Originally slated for Sept. 2, one of the most anticipated dates in the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival series was rescheduled for this past Saturday, Sept. 19.
The problem with long waits in large crowds is that you can’t control the conversations around you: you don’t mean to ear hustle but the proximity you find yourself in subjects you to the nonsense.
The aftereffects to a Summer Jam appearance/performance have historically shown to project said artist’s career on an upward trajectory towards super star.
While the tri-state missed the full devasting potential of Hurricane Henri, we still got that work from Mother Nature. The show must and did go on however, this past Sunday at the MetLife Stadium as Hot 97 welcomed back the ...
For the majority of us, as mere infants we’ve been indoctrinated we the maxim, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.
“Yo, we can hit a lick doing this music thing, I’m telling you. My man nice with the beats, I know this kid who got a lethal pen and my swag crazy.” For better or worse, this is a mind ...
To reach optimum level is what we strive for. Even if it’s only once. We know that the arrival to that place is going to come with peaks and valleys but when we arrive, it’ll be worth it in the ...
Maybe we need to start looking at things a little closer. Apparently, few years back one of the most respected music outlets, at least at that time, compiled a list of the greatest one-hit wonders of all times.
When on the cusp of the finale of the 2021 NBA season, the thoughts should be squarely on how the last two teams standing match up in their quest for the Larry O’Brien trophy.
NBA Superstar, Brooklyn Net guard James Harden, is on the cusp of grabbing the brass ring. That one achievement that he has yet to grasp on the court.
For the past 15-18 months commemorating any date has been a task as days seem to just string together as one continuous, monotonous time frame.
The headlines and soundbites, while deserving of the celebratory accomplishment, doesn’t reveal the whole story. Yes, we have giants, building blocks even, of hip hop culture feted, but of deeper significance is the recognition of the contributions of African American ...
Twenty-three years after the release of his genre-altering debut album “It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot,” DMX, on an episode of the podcast Drink Champs, spoke with exuberance, details of the then yet to be completed new album.
At this time last year, the company line for the start of the new season for the Big 3 read as follows:
Nothing like watching remnants of the future unfold before your very eyes. That’s what went down last Saturday as the Triller Fight Club invaded the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA.