Inside the Ethnic Studies Studio...Featuring Aceyalone, JNaturaL, and Fredo

September 14, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Hemenway #204 Add to Calendar

This presentation will feature Aceyalone, one of Los Angeles’ most respected and prolific hip hop artists. As a solo artist and a member of Freestyle Fellowship, Haiku D’Etat, the A-Team and the Project Blowed Collective (which emerged from the pioneering open mic based in LA’s Good Life Café), Aceyalone has always been at the forefront of the west coast indie hip hop movement.

The presentation also features another member of the Project Blowed record label, JNaturaL, a Filipina American emcee and vocalist who has released several solo music projects. The presentation also includes Filipino American rapper, Fredo Algebra, a veteran of the battle rap scene (appearing numerous time on the popular Grind Time Battle Circuit) and a member of the Union City, CA hip hop trio Great Muta. Each of the artists will discuss their lives, artistic production and their various projects.

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This event is free and open to the public.

Event Sponsor
Department of Ethnic Studies, Ethnic Studies Student Association (ESSA), KTUH’s Got Rice? Show, Mānoa Campus

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