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Pass the Torch
Live Music

Pass the Torch

All Urban Hip Hop
Thursday January 17th, 2019 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
@ The Jazz Cafe in London
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  • 18+

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  • Casual

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  • 8:00pm

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Description

Continuing a relationship with Ty that goes back 20 years, we are excited to invite the multi award winning MC back to the Jazz Cafe to curate a brand new night that showcases the best talent from the world of UK hip hop. Pass The Torch will provide unprecedented access to a host of new, emerging and already existing artists and DJs that Ty has hand picked to be experienced first hand.

Line up:

Chester P
Lewis Parker
Artcha (club FRSHRZ )
ISATTA SHERIFF (Pinch Of Salt Records)
Gee Bag
Fontzerelli (NU AGE NUBIAN)
K9 (Level Entertainment)
Eneeks (Tokyo Dawn Records)
BREIS (Student Of Life)
ENNY
STANZA DIVAN
LLOYD LUTHER
Psykhomantus (VisionBombing)
Mr Higgs & Mr Parker

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The Jazz Cafe

5 Parkway

Camden

London, , NW1 7PG

United Kingdom

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