When it comes to women doing things and making things happen Tia ‘Mz. Konnoisseur’ Hamilton is one of the ladies easily leading from the front. She is a true testament that when it comes to working for what you want you can reach your goals. She is a
Here is the too cool interview that Amy allowed us to have with her. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
HHH: When did you fall in love with hip-hop?
Amy: I fell in love with hip hop the first time I heard Rapper's Delight. I am in Miami now, but
Amy Cinnamon considers herself an “accidental artist”…Thank the world for accidents; because of this “accident“ we have the pleasure of viewing her art. Her ability to capture the celebrities likeness but still keeping the cartoon aspect is really co
When we first came across Christian “Prod REZ” Collins we were super impressed. Anytime a young person chooses something positive over negative, it is a time to celebrate, especially in a place we’re by the age of 21 the young Black male is either de
Anyone that has spent any time in Delaware knows that the hip-hop influence here is accelerated. Ciphers of verbal rap abilities can be found in multiple places across the city at any given time.
What goes hand-in-hand with those verbal rap abilities
March holds many gems that will not only become a part of Hip Hop history, but will also put you on to some hot and uncomming artists, as well as some people that are making major power moves in Hip Hop. Here is a quick run down of what is to come i
We have been seeing LGP_Qua's face more and more over the past few months. As soon as you hear the beat drop and his voice begin, you will know exactly why he is the buzz. To be so young and have the ability to not only compete lyrically with the o
Hip Hop Humanism had the pleasure to sit down with Andy Cassidy, a dope tattoo artist who currently lives in LIverpool. He is creating human canvases with Hip Hop artistry that have been acknowledge by the stars he recreates on his clients skin. In
Welcome everyone to 2018. So glad that you made it with us. Hip Hop Humanism is proud to be in 2018 with those who follow us and those who are just finding out who we are. Thank you for the support that we have received thus far from the actual an
Hip Hop is everywhere. It spills over into our everyday lives. Its influence cannot be denied. It isn’t just a Black culture thing, it is a culture thing, it is a thing…it just IS. It is embraced, created and emulated by many all over the world.
Hello everyone. It has been awhile since we have had the opportunity to put out an article, so we are very excited about this one. We have been very busy during this time of silence, so let us tell you what we have been up to.
Hip Hop Humanism has
Nitro Nix has been making music for over 13 years, almost half of his life. With inspirations like Jada kiss and LL Cool J., he hopes to stay true to the Hip Hop roots and use his craft to promote positivity through story-telling and inspirational m
August has been an excellent month for Hip Hop Humanism and for Hip Hop in general. Firstly, we started off the month with MCA Day in Brooklyn NY. Me and my assistant and guest, are still talking about it. My assistant, who is also my sister and M
We are always excited about the artist we get to feature. Each one is unique and powerful in their own way and the art they create, whatever type that is, they share it with the world and it brings people together and makes the world a better plac
Dan Lish, is the incredible artist that has extreme attention to detail, which makes his art unique as well as awing. The viewer of any of his pieces has the pleasure of viewing it from two different perspectives, up close and from afar. We had the
Dan Lish is one of those artists who art you have to zoom into, to capture the full experience of it. OF course it is a delight, from afar, but once you look closer you see all the details that were used to create the big picture. His diligence and
If you have been paying attention you would have noticed that this month, we did not drop an “Artist of the Week” for the first week of August. That is because the first week of August was dedicated to the great man Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch. It is now time
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