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*I DO NOT OWN THESE SONGS, PHOTOS, OR VIDEOS. I AM NOT BEING PAID OR PROMOTED BY ANY ARTIST. FOR EDUCATIONAL/ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY* 13- BigBoss Kidd -Lincoln Heights 12- NATO - Avondale 11- Kuljo - Walnut Hills 10 - Lil Spig 9- Gaida 8- RahnRahn $plash 7- Clout Legacy (KC and Shakes) - Hamilton 6- Benz 10k 5- Lantana 4- Prince Bopp 3- Cook LaFlare 2- Young Butta (artist of About Billions) 1- K.I.D (artist of About Billions) - Avondale #QuadCity
Music video for "imsocincinnati" (I'm So Cincinnati) a single from Donnie Maserati's mixtape The Price of Fame livemixtapes http://indy.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes/34099/donnie-maserati-the-price-of-fame.html Twitter https://twitter.com/donniemaserati Instagram https://instagram.com/donniemaserati/ (CREDITS) Directed by Brandon Faris http://www.brandonfaris.com Produced by LEAPframe http://www.leapframe.com Director of photography Alexander Elkins http://www.alexanderelkins.com Editor Anthony Schneider http://www.anthonyrschneider.com (Special Thanks To) Black Owned WizFM Mixx Main Street Jewlery House Of Adam Tuckers Cheapside Collective Gomez Special thanks to the beautiful people of Cincinnati!
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Imagine hearing a song you produced on the radio and realizing somebody else had licensed it out. Or making a deposit to compete in a beat battle and having the organizers disappear with your cash. Either scenario could break a young musician’s spirit, but music producer Kick Lee took them on the chin and grew wiser. “It's a learning experience, and more things kind of similar to that started happening, and it just fueled me,” Lee said. “A lot of folks have a tremendous amount of musical, creative skills, but they lack the business knowledge in that realm. And it kept pushing me to be like, ‘What can I do?’” His answer is the Cincinnati Music Accelerator. Lee, whose given name is Rolando Martell, earned a $10,000 grant from People’s Liberty earlier this year to kick-start a training pro...
Cincinnati was once called "America's Paris" because it had so many talented artists, such as Duveneck. Cincinnati's art history is one reason it was chosen for this year's national exhibit for Oil Painters of America. It opens tomorrow night at the Eisele Art Gallery in Mariemont where you can see the detail and vibrant colors in 250 oil paintings now on display. They were picked from 2,500 entries. "Cincinnati has such a rich art history, but there's never been a show like this of this size and caliber," said Doug Eisele, owner of the Eisele Art Gallery. "We're so excited. Something for everyone, different styles and techniques." "There are so many paintings, captivating will want to sit and dwell on them and take them in slowly," added John Carter, President of the Oil Painters of A...
Whether capturing the nostalgia of baseball figures of the past or boxer Ezzard Charles, known as the Cincinnati Cobra, the sports-related work of Cincinnati artists is on display at C-LINK Gallery in Oakley. ◂ WCPO - 9 On Your Side brings you the latest trusted news and information for the greater Cincinnati Tri-State area, including Northern Kentucky and Indiana. WCPO Channel 9 News brings you breaking news alerts, weather, traffic, streaming video and in-depth coverage of topics important to you and your community. For more download the WCPO mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wcpo Android: http://bit.ly/wcpo-android
The SullenTV crew went to Cincinnati, OH for the Gambling Rose Tattoo Convention Presented by Shane Oneal. SullenTV host Bernadette Macias caught up with a few artists like Tatu Baby, Timmy b, Paul Acker, Alexis Kovacs and London Reese. Click and Subscribe to SullenTV for more. http://www.h2oceanstore.com, http://www.eternaltattoosupply.com, http://www.painfulpleasures.com, http://www.stencilstuff.net, http://inkjecta.com/ , http://www.needlejig.com, http://www.opustattoogloves.com Music by: Psymun
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We are ArtWorks, and this is our story. To learn more and support our transformative work, please visit: http://www.artworkscincinnati.org/ Videos created by Traction in Cincinnati, Ohio: http://teamtraction.com/ -- Founded in 1996, ArtWorks is an award-winning non-profit organization that empowers and inspires the creative community to transform our everyday environments through employment, apprenticeships, education, community partnerships, and civic engagement. ArtWorks' Public Art Initiative creates innovate works that enrich Greater Cincinnati while providing job opportunities to youth and professional artists. ArtWorks' ArtRX transforms the lives of patients and their families through the healing power of art. Through Creative Enterprise, SpringBoard provides training and business...
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Lumenocity may be a thing of the past here but now there's an effort to put on a new and bigger light and art festival to Cincinnati. Organizers announced the four-day festival called BLINK set for 2017. Artists will create large-scale projection mapping and murals on Cincinnati buildings as well as smaller-scale, street-level sculptures. Organizers said it's the same art form used on Music Hall during Lumenocity. The Festival will span 20 city blocks in four zones along the streetcar route; The Banks, Central Business District, Over-the-Rhine and Findlay Market. The festival will cost an estimated $3 million to produce. The Haile Foundation, AGAR, ArtWorks, Brave Berlin and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber have all signed-on. The festival is set for Oct. 12-15,...
on November 10, 2003, Cincinnati's 1530 WSAI played my favorite oldies. I made a "Hometown Proud" oldies countdown of Cincinnati artists, Sugaree by Rusty York, That Girl by The New Lime, Memphis by Lonnie Mack, My Heart Is An Open Book by Carl Dobkins JR, and Hey Da Da Dow by Carl Edmondson and The Dolphins
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - There's a score of different artists taking the stage this weekend at the Bunbury Music Festival, and one of those artists is Ohio native Jared Mahone. Jared joined us on Friday to talk about Bunbury and the passion behind his music. He was also kind enough to sing for us.
Actors and artists discuss the importance of Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati and its impact on our local community. As a non-profit organization, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati relies on the support of many individuals to provide exceptional programming and outreach to Greater Cincinnati. Please show the Greater Cincinnati region you care about quality live theatre and make a personal gift today. To find out how you can make a contribution, visit: http://ensemblecincinnati.org/index.php/support
Efthanext Productions, giving a hand to local cincinnati music.
The School for Creative & Performing Arts (Cincinnati, Ohio) is the nation's only K-12 public school for the arts. The Mayerson Foundation, in partnership with local arts organizations, supports the role of master artist/teachers in the education of the next generation of great American artists at SCPA. This video highlights master classes by soprano Adrienne Danrich, jazz violinist John Blake, Jr., and a children's concert featuring indie music artists Shara Worden and the group, megafaun. With support from The Taft Museum for Adrienne and John, and MusicNow for Shara and megafaun.
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A new festival in the Queen City is expected to be one of the largest light, art, and projection mapping events in the country. BLINK Cincinnati is a massive light event spread over four days and 20 city blocks from The Banks to Findlay Market. Basically, you can follow the streetcar line to see a spectacular light show. There will be a large scale architectural projection mapping, light-based sculptures, and new murals. This new festival will replace Lumenocity and certainly cover more ground. Despite being two months away from the opening parade, which happens October 12, preparations are already underway. ArtWorks secured 20 students over the summer to work on making floats and costumes for the parade. They are also looking for local artists to apply to partic...