Ever since Rap Music has transitioned into Mainstream Corporate America the elements have been replaced with Misogyny, Money and Violence. The stereotypes and misleading of Hip Hop Culture has set an unethical view to the world that the movement is dangerous and hazardous to the youth. Emcees are the voices of storytelling and healing the … Continue reading Hip Hop is more than Music
Is it possible your students are suffering from PTSD? When we think of PTSD we think about the Men and Women serving in the Military or those coming home from combat. According to WebMD, PTSD , once called "shell shock" or "battle fatigue syndrome", is a serious condition that can develop after a person has … Continue reading The Silence of PTSD in Urban Children
Hip Hop Education 4 Youth is a Educational Based Program that uses elements in Hip Hop to focus on trouble youth who struggles Socially and Emotionally and dealing with passed trauma in their lives. Partnering with the After-School and Community program in the Harrisburg Area to work with the teens in hoping to keep … Continue reading Hip Hop Education 4 Youth Fundraiser
HIP HOP EDUCATION 4 YOUTH PRESENTS Hip Hop History of 1986-1994 with Hip Hop Educator Queen Michele HIP HOP HISTORY OF 1986-1994" with Queen Michele Queen Michele will conduct a lecture and Q&A on the history of Hip Hop from 1986-1994. She’ll discuss the Social Stance, the Political Revolutionary … Continue reading What happened between 1986-1994
The NYC Graffiti visitors and events center will host the "Video Music Box 30" featuring Ralph McDaniel on Friday June 22, 2018 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. This event is to support the 2018 Graffiti Hall of Fame Art & Music Festival. The donate of 30.00 is requested. For additional information please email Nyvgraffitievents@gmail.com
Howard Universities Alternative Spring Break is a service learning program designed to connect students with distressed communities and to explore the ethical and spiritual dimensions of leadership as it challenges students to discern how their unique gifts and skills can be used to address the problems of communities in need and the world at large. … Continue reading “Through Our Eyes” Alternative Spring Break Documentary By Domonique Green Howard University Student
Hip Hop Appreciation Week 2018 (May 14th to May 20th 2018) Hip Hop Appreciation Week begins every third week in May as a time to acknowledge and appreciate the actual existence of Hip Hop itself. Instead of wondering what happened to “real Hip Hop,” Hip Hop Appreciation Week is an opportunity to answer that question; … Continue reading Hip Hop Appreciation week 2018
In honor of Hip Hop Appreciation week, I will be speaking at the Harrisburg High School on Wednesday May 16, 2018 on Hip Hop History and Economics from 12:30-2:00pm. This event is only for the students!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-R3N2GlWSRg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_W2-jVPORY The Koolest Living Legend in Hip Hop is Born today and we're honoring his legancy and years he contributed in Hip Hop Culture and Music. On November 27, 1956, Fredrick Crute was born. The Harlem Based Icon who is credit being one of the founding Fathers in Hip Hop … Continue reading A Hip Hop Icon is born today.
Twin Sister Princess Amira and Kayla are currently the youngest Female Dj's and the First Set of Twins Duo. Please Watch their videos and share their website. https://www.djamiraandkayla.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oq9E1ztzFSY I do not own the rights to the Video or Music Our Goal is to perserved Hip Hop Legends and history.
On Nov 14, 1982, the Single "Candy Girl" was released on Streetwise Records, the Album was released on March 1, 1983. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAFg2TQk9v0
Domani song called "Wake Up call"........and it's FIYAH! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhMW-ONylak