DJ Slick Vick joins forces with Cakeswagg and Bernadine to perform in and outside the exhibition “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation,” part of the Sound Bites: Nancy Lee Clark Concert Series. Hear from the artists throughout their performances as they speak with WBUR’s Arielle Gray, sharing insights into their music and discussing their connection to hip-hop’s transformative power across generations.
Slick Vick is a young music visionary best known for her diverse range of musical interests and high-energy DJ sets. She believes that music is a universal language that connects humanity and she values the dance floor as a sacred space where human connection is found and amplified.
Cake Swagg has been rapping for close to a decade. She drops a new freestyle on her website every week, spitting verses over a wide variety of instrumentals. Her newest single, “Ferb & Phineas,” is out now.
Bernadine is a dynamic spoken word artist, keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, blogger, and the founder and CEO of the consulting company Know Your Truths. Speak Your Truths.
Runtime: 107 minutes
Available for rent through the run of “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation.”
Three-day rental starts with first viewing of video.
The video may be watched up to three days after the exhibition's closing date.