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Rhythms, Rhymes, & Visionaries: The Universal Hip-Hop Museum

As Hip Hop celebrates fifty years of revolution and evolution, its birthplace in New York City’s Bronx represents the generational impact of this creative outlet. In its constant reinvention and influence, artists have addressed Black life's social, political, and economic strife in beautiful art forms. Luckily, at The Universal Hip Hop Museum in the Bronx, such artistry can be seen with your own eyes!

Rhythms, Rhymes, & Visionaries: The Universal Hip-Hop Museum

When Did You Fall In Love With Hip-Hop? Celebrating 50 Years of Black America’s Cultural Domination

While the true value and impact of hip hop – culturally, monetarily, and globally – can never be adequately quantified, the best estimates place the number close to $20 billion. What began as a refuge for our society’s forsaken and largely ignored demographics has evolved into a marketplace where Black hip-hop culture is the top commodity that many from the culture are celebrating and profiting from. While no institution is perfect, hip hop has evolved to become a haven where Black people, including their culture and experiences, are elevated to a class all their own.

When Did You Fall In Love With Hip-Hop? Celebrating 50 Years of Black America’s Cultural Domination

Pouring into Passions: Raw Nation’s Everlasting Impact

Raw Nation has long contributed to its artists' success through access and exposure, thus remaining vital to its entertainers, artists, dancers, and musicians to see their hopes and dreams come to life! With the insight of Eva Patterson, current CEO, this read will allow you to dive into the possibilities and progress this thriving business has contributed to the urban industry and creators of color around the world!

Pouring into Passions: Raw Nation’s Everlasting Impact

Paula Patton, Michael M. Mays, KJ Smith, Lawrence Hilton Jacobs, Blanca Lawson, Elisha Williams, Yolanda Ross, Donnel Turner, Susan Kelechi Watson, and More are up for this year's HAPAwards

The 6th Edition of the Hollywood and African Prestigious Awards (HAPAwardsreturns with the theme - 'Connecting Black Excellence Globally' on Saturday, October 29, 2022, at the historical Ambassador Auditorium, 131 S. St. John Ave, Pasadena, California 91105.

Paula Patton, Michael M. Mays, KJ Smith, Lawrence Hilton Jacobs, Blanca Lawson, Elisha Williams, Yolanda Ross, Donnel Turner, Susan Kelechi Watson, and More are up for this year's HAPAwards
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