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Hardwork Movement: Doing It For The People

September 15, 2017

The hardworking guys and gals of Hardwork Movement continue to shine and grind.

It’s been a busy summer for this hip-hop super-band. They rocked the stages at festivals like Firefly and the XPoNential Music Fest, opened for a few guys in a rap group called “Wu-Tang” and was a part of the Spruce Street Harbor Waterfront Series.



They even managed to film a studio version of “Cribs.”



But the summer isn’t quite finished yet.

Not only do they have a show tonight with Ill Fated Natives and Aleana at Underground Arts, they just dropped their first EP with the full live band.


Recorded in Germantown’s Retro City Studios, the EP has updated versions of older tracks fans may recognize, as well as some newer tracks. Those who have been following this talented group of artists and musicians will appreciate the classics, and it serves as a great point of entry for the uninitiated. Well worth the listen.

While some acts sound good in the studio, this nine-piece really shines and comes alive on stage.

Catch Hardwork Movement tonight at Underground Arts, if any tickets are left.

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