Advisory Committee

The Minnesoa Hip Hop Coalition has 10 Advisory Committees, one for each of the 9 Elements, and one that includes a Media Justice focused committee. Each Advisory Committee will have up to 9 sitting members. These Advisory Committee's will focus their efforts on how to enhance, improve, sustain, and provide continuous education about Hiphop Consciousness and Hip Hop Culture.

Each members role is to learn about the Element they bond with, and the specific culture or nature of that element in order to help enhance its being. This nurturing, or cultivation, is what helps each Element to remain update and relevant, or Hip to the moving trends of Hiphop Consciousness, while maintaining the root essence of each Element and its role within the Hip Hop Culture.

Anyone can request to serve on an Advisory Committee of your chosen Element. Each term will run for a min of 6 months at which point members will have a chance to re-fresh their Advisory Committe. Please email us with your interest - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

1.) Breakin Advisory Committee        

2.) Emceein Advisory Committee

3.) Graffiti Advisory Committee

4.) Deejayin Advisory Committee

5.) Beatboxin Advisory Committee

6.) Street Fashion Advisory Committee

7.) Street Language Advisory Committee

8.) Street Knowledge Advisory Committee

9.) Street Entrepreneurialism Advisory Committee

10.) Media Advisory Committee

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The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition

- Advisory Committee Member

(Community Media Organizer)

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CEO of the Welch Agency. Alex Welch has also served his community through the 'Sharing and Caring Hands Non-Profit Organization providing security for Mary Jo Copeland as well as public relations for the north side communities in Minneapolis. He has studied music as a child and has also used his talents as a event promoter to organize local hip hop events as a member of the Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition. Conducting interviews on the state of Hip Hop and how it affects and shapes our youth. And has been involved with the asstince with talent development through the High School of Recording Arts. Mr. Welchs's goal is to further establish a talent agency to where consultation and management is provided to assist, protect, and keep young artist informed to how to navigate the music industry.

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The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition

- Advisory Committee Member

(Street Knowledge)


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I Am Hiphop Kultural Specialist Kable 'One' Reid of the Temple Of Hip Hop studying under the linage of Afrika Bambaataa, Kool DJ Herc, the Teacha KRS-One, directly guided and taught by Teacha as well as Minista Zin Uru of the Temple Of Hip Hop.


b. 1977

Educator. Philosopher. Community Developer. Organizer.

Marketing. Advertising. Promotion. Public Relations.

Hiphoppa. Emcee. Producer. Designer. Artist.

International Peace Ambassador for the United Nations/U.N.E.S.C.O. Document "
The International Hip Hop Declaration Of Peace"

Hiphop Kultural Specialist - Temple Of Hip Hop M.A.S.S (Ministry Archive School Society)

International Coordinator - Hip Hop Appreciation Week / Hiphop History Month / Stop The Violence Movement

National Promotions Director - Vigilant Promotions & PR



As a result of Slavery, Immigration, and the Civil Rights Movement, Kable Reid was conceived from two mixing worlds which eventually lead him to be directly involved with the peace movement throughout The United States for more than 15 years now. His work with Vigilant Promotions for the last 13 years has been devoted to creating a more peaceful society through art and community involvement. He and his team of agents for social change have helped to create and implement a wide variety of campaigns along with other efforts for numerous indie and major artists, non-profits, corporations, start-up businesses, political campaigns, colleges, and numerous other related public institutions. With a track record of innovative business development & restructuring, community engagement, volunteer work, and sitting as Lead Coordinator and Board Member for several philanthropically minded businesses, he works to bring this energy and focus to furthering Universal Peace Now through music and lifestyles they convey aka culure.