Black History Is Now: Phenomenal Black Music
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Spotify is hosting a two day immersive exhibit-style pop-up for Phenomenal Black Music in NYC celebrating 32 phenomenal songs and women, with representation ranging across genres and generations—from Bob Marley and Mary J. Blige, to Lil Nas X and Lizzo. The exhibit will feature a look into the songs and artists with stories curated by music journalist Jewel Wicker, interactive elements curated by the Spotify creative team, surprise merch drops, and performances and panels throughout the weekend. As part of the experience, Spotify partnered with Levi’s to build out a customization station. Guests can pick out patches designed by Joe Fresh and Jamilla Okuba and have them pressed onto Levi’s jackets. For more information on the campaign head to blackhistoryisnow.com Note: Limited merch drops will be available throughout the weekend on a first come first serve basis, but merch is not guaranteed.
Venue: 109 Wooster Street
109 Wooster Street
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