The Demise of Hyphy Discussed Tonight at Ear Hustle
Our recent article, The Demise of Hyphy, almost meant that SF skateboard legend Mike Carroll had to change his mini Pinscher's name. It also got a lot of Bay Area hip-hop heads concerned about their dread-shaking, short-bus-driving movement. Learn more about the crisis surrounding our number-one music commodity tonight at Ear Hustle, where our contributor who penned the story, Eric K. Arnold, serves as a guest speaker on the topic of Hyphy's decline. Think of it as a Hyphy town hall meeting. Click 'More' for the press release. -- ASD Staff Report
Lyricist Lounge and 11th Parallel Worldwide
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Join us this month, as we welcome journalist Eric K. Arnold, writer of "The Demise of Hyphy" article highlighted in last month's SF Weekly newspaper. Be a part of one of the Bay Area's most controversial issues. Has KMEL destroyed the Hyphy movement's chance to become a real force in the Music Industry?
Join the conversation, agree, disagree, ask questions and hear answers from the dude behind the research...Eric K. Arnold
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Date: Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
Venue: Nickies, 460 Haight St., SF, CA 94117
DJ: Ant Marshall (Lyricist Lounge)
Host: Tania Cee (11th Parallel) and Ant Marshall
RSVP: Earhustlesf@gmail.com or going.com/earhustlesf
Ear Hustle is a once a month hustle dedicated to the development and progression of the Bay Area Independent Music Industry. Join the conversation of where the Bay's music scene is headed. Meet people that make it happen and learn what it takes to survive in one of the hardest industries in entertainment...
Supported by: Definitive Studios, ABB Records, The Culprits, Traxxpad, Distortion 2 Static, OM Hip Hop, Eidos, True Skool, Angel Magik, Hip-Hop.com, Bump, Hella Records, Buzz Worthy PR, San Jose Digi Print, Connoisseur 533, Fusicology and SFSU's MRI Program.
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