Swizz Beatz, Barcadi, And The Dean Collective Holding ANY type of COMMISSION: Miami 2017

HipHop News Posted on December 17, 2017 at 6:31am

Swizz Beatz, Barcadi, And The Dean Collective Holding ANY type of COMMISSION: Miami 2017

A flawless platform for up-and-coming artists. Alicia Keys, Michael B. Jordan and Leikeli47 were there.

Miami, FL – this past Art Basel gave testimony of some of the amazing events and Barcadi, Swizz Beatz, and The Dean of the Collection of ANY COMMISSION was no exception. Three days later, on the art and the music extravaganza went down at Soho Studios in Wynwood, and includes tons of star power, ranging from the Grammy Award-winning Voice judge Alicia Keys, Creed star Michael B. Jordan, former NBA star Amar'e Stoudemire, Kanye West's creative visionary Virgil Abloh, Major Lazer's Jillionaire and the famous Hip-Hop photographer Jonathan Mannion.

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But what is more important is the glitz of the event was only secondary to give up-and-coming talent a platform to shine. All the artists were given exhibition space free of charge and were able to retain 100 percent of all the profits of his work, he earned.

"It is amazing to celebrate our two years of anniversaries ... in these two years, we have given back nearly three million dollars to the artists pockets. A lot of artists that has been with us has gone on to do incredible amazing things," Swizz said while still taking into account that many often return to participate in

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