Los Angeles: Harlem Fave LL COOL J Launches His Exclusive New SiriusXM Channel

On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, LL launched his exclusive new classic Hip-Hop SiriusXM channel, LL COOL J‘S “Rock the Bells Radio” at a special invitation-only retro roller skating event at Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Dave East Reaffirms His Devotion To Hip-Hop

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 Continue Reading →

Migos And Harlem’s Joe Budden Beef At BET Awards

Complex‘s Everyday Struggle show has been a magnet for controversy almost from its first episode. How could it not be, with rap provocateurs Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks regularly antagonizing Continue Reading →

Cymande, The First British Band To Perform At The Apollo At Summerstage In Central Park

Cymande emerged as innovators of the funk music scene during early 1970s. Influenced by their Caribbean heritage, Cymande combined reggae and Rastafarian rhythms with rare groove, funk and jazz to Continue Reading →

Harlem’s The Last Poets Were Hip-Hop’s First Poets (video)

The Last Poets is the name for several groups of poets and musicians who arose from the late 1960s African-American civil rights movement’s black nationalist movement.

HW Pick: WuTang Parental Advisory Listening Party at Gibson Guitar Showroom

Wu-Tang can mainly be described with one word; Iconic. The group is poetically iconic through their choice of lyrics. They are a brand icon with their style and branding techniques Continue Reading →