FRESH FEST DESIGNS CLOTHING

Blackberry Entertainment holds launch party for FRESH FEST DESIGNS clothing line at Justins Restaurant.

“FRESH FEST,” established in 1984, was one of the biggest and most successful concert tours in Hip-Hop history. The original tour lineup featured Run DMC, Kurtis Blow, Newcleus, the Fat Boys and Whodini.

Blackberry Entertainment is thrilled to welcome back the styles of Hip-Hop’s past through FRESH FEST DESIGNS – the first clothing line dedicated to timeless Hip-Hop. The stylistic objective of the line is to keep the culture of Hip-Hop alive while paying homage to the musical vets of this era.

Blackberry Ent. made headlines when they kicked off the return of FRESH FREST with Whodini, Slick Rick, Doug E. Fresh, Dana Dane, Biz Markie, Nice & Smooth, Chubb Rock and former members of the Sugar Hill Gang at the New York City Hammerstein Ballroom in 2005.

Blackberry Ent. will again raise headlines to FRESH FEST DESIGNS clothing at Justins Restaurant on June 21, and anticipate the release of an exclusive, limited edition signature collection signed by legendary Hip-Hop artists.

The event will be sponsored by “Bocaj” Vodka, with one-hour open bar and Music by DJ S&S. Special thanks to the line’s designers, Jonas Jean, Karl J. Folabit, Stephen Benedict, J. Poison and J. Bailey.

Reps at Blackberry Entertainment have stated they will, “continue with future FRESH FEST shows, in addition our new venture FRESH FEST DESIGNS will allow us to keep Hip-Hop alive and give back to the creators of a multi billion dollar industry.”

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  1. The basketball and hip-hop culture fusion that was born in 1984 that is now being called The “Dunkadelic-Era” In America, 1984-Present will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary during the year 2009. The “Fresh Fest” in 1984 was one of the 5 major events that led to the birth of the era. Visit http://www.youtube.com/dunkadelictv to see the informative interview on The “Dunkadelic-Era”.

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