Tag Archive: Music

Hip-Hop Hacks: The Remix

Thanks to our sponsors, volunteers, attendees, and friends #HipHopHacks was a success. We had over 600 people in attendance, but it’s not over! Tomorrow we continue the conversation at Wix Lounge. Join us… Continue reading

The Evolution of the Mixtape: A Dedication to Justo Faison by Gary Anderson

March 17, 1969 – May 14, 2005 The Mixtape Museum project exists to ensure that Justo Faison and the legacies of the djs he celebrated are never forgotten. Read on.   THE EVOLUTION… Continue reading

How “Born in the Bronx” Changed Me

  Joe Conzo’s pictures were all black and white, but as I stared, I began to see them in color. -KeKe My name is KeKe, I am a 14 year old high school student from… Continue reading

The Distortion of Sound

J Dilla Youth Day 2014 | Detroit

DILLA YOUTH DAY DETROIT 2014 PRESENTED BY 5eGallery Upstairs: THE J DILLA INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE (12-5PM) A. Interactive Workshop Stations (12-5PM) 1. Film (Suite for Ma Dukes, Stussy, Ma Dukes’ Dilla Film) 2. Stencil… Continue reading

The Adventures of Tape Girl and The Analog King: Episode 4

a LOUD silence: 40 Year Celebrations of Hip Hop

  #HipHop404040  “A LOUD SILENCE” TURNS UP THE VOLUME TO CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF HIP HOP AS SERIOUS FUN We celebrate 40 years of culture, community, and the spirit of positive change! We… Continue reading

Fresh Publication Added to the MXM Library: An Interview with Saul Williams

  An Interview with Saul Williams by Robert Walsh “It blew up this year! It came out in 2002 and they put it back out, and finally the people were ready for it,… Continue reading

The Day I Fell In Love with Hip Hop by Derrick Dolphin

It was the summer of ’79, I was a youngin, and spent a lot of time at my Grandma’s building. Located on the border of Harlem and Washington Heights, 1909 Amsterdam Avenue, a.k.a.… Continue reading

Fresh publications added to the MXM resource page!

  We’ve just added some new publications to the scholarly papers section  of our site. Why shouldn’t mixtapes be a topic of discussion in academic circles? You’ll find them here: https://mixtapemuseum.org/scholarlypapers/ ‘Cheaper than… Continue reading

Project Mixtape – Memory

Project Mixtape – Memory from Shaun Jacques on Vimeo. http://makemixtapesnotblogs.wordpress.com/

Tony Atwood’s Throwback Vinyl of the Day: Maze

Breaking Silence: Passing the Mic to Our Daughters

Breaking Silence: Passing the Mic to Our Daughters Project (BSPMD)  is a filmed based project, offering a platform for young women in hip-hop to openly discuss and analyze the messages they’re receiving within… 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

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