Hip Hop For The People's Health And Wellness Summit

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Hip Hop For The People's Health And Wellness Summit

Join us for our 100% free Health and Wellness Summit ft. Inspectah Deck from the Wu-Tang Clan, Freestyle contest and services for the people

By Hip Hop For The People

When and where

Date and time

June 25 · 6pm - June 26 · 12am PDT


The New Parish 1743 San Pablo Avenue Oakland, CA 94612

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About this event

  • 6 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Get ready for a groundbreaking event –

Hip Hop For The People's Health and Wellness Summit, featuring the legendary Inspectah Deck from the iconic Wu-Tang Clan!

We got World Class Party DJ, the one and only DJ Lex, orchestrating the music for this free, one-of-a-kind show that is set to revolutionize community resilience by elevating local healthcare organizations, celebrating local artists, and fostering fun and connection within our community.

Witness the transformative power of Hip Hop as it unites communities and empowers individuals to take charge of their health and wellness. This summit will showcase the vibrant talent of local artists while providing a platform for healthcare organizations to connect with the people they serve.

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Local Artists:

DJ Lex

Dj Lex is best known for his role as the Dj for the legendary group Souls of Mischief and has been actively involved in the Hip Hop community for over 25 years. He has performed in numerous countries and throughout the united states. Dj. Lex also has started Wax Trippin, the source for independent music. Check out the website www.waxtrippin.com in 2022 Dj.

Imerald Brown

Imerald Brown is a multifaceted and complex artist. Her lyricism reflects past life experiences, themes of societal struggle, love and relationships and personal growth. Imerald Brown started off writing poetry, then melodic songs. Eventually, Imerald Brown created raps. Imerald Brown doesn't settle for one outlet for creating. Even writing a self-help book, a published poetry collection, skits, and monologues. Imerald Brown has traveled to follow her dreams, embarking on a journey through Los Angeles which sparked the inspiration for material in her first bo

Do D.A.T.

Hailing from the land of scrapers, hyphy music, and the Raiders in Oakland, California, Golden Age Society has carefully blended lyrical dexterity and hip hop alchemy since 2009. Veteran wordsmith Do D.A.T. holds no punches and spits venom on stage in the form of witty, versatile poetry, while the wizard known as MaliciousLee crafts spellbinding melodies and percussions that could puncture a soul. The duo combines the infamous east coast boom bap sound with the legendary West Coast style to create in a word: dopeness. Golden Age Society (aka GAS) has worked alongside Hip Hop legends: Aceyalone, Dan the Automator, Del The Funky Homosapien, Zion I and even comedian extraordinaire Dave Chappelle, to name a few.

Freestyle Contest

Information about the freestyle contest is coming soon. If interested, go to www.hiphopforthepeople.org and subscribe to our newsletter for registration information. We'll be emailing our community about the opportunity soon.

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