Harlem Men Juelz Santana And Dave East Capture The Essence Of Harlem (Video)

Earlier today, Love and Hip Hop New Yorks Juelz Santana and rapper Dave East released the visuals for their latest hit, “Time Ticking.” Continue Reading →

Harlem’s A$AP Rocky Drives To The Beat Of His Own Drum Machine

A$AP (Always Strive and Prosper) Rocky is a native New Yorker, born and raised in Harlem. In his prepubescent years, his father is sentenced to prison for drug dealing, and his older brother dies by a bullet wound. Continue Reading →

Frank Ocean Releases New Track ‘Chanel’ Featuring Harlem Man A$AP Rocky (Listen)

Out of nowhere, Frank Ocean announced that he hosting his second episode of his Beats 1 Radio show, blonded RADIO, on Friday (March 10, 2017) and asked fans to tune in. Continue Reading →

Diddy Wants People to Rap Notorious B.I.G. Lyrics

Billboard reports that Harlem man Diddy has big plans to celebrate the legacy of the late Notorious B.I.G. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Commissioner Menin Announced First Ever Economic Impact Study

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Media and Entertainment Commissioner Julie Menin today announced the results of the first-ever economic impact study of New York City’s music industry from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Azealia Banks Scolded For Skipping Court In Bouncer Breast-Biting Case

A Manhattan judge scolded Harlem rapper Azealia Banks for failing to turn up for court Monday and then trying to dismiss her absence as mere tardiness. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Crystal Caines Wants “No Drama” (Audio)

XXLMag reports that multi-talented artist Crystal Caines is trying to get everyone out the club altercation-free on her new track “No Drama,” produced by her and her team The Understudy. Continue Reading →

Join CeCe Winans At AOL Build

“Let Them Fall in Love,” the latest album by CeCe Winans, is available now. Winans says that this album delightfully surprises her fan base. Continue Reading →

Malcolm Merriweather Talks Music On The Danny Tisdale Show

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Join host Danny Tisdale as he talks to Harlem’s Malcolm Merriweather on The Danny Tisdale Show about Mr. Merriweather’s new job as music director of The Dessoff Choirs, living in Harlem, the upcoming performance We Remember about Dr. Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy, baking Red Velvet cake, his favorite place in Harlem and much more. Continue Reading →

Harlem Stage Director Simone Eccleston Moves To The Kennedy Center

The director of programming at Harlem Stage in New York is heading to Washington to become the first director of hip hop culture at the Kennedy Center.

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