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Reelblack Presents Philly Shorts 2015 & Filmmakers Q&A at International House on Tuesday, June 23

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 22, 2015
    • ReelBlack Presents Philly Shorts 2015 at International House
      • ReelBlack Presents Philly Shorts 2015 at International House
      • Photo Credit: M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia
One of Philly's premier black film presenters, Reelblack closes out their current season of films by spotlighting some of the city's brightest talents. Tomorrow, June 23, Reelblack returns to University City arts hub, International House to present Philly Shorts 2015.
 
This event will showcase new work from a nine local directors and concludes with a Q&A with the filmmakers. Philly Shorts is presented in collaboration with PIFVA, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office and Councilman David Oh's Black Film Advisory Committee.
 

Here's a look at the shorts that will be presented;

 
Consumption by Brittany Rafalak
The Devil and Red Wine By Maurice Paramore
How Tow Win by Rhassan Nichols
Inside Brothers of The Knight by Tatiana Bacchus
Mama Jo by Jos Duncan
Momma Said Clean Up by Kindred The Family Soul and Konee Rok
Odyssey To Save Ulysses by Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter
Silky Smooth Individual by Devin Hampton
Skyler by Eiko Fan


You can get more detail on this event and Reelblack yearlong calendar of events at reelblack.org.

Philly Shorts 2015
When: Tuesday June 23, 2015 7:00pm
Where: International House, 3701 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
Cost: Admission $10 adults/ $8 students and seniors / $5 members
More Info: Get tickets in advance at http://ihousephilly.org/calendar/philly-shorts0


Gerard Gaskin’s “Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene” Opens At The African American Museum In Philadelphia

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • June 17, 2015
    • Gerard Gaskin’s “Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene”
      • Gerard Gaskin’s “Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene”
      • Photo Credit: Gerard Gaskins Photo

House balls have played a significant role in the African American and Latino LGBTQ communities for decades. Now, the often-underground house ball culture takes the spotlight at the The African American Museum in Philadelphia (AAMP) this summer — just in time to help celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the LGBT Civil Rights Movement in Philadelphia this July.

On view now through August 16, Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene displays the work of photographer Gerard H. Gaskin, who has photographed the intimate world of house balls for more than 20 years.

Showcasing photographs from parties in five cities — with a particular focus on Philadelphia — the collection draws mostly from Gaskin’s book Legendary to immerse the viewer in the expressive grandeur of the balls.

    • Gerard Gaskin’s “Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene”
      • Gerard Gaskin’s “Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene”
      • Photo Credit: Gerard Gaskins Photo

Significant in allowing a marginalized group creativity and freedom of self expression, the house ball scene has a long tradition of challenging norms and Gaskin’s work captures a unique perspective.

A well-known photographer, Gaskin has shown throughout the United States and abroad, and his work is also a part of permanent collections in The Museum of the City of New York, The Philadelphia Museum of Art among others.

Throughout the exhibition at the AAMP — the first institution funded and built by a major municipality to preserve and exhibit the heritage of African Americans — will offer complementary programming including screenings of The New Black, a documentary exploring attitudes about same-sex marriage and civil rights within the African American community and an insiders vogue demonstration.

For much more on Philadelphia’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Gay Rights Movement — including other exhibitions like Speaking Out For Equality at the National Constitution Center — check here.

 

Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene
When: June 12-August 16
Where: African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch Street
Cost: $14, adults; $10, youth (4-12 years), students, seniors
More info: www.aampmuseum.org

A version of this article originaly appeared on Uwishunu.com.


Top Picks: 12 Must-Hit R&B/Soul Concerts Hitting Philadelphia This Summer

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 17, 2015
    • D'Angelo at Made in America
      • D'Angelo at Made in America
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC

The 2015 summer music season is in full swing. And again this yes, an impressive lineup of shows of every genre will be hitting stages and live music venues across Philly. From waterfront concerts at Penn's Landing, the summer soul series at The Dell to shows at yearlong entertainment hot spots like World Cafe Live and The TLA, our city is buzzing with tons of can't-miss concerts and shows.

