Charlamagne Tha God Compels Politicon

 

A staple in the Hip-Hop culture, Charlamagne Tha God has decided to use his fortune to create a platform where unclaimed voices can be heard. Speaking on issues that unite the community; even through debate, it allows for a dialog to be birthed. Through his edge he has acquired an impressive following. Leading them through books, such as “Black Privilege” which ranked sixth in the New York Times of bestselling hardback nonfiction on May 7 2017, interviews and his show in IHeart Radio; The Breakfast Club, he has lead them down the path of politics through commentary from the likes of Michael Eric Dyson to Hillary Clinton.

 

Joining forces with Ari Melber of MSNBC stature. The outspoken correspondent formatted his own show though MSNBC where he shares his views on politics married with a Hip-Hop edge. His spirit resonated with the message of Hip-Hop and with the current political climate initiated by Donald Trump he has used that to speak on the societal injustices that have simmered far too long. Melber sees a correlation between the nature of Hip-Hop and the nature of our system and our system may be a bit off course. Click Here for more information.

 

Politicon, held annually in Los Angeles. This conference provides outlets through informative debates mingled with a variety of comedy Q&A’s and the like. Engulfed in the influence of well-known political figures and heavy hitters of the entertainment industry. It is not by chance that Ari Melber and Charlamagne tha God paths would intersect.

 

Coexisting in the notion that a culture systemically silenced should have an opportunity to express their views. Principally when it comes to matters of politics and power. Ari and Charlamagne will administer a dose of reality on Sunday working together for the common good of the people.

 

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