Columbia’s Urban Music Association (C.U.M.A.) is a student-run organization that dedicates its time to helping students learn about the music industry, as well as giving students the opportunities to network and gain contacts from the industry.
This year C.U.M.A follows its tradition and pays tribute to some of the biggest acts during the ’90s and early millennial. From The Fugees to infamous skits from Mad TV, the show features Columbia students taking it back and bringing those childhood memories with them.
Check out our video as we had a chance to speak to the president of C.U.M.A and producer, Savannah Williams, and participators of the show.