Former friends and cofounders of Roc-A-Fella Records Harlem man, Damon Dash, and Jay-Z may not be breaking bread anytime soon.
Harlem’s Damon Dash, the co-founder with Jay Z of Roc-A-Fella Records, has been involved with a few reality television series including WEtv’s Growing Up Hip Hop and BET’s Ultimate Hustler.
“Can I Get Open”, which reached #46 on the Billboard Maxi Singles chart in 1993. This track prominently features Jay-Z.
We thought the outspoken Stacey Dash, Harlem man Damon Dash sister, had finally found her place on Fox News as a political pundit, but it looks like the news network decided not to renew the Clueless actress’ contract.
Damon Dash is most certainly making his interview rounds. The former CEO of Roc-A-Fella records sat down with Larry King for an exclusive interview last week.
Damon Dash, the former CEO of Roc-a-fella Records, has reportedly lost custody of his daughters, according to TMZ.
That’s right, Fox News Channel has hired actress, activist and Harlem born Damon Dash cousin Stacey Dash as a contributor. FNC says Dash “will offer cultural analysis and commentary” across daytime and primetime shows.
The judgement in the first round of the Rachel Roy vs Jones Investment Co. Inc lawsuit has come in, and the designer is the contender.
Dame is officially back to work with some new music! The man who we loved hearing pop shit on early Roc-A–Fella records has reentered the booth to bring us his trademark sense of Harlem bravado to rap music.
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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 the first trailer for the Kanye West-produced film “Honor Up,” the code of honor to protect a family in the streets of Harlem becomes increasingly harder to uphold for Damon Dash’s character OG.
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.
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.