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Chart Debuts – 17 July 1982

We take one more look at Billboard.com and their archives of all of their Top 100 charts.

From 33 years ago today, these are the songs that debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982. 58 more words

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BTN Big 10K Update: Musical Edition

We’re a little over a week away from the BTN Big 10K and my training has hit a bit of a snag in the form of a swollen left knee due to overuse (self-diagnosed, of course). 153 more words

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the late la capone and the incarcerated rhondonumbanine...where are your parents?


It is the parents fault and the communities fault that not one person was able to stop this video shoot and still give permission for it to be aired. 743 more words

Beautiful And Intelligent

SPRITE HIP HOP ADS

Last week I saw Sprite is releasing a series of cans featuring lyrics from Notorious B.I.G., Rakim, Nas and the 6 God Drake. Interesting how 3 of the MCs are New York Rappers but that’s another story. 187 more words

It's Viral

NYC Gang Documentary "Rubble Kings" Available For Download As BitTorrent Bundle

(AllHipHop News) The rise of Hip Hop culture was partially centered around creating an alternative to the gang mentality sweeping across sections of New York City in the early 1970’s.  212 more words

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Film Review: Rubble Kings

The New York City depicted in Shan Nicholson’s new documentary, Rubble Kings, is a reminder that “post-apocalyptic” need not be limited to descriptions of the future. 699 more words

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Hip Hop's Founder

Afrika Bambaataa didn’t create Hip Hop but organized what was going on in the city and turned it into a culture. I will forever respect and preserve everything these men and woman created. I AM HIP HOP !!!!

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