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This February will mark the 3rd year of The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition organizing a "28 Days Of Spit" compilation project featuring nothing but Minnesota Hip Hop talent. The last two years have generated a lot of love and support for the project, with '28 Days Of Spit 2015' being released exclusively through our new web platform here. This year MN-HHC will be another hot February with a host of great local Hip-Hop!
WHAT IS 28 DAYS OF SPIT?
28 Days Of 'Real' Spit originally started as a simple concept during a M.A.C. House LLC meeting.. “During the month of February, we as Hip Hop, need to present nothing but 28 days of that Real Shit!” It was then presented to The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition for support and we couldn’t agree more! This simple phrase evokes a serious commitment to present the most forward thinking concepts that specifically help to preserve Real Hip Hop. So this month is strictly about promoting the higher-self in ALL of us and present this evolved way of being in the best light possible.
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For those who have been following and supporting the work of The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition over the years, you have been instrumental in the growth and development of this multilayered organization. Once again Minnesota is making Hip Hop History, with the launch of our latest technology upgrades to our digital platform known as a ‘Social Media Ready (SMR) Platform’, and aim to take Hip Hop to the next level of Unity.
As many know, The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition (MN-HHC) was founded in 2001. By 2008 the MN-HHC began working directly with KRS-One’s Temple Of Hip Hop, The Stop The Violence Movement, Afrika Bambaataa’s Universal Zulu Nation, and the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (U.N.E.S.C.O.). With 14 years in development, we have organized with several of Hip Hop's pioneers and pillar organizations, along with numerous local community leaders and organizations throughout Minnesota, to establish a national model for Hip Hop Culture.