Date/Time: Sunday, February 28th, 2021 @ 3:00pm – 7:00pm CST

Location: Virtual – Zoom/Facebook/Instagram/HopInTV (Stream Yard)

Event: Capitol View Arts is proud to host the 2021 Urban Music Summit. This event is designed to push the conversation of making Hip-Hop/Urban Music a sustainable business in Austin. With support from our partners at ATX Music Division, The Austin music commission, The African American Advisory Resource Comission, and Six Square, we are focused on curating dialogue among community participants and present recommendations to City Council members.


· Stage

Artist Lounge
Join us as Dj Lil Ron and various ATX Artists rock the Artist Lounge Stage powered by Lazy Daze

  · Sessions

Artist Rights
Learn more about your rights as an Artist in the entertainment industry, and how to protect them.

  · Sessions

Cultural Appropriation
What is Cultural Appropriation? How does it affect Hip Hop & Urban Music? How should it be addressed? Tap in with Austin Justice Coalition!

  · Sessions

Producer’s Cafe
Tim “Tmo” Moore of TrakMajors Studio takes you into a session to demonstrate the basics of beatmaking.

Featured Speaker

Timothy Moore – Trakmajors Studios

Ishia Lynette – Austin Justice Coalition

Stephanie K. Hay, Esq. – “Created to serve and living by purpose”

Attorney Stephanie Hay is on a mission to educate and empower creative entrepreneurs while providing them with exceptional legal services. She is the owner and principal attorney of The Hay Law Group, P.L.L.C., where she has the pleasure of representing entertainers, independent records labels, music publishers and film production studios, as well as social media influencers and small businesses. As a part of her mission to educate creatives in the world of entertainment, she started #QuickQuestionFriday, a weekly Instagram segment answering common entertainment law questions. Stephanie has also been featured as a panelist on an American Bar Association continuing education program, Women in Television & Film Houston, in the Texas Entertainment and Sports Law Newsletter, on Houston’s Amazing 102.5FM Breaking Texas radio show and various independent podcasts to discuss issues related to independent music creators.