Hip Hop Sisters is an active online community dedicated to “Women promoting positivity and encouraging personal growth through Hip Hop”. Founded by the legendary MC Lyte, the tagline for Hip Hop Sisters is: Not just music, it’s a movement. The social network includes not only MC’s and dancers, but DJ’s, producers, managers, promoters, retailers, designers, industry professionals and anyone who supports women in hip-hop. Even men are allowed to join the site if they’re committed to encouraging the feminine presence in the music and culture.
MC Lyte spoke at the Hip Hop Sisters meet and greet and is building an incredible team to help implement her vision. One of the offerings of being a part of this community are the educational conference calls like the one coming up on April 5th at 9PM EST. There will be a host of guest speakers calling in to share some pertinent information with the members of Hip Hop Sisters. If you want to join Hip Hop Sisters, go to www.hiphopsisters.com.
The call will include digital marketing specialist Dr Post A Lot, HHS’ marketing chair Carolina Redd covering social media and marketing, Hip Hop Sisters founder MC Lyte who will speak to choosing the right management for yourself as an artist and other special guests to be announced.
Don’t miss it. RSVP at email@example.com
And remember if you haven’t done so already come join us at www.hiphopsisters.com (Yes, I am a Hip Hop Sister!)
- Hip Hop Sisters –Women Promoting Positivity and Personal Growth Through Hip Hop
Charlotte, CoCo Sarai, Kween Kash, and AtLas brought the feminine fire on the 4 train. Kid Lucky’s Hip Hop Subway Series is a retro revival of lyrics, beatboxing and pure hip hop love. The ladies were amazing. AtLas, an emerging lyrical phenom, booked this special segment as a tribute to International Women’s Month (March) and Lucky agreed to feature Hip Hop Sisters and Rhyme Like A Girl. Even though the coordinator was clearly honoring women some of the guys forgot and needed to be reminded. We met on the back of the platform of the Uptown 4 Train at 42nd Street Grand Central. By the time we got to 96th street the ladies who were on the outside of the cipher had bogarted their way in, voices resonating, lyrics elevating and their presence balancing out the testosterone in the loveliest of ways. Kween Kash, whose freestyle always seems to be on, was in a Sunday kind of mood, but once she opened her mouth she had the train rocking. I wish I would have had time to get all of the guys info so I could shout them out too, but it is Women’s Month so I wouldn’t want to lose the celebratory focus. Of course, I spit a bit and will have to get footage from someone else’s camera for you to enjoy. Just had to blog it up for you. Wish I could package it up for you, put a stamp on it and share some of this good hip hop love, but technology hasn’t caught up with my desire. 🙂 Anyway, Hip Hop in NY ain’t what it used to be, but it’s definitely alive and well….at least I think so. Unfortunately, the flip cam is not cooperating with WordPress right now so no Vid. 😦