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NEW YORK, Oct. 26, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hip Hop Music and Culture will have a new outlet for Artists, DJ's, B-Boys & Girls, Graffiti Artists, and Entrepreneurs via the Hip Hop Hall of Fame's proposed partnership with Streetz106.com online and local television broadcasting platform in 2013.
The Hip Hop Hall of Fame will team up with Free-Dome radio show, hosted by DJ Lord Yoda of the pioneer of the Crash Crew and senior officer in Afrika Bambaataa's Universal Zulu Nation, who will also be celebrating their 39th Anniversary of Hip Hop Culture this November 2012 with multiple events in NYC. Together they will co-produce two monthly concerts and Hip Hop talent showcases and exhibitions in NYC & New Jersey starting in early 2013.
The other DJ Producer is Antoine Qua of Race Entertainment, who is also a DJ on WBLS. He has been an influential and well respected New York and New Jersey heavyweight who knows Hip Hop Music and History and will keep the music and events authentic for our target audiences.
The monthly concerts venues will be announced later this year, as the producers are moving forward in talks with potential advertisers and sponsors of the proposed local artist showcase events that also feature performances by legendary pioneers & golden era artists, and major label artists. These events will also be filmed and broadcast on Streetz106.com, HipHopHall.Org, and on local television stations as weekly series and shows. Target audiences include evening, and late night programs for the college and club audiences 18-24, and mature audiences ages 25-44.