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March 9, 2013

Suits N Mics


Kenyan hip-hop often addresses social issues so the public associates it with rebellion and violence. This makes music lovers avoid concerts which harms the potential livelihood of talented young artistes.

Suits N Mics

Kenyan hip-hop often addresses social issues so the public associates it with rebellion and violence. This makes music lovers avoid concerts which harms the potential livelihood of talented young artistes. Hip-hop has an unpleasant reputation all over the world but most times the gangsters are gentlemen on the inside.
Suits and Mics is a live music experience that is the first step in rebranding the image of Kenyan Hip-hop. The concert aims to show that Gs can be gentlemen and it will repackage and present Kenyan Hip-hop as the complex and enviable art that it truly is. All performances will be backed by live bands to show the mastery of these artistes.
Suits and Mics will be hosted at The Michael Joseph Centre on the 9th of March 2012 and will feature Kenyan Hip-hop Artiste Jemedari as the main act. He will share the stage with guest artistes Checkmate and Pepe Haze. The concert will showcase artistes with different approaches interpretations and talent bases and everything will be in the capable hands and mic of PointBlank Evumbi.
The event will introduce the first of many sessions where hip-hop artistes will be transformed from hustling thugs into smart musical entrepreneurs. They will be equipped with the skills resources and guidelines to empower them. In addition to live performances Suits and Mics will later introduce themed talks by leading investors from key sectors and industries like banking investments music production and even record labels
To be a part of this paradigm shift come by The Michael Joseph Centre from 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. on the 9th of March 2012. Tickets are 300/ and you can get more information by calling the following numbers: 0723 237 869 / 0723 712 507 / 0708 083 798. There is adequate parking and easy access to public transport so bring your posse and be part of this positive Kenyan Hip-hop Revolution