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Raye 6 Performs Tonight at Bam Cafe Live and Afterparty at Subrosa

   BAMcafé Live The outré glam yet soulful electro-pop of this beguiling songwriter and vocalist combines lush production and dance floor-ready beats. Fresh from a performance at Central Park’s Summerstage and collaborations with artists like M-1 of Dead Prez, Ghostface Killah, and Joe Budden, Raye 6 takes the stage at BAMcafé with an eclectic set […]

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Soul in the Horn Tonight Celebrate the Life of DJ Madsol

  Friday! Bringin you vibes n culture w/ @lvizual @itsseanc n @madsoldesar  on the decks while @chiara.fasi and @kenyattabeasley bring their artistry to the @subrosanyc stage with a special live performance.. all celebrating the album release of @jessicacaremoor ‘s newest output.. Come rock with us! 🎷🎺💃🏼🎶💜‪#‎SouLinTheHorN‬ ‪#‎NoCover‬ ‪#‎fridaynights‬ ‪#‎nyc‬ ‪#‎djs‬ ‪#‎livemusic‬ ‪#‎poetryinmotion‬ ‪#‎musicislove‬ ‪#‎subrosa‬ ‪#‎DProsper‬ […]

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DProsper & Flying Lotus – Elephant Ride

There are 500,000 African elephants in existence. Upwards of 25,000 of those elephants are being killed per year. The idea for the song Elephant Ride was to enlighten people on human rights and digital rights while the visual animation component deals with anti-poaching for animal rights.” -DProsper DProsper & Flying Lotus – Elephant Ride from […]

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ATOM MONSANITY! (A Short Film) By DProsper

MONSANITY is a “mod-western” Anti- GMO silent-story with telepathic subtitles that mixes a cult-noir filmmaking style with metaphysical rebel music, spiritually leading the audience through dimensions of time & space. [youtube_sc url=”Go8LuUL-q7M” width=”782″ height=”440″ modestbranding=”1″ fs=”1″ iv_load_policy=”3″ rel=”0″ hd=”1″] WWW.MONSANITY.COM *** A TALE OF MODERN MONSANITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY. ***DECEMBER 25TH 2014 A.D ALL […]

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‘Children of ATOM’ by DProsper

[youtube_sc url=”b89JayuXQ1o” width=”782″ height=”440″ fs=”1″ iv_load_policy=”3″ rel=”0″]   DProsper first came to fame in 1994 as one of the youngest spoken-word artists to compete at the National Poetry Slam. His interest in prose ignited a love for hip-hop, so he moved from his home in Providence, Rhode Island, to New York City to pursue a […]

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