Mark your calendar for this Friday night, as Hip-Hop travels the globe, and transmits live from the The Roxy! The legendary Hollywood venue will be the launch pad, as we take Hip-Hop to the world, live online for all to hear! Tune into The Cyber Mix Tape Show this Friday Night to hear interviews with all the artist, live music, and global Hip-Hop!
INTERNATIONAL HIP HOP SHOWCASE
FEATURING LIVE MUSIC FROM
Bataka Squad : Rah-P :
Okai :Da Negus : Legezzin Fin
and other special guests
On The Rox above The Roxy-9009 W Sunset Blvd
9pm – 2am
$10 at the door
DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH – PAN AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL – OFFICIAL SELECTION ( TRAILER)
Subterranean Network is pleased to invite you to the Los Angeles premiere of DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH: A UGANDAN HIP HOP REVOLUTION at the PAN AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL in Los Angeles. This has been over 2 years in the making for the filmmakers, and a lifetime for the inspiring subjects of the film. The African Hip Hop artists from the film will be flying in for this momentous occasion, so bring your friends and join us for a week of film, music, art and celebration!FILM SCREENINGS & GALLERY SHOWCASE
Thursday, February 14th 3:50 pm
Friday, February 15th 10:45 pm (Photography Showcase 8:30 – 10:30 )
Magic Johnson Theaters
4020 Marlton Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90008
TICKETS available February 1stDIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH: A UGANDAN HIP HOP REVOLUTION
It only takes one voice to raise a nation.
Diamonds in the Rough chronicles the incredible journey of the hip-hop group, the Bataka Squad, who use hip-hop to spread awareness of their countries’ troubles, and to offer positive alternatives for the youth. As narrator of the film, Michael Franti of Spearhead guides us through an incredible journey from the riot-torn streets of Uganda, to the remote villages in the countryside and finally to the concrete jungle of the United States.
Babaluku and Saba Saba are the two remaining members of the Bataka Squad, Uganda’s first major hip hop group to rap in their native language, Luganda. We follow as Silas returns to his homeland to set up a charity foundation for young people living in Uganda’s ghettos, while Saba Saba concentrates on spreading their message to the international hip hop community. On the way we meet a host of other socially conscious hip hop artists from all over the world, that use the microphone as a platform for change.
Hip hop is the voice of a new generation uniting the young people of the world.