[Hip Hop News Now] ‘Silence The Violence’ Event Brings Positivity To Johnstown

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Last night’s ‘Silence The Violence’ event held in Johnstown, Pennsylvania was a huge win for the city’s Hip Hop scene. Over 200 people came out to support the positive event brought to the city by 8 One 4 Us. Not only did folks have a great time, but also importantly, no violence took place at the event. The audience saw great performances last night by local artists D-Ess, Kim King, Club Fresh, and 56 & Runnin’ Ent. artist TEN/27.

R&B artist Ambition, formerly 4Play of Pretty Ricky, was also in attendance. His performance sent all the ladies in the building to the front of the stage, especially as he ended his set shirtless. The highlight of the night, however, was when Grammy award winning artist Mr. Cheeks came through and shut the whole scene down with his performance. Mr. Cheeks got the crowd out of their seats and on the dance floor when he performed a medley of his and the Lost Boyz greatest hits. The audience got to hear songs like “Renee,” Lights, Camera, Action,” and “Music Makes Me High” to name a few.

All in all, the event was a huge success for the city of Johnstown. The Roundtable Empire was very proud to be a supporter of the positive event. Shout out to TEN/27 (Trevy Is Famous) for getting us involved.  Check out some pictures from the ‘Silence The Violence’ event below.

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Alan Cashaw, NAACP Johnstown Branch President

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3 thoughts on “[Hip Hop News Now] ‘Silence The Violence’ Event Brings Positivity To Johnstown

  • March 8, 2015 at 5:21 am

    Mr cheeks was OK..but the R&B sounds of KIM KING she stole the show.I love her voice and the way she dance across the stage. I’m glad it turned out nice..S/O to KIM KING she’s a up and coming star..

  • March 12, 2015 at 1:28 pm

    I truly think it was a good cause it showed people can come together without violence in recent years this city display just that but the show was a success we need to see more like that

  • November 22, 2015 at 7:03 pm

    Fantastic stuff!


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