Transperformance 2012: Vesuveo as Eminem (Lose Yourself)

Vesuveo, aka Mark Guglielmo, started rapping in the late 80s. A native New Yorker, he came up through the Los Angeles underground and earned a Top 10 hit in 1998 with his song “Green and Gold” featuring Eminem. One of the few white rappers/producers at that time, he overcame much skepticism and went on to produce, perform and collaborate with Mystic, Black Eyed Peas, KRS-One, Medusa, Cut Chemist, and Dilated Peoples. Last year, he released his debut solo album “Shine.” He’s backed by DJ Vinyl Child on the wheels of steel.

Transperformance is an annual fundraising event jointly presented by the Northampton Arts Council and the PTOs of the four Northampton elementary schools, J.F.K. Middle School and Northampton High School. The PTOs use funds from Transperformance for Arts Enrichments Programs, and the Northampton Arts Council uses some funds to provide a second round of funding that supports the work of many local artists and performing groups. This year’s theme was Food Groups. Enjoy!

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Transperformance 2012: Rusty Belle as The Cranberries

NCTV Annual Meeting 11.27.12