On Wednesday, October 20 hip-hop lovers in Philadelphia will be treated to a female-dominated rap concert at the City Winery (990 Filbert Street). Two of the industry’s trending female MCs: Ché Noir and Sa-Roc, will perform live.
The ladies have invited Uptown X.O. – who is actively promoting his 2021 album Culture Over Corporate Volume 3, to open the show.
Tuesday, October 19th is the 13 year anniversary of Toca Tuesday, a hip-hop event that is held in New York City. The organizers are inviting everyone to come out and celebrate this milestone with them at the Chelsea Music Hall (407 West 15th Street) in New York.
Legendary hip-hop MC Pharoahe Monch will be performing live, and DJ Red Alert will be supporting resident deejay Tony Touch. For tickets and additional information click here.
LL Cool J, the founder of the hip-hop brand Rock The Bells, is taking the imprint to the One Music Festival this weekend. With the support of Sprite, they will have a stage that is to feature live performances from Big Boi, Too $hort, Big K.R.I.T., Curren$y, Tokyo Jetz, Childish Major, GRIP, Rexx Life Raj, Fendi P, Domani, Indiana Rome and Najii Person.
One Music Festival, which is Southeast’s largest progressive urban music fest, will take place at the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia. Click here for tickets.
The 56th Super Bowl, which will be played on February 13, 2022 at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, will have an all-star lineup for the halftime show.
The organizers have announced that they have confirmed the following artists: Dr. Dre, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg.
One of BET’s most popular show from the 1990s and 2000s, Rap City, has returned to the airwaves. The first episode for the new season went live on Tuesday, October 5th at 8PM EST with host Big Tigger at the helms.
The hour long special featured hip-hop heavy weights Fat Joe, Jermaine Dupri, Jeezy and others. Hip-hop lovers should check their local listings to find out when the show will broadcast in their city.
The organizers of the highly anticipated annual hip-hop summit, Revolt, have announced that it will be returning to Atlanta, Georgia (787 Windsor Street SW) on November 11th through 13th, 2021. This year’s curators are Offset and Killer Mike.
The 3-day in-person event will include keynote discussions and master classes (from notable talents), interactive workshops, competitions and more.
Just in: On Sunday, the 17th of October, hip-hop giants Big Daddy Kane and KRS One will go head-to-head in a rap battle on the popular music show Verzuz. The event will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York; and it will also stream live online via the usual platforms.
Persons wanting to attend the show in NYC are being encouraged to purchase tickets on SeatGeek.