To give your summer music itinerary a jumpstart, we've pullled together this list of must-hit R&B/soul concerts that are going down in Philly this summer. We've got reunion concerts with Floetry and SWV, Bilal's album release concert at World Cafe Live, D'Angelo at The Keswick and Erykah Badu holding it down The Dell. And, this is just a small selection of what Philly has in store for you in the coming months.

Now, take a look at the below list for details on all of the summer soul shows that you need to know about. 

Insider Tip: We're running contest for the following shows; SWV, Bilal and Jodeci. Just click the links and submit the entry form for your chance to win.


Philly 360° Top Picks for R&B/Soul Concerts in Philly

    • The Dell Music Center
      • The Dell Music Center
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC

SWV

Sunday, June 21
With a GRAMMY nod and WE TV tv docu-series “SWV Reunited" on the horizon, SWV is on the road to connect with fans and perform hits from their discography. You can catch the Philly stop on their reuinion tour at World Cafe Live.

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D'Angelo

Tuesday, June 23
After a 14 year hiatus that left fans around the globe feenin' for a follow-up to his 2000 album Voodoo, D'Angelo returned — and with a seriously soulful vengance. The beloved soulster is on the road performing music from Black Messiah live for fans around the globe. On June 23, D'Angelo — accompanied by a masterful group of musicians dubbed The Vanguard — brings his Second Coming Tour to the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA.
 

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    • SWV
      • SWV
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

Jodeci

Thursday, June 25
Catch, Jodeci — JoJo, DeVante Swing, Dalvin and "K-Ci — as they hit Philadelphia for an unstoppable night of throwback soul at the Tower Theatre in Upper Darby, PA.  Along with a must-see performance by the original bad boys of R&B, the June 25 concert includes an opening performance by Philly's own soulful R&B/pop group, MPrynt.

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Bilal Album Release

Tuesday, June 30
Philly’s #1 son of soul, Bilal returns home to celebrate the June 30 release of his new collaborative album with producer Adrian Younge, In Another Life. Known for his undeniable grooves, electrifying stage presence and soaring vocals, the Philly-bred soul singer has a cult following of fans that span the globe. Catch Bilal as he brings the party home for a must-hit show at World Cafe Live in University City.

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    • Bilal returns to World Cafe Live in June
      • Bilal returns to World Cafe Live in June
      • Photo Credit: Photo by Kawai Matthews

The Philly Fourth of July Jam With The Roots

Saturday, July 4
The “Largest Free Concert in America,” will rock the Parkway as The Roots, Miguel and other hitmaking artists take the stage followed by an amazing fireworks display over the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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Patti LaBelle, Jeff Bradshaw & Pamela Williams 

Thursday, July 9
This year, the Dell Music Center in Fairmount Park will kick off the 2015 Essence of Entertainment Summer Concert Series with an all-star Philadelphia lineup that includes saxophone phenom Pamela Williams, touring trombonist Jeff Bradshaw and the original R&B/Soul diva Patti LaBelle. 

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Floetry

Friday, July 17 & Sunday, July 26
The soulful duo Floetry is reuniting for a tour this summer — and it’s just what avid R&B fans have been waiting for. On Friday, July 17, the long awaited reunion between the “Songstress” Marsha Ambrosius and the “Floacist” Natalie Stewart will take place right here in Philly at the popular South Street venue, The TLA. Update: The July 17 show is now sold out, a second show as been added on Sunday, July 26.

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    • Marsha's Friends & Lovers Tour
      • Marsha's Friends & Lovers Tour
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly

Babyface, Toni Braxton & Mint Condition 

Thursday, July 23 
Don't miss it as Babyface, Toni Braxton and Mint Condition hit The Dell for an unbelievable R&B throwback Thursday concert in Philadelphia. Together, these still hot and touring R&B greats will sing fans down memory lane with their classic hits like "Unbreak My Heart," "Pretty Brown Eyes" and "When Can I See You." 

