Recap of NikkiSiixx.com event iScream Sundays on 02/24/13. Featuring The Walking Dead Episode on all flat-screens and wall projector. Live Performances by Glocky Davis, Gill Graff, Unheard Of, JKillahCash, and Brenton Brown. Every Sunday at The Goose Lounge 3008 Grand Avenue FREE SHOW 21+ Ladies Drink Free 10PM-1AM
Soul Cypher 2013 – FREE to the public. 3 Days of Cyphers, Battles, Expos and more! This is the DEFINITIVE hip-hop jam at the University of Florida, bringing together the elements of the culture for one weekend!
Experience hip-hop like you’ve never experienced it before. This is definitely the event you will not want to miss!
We will be collecting any and all donations throughout the event to the All The Way Live Foundation – a non-profit organization that focuses on youth empowerment through dance!
For vending and sponsorships, contact email@example.com
Pre-registration information can be filled out HERE
If you pre-register you MUST confirm with Soul Cypher registration staff the day of the event.
Registration is open til the event begins!
HOTEL: PARAMOUNT PLAZA – A 10 minute (or less) drive to all Soul Cypher locations.
You can get 20% for 1 or 2 nights OR 25% off your stay for 3 nights.
VENUE: Thelma A. Boltin Center
ADDRESS: 516 NE 2nd Ave Gainesville, FL 32601
Battles begin at 5:30 PM.
– 2 vs 2 Bboy Battles
– Emcee Olympics
– 7-To-Smoke Invitational
Tung Fu (MF Kidz Orlando, Fl)
Tunes (Hybrid Tribe/ Fresh Creative Killers Orlando, Fl)
Jolty (Backyard Funk Orlando, Fl)
Spindian (Droppin Science/Blow Up Kingz Miami, Fl)
Vex (Sonz of Shaolin Gainesville, Fl)
Eagle (Catalyst Miami Miami, Fl)
Oath (Scribes of Warfare Orlando, Fl)
Tuiz (Scholars of Exile Pensacola, Fl)
Morning event: Poppin’ Lockin’ and Breakin’ Workshops
ADDRESS: IndepenDANCE Studio
7050 SW Archer Rd
Gainesville, FL 32608
-Workshops are $10 each. (EXCEPT DIZZY/LEGO = $20)
-All bboy workshops or all popping workshops = $25 package
LEGO & DIZZY – 11-1
DIDO – 11-12
JR BOOGALOO – 12:15-1:15
AQUABOOGY – 1:30-3
VENUE: J. Wayne Reitz Union – Rion Ballroom
ADDRESS: 66 Museum Rd Gainesville, Fl
Floor opens at 5:00 PM.
-Crew vs Crew Battles
(Max of 8 per crew)
– 2 vs 2 Popping Battle
-EXHIBITION: UF Beatbox
VENUE: Plaza of the Americas
Address: 1545 W. University Ave. Gainesville, Fl
Floor opens at 12:00 PM
-Panel Discussion: Leadership and Activism in the Hip-Hop Community
LOCATION: Reitz Union 2nd Floor Rm. 287
12:00 – 1:30 PM
-Cyphers, Cyphers, Cyphers and more Cyphers
-Return of the Bboy-Que
-Graff Expo: We will have a 3 sided wall set up, BRING YOUR OWN PAINT.
Check out the recap footage of BLOGFEST 2012 shot by @EddieBmusician
Event Presented by NikkiSiixx from NikkiSiixx.com
Sponsors: Womazing.com, iBlog126.com, JojosBlock.com, ConflictRhymes.com, AnalogeHype.com, LMBYG.com, and DaBottom.com.
Performances: @sketchthekid @U_R_ChrisMorris @ArtMorera @BTFL_Struggle @itsRelB
& Check out this dope freestyle that was caught by one of our sponsors Conflict Rhymes for “F.A.D.E.D. Freestylin All Day Every Day”
Check out GramoFunk’s recap of their event at The Native Florida Tap Room. You check out some really dope performances, me painting live, and so much more. Watch the recap & follow everyone below for updates!
Gramofunk 12.1.12 at Native Florida Tap Room.
Follow: @DjDiscourse @NikkiSiixx @WillieHoward954 @FaynMusic @ozmr28grams @ArtMorera @Mista_H_ @theBenchWarmers @Brian_Breach @TheReal_J5 @SPK_Beatz @LazareStJames @Jumar1987 @Directorars @LMBYG http://LMBYG.com
I’ll never forget the day I got the call from my partner. It was early in the week, and I asked what we were going to do next. He mentioned possibly driving from Orlando to Atlanta for a hip-hop festival. I’d heard of music festivals before, but what he was suggesting was nearly a dream. Three days of all the dopeness of hip-hop? We were on the phone and hopped on line and did the research together.
It was early October, 2010. We decided days before the festival was to begin that we would make the drive. Plans were made, and hotel and tickets were purchased. We paid $25 for three day passes and there were over 200 acts scheduled to perform. Our plan was to network and spread the word about our artist, all while soaking in as much hip-hop as we could stand over the short time we were going to be there.
