Hip Hop Ya Don't Stop

By Evie Lavers - February 18, 2015

Whilst researching digital content I stumbled across this quote from Cut Chemist on his upcoming Renegades of Rhythm 
tour with Cut Chemist...

“I’ve always tried to tell people that hip-hop isn't one type of music; it's all kinds of music and how it's presented. The music made you think while it made you move."

And it did do just that. It made me think how much I surround myself with hip hop. Not just the music either.Though I'm not attending many local hip hop events on a weekly basis, streaming fresh exclusives or reading Rappers biographies on a daily basis (like I once was), Hip hop is still a very big part of my life! At this point and time this is how hip hop is influencing my life through my job at Boomtick Events…

Philly Blunt’s (Ambar Resident, Chief at Force Majeure, The Bootleg Blog) re-work of Danny Brown’s Dip I have used to promote the upcoming gigs he's playing in our venues! One being this Friday as he supports TWRK! More deets here: http://goo.gl/LKw3tQ

Rob Lake’s launches a new local hip hop event on Wednesday 25 Feb called Mom’s Spaghetti at Flyrite! Giving local MC's, Vocalists, DJ's and producers a chance to have crack performing live to a home grown local audience. Support WA Hip Hop and head along!
Deets here:http://goo.gl/D6gH6d

Paul Deej is well known for his illustrations in P-Town, many can be found as the cover art for hip hop artist's including Draft, Mr.Grevis and the late Hunter (RIP Homie) along with a heap of other SBX crew. This beautiful piece below (painted in the Ambar Alley) is up for grabs now by uploading a pic from Ambar Nightclub on Instagram with #AmbarNightclub  

Lastly the Reneged of Rhythm Tour which is less than a month away! Perth fans are in for a once-in-a-lifetime experience when turntablists supreme, DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist, celebrate the legacy of hip-hop vanguard and Universal Zulu Nation founder, Afrika Bambaataa. This vinyl-only tour will see the two maestros utilize 6 decks and real-time effects to honour Bambaataa’s influence on hip-hop’s beginnings through handpicked selections, all taken from his original and highly influential record collection. More Deets Here:http://tickets.oztix.com.au/?Event=47848 


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