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WestCoast Hip-Hop Unites
Published on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 (11:04 a.m.)AHAT brings West Coast HipHop together for the 3rd installment of their
annual event “How the West Was Won”
Las Vegas, NV---On January 19, 2013 Emcees from Las Vegas, California, Texas, and Utah will lyrically battle at AHAT's annual event “How the West Was Won”. OD the Founder/CEO of AHAT states, “the purpose of the event is to bring emcees from different parts of the West Coast together and show everybody that we have unity in the Hip-Hop community”. AHAT 47 How the West Was Won takes place at the World Famous Johnny Toccos Boxing Gym in Las Vegas NV.
OD, who is also a Radio Personality for Power 88 in Las Vegas, will host the event. Some emcees who will partake in the event include: Cocky (CA), Sic Vic (TX), Donnie Menace (Las Vegas), Grinda (Las Vegas), Lil Sexxy (Las Vegas), Yung Pop (CA), Big Kree (TX). All the battles will be posted on the official AHAT website (www.ahat.tv). The event is from 7-11pm and entry is $10 before 8pm and $15 after 8pm. Attendees can RSVP at http://www.facebook.com/events/480236602029234/.
AHAT is a West Coast Hip-Hop Movement that started in 2008. The AHAT Movement includes the AHAT Rap Battle League which is one of the biggest battle leagues in the world. AHAT has garnered over 30 MILLION views and over 50,000 subscribers on Youtube (youtube.com/allhiphopallthetime). AHAT Rap Battle League has four divisions Las Vegas, California, Texas, and Utah.
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