This movie is gonna get all types of hype in 5,4,3…
via Daily Mail
The film’s trailer features children engaged in multiple shoot-outs, drug-taking and sex scenes.
But director M5 – real name Termaine Brown – claims Toddlers merely reflects the reality of what is happening in inner-city neighbourhoods such as Harlem.
Damn, someone took the tweezers to Mason Betha and dissected the rapper turned preacher. Its that homegrown Harlem hustle that is oozing out of Mase on this one. He got caught with his hand in the Pimpin’-on-the-Pulpit jar on this one.
I must admit I heard this last year in the streets of Harlem and I just thought the person was being bias towards folk with iPod, cuz in Harlem everyone got an iPod but lo and behold here goes the medical/scientific data to back up that info. That is the real meaning of STREET KNOWLEDGE, and the professionals are always about a year late behind the streets.
via Greasy Guide
“Change in our community through the power of networking” – Black Business Works
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We will be showing a special screening commissioned by Mario Van Peebles entitled “Bring your A game”. Actor-director Mario Van Peebles and producer Karen Williams partnered with 21CF & created this groundbreaking documentary to act as a catalysts for a national conversation on the plight of black men & boys. Geared toward youth, “Bring You’re A Game” (22 minutes in length), underscores that graduating from high school & educational achievement is essential for young people to achieve their goals in life. It features prominent black males from diverse fields who are asked, “What does it take to bring your “A” Game and succeed in life? Read more…
seen @ rapradar
Wow, this sh*t is like an early X-Mas. Jay and Dame on one stage personifying that rare chemistry that will never be duplicated again (not in our era) and performing one of my favorites nonetheless. Its apparent from this that Dame is Robin to Jay’s Batman and its a damn shame that these two let the sh*t get past the point of repair. LMAO @ the FOI holding the stage down, was this when Guy Fisher and them still had the Apollo? Oh yeah, two words before we part…Sauce Mothaf*ckin‘!!
Alright, here is the (edited) video to the audio that many are describing as the proverbial ‘nail-in-the-coffin’ for the Harlem Diplomat Reunion. Cam, emphatically states that dreams of a reunion have been permanently shattered by Jim’s continuous bloopers, the latest being him denying that Killa had a phone conversation with him. Honestly, we all know Cam can stand on his own and build up any movement around himself but what will Jimmy and Juelz do? As fate would have it, their solo careers are some what stagnant and any attempts to recreate the flame that was once Dip Set has fallen on deaf ears, to say the least. The MTV clip below is Juelz response, which still sounds a tad bit salty: Read more…
Hands down, the hottest n*gga in NY and for all the RIGHT reasons. He keeping the movement movin’ by keeping our computers putin’
Nova- BIG FISH EAT LITTLE FISH
Uh oh, looks like Killa got caught with his hand in the cookie jar. Apparently, another Harlem MC made a similar song called “Hate My Job” which is the same song and video that Cam’ron has reemerged with, roughly a week ago. While his internet fanbase is applauding Cam for connecting with the “common” man and his hatred for his day-to-day, Nova is claiming outright theft, and he’s not sitting still either. The 106 & Park freestyle champ has posted a video going at Cam’s neck for the jack-move. Look at the video’s and listen to songs to compare for yourselves and tell us what you think.
EVIDENCE A- NOVA- Hate My Job
EVIDENCE B- Cam’ron- Hate My Job
I actually had to look at this a few times before I saw the cleverness in it. Shot in Ohio, Cam has taken himself off of 140th and Lenox and injected himself into the daily conversation being had around America. This is a song for the working man, a “recession” anthem but not in the same vein of Jeezy, which is what you’d expect from Killa. I know Cam has something in the stash, so I will let him pass on this one. Plus, he’s getting back to the humor we miss in Hip Hop.
via LA Times
Black leaders say that if Hillary Rodham Clinton returns as senator, she’ll need to heal racial wounds her campaign has inflicted.
Even as she continues her longshot presidential bid, Hillary Rodham Clinton faces a political rift in New York, where black leaders say her standing has dropped due to racially charged comments by her and her husband during the campaign.
African American elected officials and clerics based in New York City say Clinton will need to defuse resentment over the campaign’s racial overtones if she returns to New York as U.S. senator.
Source: NYT, ERIC KONIGSBERG and CHRISTINE HAUSER
It is customary in NYC that as the weather gets warmer, tempers flare quicker and alot more disputes are settled by way of the gun. Sad but True. People were mowed down in Harlem Monday night here are the details:
Eight people were shot late Monday night along a stretch of Lenox Avenue north of 125th Street in Harlem, the police said.
The police said they believed that the shootings stemmed from a disturbance nearby at Marcus Garvey Park, where gunshots rang out in a large crowd.
Jimmy in Hollywood with Dame chopping it up with the suits…
These dudes always showed love when we hustled next to the Apollo last summer. Shout out to Caz! Now they are conducting a contest for free tickets…read below!
WIN FREE TICKETS TO NEW HIP-HOP BUS TOUR IN NYC!
HARLEM HIP-HOP TOURS ANNOUNCES NEW CONTEST GIVE AWAY
May 19, 2008, New York, NY Harlem Hip-Hop Tours (H3 Tours) is giving away two free tickets to their newly launched Hip-Hop On. Hip-Hop Off. Tour in New York City.
Text h3logo to 67463 or go to http://www.harlemhiphoptours.com/hoponoff.html by May 31st to enter for a chance to win two FREE tickets to the Harlem Hip-Hop Tours new bus tour experience.
Notice to all aspiring rap artists, don’t miss out on an opportunity to be a part of history. The Hip Hop Culture Center in Harlem will be holding auditions for its second annual Rapathon, an attempt to make the Guiness Book of World Records for the lomgest ongoing rap marathon.
Held at The Magic Johnson Theater (2nd floor) tryouts will go down April 8th, the 14th, the 18th and the 21st between the hours of 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. The competition is open to ANYONE of all ages, who can rap for 90 seconds without cursing or debasing folks. Last year’s rapathon lasted for 24 hours and included 117 lyricists.
This year’s attempt to top that will go down on May 3rd and also will include an attempt to stage New York’s biggest Electric Slide comp, taking place on 124th between Frederick Douglass Blvd. and St. Nicholas Ave. If you wanna boogie on down the road bring a can of canned goods which will be donated to a needy Haitian charity. If you need any more info holla at Natassia Seward @ (212) 234-7171.
Customers looking to get their hands on Hannah Montana got the shock of their lives when they popped in their purchased CD and heard Juelz Santana. Somehow, someway the Diplomats ended up on copies of Disney distributed Disney Channel Hits. The shoppers who said they purchased the CD’s in Toys R’ Us say they object to the profanity and subject matter in Dip Set’s music and this was totally unsuitable for little Becky and Peggy Sue. At press time Disney hasn’t returned any calls for comment…we’ll keep you posted!