Twelve-year-old hip hop artist Micah “Lil’ Dude” Brown will be showcasing his video, “You Hear Me Knocking” and ‘I forgive You Dad” as well as performing one of his latest cuts with DJ Judge Mental spinning behind him on Saturday, November 10.
This little package commands the stage and his audience in a big way. Don’t sleep on this private event because the industry is about to make way for Lil Dude, “Hip Hop’s Next Generation.”
What: Lil’ Dude’s Video Release Party (Private Event)
When: November 10, 2007
Where: 42 Forsyth Street (Downtown between Marietta and Walton Streets)
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
RSVP: 404-734-3963 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Lil’ Dude:
“Good things come in small packages…” – and even greater things com in a Lil’ Dude. Born October 1, 1995 in Detroit, Mich., this little guy lives, breathes and exudes the essence of true hip hop. Beginning his love affair with hip hop at the mere age of four, by six years old, Lil’ Dude was leaving audiences amazed with his high energy performances at local venues, open mic nights, special school programs, non-profit events, music festivals and even weddings through out his home town of Milwaukee, Wis.
With a mission to maximize his talents and take advantage of bigger and better opportunities, at the age of nine, Lil’ Dude and his family moved to Atlanta, Ga. Working as a hip hop and spoken word artist while pursuing his acting and modeling career, Lil’ Dude quickly became acquainted with industry professionals as he landed a major voice over commercial with Hilshire Farms which airs on urban radio across America. He also made the cover of Scholastic Magazine and appeared in Cartoon Network’s “Cartoon Fridays.”
Now at 12, he’s already performed for audiences of 18,000 including Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival alongside Grammy-winning, Arrested Development. He also performed at The Russell Simmons Sponsored Pioneers Block Party for The Kids of the South Bronx Going Back To School held at the legendary MOORE HOUSES PARK. He’s reaching even higher as he prepares for his next show opening for the legend of all legends, Stevie Wonder, with a group of Atlanta’s premier teen talents.