Wednesday, December 8, 2010

"Got To Get A Knutt" - The Mid 90's Hip Hop Episode

Celebrate This Holiday Season With A Deadly Dose Of 1990's Hip Hop.
Jaze-Art Remote And Joe Roe Will Be Dropping The Jams That Make you Clap Your Hands And Do The Running Man.

All Night Drink Special:
Beer And Whiskey Deal For Only $5
(Brooklyn Lager & Buffalo Trace-Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey)

Drink Ticket Rewards: Will Be Handed Out To Anyone Busting Out The Humpty Dance, Steve Martin, Roger Rabbit Or Any Other Moves From The Era.

Don't Forget That You Will Also Be Rewarded If You Come Correct And Sport Your Fly Gear From The 90's.

Drink Tickets Rewards Get You A Brooklyn Lager Or Buffalo Trace Whiskey Shot For Only $1.

No Need To Hit Up JC Penny's Or Macy's This Month;
Get Your Holiday Greeting Card Pictures Taken At The Party.
Festive And Joyous Religious Props Will Be Provided.

Sincerely Yours,


Saturday December 11th

East River Bar
97 South 6th Street, Brooklyn
Between Bedford and Berry

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Photo Booth Provided by-
Flyer Art Work by Recs -
Graphic Design by

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

"Summer Classics" at UnionSq. Park

Funktion Productions
"Summer Classics"

July 30th 6pm-10pm
14th Street Union Square Park

JazeArt Remote
Pee Wee
DJ Peace

Hip Hop , House, Funk, Dance Hall, Breaks

Beat Breakers Program at Bronx Academy of Letters

Beat Breakers was a pilot program held after school at Bronx Academy of Letters. For a few weeks this spring, I had the opportunity to help facilitate this program along side Ken Swift. Here's some pics from the final performance in June and a promo video highlighting the experience.

WaAaK Uno
Breaks Kru

Friday, July 16, 2010

"Summer School'n"

For the past four summers I've had the opportunity to work with The Young People's Summer Stock performing arts summer camp held at Garrison Forest in Maryland. The young people are maaad passionate and dedicated to the arts and I won't be surprised when I see some of the YPSS members "make it big". I also have the pleasure of working alongside a talented and respected staff of artist and educators from a wide  spectrum of artistic backgrounds.
I'm usually there about a month teaching Breakin' and Aerosol Art on the daily. On my off time -I train hard, plot my next moves and take advantage of all the beauty that Garrison Forest has to offer. When I leave the camp each year -the kids get ill'r & ill'r..and I leave more inspired. 

Playing my part to properly educate others on Hip Hop culture enables me to share and build with the faaam back home. I've documented some of my experience from this summer at YPSS to give you all some insight to what it is to work with the talented young people at Young People's  Summer Stock. Check out the pictures from the Aerosol AArt Classes and also a few misc. pics from around camp.
P*E*A*C*E & "BWUBNA!!!!"
WaAaK Uno
Breaks Kru