CSU, the eyes of hip-hop are upon you.
On Sunday, the true underground of hip-hop will surface when
soon-to-be legendary group Dilated Peoples hit up the Lory Student
Center Main Ballroom.
Getting ready to release their third album, “Neighborhood
Watch,” on April 6, DJ Babu, Iriscience and Evidence are sure to
drop a beat or two on the CSU Campus.
Colorado acts Black Pegasus, DJ Idiom and Accument will warm up
According to the Association for Student Activities Programming
Concert Chair Milena Pastore, the night is shaping up to be a
“We’ve got a multimedia presentation with both urban images and
live images of the crowd and artists,” she said. “This is going to
be a great element for the show. Hopefully it will help the
students forget that they are on campus so they can just
concentrate on having fun. Plus the music is gonna be bangin’!”
There was a scare late Wednesday that the show might not happen
due to a contracting discrepancy with the group, however Melissa
Pester, the ASAP Executive Director said that all kinks have been
worked out and the show will continue as planned.
Tickets are $15 for students and $20 for non-students and can be
purchased at the Lory Student Center info desk.