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Hit-Man $lade – Recording Artist; Actor; Entrepreneur , Ceo, Playen For Keeps Records. There are those who pave the way. and those who have change the game as well. Mark Mosley A.K.A Hit-Man Slade is definitely one of those few who have done both. New on the scene but not a new jack. Hit-Man Slade is a name and force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry. Slade a former B-boy and Popper for The Fresh Generation aka Brooklyn Street Dancers legendary Break dance crew. Slade has deep roots in the culture of Hip Hop being one of the original members the Notorious B.I.G’s Junior Mafia with Lil Kim, Dee Roc & Chic Delvic and neighborhood cohorts Foxy Brown and Jay Z.
A master of the English vocabulary and a master of the English vocabulary or quick tag on Fulton Street and a visionary with international appeal. Slade’s upcoming journey from the hard streets of Brooklyn, New York. has led him right to the television and radio airwaves of mainstream America.
WHO IS JAE VON aka BUBBLES? Host / Personality Model, Entertainer, Brand Ambassador of SoulfireUsa
“An eclectic blend of Metallica, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and more, she is somebody that you should be watching. “I’m gonna make you smile and you’re going to feel my energy,” she told Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson in her recent interview on Scoop B Radio.
Nsimbi. Comprising the Ugandan hip-hop artist GNL Zamba and American world-fusion artist Miriam Tamar, the music on the duet’s 2018 debut finds the vocalists trading lines and swapping languages over churning, trance-inducing East African instrumentation. With GNL’s background as a pioneering East African rapper and Tamar’s journey through academia in the northeastern U.S. en route to East Africa (where the duo met), they are comfortable fusing traditional elements with new ones.
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Ari Harmony Grinding at her craft from dawn to dusk, adapting to many different environments, it’s a wonder that this dynamic artist will soon top the charts!
Performing from Alabama to New York, her voice has boldly captured your ears and hearts! Her stage presence alone will smooth your mood and pop your groove as she draws you in.
MENTAL COOKING WITH HIP HOP
This is the one book all Street soldiers and true Hip Hop heads need! In this survival guide, you’ll discover everything you need to know about surviving in the urban areas, when disaster strikes. SOUP is a dish best served hot.
Tuesday, February 26th at 6:30pm
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Blvd, Harlem USA
Join the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and AFF as we present a screening and discussion of the award-winning film, The Burial of Kojo by Blitz Bazawule.
The Burial Of Kojo follows the story of Esi, as she recounts her childhood and the tumultuous relationship between her father, Kojo and her uncle, Kwabena. After Kojo goes missing on an illegal mining expedition with Kwabena, Esi embarks on a magical adventure to rescue her father.
DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM IS 50! CELEBRATE AT THE APOLLO
Saturday, February 16 at 1:00 PM Renowned Dance Theater of Harlem returns to the Apollo for a very special presentation of its legendary lecture demonstration. See what goes into making a dancer, the elements of a dance, the links between popular dance and ballet, and how it all comes together to make magic. A few students will even get a chance to show off their moves on stage.
253 West 125th St, New York