jaci-clark-biopicJaci Caprice Clark (Beatmaker) captures the spirit of hip-hop in rhythmic measure. Raised a Buckeye who currently resides amongst Wolverines, she currently lives just outside of Detroit, MI where she is a member of 5e’ The Foundation, which celebrates women in hip-hop. She also hosts her own internet radio show “The Soul Studieux”, which heralds over 100,000+ listeners to the station, and is dedicated to stimulating the mind, grooving the body, and uplifting the soul through the arts, education, activism, and music.
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ken-fury-marez-biopicKenneth “Ken Fury” Marez Jr. (Dancer), self-taught dancer and artist, was raised in Pueblo, Colorado and began dancing at age 11. After high school, he moved to NYC to perform in the dance company Full Circle Productions, where he performed theatre pieces. He has trained and learned from some of the originators of Breaking, such as the legendary Wayne Blizz (The Executioners, The NYC Float Committee) and Kwikstep (“Full Circle”) to name a few.
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kane-smego-biopicKane “Novakane” Smego (MC) is a spoken word and hip-hop artist, a National Poetry Slam finalist, and the co-founder and current Artistic Director of the award-winning youth arts non-profit, Sacrificial Poets, based in the Triangle area of North Carolina. He is also an international touring artist, performing and teaching all across the U.S. and in England, Scotland, Germany, Holland, Costa Rica, and Canada.
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juan-g-biopic-thumbnailJuan G (DJ) is a multi-faceted artist—DJ, photojournalist, musician, rights advocate, and event coordinator—who currently resides in Oakland, CA. A self-proclaimed child of hip-hop, he has garnered all of his experiences and research to demonstrate, musically, the far-reaching effect hip-hop has had in African music. As a DJ, he’s been recognized internationally as a championing voice for both old and new popular music coming out of the African continent.
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