Consci8us, with the the 8? That's me, I'm a inspiring hip-hop artist, youth educator and change agent! I'm currently living in Sacramento region, I'm recent Sac State graduate, and I serve youth in many different ways. I make positive and clean hip-hop that all schools and families can listen to, even grandma (a lot of grandma's and aunties love my music too!)
I use music, media, and education as a tool to change the world, one youth at a time!
My key services for schools and organizations include live performances, interactive workshops & assemblies, and 1:1 and group mentoring services for students and youth.
Bring your entire school via Zoom or I can speak to students from specific grades! I tailor assemblies to engage, inspire, energize, educate, and transform K-12 students with positive live music, interactive activities and impactful media content!
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I reinforce positivity in a relevant way to connect youth culture while showing them how to be positive and #StayConsci8us!
"Ima Cool Kid: Anti-Bullying Workshop", "8 Things You Can Do 2 Reach Your Dreams", and "Being Real & Showing Love" are a few of the workshops I've developed that show students why bullying isn't "cool", how to be a positive influences/role models in their schools and communities, and to expose students to tools for success.
With virtual and distance learning becoming the norm across America! It is critical to engage students and keep them inspire/motivated! My inspirational and educational performances and lessons are geared to improve school campus climate, teach life skills and collaboration, while allowing students to have fun!
I visit individual classrooms or multiple classrooms via Google Classroom, Zoom, etc. I also have performances and workshops for graduations, anti-bullying, and emotional intelligence.
I provide mentorship support for K-12 schools to teach youth positive habits for academic, personal and social development!
I have 8+ years working with and supervising youth programs with experience as a youth mentor, youth development trainer and the youngest African-American male program supervisor with the City of Sacramento.
Contact for Pricing & Rates Via Email: email@example.com
“Consci8us is a thought-provoking and inspiring performer, who combines a personal and positive message for a powerful show.”
Sacramento Kings ✓
Vice President of Digital & Content Andrew Nicholson
Consci8us is the 2019 Champion, he won the Emcee and Hip-Hop/Rap awards for the Sacramento Music Awards.
The SAMMIES (a.k.a the Sacramento Music Awards) is like Sacramento's version of the Grammy's.
8 songs, 27 minutes. This album is pure inspiration!
Listen to Consci8us's latest album below...
"Come & Holla At Me, was inspired by youth that I worked with in Oak Park since I moved to Sacramento in 2013. I want to show them that, if I did it, they can too. I grew up in Oakland so I know the struggle is real but there is another way! Its starts with #StayingConsci8us"
Watch this music video and be inspired !
Consci8us is the 2019 SAMMIES award winning artist for Emcee & Hip-Hop/Rap.
Dewayne Lamont wants to start his own ideology. And while the 25-year-old, who goes by Consci8us onstage, is still paving his own road as a musician and youth educator, the rapper’s founding principles are in his lyrics.
Could you imagine KRS-One & Consci8us in a cypher performing together??? Well, imagine no more!
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Consci8us, otherwise known as DeWayne Ewing Jr., is a Sacramento State student and rapper who said his Oakland upbringing led him to become a self-described “conscious rapper.”
"In the midst of all the things we see going on, we see a lot of division,” Consci8us said. “There's a lot of people that represent different perspectives. It's important that we all play our role to be a bridge at the end of the day."
Don't be surprised if you see Consci8us doing big things around Sacramento!
Cosumnes River College (CRC) highlighted him as an Alumnus ambassador for its 2018 #SmartMove campaign. This opportunity landed his face on the side of the bus (see below)
This music video captures Consci8us performing during the 2018 MLK March in front an audience of thousands.
This march commemorated the 50 Year Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy and Consci8us was selected as a contemporary example of leadership.
Turn on your speakers. Put on your headphones. Let the music speak to you.