The Wakai Project Event: "Exploring the Hip-Hop Movement"

Date
January 24, 2004
Time
5:00 p.m. open
Venue
Super Deluxe in Roppongi (Access)
Admission
2,000 yen with 1d/ person
1,500 yen with a student I.D.
E-mail:
kyle@tuj.ac.jp (Kyle Cleveland)

Hip-hop is a worldwide cultural phenomenon, changing the ways people approach art, music, fashion and politics. The Wakai Project brings together artists, writers, and producers to explore the many aspects of hip-hop's creative potential. Featuring a panel discussion examining hip-hop's place in youth culture, a documentary film about the life of an underground rapper in NYC, a dance contest, fashion show and live music.

For more information, please visit The Wakai Project website at http://www.wakai.info.


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