‘Electric’ festival highlights hip-hop culture at Jacksonville’s James Weldon Johnson Park – What We Know!

‘Electric’ festival highlights hip-hop culture at Jacksonville’s James Weldon Johnson Park

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Hip-hop was entrance and middle at James Weldon Johnson Park on Saturday.

Dozens of individuals attended the primary hip-hop pageant hosted by park officers. It featured graffiti artists, rappers, singers, dancers.

Organizers mentioned they needed to do that to have fun Jacksonville’s hip-hop tradition in an inclusive approach, and those that attended caught the vibe.

Folks on the occasion mentioned hip-hop resembles perseverance and provides many individuals pleasure.

The performers and organizers of the occasion mentioned they couldn’t be extra excited to have one thing like this in Jacksonville.

“It’s the tradition. It’s electrical,” mentioned artist Flash the Samurai.

Liz McCoy, government director of James Weldon Johnson Park, mentioned the success of the occasion speaks for itself.

“That is the primary time that we’ve ever performed a hip-hop pageant at James Weldon Johnson Park however it gained’t be the final,” McCoy mentioned.

Contributors described the occasion as a breath of recent air.

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“Duval has such a wealthy historical past of simply tremendous dope artists so I’m glad that stuff like that is taking place so folks can get extra in tuned with town and with what’s happening in our metropolis,” DJ Mas Attraction mentioned.

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