• allgo presents: The 2016 Pink Elephant Festival

    Pink Elephant Festival will be the largest gathering of LGBTQ Hip Hop Artists Internationally

  • March 9th and 10th, 2016 | Starts at 12pm CST on 3/9

    At Austin’s Historic Victory Grill | Buy Tickets HERE

  • Over 20 Hip Hop Artists from more than 15 cities

    Listen to and purchase Pink Elephant Festival – Volume I HERE

  • Bigger than Hip Hop

    Pink Elephant Will Feature a 10 Year Anniversary Screening of Pick Up The Mic, plus panel discussions

PINK ELEPHANT ARTISTS

DJ Baker

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DJ Baker (Festival Host) is an actor/radio personality/radio & television producer, brother & lover/activist. While DJ has seen some successes in his young life as an actor, it was at the low moments of a cocaine addiction that led him to use his podcast, called Da Doo-Dirty Show as a vehicle for his personal therapy . DJ’s goal is to be a voice that has not been heard on radio before. He does not shy away from being a gay former addict living with HIV, he’s actually given a voice to those who always felt underrepresented in the LGBT community. DJ not only produced the award winning Da Doo-Dirty Show, but also created still the only Late Night TV Variety Show called Late Night With DJ Baker that served 11 episode season. After 10 years of hosting the longest running daily LGBT Urban radio show in the world, DJ looked to reinvent himself back into the advocate for LGBT Urban Music that motivated him 10 years ago. Creating the LGBT Urban Charts, with weekly playlist & LIVE 4 hour Top 40 Countdown Show. Creating a LGBT Urban Chart is as important as creating venues, mediums to form a LGBT Urban Industry. The LGBT Urban Charts hopes to be the Billboard.com of the LGBT Urban Music Industry. For more information

http://thecountdownwithdjbaker.blogspot.com

The AlliYance

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Wednesday Night Performers:
March 9, 2016 – Historic Victory Grill
7:00 p.m. – 7:30 The AlliYance

Four artists with distinct deliveries embarking on their individual paths as independent musicians brought their talents together to form a robust hip-hop collective called The AlliYance. The mission for the group is to display a sense of unity by combining their sizable talents, their appeal and different perspectives to broaden their outreach from their core audiences to a wider base that further amplifies each member’s individual skill. The AlliYance’s first collaboration and music video, “I Be On It” released in the fall of 2014, serves as the launching pad for the group. The song is a nod to each member’s East Coast hip-hop roots, underscored by vintage-era hip-hop appeal with rich production combining jazz samples and breakbeats. Blending that with modern production techniques, intense wordplay and animated delivery was the winning formula, giving a small sample of what the group has to offer when all talents are highlighted.

Swanny River is a no-nonsense deejay and producer from Brooklyn, New York with an extensive list of credits and a discography that dates back to 1989. His fiery passion for hip-hop is shown in his unrelenting desire to constantly raise the bar and show his skills behind the boards. It’s fueled his staying power, making him a beacon for generations of artists eager to feed from his fervent energy.

Billy Hood is an independent hip-hop artist from Greenburgh, NY. He’s released a string of stunning, hardcore mixtapes, party-starting singles and collaborations, all showcasing his gritty but smooth vocal delivery and his understated and witty, punchline-packed rap style.

I.K.P. (The Infamous King of Positivity) is an independent hip-hop artist and producer. Born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Norfolk, Virginia, he brings varied approaches to his flows, influenced by his northern roots, southern-styled upbringing and experimental attitude. To date, he’s released three albums and a mixtape that puts his direct, tense style and visceral insight on prime display.

EarthTone is also an independent hip-hop artist as well as producer, with influences ranging from The Eagles to Erykah Badu. Hailing from East Orange, New Jersey, his studied approach to hip-hop gives him an edge where he can offer lightning-fast delivery with a confident, laidback assertiveness at one instance and inventive, soulful grooves in his productions the next minute. So far, EarthTone has released a self-produced EP and a mixtape to his credit.

