Buma Rotterdam Beats completes festival line up 4th edition
The fourth edition of Buma Rotterdam Beats, taking place from November 14-16, will be showcasing some of the most exciting acts in the urban bass & beats genre. New exclusive names that are added to the festival program include innovative hip-hop producer Black Milk from Detroit, groundbreaking talent rapper/singer Mr. Probz from The Netherlands, popular drum ‘n bass duo Camo & Krooked from Vienna, and rapper Rockie Fresh from Chicago who is signed to Rick Ross’ record label. These latest additions complete the line-up of the Buma Rotterdam Beats festival.
In Denmark electronic soul is entering a new and exciting phase, in the United States an openly gay rapper makes noise in the popular queer rap scene, in Australia a dynamic band is breathing new life into the legacy of J Dilla, and a London duo are re-defining the post-dubstep landscape. And while Dutch producers make their mark on the international pop scene with banging beats, a national rapper picks up an acoustic guitar and conquers the charts.
All of them will appear at Buma Rotterdam Beats, ensuring a strong and varied festival, which takes place on 14, 15 and 16 November at various locations around Rotterdam’s city centre.
Alongside Mr. Probz, Black Milk, Camo & Krooked and Rockie Fresh, other new names added to the festival program are popular South African DJ Black Coffee, as well as Coely, the Antwerp rapper with Congolese roots, garage DJ Chaiba, Dutch drum ‘n’ bass pioneers Pamb & Harsh and Jeff Solo.
Previously Buma Rotterdam Beats confirmed the presence of one of the biggest live sensations of the moment, Hiatus Kaiyote from Australia, Ryan Hemsworth from Canada, ‘queer rapper’ Zebra Katz from the US, electronic soul from Denmark’s Quadron, post-dubstep sensation Mount Kimbie from the UK, S O H N, rapper Oddisee (with a live band), Roses Gabor, Boaz van de Beatz presents Nouveau Riche Music, Gorgon City, rappers Watsky and WAX, Sevdaliza, Pink Oculus, SirOJ (with a live band), Maydien, Dream Koala and D E N A from Germany.
Buma Rotterdam Beats boast both a day and night program. The daytime conference offers a program for an international industry audience, and features an extensive program aimed at helping national talent, workshops, interactive Q&A’s, plus beats and demo pitches, networking opportunities and business panels. In the evening, the festival will present the latest emerging trends and bands, at a series of concerts, showcases and parties in various locations around the city. Passes for the festival, and combi tickets for the festival and conference program are available through the website.
For more information: www.beats.nl
Buma Rotterdam Beats is organized by Stichting Rotterdam Beats, an initiative of Buma and supported by Sena.
This event is part of the yearly agenda of Rotterdam Festivals. For a complete overview visit www.rotterdamfestivals.nl