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Fantasia & Johnny Gill 

Thursday, July 30
New school meets old when the soulful sounds of Fantasia and Johnny Gill take over Philadelphia for another unstoppable night of music at The Dell. Incredible vocals, soulful grooves and two of the best in the game will make this an one of the many can't-miss shows for the summer. 

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    • Fantasia at the Dell Music Center
      • Fantasia at the Dell Music Center
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC

PJ Morton & Aaron Camper

Thursday, July 30
Briclyn Entertainment is back on the scene and gearing up for another dope show in Philadelphia. On July 30, Bricyln returns to University City music hub World Cafe Live for an incredible night of music with Maroon 5 keyboardist and backing vocalist, PJ Morton. The July show features Philly music transplant Aaron Camper, who is a globetrotting band member for major acts like Jill Scott and Justin Timberlake.

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Anthony Hamilton & Lyfe Jennings 

Thursday, August 6 
Got soul? R&B hitmakers Anthony Hamilton and Lyfe Jennings undoubtedly have a lock on soul. Catch these two hitmaking acts on August 6 for another guaranteed sellout at The Dell. 

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    • Erykah Badu
      • Erykah Badu
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artists

Erykah Badu & Estelle 

Thursday, August 13
After slaying her headling performance at Roots Picnic 2015, Erykah Badu returns to Philadelphia alongside UK songstress Estelle. Don't miss it at these ladies tear down the house like only they can. 

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Must-Hit: Songwriter and Producer Dilemma Brings #INRGI to Pub Webb Live on Friday, June 19

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • June 17, 2015
    • Dilemma
      • Dilemma
      • Photo Credit: Greg Haygood

This weekend, it’s going down at Pub Webb Live — one of the newer Philly venues, which is quickly becoming a hotspot for live entertainment. On Friday, June 19, you can join Philadelphia producer/DJ, Dilemma for what is sure to be a night to remember. His show #Inrgi (en-er-jee) is an exclusive afterdark event that melds nightlife, turntablism and live music elements to create one of the dopest  performances experience that Philly has to offer.

The night will open with special guest DJ hailing all the way from LA, DJ Selectra and feature a diverse mix of music, top-shelf drink specials, and complimentary shot samples. Dilemma’s featured set will be full of fun, surprises — and “Pure Inrgi!” And, after his featured set, the party will continue until 2 a.m.

Dilemma is widely known for his production and work with artists like Jazmine Sullivan, Meek Mill, Bizzle, Chill Moody, and more. But, with this event, Dilemma show us a whole new wavelength to his sound by showcasing his musical prowess as the DJ during this one night only experience.

His work landed him as the resident DJ on the Fuse TV show, The Hustle Afterparty in addition to producing the theme music for TV One’s Verses and Flow. Dilemma continues to be an exciting force both in the production and DJ arena.

Be sure to RSVP as spots are filling up quickly for this limited capacity event. Admission is $10 with RSVP and it is advised that guests arrive early for guaranteed admission. Definitely make this event a weekend priority, you'll be glad that you did.


Pure Inrgi featuring Dilemma
When: Friday, June 19, 9:30 PM
Where: Pubb Webb Live, 1527 Cecil B. Moore Ave.
Cost: $10 with RSVP for a limited time. 21+
More Info: Click here.


CONTEST: Win Tickets To See Jodeci At The Tower Theater On Thursday, June 25

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 16, 2015
    • Jodeci performs in Philadelphia in June.
      • Jodeci performs in Philadelphia in June.
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

Since their debut project Forever My Lady dropped in '91, hit R&B/soul group Jodeci has reigned as one of the world's top male groups. Three decades later — and the fellas are still on the road holding it down with the classic 90s R&B hits. 