7:30 - 7:50 - Dutchboy (of Rainbow Flava & BQE)

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Dutchboy is a producer, emcee, performer and community organizer from San Francisco, California. As founder and frontman of Rainbow Flava, one of the first openly LGBT hip-hop groups, he has performed at clubs, Pride festivals and universities throughout the U.S. and Europe and was an early leader in the establishment of an international network of Homo Hop artists and fans. Together with Shante “Paradigm” Smalls, he co-founded the Peace Out East hip-hop festival in New York City. In 2006 he led viewers on a cross-country journey of Homo Hop in Alex Hinton’s groundbreaking documentary Pick Up The Mic. He looks forward to reuniting with old friends as well as supporting newer artists at the Pink Elephant Festival.

7:50 - 8:10 - Katana Da Don

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Katana Da Don is originally from California but is now residing in Minnesota. She is a published author/performer/producer who just happens to be bisexual. Never afraid of testing her artistic boundaries, Katana Da Don branched out to flex her acting muscles playing a main character in local drama/comedy TH3M! The 5 episode series was showcased at the Twin Cities Black Film Festival in 2010. In 2011, she starred in the gospel play/musical The Devil Didn’t Raise You, where she sang an original song selected from her catalog by the play’s author. Her Album KUT THROAT is due to drop this JUNE 2016 and it is a mixture of hardcore/thought provoking hip hop, Soulful Rhythm and Blues and little Rock and Roll that was majority produced by Katana. Katana has dedicated herself to uplifting women in Hip Hop of all races, shapes and sizes.

Music Link: www.katanadadon.com

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Xm-VY3lsvg

8:10 - 8:30 p.m. - Melli B.

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Melli B is an artist in the truest sense, he exudes passion for the creation of genuine music. He does not create songs, his lyrics, beats and melodic hooks are audio stories. Simply put: His songs are jewels for the ears, a gateway to an emotional experience. Melli B is constantly writing and developing as an artist and rapper. His current releases include his new single “Shorty” and a Freestyle Promo track “Cover Story”. He is currently in the studio working on his highly anticipated Freshman EP, set to release Spring 2016. Melli B will be going on a “Pride” 2016 Summer Tour, performing his debut hits along with records from his new EP. It will be the positive energy people crave to celebrate a life of being true to one’s self and feeling sexy while doing it. Melli B draws from his life experiences and relationships presenting an honest and unrelenting sincere voice from the community. He strides to be a beacon of excellence for his fellow LGBTQ brothers and sisters within hip hop’s often hostile attitude towards open expression. His convictions, like his innate talent is unstoppable and will prove that authenticity is what people ultimately receive in their minds and hearts above all.

Preferred Link to Music: https://soundcloud.com/mellibmusic

Music Video Link: https://youtu.be/Z2mH3WwGJU4

8:30 - 8:50 p.m. Damien Nova

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Switzerland native Damien Nova first discovered his musical interest at an early age under the vocals of his classically trained mother. After immersing himself in the house music scene of NYC, Damien began cultivating his unique sound and released his first single “Sucky Sucky” under the name S!xx in 1998. Later in 2003 he teamed up with producer DJ Thumbs Up who helped launch his debut album Evolution. This very personal release delves deeply into his faltering faith, suicide attempt, and addictions. After a few unfocused albums in the early 2000’s, he released the European produced Luminous. Adding Nova as his last name he re-released Luminous as a “Golden Edition” (with additional unreleased tracks) which landed him two Korean Digital Music Awards. Throughout the span of his career, Damien has worked with the musical likes of Sandra St Victor, Al Jarreau, and Vesta Williams, lending his vocals to their live shows. Now, having battled colon cancer from 2011-2014, 13 self-produced albums, three European tours, and a fan base that has revealed themselves to be unwavering through his most unusual transitions, the fearless Damien Nova is ready to change the face of music.

