Last week had to be one of the worst weeks in Toronto Hip Hop history. Not only did we lose radio station CKLN which had great shows like Droppin Dimes and Mixtape Massacre. Our only Hip Hop station Flow 93.5 switched ownership and then we lost some of the most influential radio shows like OTA Live and Real Frequency. Even the two reggae shows got the axe. This is not good for our community, I’ve seen people tweeting and facebooking and writing their 2 cents about this problem. Well Manifesto has organized a Town Hall meeting to get everyone together to talk about this.
What Just Happened?
No Radio Means One Less BIG Voice for hip hop in Toronto.
CALLING ON TORONTO’S HIP HOP COMMUNITY!
Manifesto invites you to participate in an open discussion about what this means for our community, potential solutions, and how we can unify our efforts moving forward. Come prepared to be heard.
February 9th, 2011
Metro Hall, 55 John Street – Room 309 Come early space is limited.
SPREAD THE WORD!
Read what Poet Kamau has to say about this topic. READ