Trap Music Museum Hosted “A Celebration of Everything Black”


( ENSPIRE Entertainment ) Trap Music Museum with Its Partners Hosted a Weeklong Celebration of Art, Music, and Film

ENSPIRE Contributor: LaShonda Thompson

Trap Music Museum (TMM), in collaboration with B.A.M. Creative (Branding Marketing & Advertising), held “A Celebration of Everything Black,” a weeklong celebration of art, music, and film that celebrated black excellence, strength, community service, and contributions, as well as its innovation. Microsoft, Atlanta United, Black Voters Matter, Footlocker, Beyond Buying The Block, A3C, The Big Black Pop Up, Techsgiving, Ciroc, Audiolux, and others partnered with the Trap Music Museum. In addition, dapper Dan, Van Lathan, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Tamika Foster Raymond, and others were special guests.

The events were held from Wednesday, June 16th – Sunday, June 20th, with a long list of activities that covered all aspects of art, music, and films.

Photographer Credit: Jonathan Hinds

Bridging The Trap: As an emblem of their philanthropic efforts, Trap Music Museum hosted a giveaway on Father’s Day. We saw how the pandemic impacted learning in our community, and we chose to step up to the challenge by partnering with those who care to provide a way for us to continue to excel. B.A.M! Creative and Microsoft gifted laptops, headphones, and Footlocker provided special care packages for fathers.

Trap Gallery: Highlighting art created by HBCU Students and Alumni. Also, there was a panel hosted with successful Black artists.

AUC Film Fest: This Film Fest showcased film projects from AUC students and featured an engaging dialogue with some of today’s top black entertainment creatives changing the face of the Film & TV industry today. Students from Clark, Spelman, and Morehouse showcased their film work.

Photographer Credit: Fire Media Group ( l to r Mike Flynn, Nicholas Maye, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Van Lathan)

BlackFNO (Fashion Night Out): Black culture and style have influenced the catwalks, magazines, and streetscapes around the globe for centuries. BlackFNO celebrated the contributions of the culture with a mix of interactive exhibitions, shopping, networking, and a candid conversation around Black influence, purchasing power, and the obstacles of being Black in Fashion with the iconic Dapper Dan.

Block Party: This event highlighted over 30 black business vendors from across the country to put money back into the community.

About B.A.M! Creative: B.A.M! Creative reimagines how corporate and culture coexist through experiential activations, content, and branding.

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