Distinctiveness is difficult to find these days, and even though many push to claim it, only a few resonate. Speaking truth and understanding of oneself does wonder in the eyes of who’s watching and paying attention. Paying attention indeed is what thousands of people are doing when they meet Fallon.
Born in California, Fallon matriculated to a New York college in hopes of learning more about the birthplace of Hip Hop. Putting a name out for herself, she performed throughout the city, dropped several hot projects including: “Maria”, “Breathe Alone”, “No Way to Mend it”.
Digging deeper into the Fallon lifestyle, I decided to interview this new up and coming true lady emcee.
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Project Pat freestyles over Ja-Z’s “Poppin tags” on Sway’s morning show at Shade 45. Upcoming tour with Juicy J on the way. Good to see Project Pat still doing his thing!
Finally!! It’s about time someone steps up in hip hop to discuss the “Molly” epidemic and it’s side effects.
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Capital Records recording artist, Tito Lopez takes time out of his recording session to sit down with us for Real Emcee talk. In this interview, Tito Lopez talks life experiences, Biggie Smalls, Outkast & Dungeon Family as his inspirations, as well as going back in time to re-record Nas’ “If I Ruled The World”. For those of you who are new to Tito Lopez, Just know that he is one hip hops brightest up & coming new stars and stays true to the game.
“Remember me as somebody who took chances, who had bars, who wasn’t scared to stand up for hip hop. My music is needed.” -Tito Lopez
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50 Cent speaks on his new project “Street King Immortal”, Talks business deals with Timbaland and SMS Audio, boxing venture and workout book titled, “Formula 50″.
Once upon a time, being hip hop was something we did for free. Hip hop, for the average inner city kid was a lifestyle which involved, breakdancing, graffiti, deejaying & rapping.
Even though some artists still pay homage to the pioneers, respect for the culture has diminished over the years. If you are truly interested in doing your research on hip hop culture, films like these are a great place to start. (more…)