Saturday, August 27, 2011
DooWop & Tony Touch gettin buzy spittin on D.J. Green Lantern show by djdoowop
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Friday, August 19, 2011
Will never forget being at WKCR the first night they ever played " Protect Ya Neck ". One of my best memories from the good ol days! lol Shouts to Stretch & Bobbito and everyone that used to stay up til 5am listening on a Thursday night!
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
This is a must listen if you have never heard it before. Melle Mel trying to keep the crowd calm after fight broke out. Flash just kept playing. This is what Hip Hop is all about.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
By: Andrea L. Arroyo
The ‘Mother of Hip Hop ’ MC Sha-Rock is back and on a mission. With the release of her autobiography titled “Luminary Icon “and a movie in the works, MC Sha-Rock’s book, depicts a true story of a young female growing up in the 1970’s Bronx, New York, during the ground-breaking years of what we all know now as, Hip Hop. You will experience the journey of young teenagers/entrepreneur’s who was coined as Gladys Knight and the Pips of Hip Hop. The Funky 4 + 1 more, grew to become one of the most influential groups who paved the way for hip hop artists of today. MC Sha-Rock decided to write her memoirs, because she feels whole heartedly that it is her children’s history as well as the world’s history.
In the 1970’s a young Sharon Green better known as MC Sha-Rock became the 1st Female Pioneer, Luminary MC on the mic. Sure, there were other females out there that could rap, but Sha Rock was the 1st to pick up a mic at a major party and make a stand for all female MCs to follow.
Ced-Gee of the legendary Ultra magnetic MCs said “She had the realness, Sha-Rock made females relevant…She set the tone so that female MCs would be taken seriously.” With this in mind, she has earned the right to be called the 1st female MC and the ‘Mother of Hip Hop’. To all media, DJ’s, MC’s and fans of the Hip Hop culture; if you are not familiar with whom MC Sha-Rock is and her contributions to Hip Hop, do your research. MC Sha-Rock is relevant to the Hip Hop culture, music and industry.
“But Sha-Rock, I got to give the props to her. She’s not only legendary; she’s a pioneer, an Icon and a female MC. “You dudes need to take a lesson from Sha-Rock. She changed my life” Quoted by Darryl “DMC“ McDaniels from the legendary group ~Run DMC~
*MC Sha-Rock* is affectionately known and referred to in the
Hip Hop community as the Mother of Hip-Hop.
*MC Sha-Rock* is the innovator of b-girl and fly girl cultures
*MC Sha-Rock has influenced many major artists including: Deborah Harry
of Blondie, Run DMC, MC Lyte, The Beastie Boys, Q-Tip, LL Cool J,
Kurtis Blow, Jay-Z, and Sean "P-Diddy" Combs.
*MC Sha-Rock* has many firsst as a pioneer; which include the following:
1st Female Pioneer MC to set the standards and raised the bar for all female MC’s,
in a male dominated arena
1st Female Pioneer MC to be a part of an all-male Hip Hop group/The Funky
4 +1 More. They were known for being the 1st organized and synchronized Hip Hop group
MC Sha-Rock was the 1st Female Pioneer MC from the streets of the Bronx, New York, to go full circle
in a MC/rap battle.
1st Female Pioneer MC to use the echo chamber behind her voice, and every
1st Female Pioneer MC to have a record deal world-wide
1st Female Pioneer MC to introduce Hip Hop to other cultures,
nationalities and genres
1st Female Pioneer MC, along with The Funky 4 was the 1st rap group to appear on a
national television show, which was Saturday Night Live hosted by Deborah Harry
of the group Blondie.
*MC Sha-Rock* as a member of *The Funky 4 + 1 more* set the
standards for what Hip Hop is today.
* MC Sha-Rock has been labeled by her fellow peers, as the most celebrated Pioneer Female MC of all times.
Get to know her!
Official website: www.mcsharockonline.com
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Monday, August 15, 2011
Shouts to Delta Bravo and their whole team for taking such good care of Allure & 238Beats in Australia. Can't wait to go back!!
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Friday, August 12, 2011
Maria Davis presents:
"Mad Wednesday's"/"R&B Against AIDS"
"Mad Wednesday's"/"R&B Against AIDS"
NYC Marathon Fundraiser for
Maria Davis. Maria will be walking 26.2 Miles to Raise
HIV/AIDS Awareness & Money for
"Harlem United"an AIDS Organization in Harlem NY.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.
(Bwtn 133rd & 134th Street)NYC
Doors Open 8pm/Showtime 9pm
$10 Advanced Tickets/$15 at the Door
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Video streaming by Ustream
Shouts to my man DJ Grandman.....
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Shouts to our partner DJ SURESHOT & Diamond D.....Japan was crazy!!!
True freestyle session from the G O D.....still nice with his!! lol