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#Zrotolerance says
Truth. Love. Courage.

Many Blessings! #ThreeCC is back this season, and with a vengeance! Grr! #BAWOO!!!

This concert rendition of Cardinal Crowd Control's #ZroTolerance will resonate at that familiar wavelength of Truth, Love and Courage. Some of the mightiest poets and MCs Atlanta's indie scene has to offer will be gracing the stage, alongside host Acolyte Zro's new band--Acolyte Zro and LifeFire9.

Acoustic performances will give the evening additional ambiance. But, of course, you know the cypher is alive and strong, and hip-hop aficionados will be on stand by with ticking rhymebombs.

There is no greater way to enjoy a weekend in Atlanta than in the presence of sincere greatness and hospitable thanksgiving. Join us as we celebrate life, sing high notes, and eat well at the world class Apache Cafe, Friday - January 29th. 9.30pm.


Hosted by: Acolyte Zro
Vibes from Jamrock: DJ I


QofCypha House
Acolyte Zro and LifeFire9

The List:

Rica G.
Ashley Inniss
Coll Hand Hayes
Jata Akwen

Sponsored by: Black Noize Media #BLKNZ
Black Noize Media

About Q of Cypha House:
Once in a while we have the unique opportunity to embrace a purely original artist. Aqeela Reyad, better known as Q, is that opportunity. Born and raised in the nation’s capitol (by the way of New York and Miami), Q has been in love with music since her mother introduced her to vinyl albums on easy Saturday mornings. She became engulfed, hypnotized by the sound.

She realized her musical gift when she joined the elementary school glee club, but truly found her sound in high school while singing hooks for local artists. Here, Q realized the potential and possibility of creating and producing music. She began working with producers exclusively, experimenting and working with her music.

Atlanta has been the home where Q has made a mark and name for herself. She writes and records her own music. Her album, Ta Heaven, is a compilation of music, which she calls Galactic Soul—a mixture of classic soul and her transcendental sound. Her stage presence and acts have developed after performing at several local spots, such as Apache Café, Pals, The Loft, 529, Erosol Department Store, and Georgia State University. She has also performed nationally at SXSW in Austin Texas and Miami’s Art Basel, collaborating with artist and producers such as Doctah B Sirius, Jb Methuzulah, Massivelyfe, and Mudnot.
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By: Cardinal Crowd Control

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