French Montana On Harlem’s Max B Music Influence And More

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We like French Montana, cause he always around some Harlem boys (Puff, Max B, ASAP Rocky, etc.,). Music Times reports that some names are just synonymous with each other, like Tom and Jerry or Thelma and Louise. Continue Reading →

Timbaland Podcast On Mantronix, Reinvention, And Kids In Harlem (audio)

timbaland_banner3Timbaland is a producer, rapper, songwriter, and now, an author. A four-time Grammy winner, Timbaland has worked with artists including Rihanna, Nas, Aaliyah, Jay-Z, Nelly Furtado, Drake, Missy Elliot, Pharrell Williams, Rick Ross, Ludacris, Madonna, and Mariah Carey. Continue Reading →

Mack Wilds “Love In The 90s” With Teddy Riley… (video)

mack wilds love in the 90 in harlemGrammy Award®-nominated singer, songwriter, performer, actor, and all-around entertainer MACK WILDS returns with his brand new single, “Love In The 90z.” The song is available at all digital retailers today through Louder Than Life/Epic Records. Continue Reading →

Legal Lessons Harlemites Can Learn From Celebrity Break-Ups

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By Hillel L. Presser

Harlem girl Kelis divorced Nas, she has remarried having her second child, back in the day East Harlem’s Burt Lancaster had two marriages end in divorce. Sadly, there’s never a shortage of notable divorces, and outlets like TMZ are never dry on the topic. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Singer Kelis Pregnant With Second Child

KelisHarlem singer Kelis is pregnant with her second child, according to multiple reports. The ‘Milkshake’ star is currently expecting her second child. Kelis revealed the pregnancy during the AfroPunk Festival at Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn, hiding a baby bump under her pink Kimono.  Continue Reading →

Stretch And Bobbito: 25th Anniversary At SummerStage

tumblr_inline_nl9gkoyCz11sb5qewDuring the 1990s, Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia introduced the world to an unsigned Nas, Biggie, Wu-Tang, and Big Pun as well as an unknown Jay-Z, Eminem, Fat Joe, and the Fugees through their eponymous radio show. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Hennessy Doc Explores Brand’s Relationship With African-Americans

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So what do you get when you combine a spirit brand with social justice, stir, and garnish with a jazz and hip-hop twist? The answer is all in the title of the documentary, “An Unexpected History: The Story of Hennessy and African-Americans.” Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Lamont “Big L” Coleman, 1974 – 1999 (videos)

Lamont Coleman (May 30, 1974 – February 15, 1999), best known by his stage name Big L, was an American hip hop recording artist, born and raised in Harlem, New York, New York. Continue Reading →