Hip Hop Legend Biz Markie Passes Away at Age 57. Fans & Peers Mourn His Death

Biz Markie, the legendary rapper, D.J. and producer whose humorous lyrics and off-key wail on songs like “Just a Friend” earned him the nickname Clown Prince of Hip-Hop, died on Friday his manager confirmed. He was 57. Musicians and entertainers took to social media to offer their condolences to Biz Markie. LL Cool J postedContinue reading “Hip Hop Legend Biz Markie Passes Away at Age 57. Fans & Peers Mourn His Death”

The Jerky Boys Set to Release Brand New Album November 27th

First Album In 20 Years The Jerky Boys are back with the new calls, new characters and the same Jerky Boys attitude! “Johnny Brennan’s cultural phenomenon in the 1990s makes a comeback with their first new Jerky Boys album in over 20 years” according to Comedy Dynamics, the label who’s putting out the record.  Join Sol Rosenberg,Continue reading “The Jerky Boys Set to Release Brand New Album November 27th”

Legendary Heavy D To Be Honored With Sculpture in His Hometown

The late rapper Heavy D is being honored with a sculpture in his hometown of Mount Vernon, New York. Born Dwight Errington Myers, Heavy D grew up in Mount Vernon and passed away too soon, at the age of 44 in 2011. The Sculpture is being called ‘Peaceful Journey’ which was the title of theContinue reading “Legendary Heavy D To Be Honored With Sculpture in His Hometown”

Wrestling: Remembering The Glory Days

When Wrestling WAS Wrestling Growing up in the late 70’s and early 80’s was a great time to be a fan of Professional Wrestling. Back then, you actually thought it was a sport, not like todays wrestling which boasts their program and events as ‘sports entertainment.’ There was so much excitement in the hey daysContinue reading “Wrestling: Remembering The Glory Days”

Rapper John O. Releases New Video Featuring Throwback Clips of R&B & Hip Hop Artists Who Paved The Way

New Video for ‘Old Thing Back’ On Friday August 28th, Rapper John O. released his new visual to his latest single ‘Old Thing Back’ by dropping his new video to the masses. Old heads and New Heads will enjoy this body of work, as it features the pioneers in 80’s Hip Hop and R&B. TheContinue reading “Rapper John O. Releases New Video Featuring Throwback Clips of R&B & Hip Hop Artists Who Paved The Way”

John O. Drops A HipHop/R&B Gem With The Single ‘Old Thing Back’

‘OLD THING BACK’ IS A SMOOTH R&B/HIPHOP TRIBUTE TRACK THAT TAKES US ALL BACK Hip Hop Artist JohnOllie aka JOHN O is back with his latest release “Old Thing Back” which hit radio on July 29th and is available today, August 7th on all digital platforms. Watch The Official Video for “Old Thing Back” below.Continue reading “John O. Drops A HipHop/R&B Gem With The Single ‘Old Thing Back’”

Music Pioneer Andre Harrell Dies at 59

Music Pioneer Andre Harrell has passed away at the age of 59. DJ D-Nice broke the news to the world overnight (May 9th) and the details surrounding Harrell’s death are still not known and haven’t been released. Andre was raised in the Bronx and loved everything about music. He got into Hip Hop as aContinue reading “Music Pioneer Andre Harrell Dies at 59”

M-Tri & DJ Flux “Locked In”

M-Tri is a Triple Threat From the Gravesend section of Brooklyn, New York comes M-TRI, the triple threat of emcee, DJ and Producer. M-TRI’s introduction to hip hop was through breakdancing and graffiti. Hearing the music of Roxanne Shante, UTFO, RUN DMC, The Fat Boys, LL Cool J and a few others was his earlyContinue reading “M-Tri & DJ Flux “Locked In””

Make Music for NYC’s Frontline Workers

CALLING ALL MUSICIANS Make Music New York is proud to support NYC Artist Collective Tenth Intervention for a massive, city-wide music performance. “For Our Courageous Workers” Wednesday April 29, 2020 at 7pm During the nightly cheer for our frontline workers. Our goal is to attract over one thousand participants to perform the newly conceived symphonicContinue reading “Make Music for NYC’s Frontline Workers”