For those interested in the impact of music as it relates to the church and social change, don’t miss this highly informative panel discussion with special performance:
“Hip Hop Is Not Our Enemy”
Thursday, Apr 7, 2011 (5:00-7:00 p.m. CST)
University of Memphis CFA Building
Pastor and Memphis School Board member Dr. Kenneth Whalum joins outspoken Hot 107.1 Program Director Mo Better, songwriter of the Memphis Grizzlies opening anthem and Hip Hop recording artist Teflon Don and up and coming Memphis Hip Hop recording artist Butta MD in a panel discussion on the controversial interaction between Hip Hop music and religion.
Dr. Whalum’s new book, “Hip Hop is Not Our Enemy” reveals the reason why Hip-Hop music is NOT the enemy of the church and why it should be embraced as a powerful art form and bridge to communication with the youth of America. If you’re interested in the impact of music as it relates to the church and social change, don’t miss this highly informative panel discussion and special performance by Butta MD.
Moderated by Entertainment Attorney Professor Butler.
* “Hip Hop Is Not Our Enemy” *
* Live, Hip Hop Panel Discussion with Special Performance *
* Thursday, Apr 7, 2011, 5:00-7:00 p.m. CST *
* University of Memphis CFA Building *
Blue T.O.M. Records is the University of Memphis’ first official, independent student-run record label. The label gives students the chance to gain professional experience as executives of their own record company and allows them to interact as professionals within the Memphis music community. Students are responsible for finding artists, creating marketing, publicity, and promotions plans, placing songs on radio, and finding interview and appearance opportunities for the artists featured on albums. Thanks to their affiliated registered student organization, opportunities are not limited to the classroom and students of all majors are welcome to participate.
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