Yes, Black History Month is in the shortest month of the year, but Hip Hop History Month is this month. With 30 days of November, this means we can rock our Cazals, fat laces, furry Kangols, and dookey ropes for THIRTY DAYS! That is, if you're really so inclined.
For all you New York heads out there, the Bronx Museum will be kicking off its "First Fridays series" with a bang with an event hosted by Jeru the Damaja honoring Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation. It will be going down from 6-10 PM, it's free, and it's open to all ages. You can bring your seeds to this event, kick the truth to the young, Black (or not) youth, then bring the shorties back home and head out for some more action if you're a rock star like that. Should be fun. Info below:
First Fridays! @ The Bronx Museum
BRB: Bronx's Rap is Back!
Celebrating Hip Hop History Month.
Honoring Bronx's own Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation
November 2nd, 6:00 pm- 10:00 pm
Free!!! No Cover!!!
Hosted by Jeru The Damaja
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse @ 165th St. Bronx
D & B Train to 167 St/Grand Concourse
4 Train to Yankee Stadium