The King Of Da Crates turns the big 40 and is bringing out a bunch of the golden era legends and tomorrow's superstars to perform live. Also many special invited celebrity guests in the building. It will be a road to the riches so make sure you ante up. STAGE 48 NYC IS THE LOCATION .
3rd Annual Beat*Shot Festival
M-TRI & DJ Leecy T will be at the 5th Annual Rapathon at the Hip Hop Culture Center. 28 hour continuous cypher.
Sounds Like: Gang Starr, Mac Miller, Brother Ali
Manager: 410 EntertainmentBK
Bio: She's the DJ, He's the MC. Two turntables and a microphone. The renaissance of the dynamic duo in hip hop.
According to The Village Voice, M-TRI & DJ Leecy T have the, "energy and style that's made them mainstays of the New York underground." The Source magazine has named DJ Leecy T, one of "...See Full Bio
“New York hip hop and the NY Knicks have an interesting parallel. While we feel NY hip hop is in a “rebuilding phase,” a la the current crop of Knickerbockers, there are many who pine for the days of exciting competitiveness that kept us glued to MSG back in the 1990s. Despite the fact that Ewing remained ringless, for many of our generation, it was the only time being a Knick fan wasn’t laughable. As for hip hop, those who hold New York City dear to their musical heart, can often be heard lamenting the turn that the industry has taken in recent years, and in similar fashion, long for the days of hard, boom-bap hip hop tracks, sprinkled with precise DJ-infused cuts in the chorus, in-your-face lyrics and clever punchlines that make you want to curl up the edge of your mouth in a subtle but glaring half-screwface. “Suicidal Hype Shit” reincarnates that vibe...”