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Next up is John Lubeen Hamilton, who you’ve probably watched perform at some point or other.  (And if you haven’t, you’ve missed out).  Congratulations Lubeen! Name, Hometown, School: John Lubeen Hamilton, Lubeen, Lube, or any derivation of the aforementioned product Born and raised in Queens, Ny – Saint Albans to be exact. CC student – Shout […]

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ActHop: Lubeen

In the latest dispatch from Bwog’s multimedia unit, we catch up with rap artist Lubeen (aka John Lubeen Hamilton CC’13) as he gets ready to open for Hoodie Allen this Tuesday (it’s in Roone, doors are at 6pm). We talk Clams Casino, Queens, and Columbia [spirit [, or lackthereof]]. Lubeen graciously stuck around to spit […]

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Happy Monday folks!  An early morning press release from CCSC gives us our first official announcement about the Columbia Music Festival (swanky website here), a week(ish) long collaboration between CCSC, Live at Lerner, WBAR, WKCR, Bacchanal, and Postcrypt. The first event of the week is CCSC’s Synaesthesia Kickoff Concert on Tuesday, April 9, where Hoodie Allen will […]

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