The creators of SHAOLIN JAZZ proudly present a unique event catered to lovers of Martial Arts flicks, the music inspired by the films, and everything else in between….CAN I KICK IT?
Please join us the 4th Thursday of every month from 8pm-12am @ Marvin, where two martial arts films will be screened throughout the venue and will be backed by a soundtrack of Hip-Hop, Funk, Soul and cinema soundbites mixed live by DJ 2-Tone Jones. SHAOLIN JAZZ - Art and additional visuals will also be on display.
Please join us for the 1st installment of CAN I KICK IT? Thursday June 26th, 2013, 8pm-12am, where we’ll be screening “5 Deadly Venoms” and “36th Chamber of Shaolin.”
RSVP here: www.CanIKickItDC.eventbrite.com
Introducing the next installment of the SHAOLIN JAZZ DREAM GIRLS series with DREAM GIRLS – NYC.
For those of you who are unfamiliar, DREAM GIRLS is a nod to the 90′s female Hip-Hop head, who is just as knowledgeable, confident, participatory, and literate in Hip-Hop culture as her male counterparts – essentially a male Hip-Hop head’s ‘Dream Girl.’
Similar to our DREAM GIRLS – DC edition, our NYC photo shoot highlights a day in the life of four friends (during a summer in Brooklyn, NY), Hip-Hop enthusiasts, who are rocking product from our newly expanded range of SHAOLIN JAZZ Apparel.
Instead of women playing “the-back” the DREAM GIRLS are in the forefront: hardcore yet tempting, raw yet feminine, strong yet alluring, casual yet striking.
Welcome to Part 1 of our Summer 2014 DREAM GIRLS – NYC photo shoot. Shot by Chris Carr (Eat The Cake NYC), featuring Dyesha Hicks, Melanie J.B. Charles, Boshia Rae-Jean, Whitney Brown, and Laura Weyl.
For the full shoot click here.
organicanagram said: Can you get me a working link for the Shaolin Jazz Project? Everything seems to be dead and I'd love to hear it!
Sorry about that. Our hosting site froze the link for a while, but it’s back up and running. Here it is: https://rapidshare.com/#!download|812p1|2513217127|Shaolin_Jazz_-_The_37th_Chamber.zip|101143|0|0
Last night in Philly was pretty dope….just like every other time I go to visit. Good vibes, plentiful drinks, a real cool spot, mad jawns, and the music….well what can I say……it wasn’t too bad at all.
Here’s a few memories caught on camera by the homie Chris Carr (Eat the Cake NYC).
If you don’t already know about it, then it’s time to get hip.
The revolution won’t be televised, but it will be on Youtube. #BelieveInGodsIlla (Taken with Instagram)
From August 2-5, 2012 the 1st Annual Blackstar Film Festival will take place in Philly and the Shaolin Jazz Project will be there to kick things off with a special invite-only event.