The most beautiful thing about the culture of Hip Hop is that it transcends race, religion, background, and still unites millions upon millions of followers. The definition of culture is “the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.” Read More
In the dawn of record deal, most professional artist was sign to a record label. These record labels would utilize their connections with the ability to push a project into the open music market. Read More
In 1993, a club promoter named Jessica Rosenblum was looking for a spot to host her party called Mecca. The party ultimately had no permanent home and was bounce around from venue to venue because the city kept constantly shutting it down. As luck would have it, Read More
Hip Hop Grew and the Elements Were Forgotten
Rapping was a powerhouse and since it had the potential to create the most money it started to take the lead as the most popular! Everyone bought into the style and started to focus on just rapping. Read More
The Business of Music and Hip Hop!
As the progression of the culture started becoming a legit business, there were some lessons that had to be learned. A Hip Hopper would need to understand that the art and the business needed to be handled in a very different manner. Read More
Before pre-internet era, the radio was the best way to debut a song! Records would become instant classic as soon as the DJ dropped the needle to the records with the sound waves instantly hitting the drum of the ear. Marley Marl song “The Symphony” Read More