Well its that time of the month again. No not THAT time the OTHER time. Time to to get Rehabbed this THursday at the Neighborhood Theater in NoDa in Charlotte (if you’re in the area). Doors open at 9pm show starts at 10pm.
-ELECTRO/HIP HOP group EXAGGERATION EDDIE will perform LIVE to complete the “Mix Tape”!
Advance tickets are only $5 buy them online at www.Radiorehabcharlotte.com Ladies are $7 at the door and guys $10 all nite.
This month, HIP HOP MEETS THEATER with live excerpts from the play RHYME DEFERRED, produced by your boy Quentin Talley of OnQ Productions! Special musical performances and poems by THE CONCRETE GENERATION.
As always, we will be partying to the sounds of DJ DR and DJ SKILLZ! Plus, GrownHeadz will again be in the house with Q & A’s and live GrownHead Checks, som come prepared. Did we mention it’s also a birthday celebration for your favorite trouble man BLUZ?
Y’all ain’t ready. Leave work, take a disco nap, get fresh and come out to the dopest hip hop party for adults in the QC area!! Then take yo’ grown ass home and go to work in the morning!
- WHEN: Thursday, June 21st at 9 PM
- WHERE: Neighborhood Theater, 511 E. 36th St, Charlotte, NC
- HOW DAMN MUCH: $10, ladies 2 for $10
See you in the building!
Radio Rehab and GrownHeadz are back together for another classic night this Thursday!! This time, we’re lifting up hip hop’s fallen heroes:
B.I.G., Guru, Pac, Big L, Big Pun, Eazy E, Pimp C, Heavy D, Freaky Tah, MC Trouble, and more. $10 for guys, ladies 2 for $10.
Join us every third Thursday of each month at the Neighborhood Theatre,
511 East 36th Street, in the Historic North Davidson area (NODA) of Charlotte, N.C. for priceless entertainment.
We polled heads at Radio Rehab, Charlotte’s monthly adult hip hop party, for their favorite female emcees of all time. Heavy weights MC Lyte, Latifah and Lauryn Hill topped the list, but we got a few curveballs thrown in that made us say, Oh yeah!
Competition was tight, with a number of 3- and 4-way ties, but the closer we got to No. 1, a single lady’s name came up again and again.
5. Monie Love / Lil’ Kim / Heather B / Ladybug
4. Mia X / Roxanne Shante / Rah Digga / Da Brat : Everyone needs to let off steam once in a while, and this category clearly fills that requirement. Whether at a party or about to get at somebody, these were the chicks to bump.
3. Bahamadia / Yo-Yo : Epic clash between East v. West, Conscious v. Gangster, Natural v. Extensions!!
2. Queen Latifah / Lauryn Hill : We like guidance and teachers for the No. 2 spot.
1. MC Lyte : You really thought it would be anyone else?
Agree or disagree? Who do you think should have made the cut?
Recognize the mothers and lovers of hip hop Thursday, March 15, when GrownHeadz and Radio Rehab partner to bring Charlotte a Tribute to Women’s History Month! Thursday, March 15 at Neighborhood Theater.
GrownHeadz will be in the building, with
- Limited Edition GH T-Shirt contest
- Video Q&A
- Free GrownHeadz Mix CDs (Femcee Edition)
Come get some!!!
And if you don’t already, Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @GrownHeadz!
Charlotte Grownheadz, you’ve heard the buzz; Late Movie Fridays is the spot for Charlotte’s sophisticated fun crowd. Grownheadz.com & the Charlotte Black Film Festival screen classic, independent, funny and provocative black films the last Friday of each month.
No cover, 25+ preferred. Come early for cocktails and board games. Games start at 9, Movie begins at 11.
July 29 is a dope double header. A hilarious short from “Awkward Black Girl,” who was recently featured on TheRoot.com, and “Slam,” the award-winning 1998 feature film starring Saul Williams and Sonja Sohn of The Wire.
Synopsis: When a gang-related friend goes down, a talented street poet must find his own tools to overcome both the neighborhood code and Washington DC’s stacked criminal justice system.
Bring a friend and we’ll see you there!
AUG 28 Do Women Know What They Want? A documentary from Michael Baisden
Coming May 27, 2011
Charlotte, NC — What’s open later than the movies, Better than a bar and cooler than a club? GrownHeadz’s Late Movie Fridays!
WHAT: Late Movie Fridays
WHEN: May 27, June 24, July 29 and August 26. Doors at 10 pm, film at 11
WHERE: Red@28 Books, 2424 N. Davidson, Charlotte, NC (across from Amelie’s French Bakery); 704.377.8989
HOW MUCH: No Cover, Free
WHY: Because the Queen City deserves it
Friday May 27th screening: I’m Through With White Girls