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This year Torchligt Academy, Inc. presents the 11th Annual Real Talk Hip Hop Summit showing youth how to use their talents to make their communities better. Take a minute to follow us on Instagram at @RealTalkSummit and Donate to make this event possible at https://www.gofundme.com/realtalksummit

Nguzo Saba Single Release 

The Nguzo Saba are the Seven Principles of Kwanzaa. Growing up, most people in my community had no idea what the Nguzo Saba were and many that did only celebrated them during the 7 days of Kwanzaa. Being introduced to these principles at a young age, I did not always appreciate them the way I do now, but today I realize that the Nguzo Saba are not just meant to be celebrated, but should be lived in our every day lives to enhance our communities.
This song is in honor of the 7 principles that have enhanced my life and I pray that they can do the same for you. Ashe

Nguzo Saba 

Umoja- Unity 
Kujichagulia- Self-Determination 
Ujima- Collective Work and Responsibility 
Ujamaa- Cooperative Economics 
Nia- Purpose 
Kuumba- Creativity 
Imani- Faith

 

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Allah's Apprentice @ Friday Soul Spot

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Third St. Fountain, Third St. And Cherry St., Macon, GA

First Friday Soul Spot sponsored by Macon Bibb Convention and Visitors Bureau and NewTown Macon feat. Allah's Apprentice

Feat. New Single Release "Be Better" Surprise Guests And More!

At the Fountain on Third And Cherry.

Park opens at 6pm Show Starts at 6:30pm

FREE!

RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1721362424794999/?ti=icl

"The Plug" Artist Show and Networking Event

Universal Bar and Grill, 4093 Lankershim Blvd. , North Hollywood, CA

The Elite Presents

“The Plug 2” Artist show-Networking event

Saturday April 30, 2016 10:00 PM To 1:45 AM Located a Universal bar and grill 4093 Lankershim Blvd Northhollywood CA 91602

Live music, Performances, Food, and more

Admission- $10

Mar8

Da Poetry Lounge Open Mic

Greenway Court Theatre, 544 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA

Da Poetry Lounge is a poetry venue at the Greenway Court Theatre, Los Angeles. We have been in operation since 1998.

The ultimate goal of DPL is to create a communal space for people to be heard. We celebrate poetry in all forms, and welcome all those who are courageous enough to share their stories or are willing to support others that do.

Come visit us next Tuesday and be part of what has become the largest weekly open mic in America.

Dream Maker's Open Mic

Back to Edenz Vegetarian Restaurant, 3348 Vineville Ave., Macon, GA

Dream Maker's Open Mic is a platform for new emerging talent to showcase their gifts and hone their skills hosted by independent recording artist's Allah's Apprentice and Sabir at the best vegetarian restaurant in middle Georgia, Back to Edenz. We only ask 3 things: Respect the Mic Keep it Clean Support the Venue Our feature for the night will be: Ryan Jones, Spoken Word Artist from Mercer University Come join us for a night of great performances, great food, and great memories. $5 at the Door

