On July 15th, 2010, Uristocrat.com in conjunction with Dephonic, Stalley, Writtenhouse, and Akilles will be presenting Summer School – a night of live music featuring hip-hop artists from around the country. The show will be held at the historic Theater of the Living Arts (TLA) in Philadelphia with tickets costing $20 in advance and $23 the day of the show. Advance tickets are available at LiveNation.
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About our Headliners!
Kidz In The Hall – Kidz in the Hall is an American hip hop duo from Chicago, Illinois. Group members Jabari Evans (Naledge) and Michael Aguilar (Double-O) met in 2000 during a talent show at the University of Pennsylvania. They began recording songs, making demos, and performing at local shows. That eventually led to Double-0 and Naledge forming Kidz in the Hall. The group’s most recent album Land of Make Believe was released on March 9, 2010 and features guests MC Lyte, Just Blaze, Chip tha Ripper, Donnis, Amanda Diva and co-production by Just Blaze and Picnic Tyme. Kidz in the Hall just embarked on a national tour that sold out venues across the country.
Dephonic – As Philly’s favorite upcoming act, Dephonic has a cool & smooth style that takes the bounce of hip hop and merges it with memorable indie music & melodies. Dephonic performed a sold out show at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia with State Radio in January 2010. This was followed by two sold out dates with Snoop Dogg at Bates College in Lewiston, ME and the TLA in Philadelphia. Dephonic has also recently performed with WALE, Plain White T’s, Asher Roth, Colin Munroe, the Young Gunz, Sugar Hill Gang, and Mr. Lif.
Stalley – Recently named a rising icon by Complex, Stalley has opened for hip hop heavyweights such as Jay Electronica, Mos Def, Ghostface Killah, Method Man & Redman and being featured on select dates on the Rock the Bells and Sneaker Pimps tours. Stalley is also featured on Currensy’s forthcoming Universal/Def Jam/Rocafella release Pilot Talk and Ski Beatz’s forthcoming project 24 Hour Karate School. He also has 2 videos (“Do It Big” featuring the Cool Kids and “Address” featuring Curren$y) in rotation on MTV Jams. Stalley has also collaborated on tracks with Mos Def, Jay Electronica, Curren$y and the Cool Kids. Stalley performed at numerous showcases at 2010’s South by Southwest Festival
Writtenhouse – The group was recently named one of Philly 360’s 2010 creative ambassadors. They have also opened for The Roots, Method Man, Redman, and De la Soul.
Asaad – An up and coming Philadelphia talent, Asaad released his debut mixtape, Flowers in November, 2009 and followed that up with his new release Wednesday in May of 2010.