We Back In Business!!!! The Circa '95 Show - LiVe Sunday Jan. 10 2010

It's going down people... Welcome to 2010 ------------->>>>

MiXTAPE - Craig G - Back In Business Pt. 2 (Mixtape) (1998)

Props to Dotgotit

Guests On The Show Today - 

Hakim Green

Channel Live has been a multi-dimensional force in the music industry for the past 16 years. Front man, Hakim Green of Channel Live, is an artist, manager, A&R consultant, lecturer, educator and visionary. His group Channel Live, was discovered by the legendary KRS-One and debuted in 1994 with the platinum, Hip Hop anthem "Mad Izm," which was followed with the gold-status album “Station Identification.”

Hakim's tree of life in Hip Hop has been a fruitful one. His consulting work with singer Carl Thomas and producer Mike City brought forth the smash hits "I Wish" and "Make it Alright". He served as A&R consultant for the Carl Thomas’ latest LP "So Much Better." His creativity has also taken shape in visual form with the Nas video "Got Yourself a Gun."

Hakim is currently managing artists and is the Director of Artist Relations for the ‘Stop The Violence’ movement recently brought back by KRS-One. ‘Stop The Violence’ is a multi-dimensional movement that has already garnered support of the biggest names in the Hip Hop industry.

Check him out on TwitterMyspace and Facebook

Cekis/Nelson, originally from Santiago belongs to the first generation of post-dictatorship urban artists in Chile and is a pioneer in the Latin American graffiti scene. He is working representing multiculturalism, via the portrait and the exaltation of details of the common man. He is exploring mass cultures and their global effects like the juxtaposing of traditions, trends and customs. In his work he creates a multilayered, multicolored compositions, working with close ups the human body, brands and text. Cekis currently lives in NY and has been part of different exhibitions, group shows and cultural projects. To date, he has had exhibitions at The Rotunda BRIC, Artwalk NY 07-08, Brooklyn Arts Council, BOPA (Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts), The Bronx Museum, and the Lower East Side Printshop. Check out more of his work on his blog and Flickr Page...

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