shirlette-ammons-biopicShirlette Ammons (MC) is a Durham, NC-based poet and musician. Her most recent hip-hop solo debut album, Twilight for Gladys Bentley, is a “re-imaging” of 1920’s blues singer Gladys Bentley, was released in 2013 by Berlin-based record label, Springstoff Records. She is a Cave Canem Fellow and a 2013 recipient of the North Carolina Arts Council’s Artist Fellowship.
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chris-behm-meyer-biopicChristopher “DJ B*Money” Behm-Meyer (DJ) got inspired to climb the risers after watching old DMC battle videos and listening to DJs on the radio. Before long he was fighting those battles himself, DJing on the radio, and appearing in the same series of videos he grew up watching. Radio and battling exposed him to wide range of audiences and helped land him gigs playing at festivals, clubs, and venues throughout the United States while sharing stages with artists such as The Roots, The Pharcyde, Souls of Mischief, and The X-Ecutioners.
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joseph-kirkland-biopicJoseph “Diamond D” Kirkland (Beatmaker) has created an extensive body of discography, including a GRAMMY® Award in 1996 for his production contribution on the Fugees LP “The Score” (which won Best Rap Album) and was nominated a second time for a GRAMMY® Award in 2008 for co-production on Natalie Cole’s cover of Aretha Franklin’s “Day Dreaming”.
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jorge-pabon-biopicJorge “Pop Master Fabel” Pabon (Dancer) was born and raised in NYC’s Spanish Harlem. He is a senior member of the Rock Steady Crew and an honorary member of the Electric Boogaloos. Fabel was also a co-founder of GhettOriginal Productions Inc. and co-author, co-director, and co-choreographer of the first Off-Broadway hip-hop musical ever, titled “Jam on the Groove”. Along with fellow members of the Rhythm Technicians and The Rock Steady Crew, he won the 1991 Bessie Award for choreography.
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