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Wearth + Hip-Hopulation - London launch party

Wearth + Hip-Hopulation - London launch party

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THIS IS A DIGITAL TICKET, NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT. Your ebook and emagazine will be emailed to you on the day of the release (Sunday 10th December)

Urban Kingdom
and Notting Hill Arts Club in London invite you to join us for a very special launch networking event to celebrate the official release of the new Urban Kingdom book Hip-Hopulation and the new magazine by Generation W Wearth 

With each ticket to this event you will receive digital copies of both Hip-Hopulation and Wearth and exclusive entry into this very special event at Notting Hill Arts Club (W11 3JQ) in London from 8pm - 11pm on Sunday 10th December which will be attended by many of the coolest and most unique creatives and professionals in London. There will be a soundtrack on the night of music by artists in the book and magazine, for you to discover new music all over the world while celebrating being in the heart of London at one of the most iconic creative venues in the luxury of West London. 

HIP-HOPULATION is the new book by former music video director Nick Donnelly as he interviews Hip-Hop artists from around the world while for the first time ever revealing stories from his own career working artists such as Method Man, Freddie Gibbs, Giggs, Akala and many more.
Artists in the book include Ez Mil from the Philippines who has this year signed to, and collaborated with, Eminem; Los Angeles based artist R-Mean whose album this year was produced entirely by Scott Storch and features collaborations with Nas, Method Man, and others; Brazilian Hip-Hop artist BK (who was interviewed in a fish and chip shop in Notting Hill for the book ahead of his sold out show at Jazz Cafe) and many more. You can learn more about Hip-Hopulation here.

WEARTH is the new magazine by Generation W, the groundbreaking independent platform for the uncensored voices of women around the world, which has collaborated with Rock and Roll hall of fame inductees, Grammy winners, Olympic champions, Dames and many more, working in over 25 countries.
The new issue of Wearth features exclusive features with breakdancer B-Girl Roxy, magician Laura London, film critic and host on Girls on Film podcast Anna Smith, photographer Sara Shoots (interviewed at Notting Hill Arts Club) and others as well as musicians from around the world including New York City, Singapore, Switzerland, Nigeria and many more, as well a special feature on Generation W's first UK tour and an interview with Lusaint who also performed at Notting Hill Arts Club this year.
You can learn more about Wearth magazine here
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