> Ground-breaking effort by Singapore’s finest for Singapore’s finest… This photo-shoot, choreographed by Yasin a.k.a. Mr 36, is to commemorate all of Singapore’s hip hop artistes. It is to create a cohesion between the old and the new, a get together for everyone in the scene, the b-boys and girls, emcees, deejays, graffiti writers and everyone who has contributed to the hip hop scene in Singapore. It is also to create awareness that the hip hop scene in Singapore is still rockin’, kept fresh and here to stay!!!
Props to Mr Yasin and the rest who were involved in this photoshoot to make it all happen.. For more pictures of The Mammoth Shoot and the rest of Mr 36′s works, click here
We’re back with a brand new series in 2009! Calling all emcees, crews, singers, b-boys or dancers to our Impromptu, an open platform event for everyone and anyone. Whether you’re a newbie or well-known in the local hip-hop circuit, the stage is all yours! All you have to do is bring your music / instrumentals, and we’ll give you the microphones and stage for you to do your thing for 5 minutes or even more. If you think you deserve to be recognized in the local scene, this is the opportunity.- 65 & Hope
“Can’t stop the Prophet” by Brooklyn based Jeru the Damaja aka D.Original Dirty Rotten Scoundrel. Speaking out against what he saw as a decline in rap during the mid-’90s, Jeru the Damaja came to the fore as a self-proclaimed prophet and the savior of hip-hop, much as KRS-One had done almost ten years before. Together with Dj Premier he proved to be a vital force in the emergence of the new rap consciousness of the late ’90s. Now you know…