“Hip Hop is life. It gives me the ability to tell my story, share my pain, my joy, my everything. It allows me to shed light on things that people wouldn’t normally pay attention to in ways that they wouldn’t normally see it from. It’s my outlet to my stress, fears, accomplishments, desires, etc. I don’t know how else to describe it.” Put beautifully by BZ.
Kauaiʻs Poetry Slam a New Open-Mic Series, Featured at HA Cafe in Lihue, HI Will Open The Doors March 9 at 5-PM.
ʻEND FR8 Project Film Premiere Boasted To Be The Next West-Coast ʻStyle Warsʻ
Sacramento, CA, Feb 15, 2018 — Independent Graffiti-Art Film, “END FR8 Project” Will Premiere March 10, For The First Time at The Historical Colonial Theatre in Oak Park; a Sub-Division of Downtown Sacramento, Showcasing Many of The Great And Late Graffiti Writers Since The ʻ90s to The Modern Era.
What Happened to Timothy Rhyme? World Travel and Hip-Hop Love By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief If you have been living … More
Art Hotel: Local Art Community Comes Together For Final Hurrah Before Demolition Story & Photos By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief … More
ArtIsMobilUs A Creative Mobile Community Experience By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Felix, a mixed media visual artist, photographer and exhibitionist … More
Mahtie Bush came to UBO Mag first to project what he saw as Sacramento enforcement, venues and more hating on local music being played in Sacramento in any way. UBO was first to interview Bush.