Common Celebrates Black Excellence During The "African Getdown" With Absolut Elyx

HipHop News Posted on March 9, 2018 at 11:31am

Common Celebrates Black Excellence During The "African Getdown" With Absolut Elyx

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Hollywood hills – "I ask my African brothers and sisters who came to North America, we need all of you in this situation stronger than ever," the Academy/Grammy Award winner is unequivocally known as Common said to an enthusiastic public, private located in a quiet Hollywood Hills community in Elyx Home on the evening of Thursday 8 March.

It was appropriate to comment about one in the afternoon for an "African Getdown" in which the Chicago rap legend asked all the righteous of party goers to come through dressed in your best Patriotic inspired outfits and garments.

The celebration brought Comm Sense last couple of achievements — his Oscar-nominated performance of "Stand Up For Something," the supergroup of August Greene of the release of the album and work on Showtime The Chi — full circle and allowed for the night to really kick off with a bang.

"We need you to contribute artistically, in politics and in political ways; to contribute with their minds towards the liberalisation of the people here, and we will work with you to make sure that every person in the continent can be free," Common continued. After this, the south african artists, DJ Heavy-K, Anatii and DA L. E. S. lights up a room with his melodies, with the upper part of Africa, TV personality, Luthando "Loot Love" Shosha and Ayanda Thabeth also rocking the microphone and present your talent.

With the success of the Black Panther and the rise of Hip Hop talent from the African region of the sub-culture is continually building bridges and breaking down barriers.

"What we want to do is to bring contemporary African creativity to the world, at the time that, potentially, creating collaborations between the AMERICAN artists and producers with African artists," Celebrity Services Africa event organizer Davin Phillips added. "We believe that it is the right time to open a cultural conversation between the two continents".

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