Brookfest has a new headliner for the second time within one week. Rapper Yung Gravy will now perform after Lil Tecca dropped out, according to an email sent less than 24 hours before the concert begins.
Rap music today reflects the messages of both Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. Rappers have used their platforms and lyrical talent to express to their audiences that the fight for equal rights for the Black community is not over.
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at Stony Brook University (SBU) released the Brookfest 2020 Artist Poll in an attempt to gather student opinions and desires ahead of the yearly concert set to take place next semester in the spring.
Fresh off the release of his most anticipated and third studio album “Astroworld,” Travis Scott’s “Wish You Were Here” tour brought together his longtime fans and newcomers for one night of ultimate raging on Nov. 27 at Madison Square Garden.