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Hip-Hop Congress's fourth annual Spirit of Hip-Hop jam is this Sunday at La Raza Park

7 years ago by Dave Herrera
Once again it's on: This Sunday, Hip-Hop Congress Denver is throwing its annual Spirit of Hip-Hop park jam at La Raza Park at 38th and Navajo. The fourth annual gathering, hosted by Dent, Bianca Mikahn and Larry Love, is free and open to all ages. As always, expect tons of...

As promised, Hip-Hop Congress kept the spirit of hip-hop alive in La Raza park

11 years ago by Rachel Romero
Record high temperatures had nothing on the heat being generated by the b-boys/b-girls, MCs, DJs and graffiti artist gathered at La Raza park yesterday for the Spirit of Hip-Hop Park Jam, hosted by Hip-Hop Congress -- a multi-collegiate college group geared towards bringing hip-hop culture into communities. View a full...

La Casa del Fonk jam and Hip-Hop Congress aim to keep the spirit of hip-hop alive

10 years ago by Dave Herrera
If you were around last summer, you probably remember how big Denver hip-hop heads represented at the Mighty 4 Denver b-boy summit. Cats got down like no other. If you haven't heard, Mighty 4 is taking a break this year, but in its place there's another gathering taking place the...

Hip-Hop Congress keeps The Spirit of Hip-Hop alive this weekend at La Raza park

11 years ago by Dave Herrera
What's that you say? You can't get enough of hip-hop in the park after the Mighty 4 Denver b-boy jam this past weekend? Say no more. We hear ya like you're screaming. Hip-Hop Congress is helping keep the Spirit of Hip-Hop alive in the Mile High City this weekend with...
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Last summer, sketches of various members of the local hip-hop scene — they looked like expertly illustrated police composites — started cropping up as avatars on Facebook, on the pages of everyone from local DJs like Lazy Eyes to local rappers like A.V.I.U.S. The resemblance to these luminaries was uncanny,...

Spirit of Hip-Hop is alive and well in Denver

9 years ago by Dave Herrera
As you can see from the photos below, the spirit of hip-hop is alive and well in the Mile High City. Capping off the big Kingz of the Mountain Weekend, in which folks from various parts of the scene came together as one to produce separate events under the same...

Queenz of Hip Hop Is Bringing Up the Next Generation of Female Artists

5 years ago by Chris Walker
Cindy Cervantes, aka Bgirl Emerge, remembers what it used to feel like to participate in breakdancing battles as a woman. Throughout the 2000s, Cervantes would show up to events around Denver where “it was like one B-girl to sixty B-boys,” she says. “So there's a lot of expectation on you...

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