OTD 3 years ago we lost the 5ft MC! Impromptu Native Tongues Tribute Saturday at Freshtopia from 8-unti ...READ MORE
Press Play on the latest experiences from The Connected Experience Podcast featuring Comedian Foolish, Producer Nick Speed and Comedy OG TK Kirkland
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DJ Detroit shared with Sean Garvey the Top 3 things that every DJ must do to be great. He also explained how someone can join the Core DJs.
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Music by: J. Keys (Anonymous Records) - @jkeysmusic
Kimora Lee Simmons has repurchased her iconic streetwear brand Baby Phat and plans to relaunch the line later this year. The fashion designer, entrepreneur and former model announced the news on Friday (March 8) in a press release.
Kimora's two daughters with Hip Hop mogul Russell Simmons - 19-year-old Ming and 16-year-old Aoki - will also play integral roles in the brand's relaunch. Ming expressed her excitement in an Instagram post.
"Celebrating #internationalwomensday with a very special announcement!" she wrote in the caption. "Baby Phat has always been a brand for women. We have always celebrated every shape, every size, every race, every background; every woman. In 2019, we're bringing it back for ALL of us... Because we're worth celebrating. @BabyPhat." ...READ MORE
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Recently, we was at an networking music event in Charlotte, NC. This event was put together by one of the locals during the CIAA weekend. Chris Gotti co-founder of Murder Inc. and new founder of his latest business ADD Ventures was the guest. Overall, it was a dope event. Now this event featured mostly hip hop-rap artists and the audience were a hip hop crowd. It was a couple of singers that were among the evening performances. After the event we couldn't help but wonder why R&B artists continue to preform in front of a mostly hip hop audience. Now it could be a few reasons. But I can think of one, because there aren't a lot of outlets or platforms that are for R&B singers. Still, I honestly think R&B artists should stay away from hip hop events and their audience. Reason being is, it doesn't benefit the R&B artists. At the event in Charlotte the singers that did sing were pretty good. But nobody was paying attention do them. They didn't really grab the audience attentio ...READ MORE