National Hip-Hop Congress Chapter & UBO MAG Team Up to Share Messages from COVID-19 & Police Brutality Protests

Hip Hop Congress National & UBO MAG are Teaming up to find influencers & beat-writers to speak about their experiences during COVID-10 & Police Brutality Protests. Continue reading National Hip-Hop Congress Chapter & UBO MAG Team Up to Share Messages from COVID-19 & Police Brutality Protests

Hip-Hop and Marcus Garvey

The Marcus Garvey Building Benefit By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Photos By D. Pierre Butler A Northern-CA affair brought Sacramento and East Bay Area hip-hop artists together under two roofs in Oakland, CA. The Marcus Garvey Building AKA Liberty Hall has been threatened by the bank to be pulled from the finger tips of the people. OMY and UBO decided to get the word out … Continue reading Hip-Hop and Marcus Garvey

UNDERGROUNDBEAT PRESENTS “SAVE THE MARCUS GARVEY BUILDING BENEFIT”

OMY-UBO Multi-Media Services FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Aaris A. Schroeder Tel: (916) 519-8196 E-Mail: ubohammer@gmail.com UNDERGROUNDBEAT PRESENTS “SAVE THE MARCUS GARVEY BUILDING BENEFIT” Showcasing Talent from San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento at The New Parish and Air Lounge Oakland, CA – January 11, 2013 – Several Northern CA Hip-Hop and Reggae Acts are to Perform Under Two Roofs; The New Parish and Air Lounge, Sunday, … Continue reading UNDERGROUNDBEAT PRESENTS “SAVE THE MARCUS GARVEY BUILDING BENEFIT”

Add Your Bars to This Song and Hip-Hop Congress Donations Benefit YeleHaiti Foundation

  Hip-Hop Congress is creating a song that already Rahman Jamaal and D Labrie have added hooks to.  You can click the link above to listen and learn how to contribute.  The music will be sold and monies earned go towards Yele Haiti, Wycleff’s Non-Profit that he has created.  This is a fund that was in place before the devastation that has recently occured in … Continue reading Add Your Bars to This Song and Hip-Hop Congress Donations Benefit YeleHaiti Foundation

Rahman Jamaal: Top Rahman Breaks It Down

By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Rahman Jamaal McCreadie, a.k.a. Rahman Jamaal, born ’81, started attending public school in Redwood City, CA where, according to him, having non-descript ethnic qualities was not readily understood by his classmates.  He struggled with an educational system that had no structure and no authority, so when his teacher suggested an expensive yet reputable school in Hillsborough called Nueva, his mother … Continue reading Rahman Jamaal: Top Rahman Breaks It Down

Hip-Hop Meets Sacramento Community

By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Lovers of hip-hop unite.  Hip-Hop Congress; a national and world-wide non-profit organization dedicated to bringing communities together within the ethics of hip-hop, has arrived in Sacramento, CA.  The Sacramento Community Chapter of Hip-Hop Congress brought the musical reign, visual art and the b-boy dance to the Washington Center located in the heart of Downtown Sacramento on 16th and D St.  … Continue reading Hip-Hop Meets Sacramento Community