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Dongan Hills Hip-Hop Festival Featuring Yung Juggz, Trife and Blasky Menace
Make Music New York brings two hip-hop artists to the Dongan Hills Library! Performances will take place outside the library
2:00-2:30 PM - Yung Juggs
His music was debuted on the "Star and Bucwild" morning show where the ever critical Star said, "I like this kid... he's good." From then the music has run constantly and caught the ears of Wendy Williams who also played Yung Juggz's music.
Hip-hop, reggae and R&B in a melodic style coupled with lyricism in its truest form.
4:00 PM - Trife
"TRIFE" whose undemanding style of rapping/production is mixed with a twist of street and pop. Trife's goal is to change the whole look on the music industry and bring something new for the listeners with the help of his promotion team, "TEAM MAJORS." The expression he gives you in each song/ beat shows the love he has for doing music.
6:00-6:45 PM - Blasky Menace
Menace hails from Los Angeles Ca. Inglewood to be exact. He got his first big start in the band DHS and then the east coast sensation Domestic Threat. After the sunset of the DT project Menace decided to branch out on a solo project, and complete the Debut EP Conflict of Interest. His style is a blend of Rock, Pop and Hip Hop. “I look to make music that drives creativity and that pushes the envelope”. I have played over 100 live shows from Los Angeles to New York. I teemed up with A-butta (a local producer with Dark Lion Records) to get a new and fresh sound.