Deep in the Bronx, the Hip-Hop Museum takes inspiration from its iconic founders to present the history of this music to the people it hopes to inspire.
Mobile phones are everywhere. In fact, according to data from Pew Research, 97% of Americans now own a cellphone of some kind, with 85% using a ‘smartphone.’ Interestingly, the device that launched the smartphone revolution – the iPhone – was first introduced a mere 14 years ago.
What better way to celebrate life then the sounds of music; beats, rhymes, rhythm and vocal artistry.
By changing the way you think of yourself, and by making small changes to your internal dialogue, you’ll be amazed at how great you’ll feel.
The Negro National League was launched in 1920 by Rube Foster. He was a manager, prolific baseball pitcher, and executive of the Negro National League.
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