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Rap is A Martial Art – Philippe Prosper

“Hip-hop has a real focus on authenticity, but I hadn’t seen the authentic martial arts combined with hip-hop. As a martial artist coming into hip-hop, I really felt like I was embodying the mantra of rap is a martial art.” – Philippe Prosper

SHAOLIN JAZZ got a chance this week to chop it up with internationally decorated kung-fu artist and rapper, Philippe Prosper, aka Rap is A Martial Art, who’ll be blessing attendees, of this Tuesday’s screening of Big Trouble in Little China, with a live martial arts exhibition consisting of a weapons set and fight scene demonstration.

Interview by Mychal Estrada.  For the full read click: Read the rest of this entry

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Kicks It Downtown DC

Tues (6.6.17) we kick off CAN I KICK IT? outdoors, with @DowntownDCBid for their Downtown Summer Flicks series, at Freedom Plaza starting with Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.  Before the screening grab a drink at CAN I KICK IT?‘s happy hour at Boss Shepherd’s across the street and play free ping pong at Freedom Plaza. Pret A Manger will also serve free popcorn and Zipcar will give away free cushioned seats while supplies last.  The event is free, all ages, and open to the public.  For more info click here.

 

CAN I KICK IT? at Linfield College

If you’re in Oregon we’ll be conducting a special edition of CAN I KICK IT? Linfield College this Sunday at 6PM, featuring Master of the Flying Guillotine.  The event is free and open to the public.  For more info visit www.shaolinjazz.com

CAN I KICK IT? / 4.25 / feat ONG BAK 2

Join us for this month’s CAN I KICK IT? as we screen the cult contemporary classic Ong Bak 2 starring muy Thai star Tony Jaa / Tues. Apr. 25th / @SongByrdDC / 6 – 10 pm / No Cover / Happy Hour Specials / Sounds by @DJ2ToneJones / For info click here.