On Thursday, June 25, you can catch JoJo, DeVante Swing, Dalvin and "K-Ci as they hit Philadelphia for an unstoppable night of throwback soul at the Tower Theatre in Upper Darby, PA.  Along with a must-see performance by the original bad boys of R&B, the June 25 concert includes an opening performance by Philly's own soulful R&B/pop group, MPrynt.

Old school meets new doesn't get any better than this show's lineup, so we know you want to be in there. That's why we've teamed up with Live Nation to giveaway a pair of tickets to a few lucky fans. Just complete the below entry form for your chance to win big.  

If you don't wan to leave it up to chance, then check out the below concert details to purchase your tickets online. 

You can find the official contest rules here.



The contest entry period is now over.  All winners have been notified!

Jodeci & MPrynt
When: Thursday, June 25, 8 p.m.
Where: Tower Theater, 69th and Ludlow, Upper Darby, PA
Cost: $40-$45
More Info: Buy tickets online here.


Philly 360° Playlist: Aaron Camper Drops A New Single "Hypnotizing"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • June 16, 2015
    • The Creatives: Meet Aaron Camper
      • The Creatives: Meet Aaron Camper
      • Photo Credit: Photo by Matt Robertson / Courtesy of Aaron Camper

Singer/Songwriter Aaron Camper is hitting this week’s Philly 360° Playlist with a brand new, sexy tune called “Hypnotizing.” After traveling the world with renowned artists, it looks like Camp season is in full effect as fans anxiously await his upcoming EP.

“Hypnotizing” is the second single from the forthcoming project set to be released this summer. The BASSic Black Entertainment (BBE) signee teamed up with two of the hottest in the game, including GRAMMY-nominated producer Darhyl “DJ” Camper and Philly's own GRAMMY-nominated songwriter, Kristal “Tytewriter” Oliver, to produce his must-hear track.

Originally a native of Salisbury, MD, Camper made his way to the Philadelphia music scene during a time when the hustle and bustle of Larry Gold’s “The Studio” was the place to be. After learning and watching the greats like The Legendary Roots, Jill Scott and more Camper secured a spot on the road with GRAMMY-winner Tye Tribbett as a part of his “GA” crew of awesomely talented singers.

Teaming up with BBE’s owner and musical director to the stars, Adam Blackstone, Camper released his first solo project Welcome to My World in 2011.  Since then, he has released multiple singles including “Breaking My Heart” featuring Mack Maine and “My Heart” penned by PJ Morton.

Insider Tip: Aaron Camper and PJ Morton will both hit Philadelphia in July. You can get the details on their World Cafe Live show here.

Take a listen to a preview of “Hypnotizing” below and let us know what you think in the comments! Support your local artists, as this single is available for purchase on iTunes as well.


CONTEST: Win Tickets To See Curren$y At The TLA

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 15, 2015
    • Curren$y hit the TLA in June.
      • Curren$y hit the TLA in June.
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Curren$y

We're back with another dope contest. Next up — Louisiana bred rapper Curren$y will be hitting South Street hotspot The TLA later this month.

This New Orleans native and former Young Money artist stays on the move. The rapper formed his own label, Jet Life Recordings, back in 2010 and since then, he's dropped 18 mixtapes, including his latest project Pilot Talk III, which released in April of this year.

Next Friday, streetwear brand Doobi presents Curren$y at The TLA with opening performances by Philly acts Theodore Grams, SincerelyTahj and CHAMPS. For this giveaway, Philly 360° is giving one of our lucky followers the chance to score a pair of tickets to the show.

Want in on the action? Then just complete the below entry form for your chance to win tickets. You can enter the contest daily to increase your odds of winning. If you don't want to leave it up to fate, then check the below listing for a link to buy tickets online.

Either way — #WeInThere.

Click here for official contest rules.


Doobi Presents Curren$y
When: Friday, June 26
Where: The TLA, 334 South Street
Cost: $34 + fees
More Info: Click here to buy tickets online.

