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Choyce Miller
Production Assistant at HuffPost Live, Music Influencer, Community Event Director. The Inspiring Network, The Bold Crowd #BrooklynMade

Entries by Choyce Miller

Broccoli City Fest 2016: 26 Shots That Will Make You Want To Relive All The Vibes

(0) Comments | Posted May 12, 2016 | 2:47 AM


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As we all await Broccoli City Fest 2017, it's only right that we visually relive some epic moments from this year's eco-friendly music festival held in the nation's capital. The annual music fest/open air market/health and wellness...

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The Henny Palooza Team Shares Their Favorite Shots of 2015

(0) Comments | Posted December 31, 2015 | 7:45 PM


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It has been a pretty epic 2015 for the creative minds behind Henny Palooza and they're gearing up for an even bigger year ahead.

In 2015, Kameron McCullough and his team took their popular open bar...

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Emilio Rojas 'Imagine That' Video Pays Homage While Keeping It Real

(0) Comments | Posted October 21, 2015 | 11:24 AM

Winter is approaching, and native New York emcee Emilio Rojas is still dropping much-needed heat off his EP "L.I.F.E,," this time with exclusive visuals to his socially conscious track "Imagine That," featuring DeVo D.

"Imagine That" takes a refreshing new spin on Nas and Lauryn Hill's...

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Watch The World Premiere Of Emilio Rojas's 'Imagine That' Music Video

(0) Comments | Posted October 19, 2015 | 6:01 PM

Winter is approaching, and native New York emcee Emilio Rojas is still dropping much-needed heat off his EP "L.I.F.E,," this time with exclusive visuals to his socially conscious track "Imagine That," featuring DeVo D. 
"Imagine That" takes a refreshing new spin on Nas and Lauryn Hill's classic '90s hit "If I Ruled The World," and throughout the video Emilio touches on important topics affecting communities of color such as immigration, the war on drugs and police brutality. Shot in classic black and white by director Fred Focus, the visuals convey a dark and gritty portrait of American life.  
Rojas recently told HotNewHipHop about the inspiration behind the song.

"There are so many things going in the world right now that I felt compelled to at least try and address some of the issues," he said. "The original Nas record came at a crucial moment -- it really put a focus on a lot of the problems plaguing the urban community at the time. My goal with this song was to do a broader, modern play on the concept while paying homage to the original. I really want to be a part of the dialogue that leads to change."
Rojas performed "Imagine That" in August on HuffPost Live's #FreestyleFridays, which streams live each week on Periscope and has welcomed guests including Joell Ortiz, Masta Ace, Nitty Scott MC and more. Tune in this Friday, Oct. 23, at 5:30 p.m. ET for a live performance from Joe Budden. 
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Memorial Day Weekend: 4 Events In Brooklyn Black Culture Will Be Flourishing

(0) Comments | Posted May 22, 2015 | 12:11 PM

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Memorial Day weekend is in full swing and Brooklyn has you covered if you are looking to be around some beautiful black culture. If you still don't have any plans check out some of these events where the melanin will definitely...

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Broccoli City Set to Host 3rd Annual Earth Day Fest in D.C

(0) Comments | Posted April 22, 2015 | 9:20 AM

Broccoli City is set to host its 3rd annual Earth Day festival in Washington, D.C this weekend uniting thousands of diverse groups in the district for a day of art, culture, food, yoga, and a talented line up of musical performances.

Broccoli City Festival 2015 will consist of...

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HennyPalooza: The Party That Twitter Can't Get Enough Of

(0) Comments | Posted December 31, 2014 | 7:25 PM

Photos courtesy of @TanairLG

Hennessy, known to most people simply as "Henny," has been a staple in black culture for decades. It's a cognac that has been loved with pride from generation to generation, and there's always that one family member who...

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Broccoli City Festival: 8 Artists on the Rise Set to Perform

(0) Comments | Posted April 17, 2014 | 11:28 AM


As I continue my quest in tapping into my Third Metric and still finding time to twerk, this weekend I am leaving NYC and taking my talents to the Broccoli City Festival in Washington D.C. This day-long event will feature a...

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