Saviours' Day Concert

Cobo Center, 1 Washington Blvd., Detroit, Michigan

Saviours' Day 1995 copySaviours’ Day is an annual Nation of Islam commemoration of the birth of Master Fard Muhammad, the Great Madhi of the Muslims and the Messiah of the Christians who appeared in North America on July 4, 1930 and declared that the 400 years of bondage Blacks served in America had ended. His coming and declaration fulfills many scriptures; however, perhaps most notable is the fulfillment of the promise God made to Abraham that his descendents would endure bondage in a strange land among a strange people—before God Himself would deliver Abraham’s seed and judge the nation they served. Master Fard Muhammad was born February 26, 1877 in the Holy City of Mecca. He raised and taught the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, who dedicated over 40 years of his life to the resurrection of the mentally, morally, spiritually and economically dead so-called American Negro. Each year he would convene Saviour’s Day and deliver a major address and expound on the divine wisdom given to him by Master Fard Muhammad. After the 1975 departure of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, in September of 1977, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan made the decision to rebuild the work of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and reestablish the Nation of Islam. Under Min. Farrakhan’s leadership, Saviour’s Day returned in 1981 in Chicago. In 1983, the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan changed the spelling of the commemoration from Saviour’s Day, as it had been, to the plural Saviours’ Day. He explained during a message delivered in Gary, Ind., that the change meant that not only was Master Fard Muhammad the Saviour for the Black Man and Woman of America, but that the Muslims in the Nation of Islam had the mission of delivering the word and doing the work of resurrection as “little saviours” for the suffering masses of Blacks in America and suffering people around the world. Thousands now attend the convention, which has grown to include workshops, health screenings, lively discussions, fashion shows and entertainment, social and educational activities for children and families, the Salaam Expo bazaar and closes with a major address delivered by Min. Farrakhan. It is a joyful and spirited occasion that is looked forward to by members of the Nation of Islam and the Black community. IMG_3817Some of Black America’s leading political, social, business sports and entertainment giants have participated in and supported Saviours’ Day conventions. International guests are featured and come to participate in its full schedule of activities. The advent of the Internet has provided another way for people around the globe to enjoy aspects of the convention and access information. Saviours’ Day has most often been held in Chicago, but previous gatherings have also been held in Gary, Ind., Detroit, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Washington, D.C. and an International Saviours’ Day was held in Accra, Ghana in 1994, drawing thousands to the Motherland. This year’s convention is Feb. 18 – 20 at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit, MI, serving as the gathering’s headquarters. Min. Farrakhan will deliver his traditional Saviours’ Day Address Feb. 21, at the Joe Louis Arena, 19 Steve Yzerman Drive. His theme is “Divine Instructions: Commands For 2016.”

Dream Maker's Open Mic

Back to Edenz Vegetarian Restaurant, 3348 Vineville Ave., Macon, GA

Dream Maker's Open Mic is a platform for new emerging talent to showcase their gifts and hone their skills hosted by independent recording artist's Allah's Apprentice and Sabir at the best vegetarian restaurant in middle Georgia, Back to Edenz.

We only ask 3 things:

  1. Respect the Mic
  2. Keep it Clean
  3. Support the Venue

Our feature for the night will be: Ehubb on the Sax

Come join us for a night of great performances, great food, and great memories.

$5 at the Door

Youth Night 2015- Revolt Live

Douglass Theatre, 355 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Macon, GA

Youth Night 2015 presents the "Revolt Live" Kwanzaa Celebration and Talent Showcase in honor of the second principle of Kwanzaa- Kujichagulia which means Self-Determination.

Nguzo Saba Single Release @ Umoja Night

Douglass Theatre, 355 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Macon, GA

Allah's Apprentice releases his new single "Nguzo Saba" in honor of the 7 principles of Kwanzaa at the annual Umoja Night Kwanzaa Celebration in his hometown Macon, GA at the Historic Douglass Theatre.

Notes and Lyrics @ Jazz on the 9

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Salaam Restaurant, 700 W 79th St , Chicago, IL 60620

Allah's Apprentice and DJ Rockwell present "Notes and Lyrics" at Jazz on the 9 Live in Chicago, IL AUG 1st 8pm-10pm @ Salaam Restaurant $10 Cover

Bragg Jam: Floco Torres Big Band

The Mill, 425 Cherry St , Macon, GA

Floco Torres + the best and brightest of Macon music. One night only.

Bragg Jamm: Otis Camp Spotlight

Mount de Sales Academy Zuver Amphitheater, 851 Orange St, Macon, GA

Enjoy performances from members of the 2015 Otis Music Camp. Otis Music Campers experience a high level of music forums conducted by key leaders in the industry. Professional musicians ranging from orchestra conductors and music students from major universities participate as camp counselors. A variety of music industry professionals including vocal coaches and artist development trainers have also participated in workshops. Touring musicians from around the state perform and participate in Q&A sessions. The camp was founded by Karla Redding-Andrews, Executive Director of Otis Redding Foundation and Lisa Love, former director the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2008. During it’s inception, Mrs. Zelma Redding noted, “Educating children through music was a dream of my husband’s,” said Zelma Redding. “This camp’s emphasis on creativity and inspiration is something I think he would have been proud of and it is the kind of program we will continue to foster through our Foundation. Visit http://otisreddingfoundation.org/ for more details.