore Info
Come out and show love for some underground hip hop! KNOWSHUN PLAY FAIR CYPHER DUKE DAEO KING KRONOS GENTLE J & OPTAGON THE HASH BOYS W/ CDAB SPINNING Thursday Sept 18th at Mr Roberts Bar in Madison WI (Next to the Barrymore) *NO COVER/ 21+*
Your NAACP - All In for Justice and Equality! Become a Branch Member. Voter registration information Free Entertainment. Free Food. Family Fun. Music by Mc C Scott Entertainment includes: Line Dancing lessons and fun with Deb on the hour. Guitarist Bill Breitsprecher Performances by Forever We Shine Records Poets Ingrid Ebeling Ant Da HopeBoy and King Kronos both to close out the afternoon at the 5:15 to 6:00 pm hour!
Madison-based non-profit Urban Community Arts Network (UCAN) announces its free Summer Hip-Hop concert series entitled “Back on the Scene.” UCAN, the organization responsible for The Madison Hip-Hop Awards and a variety of other urban arts events, will hold these live concerts both at area parks and on the capitol square. Each event, made possible by grants from the Madison Arts Commission and Dane Arts (and fiscal receiver, Arts Wisconsin), will allow for a minimum of six performances from the underrepresented local urban artist community, for an approximate total of forty artists for the concert series. UCAN, in collaboration with The Boys and Girls Club Creative and Performing Arts director Greg Doby, will include youth performers in these events as well. As the events take place in public spaces, the concerts are free to attendees of all ages. These events not only showcase the often overlooked urban music genre in Madison but also bring the urban arts community together, provide free entertainment to underserved neighborhoods and provide performance opportunities for artists without creative outlets. Events at 30 On the Square will be held from 5-7pm on Saturdays. Approximately six rappers will perform in this time period as State Street and Capitol Square patrons walk by. As this performance space can only be booked three weeks in advance, dates will be announced as they are scheduled.
Join the community in celebrating 25 years of Juneteenth in Madison! There will be food and live music all day. Catch some hot Hip-Hop from 4-6pm. Tef Man Scribe a.k.a. Marlon Anderson Ant Da HopeBoy K.I.N.G Kronos Caliph Muab-El Hosted by Rob Dz Bring your family! To participate in the parade, meet at Fountain of Life church at 10am. We will march together to Penn Park.
Make Music Madison is an annual one-day citywide, free, outdoor music festival to be held on the Summer Solstice, June 21. The goal is to generate a continuous wall of music as people walk around participating spaces. Music is whatever live sound an individual or group wishes to produce, and whatever the hosting space accepts. The festival will be inclusionary in terms of genres, ethnicities, styles of music, skill levels of musicians, and in the use of public and private spaces throughout our community. There now are over 700 communities around the world celebrating the Summer Solstice with a music festival.
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