The Hip Hop Museum Black Music Month Panel, In collaboration with Institute of Museum and Library Services and Queens Public Library. The Legacy of Soul Samples Featuring Caliph Gamble, Prince […]
Saturday, June 17, 2023, at 5 pm (EST) and 2 pm (PST) Join The Hip Hop Museum as we continue saluting single fathers in battle rap. This time we partnered […]
Walt “Baby” Love, a 2022 inductee into the Radio Hall of Fame, will receive another honor in October as he’s one of eight individuals slated to be recognized by the […]
On Friday night February 24th, Video Music Box and The Hip Hop Museum, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of the City of New York, kicked off the 50th Anniversary […]
Watch as New York City Mayor Eric Adams announces the celebration of Hip Hop with THHM.
MAYOR DE BLASIO AND ROCKY BUCANO ANNOUNCE “IT’S TIME FOR HIP HOP IN NYC” FREE CONCERTS TO BE HELD DURING NYC HOMECOMING WEEK, AUGUST 14-22 Concerts to air exclusively on […]
After a five-year hiatus, Kendrick Lamar’s release of Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers has Hip Hop’s head spinning and hearts open.
Don’t let anyone tell you differently. When it comes down to 80s and 90s Hip Hop, Harlem native Dapper Dan is the originator of luxury streetwear.
His efforts transformed hustler flash and b-boy styling into the most coveted and influential apparel — designs that for the last forty years have influenced high fashion and European runways.
The Business of Hip Hop started with women executives.
It’s true. A culture so cemented in masculine identity has been championed, shaped, marketed and financed by lady executives that saw the vision and ran with it.