Yes Hip Hop is dying!!!
We are killing it, and this is as a hole, but we can save hip hop and it would take all of us to change the negativity that exists.
Mass is slowly phasing hip hop out, whereas there is only very little venues to use as a performance platform, we were ask to cancel our hip hop competition by the Police chief of Lowell forcing the venue to side with them or lose their license this tactic is being used throughout the Mass region and it is stopping the venue from making additional business finances that helps there business grow as well as stops the success of independent artist that need outlets to exposure their craft.
This is not the police, the venue owners, or the promoters fault it ours we are the responsible adults that shape our children future in anyway, we make it hard for our self and very easy for them to make such actions justified and we need to stop.
This is some independent artists life, dream, and future that we need to show positive support taking back the ammo that we gave the Assassin
to kill hip hop
this isn't a game it's a business that can change lives and create jobs.
We lost respect for hip hop, when hip hop expressed for us, and now it's for us to respect the business. There are those who are working to save hip hop right here in the Boston area and they need your support and it don't have be funded just respected, and this one is for the promoters; when you come to their party, come to party when you come to support that independent artist come support with respect not just for yourself but for the artist you come to support, all that violence leave it at home.
Come join Supreme Entertainment Network in supporting hip hop in a positive why all forms of hip hop let's not let the Assassin get any more ammo we need to keep it 100 to stop the close out of hip hop.