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Strictly Social 3 Year Anniversary

Nu-Soul Magazine & Soul Union are celebrating three years of eclectic soul fusion. This monthly event has seen some of the independent soul community’s biggest names and most talented rising stars while pushing the boundaries of soul music itself. In the last 12 months alone the likes of Yahzarah, Joy Jones, Yolanda Johnson, Afta-1, Nikko Gray, N’Dambi, Shafiq Husayn, Sy Smith, and Mark de Clive-Lowe have appeared at Strictly Social. Always original, always on the cutting edge, Strictly Social has become The place to enjoy the future of soul and beyond in Los Angeles. Be there for this special night of music! Featuring live performances from: The rebirth - introducing their new vocalist Latisha Baskerville. The Rebirth re-emerges in the Los Angeles soul scene with a new vocalist for their Strictly Social debut; Amy Serrata creates progressive soul with a touch of jazz and hip-hop. Amy is currently focused on writing her second album which will feature production by Vishnu from Block Cheddar Productions, Apple Juice Kid, and Ski from Camp Lo; E Reece - the hard penetrating, self-reflective vocals of this MC poignantly illustrate that true school hip hop is alive and well. His music transcends all cultures, and with a love for rhyming that’s deeply rooted in the essence of the genre, it’s going to be hard to stop his star from rising. Their residents DJ Destroyer & DJ Myxzlplix will be spinning a selection of future soul, organic hip-hop, and electronic beats all night.

When Wednesday, August 18, 2010.
Time 9:00 PM-2:00 AM
Price $10
4519 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90029
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