The show featured local arts Leeanne Stoddart & Tan Poetry, B-Girl Hanifa Queen, Cherelle Skeete, Amanda Hemmings. On the main stage hosted by Marverine Cole and Soweto Kinch was up and coming Birmingham dub step rapper Roxxxanne, RPM, Yelitza, Cherrelle Skeete (This time with Jazz Band Working Tittle), Sarah Sayeed (who i've worked with before in Jonzi D Production's The Surgery), Judy House, Michaela The Poet, Tan, spoken word artist Zena Edwards, The Lovers Rock legend Janet Kay (She was amazing on stage and showed us that she had skills on the drums too), Speech Debelle, Eska Mtungwazi (another amazing performance) and Ms Dynamite performing her urban classics.
Birmingham's rapper Justice was also on the bill but missed her show but was there to support her sisters.
It may of been a gray day with a few rain drops but it didn't stop us enjoying the event.
The after party which myself and DJ Winchester did was mad nice, i was happy to return home all mashed up after being on stage in the day and doing the after party at late noon i can only say... I Love This Job.