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Day After Derby Car Show with DOPE live performances!!!
For those that APPRECIATE the Boom Bap, OFFICIAL Hip Hop, throw on your Hoodies & Classic Kicks on, and get ready for the FIRST Underground Hip Hop event of 2015 to hit KY!!! Special Performances By: - Termanology - Madd Militia - Unstopable Sound Agency - Manifesto - The Grand Incredible ONE - G2NL Entertainment - Arkangel Entertainment Hosted By Father Jah of Protect Ya Neck Records (Wu-Tang Clan) Doors Open at 7pm, Show Starts at 8pm $10 in Advance, $15 at the Door Ladies FREE Until 9pm
Help us feed our community...physically, spiritually and mentally! Announcing a healthy West Louisville... Announcing free Wi-Fi for all of West Louisville... Announcing West Louisville as Kentucky's premier technological asset! Announcing a new vision.... of HOPE!
-The Official Turn-Up Party hosted by Eliezer Zev aka Ivry -Fri. 10/17/2014 @ Diamond Pub Concert Hall(630 Barret Ave. Louisville, KY) -10pm-4am -DJ Hollywood on the 1s & 2s w/ live performances by: AE Father Jah Torre Ray T. McAfee Eliezer Zev Kidd Carter Knave High Standards -This is a 21 & up event -For more info, contact 502-419-5001
Sounds Like: KRS-One, Wu-Tang Clan, Rakim, Sean Price, Gang Starr
Label: Unstopable Sound Agency
Manager: F. Jassiem Allah
Bio: Wu-Tang affiliate, Father Jah, is an underground Hip Hop artist with grass roots in the Mid West region who has worked with an elite list of artist that include Dead Prez, Nappy Roots, Lil Jon, Cappadonna of Wu-Tang Clan, Dinco D of Leaders of the New School, Field Mob, Kool Daddy Fresh, and King...See Full Bio
It's WACK to cee my friends, brothers, and comrades go at each others throat!!! Our hood heroes need to TIGHTEN IT UP, Indeed!!! WORD!!!
“Father Jah’s latest album is a true testament to what hip hop should really be about in time when creativity is all but dead. Thoughts Of A Modern Day Mastermind is a cohesive body of work that touches on a number of relevant topics including politics, crime, and education all while sticking to a very street oriented existence. A few more albums like this and Father Jah will very soon be mentioned amongst the likes of Lupe Fiasco or Talib Kweli except he should have way more street credibility.”