Chad Harper (Hip Hop Saves Lives) and Negus World bring you “Let’s Take It Higher” at Carnegie Hall November 3rd, 2013 at 8:30 pm. A Kids Helping Kids Benefit Concert for Clean Water in Haiti. Please repost and retweet or buy tickets for a very good cause to help sell out their concert at CARNEGIE HALL!
This night celebrates hip hop’s African roots and honors the father of hip hop, DJ Kool Herc. He is credited with developing the breakbeat, a percussion solo that originated in indigenous African culture as a way to communicate, worship, and perform ceremonies. Students of the youth program Kids Helping Kids: a Hip Hop Experience open the show. Other performers include Nice and Smooth, a group that embodies hip hop’s culture, a special performance honoring health and birthing rights activist Ruth Lubic, and world roots artists Zing Experience and Brown Rice Family, representing the music that inspired hip hop.
HarlemCondoLife also just received word from Hip Hop Saves Lives that The Associated Press http://www.ap.org/, (arguably the best journalism in the world that was founded in 1846, AKA the Marines of journalism “the first in, the last out”) has just agreed to do a piece on RAKIM AT CARNEGIE HALL!!!!!!!!!!!! Big and exciting news as everyone involved have been working so hard towards this event.
Hip Hop has never looked so good! Tickets available at www.carnegiehall.org. See you there!
For further information on Kids Helping Kids click on LINK.
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They’re back!!! Hip Hop Saves Lives / WAN-LUV informed us that the Brown Rice Family are returning to Red Rooster in Harlem. If you want to check out this winning band of the “WNYC Ultimate Battle of the Boroughs” they will be performing Tuesday, March 19, at 8pm at Red Rooster in Harlem.
WAN-LUV is an Afro-Caribbean event series produced by Hip Hop Saves Lives, Negus World, Cocody Productions and Okai Musik.
Brown Rice Family are a world roots band jamming towards global solidarity and organic happiness. Check out their sound here – available on iTunes.
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WAN-LUV at RED ROOSTER in Harlem featuring BROWN RICE FAMILY this Wednesday, February 6, 2013. They will be performing from 8:00pm until 11:00pm.
WAN-LUV is an Afro-Caribbean event series produced by HIP HOP SAVES LIVES, NEGUS WOLRD, COCODY PRODUCTIONS and OKAI MUSIK.
Brown Rice Family is today’s freshest world roots band jamming towards global solidarity and organic happiness. Guided by a strong belief in the natural flow of things. BRF provides the masses with a distinctively organic World Roots Music, which encompasses reggae, hip-hop, dance hall, afro-beat, jazz stylings, rock, brazilian, Latin, and funk.
See you there!
310 Lenox Ave., at West 125th, New York, New York 10027
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