Come thru fam and show some support! I'll be there. So should some other good wu fam.
TUES JUN 28
Hip-Hop As A Universal Language
Hosted by: Lord Finesse (DITC)
On the 1's and 2's: DJ Magneto/ Livewirez
Visuals by: Karey Maurice/ Red Balloon
Doors: 7:00 PM
Shows: 8:00 PM
KILLAH PRIEST made his first recorded appearances on Wu Tang Clan albums and side projects. He was featured on, “Liquid Swords,” and formed the group Sunz of Man, however his claim to fame came in 1998 with the release of his own album, “Heavy Mental”. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Brownsville, Killah Priest found his passion in hip-hop listening to old-school and new school artists, both famous and local, such as Genius, Onyx’s Suave, Eric B. and Rakim.
JEAN GRAE, African native, was born Tsidi Ibrahim to two jazz musicians who deeply influenced her love for music. Grae attended New York City’s High School of Performing Arts as a vocal major. Recruited by hip-hop artist, Ocean, Grae (then known as What? What?) joined a hip-hop group, Natural Resource, which released the 1997 underground classic, “Negro League Baseball”. In the summer of 2002, Jean Grae released her debut album, “Attack of the Attacking Things”.
CHOIR BOY , 23 from Newark, New Jersey, has had a profound love for music since the third grade. He graduated from Newark’s Performing Arts High School in 2000, which guided him in becoming a well-rounded musician, adept at reading and writing music, and playing the organ, piano, guitar , and various percussion instruments. Choir Boy’s unique genre-crossing style was influenced by artists varying from Paul Simon, Marvin Gaye, and Curtis Mayfield to Jay-Z, Notorious B.I.G, and Dr. Dre.