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Thursday, April 6 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Music Showcase

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Come check out a music showcase with live music! 

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James Jayson

Founder, Signyourself Inc.
James Jayson has a genius marketing mind & brings a wealth of experience  Frist at the bringing of his working career having worked in front of & behind the scenes on some Platinum Music Projects. Having backgrounds in the nightclub business in management and promotion and bringing headliners to different cities. Some of these events helped launch the careers of Mike Jones, Paul Wall, Lil Flip & others, exposing them to the DFW and then the... Read More →

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AV the Great

Poised to officially put the city of Denton, Texas on the map, rising lyricist AV the Great has all the appropriate characteristics to turn himself into a rap luminary: a keen ear for incredible beats, a respect for the craft, an admirable pen game — all the while being cognizant about all the negatives and positives that are going on in the world, as well as in his immediate surrounding environment. #NoFakeHandShakes
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After making his introduction as a sensitive soulful singer, songwriter, producer and musician on his 2005's Above the Water his debut album on his Bornsoulful Entertainment imprint. The Ft. Worth Weekly hailed the Virtuoso as " The Best Hip Hop and R& B Artist " of the year in 2005. Born and raised in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, Nuwamba began his love affair with music while in grade school. It was during this time He truly took note of his... Read More →
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Gas House Smitty

Hip Hop Artist
Ben Smith, Jr. aka Gas House Smitty, the Southeast Denton born and raised rapper, began freestyling at 15 as a pastime.  Being raised by a single mother with a father in prison, at 18, Gas House Smitty learned to put pen to paper to tell his experiences of trying to make it out the hood through wordplay over a tight beat.  After serving three years in prison on drug charges, Gas House Smitty came home with a new passion to grow past the... Read More →

Thursday April 6, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Common Desk - Deep Ellum 2919 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75226