Date(s) - 10/22/2020
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Do you love discovering new hip-hop artists? Looking for something fun to do on a weeknight? Pitt Program Council, The Chabad House on Campus and the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh invite you to attend a Virtual Concert and Q&A with Nissim Black! Students will have the opportunity to ask Nissim questions at the end of his performance. This is a musical experience you don’t want to miss!
Nissim Black has been a gangsta rapper, a gang member, and a faith seeker. But it is his current incarnation that is here to stay: an African American Hasidic Jew who brings sharp beats and hooked-filled rhymes to the masses. The first single of 2020, “Mothaland Bounce” is a confluence of everything he’s ever done, and everywhere he’s ever been. The vibe is old school, but the song is thoroughly fresh, pairing big beats with an African hook and a catchy chorus for a video that has already garnered 3.9 million views on YouTube.
This unique event will take place Thursday, October 22nd at 8pm via Zoom. No prior registration is needed. The zoom link is here: https://pitt.zoom.us/j/98828952637. In order to attend, you must be a Pitt undergraduate student and sign in using your pitt.edu email account.