What happened between 1986-1994

            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

Hip Hop Appreciation Week by Queen Michele

  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!!!        

Harrisburg Hip Hop Debate

    "All About Bridging the Gap in Hip Hop Culture" Hip Hop was formed in an economic struggle that gains over a billion dollars per year. Through the financial up-bring in Hip Hop many artist only seen maybe 1% of the profit. It will take at lease 10 years as a sign artist to … Continue reading Harrisburg Hip Hop Debate

Hip Hop Appreciation week 2017

Hip Hop Appreciation week  MAY 15TH-MAY 21ST 2017 I am asking all Hip Hop Educators and Scholars to donate their time and educate a youth on the History of Hip Hop and its elements. If we the preservers of Hip Hop we must continue educating the next generation without judgement and personal opinon. -Queen Michele     … Continue reading Hip Hop Appreciation week 2017

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. … Continue reading Hip Hop Debate (Harrisburg PA)

The 90’s Comeback

  His style is vintage 1980's/1990's hip hop. He decided to bring this style back because he believes that the style was more created than it was bought. Jalen believes that a style should be more "created" and not "bought" meaning that anybody can buy something and just wear it but it's not their own … Continue reading The 90’s Comeback

Thank You Harrisburg High Media/Production Class

Thank You Mr. Cooper for allowing me to speak with your student on Hip Hop History and Education. I really enjoyed the open conversation, Q/A and debate on the state of Hip Hop and Rap Music with the students. HAPPY HIP HOP HISTORY MONTH

Hip Hop is more than Music

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