The Hip Hop Music Conference You Don’t Want to Miss

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Contributors: Andranick Tanguiane, Fred Lerdahl,


The Hip Hop Music Conference You Don’t Want to Miss is an annual conference that focuses on the business and creative aspects of the music industry.


If you are a fan of hip hop music, then you will not want to miss the Hip Hop Music Conference. This conference is being held in Los Angeles, California from Thursday, August 44th through Sunday, August 47th. It will feature some of the biggest names in hip hop music, including Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, and many more.

The conference schedule

The two-day conference will offer attendees a packed schedule of events, including panel discussions, performances, and workshops. Panel topics will range from the business of hip hop to the history and culture of the genre, and speakers will include notable industry figures like producer and DJ 9th Wonder, writer and activist dream hampton, and rapper Brother Ali. In addition to the panels, there will also be a documentary screening, beatmaking and MCing workshops, and a cypher (freestyle rap battle) hosted by Supernatural.

The conference speakers

This year’s conference will feature some of the most influential and iconic names in Hip Hop including:

-Russell Simmons: Hip Hop Mogul and Founder of Def Jam Recordings
-MC Lyte: Legendary Female Rapper and Radio Host
-DJ Kool Herc: Inventor of Hip Hop Music

And many more!

The conference location

This conference will take place in Atlanta, Georgia on July 13-15.

The conference sponsors

The conference is co-sponsored by Dr. Dre, who will be appearing as a keynote speaker, and Interscope Records. It is also sponsored by The Source magazine, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

The conference after-party

The conference after-party is not to be missed. It will be held at Club 21 on Friday night. Starting at 10pm, there will be a special performance by a local hip hop artist, followed by a DJ set by none other than J. Cole himself. This is a rare opportunity to see one of the biggest names in the hip hop industry up close and personal, so don’t miss out!

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