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KRS-ONE

OCTOBER 28TH
595 North Event Center

 
 

The long awaited return of HIPHOP legend
straight from The Bronx,
founder of Boogie Down Productions,
"The Blastmaster", "The Teacha" 

KRS-ONE

saturday - october 28th - 9pm
595 north event center

Hosted by Dres Tha Beatnik
Sounds by DJ Mars & Rasta Root

This will be a celebration of all things HIPHOP. From the best DJs spinning the most classic of Hits from the 80s and 90s ... to the Vendor and Art Expo featuring Hiphop inspired artwork by the most talented artist in Atlanta, all capped off by a legendary performance by the "The BlastMaster" "The Teacha" and the Bronx own KRS ONE.

For media & vendor request contact nelson.neill@595north.com


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595 North Ave. NW
Atlanta Ga 30318

 

Near Georgia Tech & the new Mercedes Benz Stadium


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his-story

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Appearing on the rap scene in 1986 as Boogie Down Productions releasing his first hit single “South Bronx” with his late DJ Scott La Rock, KRS “the one” made it clear that Hip Hop was going to have to take itself a lot more seriously than simply being a music genre.
KRS, an acronym for ““Knowledge Reigning Supreme”, has been called the “conscience of Hip Hop” (Rolling Stone), “the greatest live emcee ever” (The Source), the “spokesperson for Hip Hop” (Wall Street Journal), “master teacher” (Zulu Nation) and the “son of Hip Hop” (Kool DJ Herc). With 20 published albums to his credit and his numerous appearances with other artists, KRS-One is believed to have written the most rhymes in Hip Hop’s history. In the 1990s as “hip-hop” grew more and more commercialized and corporate, it was KRS-One that openly rejected such cultural exploitation and materialism grounding Hip Hop in its original principles of peace, love, unity and safely having fun. Teaching everything from self-creation to stopping violence; from vegetarianism to transcendental meditation, from the establishment of Hip Hop Appreciation Week (every third week in May), to establishing Hip Hop as an international culture at the United Nations (2001), KRS-One has single-handedly held the history and original arts of Hip Hop together now for over two decades. 
In addition to lecturing at over 500 universities in the United States and publishing three ground-breaking books; “The Science of Rap” (1995), “Ruminations” (2003), and the Gospel of Hip Hop” (2009), KRS-One has also established the Stop The Violence Movement (1989), influenced the creation of the “West-Coast All-Stars’ anti-gang anthem “We’re All In The Same Gang” (1990), warned the Hip Hop community against giving up their humanity for technological advancement (H. E. A. L.—Human Education Against Lies-1991), and has established the Temple of Hip Hop for the spiritual exploration of Hip Hop’s culture (1996). It was KRS-One who first argued that “rap is something we do; Hip Hop is something we live” and introduced the “I am Hip Hop” philosophy in 1994 which Black Entertainment Television uses as the title of their Hip Hop Lifetime Achievement Award today. Without question, KRS-One has been the loudest voice for the actual preservation and expansion of original Hip Hop worldwide. 
When he is not touring or lecturing, on his so-called “down-time”, KRS-One continues to share his unique knowledge of Hip Hop to younger audiences eager to hear the ‘teacha’ speak. Operating as a kind of “pop-up” school, KRS-One’s Temple of Hip Hop has appeared in various cities in USA also in the UK and Europe offering the more serious student of Hip Hop an effective way to live and understand the culture of Hip Hop more deeply.

KRS One the lyrical legend drops his new 2017 album 'The World Is Mind'. KRS One brings that Boom Bap back, with tracks like; 'Raw BEAT' and the graffiti tribute 'Out for Fame'. In addition KRS One celebrates the South African clique langue on 'Keep It Clicking' and shares ancient wisdom on the title track 'The World Is Mind".

CLICK TO HEAR THE NEW ALBUM


FEATURING

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DJ RASTA ROOT

Rasta Root often says that his method of mixing is simple arithmetic with a touch of soul.  Being able to count bars and execute the most impossible mixes with laser-like precision, is what sets him apart form the other turntable linguists.  His dj technique is a style-less style or a hybrid of turntablism merged with club mixing.

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DJ MARS

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D.R.E.S. tha BEATnik

Host / Master of Ceremony


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FAQ

Q. Is there ample parking?
A. PARKING will be available in our secured parking lots for $10. There will also be 1st come 1st serve FREE street parking. VIP Parking will also be available.

Q. What if it rains?
A. WEATHER will not stop this show, HOPEFULLY.?! This show will go on rain or shine

Q. How do I get there?
A. DIRECTIONS are simple but remember the NW. 595 NORTH AVE NW ATLANTA GA 30318. Downtown near GA Tech & GA Dome

Q. Is there a dresscode?
A. DRESSCODE does not exist, however be ready to enjoy yourself. Come in comfortable shoes & clothing.

Q. Can all ages come?
A. AGES permitted will be 21 & up.

Q. Can I invite my friends?
A. All guest are welcomed as many as you like, heck bring your whole neighborhood, family and friends. NOBODY I mean nobody should miss this show.

Q. Will there be bar service
A. DRINKS, there will be plenty of them of course. Several bars and bartenders will be available.

Q. Will there be Food
A. FOOD will be available while supplies last, or until the fryer burns out.

Q.A. REFUNDS will not be given; this show will happen rain or shine.

ATTITUDES permitted will be POSITIVE ONLY

DISCLAIMER --- WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE KNOWLEDGE GAINED AT THIS SHOW SHOULD IT CAUSE CONSCIOUSNESS OVERLOAD!