The Art of EXHIBIT X

Sup-Sup. As most of you know our artist collective “EXHIBIT X” was last weekend. Needless to say it was a great turnout for the first of many “X is The Weapon” events. We would like to thank everyone who made it out to show support for the artists and DJs. We would also like to thank everyone who helped with the marketing and production of the event, your effort is well appreciated. Thank you “VivaLAfoodies” and “InkedIn Tees” for your support with the food trucks and the silk screened tees. Thank you Historical Spurgeon Building and Santa Ana ArtWalk for such a great location. Just in case you didn’t get to make it out last weekend here are a few pictures of the art showcased at “EXHIBIT X”…enjoy!

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Artemis Nolasco
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June22
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Tesia Ziobrowski
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Jouvon Michael
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Meex One
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Rally Hog
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Puede One
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Jonas Lynch
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Exile
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Daniella Manini
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“Freddy”
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MUSIC SELECTIONS BY
Bishop Calafia Zulus
Dawit Justice Calafia Zulus/Channel Rock
Mr. Chinn Godwrk
Rich Spirit Listen Recovery
Soluz Anything Fresh

FOOD TRUCKS sponsored by
VivaLAfoodies
LIVE SILK SCREENING by
InkedIn Tees

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UNFINISHED VIDEO CLASSICS: Open Fiyah

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DETAILS: at the show… Dawit Justice, Long Beach

Chilled at the KRS-ONE show in Long Beach on March 11, 2010… catching flix of homies’ style.





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SHOWS: Gravity Lounge 2.2 with Hungry Bros. & Channel Rock

Friday, January 1st in Downtown Palm Springs… Selectahs: Dawit Justice of Hungry Bros. Boom Sound & DJ Westafa of Channel Rock Movement spinning Roots Reggae, Dancehall & more. Live Performance & Hosting by Ras Ceylon. Brought to you by our Desert Family Xoundlyfe.


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SHOWS: Beat Club Co-Op… WHEEL IT UP 3

Thursday, December 17th… Selectahs: DJ Westafa, JUNE22 & Dawit Justice spinning Raggamuffin, Reggae, Rub-a-Dub & Hip Hop. Live Performances by Ras Ceylon, spitting tunes off both Scientific Non-Fiction and new material from his upcoming release Gideon Force, 4 Team DJ/Producer Beat Battle & Live Art: Come true and show your support.


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FREE TRAGEDY KHADAFI MIX – It’s A Tragedy, Vol.1 mixed by DAWIT JUSTICE of HUNGRY BROS. BOOM SOUND

From being the youngest member of the legendary Juice Crew in the late 80’s as Intelligent Hoodlum, to reintroducing the world to the grimy and conscious side of QBC in the mid 90s, Tragedy Khadafi is a bonifide Hiphop Legend.

Tragedy is currently locked up in NY on trumped up charges in what appears to be a shady set-up. With minimal support from the industry, Hungry Bros. Boom Sound has chosen to reach out and support Tragedy the way he supported us on the song “The Damage” which appears on Ras Ceylon’s “Scientific/Non-Fiction” album. We are in direct contact with him and his family and ALL DONATIONS WILL BE SENT DIRECTLY 2 TRAGEDY KHADAFI’S FAMILY! We thank you in advance for supporting HipHop culture and the legends that built it. 25 Salute! – Ras Ceylon

THE MIX
DJ Dawit Justice of Hungry Bros. Boom Sound brings you a raw mix of Tragedy Khadafi classics, blended with Top Notch Hip Hop Production, from Producers Dawit envisions Tragedy creating classics with. 53 Minutes of Beats, Rhymes, Mash-Ups and Fx. fellow Hungry Bros., Ras Ceylon and June22 contribute Word, Sound & Power to the Sound scape.





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Diggin’ for 50 Cent Records

Woke up Sunday morning pretty early. Artemis made made some coffee and we linked up with the bredren, Dawit Justice & Mr. Kees to go diggin’ for wax in Costa Mesa.

Some years back, when record stores were still doing fairly well, and were able to keep their doors open, we selectahs had a spot in Costa Mesa to hit up for goodies: Noise Noise Noise. Well it’s been closed for a few years now but, the Owner, Old Dirty Boba Phat still has tons of vinyl stored away. So he blessed some folks with a text message to be at designated coordinates, and the diggin’ commences…


Artemis, Dawit, Kees & June22… and we’re off.


Coffee buzzzzzzzz.


50 Cent Records? yayerrrr!


Dawit Justice Gettin’ Fingers Dusty.


Ol’ Dirty Boba? (strollin’ in the background) Dawit, Mr. Kees & June22…. and Stacey Lattisaw.


From behind the 8 Track cassettes.


Biggy tee, check. Casio Gold Calculator watch, check, a pile of 50 Cent Records, check.


Found many gems today.


Stay diggin’.


Gotta do the Record Face!


By no means rare, but the NaS,  Stillmatic intro sample is dope to have.


A bit more Rare, with some dope grooves. check a sample below.

after speaking with Mr. Kees and Dawit Justice and hearing they came up too, I’de say we spent our Sunday morning wisely… without spending much loot.

I spent $10 and came up on a little over 20+ 12″s with some breaks and other gems for me to mess with too. Proper.

for those in the know…. JUNE14th is the Beat Swap, from 12-6pm @ the GrandStarr Jazz Club. Bring Canned Goods… I will be there joining Listen Recovery Crew behind the sellers table, cleaning vinyl with the VPI HW-17F.. check us out