Hip Hop Is Being Used To Fight Crime In Fort Myers

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It’s a unique take on a common problem; combating crime with loud music. Over 600 kids went out to the Harborside Event Center on Saturday night – where hip-hip was blaring for a good reason. If you tally it up, in the last month Southwest Florida has seen over 10 shootings. That’s on top of multiple robbery; many involving teens. Music with a Voice wants to end the violence. They say actions speak louder than words.

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Hip-Hop Reacts To James Gandolfini’s Death

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The actor James Gandolfini has died, aged 51. Gandolfini was best known for his role as Tony Soprano in the HBO series, “The Sopranos”, although he also had a successful theatre, film and documentary career. The cause of the actor’s untimely passing is said to have been a heart attack.

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Dr. Dre Says He’s Heading Back To The Studio

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Dr. Dre has revealed that he is planning some extensive studio time.The release of Dre’s near-mythic “Detox” album is a constant source of speculation in the world of Hip-Hop. Now, Dr. Dre has said that he is certainly about to put in a lot of studio time. Dre now has his own programme running at USC and he told LA Weekly that he was ready to return to his first love, recording.

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Have We Outgrown Hip-Hop?

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When hip-hop legend Knowledge B. Born headed to the stage to finally receive his Hip-Hop Lifetime Achievement Award, he clutched in his right hand a speech written in graffiti that he had wanted to deliver for years. He planned to put the entire audience of rap superstars on blast for destroying the culture he helped create. But, when he looked into the faces of a room full of rich kids half his age, who were either half asleep or busy textin’, he just crumbled up his notes, said “Ya’ll keep doin’ your thing,” and left the stage. Leaving the crowd whispering amongst themselves, “Who was that old dude…”

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ARTIST FROM EVERY ANGLE, YOU CAN CALL HIM HIP HOP – OFFICIAL INTERVIEW

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Born in Manhattan I was raised in The Boggie Down Bronx Zoo , Pelham Parkway to be exact. Growing up my mom was real big on music, there for I was hip to all of the classics, old school hip-hop, R&B , Jazz & Soul, so music was one the first things I ever knew & loved. My path to becoming an Emcee didn’t really start with lyricism, but more so with poetry

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D’Angelo Is Back

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D’Angelo is back. The reclusive R&B singer made his first live U.S. appearance in 12 years at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival early Sunday morning, surprising a few thousand fans during Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s Superjam session.
“I’ve been waiting 12 years to say this – ladies and gentlemen, D’Angelo!,” Thompson said as the crowd roared. It was his first U.S. show since 2000 and a prelude to an appearance at July’s Essence Music Festival and a European tour with many of the same players who backed him Sunday morning. D’Angelo played live in Europe earlier this year.

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