Category Archive: #Archive Hip-Hop

Hip-Hop Revolution at Museum of the City of New York

Hip-Hop Revolution presents more than 80 photographs taken between 1977 and 1990 by three preeminent New York-based photographers—Janette Beckman, Joe Conzo, and Martha Cooper—who documented hip hop from its pioneering days through its… Continue reading

The William and Mary Hip Hop Collection Gear Up for their 2nd Annual Celebration

  Schedule of Events: 1:00pm: (Sundial Stage) Opening Words and J’SAR Banner Induction 1:15-4:00pm: (Special Collections Terrace) William & Mary Instructor and Artist John Lee creating a graffiti-inspired mural 1:20-2:20pm: (Read & Relax)… Continue reading

Help the New Orleans Hip Hop Archive (NOLA) Complete their Kickstarter Campaign!

NOLA is a digital archive of New Orleans hiphop and bounce supported by the Amistad Research Center launching Spring 2014! The Background From Cash Money and No Limit to Lil Wayne, Birdman, Mystikal, Mannie Fresh,Juvenile, Big Freedia & Curren$y to the strong… Continue reading

Library Reunion Lecture Celebrating “Now Scream: The Cornell Hip Hop Collection Exhibition”

Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 4:30pm to 5:30pm Lincoln Hall, B20Dept of Music, 101 Lincoln Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-4101, USA Join Steven F. Pond, associate professor and chair of the department… Continue reading

Call for Participation: Now Scream! The Hip Hop Collection Exhibition

  If you wanna be down, there’s only 6 days left! We’ve already received pics & quotes from China, Brazil, Greece, Kazakhstan, Wales, Saskatchewan, Oakland, Ithaca, and the Bronx, among others! -Ben Ortiz,… Continue reading

Legendary Photographer Joe Conzo’s Collection Finds Home at The Cornell University Hip Hop Collection

Source:http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/hiphop/conzo.html Coming 2013! The Cornell Hip Hop Collection is the proud home of the archive of photographer Joe Conzo, Jr., featuring more than 15,000 of his negatives and prints. Called “The man who… Continue reading

DJ Dr. Duss: History of the Beats (Side A and B)

Download History of the Beat Side B, courtesy of Dr. Duss. DJ Dr. Duss, known throughout the Hip Hop world as the Mixologist, hails from the Millbrook section of the Bronx. Not only is… Continue reading

Celebrate the Launch of the William & Mary Hip Hop Collection

Established by Swem Library’s Special Collections at the College of William & Mary, the William & Mary Hip Hop Collection is the most comprehensive of its kind dedicated to Virginia’s hip hop culture… Continue reading

Call for Participation: Now Scream! The Hip Hop Collection Exhibition

The Hip Hop Collection at Cornell University wants to include YOU in the Now Scream Exhibition! Dear Hip Hop Nation! If you wanna be down, there’s only 6 days left!!! We’ve already received… Continue reading

Colleges Love Hip-Hop, but Do They Love Black Men Too?

By Travis L. Gosa for The Chronicle This month the College of William & Mary  followed in the footsteps of Cornell, Harvard, and colleges that are part of the Atlanta University Center by… Continue reading