A free three-part panel discussion on Hip Hop’s past, present and future will take on the remaining Tuesdays of May in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
Presented by event coordinators Ezkiel “EZ” Bey and Marlon “Deuce” Rice, in conjunction with the Nights of the Roundtable organization, the panel discussion will feature music industry tastemakers from all backgrounds related to Hip Hop culture, including deejays, producers, independent artists, journalists, marketing executives and community activists. Notables such as Brooklyn’s own DJ Spinna, Hakim Green (activist/artist, formerly of Rap group Channel Live), international club deejay DJ Goldfinger and Martha Diaz, founder of the Hip Hop Education Center are set to appear as panelists within the series. This unique panel will discuss the sociopolitical, historical and economic facets of the culture while examining the past, present and future of the music itself and the music business overall.
The event takes place every Tuesday (24th and 31st) at 6:30pm at Bamboo Lounge and Grill, located at 527 Myrtle Avenue, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. A networking mixer with music will follow each panel discussion.