LINK: http://damiennova.wix.com/damiennova

Video link: https://youtu.be/ZVd60OXqEdg

8:50 - 9:10 p.m. - Shorty Roc

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From Brooklyn, NY, Shorty Roc burst on the scene in 2003 with his underground smash “Ten Gay Commandments”, his rendition of the classic DJ Premiere produced Biggie joint “Ten Crack Commandments”. He took his music to the streets with the banger and performed at gay clubs such as, Langston’s, The Legendary Warehouse, The Clubhouse, and Sunday Nights at The Lab. He gained underground praise for his street delivery, catchy punch lines and his heavy performance. In Summer of 2004, he put his first CD to the streets, “The Mixtape: Jackin’ Beats, which he put hot flows on top of some of the hottest hits, which made its way through the NY gay circuit. The mixtape contained classics like the sexual “Bust that”, the dancy “Two Step”, and the sensual “If I have nothing else”. The mixtape also contained songs like “Nigga Please”, “Holla Back Son”, and “This is my quest”, which expressed the troubles of dating, society, and growing rate of HIV and AIDS. Also that summer, he participated in the gay hip-hop festival “Peace Out East” in NY and “Peace Out East” in Atlanta. Shorty has also performed a showcase at the legendary “Nuyorican Poets Café”, where the crowd was very diverse and still caught the ears and attention from all. Shorty Roc believes his purpose is to talk to the gay community about issues in their lifestyle such as, safe sex, dating, troubles with society, and pride for self. His most recent track is “Full Circle” featuring Booder Harris & Kaoz.

9:10 - 9:20 p.m. - JenRo (also see Thursday)

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JenRO from the Bay Area, has released five independent albums under her own successful indie label RO Records and is currently set to release her sixth album, “Planet Z” this year. She has toured numerous cities across the country from settings as far removed from each other as various Prides and state prisons. JenRO has been quickly discovered by local media including her recent rap appearance on Channel I.D. Investigational Discovery show “I Almost Got Away with it”, and acting feature on the crime series, “Wives with Knives” amongst other various television appearances. JenRO enjoys pushing the limits of the medium, and she looks at the labels others might use to describe her with a blend of ambivalence and disregard. Ultimately, she insists, “I choose to say who I really am.”

Link to music: http://www.jenro.net/shop.html

Youtube clip: http://youtu.be/z-O38I0v4Tk

9:20 - 9:40 p.m. - Special Guest Appearance*
9:40 - 9:50 p.m.: Tim’m (also see Thursday)

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Tim’m West is a pioneering queer rap artists who, in early 2000, joined forces with Juba Kalamka and Phillip Atiba Goff to form the black, queer hip-hop group Deep Dickollective (DDC). Their debut recording “BourgieBohoPostPomoAfroHomo” surprised hip hop and spoken word communities, with a fresh approach to the political and social issues. West reluctantly coined the term homohop understanding its utility in mobilizing LGBTQ+ artists, but now believing it serves to separate artists who are fundamentally just hip hop artists. He is featured prominently in the 2006 Hip Hop documentary, Pick Up the Mic and appears in Byron Hurt’s documentary Beyond Beats and Rhymes. In Spring of 2007, DDC released its final, full-length studio project, On Some Other, on Sugartruck Recordings before the group disbanded in 2007. Still, Tim’m had been recording solo projects alongside the DDC work. He released Songs from Red Dirt on Cellular Records in 2004 and Blakkboy Blue(s) in 2007 which was met with positive critical response. In 2009 he released In Security: The Golden Error and in 2011 Fly Brotha. In keeping with a release every two years, he released Snapshots in April 2013, and in October 2015, ICONography, during the month when he was recognized as LGBT History Month ICON by the Equality Forum.

Music: http://timmwest.bandcamp.com

Tim’m (feat. DDm in Acrobatics): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0Moz_FMwq8

9:50 - 10:20 p.m.: - Krudas Cubensi

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Krudas Cubensi is comprised of Odaymara Cuesta and Olivia Prendes who are both born and raised cuban artivists, Hip Hop emcees, independent musicians, poets, theater makers and designers representing womyn, immigrants, and queer people of color as a central part of world change. Formed in Habana in 1999 as a trio Krudas have become a duo since 2004 and brought their raw point of view to the world. They migrated to Austin Texas, US in 2006 and have earned international acclaim performing, recording, speaking, and touring in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean until today.

