Raekwon w/ Stan Smith, DJ Lonnie B and more

Raekwon w/ Stan Smith, DJ Lonnie B and more

Stan Smith, Lonnie B., Black Liquid, Noah O, Tennison (DJ Harrison + Tennishu)

Tue, July 11, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Broadberry

Richmond, VA

$30 ADV, $35 DOS

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

Corey Woods AKA Raekwon, born January 12, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York) is an African American rapper and a member of the Wu-Tang Clan. Though he isn't as commercial as other Wu-Tang Clan members, he released, in 1995, the album "Only Built For Cuban Linx" that was acclaimed world-wide and is considered as one of the best Wu-Tang solo albums. He is a pioneer of the Mafioso rap concept and sound.
Lonnie B.
Lonnie B.
Black Liquid
Black Liquid
After having released 19 albums, opening for major artists such as DMX, Snoop Dogg, Fabolous, Immortal Technique, Rapper Big Pooh, Doodlebug, Bone Thugs N Harmony, as well as headlining one of the largest venues, The National, in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia several times, Black Liquid is actively creating a platform for himself & others to be heard by doing three FM radio shows a week in the Richmond area, Hip For The Rest Of Us on WRIR 97.3FM; Hip-Hop 101 on WDCE 90.1FM, where he is currently the Hip-Hop Director.

In addition, Black Liquid has cultivated & taught a Hip-Hop Creative Writing curriculum in both public & private schools, as well as, Bon Air Juvenile Detention Center, spoken at the University Of Richmond & Mary Washington University, has been featured in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, printed several times in various publications, & appeared on the CBS 6 news. Currently, he writes & covers Hip-Hop for RVAMAG along with creating & maintaining a live Independent Hip-Hop event series, Face Melt Friday at Strange Matter, which recently celebrated its 25th show.

Black Liquid remains as not only an example of what is possible when effort is multiplied by faith, but a testament to the advantage that is adversity.
Noah O
Noah O
Birthed to Filipino and Sicilian parents, Noah was born and raised in San Francisco, California. He lived in San Francisco until he was in seventh grade, when his family moved to the West End in hopes for a new beginning. “Growing up, we had it good at first,” Noah recalls, “but it was the 1980's. Drugs affected our lives and tore apart our family. Eventually, I was sent to live in Virginia so we could start over.” Instead of letting the troubles of his childhood hinder him, Noah chose to channel his energy into more productive activities, such as writing poetry and reading.

Noah began writing rhymes at the age of fourteen, but it was not until the age of seventeen that he began recording. He credits veteran hip-hop recording artists such as Tupac Shakur, Nas, Jay-Z, Eightball and MJG as his lyrical influences, but he also expresses his appreciation for all of hip-hop. “Basically the whole culture of Hip Hop is the soundtrack for my life, these artists are just a few who come to mind.”

Not content with being only an artist Noah helped found his own company
Charged Up Entertainment LLC and operated a full service recording
studio in Richmond, VA as well as putting together a monthly Hip-Hop
networking event that features MC & Producer battles and performances
from local artists titled "The Rebirth"
Aware of the void in community services Charged Up Ent. along with
sponsors The City of Richmond, Fox television and Clear Channel
broadcasting established a successful community event entitled VyAy
(Virginia Youth are Yearning) Day which aims to curb youth violence,
drug use, and gang activity through the use of performing arts. With an
ear for crafting music everyone can relate to Noah O is poised to carve
his name into history.

*Runner up at Charlotte, NC regional invitation only 2005 Scribble Jam
MC Battle.
Noted for helping bring mc's Eminem & Rhymefest to national attention

*Mentioned in the fall 2007 issue of the national magazine Hip Hop

*"Gwop Getta" featured on industry tastemakers “Tj's Dj's 2008
Tastemakers Only” CD which is credited with finding talent such as
Rick Ross & T-Pain.

*Winner of First Protégé Magazine Stormwatch Showcase in NYC 11/2008

-Mentioned in 3/09 & 8/09 issues of Ozone Magazine

-2011 Style Weekly Top 40 under 40 Award
Venue Information:
The Broadberry
2729 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220