Over the last 12 weeks, nine 12-16 year old students of color (Filipin@, Latin@, and African Americans) mostly from the Central District and the Southend produced two songs, two music videos, and one documentary. The students worked on skills in creative writing, digital recording, audio engineering, video production/editing, performance, networking, and collaboration and learned about the dynamic history of Seattle Hip Hop.

Rap Game 101 Student Showcase happens on May 6 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Filipino Community Center (5740 MLK Way, Seattle, WA 98118). Featuring Suntonio Bandanaz, Jewelz Cipher, King Cobb, Theomatic and more. Open mic and potluck.

Courtesy Photo.
Courtesy Photo. 

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