The Krudas set includes Cubensi Hip Hop, Dancehall, old and new school beats from around the world laced with their extraordinary Afro-Cuban rebel hardcore feminists lyrics and indomitable voices, sounds, dances and energies to empower communities. Internationally recognized Krudas Cubensi has performed in spaces such as Teatro Nacional de Cuba (Ciudad de la Habana), Edificio de las Mujeres ( SF Ca) Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts (Washington DC), Funarte e Museu da Republica (Brasilia, Brasil) 1st Avenue Theatre (Minneapolis), House of Blue (Chicago), S.O.B’ s (NY), Brava Theatre (SF.Ca), Pabst Theatre, Lula Lounge (Toronto. Canada) University of Texas, New York University, Kansas University, Santa Cruz University, New Mexico University, University of Illinois, Lehigh University, Tucson Arizona University, University of Texas San Antonio & many more. In Cuba, cruda (kruda) means raw, unprocessed, unrefined, natural, real. Cubensi is a related word to Caribbean areas native species. Krudas Cubensi: The raw ones from the Caribbean. Krudas thank to our Community and our Mothers for the Love, the Knowledge and the Support!! Ashe!!

Music Link: http://www.krudascubensi.com/

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-Pgwldfx8U

10:20 p.m. - until: DJ Ang G

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DJ Ang G has DJ’d for at a number of venues and events in Austin and Chicago including Facing Race Conference, Color of Violence Conference, Chicago’s Multi-Kulti, the Hideout, Logan Square Auditorium, and has had residencies at Maria’s Packaged Goods and Community Bar, Simone’s Bar. These venues and events vary and include people’s backyards, living rooms, and anywhere else folks gather to dance. She has played a few parties at the 2010 U.S. Social Forum in Detroit, Creating Change in Houston, and many places where social justice organizers are in search (and need) for a desegregated, safe dance floor. Her favorite moments include those parties in which the audience was diverse in terms of age, race, ethnicity, and musical taste, but everyone would pack the dance floor in rhythmic solidarity.

Ang’s digital bins include music of all genres and it would be no surprise to find many of these genres mashed together in a typical set.

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ang-g

Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/deejay.Ang.G/

Thursday Night Performers:
March 10, 2016 - Historic Victory Grill
7:00 - 7:20 p.m. - QUI510

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Entertainer Extraordinaire QUI510 first made international noise under her long time moniker “TriQui Di” while signed to Sony Music Group/France with Hip-Hop and Dance records that can be heard in countries around the world today. Like the stars of old, Qui made sure she was not just well versed with one talent, but as a complete Entertainer singing, rapping, acting, writing, producing music, she is a true showman honing her skills on stage and in the studio, behind the scenes as a Promoter/Event Coordinator and in boardroom as a Consultant, Executive and on the front lines as an Activist.

Whether you’ve had the opportunity to watch her work a crowd with the moxie of seasoned entertainment veterans; seen her making a crowd laugh hysterically while having them sing-a-long like they were a well-rehearsed choir; or perhaps you’ve heard her rich, powerful voice belting out stories of love, with emotion of the late Phyllis Hyman or the great Ella Fitzgerald? Make no mistake though, she is hardly the broken-hearted ingénue of the songs she’s sings but an amazing animated storyteller who loves to connect with her audiences. Like rolling thunder, she can bring banging beats and risqué rhapsody rhymes that can rival the likes of Missy Elliot, Mary J. Blige, or Nicki Minaj. With an international following that spans from Europe, South America, Australia, to Africa, Asia and North America, Qui510 brings people of all ages, backgrounds and music genre’s together through great quality music entertainment like none other.

Official website: www.Qui510.com

YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/Qui510

7:20 - 7:40 p.m. - Kaoz

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Kevin Lanier Moore (Kaoz) is a native Clevelander, award winning writer, actor, spoken word artist and
educator. He began his artistic career appearing in countless plays, and has performed supporting roles
in two independent films and represented Cleveland in National Poetry Slams twice. Kaoz has shared stages with major label acts such as Dead Prez, Mos Def, MIMS, Syleena Johnson and Brandy Norwood and has emceed in Ohio, D.C., Dallas, Boston, New York, Florida, Chicago, Detroit, and Toronto, ON. Next Kaoz returned to hip hop, being open about his sexuality and released The Tyler Durden EP (Experience) & The Tyler Durden Mixtape (2010). Kaoz executive produced and co-wrote Kaoz Presents: Real Talk MPLS – which tackles HIV/STI prevention, stigma and homophobia (2011). He released EnterSextions (February 2013). He has also been a featured at Queertopia: a GLBT Cabaret at Intermedia Arts in MPLS. As part of the Hip Hop Against Homophobia (HHAH) collective he’s performed at many high schools and universities. Kaoz is also co-creator and lead writer for AKA:Fathers/Sons community theater piece produced by Bedlam Theater (summer 2014). Kaoz has been recognized for his work in GLBT communities of color receiving the Harold PhilPot Youth Leadership Award from National AIDS Education & Services for Minorities (NAESM) for his groundbreaking work with Young Men who have sex with men of color. Kaoz recently completed BlackEsque: QueErotica Tour: a 9 city tour spanning South West and West Coast cities. He dropped his new album “The End is Beginning” in June 2015.

