Horse Power: Hip-Hop’s Impact on Polo Ralph Lauren

Polo Ralph Lauren wasn’t originally meant for the hip-hop community until the Lo-Lifes, a crew of Brooklyn teenagers, adopted the label and made it their own in the late ‘80s. It exploded in the streets and by the ‘90s, Polo was an inescapable part of hip-hop culture, from music videos to magazine covers. Despite the…

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Combat Jack passes away at the age of 48.

The legendary Reggie Osse´ better known as Combat Jack has passed away today at the age of 48 due to a battle with colon cancer. Some may know him from the Combat jack Show podcast, but he also graduated from Cornell University. Received his degree in law from georgetown University Law Center. He represented a…

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Summer Stage 2017 Bilal, Jim Jones, A$AP Mob and Kid Cudi

City Parks Summer Stage 2017 has a couple good dates coming up with soul singer Bilal, Harlem’s own Cappo Jim Jones, A$AP Mob and the lonely stoner Kid Cudi! Details below! In association with Jill Newman Productions Grammy award winning musician/composer/producer with boundless dimensions Wednesday, August 16 @ 7pm Marcus Garvey Park, Manhattan Harlem-raised Dipset member…

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4th Annual The Source360

SOURCE360 celebrates the innovation and creativity inspired by the positive use of Hip-Hop and represents NYC’s and Brooklyn’s diverse cultural tapestry. It is a cultural and community celebration embodying the entire 360-degree spectrum of art, music, film & television, fashion, dance, sports, and technology inspired by Hip-Hop. It is more than a festival and hub of creative…

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Brooklyn & Queens Screenings of “STEP”

STEP documents the senior year of a girls’ high-school step dance team against the background of inner-city Baltimore.  As each one tries to become the first in their families to attend college, the girls strive to make their dancing a success against the backdrop of social unrest in the troubled city. Watch the trailer below! Please…

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