Hip-Hop Museum

The Big Apple is about celebrate our culture in a big way this season. Mayor Bill de Blasio and Universal Hip Hop Museum (UHHM) have announced a free Rap concert series for New York City.

Our culture will finally have a destination where its’ rich history will be formally exhibited. Some living legends helped break ground at the Universal Hip-Hop Museum.

For years it seemed trying to get a New York cultural center dedicated to Rap would never happen. Thanks to some recent funding the Bronx Universal Hip Hop Museum is now a reality.

The Universal Hip-Hop museum has finally found a permanent home in the South Bronx.

According to Vintage Vinyl News, Afrika Bambaataa plans to create the National Museum of Hip-Hop at the Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx. With the legendary DJ and activist’s history as a conduit of Hip-Hop culture, his plans to bring a museum to the very same Bronx streets from which the culture originated should come as no surprise. While Bambaataa, […]

KRS-One is continuing to speak out against the proposed erection of the National Museum of Hip-Hop. As previously reported The Teacha was supposed to host the launch ceremony for the museum but instead spoke out saying that he and several other Hip-Hop pioneers did not and would not support the institution. Now he’s speaking out […]