Wood proposed the year-long “Exploring Hip-Hop ... hip-hop as a career. “It’s a hobby for me. I’ve got other plans,” Correa said. Wyche saidhe could possibly see himself working in the music industry but took the class mostly for fun.
SHEFFIELD — A commuity event featuring local hip-hop artists will be ... It's all very positive, and the music is very clean." Hamburgers, hot dogs and barbecued chicken will be available along with treats for the children. For more information or.
That’s the essential aesthetic of H3TV, a Kansas City-based children’s hip-hop group that has reinvented ... the message of the music remains the same: making healthy choices, learning and having fun. And the quality of the music is still important.
This speaks to a glaring need of our children: a place where their voices can be heard and a place where they can be inspired. Our urban youth are still inspired by at least one thing: Music. Specifically, the music and lifestyle associated with Hip Hop.
That loose, goofy, self-empowering brand of hip-hop he and partner Inglish ... "The message was always positive and fun," Segal says of The Cool Kids, adding that the duo served as direct inspiration "for our generation of music makers" and the foundation.
In October, kids across the world will have the opportunity to learn about hip-hop culture in a fun and inventive way ... book's proceeds will go to the Jam Master Jay Foundation for Music. The foundation provides equal access to the arts for children.
This will be a fun thing and ... songs produced by Hip Hop Public Health for First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign. Rymer's 2011 CD "Love Me for Who I Am" was inspired by his experience performing for and working with kids with autism.
and high-risk messages often celebrated within mainstream rap music, hip hop culture at its core, is built on values of social justice, peace, respect, self-worth, community, and having fun. And because of these values, it’s increasingly being used as a.
Uncle Luke, the self-proclaimed creator of southern hip-hop, was (finally!) awarded and recognized for the style of dance music he brought to the scene ... And this was no spiffy, super fun, super funny-haha-ain’t-he-clever type of rap.
Hip Hop Hope Family Fun Day in Houston’s 5th Ward. They expected a crowd of about 1,000 people to enjoy and receive free backpacks full of school supplies, haircuts, food, inflatable games, and positive hip hop music. Below is a quick-hit, photo.