7:40 – 7:50 p.m. – Tim’m (see Wednesday for bio)

7:50 - 8:10 p.m. - Yung Crusay

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Yung Crusay is the CEO/Founder of Dirty Bizness Entertainment. She was born and in Huntsville, TX where she was raised by her mother. With background in Port Arthur, the rapper, writer, producer, and actress started creating her resume at the age of 5 when she begin acting. By 7th grade the budding star had begun to write lyrics. In 2002, Yung Crusay moved to Houston and decided to pursue her music career shortly after. Wanting to be the jack of many trades, Yung Crusay began rapping and producing in 11th grade. From there she started TL Productions and Dirty Bizness Ent. In May 2009 Yung Crusay released her 1st mixtape entitled, The Love Chronicles Pt. 1 and began shooting in her first film: “Desire, Hostility, Delusion” which was released in June 2011. Yung Crusay has released 7 mixtapes since including 3 installments of the NOheartNOhustle series, and has acted on a short film and a web series. Recently, she made the move to Austin, Texas and has had the opportunity to open up for many artists and perform at SXSW three years in a row. Her next mixtape has yet to be titled but is due out on iTunes summer 2016.

8:10 - 8:30 - Intransheart (Diamond and Dutchez)

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InTransheart is made up of trans activists Diamond and Dutchez who keep it real with the trans women of color community and beyond while still bringing heart to many of the issues that impact trans women of color and their allies. Both singers and rappers, they bring a refreshing voice to the Hip Hop landscape that will surely bring LIFE to the Pink Elephant Festival.

8:30 - 8:40 p.m.: JenRo (see Wednesday for bio)
8:40 - 9:00 p.m. - Vockah Redu

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Although the Magnolia Housing Projects have long been demolished, a light post still stands at the corner where youth like Vockah Redu (Javocca Davis) gathered to rap and create beats. The light post marks one of the birthplaces of Bounce music, a genre of rap specific to New Orleans that has invigorated crowds throughout the South. Vockah Redu and the Cru animate the stage with their dynamic revival of dance, music, and art from the street corner to the club. More than your typical hip-hop act, this theatrical performance sets the stage for a sweaty hands down booty up good time, transforming any party, bar, or dance floor in your neighborhood.

Link: https://www.reverbnation.com/vockahredu

9:00 - 9:20 p.m. - Lady BSmoove

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Lady BSmoove is a Vocalist, Songwriter, Author and Activist. Having released her 2nd album titled Live Love Dream. Bringing Truth, Universal-Love, Power and Courage, and a little bit of her soul. Lady B began in 2006 while hosting and performing at The Kaffe Coffee House in Dallas, Texas. Her works have also been nominated for a Legacy of Success Foundation Award for Best Literary Works and a UBE Ally Award. Lady BSmoove has shared the stage with the likes of Malcolm Jamal Warner, Audacious IAM, Michael Guinn, Kevin Dupree, and many more; while featuring on stages from The Black Academy of Arts and Letters (Dallas, Texas), Dallas LGBT Pride Monthly Kick Off at City Hall, and Dallas Pride Celebration (Dallas, Texas – 2012, 2013), Muse Theater (Dallas, Texas), Fahari Arts Institute (Dallas, Texas), The HeArt Series (Houston, TX), The Boys and Girls Club of Memphis (Memphis, TN) and many more. In 2010 Lady BSmoove joined forces with poet and spoken word artist Audacious IAM and went on tour, sharing her work throughout Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Georgia on The Southern Made Tour. In 2012 Lady BSmoove was seen as the best candidate to host the 3rd Annual South Dallas AIDS Walk in Dallas, Texas. Recently she was featured in the documentary film, Beneath My Skin (June 2014) while have written the title poem. She continues to be not only an artist, but an entrepreneur and artivist who continues to fight; reminding us all to Live, Love and Dream –NO MATTER WHAT.

