Hip-hop musicians from across the state had the opportunity to showcase their creativity at the Boss Level Hip-Hop Session at the HA Classic Lounge on June 10th.
The purpose of the session was to create a platform for young local artists who love and are interested in this musical genre.
According to organizer Prince Cosa, also known as Don Pressure, the day was a success with many artists from different communities honoring the invitation and performing old and new songs.
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“People came out in droves to support local talent. Some of the artists had never been booked outside their area, so Boss Level gave them the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new environment.”
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Shiwakire Tomo, known as SWA The Last, said he was grateful for the opportunity.
“This platform has inspired young artists like me. This is something that I am proud of as an up-and-coming artist, and it is an opportunity to interact, share music, and interact with the many people who came to support the event. We were able to deepen our relationships and learn from each other,” he said.