Posts Tagged ‘Hip Hop’

After a short hiatus from live shows, I’m excited to announce a big show for us next Wednesday at a great venue in NYC.

It’s probably been a while since you’ve been able to catch us live, so why not come show your support as we share the stage with John Robinson, and share the bill w/ The Hangmen for their CD Release Party at DROM. We’ll be debuting some new instrumental music as well as tracks from the forthcoming John Robinson & PVD record available later this year.
Ok, so here’s the details for the show. We need YOU there! Thanks!

PVD & John Robinson LIVE at DROM

June 29th @ 9:30. $10 Cover.

Stick around for Bryan Beninghove’s Hangmen CD Release at 10:30

85 Avenue A, NYC

The Band:

Pat Van Dyke – Drums / Compositions

John Robinson – MC

Rich Polatchek – Trumpet / Percussion

David Stolarz – Keys

Josh David – Bass

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Brooklyn HIP HOP ROOFTOP JAM…

RESPECT TO:

I.D. 4 Windz, C Rayz Walz, Angelz INC., East Koast, Tah Born, Grand Puba, Sadat X, Large Pro, Lord Finesse, Ezact Mind, O.C., AKJ Photography, Yusuf Muhammad, Ayak Famz!, Eagle Nebula, and MORE!

Of course they should! and this is why I wanted to Introduce / RE:introduce you all to my Sistah from another Mistah!!! staHHr is the name and she is DOPE! The Epitome of true Hip Hop Rhyme SKILLS!

MEET staHHr:

Since splash!-Mag started last year, we had a couple of great moments. We did one of our most impressive interviews with Frank Bush and Derrick Harvey aka Frank N Dank. At this year’s splash!-Festival Frank N Dank met John Robinson aka Lil’Sci (from Scienz of Life) for the first time in their life. We filmed their conversation about (the mystery of) J. Dilla and the greatness of the hiphop culture. Get to know three artists, who are not only great when it comes to music…

The Gospel of Hip Hop: The First Instrument, the first book from the I Am Hip Hop imprint set for launch in Spring 2009, is the philosophical masterwork of KRS-One. Set in the format of the Christian Bible, this 600-plus-page opus is a life-guide manual for members of Hip Hop Kulture that combines classic philosophy with faith and practical knowledge for a fascinating, in-depth exploration of Hip Hop as a life path. Known as “The Teacha,” KRS-One developed his unique outlook as a homeless teen in Brooklyn, New York, engaging his philosophy of self-creation to become one of the most respected emcees in Hip Hop history. Respected as Hip Hop’s true steward, KRS-One painstakingly details the development of the culture and the ways in which we, as “Hiphoppas,” can and should preserve its future.

Presented by KRS-One for the Temple of Hip Hop