INGLEWOOD, CA- On Friday, March 7 come out and enlighten your soul at the Savoy Entertainment Center located at 218 S. La Brea Avenue in Inglewood. Featured poets include Andrew Tyree, Alyesha Wise and Rudy Francisco. There will be a special performance by a musical artist that is yet to be announced, as well as a presentation by paint artist Norton Wisdom. The show starts promptly at 8: 03 p.m. Tickets are $15 and you must be 21 or older to enter the venue. For more information, please call 310-559-1670 or visit flypoet.com.
By Lou Dowdy
What It Do With LUE , back atcha’ this week with the talented hip-hop group, “Hard Hitta Boyz”! Why “Hard Hitta Boyz? It’s because their lyrics go hard!!!
The Hard Hitta Boyz is an American hip hop group that began in the lovely City of Rialto AT Eisenhower High School in 2004. The group consists of rappers “Willie Will”, “K.B.”, and “Kooda B”. In 2005, the group released their first street mix tape entitled “Hard Hitta Boyz Vol. 1”, which helped them gain exposure throughout the school and local neighborhoods.
Landing their first live performance at Club 12th Man located in Moreno Valley, the group performed their hit single “Hyphy” off the first street mix tape. Gaining quick popularity, things began to take off. They began doing more appearances on local internet radio stations and gigs all around Southern California. This talented group has performed with some of the best which include, “Compton Av”, “Joe Moses”, “New Boyz”, “Audio Push”, “Cali Swag District”, “Fabo” of D4L, “West Side Bugg”, and many more.
So now that you know a little more about this awesome group, please take a listen to their music which can be located on Twitter: @HardHittaBoyz and YouTube at HardHittaBoyz. Hard Hitta Boyz will be performing live Friday, March 7 at LUE Productions Late Night Spotlight and Sunday, March 9at Empire Night Club located in Ontario. More information on these two performances can be found on Facebook at www.facebook/lueproductions.com. Once again I say, there’s so much talent in the Inland Empire. Let’s work together to spread the word. Peace and Blessings, until next time!
LOS ANGELES, CA- On the evening of Sunday, March 2, the 86th Annual Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, viewers were thrilled and pleased with the overall presence of the show and felt that the ones who won, truly deserved to win, and of course it brought about a bit of surprise. Lupita Nyoungo won Best Supporting Actor for her role in “12 Years a Slave”. This makes her the 7th African American Woman to win an Oscar. As she accepted her award she stated that, “No matter where you are from, your dreams are valid”.