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Roc-A-Fella Records founder and Harlemite Damon “Dame” Dash is making a 180-degree turn from his usual social media rhetoric.
In an exclusive interview with Smoke DZA, All Hip Hop talked to DZA about ‘He Has Risen’ Joint Album With Harry Fraud, NYC Hip Hop & Expanding His Film Career, and his thoughts about the rap renaissance, filming, artists and more in Harlem.
Harlem man Dame Dash already has his Reality TV show “Family Therapy” on VH1, now he has his talk show The Dame Dash Show on WNCN in South Carolina (South Carolina?).
Harlem man Dame Dash be getting the help he needs on “Family Therapy”. The fallen Roc-a-fella mogul hinted about the show on his instagram account.
In VladTV’s exclusive interview with business mogul Dame Dash, the Harlem man reveals how much he believes his online network, Creative Control, influenced Sean “Diddy” Combs’ television network, Revolt TV, saying that content wise there is a direct correlation between the two.
Harlem man Dame Dash, today posted a photograph of him Russell Simmons, Jay Z, Biggs and Lyor Cohen from a meeting with the five amigos from the 1980’s.
Hiphopwired.com reports that Roc-a-fella Records founder, Damon Dash’s career trajectory, but in this particular case it has led to some direct comments regarding music and marketing executive Steve Stoute.
If anyone can clown Jay Z without givin’ a f**k it’s Damon Dash.
Harlem man Dame Dash keeps his hustle rolling with his post on web-stagram from Poppington of his number business dashmotoroil.com.
Legendary Harlem throwback photograph, not sure where it was taken, but it’s part of a promo tour with Dame Dash, Big L, SkiBeatz, Chubby Chub and Jay Z, sometime in the 1980’s.
New York City is the hotbed of artfull aesthetic events that it is, was the locale for bubbling artist Mark Anthony Green’s debut exhibition, “VIBES ARE THE ONLY CURRENCY.”
Former Roc-A-Fella Records CEO and Harlem man Dame Dash recently launched his online store DDPoppington.com.
James Patterson Presents a modern retelling of a classic Indian legend, “96 Words for Love” is a touching coming-of-age story that reads like “Eat, Pray, Love” for teens.
Rich Winley reports for Fortune Magazine with Harlem man Kareem “Biggs” Burke about his life with Dame Dash, Jay-Z, “life deposits,” life after Roc-A-Fella Records, his journey to create another multi-million dollar company and more.