Hip-Hop Legend L.L. Cool J Turns 52

January 15, 2020

Hip-Hop Legend LL Cool J turned 52-year-old today (01/14) Before he spent more than 10 years on the TV Show, NCIS Los Angeles as Special Agent Sam Hanna, or hosting TV Show Lip Sync Battle.  James Todd Smith, born in Bay Shore New York and raised in Queens, New York, started rapping at the age […]

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Rules For Step Jam 2019

December 13, 2019

Here are the rules for Step Jam 2019 at the Blue Cross Arena December 14th, 2019. Dress Code:  No gang/set symbols including group names, number, or labels allowed No air brushed clothing No bandanas No sagging pants No hoodie caps worn in the Blue Cross Arena No ski masks No book bags No bullet proof […]

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Governor Andrew Cuomo Approves Grant For Hip Hop Museum

December 23, 2019

Governor Andrew Cuomo just announced a $3.5 million capital Grant to help launch the 1st ever universal hip hop museum dedicated to hip hop music & the culture. Everybody knows the South Bronx has been credited as the birthplace of hip hop back in the 1970s. Back in the beginning stages of hip hop People would say […]

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DaBaby Released From Jail on Misdemeanor Battery

January 6, 2020

After being arrested Thursday in Miami after an arguing with a music promoter. Jonathan Kirk aka DaBaby has been released from jail on a misdemeanor battery charge while awaiting a court date.  The Grammy-nominated rapper allegedly got into an arguing with a music promoter over payment for a performance, according to authorities. An argument broke […]

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Reggae Star Koffee Set To Perform During Super Bowl Weekend🎶💃🏾

January 8, 2020

Only 8 days into the new year and Reggae singing sensation Koffee has already been booked for two major performances! Just Monday she was confirmed to perform at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, which alone is a HUGE deal. Today we learned that she […]

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New York City Ballet Casts its First Black Lead in “The Nutcracker”

December 5, 2019

Written by Jasmine 11-year-old Charlotte Nebres is making history after being cast as Marie in New York City Ballet’s holiday production of “The Nutcracker”. She is officially the first black lead in the history of the dance company’s production, which dates back to 1954.   View this post on Instagram   IN THE NEWS // […]

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Dr. Dre To Be Honored For His Contributions To Music

November 1, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Dre Day… It’s great to see people get their flowers when they’re still alive and healthy. Super producer and Hip Hop icon Dr. Dre will be honored by the Grammys. The Recording Academy announced that Dr. Dre will be recognized for his contributions to music Dr. Dre dominated Hip Hop music […]

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Kodak Black Sent To Federal Prison For 3 Years

November 15, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Rapper Kodak black will be sitting behind bars in federal prison for the next 3 years on weapon charges. He’s not out of hot water yet because he still faces drug, weapon, and sexual assault charges in other states. Kodak Black made headlines earlier this year after making inappropriate comments about […]

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Why Did They Try To Update The Alphabet Song?

October 29, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Okay wonderful people, there are certain things in this world you do not change. That’s your mind on your wedding day and the alphabet. A famous TV writer came across a video of a remix version of The Alphabet Song. Now, the kiddy remake has been posted onto Twitter and has […]

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Queen Latifah Honored At Harvard University

October 23, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Female rap artist and actress Queen Latifah was 1 of 6 people honored at Harvard University for her contribution to black history and black culture. She received the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal. Du Bois was the 1st black student to earn a doctorate from Harvard University in 1895. CONGRATULATIONS to Queen Latifah. […]

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