December 10th, 2009 by admin
REASONABLE DOUBT THURSDAY & ILLMIND PRODUCTIONS PRESENT:
“WHERE THE MPC BECOMES THE TURNTABLE”
ILLMIND, EASTWOOD, BENAMIN, & CLOUD BEATS
BLAP continues to live by its motto â€œwhere the MPC becomes the turntableâ€ by taking it back and showcasing the man behind this innovative new idea, Illmind! His popular new compilation “Blaps, Rhymes & Life Vol 4″ is also dropping this week, so he will be playing exclusive new jams. Also this week, we’ve got up-and-coming talents Eastwood, Benamin, & Cloud Beats. This is going to be the perfect way to end of such a great year!
BLAP (Beats Love Alcohol Party)
“Where the MPC becomes the Turntable”
Thursday, December 10TH 10PM – 3AM
Forbidden City – 212 Avenue A ( by 13th Street) New York, NY 10009 No Cover/No Dress code
ILLMIND (50 Cent, G-Unit, Redman, & more)
Side Treats by:
DJ Reason (iRT, Nature Sounds)
Jay Jung & Unkle Chip (Elite Camp)
Most beat battles and producer showcases are taylored to industry professionals. But how would a general party crowd respond? B.L.A.P. (Beats Love Alcohol Party) was created to answer that question. Take four producers – a couple of known veterans and a few undiscovered talents, put them in front of a party and tell them to play their beats – its that simple. What separates B.L.A.P. from similar events is its casual nature. There is no stage and patrons are encouraged to dance. For the party goer unaware of the scene it becomes a new experience. For the industry pro, the laid back atmosphere provides a more comfortable arena to network & find their next hit producer. Created by Illmind, the producer for artists like 50 Cent, Redman, & The Jabbawockeez (ABDC’s 1st season champs) who knows who will show up for this event series. Soon enough, everyone will know at B.L.A.P. – the MPC becomes the turntable.
Producers interested in participating in the next BLAP: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.illmind.biz
Brought to you by: Reasonable Doubt Thursdays, Illmind Productions and Guerrilla Words