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LA 2/6: Quilombo Arte en Resistencia Presents LIVE in LA

 Quilombo Arte en Resistencia Live in LA

Born in Coyoacán, Mexico City in 1978. MC, poet, and panelist with five solo albums released and one book published. Bocafloja is a pioneer of the utilization of hip hop culture as an alternative tool to create awareness and political participation in Mexico and one of the most recognized hip hop icons in Latin America. The artist is both founder and member of the Quilomboarte Collective. Bocafloja currently lives in the United States. HEAR MORE:

“This DJ, he gets down, mixing records while they go round…”
Born in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico; Ethos immigrated to Los Angeles were he made a name for himself by showing commitment and always executing performance with the ethical integrity a true Hip Hop DJ should always have on stage. All this clearly rooted from his early influences of the 90’s “Golden Era” – Before being a part of ‘Quilombo Arte en Resistencia’, he joined the internationally-known Project Blowed, one of the most ground breaking and innovative hip-hop crews based out of LA.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, California,”Jeyd” began painting at an early age and began her Graffiti journey in the early 90’s. She began using spray paint as her focal medium and explored different surfaces and styles of painting. Jeyd has exhibited her work at Self Help Graphics, Crewest, Sparcs, DA Gallery in Pomona, and Meltdown in Los Angeles. SEE MORE:

I am a multi-media artist that resides in Los Angeles. The social and political work I do includes: Being the Artist-in-Residence at Room 13 Foshay, L.A. a student run, and financed, self sustainable,multi-media art studio; Serving as President of MIA (Mujeres Iniciando en las Americas), which is a non-profit organization that builds bridges of understanding and using a restorative justice framework in Guatemala; andcurrently the artist-in-residence, at the new Downtown Los Angeles Youth and Culture Center (DTLAYCC). By sharing my work with the world I hope to bring color and inspiration for people globally, and change the situation in Guatemala. SEE MORE:

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