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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Cleveland Rapper Case Bargè to Premiere New Music Video at the Winchester

Posted By on Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 8:48 AM

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Local rapper Case Bargè has overcome many obstacles during his career to become one of the city’s top talents. Last year, Scene writer Emanuel Wallace wrote, “His music is conscious, passionate and determined and has drawn comparisons to contemporaries such as Andre 3000, Childish Gambino and Kendrick Lamar, among a few others."

Barge has just announced that he’ll host a premiere of his new music video, "Manifest," at 7 p.m. on Monday at the Winchester. Shot and directed by Josh Teplitz, the video aims to address “controversial issues” such as politics, religion, today’s media, and society as a whole."

A Q&A will follow the first screening and all guests will be welcomed to ask Bargé and Teplitz any questions regarding the track or visual. There will also be spoken word by Britton Grace, music by ALOOF's UnknownPhrazes, and food and drink specials.

Bargé’s collective, Alls Lost Outside Our Fantasy (ALOOF Recs), aims to “raise levels of consciousness through different forms of art.”

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