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MojaMoja is celebrating a decade of music discovery and honoring pop and hip hop icons at the historic Avalon Hollywood, Saturday, February 10, 2018. This year’s honorees include (STEAM Award), Prince’s band The Revolution (Vanguard Award) and The Beat Junkies (Soul Controller Award).

The MojaMoja's 10th Annual Brunch & Benefit Concert are open to the public and will be followed by a day-time afterparty at the same venue, featuring Soulection, an independent music platform, radio show, and artist collective. Soulection DJs Kronika and Sasha Marie will headline the MojaMoja afterparty.

 MojaMoja's brunch and benefit concert will feature breakout performances by Jungle Fire with their highly explosive psychedelic afro/latin funk sound; The Steoples, a genre-fusion alternative R&B duo; Wajatta, the collaborative between comedian-musician Reggie Watts and electronic musician, DJ and producer John Tejada; along with the drumming prodigy Elise Trouw, a gifted modern indie pop multi-instrumentalist who has a viral mashup of “Everlong” by Foo Fighters and “What You Won’t Do for Love” by Bobby Caldwell with more than 7 million views on Facebook.  

All artists are donating their performances to benefit the MojaMoja Innovation Fund and House of Blues Music Forward Foundation. MojaMoja’s 10th Anniversary event will be produced in association with Senovva, a noteworthy design and management group offering production services to the entertainment industry, including major music award shows. 

Established in 2009, the annual MojaMoja Brunch & Benefit Concert is a premier charity event that presents breakout performances by independent talent and honors iconic artists. During the past decade MojaMoja performers have included Janelle Monáe, Questlove, Flying Lotus, Little Dragon, Los Amigos Invisibles, Anderson .Paak and more than 60 artists from around the world. Also, during the past 10 years music icons including Sheila E., Nile Rodgers, along with fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Mavis Staples, George Clinton, and Sly Stone have all been honored with the MojaMoja Vanguard Award. MojaMoja has been featured in Vanity FairVarietyThe Huffington PostSPIN MediaBillboard.bizEssence, and VIBE

Your support will help us meet our fundraising goal of $25,000.00 to provide (10) ten $2,500.00 stipends to underrepresented students at trade schools and community colleges who want to pursue summer internship/apprenticeship in the science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) fields. Click here for tickets.