Multi-talented Artist Quincy Valentine teams up with Shamyra on his latest single "Daydreams"
Quincy Valentine has a vast range of talent and versatility that includes Musician, Engineer, Producer, Songwriter, and Artist. He discovered and pursued his passion for music at the very young age of 9 in the Bronx, New York. Starting with talent shows and school performances, his natural-born talent and years of practicing his craft have brought joy and entertainment to hundreds of people across the U
As a performer and historian, The ZYG attends historic event, kicking of the collecting of memorabilia and memories of the Hip-Hop movements growth and development in Massachusetts, parallel to the New York scene.
Part of being a Griot is being a historian and keeper of information about those things that led to the present. After absorbing the available history of Hip-hop in the Bronx, the next logical step was to look at Hip-hop's evolution in cities like Boston, where it's contributions and in
Hip-hop Jazz Percussionist & MC, The ZYG performs in Boston for the
Annual Prince Hall BlackHistory Month Program, bringing socially conscious hip-hop to a appreciative audience.
It was the talents of the upcoming generation was highlighted at the Annual Black History Month event, hosted by the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. About 200 community people filled the William E. Reed Auditorium in Dorchester on Sunday, February 25, and were treated to dance performances by Area 51, Chance Da
The spirit energy that fueled Hip-hop can be found in the
parks of The Bronx. The ZYG pays a visit to his musical roots and talks about the African, African American, and Caribbean oral and musical traditions that are at the roots of rap music.
BRONX, NY - Standing in Devoe Park, The ZYG finds himself literally at one of the significant crossroads ofHip-hop, where Sedewick Avenue and Fordam Road intersect. Many years ago in this same spot, Hip-hop pioneers like Grandmaster Caz, and DJ Whiz manned
Brooklyn Dominates List of NYC's Hottest Neighborhoods in 2017; Bronx's Kingsbridge Takes Top Spot
Sales prices will continue to slow as rents rise, according to StreetEasy's 2017 NYC housing market predictions
The Manhattan sales market will hit the reset button in 2017, with price growth slowing throughout the borough after months of declines in the luxury segment. Brooklyn and Queens' sales markets will see slower paces of growth as well, with the Bronx projected to see sales prices decline in
WE NEED ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT ON THIS,WE DO NOT CARE WHAT PART OF THE WORLD YOUR FROM PLEASE CALL IN WITH A OUTRAGE. WE ARE TRYING TO GET OUR HIP HOP MUSEUM HERE IN THE BRONX AT THIS PLACE AS WELL AS FOOD STORES CENTERS,AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND MANY MORE AND THE BRONX PRESIDENT WANTS TO PUT A HOCKEY RING,WHICH THE COMMUNITY DOES NOT NEED AND THIS WILL BE A PLACE WHERE ALL PEOPLE FROM THE WORLD COULD COME TO AND ENJOY BUT IF THEY PUT UP A HOCKEY RING ,THEN THERE BE NONE OF T
At a time when public trust in our Public Servants is at an all time low, at a time when so many of our Bronx politicians have been tainted; Public confidence in our Democracy requires the greatest level of transparency.
Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr’s decision to publicly support the one of the two developers seeking to redevelop the Kingsbridge Armory without first holding Borough-wide Public Hearings should not go unquestioned and unchallenged.
A People’s Assembly held Nov. 5 at Hostos Community College in the South Bronx launched an exciting fightback program for jobs, against racism and for the rights of workers and poor people to unions, food, healthcare, and public education.
The People’s Assembly launched an Occupy For Jobs Network to coordinate a large-scale campaign for jobs. “Occupy Wall Street has opened up space for people to do other things,” said Larry Holmes, a founder of the Bail Out the People Movement. “It is vital to
Bronx Residents Call the Community to Action to Demand a Voice in Responsible Development at the Kingsbridge Armory and Address Increasing Poverty, Overcrowded Schools, and Loss of Affordable Housing, Healthcare and Immigrant Rights
(Bronx, NY) –The Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition (NWBCCC) will convene more than `1000 residents, from faith based congregations, community groups, schools, and tenant associations to address the challenge of creating living wage jobs, schools, affordab
You are invited to join with the Kingsbridge Armory Redevelopment Alliance (KARA) on March 5th to tell the City's Industrial Development Agency (IDA) to postpone a decision on the Related Companies' request for millions in tax breaks until they have negotiated benefits for the community.
The Related Companies LP wants to turn the Armory into a shopping mall and they want $13 million dollars in tax breaks to do it.
What is the community getting in return?
Related is refusing to engage in real ne