HipHop News

Hip-Hop Hall of Fame and Museum set to open in Harlem

HARLEM, Manhattan – The Hip Hop Hall of Fame and Museum is set to open in just weeks with a goal to remember and inspire.

It was actually founded in 2006, but will now have a building on 125th Street in Harlem.

The museum will have exhibits on how artists such as Run-DMC, Slick Rick, Fat Joe, Missy Elliott and Kurtis Blow launched their careers from the streets to stardom.

It's not just old school, it's an ongoing salute to hip-hop artists of today.

Something music writers say is a sound that continues to affect every piece of music we listen to today.

'Hip hop is a sound that's felt by everyone, no matter your race - the music relates to everyone,' says Alex Gale of Billboard Magazine.

The Hip Hop Hall of Fame will also have a strong educational base and programs for youth teaching creativity as an option to succeed in life.


Check This Out (View All)

Texte alternatif