As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop, we recognize Don Fryson, Founder and Chief Executive Officer/ 360 Entertainment International, LLC, for the origination of Clean Money Music™.
In celebration of Hip Hop’s 50th Anniversary, Don Fryson, President & CEO / 360 Entertainment International, LLC (360EI), presents Clean Money Music Summer Tour ― that is receiving rave reviews!
ImageNation, founded by Moikgantsi Kgama and run by Gregory Gates (Executive Producer), ImageNation has been a cultural powerhouse.
By Harlem World Magazine Harlem’s Cam’ron’s debut solo album, “Confessions of Fire,” holds a significant place in hip-hop history, akin to iconic artists’ early works like RZA’s “Ooh I Love You Rakeem” and Mobb Deep’s “Juvenile Hell.”
As part of the Mother’s Day Good Music Festival, SJ Presents an electrifying, all-star concert with New York’s hip-hop cultural icons representing the diverse flavors of New York.
The New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem has acquired the full archive of hip-hop pioneer and pop culture icon, Fred “Fab 5 Freddy” Brathwaite.
A source reports that on Friday night, September 7th, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh and some “Very Special Friends” took the stage at Harlem’s fabled Apollo Theater to benefit live music-oriented voter registration and activism non-profit, HeadCount.
Join Harlem based WE ACT in celebrating our 30th Anniversary Gala!
Best known for dominating NYC’s underground rap battle scene with his ruthless bars, Loaded Lux delivered an epic freestyle from the top of the dome in support of Fuse’s celebration of Hip-Hop at 45.
Comicbook reports that season 2 of Marvel’s Luke Cage will feature a lineup of real-life urban artists, Billboard reveals.
The Kennedy Center has been presenting hip-hop for over 15 years, but not as part of its institutional programming.
Fresh off the heels of the release of his [easyazon_link identifier=”B074TXWLNR” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Paranoia[/easyazon_link] EP, [easyazon_link identifier=”B074TXWLNR” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Dave East[/easyazon_link] delivered his introspective rhymes before a packed New York City crowd on at Gramercy Theater on Monday night.
Cam’Ron stopped by the Angie Martinez show and cleared the air on his legal issues with VH1 and Love & Hip-Hop and his relationship with Jim Jones.
In recognition of National Hip-Hop History Month, the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is highlighting notable items from its Hip-Hop Archive Project Collection, initiated in 1999 to actively collect and preserve materials from hip-hop pioneers.
As you may know, NYC Dance Week kicks off with Ailey Extension this Thursday, June 16, and continues through Saturday, June 25 at The Joan Weill Center for Dance in NYC.