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Now in its seventh year, Battlecry is an example of positive hip hop culture uniting all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Auckland's music and arts scene to flourish in an environment that is friendly and welcoming. Battlecry is a family orientated event
If you're going to appropriate a suggestive dance inspired by strippers, at least do it right...As the pre-teen became a real teen, she needed to show the world that she was no longer pure as the driven snow; she was now a sex object, and he was
Famous rappers and their fans have called me ugly names with no fear of reprisal, and some of my favorite emcees have dropped lyrics that are downright hostile toward who I am: an openly gay, "Generation Y," African-American male. Still, I've never
South by South Bronx Festival aims to bare heart and soul of hip-hop culture Hip-hop, as opposed to the corporate rap music industry, represents 'values of unity, of justice, of peace,' said Rodrigo 'RodStarz' Venegas of Rebel Diaz Arts Collective.
The HipHopBistro iPad application innovates a new level of Hip Hop experience enabling people to listen to their favorite music while reading trending hip hop news or searching for content on their favorite artist," said Steve Wick , chief executive
Three graffiti artists tell Shailaja Tripathi that their expression on the city's walls is as much for its residents as it is for them Theirs are faces you wouldn't have seen and probably never will. But some of you know them through their writing on
April 24, 2012 Last October, the Toronto-born, multiplatinum rapper Drake celebrated his 25th birthday in style with a big bash at Tao nightclub in Las Vegas. But it's not a bottle of Cristal that the cameras caught him hoisting.
Hip-Hop is For Lovers is a multimedia web experience dedicated to looking at love, sex and intimacy through the lens of hip hop culture. Its centerpiece is a weekly woman-centered, queer-friendly and justice-heavy podcast that features discussions
He's a visionary and a caretaker, a man who not only produced and directed the first rap videos but who also created the first outlet for themand invented the shout-out, too...Back then, kids who grew up with a TV and a love of hip-hop would run home
The Source Magazine ( www . thesource . com ) , the leading publication of Hip-Hop music, culture, and politics today announced a slate of new original online programming to premiere across its digital and mobile platforms.