A Great Day In Twin Cities Hip-Hop Documentary March 4th @ Historic Society Center
Something Positive we can look forward to this Weekend.
This is the first of many Documentaries for Twin Cities Hip-Hop Scene.
In 2010 Producer & Independent Journalist Ralph L. Crowder III created a documentary film about the “Great Day in Twin Cities Hip Hop” photo shoot organized by Dj Stage One. The gathering was a reflection of important achievements and affirmation.
A wide group attended with various experiences in the Twin Cities Hip Hop community. Every city has a unique story with many layers known and unknown.
Minneapolis and Saint Paul have been in the National and International spotlight with the Hip Hop Art community as the forecaster of the coming unstable weather.
This important documentary is a time capsule and inroads into a rare look of black youth cultural expression prior to the 2020 George Floyd uprising.
There will be refreshments, live music, and a panel discussion with local hip-hop legends after the screening of the “A Great Day in Twin Cities Hip Hop” Documentary.
This event is free, but registration is required. [email protected]
Check out link with the promo interview with Glo Pesci was recorded for the upcoming March 4th 2023 documentary screening at the Minnesota History Center’s 3M Auditorium in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
GET YOUR POPCORN READY!!
The Stage is set and ready for the most explosive and informative Hip-Hop Documentary the Twin Cities has ever seen.
This marks the 50th Year Anniversary of Hip-Hop in the Twin Cities. This a Documentary about the Twin Cities Culture of Hip-Hop
If you are a part of the Hip-Hop Culture or followed and enjoyed the elements that help create the entire culture in the Twin Cities, please feel free to attend this historic event. Also, following the documentary there will be a Hip-Hop panel discussion.
This will be a platform for everyone to discuss and learn more from the people who helped build a culture that has reached heights no one has imagine. We hope to see everyone as the journey, reflection and untold legacies are told for all to see and hear.
Sat., Mar 4, 2023, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Minnesota History Center345 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102