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Top Picks: Eight Must-See R&B, Soul & Gospel Concerts At The Dell Music Center In 2015

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 10, 2015
    • Sizzlin' Summer Music At The Dell
      • Sizzlin' Summer Music At The Dell

A staple of the Philadelphia summer music season, The Dell Music Center  is back with an unstoppable lineupof R&B/soul performances. Last year, The Dell unveiled a series of upgrades to their gorgeous outdoor amphitheater and concessions.

Yes, there's no better place to catch R&B, soul and gospel under the Philly sky than this massive, always soldout venue. This year's highlights inlcludes must-see performances by some of the biggest names in the industry, including Patti Labelle, Jeff Bradshaw, Erykah Badu, Estelle, Anthony Hamilton and many more! 

Of course, Philly 360° is here to birng you the deets on all of the show we know that you just can't miss. Take a look at the below list, for our top picks from The Dell's summer music season. Also, you can find the full schedule by visiting www.mydelleast.com


Philly 360° Top Picks: The Dell Music Center Summer Concert Series 2015

    • Jeri Lynne and the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra
      • Jeri Lynne and the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra

Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra

Saturday, June 27
Philly 360° Creative Ambassador, Jeri Lynne Johnson returns to The Dell with her stunning chamber orchestra, Black Pearl. This multicultural group of classical musicians will present a must-hear evening of "Classical Gems" under the Philly sky. 

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Patti LaBelle, Jeff Bradshaw & Pamela Williams 

Thursday, July 9
This year, the Dell Music Center in Fairmount Park will kick off the 2015 Essence of Entertainment Summer Concert Series with an all-star Philadelphia lineup that includes saxophone phenom Pamela Williams, touring trombonist Jeff Bradshaw and the original R&B/Soul diva Patti LaBelle. 

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The 2015 Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour

Friday, July 10
Hosted by Lonnie Hunter, 2015 Inspriation Celebration Gosepl Tour lands in Philadelphia on July 10. This year's show features soul-stirring performances by gospel greats like Yolanda Adams, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Donald Lawrence, DeWayne Woods, Tasha Page-Lockhart, and Ricky Dillard.

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    • PHILADANCO
      • PHILADANCO
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of PHILADANCO

PHILADANCO

Friday, July 17
Philadelphia's favorite dance troupe, PHILADANCO, brings their passion and precision to the Dell's stage for an unforgettable night of black dance. This returning program is always a sellout, so grab your seats soon. 

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Babyface, Toni Braxton & Mint Condition 

Thursday, July 23 
Don't miss it as Babyface, Toni Braxton and Mint Condition hit The Dell for an unbelievable R&B throwback Thursday concert in Philadelphia. Together, these still hot and touring R&B greats will sing fans down memory lane with their classic hits like "Unbreak My Heart," "Pretty Brown Eyes" and "When Can I See You." 

MORE INFO


Fantasia & Johnny Gill 

Thursday, July 30
New school meets old when the soulful music of Fantasia and Johnny Gill lands in Philadelphia to perform at The Dell. Incredible vocals, soulful grooves and two of the best in the game make this another can't-miss show for the summer. 

MORE INFO

    • Fantasia at the Dell Music Center
      • Fantasia at the Dell Music Center
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC

Anthony Hamilton & Lyfe Jennings 

Thursday, August 6 
Got soul? R&B hitmakers Anthony Hamilton and Lyfe Jennings undoubtedly have a lock on soul. Catch these two hitmaking acts on August 6 for another guaranteed sellout at The Dell. 

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Erykah Badu & Estelle 

Thursday, August 13
After slaying her headling performance at Roots Picnic 2015, Erykah Badu returns to Philadelphia alongside UK songstress Estelle. Don't miss it at these ladies tear down the house like only they can. 

