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Download 'hip hop' without borders

After touring several Latin American countries, comes this Sunday at Teatro Royal Center Bogotá International Hip Hop Festival Without Borders, one of the most important events of its kind on this side of the continent.

For this debut in our country, headed by the Habeatat producer, the lineup includes artists from Spain, Venezuela, Dominican Republic and Colombia.

Precisely, one of the most prominent representatives of this musical universe is the Rapsusklei Spanish, also known as the 'Child of the jungle', who has more than 30 productions throughout his career, which began in the early 90.

Social transformation through hip hop music

17 years ago, he wheeling born as did most bands of the 90s, in a garage.

Calatrava, neighborhood located in the municipality of Itagui, saw them emerge as hip hop singers. Now, through its social work, their records and the composition of their fourth album, they are positioned among the most prominent rappers south of the city.

Daniel Herrera, 'Koriotto'; Javier Bohorquez, 'Javier'; and Andres Felipe Martinez, 'Gamboa', all over 30 years old are the ones who give voice to wheeling and dealing.

 

This group of friends, who began recording his songs with an instrumental track and a microphone were the first neighborhood-of which wore clothes ancha- "started making music and singing at home parties".

Rap, music genre belonging to the hip hop culture, is used by many singers as a mechanism of social protest.

However, 'Koriotto' 'Javier and' Gamboa 'ensure that through music can destroy or build, every one who decides which way to turn.

In the street "Boys do not cry" of Rels B. Hear Him!

This weekend is not exclusive to the old school as Kase.O with discus or Rapsusklei raising unknowns about yours. This weekend is also the new promises. One of the most acclaimed of this new cycle, Rels B aka Skinny Flakkk, today launches his new album "Boys do not cry".

The Spaniard MC comes in this work of 12 cuts (9 subjects and 3 skits) with the support of the eternal beatmakerss Buco Itchy & Sounds, who are responsible for the full production of "Boys do not cry". Above them, the canary has Rels Bejo in connection between the archipelagos as well as vocal collaboration with Javier Simon; and Dj Nakad the dishes in a court. The sound is provided by Quiroga in QBox. Several of the issues and we could hear and see in the form of video before the release of today.

50 Cent Didn’t Know How Beef With The Game Started

So apparently, there wasn’t a decade-long beef between 50 Cent and The Game — at least that’s the impression the G-Unit boss gave in an interview with Big Boy on Real 92.3 today (August 25).

50 is asked about hanging out with his rival at Los Angeles’ Ace of Diamonds earlier this month where The Game presented a peace offering.

Now we have 50’s side of what went on that night.

“He came, he kicked it,” he says casually. “I always said I didn’t understand where it came from. He explained it to me.”

Despite past incidents where 50 refused the possibility of befriending The Game again (see his reaction to The Game posing with fellow G-Unit soldier Lloyd Banks), the rap mogul says the beef was never that serious.

Suge Knight Hated Snoop Dogg For Squashing Beef With Biggie & Diddy

Snoop Dogg sat down with SOHH.com for a CRWN interview where he discusses how Suge Knight and Death Row Records turned his back on him when he tried to make peace with Puff Daddy and The Notorious B.I.G.

Snoop’s attempt to make amends was during a time when the Coolaid rapper just had his son and was on his way to being the father of a second child. It was also a time when the East Coast versus West Coast rivalry was heating up, resulting in the deaths of Biggie and Tupac Shakur. “I’m trying to live, y’all niggas trying to die,” the 44-year-old Long Beach rapper says of Death Row‘s scandalous activities that landed Suge Knight behind bars.

Festival 'hip hop' for peace will be held on September 25

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With presentations by national and international artists, guest speakers and cultural activities the festival for Peace Hiphoppas the outdoor theater of the Media Torta be taken on 25 September. attendance of 3,500 people are expected. Some of the renowned singers who will attend are Midras Queen of Bogota, Ras Jahonnan of Cali, Medellin and AFAZ Natural Marrom Fernandez and Venezuelan Akapellah. In addition to these presentations, youth cultural center of the Ayara Family that year and a half were formed as managers of peace, make artistic interpretations.  

Kendrick Lamar, the musical phenomenon of the moment

When the night went to the Grammy Awards ceremony last Monday between sweetened presentations of The Weeknd, Adele, Taylor Swift, Sam Hunt and Carrie Underwood, and endearing, as a tribute to Lionel Richie, present knew that soon there would be a pump, a statement of inconvenient truths: Kendrick Lamar and would go up on stage to sing.

Hip Hop charm outdoor

Bogotá can afford to have one of the most important festivals in Latin America that pay homage to the hip hop culture. And that intention ratified this weekend with the assistance of more than 130,000 people to the number 19, which closed with a flourish with the introduction of US rapper Xzibit.

On this last day national and international dancers 'break dance' for urban dance competition were also presented. The award remained in France, with the presentation of Infamous Crew, who did thrill the audience with his skills on stage.

Women were protagonists in this issue, as one of the most anticipated presentations was to Shadia Mansour, better known as the lady of Arabic hip hop. His music touched nearly 60,000 people who met her appointment last Sunday.

Malena also Dalessio, of Argentina, stepped on stage and began chanting the audience with their songs.

More international artists like the Cuban Rxnde Akozta, Mexican Gera MXM and chilenoargentinos DJ Coco Pharuk & Destroy Bboy engalanaron the festival.

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