unk.jpgRemy Cointreau USA, Inc., which distributes the popular alcoholic beverage, Remy Martin, is celebrating Black Music Month this June with 10 hip-hop artists from across the nation. From June to August, each of the 10 artists — which include Saigon, Ca$his, DJ Unk, Trae and Slum Village — will make 10 stops in their hometowns, including a concert performance and a trip to a local charity, where Remy Martin will make a donation in their honor. In addition, Remy Martin has formed a website — www.getinteresting.com — with daily interviews, prizes and a poll for fans to vote on their favorite local hip-hop song. “Black Music Month has become one of the most important programs at Remy Martin and we are excited to kick off our biggest year yet with a celebration that is both national and local,” says Steve Hissam, Remy Martin Category Director. “And we are proud to continue to give consumers a voice with our online poll. Nobody knows the local music scene better then they do — it’s going to be great to hear what they have to say.” The full list of artists taking place in Remy Martin’s Black Music Month promotions are as follows.

New York, NY — Saigon
Los Angeles, CA — Ca$his
Oakland/San Francisco, CA — San Quinn
Detroit, MI — Slum Village
Chicago, IL — I.E.
Atlanta, GA — DJ UNK
Houston, TX — Trae
Washington, DC — Wale
Miami, FL — Duece Poppi
Cincinnati, OH — Cross