Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Hip Hop for Palestine feat. DAM & Invincible, Tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 9pm

Hip Hop for Palestine is unifying Atlanta's hip hop community in support of Palestine's biggest hip hop crew, Da Arabic MCs (DAM) and their message of resistance. 

For over 10 years, DAM (Suhell, Tamer and Mahmoud) have told their stories of Palestine's plight. DAM's music is a unique fusion of east and west, combining Arabic percussion rhythms, Middle Eastern melodies, and urban hip hop. One of the first groups to rap in Arabic, DAM's song "Min Irhabi" ("Who's the Terrorist") became the anthem for Palestinian resistance both within and beyond their borders.

With resounding support from the hip hop community, Hip Hop for Palestine welcomes Detroit's Invincible, an MC on the forefront of the Palestinian cause & Khaki Mustafa, a socially conscious Palestinian-American hip-hop artist, plus addresses from prominent local activists and appearances by local MCs such as J-Live, Rasheeda Ali, Sa-Roc/Sol Messiah, Ras Kofi, Methuzulah and Khalila Ali.

Find out more about DAM at www.damrap.com.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011
The Loft @ Center Stage - Atlanta
1374 West Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

Doors at 8 pm, Show at 9 pm
Tickets $15

Tickets available online at http://www.ticketalternative.com/Events/16261.aspx

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