1131 S. Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Hardwork Movement

Hardwork Movement

Bosley, Bri Steves

Thu, March 3, 2016

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

The Boot & Saddle

Philadelphia, PA


This event is 21 and over

Hardwork Movement
Hardwork Movement
Hardwork Movement is an independent hip-hop group based out of Philadelphia. Though they are labeled as hip-hop, the group’s music is cross-genre, celebrating not only traditional hip-hop, but neo-soul and indie influences. The group is composed 4 members, 3 emcees and one vocalist accompanied by a 4-piece live band. The group has spread their music through live performances from Philadelphia to Brooklyn and DC.

Hardwork Movement released their newest album, Good Problems, on January 6 and followed it up with a sold-out show at popular Northern Liberties venue Kung Fu Necktie. Having been featured by local music outlets like WXPN The Key and The Deli Philadelphia, the group continues to position themselves as one of Philadelphia’s most popular up-and-coming hip-hop acts.
Grinding down the soles of endless pairs of dancing shoes somewhere between Saturday night and Sunday morning, Bosley cut his teeth in Baltimore's sultry DIY dance halls. Charm City's native son, Bosley knew that he had to get funky or die . For the past few years, has been churning out blazing, high-energy live performances and eclectic, original pop music. Bosley performs his unique brand of vintage soul/R&B with his sexy nine-piece band that kicks ass wherever it goes.

The Dirty Dogs Radio Show is his second album and is earning rave reviews and winning the hearts of new fans worldwide. Bosley has shared headlining bills alongside Sharon Jones and the Dapkings, Galactic, Dr. Dog, and the Wailers. His music has been featured extensively in film and television, including the Comedy Central show Workaholics as well as the film Begin Again starring Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo.

Dance parties welcome.
Bri Steves
Bri Steves is recording artist taking the world of Hip Hop and R&B by storm. Based in Philadelphia while studying at Temple University, she uses music as a means to share her worldview through the eyes of a college kid. A long time fan of acts from Camp Lo and Marvin Gaye to Pharrell and Kanye West, she's found that musical inspiration knows no bounds. With that same mentality applied to her own music, she's determined to pave her own path.
Venue Information:
The Boot & Saddle
1131 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19147