Moikgantsi Kgama Talks Harlem SAVE A SEAT Campaign And More On The Danny Tisdale Show (Audio)

Join Harlemite Moikgantsi Kgama, founder and executive producer of ImageNation, as she talks about her new program SAVE A SEAT campaign, the Sol Cinema Cafe, indie film and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show. Continue Reading →

Beverly Bond Talks “Black Girls Rock!” At Build

The Black Girls Rock movement was conceived by Beverly Bond as a mission to uplift black women, to show them respect, to strip away the self-hate and marginalization, and to proclaim, “Hey black girl, you rock.” Continue Reading →

Black Joy in the Hour of Chaos At Harlem Stage

black jpoy in harlemJoin Harlem Stage and Jooksi as they use music as a springboard for dynamic dialogue through a participant driven listening session exploring the singular and intersecting themes of blackness, joy and chaos Continue Reading →

Mack Wilds “Love In The 90s” With Teddy Riley… (video)

mack wilds love in the 90 in harlemGrammy Award®-nominated singer, songwriter, performer, actor, and all-around entertainer MACK WILDS returns with his brand new single, “Love In The 90z.” The song is available at all digital retailers today through Louder Than Life/Epic Records. Continue Reading →

Marc Rasbury Talks Sports On Harlem World Radio (Pt. #1)

marc rasbury harlem world radio1Get some tea, and turn on the radio for Harlem man Marc “The Raz” Rasbury. Marc Rasbury is a true Harlem Renaissance man with a passion for sports writing and photojournalism from his love of being a former college basketball player. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Hennessy Doc Explores Brand’s Relationship With African-Americans

Erykah-Badu_Courtesy-of-Hennessy1By Souleo

So what do you get when you combine a spirit brand with social justice, stir, and garnish with a jazz and hip-hop twist? The answer is all in the title of the documentary, “An Unexpected History: The Story of Hennessy and African-Americans.” Continue Reading →

Dave East’s ‘Straight Outta Harlem’ Interview

DaveEast_SOBs1We’ve heard it time and time again, those worn out and cliché lines about how New York Rap has lost its “essence” or the most famous one, “New York rap is not the same” seem to be brought up in almost every convo relating to the genre. Continue Reading →