At last year's Peanut Butter & Jelly Party, producers, artists, media and fans partied into the night on the roof of the McKendree United Methodist Church. The showcase had people talking all week long, drawing rave reviews and praise from the music industry.
"The Peanut Butter & Jelly Party's Hip-Hop on the Rooftop was the freshest and the most well done showcase I have ever seen," says Jacob Henley, Vice President of Fathom Sounds. "The hip-hop community [is] finally a vital piece of the diverse musical puzzle."
"I feel like the luckiest person alive," says Tim Trudeau, President of Syntax Records. "I get to work with people whom I love, making music that I love, and together we get to shed light on the best hip-hop our market has to offer."
Along with MySpace.com, Rockstar Energy Drinks, GospelDepot.com and Syntax Records, partners also include Stewart Sound, Fathom Sounds, MCOM, Litho Express, ABF U-Pack and The Loft Nashville.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. The entrance to The Loft Nashville is located just a few steps across the street from the Renaissance Hotel and Nashville Convention center on Commerce street. Admission is free with a GMA Music Week pass.