Hip Hop Elemental Arts
Six-nine week sessions designed to increase students’ awareness of their unique place and value within the culture they love while presenting opportunities to use their value to transform their world.
MOST RECENT SESSION:: SESSION 5 : MUSIC VIDEO PRODUCTION
Session 6 – Jan 13 – Mar 16
Inquire about scholarships and sibling discounts as needed
BCAI is proud and excited to partner with Stay Relentless Life & Hip Hop Initiative, a Chicago based youth empowerment non-profit organization founded by Chicago Hip Hop Artist, and mentor Daniel “D.Son” Moore.
Stay Relentless centers around providing a creative, artistic, hands-on approach for youth as a positive outlet in the art of Hip Hop and the foundation of nurturing life skills.
Deejaying | Breakdancing
Emceeing | Graffiti
Knowledge | Language
Beatboxing | Fashion
Downloading GET RIGHT communicates...
that these youth not only matter, but you SEE them, that they are supported and loved and protected.
Investing in this track says that you appreciate their vulnerability and hard work, that you’re choosing to invest in THEM
GET RIGHT SINGLE RELEASES ON BANDCAMP!
Visit BCAI on Bandcamp and download our newest adventure:
Blunt, transparent, and mandatory thoughts and expression from 11 emcees ages 9 – adult out of Bloomington and Chicago IL
**All payments or donations over the initial dollar, as well as the first dollar, go directly to our Hip Hop Elemental Arts program, allowing us to continue providing opportunities like this to all youth, regardless of socio-economic status or background.
Released May 1, 2021
In order of appearance:
Kennedy Jeffress aka Skinny
Seven Six Supah
Effy The Beatboxer
Save the date
Session 6 : Spring 2024
Jan 13 – Mar 16
Making a new original song from scratch
Session 7 : Fall 2024
Dates approximately Oct 7 – Dec 14
Making a music video from scratch for Session 6’s track
Session 1: Foundations NY & LA
Welcome to BCAI’s first ever Hip Hop Cultural Arts 6 week session!!!!
an underlying basis or principle
Session 1 Elements:
Interactive Breakdance, Contemporary Hip Hop Dance, Graffiti and Knowledge Building
the customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or other social group
How can we use our connection within Hip Hop culture to impact our world, community, and households?