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B-Real (Cypress Hill) show to benefit battered women [News]


Vancouver, BC – Coast2Coast, Regime Entertainment and The Fox are proud to present: B-Real (Cypress Hill), October 2nd at Fortune Sound Club in Vancouver. HipHopCanada has signed on to support this show – we really like B-Real and we really like where some of the tickets sales money is going. Battered Womens Support Services is a Vancouver-based service organization that provides education, safety and support to the women and girls who need it most, and $1 from every ticket sold will go directly to this worthy organization. Check out the flyer and ticket sales link after the jump, then enjoy a great hip-hop show! Click the jump to check out the flyer.

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B-Real has been the face – and the voice – of Cypress Hill since its inception in the late 80′s. The first Latino hip-hop star was the driving force behind iconic albums like Black Sunday, which opened up the genre to a generation of weed-happy middle class hip-hop kids, changing the way hip-hop interacted with its demographic, and who it included in its musical community. He’s gone on to become a multi-platinum artist and a legend in his own rite, having collaborated with everyone from Snoop Dogg to Damien Marley to Too Short.

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Buy tickets to see B-Real at Fortune Sound Club HERE.


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Amalia Judith was born in Winnipeg, MB and quickly whisked away to a childhood of travel throughout California, England, Germany and predominantly Pakistan. In 2006 she completed an honor's degree in English Literature, which left her quite jobless and alone in East Van. Amalia cut her teeth at, Canada's darkest counter-culture magazine, moving on to contribute words and flicks to HipHopCanada: she's currently a member of HipHopCanada's West Coast team and has had the privilege to interview hip-hop icons like Lil' Kim, Pusha T, Big Boi, Three Six Mafia, Yelawolf, Pharrell Williams and most of Wu-Tang. Amalia also works as a Key Worker educator and advocate for families affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, as well as heading up Team Heartbreak, a media production company that pairs community involvement and artistic movements.

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