Whenever we do SHAOLIN JAZZ events in New York, its always love and our Sweet Nancy NYC Listening Party was no different. And despite us not having done an event in New York in a min, and some rain, the community (as in people walking in not knowing what was even taking place, but intrigued by our SHAOLIN JAZZ sign) in addition to family and friends – showed up making our listening party the kind of experience that we envisioned.
Thank you to Basquiat’s Bottle for hosting and all of your generosity, thank you to all of the artists who exhibited works giving our event that extra layer, much appreciated to everyone who attended, and props to everyone who helped spread the word.
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And to further celebrate the release of our new Sweet Nancy from Shaolin album we thought it only fitting to release a series of commemorative designs starting with “Sweet Nancy – Red.”
To customize and purchase this design click here.
And if you’ll be attending our NYC Listening Party/Art Exhibition today in Brooklyn we’ll have this T-Shirt for your buying pleasure.
Last week’s DC Listening Party for our Sweet Nancy from Shaolin album was the perfect mix of friends and family. Thanks to everyone who attended, all of our media partners, and props to Diet Starts Monday for hosting.
“Sweet Nancy from Shaolin” is here and is one of our strongest and most sound albums to date. Nothing but gems for your soul and more. To listen and download click here.
Check out “Save Me Nancy” the first single from our forthcoming SHAOLIN JAZZ album “Sweet Nancy from Shaolin” which drops tomorrow. Stay tuned…
A quick reminder that our next project Nancy Meet Ghost, drops this Tues. May 8th and, if you’re in New York, our NYC Listening Party is next Thurs. at Basquiat’s Bottle from 6 – till. For info click here.
As we get closer to the official release of our “Sweet Nancy from Shaolin” full length project we felt it was only right to drop the album cover (designed by Late Night Genius).
Stay tuned for the release on Tues. May 8th, be sure listen to the first two singles “Save Me Nancy” and “Waitin’ for Firewater” and we hope you can make our DC (5.2.18 at Diet Starts Monday) and NYC (5.10.18 at Basquiat’s Bottle) listening parties.
The next installment in our Hip-Hop Happy Hour series sees us paying tribute to one of our favorite Wu-Tang and rap artists, period, GHOSTFACE KILLAH. This Wednesday July 2nd, at Lounge of 3 (1013 Ust St NW), 5pm-9pm, specialty cocktail “Camay,” DJ 2-Tone Jones will ONLY spin GHOSTFACE darts. To RSVP click here and to check out the other flyers and posters click Read the rest of this entry
When Amy (GM) told me that her mission was to return the magazine to it’s rightful place as “The Bible of Hip-Hop Music, Culture, & Politics,” I thought, well, “that’s way easier said than done,” but if you know Amy then you also know her focus, drive, and passion for executing is damn near unmatched.
I’ve been steady following (purchasing – mind you) the book since she’s taken on her new role and each issue has been impressive. Each one brings a good balance, content wise, for Hip-Hop’s younger and older generation and is this issue follows suit. From features such as the piece on Lyor Cohen and Ghostface, to the breakdown on Lil Wayne’s “Young Money” imprint, a mini feature on DC’s Wale, to even a 2 parter on underground (depending on who you talk to) MC Immortal Technique’s burgeoning orphange in Afghanistan – there’s entertainment and education.
If you’re sleeping wake up because The Source is back…