Links: www.ladybsmoove.wix.com/ladybsmoovemusic

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqM66Wwi6dQ

9:20 - 9:40 - Tony Banks

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Where others fear to tread, Tony Banks takes his daily stroll. A vocalist and producer, Tony Banks has awakened the musical world with a new and unique sound. Embracing, rather than tossing aside the sexual power of music. Tony Banks is a recording artist and bear community activist. Growing up in Queens, NY in the 1980’s he became very fond of music and creating music. At the age of fourteen Tony began writing and splicing rhymes and erythematic tones and soon after got an internship at a local recording studio where he learned the art of producing and recording. Learning that SOUND, is not only what you hear, but more importantly what you feel.

Link: http://www.musicbearonline.com/

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVQEVOylgoQ

9:40 - 10:00 p.m.: Wordz The Poet Emcee

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WORDZ The Poet Emcee is more than your typical rapper from Philly. Often referred to as “a breath of fresh air”, WORDZ is a gifted lyricist, poet and songwriter, delivering authentic HipHop Soul. Under the mentorship of an underground North Philly rap group named, Beautiful Black Children aka BBC, WORDZ began his professional recording career in the mid 90s at the age of 15. His first album, ‘Mental Replays’, was released in 2003, where he gained popularity by selling his music on street corners in downtown Philly.WORDZ is featured in numerous showcases and concerts throughout the US. This year he is giving back to his fans with the Spring release of his free EP, ‘The Difference’, and continues to provide listeners with music that is artistically pure and organic. Today, the talented artist is dedicated to putting the art back into HipHop, with dreams of touring internationally. WORDZ continues to Iive his life spreading a message of peace, love and HipHop ‘by any means necessary’.

Link: www.reverbnation.com/wordzthepoetemcee

Video: https://youtu.be/3COkzTLO5u8

10:00 – 10:20 p.m.: The AlliYance (see Wednesday for bio)

10:20 - 10:40 p.m.: JAPAN

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Born in the era of excess greed and indulgence, JAPAN is the quintessential 80’s baby. Child prodigy and silver spooner, Japan was well traveled and exposed to different cultures and different types of music at a very young age so writing about people places and things has always come easy. But make no mistake, he also writes about emotions and feelings and situations. Japan is NOT just a rapper but a lyricist; a storyteller, a situationist and an all around entertainer known for his explosive live performances! Frontman and founder of the critically acclaimed award winning gay rap group The QURE, Japan this rapper singer songwriter coined the term “Melodic Infusion” which is the art of intricately infusing beautiful melodies and songs into his raps. Writer and executive producer of both bodies of work, GAY 4 PAY: THE MIXTAPE is a project that was written specifically for the young, fly and flashy as a celebration of this lifestyle. Japan observed and absorbed his surroundings and spit fire, winning OUTHIPHOP.COM’s Mixtape of The Year Award! Three years after the release of the award winning mixtape ‘GAY 4 PAY,’ The QURE RELEASED, UNLEASHED and UNLOADED the highly anticipated critically acclaimed full-length original debut album The VIRUS. The VIRUS is an intimate personal collection of 9 original songs. Sonically, the album is lot darker and a bit more introspective than the previous project. While G4P was about lifestyle, The VIRUS was about life… and DEATH. Japan created a piece of art, a masterpiece! One driven by Rap, but peppered with influences of Jazz, Gospel, Rock, Reggae, Opera, Country, Hip-Hop & R&B. That album tells a story; a story of sex, love, lies, betrayal and murder. His music is smart, edgy and trendsetting.

Music: http://thequre.bandcamp.com

10:30p.m. – until: DJ Swanny River

Who Is Pink Elephant?

The Pink Elephant Festival is a grassroots effort that will mobilize more than 20 Hip Hop artists together to celebrate LGBTQ+ artists in Austin Texas March 9th and 10th.

Schedule and Press Release

Find out who will be performing and what times, as well as information about panel discussions and the 10 Year Anniversary screening of Alex Hinton's groundbreaking documentary, ``Pink Up the Mic: the (r)evolution of HomoHop

Pink Elephant Fam

Some of our friends are not able to join us this time around, but they remain a part of our Pink Elephant Festival family. Check out their music here.