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Although he isn\u2019t a native of The Queen City, Mehka hopes that viewers will come to know a vibrant music
scene that he believes has been overlooked, like so many other smaller cities and towns. \u201cCharlotte\u2019s hip hop
scene is like so many other places that I\u2019ve seen in my travels. They have their own style and celebrities, but
have yet to break into the mainstream largely in part to its location and small town perception. I hope this
documentary shines a spotlight not only Charlotte, North Carolina but all the \u201cCharlottes\u201d of the world,\u201d
This invite only premiere (and reception) is the first of its kind to be held in Charlotte, and has already begun
to generate a strong buzz within the music community. The documentary features involvement from the
greats of the city\u2019s past and the best and brightest talents from its future."Crown Royalty: The History of
House Records, Ike Turnah, Big Treal, Tiny T, Wolly Vinyl and Kam Moye, Royal-Tee, Maui, The Transfers,
Sonny Rich, and more as they tell the tale of a city like so many others overlooked and overflowing with
Amped 4-A-Cure is the official charitable partner for the event. Confirmed promotional and media partners for the daytime social event include Carolina Hustle/SheBloggin.com, Wordonthestreetsmag.com, Go Hard Entertainment, Liquor House Records, and Publicity Pieces.
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