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Another Day in the Life of Hip Hop. On this particular Day eye was awaken by a phone call. Usually eye don't answer when eym sleep. Eye happened to glance at...
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No one was killed, no crack was sold, and no women were disrespected during the making of this album! This is an album made from pure love and respect for the artform of ...Hip Hop
“Have you ever heard of Jesse West?” If you are a true Hip Hop disciple your answer should be “Hell yeah!” But chances are, maybe you didn’t. How would you describe him to someone who has never heard his music? To hear him describe himself “I’m so f%&kin Hip Hop!” May sound a bit absurd at first, until you hear a song he loves to perform live with the same title. Jesse West aka 3rd Eye’s career as an Emcee spans 22 years thus far, but don’t call him old school. He says, “I’m at the top of my craft right now.
WHO WE ARE The Hip Hop Union On September 19, 2009 a group of 22 individuals from various Hip Hop Organizations across the country assembled to discuss what they could do collectively to make Hip Hop stronger, more respected and worthwhile they named themselves the Collective. The group concluded that The Hip Hop Union will act together to secure specific benefits, rights and respect for the Hip Hop Community.
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