HipStory is proud to announce the fall season of the HipStory House Party Digital series. The upcoming dates for this series include Saturdays, September 26th, October 31st, and November 28th from 7 pm to 9pm at hipstory.org/hshp.
HipStory House Party Digital (HSHP Digital) is the virtual offering of our live HSHP experience. Many local Boston musical and performing favorites such as Latrell James, Oompa, STL GLD, and our own Cliff Notez have hit the HSHP stage. HipStory welcomes our stage to R&B/soul singer Mayah Dyson, singer-songwriter Will Dailey, and Hip-Hop artist Lance Jackson on September 26th. On October 31st, we are excited to share the mic with hip-hop performer Anson Rap$, R&B/soul musician Dom Jones, and future soul duo Optic Bloom. Indie rock group Raavi + Houseplants, Interdisciplinary artist Seerah and our very own co-founder Tim Hall have confirmed for our November 28th HSHP Digital date. We believe that Hip-Hop is one of the most diverse genres of music, and it exists because of the many equally diverse and unique people that influence it.
Just like our in-person House Parties, HSHP Digital will use a “Pay-What-You-Can” ticket price. Due to the multitude of needs for our community, we will donate proceeds from tickets to a national justice-based organization or a local non-profit. Our goal for each event is to raise at least $500. This past summer, HSHP Digital raised $1,435 for the Mass Bail Fund, $520 for the Boston Music Maker Fund, $250 for City Life/Vida Urbana. For our September date, HipStory will be donating the proceeds to The NAN Project. Our three live-streaming performances featured 9 different musical artists, including Anjimile, Najeey Janey, DJ WhySham, Brandie Blaze, Mal Devisa, Dzidzor, Cliff Notez, Pink Navel, Barefoot Chandy, and Just Plain Jones. We are incredibly proud of our summer programming of HSHP Digital and are equally excited about our upcoming fall dates.
HipStory strives to use our platform to fight injustice and destroy the racism that rusts our beautiful city of Boston. HipStory House Party has been a place where artists can show the city that they deserve a space here. If you’ve been wondering how you can help dismantle white supremacy and support black artists, this is it.
Message from the Maker:
“We’re thankful for the continued support to create platforms supporting artists in the digital space. This has been our longest-running program, so we invite you to tune in.” - Co-owner, Tim Hall.
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