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We’re back with the second installment of our A&E weekend events round-up. Check out what’s happening on or around campus through Sunday after the jump. More »
On Saturday, Columbians enjoyed a day of rap featuring our resident hip-hop group CUSH, Brooklyn-based rap duo Das Racist, and Snoop Dogg who took the stage in front of hundreds of students and members of the CU community. Check out these exclusive press photos (and video of Snoop’s entrance!) courtesy of Bacchanal’s professional photographers Naomi Ellenson and Elise Gannett. Check out a full review of Bacchanal in today’s Spectator.
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Courtesy of Naomi Ellenson
The winning group in the Battle 4 Bacchanal is also the largest. Columbia University Society of Hip-Hop (known as CUSH) had tons of rappers spitting verses on stage—and even a brass band. When the deliberation was over and the winner was announced, cheers erupted from CUSH and the crowd. Spectrum sat down with CUSH rapper BShip Grady to talk about the group’s win. More »
When it comes to hip-hop and rap, I don’t know that much. Sure I listen to Kanye and Jay-Z but a few years ago I thought this was pretty G. Luckily for me there’s the Columbia University Society of Hip-Hop. I was recently treated to a freestyle session by four CUSH members, Anthony “Ace” Patterson, John Hamilton, Brandon Shipman, and Randolph Carr. Check out the freestyle below and the Eye’s story on them a few weeks ago.