It's Global Hip Hop Day today (as soon as the Americans declare it) and obviously we've been here ahead of the pack but something I find particularly interesting about this "holiday" is that New York City is renaming a street all in the name of Hip Hop. Amazing! Today, 8th
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This joint is madness. What with this all star New York rap cast? Casanova wouldn't just leave it at the track though. He hurried up in shooting a music video for it which sees the squad, Young M.A, Fabolous, Dave East and Don Q, out at the club going
MAJOR KEY ALERT! Yikes, this is massive. I cav'd the line up and I was mad excited even before I tuned into this here sermon. Casanova rallies up some of New York's finest in Fabolous, Dave East, Young M.A and Don Q for this murderous Don't Run Remix which
The mogul embarked on the Bad Boy Reunion Tour opening in Chicago last week where he brought out Chance The Rapper, and on this stop in New York after introducing Yeezy as his role model, he had the lights dimmed out and Yeezus appeared like an angel in all white.
Touch is in NY x went to check out Africa Music fest. Whilst there Touch tweeted some interesting reasons why Nigerian artists are doing so well. These are some really thought provoking tweets x some interesting gems in there. Peep them after the jump. Nigerians are united that's
#EveryDayAfrique 🇿🇦🇺🇸™ LIVE at 07:15 @okayafrica Ⓜ️ pic.twitter.com/cDVpODyfQK— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 4, 2016 Prior to performing in New York, at OkayAfrica #EveryDayAfrique event last night. Supa Mega took over the streets of "The Empire State". SUPA MEGA GOT A LOT OF PRESENCE Ⓜ️🗽🇿🇦🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/aAjDtamxNR—
The Knock is an electronic music duo, on this video they showcase acrobatic subway performers which are a unique and thrilling New York cult. Cam'ron rides the beat this is less electro like an easy jazz beat that the late Guru would of probably jumped on for a Jazzmatazz session.