History of Hip-Hop
June 27 and 29
6pm - 9pm
$15 for one class; $25 for both!
Learn all about the history of Hip-Hop culture beginning with its earliest influences, the creators, and cultivators of the Hip-Hop art forms. This class takes a chronological journey from the early 70s to present day through the eyes of the hip-hop community. This information was compiled by C-Grimey in 2017 to give the community a real understanding of the origins of hip-hop and its importance to America.
Drinks and food will be served!
This class is in partnership with Hip-Hop CHA. Hip-Hop CHA aims to promote inclusion through hip-hop-centric events across Chattanooga. Lifting up local artists to our own community & worldwide.
About the teacher:
Cameron Williams, a.k.a., C-Grimey is a Tennessee based rapper who combines innovative beats and melodies with forceful, heartfelt lyrics to a signature sound. He's been writing rhymes since the age of 12 and performing since he was 16. This makes C-Grimey a young but experienced artist. Inspired by everyday life, history and cultural struggle, C-Grimey's lyrical content is often un-predictable, but always satisfactory. His music deals with everything from street tales to political issues. His lyrics will have you thinking as you bob your head, (even if it's subconsciously). C-Grimey is the Co-Founder and C.E.O. of Goldfinger Production$ and although he is in beginning stages of building the company, he has great hopes of future growth.