An early signed black and white photograph of James Brown, signed the Godfather of Soul. Continue reading
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Join Jamal Joseph, Afeni Shakur and Dorian Warren for an evening in celebration of the release of the autobiography, Panther Baby, (Algonquin)
by Jamal Joseph.
A conversation follows with Jamal Joseph, Afeni Shakur, author, political activist, member of the Black Panther Party and mother of noted Hip Hop artist Tupac Shakur, and Columbia University political science/public affairs professor Dorian Warren.
Harlem’s Award winning, Oscar and Grammy nominated IMPACT Repertory Theatre will conclude the evening with a special performance. Continue reading
Libyan rebel fighter Jaad Jumaa Hashmi cranks up the volume on his pickup truck’s stereo when he heads into battle against Moammar Gadhafi‘s forces. He looks for inspiration from a growing cadre of amateur rappers whose powerful songs have helped define the revolution. Continue reading
Think you would make the perfect Tupac Shakur in a movie about his life? Well, the folks at Morgan Creek Productions, Skee.TV, and Karmaloop are giving you a chance to prove it.
Do you have the edge that Tupac had in life and in the film Juice, the story about four Harlem teens whose lives are changed when a store robbery goes wrong. Continue reading
The Los Angeles Times apologized for using documents that were apparently fabricated in a story implicating associates of Harlemite Sean “Diddy” Combs in a 1994 assault on rapper Tupac Shakur.