DJ Goodnight Birthday Bash…A Hip Hop Event…A Black & White Party
On Saturday November 24th Pittsburgh Hip Hop History is going down in Sewickley 1st DJ Goodnight will turn 43, who said Hip Hop is a Young Mans game? Not if you’re running things.
Celebrating 15 years of supporting Pittsburgh Hip-Hop, DJ Goodnight has reached out to all his favorite Pittsburgh Hip Hop Artist for one gigantic show. The second thing will be the release of the DJ Goodnight Radio Show Mixtape dropping Nov. 24th to celebrate The DJ Goodnight Show on WRCT 88.3 FM featuring 2Gzz, P-Vicous, K-Pound, Joey Fattz, Statement Records, Double A-B, Harley Dyse, Human Hustle Ent., Justice Street Poets, Big Lyfe & Fast Money, Sinate Sound, Nesia Beatz, Tay Loc, Young Casino, Bolo, WuLords and Squad Life.
The event is an all ages show that will feature music and fashion with a theme of Black and White. Anyone dressed in black and white will receive $5 off admission at the door. The theme was chosen because we have invited the Center for Race and Gender Equity – YWCA Greater Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh Center on Race and Social Problems to speak and promote the center. Everyone has dealt with racism on one side or another in Pittsburgh and Hip Hop is a culture that is inclusive of everyone and should be used for that reason. Hip Hop is about to turn 40 years old in 2013 from 1973 to 2013. It’s about time we start doing things that are pushing the culture forward. DJ Goodnight has worked with the youth through the CEA Hip Hop Academy and they started the Pittsburgh Hip Hop Coalition to help organize the culture.
Now its time we pay homage to the History or Pittsburgh Hip Hop. We are gonna do that by honoring some of the Fore Fathers in Pittsburgh Hip-Hop with the Pittsburgh Hip Hop Hall of Fame. We will be inducting 15 people into the first class that include. Mista Scrap, Boka, Lee Davis, Black Steel, 2 Brother Deep, Tuffy Tuff, 2GZZ, Nina Ross, Dwayne Muhammad, DJ Goodnight, Brick, 2 Kraze, Dicc Labow, Hollyhood. These people have been consistently doing big things in Pittsburgh Hip Hop for at least 15 years.
We are trying to bring together Pittsburgh Hip Hop history with the present, because a lot of people put in work so that Pittsburgh Hip Hop could be where it is now. For more information please contact DJ Goodnight @ 412 874-4582