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  • 06Jun

    BHF History: Through The Lens of the 6th Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival

    “Saturday, it’s a Sat-Ur-Day…Saturday, it’s a Sat-Ur-Day” — De La Soul

    Every year the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival gets bigger and better. From the inaugural fest in Williamsburg in 2005 to The Tobacco Warehouse year’s to last 2010′s week-long behemoth culminating directly underneath the Brooklyn Bridge — BHF pushes the margins every time out. As we prepare for the 7th Annual BHF, let’s take a look back at the 6th featuring performances by Curren$y, Fashawn, Money Making Jam Boys, Aquil, The Crowd, Kalae All Day, Duck Down’s 15th Anniversary performance, Pete Rock & CL Smooth reunion and of course, headliner, De La Soul.

    PURCHASE TICKETS TO THE 7TH ANNUAL BROOKLYN HIP-HOP FESTIVAL FEATURING HEADLINER, Q-TIP AND FRIENDS

    Images by Frank Franklin II and Joe Conzo

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