Czech hip hop
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Czech hip hop is a hip hop musical subculture in the Czech Republic. Its history began after the Velvet Revolution in 1989.[dubious ] Since that time the subculture have started to become an influential urban phenomenon with lots of bands, clubs and hip hop festivals appearing all around the country.
Czech hip hop bands
- Naše Věc
- Prago Union
- Peneři Strýčka Homeboye (PSH)
- Hypno 808
- Yzo gang 420
- Archetyp 51
- Fuerza Arma
Czech hip hop festivals
Hip Hop Kemp
Hip Hop Kemp is an international hip hop festival held every August in eastern Bohemia, Czech Republic. It is one of the biggest hip-hop festivals in Europe, with an audience of almost 20,000. The festival takes place in late August, usually in Festival Park, Hradec Králové, and has been running since 2002.
Originally staged at the areál koupaliště Cihelna in Pardubice, Hip Hop Kemp has become a meeting place for fans of hip hop culture from across the globe. Numerous stages and hangers have a full line up of local and international DJs as well as artists, breakdancers and graffiti artists over the course of three days.
To cater to a growing international audience, the promoters added English hosts to the main stage, to present the acts alongside the Czech language host. More hangers have also opened as stages offering other related genres such as grime, dubstep, and club music.
- Scratch ex-The Roots
- Tajai - Souls Of Mischief
- Phi - Life Cypher
- The Regime
- Zion I
- Mr. Mention
- Ranking Fire & Brother Coms
- United Flavour
- Cream.cz - your favourite rappers favourite website
- BigUp.cz - Czech hip hop music portal
- Official site of the Urban Rapublic festival
- German official site of Urban Rapublic
- Official website
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