EventsTrap History: Atlanta Culture and the Global Impact of Trap Music- Virtual Book Club Discussion

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Trap History: Atlanta Culture and the Global Impact of Trap Music- Virtual Book Club Discussion

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

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Skip Mason Vanishing Black Atlanta Book Club in partnership with Auburn Avenue Research Library will present a virtual discussion on Trap History: Atlanta Culture and the Global Impact of Trap Music, featuring the author, A.R. Shaw.

“Set against the backdrop of America's drug war, Atlanta’s urban communities, and the city’s vibrant music scene, Trap History takes an introspective look at the birth, rise, and global impact of Trap music. From past interviews and firsthand encounters with Trap music artists such as T.I., Gucci Mane, Jeezy, Future, and Migos, A.R. Shaw takes readers on a journey that is informative, entertaining, poignant, and inspiring. Trap History stands as the first book that firmly details the origins of the rap subgenre, Trap music.” 

Request Zoom link- skipmasonvanishingblackatlanta@gmail.com

NOTE: Event Time CHANGE- 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

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