I decided to connect with other festival goers via Twitter to jumpstart the networking. I’m here to tell you I met most of these people and some of them have proved to be some of the most incredible folks I’ve met thus far in my lifetime. Real connections were made with real people, and the music was just incredible. As a fan, this is the ultimate experience to get up close and personal with some of your favorite artists as they roam through the venue without security and celebratory hoopla that generally surrounds them. As an aspiring *insert music professional title of your choice,* the same holds true. Get to Atlanta and jumpstart it all.
This year will be my third year attending and every year, I go on Twitter rants about why folks should be there. This year, I figured if I made a short list and shared it along with my personal story, I’d reach a few more people.
Here goes nothing:
– This year, the festival has expanded and will host six stages and will have over 300 artists performing throughout the city of Atlanta during the three days.
– 2 Wu-Tang members have been confirmed.
– As the festival is in Atlanta, the recent announcement of a Dungeon Family performance is pretty freaking epic.
– A extremely diverse pool of independent artists from all over the world is filling out the bill.
– All of this is happening, and you still won’t pay $100 at the door for the three day pass.
Aspiring artists, producers, journalists, publicists, promoters, etc. This part is for you:
– Come network with people who are or have been in your shoes.
– Potentially meet your future clients.
– Establish your identity in the industry.
– Gain new fans by sharing your story.
– See some of your inspirational mentors up close and personal.
9th Wonder was on hand for a question and answer session, debuted his documentary, then set the festival all the way off with his entire Jamla Records family and special guests tearing down the stage.
I hope I’ve inspired you to check the festival out. If you’re too far away to make it this year, though it is still more than a month away… plan for next year. If you’re attending, I’d love to meet you. Find me and tell me your story.
For more information about A3C visit the official website: www.a3cfestival.com
Learn more about the artists and specific shows via Facebook
Click the picture for tickets.
Artists, its not to late to submit for your chance to perform. Click here.
See you there!
Check out my recap footage from 08/04/12 Bars And Beats. This time around we brought you our open mic where artists spit freestyles/writ-ens and a Beat Battle. 8 producers competed PeterJay, Jammah, Mindlabs, Ayentee, Produced by Pr1me, Frantz Mza, Mr. Nixon, and DJ TR3S. Congratulations to Ayentee! The winner will receive 4 hour recording session at SAE International SSL Room with mixing/mastering by Alphabeat Head Instructor from SAE. During the process I’ll be recording an interview with the winner. Stay connected and subscribe to NikkiSiixx.com for updates on upcoming Bars And Beats Events!
Check out the recap footage from ArtMoreraTV regarding the Dunkxchange at Passion’s Hardrock cafe. Art Morera, Mercy, Bishop, and others opened up for Maybach Music’s own Stalley. I’ve personally never been to a DXC before and it was amazing. The concept for everyone to bring in their Dunks and Jordan’s to either Trade, Sell, or Buy. The age range went from 8 year olds to their late 40’s. I’ve never seen so many shoes in my life! Pretty impressive. I also had the opportunity to meet Stalley.
Check out the footage that I caught at Club Eve on February 24, 2012. Action Bronson live. Opening acts Rob Regis, The Vagabonds, A1PHANUM3R1C5, Saheed, and last but not least Action Bronson. His set was amazing! Right at the end it was just raw crowd reaction. We were all bumpin’ and vibing to that track.
Hey guys! Hope you didn’t forget my party back February 25th for NETWERK. The event was created after my compilation mixtape NETWERK. 5 Lucky Artist were given a chance to rock the stage at Club Eve. The videos were brought to us by the artist. I wasn’t able to get any footage of my own. Can’t wait to the next NETWERK, VOL SEVEN.
–PeterJay & IMAGERI
Check out live performances from Bonus, American Poet, No Emotion, Dashius Clay, Blokaholics, and REVVV at Club EVE. At the end of the night I was able to get the glowstick necklace ReVVV through into the crowd. It was a great night!
Bars and Beats Presents Knowledge Medina x Numonics Mixtape Release Party NEVER ENOUGH. Open Mic and Producer Showcase Held Every First Saturday, Every Month. We had Chize, Silenthand Ent, Ayentee, Knowledge Medina, Numonics, Venessa Renee, and Shoutouts from Gill Graff and BONUS.
Check out my recap footage of the Joe Budden and Royce Da 5’9 at Club Eve on January 21, 2012. The show was brought to us by Major Event Marketing and Red Rabbit. I also captured Art Morera’s performance. It was a crazy, dope show! I was able to meet them both after 😀
This is my recap footage from FUSION LIVE in January. I was able to capture a few performances by Neopopsicle, iRep D-League, and Phresh James. Also caught gear from DaBottom Clothing. The event was brought to us by MoveToMarz.com, AshleyOutrageous.com, and MommyWarbucks.com.