Beat Over & Word Up! presents:

zo 20-nov-2016
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zo 20-nov-2016

Beat Over & Word Up! presents:

w/ A.F.R.O + Marco Polo

Sunday 20th November we welcome one of the most talented and lyrically gifted Mc’s of the new Hip Hop generation along with one of Underground Hip Hop’s most respected producers Marco Polo together they are Afro Polo for an exclusive NL show in Dynamo Basement.

zo 20-nov-2016

Stroming Ulab
Locatie (intern) Basement

Sunday 20th November we welcome one of the most talented and lyrically gifted Mc’s of the new Hip Hop generation along with one of Underground Hip Hop’s most respected producers Marco Polo together they are Afro Polo for an exclusive NL show in Dynamo Basement.
Holding it down on the 1’s & 2’s for the evening will be Deejay’s Nekstwon & SupaDave spinning all those boom bap classics.

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All Flows Reach Out

Cali native A-F-R-O (aka All Flows Reach Out) burst onto the scene in 2014 as the winner of R.A. The Rugged Man‘s “Definition Of A Rap Flow” contest, impressing rap fans worldwide with impossibly intricate freestyles that pushed the boundaries of improvised, off-the-top rhyming. Since then, the 18-year-old phenom has officially signed with the Rugged Man and received co-signs for his razor-sharp lyrics from a host of hip-hop heavyweights – from DJ Premier to Talib Kweli to Queen Latifah to Questlove of The Roots.

A-R-F-O is solidifying his spot as one of the brightest stars of hip-hop’s next generation.

Marco Polo

An earnest student of the early-’90s boom-bap technique, underground rap producer Marco Bruno, aka Marco Polo, was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Bit hard by the hip-hop bug, he enrolled into an audio engineering school in 1999, purchasing his first MPC with his student loans. Once he finished up school, he moved from Canada down to New York and lived in his friend’s basement in Queens to get his career started. He began paying his dues as an unpaid intern at the Cutting Room recording studios in Manhattan, which eventually turned into an on-staff management position. He used to play his beats in the office while clientele like Talib Kweli, Fat Joe, and Inspectah Deck came through for recording sessions. One of those passersby, Masta Ace, liked what he heard and added one of Polo’s productions (“Do It Man”) to his 2004 effort A Long Hot Summer. The song opened up many more opportunities for him, and soon he became an in-house producer for N.Y. indie Soulspazm. He was landing beats for several noteworthy hip-hop artists, including Supernatural, Jean Grae, Immortal Technique, the Boot Camp Clik,

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