I bet it was that nigga dame. For ppl who said dame is such a great businessman wtf has he done since the beak up that had the boy hovi on the ropes? Nothing. And I don’t want to hear nigga say he’s probably doing shit on the low cause that’s a lie. Cause that nigga is a loud mouth cocky nigga who wants the world to know how many businesses deal he’s making
Milwakee is losing seem like my mets are back in this race.
its retail album but one of the first “digital only” albums on AmalgamDigital.com. I read somewhere they also offered a limited run CD version of it to fans who bought padded room CD in advance from joebuddenpaddedroom.com
By Ismael AbduSalaam
A Bronx apartment recognized as the birthplace of Hip-Hop culture is expected to be sold next week.
Located at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue, the building’s landlord group plans to withdraw the property from the city’s moderate housing program, allowing the owners to pay off the building’s $5 million dollar balance.
The property will then be sold to high-profile real estate developer Mark Karasick, putting the future of the 100 families living there in doubt.
The tenants and partnered housing advocates attempted to block the sale by filing a lawsuit in the State Supreme Court.
Yesterday (September 26), the courts ruled against the groups and dismissed the suit. In the early 1970s, Kingston, Jamaica native and Hip-Hop founder Clive Campbell moved into the building.
There he quickly constructed a graffiti crew dubbed the Ex-Vandals, and took on his famous DJ moniker Kool Herc.
Exasperated by the gang violence that plagued the neighborhood, Herc and his sister Cindy began hosting parties in the building’s recreation room.
Utilizing two turntables and a guitar amp, Herc revolutionized music by isolating “the breaks” of popular records like James Brown’s “Give It Up or Turn It Loose,” Booker T and the MG’s “Melting Pot,” Babe Ruth’s “The Mexican,” and The Incredible Bongo Band’s “Apache.”
This style of musical arrangement grew exponentially, attracting dancers (B-Boys and B-Girls) and fellow DJs and future Hip-Hop luminaries Afrika Bambaataa and Grandmaster Flash.
Last year, New York officially christened the building “the birthplace of Hip-Hop” and declared it eligible for national and state registrars.
At the press time, the bank financing the sale on the property is unknown. According to reports, 1520 Sedgwick Avenue is estimated to be sold for $7.5 million.
yo FIDDY, DIDDY or SOMEONE
buy this ish !!! and do a restaurant/museum or what u want lol
AND U WILL DO A RESPECT FOR DAT THING, hiphop community
cuz real bad boy label is dead and g-unit too thus
[…] I guess one more post wouldn’t hurt before I passed out. Here goes the artwork to Joey’s upcoming Halfway House. The non-prequel prequel to his delayed album Padded Room; which will be available in October through Amalgam Digital. Speak of… thanks for the shirt! (Although I wear a ‘M’ not a ‘XL’ haha). Spotted as eskay’s. Hit the jump for a little larger version… […]
I live close to buddens…I have met him personally and have followed him since his mixtape career… hes not big headed nor does he forget where he came from ..and though he may not have the club popping hyped music that every1 in the industry critiques on but he lyrically can rip shit up … looking forward to the album