It was great to see Jim Jones and French Montana linked up today in Harlem, NY, as they teamed up as volunteers at City Harvest to supply local residents in the area with over 500 turkeys.
Rap It Up reports that French Montana and Drake are up to something.
Why do we love this video? It shows that the global reach of a music created right here in Harlem is worldwide – as we say from Harlem to Harare.
Harlem’s Max B, French Montana, and the Weeknd have shared their video for a new song. “A Lie” is produced by Harry Fraud, and it appears on French Montana’s new album Jungle Rules.
Hip-hop heads have been craving new music from Max B since the news broke last year about the waviest rapper’s pending release from prison.
French Montana was introduced to many through his work with Max B, and he hasn’t forgotten about his mentor since the Harlem rapper was sentenced to 75 years behind bars in 2009.
Trying to get into Mohawk was a bit of a mess Thursday night — Bronx rapper French Montana headlined the House of Vans showcase, and there were a lot of folks clamoring to see him.
We like French Montana, cause he always around some Harlem boys (Puff, Max B, ASAP Rocky, etc.,). Music Times reports that some names are just synonymous with each other, like Tom and Jerry or Thelma and Louise.
I WILL GRADUATE (IWG), a New York City-based nonprofit organization working to provide support to students in the city’s public school system.
Hip Hop’s biggest night, “BET Hip Hop Awards” 2022, will premiere its annual broadcast on Tuesday, October 4th at 9PM ET/PT on BET.
On Friday, May 13th, 2022, FAMOUS NOBODYS, an exclusive New York apparel line at Foot Locker was officially launched.
Famed Texas attorney, Thomas J. Henry gifted his senior staff from his law firm along with a selection of close friends with a one-of-a-kind Super Bowl LVI weekend experience.
Last July, Harlem’s Dave East, and Brooklyn producer Harry Fraud teamed up for the Hoffa collaborative album.
Richard “Rich” Porter, July 26, 1965 – January 4, 1990, was a legendary Harlemite during the War on Drugs in the mid-1980s.
Harlem man and music mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is allegedly working on a new, surprise musical project.