Honors Class, Hosted by Kile Dat Dude and I Know Brasco
Isis Tha Saviour, Chris Vance, Black Collar Biz, NSFW, Tone301, Lil Raw
435 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, PA, 19123
This event is 21 and over
Isis Tha Saviour
Isis Tha Saviour is an up in coming Lyricist, screen play writer, poet & activist who exploded on Philadelphia's music scene last fall with her critically acclaimed single "Street Chronicles". Since her musical debut she has been nominated for both lyricist & female freshman of the year honors at Philly's 2011 Hip~Hop Music awards!
In an industry overrun with unoriginal ideas and artist near-clones, this South Philadelphia-born emcee only draws inspiration from one source - his life experiences.
Black Collar Biz
Byron “Black Collar Biz” Marshall has grown up to a very diverse array of music from Gospel, Soul, Funk and Blues to Hip Hop and R&B; it molded him into becoming an artist that pushed boundaries and knows no limitations. Biz has built a solid reputation as an MC in his hometown and in some places throughout the state. His music began reaching a wider variety of people when linked up with Will “Kasso” Condry, founder of S.A.G.E. Coalition. In the first quarter of 2012 the two spent a lot of time together creating and producing at the Trenton Atelier, which brought in plenty of press; and in turn which opened up new ears for Biz. By first quarter 2013 he was working with a relatively new band “The Blackout Kings” (Micah Mahon, Brad Fulton, Adam “Kardan” Cook, and Collin Fraytis.) They are from the Trenton/Willingboro area and have been playing for about a year to date, but in June 2013 they joined forces and made history at Art All Night; with what some are calling the most memorable show they have had to date. After all the local success Biz remained humble, and focused on reaching his goals, “One Day at a Time.” as he would say. Daily he is trying to broaden his fan base, all while creating what he hopes will be timeless music that people will love and embrace. He’s an artist who feels he does not have to be a millionaire rapper, “If I can make a teacher’s salary making music, doing what I love, then I am good!” Throughout his journey, Biz has been able to create all those genres of music he grew up listening to. Dropped a decent amount of diverse singles and will continue to do so. Follow as he Conquers his Dream.
I strongly believe songs can change the world due to the fact that a song can effect our moods. If artists could manage to turn frowns into smiles daily while educating with a groove....Our jobs will be considered well done.