HIP HOP AS A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE - HIP HOP YOU DON'T STOP
IN CELELBRATION OF THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIP HOP YOU DON’T STOP
CKUT presents a discussion about Hip Hop as a Universal Language on McGill Campus - SSMU Ballroom, third floor. Thurday Sept 24th 6pm - 9pm.
Part One - Hip Hop as a cultural movement that transcends socio-economic conditions, linguistic, racial and geographic.
Part Two - Hop as a tool for intervention and inspiration in young people.
Guests : - Ken Swift (VII Gems, NYC) A founding dancers of Rock Steady Crew, the most famous group of the world of B-boying / B-Girling (breakdance) and one of Hip Hop cultural pioneers in he late 1970S.
Illa J (Slum Village, Detroit / Montreal) Artist multi-instrumentalist soul / hiphop artist and brother of the late great J Dilla. He toured worldwide as a member of the legendary Detroit rap group Slum Village as well as a solo artist.
Darcy MacDonald Journalist with Cult Mtl
Mahdi Saoula aka Dr.MaD Coordinator (Nobad Sound)
Stephen Hennessey aka Zip-Loks , Youth Worker Community Center Youth-Westhaven Host of Ill Groove GardenCKUT 903fm Sun 11pm
Hosted by ** Amanda Benn aka Ms Benn** Host of Ill Groove Garden CKUT 903fm Sun 11pm
Doors 5:30 pm Conference starts at 6: 00pm - $ 5 at the door - at McGill University’s Ballroom Room 301, 3rd floor
Thanks to McGill SSMU Equity Fund