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Sacramento Hip-Hop Festival on Its Way to Success

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Hip-Hop Congress, Sacramento, CA Chapter First Annual Hip-Hop Awareness Festival

Hip-Hop Congress, Sacramento, CA, Community Chapter to Formally Introduce Themselves to the Community as a Whole With a Three-Day Hip-Hop Awareness Festival, Including a Music Business Panel, DJ and B-Boy/B-Girl Battles, Live Music and Art Performances and so much more.

Sacramento, CA, March 27, 2009 – Hip-Hop Congress, a national and world-wide collective of young people dedicated to preserving, growing and uplifting local hip-hop communities through non-profit efforts brings forth Sacramento’s Community Chapter with a worthwhile three-day festival, starting May 22 with the help of the three co-chairs, Aman ‘Wyzdom’ Smith, Vanessa ‘Lady Vex’ Amaro and Wes Kuruhara.

The project will take a lot of effort as several people will be involved. At this time, the Sacramento Chapter is looking for emcees, DJs, B-Boys and B-Girls as well as spoken word artists and freestylists, artists and independent businesses to participate in this community educational effort.

This three-day event will allow artists, dancers and businesses publicity as the Sacramento Chapter will be marketing this event via radio, TV, publications as well as a strong online presence and street marketing.

Day one will begin with a key-note speaker followed by performances by DJs, spoken word artists and hip-hop dancers from several crews including Floor Raskals [Zulu Nation, affiliated with Hip-Hop Congress]. Artists such as Mic Jordan, Verbal Venom, Cawzlos and Chase, Tribe of Levi, MLS, 241, Skurge, Bueno and more will perform on stage. The second day will begin with a DJ presentation followed by a music business awareness panel ran by Aman Smith and Eric Chun, a professional in creative music services and cultural showcase. The third day will have an open-mic, gritty ciphers as well as booth set-ups for local businesses associated with hip-hop culture.

For additional information on Hip-Hop Congress, Sacramento, CA Community Chapter’s Hip-Hop Awareness Festival and how you can contribute, cover the festival and even sponsor this event; including having your banner, booth and product at this event, please contact Aman ‘Wyzdom’ Smith at (916) 548-8890 or focusdaylee@gmail.com. Media Kits are available via EPK or hardcopy.

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Hip-Hop Awareness Festival is Brought to Sacramento Via Hip-Hop Congress, Sacramento, CA Community Chapter.  -- Photo Courtesy of Hip-Hop COngress and Flyer Created By Aman "Wyzdom" Smith

Hip-Hop Awareness Festival is Brought to Sacramento Via Hip-Hop Congress, Sacramento, CA Community Chapter. -- Photo Courtesy of Hip-Hop COngress and Flyer Created By Aman "Wyzdom" Smith


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