Localised: The female MC Party
The Female MC Party is a package with strictly female MC's! Names like Empress, (old school pioneer) Eljay, underground MC's Melod and DLQ as well as Royal Radio's first lady Pay.
Support acts: Nina, Da Queen Serenity
DJ: Sandman, Skids, Adamski. CuttinKaos.
Date: Saturday 17th April 2004.
Location: Triple XXX, Walstraat, Enschede, Holland.
Doors open: 22:00 Hrs. Entrance: 3,-
MAXIM RIP Memorial Jam
Statthaus Böcklerpark in Kreuzberg statt (Berlin), Subwaystation Prinzenstrasse.
Sunday 13th June 2004 from 13:00 Hrs- ? Like last year (2003) this one will be a bombastic Hip Hop Jam. Check the line up and see for your self.
Zulu Holland representatives were there to commemorate the one and only true Godfather of Hip Hop in Berlin: Maxim RIP.
All money will be used to appeal to a higher court against Maxim’s murderer.
The artists all support the course...
Kool Savas and Optik Army, Harris,Bushido, Sido & Die Sekte, Killa Hakan, Fuat and Azra, Bektas and Sirtlan, Kaos Loge, Beat Fabrik, Fumanschu, Basic One 36 and Nas-T, Kasta, Die Letzten, Chanel & Crew, Mister L, Microfon Mafia, Fu-Man-Shu, Taktlos, Scarabeuz & Chablive, Autodidakt, Harris & Sonderrapkomando etc. Graffiti: Kakaoe77, Poet3, Eso, York, Zulu Ben (see pics below) etc..
NOVEMBER IS HIP HOP ANNIVERSARY MONTH!
12,13,14 NOVEMBER: 30 YEARS OF HIP HOP CULTURE! 31 YEARS OF UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION!
Date: Friday 12th November 2004
Adress: Noorderhagen 12
City: Enschede (NL)
Doors: 21:00 Hrs.
Live on stage: SugaCane/ Skiggy Rapz/ Nul7Negen
DJ: The Packsxz/ Lavarock/Adamski/ Notah (DE) Host: Sherlock
Exhibition: George DuBose (USA) Art director/ photographer for Island Records, Cold Chillin’ Records.
About George DuBose
George DuBose didn’t document the early days of the Hip Hop scene, but he created iconic images of the artists that came to be known as “the old school”. As a young photographer, hanging out in the exciting NY punk/new wave scene, DuBose was well known for his documentation of the influential NYC nightclubs, Max’s Kansas City, CBGB’s, the Mudd Club and Studio 54.
Because of his reputation as a creative studio photographer, he was contracted by the seminal Rap label, Prism Records. DuBose’s first encounter with a Hip Hop artist was shooting the cover for Alphonso Ribiero, aka The Tap Dance Kid. This contact with Prism led to his covers for Biz Markie, MC Shan, Big Daddy Kane, The Genius, Roxanne Shanté and Kool G Rap and DJ Polo. Not only did DuBose photograph these creators of Hip Hop, he designed their packaging.
His use of the Gothic typestyle on Biz Markie’s baseball cap led to the popularity of Fractur as a Hip Hop font. DuBose went on to work with other important groups, like XCLAN. The fact that he was born in Morocco and called himself an Ameri-African, helped him break through racial barriers and create the images that helped many groups become famous. Since 1998, he has lived in Cologne and is establishing himself as an international music photographer and designer.