The Native Tongues Commemorating 30 Years With Festival

The Native Tongues Festival will take place July 18th at The Anthem in D.C. Tickets are on sale now. 

 

 




Monie Love Is Back As Member/Creator Of All Female Rap Group Heresy & Debuts Video For Da Call Out

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Heresy is a new all woman rap crew founded by Native Tongue legend Monie Love and it includes Carolina Dirty, Dominique Larue and MyVerse. “Da Call Out” is their first single and video and it is a critique of police brutality, Worldstarhiphop and the objectification of women in rap. Video clips of the Walter Scott shooting, Mike Brown’s corpse and Talib Kweli’s interview with Don Lemon are put together with footage of the women in the studio and producer Mister Lawnge of the Black Sheep watching them from the boards. The Heresy EP comes out August 14th and can be pre-ordered from iTunes now.




Hip Hop Legends Cold Crush Brothers, DAS EFX, Brand Nubian, X-Clan, Rob Base, Crash Crew, Black Sheep to Perform at Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards Pre-Concert

NEW YORK, June 18, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Hip Hop Hall of Fame
Awards TV Show is set to kick-off a national and international media
campaign in New York City announcing the 2012 Hall of Fame Inductee
Class at a VIP Industry Mixer at Amnesia NYC on Monday July 30, 2012.
The Mixer will also feature the unveiling of the Hip Hop Hall of Fame
Museum preliminary plans and designs for the Manhattan location. The
event will be attended by Hip-Hop Pioneers, Artists, Executives, and
Industry Tastemakers. Other guests will include New York City and State Officials and Agencies, Business, Educational, Cultural, and Community leaders and Organizations.

The mixer will be followed by an official Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum
All Star Benefit Concert with performances by the Legendary Cold Crush
Brothers, DAS EFX, Brand Nubian, Brother J & X-Clan, Rob Base, the
Fearless Four, Crash Crew, Black Sheep, and more will be added. “The
concert will celebrate Hip Hop Music and Culture from the 70s, 80s, 90, 2000s, to present day artists who will be featured in upcoming Hip Hop Hall Documentary Film”, stated Creator and Executive Producer J.T.
Thompson.

The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards television show is scheduled for
November at the Apollo Theater during Hip Hop History Month. This is
first broadcast since it aired on BET cable network in the 90s. “Hip
Hop has come a long way and we are looking forward to seeing all the
people at the Benefit Concert who love hip hop music and culture”,
stated Easy A.D. of the Cold Crush Brothers. Proceeds to benefit the
museum project.

Tickets will go on-sale on June 21, 2012, online at
http://hiphophall.org and at ticket carriers for $25 in advance, and $30 at the door. Fans and Supporters can get event information and join the online social community at Facebook and Twitter at http://facebook.com/hiphophalloffame and http://twitter.com/hiphophall,
For Special Invitations, RSVPs, and Press Inquiries contact Hip Hop
Global Media & Entertainment or email event staff at
hiphophof@gmail.com.




Hip Hop Hall of Fame Inductees Announcement Concert Adds Cold Crush Brothers, DAS EFX, Brand Nubian, X-Clan, Rob Base, Crash Crew, Black Sheep, and More

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NEW YORK, June 12, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Hip Hop Hall of Fame
Awards TV Show is set to kick-off a national and international media
campaign in New York City announcing the 2012 Hall of Fame Inductee
Class at a VIP Industry Mixer at Amnesia NYC on Monday July 30, 2012. The Mixer will also feature the unveiling of the Hip Hop Hall of FameMuseum preliminary plans and designs for the Manhattan location. The event will be attended by Hip-Hop Pioneers, Artists, Executives, and Industry Tastemakers. Other guests will include New York City and State Officials and Agencies, Business, Educational, Cultural, and Community leaders and Organizations.

The mixer will be followed by an official Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum All Star Benefit Concert with performances by the Legendary Cold Crush Brothers, DAS EFX, Brand Nubian, Brother J & X-Clan, Rob Base, the Fearless Four, Crash Crew, Black Sheep, and more will be added. ‘The concert will celebrate Hip Hop Music and Culture from the 70s, 80s, 90, 2000s, to present day artists who will be featured in upcoming Hip Hop Hall Documentary Film,’ stated Creator and Executive Producer J.T. Thompson.

The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards television show is scheduled for
November at the Apollo Theater during Hip Hop History Month. This will be the first broadcast of the show since it aired on the BET cable network in the 90s. ‘Hip Hop has come a long way and we are looking forward to seeing all the people at the Benefit Concert who love hip hop music and culture,’ stated Easy A.D. of the Cold Crush Brothers. Proceeds to benefit the museum project.

Tickets will go on-sale on June 18, 2012, online at
http://hiphophall.org and at ticket carriers for $25 in advance, and
$30 at the door. Fans and Supporters can get event information and join our online social community at Facebook and Twitter at
http://facebook.com/hiphophalloffame and http://twitter.com/hiphophall. For Special Invitations, RSVPs, and Press Inquiries contact Hip Hop Global Media & Entertainment or email event staff at hiphophof@gmail.com.