After finding God, I took to my natural instincts and denounced hip-hop and its elements because I viewed them as bad influences. However, I grew up with the culture and therefore could not give up on it that easily. After a 4-month hiatus from hip-hop, I have revamped myself to find the positivity in it.
The Boston hip-hop scene is just oozing with positivity and on Feb. 16, 2013, over 200 people went to Paris Street Art Gallery in Everett to buy sneakers and T-shirts, take pictures of wonderful art, and watch B-Boy/B-girl Battles, and MC performances during Can I Kick it.
Due to my love of positivity I decided to find out why Can I Kick it is good for the youth. “Events like this are good for my kids because it gives them an opportunity to use their money wisely,” said Missy Raduazzo, a parent who brought her children to the event “ and it gives them an incentive to do better in school”.
Written By: Nyadenya Inyagwa
Photo Credit: Reason P & Nyadenya Inyagwa
Sneaker Museum Presents the amazing Brand Jordan Collection
Mr. Tamang the host to the most.
Lady Bugg & the homie Mikey G! (Student 17)
The All Styles Battles were out of this planet.
Idolized by Millions clothing in the building.
Kulturez Dynasty is always for the children!
Sir Charles holding down the Kulturez Table.
Respect to all the B-girls around the World!