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DJ DAVE PAUL presents Hip Hop Hooray
DJ Dave Paul
February 24, 2024 10:00 pm PST (Doors: 10:00 pm )
Brick and Mortar Music Hall , 1710 Mission Street , San Francisco, CA (map)
$10 ADV / $20 DOS
DJ Dave Paul is returning to San Francisco for a funky and unforgettable set that pays tribute to hip hop classics. Paul, who's been spinning records since 1984, is the founder of The Bomb Hip-Hop Magazine and its offshoot record label, Bomb Hip-Hop Records.

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Brick & Mortar Music Hall
1710 Mission Street at 13th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
10pm - 2am / $10 - $20 / 21+ w ID
All ticket sales final. No refunds, no exchanges.

Inspired by the 1979-2004 rap records released by Run DMC, Eric B & Rakim, The Beastie Boys, De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, Big Daddy Kane, Melle Mel, T La Rock, Whodini, KRS-One, Ultramagnetic MC's, E-40, Luniz, Digital Underground, 2 Pac, NWA, Ice Cube, D.O.C., Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill, Pharcyde, Black Sheep, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Salt N Pepa, Roxanne Shante, UTFO, Gang Starr, Biggie Smalls, Organized Konfusion, Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Biz Markie, EPMD, Public Enemy, Jungle Bros, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Doug E Fresh, Slick Rick, Chubb Rock, Stetsasonic, Lords of the Underground, Onyx, DMX, Redman, Missy Elliott... and many more.

Disclaimer: None of the artists whose music we play are involved with this party. This is a fan-based DJ event. Don't be silly, none of the artists (living or dead) will be making an appearance. Enjoy the music, have fun and be kind.

ABOUT YOUR DJ: For over 20 years, DJ Dave Paul has been an integral part of hip-hop and DJ culture. During the late 80s and early 90s his weekly radio show "Beat Box Fridays" on college radio station KCSF in San Francisco was instrumental in breaking many hip-hop records in the Bay Area market. In the early 90s, he launched the now legendary publication, The Bomb Hip-Hop Magazine, and in 1995, Paul transformed the magazine into a record label. The company was named "one of the fifteen independent labels that matter," according to Rolling Stone, and the label's Return of the DJ series was ranked by Spin Magazine as #25 in their "The 90 Greatest Albums of the 90's" (Sept. 1999 issue), receiving a higher rating than Gold & Platinum albums by Lauryn Hill, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Green Day, and Fatboy Slim. Dave Paul has appeared on the front cover of Billboard magazine and is featured in the motion picture Scratch. Mr. Paul has DJ'ed throughout the US, toured Europe, released over 100 projects on his record label and currently produces theme parties.
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