Have You Wonder…

“What Ever Happen To Hip Hop” this documentary presents views from hip hop founders, contributors, and artists in an attempt to return its audience to the four principles: Peace, Love, Unity, and Having Fun. Starring Afrika Bambatta, KRS-ONE, Busy Bee, MC Lyte, Slick Rick, Jean Grae and more the documentary charts the evolution of the hip hop movement … Continue reading

Breaking Into The Music Industry Through Your Social Network

Breaking into the music industry has changed artist no longer need to rely on getting record contracts before making a career out of their art. Technology has made everything so much easier. Electronic media distribution as well as social networking has taken over the industry in a big way. In this article, you will learn … Continue reading

How To Get Ahead of the Music Game

No artist today can succeed without building a buzz in his or her regional area. It’s important to build your fan base whether your goal is to get signed to a record label or to stay independent and make money yourself with your own music. How will you stand out?

How to Make Money Selling Drugs

Russel Simmons, 50 Cent, Eminem, and even Susan Sarandon offers commentary in this documentary How to Make Money Selling Drugs. This new film explores the charge of mastering the drug game, constructing a step-by-step booklet for rising the ranks from street hustler to drug lord.

Jay Z Talks #NewRules Via: Twitter

Jay-Z took to his twitter page to talk about #NewRules that he and some of his Roc Nation artist are creating. Check out his tweets on the inside.

New Music: UllNevaNo “Undeniable”

Baltimore Emcee UllNevaNo(You’ll Never Know), has been hard at work finishing up “The Protocol” album with Fredericksburg Virginia producer Logic Marselis. In anticipation for his new album Neva has released “Undeniable”.

DC Own Chi Chi Monet Gets Kids Moving

Ten-year-old Chi Chi Monet answers First Lady Michelle Obama’s call to get kids moving to end childhood obesity with her new video, “Move,” directed and produced by Cool Kids Forever Films. With its ‘kiddie crunk’ beat and eye-catching visuals, Move comes just in time to encourage youth to stay active this summer.