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Chance the Rapper Donates $1million Dollars

Hip Hop is more than Music, it’s a movement!!!

Chance the Rapper, a Chicago native has donated $1 Million Dollars from his ticket Sales to the Chicago Public school Foundation “for arts and enrichment” programming on Monday March 6,2017. The Emcee is asking others to join the fight “Take Care of Chicago Kids”.

Respect to Chance the Rapper, The 5th Element of Hip Hop Culture.

 

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Hip Hop Debate (Harrisburg PA)

COMING 2017

The question is who’s right or wrong? Everyone opinion matters but the question is who have the actual facts?

Hip Hop Debate Part 1 will feature a panelist of Young and Older Hip Hop Artist of all elements who have different views on the state of Hip Hop and the language of todays Artist.

*Hip Hop Debate part 1 Topics:

  • Is Nigga-ology the cause of Violence or Rap Lyrics?
  • Who’s your Boss?
  • Is Mumbling Rap acceptable or UnAcceptable?
  • Masculinity in Hip Hop.

 

Ms. Michele Hip Hip Class with Zulu Bratz

I love my Hip Hop Dance Class with the Zulu Bratz ,Using Hip Hop Dance as a way of improving social skills , decrease behavior problem and improvement on Attendance in the school setting, using the Element of Breaking, Popping, Locking , Dubset and All Style as a way to teach this group of 4th-6th graders a better way of life. Giving the students an outlet and to distract their everyday struggles .

Marshall Elementary School in Harrisburg City Schools (Harrisburg Pennsylvania)

Hip Hop Against Violence School Tour

HIP HOP AGAINST VIOLENCE SCHOOL TOUR

8885161393_e9bab71462_o copy 6HHAV have partner up with the Jam Master Jay Foundation called JMJ Foundation 4 Youth and Embracing Arm inc. which both are 501 c 3 Non Profit.

Hip Hop Against Violence School Tour is a movement of young artist who is taking a stand to “Stop The Violence” and using Hip Hop as a tool to bridge the gap and unified the Community, Schools and Educators through Assemblies performances, Lectures and Workshop. The tour will consist of Break Dancers, Emcees, Poets and Speaker of victims families, or victim of Gun Violence.

HHAV started in 2006 by Hip Hop Educator and Historian Michele Hairston who founded the Unifying Through the Hip Hop Culture, Harrisburg City Breakers and a dedicated member of Universal Zulu Nation Pennsylvania Chapter.  Ms. Hairston started this movement to seek peace and unity by using Education, Entertainment and Arts through the Hip Hop Culture & Music.

In 2013, Shawn Vaughan, James Brickus, Elijah Ellis and Quinton Coker (Nephew of Jam Master Jay) had a vision to take the HHAV tour back into the schools to Perform and to improve the negative image of Hip Hop Culture by creating a energetic and fun event to engage with the students in a Auditorium Concert setting. The event will display a  dance battle, positive emcee battles an amazing performance from the Zulu Bratz and more. If you want this event at your school please email us at zulubratz@hotmail.com

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