Harlem’s Cam’ron Working Hard Before New Release

camron2Dipset leader Cam’ron is keeping the anticipation for his upcoming third 1st of the Month EP installment by releasing the project’s tracklisting this week. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Cam’ron Goes Big On “First Of The Month” Series (video)

camron2Dipset general Cam’ron is set to drop a series of monthly releases later this year, and the Harlem rapper has recruited some big names to make appearances. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Ty Dolla $ign Free At Red Hook Park, Brooklyn (Explicit video)

ty dollar signThe good folks at NY Summerstage welcome you to the omnivorous world of the South Central-raised star born, Tyrone Griffin. Ty Dolla $ign has been creating music since he was a three-year old writing lyrics and playing a keyboard. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Cam’Ron And Joe Budden At The Wick In Bushwick, BK

CamronCAM’RON is the Grammy-nominated founder of the Harlem-based hip hop group The Diplomats. Cam’ron’s debut album, Confessions of Fire, went gold and made the Top Ten of both the Pop and R&B charts. Continue Reading →

Juelz Santana At Stage 48 In NYC

Juelz SantanaBorn LaRon James in Harlem, Juelz Santana began writing rhymes when he was a 12-year-old. He started the rap duo Draft Pick with longtime friend Malik. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Smoke DZA On ‘City of Dreams’ (Video – Warning)

Smoke-DZA-1280x853Harlem native wordsmith, Smoke DZA, makes his way back to the game today, unleashing a dope new set of visuals directed by the one and only, Dame Dash. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Wiz Khalifa And Special Guests at SummerStage

By Derrick Salters

Last week the hottest ticket in town was the sold out Wiz Khalifa (above) show at Central Park’s Summer Stage, July 25th. After days of 3 digit heat and non stop rain Monday afternoon, the temperature dropped and the rain subsided right around show time.

Not too long after My Last, it was time for the main event. Wiz Kahlifa, sportin’ a Run DMC hat, hit the stage around 8:30 to the delight of the New York crowd. Amber Rose (see second photo), one of Wiz Kahlifa’s biggest supporters, found a spot on the side of the stage to enjoy the set. Kahlifa put on a good show at Summer Stage performing hits from his Rollin Papers release.Two of the biggest songs of the night were the heavy radio rotation Roll Up and the classic anthem Black and Yellow. You could hear people screaming the hook outside the venue!

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It was definitely a night about being young, having fun and pursuing your passion.