Masta Ace & Marco Polo (Brooklyn) Jeru The Damaja (Brooklyn) Apollo Brown (Detroit) feat. Stu Bangas (Boston)

Masta Ace & Marco Polo (Brooklyn) Jeru The Damaja (Brooklyn) Apollo Brown (Detroit) feat. Stu Bangas (Boston) Konzert

Veranstaltungsort: Skaters Palace – Cafe

Einlass: 19:00

Beginn: 20:00
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Palace Lounge,Kingstar, Liba, BunBitesBeef, Titus Münster pres.
Masta Ace & Marco Polo (Brooklyn)
Jeru The Damaja (Brooklyn)
Apollo Brown (Detroit) feat. Stu Bangas (Boston)


03.03.2023 Skaters Palace, Münster
Doors 19Uhr
Start 20Uhr



Regarded as one of Brooklyn’s staple figures in the East Coast hip-hop scene, Masta Ace returns to the main stage after his sold-out show last June.
His flows have influenced the likes of Eminem, Rakim and Big Daddy Kane to name a few, in a career that has spanned over two and a half decades.
Beginning in 1990 with his debut solo record Take a Look Around, he showed that he still has what it takes with 2016’s excellent The Falling Season and 2019’s single Breukelen “Brooklyn”.
East Coast hip-hop royalty live in Münster!
Jeru the Damaja aka D. Original Dirty Rotten Scoundrel was born and raised in the East New York section of Brooklyn where the everyday occurrences around him from an early age later became the source from which his rhymes flow.
Jeru introduced his unique “hardcore conscious” style to hip-hop audiences on “I’m The Man”, a track on Gangstarr’s 1992 Daily Operations album. In 1993 he cemented his place in the hip-hop world by releasing the now classic single “Come Clean” from his legendary album, The Sun Rises in the East.
The Wrath of the Math was released two years later which included the hit singles “Ya Playin’ Yaself” and “Me or the Papes”. He was proclaimed the saviour of hip-hop due to his honest and straight forward critique of the state of hip-hop music at the time.
Apollo Brown returns to Europe with the third installment of his newly annual Beat Life tour.
After last time‘s mesmerizing run with Wu Element¬¬ producer Bronze Nazareth, Apollo is set out to
bring you a little more dirt and grit this time around.
For Beat Life III, Boston based Producer Stu Bangas fits that mold.
Most of you will know of Stu Bangas who has been an integral part of the underground hip hop scene for more than a decade
and most of you will be aware of the huge body of work he’s created over the past 10 years and essentially all of you will have nodded, bumped or banged your head to one of his tracks whether you knew it or not. Stu Bangas is a driving force behind some of the undergrounds best albums and anthems such as Beats & Blood, Cannibal Hulk, Machete Mode and Watson & Holmes.
He also drops some first class production for your favourite artists like Jadakiss, Vinnie Paz, Apathy, Sean Price, Chino XL, Method Man and MANY more.
As usual, this will be a night filled with good BEATS and simply good MUSIC. “Just imagine that you’re all my best friends; you’re at my house, in my living room, chillin’ to some good HipHop.
Bring your friends, have a drink or two, and let’s all vibe out“.
Good BEATS can make any night better, so your presence is urged.“
-Apollo Brown

Masta Ace & Marco Polo (Brooklyn) Jeru The Damaja (Brooklyn) Apollo Brown (Detroit) feat. Stu Bangas (Boston)