Usher does a nice cover of Stevie’s “That Girl.”
The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival would not be possible without the help of the hundreds of dedicated volunteers who donate their time, energy and creativity every year to produce the largest music festival in the five boroughs. Volunteers are the public face of Brooklyn Bodega, who work on a wide variety of projects during the Festival. Opportunity awaits at this unique organization!
For all the fans of Little Brother, there’s now something new to check on everyday besides personal Facebook accounts, MySpace pages, and Twitter handles. A website for Little Brother fans is now up and running, for everyone to post their own Little Brother tidbits, share their stories, and interact both with the group and fans of the group worldwide. “The site is a thank you. Come and be a part of the Little Brother experience by posting your stories, pictures, favorite songs, homemade videos put to Little Brother songs, and more. Interact with other fans of Little Brother from across the globe,” says Big Pooh. A Little Brother shopping trip is also available as the site includes new, official LeftBack shirts, GetBack shirts, CDs, and all kinds of Little Brother items. It’s a one-stop shop, or rather one-stop site, for all things Little Brother.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – March 30, 2010
SOUNDSET FESTIVAL 2010
Date: Sunday, May 30, 2010 – Gates at 11:00AM CST
Location: Canterbury Park – Shakopee, MN
General On Sale is Friday, April 2, 2010 at 11:00AM local time
Rhymesayers Entertainment and Rose Presents bring you the third annual Soundset Festival: the official Midwest kick-off of the summer with nine hours of the best independent Hip Hop music in one day. It all goes down at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, MN (rain or shine).
Confirmed artists for Soundset 2010 include: Atmosphere, Method Man & Redman, Brother Ali, Hieroglyphics featuring Del The Funky Homosapien, Souls of Mischief, Casual and Pep Love, P.O.S, Murs, Freeway & Jake One, Eyedea & Abilities, Wiz Khalifa, Cage, DJ Rob Swift, Grieves & Budo, 45 King, People Under The Stairs, BK One, DJ Revolution, Dessa, Yelawolf, Fashawn, Themselves, Busdriver, Toki Wright, Solillaquists of Sound, Prof & Rhazwell, Cecil Otter, Dark Time Sunshine, Ernest Rhodes, A.R.M (M.anifest & Krukid), Mike Dreams, I.B.E, Ice Rod, Plain Ole Bill, Mike 2600, Kid Cut Up, DJ Pratt and DJ Anton. Hosted by Peter Parker, Kevin Beacham and DJ Snuggles.
Another panel discussion on the pitfalls of hip-hop’s co optation by companies that always seek the lowest common denominator to promote.