CityStream recently profiled the 6th annual Hip Hop Summit, which celebrates the musical and artistic stylings of the genre. Hip hop may seem to be just another type of music. But with the lyrics, dance and street art, the genre is more than just a catchy beat. And thanks in part to the 6th annual Hip Hop Summit; it is also an educational tool. Beauregard Breaux, or DJ Gumbo as he’s known in the hip hop world, is with the group behind the Hip Hop Summit, 206 Zulu. “The main thing is taking care of each other. It’s each one to each one; so while we have music production classes and art classes and things like that, there’s also helping and feeding the homeless. There are many community issues that need to be addressed and those are all part of it.” Watch the video below.