MORE INFO
 

    • Erykah Badu
      • Erykah Badu
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artists

Philly 360° Playlist: Official Video for "Midnight" Off LP 'Flight Of The Donn T'

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • June 9, 2015
    • Donn T
      • Donn T
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

In today's musical landscape, Donn T is a breath of fresh air. The Philly singer/songwriter made her debut at this year's Roots Picnic in support of her latest release, Flight of the Donn T. Released on her own indie label, D-Tone Victorious Records, this is her second studio album. On this week’s Philly 360° Playlist, we are featuring the video for her sassy single “Midnight.”

The single was originally on the Gramophonica EP that preceded the full length album and remains a stand out track on the LP. Her voice is smooth and soulful and the supporting background vocals makes you want to sing along during the chorus and reminds you of the 60s sound so many of us love. “Midnight” was also featured in the Lifetime original movie “With This Ring” starring fellow Philly native, Jill Scott.

Donn T’s eclectic style is not just some fad, she explained in a recent interview with The Philadelphia Tribune. “So [what] influenced me to be eclectic is not just some ‘cool thing,’ it’s just what I emote. It is a very natural progression …” And it’s evident in her music. Effortlessly, she blends elements of pop, funk, soul, house and much more to create a unique sound all her own.

Coming from such a talented musical family, it’s no surprise that Donn T’s musical taste would cast such a wide net. The granddaughter of Beachy Thompson, the daughter of Lee Andrews, oh yeah and the sister of Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson of the Legendary Roots Crew. With such deep roots in music, Donn T still showcases her writing and musical abilities apart from anyone she may be related to.

Watch “Midnight” below and let us know what you think in the comments!


AFROPUNK's Battle Of The Bands Philly Hits Voltage Lounge On Friday, June 19

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 8, 2015
    • Philadelphia's music scene takes centerstage.
      • Philadelphia's music scene takes centerstage.
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly

AFROPUNK — New York's notorious urban, multicultural, genre-defying musical fete — is taking it's coveted Battle of the Bands show and contest on the road. This year, in addition to the New York show, AFROPUNK will bring its BOTB acton to two other east coast cities, ATL and Philadelphia.  

Partnering with trusted Philadelphia music brand, Veteran Freshman, the Philadelphia edition of the battle offers a chance to perform at the critically acclaimed AFROPUNK Festival, which saw over 60,000 in attendance last year alone. This year's festival performers include Grace Jones, Lenny Kravitz, Danny Brown, Kelis and more. 

AFROPUNK Battle of The Bands, in addition to providing emerging talents a chance to perform on one of Brooklyn's biggest stages, has also kickstarted the careers of multiple bands: The Skins signing to Rick Rubens label America, Unlocking the Truth signing to Sony, among others. 

Now that the bands have entered, the public has spoken and the top five bands have been announced, it's time to take the battle to the stage. These top five voted bands will battle it out at Voltage Lounge June 19th and winner will play AFROPUNK  2015. Here's the list of the BOTB finalist; PalaceBurn, Zodiak, askmeificarem, Badd Kitti and Troi Lauren.

So, come out and check the best that Philly has to offer as they battle it out to see who has what it takes to play the mainstage at Afropunk 2015. 


Afropunk BOTB Philadelphia
When: Friday, June 19, 7-11 p.m. 
Where: Voltage Lounge, 421 N. 7th Street
Cost: $5 
More Info: Buy tickets online here. 


Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene — June 12 - August 16

Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene When: June 12-August 16 Where: African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch Street Cost: $14, adults; $10, youth (4-12 years), students, seniors More info: www.aampmuseum.org House balls have played a significant role in…

Fantasia & Johnny Gill - Thursday, July 30

Fantasia & Johnny Gill When: Thursday, July 30 Where: The Dell, 2400 Strawberry Mansion Drive Cost: $20-$75 More Info:Click here for more information. New school soul meets old school flavor when Fantasia and Johnny Gill take over Philadelphia for…

PJ Morton & Aaron Camper - Thursday, July 30

PJ Morton & Aaron Camper When: Thursday, July 30 | 8 p.m. Where: World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street Cost: $20 - $25 More Info: Click here to buy tickets. Briclyn Entertainment is back on the scene and gearing…