FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
A True HipHop Experience
InternationalHipHop.com in conjunction with Gallery 69 (Home of Grafitti Art New York) brings you a three day event of break dancing, live music and street artist on June 14th, 15th and 16th in one of New York’s hottest neighborhood, Tribeca. Music will be provided by the legendary DJ Ron G who was recently named BET # 30 Most influential Dj of all time and performances from emerging artist from DC, Philadelphia, and all over the NY/NJ region. Our headliners include Mitch Littlez and TribeNYC, two of the hottest up and coming underground artist in NYC. Gallery 69 will also showcase artwork from some of the pioneer graf writers such as Cope2, Nic707, Lava 1&2 and RD357, Tracey 168, TKid, StayHigh149. Some of our emerging artist we will feature include Sky, Solid and several more aspiring artist.Our goal is to bring back the original positive HipHop culture that influenced gang members into graffiti artists, BBOY’s and MC’s in the late 1970’s. With events like Tribeca Urban Arts Showcase we provide a positive platform for urban artist to show the world that through various projects, programs and events HipHop can be viewed in a positive light.
Zulu Nation outlined the pillars of hip hop culture, to which he coined the terms: MCing, DJing, Bboying and graffiti writing, Since its evolution throughout the South Bronx, hip hop culture has spread to both urban and suburban communities throughout the world. HipHop Music first emerged with Kool Herc and contemporary disc jockeys and imitators creating rhythmic beats by looping breaks on two turntables, more commonly referred to as juggling. This was later accompanied by “rap”, a rhythmic style of chanting or poetry often presented in 16bar measures or time frames, and beatboxing, a vocal technique mainly used to provide percussive elements of music and various technical effects of hip hop DJs. An original form of dancing and particular styles of dress arose among fans of this new music. These elements experienced considerable adaptation and development over the course of the history of the culture. With our current culture living in a digital age, there are vast amounts of resources available for urban artist to gain exposure. Tribeca Urban Arts Showcase wants to bring artist together to help them build up their online presence and have a place to engage with their audience in a prime location through the Urban Arts Showcase in NYC.
Tribeca Urban Arts Showcase is now in its second event produced by Elevated Scott (InternationalHipHop.com) & Steve Cornell (Gallery 69). Current sponsors included Reebok, G-Shock, KidRobot, StaSh Mobile App, The Mobile Spa, Money Banks Clothing, ShlacesNYC, Voga, Do Me A Solid, Long Island City Kleaners,Reflection Dynamiks, Juiced watches, YFLF Clothing and Burkina NYC. Elevated Scott and Steve Cornell bring together two very vast backgrounds in both arts and entertainment with collectively over 30 years of experience in the fields of Arts & Entertainment.Date: June 14th, 15th and 16th (Free 6pm-12pm each day)
Location: Gallery 69 (69 leonard Street, Ny Ny 10013)
Contact: Elevated Scott 6468013143 firstname.lastname@example.org