The streets of Brooklyn just got a little bit safer. A man who is accused of assaulting women is off the streets.
Nicki Minaj took to Twitter this week to shout down sexism in Hip-Hop while also suggesting her collaborations with top male MCs were forced.
Four new female graduates from the academy on Randall’s Island now help make up a grand total of 41 women who work for the New York City Fire Department.
On Hip-Hop Wired, we usually use our Wired 25 countdowns to show love to Hip-Hop culture. Today, however is Dominican Independence Day, so we’re going to do something different.
Performing rights society ASCAP will be kicking off their 4th annual Women Behind The Music series tomorrow (Oct. 16), in New York City. The event honoring top industry women will be held in New York’s Meatpacking district at club, Tenjune.
In today’s Hip Hop game and in the overall mental scheme of African American males and their particular mentality, it has become more acceptable to come off as hard or maintain some type of thuggish nature. Emotions have become obsolete and almost devoid for some of the youth as many young Black men are unwilling […]
“Add a few moans and groans and you will pass through undetectable,” says the advertising for one of the most controversial inventions to ever hit store shelves. Religious conservatives in Egypt, livid and much of the Middle East, are livid over a product that allows women another opportunity to be virgins again. At least in […]