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JaciCaprice Clark on Detroit, Relationship-Building and How Hip Hop Is Still At Work!

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E-Flier with a black and white photo of the artist, JaciCaprice Clark on the top right side corner wearing a black hat, glasses, black long sleeve shirt and their arms hugging themselves as they hold onto 3 different microphones in a warehouse type of room. To the left of the photo is Hip Hop Bruha's logo with an animated image with 4 arms holding a microphone, spray can, bullhorn, and vinyl with the text "Hip hop Bruha."

Join Hip Hop Bruha’s host, DJ Kuttin Kandi in a discussion with JaciCaprice Clark about the importance of connectedness and building relationships; the need to be innovative while maintaining the foundations of Hip Hop Culture and how Hip Hop is still at work with its powerful movement around the world as she highlights Detroit’s historical origins and the way artist cultural organizers are loyal to their beloved city.


JaciCaprice Clark is a visionary who faces any challenge with her eyes wide open. She is also an accomplished vocalist/producer and has worked on several projects throughout her career. Because of her diversity of talents, JaciCaprice is known as a “Swiss army knife” by those who have worked with her. She excels in writing, beat production, musical arrangement, artist development, vocal coaching, graphics production, and much more. Her musical and lyrical styles have been compared to those of Lauryn Hill, Marsha Ambrosius, and Ledisi, yet she continues to create a style of music that is all her own. She believes that “music makes the world go ‘round”, and uses lyrics and rhythm to encourage people from all over the world to connect with one another in perfect harmony. Jaci participated in the first cycle of Next Level as a beatmaker for Team Zimbabwe. Since then, she served as site manager for Next Level Croatia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Australia, Jordan, and Russia. Pronouns: she/hers.


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