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Hip Hop Etiquette

By: silvereeb
Posted in: Hip Hop Etiquette
Hip Hop Etiquette

Sometimes I wonder what's really going on in the world, especially in the entertainment industry as it pertains to the "so called" black people. I scratch my at how some rappers talk, what they talk about in their songs, and even their negative behavior that's displayed in videos and public.  As melaninated people, we are far too intelligent and talented to act in a manner that's destructive.  Do you think our rappers need to take hip hop etiquette classes? I'm not calling any names, but you all know who I'm talking about.  Dag, I'm just saying!  


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ABOUT:  The Bridge Hip Hop Summit and Award Show is a multicultural artist development and entertainment platform that brings together all the elements of hip hop (emcee, djs, beatboxers, producers, graffiti artists, and breakdancers) in one space.  The summit consists of three days, which includes panels, interactive workshops, showcases, cyphers, battles, comedy, special guest performances, mixtape performances, the hip hop experience, live radio remotes, interviews, black carpet, and award ceremony. There will be a diverse set of panelists and workshop facilitators attending and participants ranging from A&Rs, publicists, lawyers, legendary emcees, legendary breakdancers, and more.  


The award show component recognizes independents and pays homage to old school and new school artists, leaders, businesses, industry professionals, and hip hop arts talent who have shaped and influenced hip hop culture in a positive way.



VISION:  To provide a positive platform for independents, up and coming young artists, and industry leaders to receive recognition for their contribution to the entertainment and arts industry. 


MISSION:  To bridge the gap between generations, genres of entertainment, independents and celebrities, and hip hop and education.The objective is to provide a forum in which artists and entertainers of all the elements of hip hop can interact through various forums and events conducted during the 3-day weekend.  It is our goal to restore the positive face of hip hop culture and arts through our outlet and secondary function, The Bridge Positive Hip Hop Movement.

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