More on Hip Hop Helps Heal

The Mend the Home show was awesome. This is the second year we’ve done the H4 show at the Bone and both times it was just out of this world. Eddie Walker took these shots.


Trayce paints the night away. He’s been doing a lot of shows with us lately and has been a great addition to the crew.


The Sunshine Kids on the first ever live art jaunt. They make killer beauty mirrors out of paint, and mirrors, and broken glass, and toys, and light bulbs, and….


Riki Johnson has been doing some gorgeous set ups at our shows lately. It’s good to be surrounded by her colorful art.

We demanded that if Serena Wills was going to move back East, she had to bring us another beauty, soulful female poet as a replacement. Fortunately, she was like, “no problem- meet Alexndra Marie”.


David Rodriguez’s performance with Playdough was the highlight of the night. When David dipped both hands into the bucket and starting throwing paint to the beat, we all lost it.


Detail of David Working.


The man with the plan. GOAT organized the night, a benefit for Genesis Women’s shelter.


Where does the night end? Ihop 5AM, kids.

Each of these artists’ links can be found on the artist and performer page at

post by Michael Lagocki, pics by Eddie Walker


3 Responses to “More on Hip Hop Helps Heal”

  1. I love it! I’ll miss you all so much! MUAH!

  2. It was a beautiful night, indeed. Much love & respect to the ArtLoveMagicians that came out to bring more attention to the cause!

  3. Artlovemagic is down for more hip hop helps heal.
    Keep bringing great events for great causes.

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