HipHopABC.TV took to the streets of Austin Texas during 2017 SXSW festival and we caught up with a few of our friends like newly signed Def Jam Artist Dave East.
We also caught up with London based DJ & radio personality Sarah Harrison aka Lady In The Trap.
During our stroll through the Austin Streets, we were joined by Interscope executive and founder of Never Sold Dope, Keinon “The Maven” Johnson who offered to correspond on our behalf.
Big shout out to all the musicians, artists and creatives that sacrificed their hard earned money and time to attend this years SXSW Festival. Be sure to check in with us next year we shall be taking our efforts to the next level.
On the 18th of January Level Up, in conjunction with the Live Civil Tour is inviting you to their brunch series featuring cultural artige’ & digital renaissance woman, Karen Civil.
This event highlights an intimate conversation with Karen discussing some of the most valuable lessons learned on her journey as well as a Q & A immediately following. Seating is first come first serve so come early for preferred seating areas.
Friends, family and peers all came out to support Angela Simmons as she releases new fashion collection. Everyone who even mentions her name seem to wear a proud smile that truly reveals how much she is respected in the industry. She’s come a long way since the days of the Pastry sneaker line and it’s exciting to watch as her talents flourish right before our eyes. Congrats Angela!
Recently Jay Z sat down with Elliott Wilson to open up about some of today’s hottest topics. With his recent album release of Magna Carta Holy Grail, Jay Z finds himself once again at the forefront of the world’s watchful eye of the media. We all know him to be extremely careful when it comes to interviews, he’s particularly guarded with his words. But with his growth as an artist an businessman as well, Shawn Carter, the man behind the voice is finally opening up to reveal his most personal feelings. He’s definitely matured over the years and has proudly accepted his role as a hip hop veteran and positive role model for the millions who listen to his music and follow his movement.
Started in 1987 by DJs Matt Dike and Michael Ross, Los Angeles-based independent label Delicious Vinyl gave rap two of its earliest reputable crossover successes in Tone Loc and Young MC, who broke platinum with “Wild Thing” and “Bust A Move” respectively. Between releases with Masta Ace, The Whoridas, Brand New Heavies, Mellow Man Ace and more, they released Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde, the classic debut from West Coast rap group The Pharcyde. DV recently dropped a slew of unreleased material from immortal producer J Dilla, namely Lost Scrolls Vol. 1, Frank-N-Dank 48 Hours, and new Dilla-produced music from The Yancey Boys. Now, Delicious Vinyl continues its devotion to hip-hop’s past, present and future. Located directly underneath the record label’s HQ in Hollywood, California, the Delicious Vinyl store officially opened up its doors for business in February 2013, and is the first DV store of its kind. Selling Delicious Vinyl music and merchandise, it’s the perfect place to pick up classic DV records, including rare and out-of-print joints, as well as fashionable threads stamped with the DV logo, a true hip hop staple. The store also serves as an intimate gallery and event space, regularly showcasing works by artists such as SLICK and Cook One, and hosting live shows and parties with a wide variety of guests. Akin to Miss Lily’s in NYC’s Greenwich Village, the West Indian themed hotspot, the Delicious Vinyl store offers a hip-hop themed space for the musically-inclined to shop, hang out, and generally take part in and enjoy the culture. Essentially, the DV spot is a place to discover, draw inspiration, and embrace the Delicious Vinyl aesthetic.
There’s no escaping it! Hip Hop is all around us and believe it or not, it lives in all of us. As avid enthusiasts, we introduce to you Hookah and Hip Hop, and fusion of two cultures that when combined brings quite an unforgettable euphoria. In our first segment, to you will watch Prince Dupree drop an ill freestyle that will make you think to yourselves ‘where has he been all this time’. And this is only the beginning! The Queen of Sheba Restaurant & Hookah Lounge in Atlanta, GA is where you can come experience this social event live and in person every Monday night from 8pm – 1am. Also spotted last week on the scene was Circle Group Entertainment’s Noggz, known for his street single ‘Money Talk’ and “Bottoms Up”. We all know hip hop to be diverse, eccentric and universal, see for yourself and witness the birth of something special.
If Allen Engstrom, of Little Rock, Arkansas, could do it all over again, he’d probably download every lost/stolen app there was for his iPhone as well as, his iPad. But that wasn’t the case and as he’s kicking himself for not doing so, he’s receiving constant reminders for that mistake via his iCloud service. While on a flight from Denver to Phoenix, Engstrom misplaced his iPad and it was subsequently stolen. To make matters worse (and entertaining at times), he’s been receiving random pictures on his iPhone of the apparent suspect and as you can see, glancing at some of the pics, you probably couldn’t help but laugh at some of the silly poses.
In effort to get his property back, Allen Engstrom started posting pics to his Facebook page.
Ahhhh….There’s nothing like the smell of fresh new leather! One thing is for sure, the all new 2013 Chrysler 300 comes laced with plenty of it. With top of the line features and parts, this piece of flawless luxury is a sure bet to win over whoever is lucky enough to ride with you or even to on-lookers curbside. Check out the flagship vehicle of the Chrysler brand below in the following video… It doesn’t hurt that somewhere along the line Dr. Dre is tied in with this venture as well….peep that background music.