Atlanta Hip Hop Day is back with its 6th Annual Atlanta Hip Hop Day Festival. The festival will feature performances from OJ Da Juiceman, BBOD of Love & Hip Hop, Supa Peach of Jermaine Dupri's Rap Game, TrillTown (of Trillville), DJ Scream, and DJ Jelly. The festival will be hosted by Lil Bankhead and Sean Teezy will host the WON SOUND STAGE which is set to have surprise performaces from various celebrities. 411-Pain's 2nd Stage will be hosted by WABA REPLAY and will feature performances from Atlanta's B-Boy's and dancers.
The 6th Annual Atlanta Hip Hop Day Festival has a #CRUNKEDITION theme. The festival is Atlanta's only FREE annual festival designed to pay homage to Atlanta's contribution to the hip hop culture. The festival will kick off Saturday, October 8th between 10AM - 7PM and Sunday, October 9th, between the hours of 11 AM - 6 PM at Robert W. Woodruff Park in downtown Atlanta.
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Good and evil, the dope and the wack... they are opposites! Pick a side. J. Keys and Robyn Hood have lined up on the side of dopeness to let off a mega-shot at wackness in the form of this track. "Goodbye" to all wack emcees and all who are aligned with them.
It's open season on everyone and everything wack. J. Keys and Robyn Hood team up to air it all out on the new high-powered joint "Goodbye", backed by the soulful head-nodding production of the Cultural Bastards. This is a far ...READ MORE
More than one million Mexicans are of African descent, yet this heritage is often forgotten, denied, and many times stigmatized, both in Mexico and in Chicanx communities in the United States. INVISIBLE ROOTS is an intimate look at Afro-Mexicans living in Southern California as they discuss complex issues of racial, national and cultural identities.
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You will FEEL what Killer Mike is saying here like you were there and he was speaking to you. Guaranteed! For those who are familiar, mix in the sentiments of Marcus Garvey, Muslim idealism, and modern day survivalism and you get this powerful response to the All Black National Convention discussion topic. Part chastising and part challenge, ALL Power To The People! Some folks there did not like some of what Mike spit into the mic. Some folks who watch it here might not like it.
Deal with it. Press play. This is a MUST WATCH! After watching, you must ask yourself, "Are you REALLY ready for REVOLUTION?"
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Hmm... If you are not up on your "Any Given Wednesday" (hosted by Bill Simmons on HBO) watching, now's as goo a time as any to catch up. Discussion goes in on everything from tatts to the best b-baller to rap to perhaps a budding "rap-like" beef between guest Kevin Durant and former teammate Russell Westbrook. And you know guest Nas can weigh in on much of that.
And both guests agree... Every basketball player wants to be a rapper. And every rapper wants to be a basketball player. Bill's got both on here. Great show! Start with the clip above and continue after the jump below.
The Game's fairly dubious claim that Meek Mill ratted him out as responsible for the Sean Kingston robbery isn't Game's only charge of snitchery against Meek ...READ MORE