Power 99 brings a new hip-hop movement to Philly

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In an effort to help promote Philadelphia’s home-grown hip-hop scene, radio station Power 99 has introduced The Movement, a program designed as a platform for local artists. Their Underground Summer Series will feature 13 local artist performances, all taking place live in the station’s performance studio over the course of the 13 weeks of summer.

The next installment of the Summer Series will feature Writtenhouse and is set to take place on Wednesday, July 6th from 5:00-5:30 p.m. at the Power 99 Performance Theatre. You can RSVP to attend the event here; it will also be streaming live here.

The next two performances are listed below, a full calendar can be found here.

July 13th: Hezekiah, 5:00-5:30 p.m. at the Power 99 Performance Theatre

July 27th: Young Savage, 5:00-5:30 p.m. at the Power 99 Performance Theatre

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  1. Colleen Begley

    Are you interested in allowing a cool local non-profit group send a couple volunteers and a merchandising or informational table to any events?  Usually, it is a mutually beneficial relationship. Philly NORML (National Organization for Reformation of Marijuana Laws), as well as, Pennsylvanians for Medical Marijuana and/or NJ NORML and the Coalition for Medical Marijuana of NJ-www.cmmnj.org all would love to work with you.  Send me an email directly to cibegley@verizon.net if you are available cross-promoting with your local pothead non-profit organizations. -colleen begley

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