The Underground Garden: Universal Freestyle


 

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Pick your region, This was blasting out of windows and cars every summer in the 80’s. Period. “It’s a really unique form of music.” It’s street music, it’s urban — it’s almost like uptempo R&B.” Per Armand Van Helden.

Tonight! At the Milky Way in JP DJ Nomadik’s UNIVERSAL Thursday returns!

This ongoing open mic has themed este Cinco de Mayo The Freestyle Edition! “80s vs 90s Latin freestyle edition. We taking it back!”

Hosted by Essex a/k/a Anthony Schofield, all types of talent are invited to the stage and mic. Sign-up for the limited spots begin at 9:30 p.m. and everybody has a chance to win tickets to Red Bull Academy’s Festival’s Freestyle Concert in New York featuring Freestyle pioneer producers and DJs Jellybean Benitez and Louie Vega with performances by vocal divas Shannon, Lisa Lisa, Judy Torres and others on Friday, May 13th!

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Per tradition, once everyone has expressed themselves on the mic, everyone gets to express themselves on the dancefloor! DJ Nomadik and myself will be playing Freestyle music all night! I’m too excited to get these beats on the tables!

“Freestyle was mostly vocals, and a few [more instrumental] tracks. For me, when I look at songs that stand in years, songs with vocals stand out because you can sing along. It goes back to that primal thing.” Those who know, Love! Let’s sing and dance our hearts pure!

You’re invited to the Milky Way at La Bella Luna, 258 Amory Street, JP Tonight! This is a 21+ event and cover is $7. Poets, MCs, singers, dancers, FREESTYLE HEADS, Lovers, everybody welcomed!

THE BEAUTIFUL LOVE: On Thursday, June 2nd at 9 p.m., join Nomadik, Soulkore and Prince Lovers at the Purple Boston Prince Tribute. Rest in Power.

We’re looking forward to it all!

 

Liza Zayas is a lover of writing and dancing and celebrates both as a singer and songwriter performing as Luna del Flor. You can hear her collaborative sounds and experience life through her storytelling. She invites you to dance. Her poetry seeks to initiate dialogue by intentionally expressing consequences of love, lust, ego and self-respect.