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Rap

J.R.O.B. Inspired by 67 Orange

https://soundcloud.com/n8tivejrob/67-orange-street?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=fa J.R.O.B. is an artist out of Chicago who is making his name known here in NYC.  He’s refreshing –  someone who brings high-level musicality and intelligence to his deeply personal views of the world and his own life experiences…. Continue Reading →

Hip Hop Saves Lives A Non-Profit Organization For A Good Cause

Kids helping Kids is a youth program where children are taught humanity through hip hop.  Listen to the explanation on “why hip hop” by Founder and CEO “Chad Harper” of Hip Hop Saves Lives and learn more about this organization… Continue Reading →

Sunday Jazz Corner With Gil Scott-Heron – Is That Jazz?

Gil Scott-Heron was a jazz and soul, musician, and author, known for his work as a spoken word performer in the 1970s and 1980s.  With a wide range of diverse fans he delivered in both rapping and melismatic vocal styles.  He referred to… Continue Reading →

This Is How You STOP The Harlem Shake

This is how you stop the Harlem Shake… LOL.  This is the best one yet by far.  I keep saying I will stop posting, but couldn’t resist.  Thanks jl3sport for sending it to Harlem Condo Life. Enjoy Harlem! Click Here… Continue Reading →

John O’s Harlem Shake Down – Rapper responds to the ‘Harlem Shake’

Harlem born and raised rapper/actor John O responds in his own blunt words to the new ‘Harlem Shake’ viral craze.  Keeping it real he says “The song sucks, the video sucks and as a person from Harlem I’m a little… Continue Reading →

Give Harlem for the Holidays – Gifts from the HarlemCondoLife store

Looking for that perfect gift for family and friends? Browse HarlemCondoLife’s new on-line store. New items will be added regularly so keep this page bookmarked and visit it often. “Give Harlem for the Holidays!”

The “Mother of Hip Hop” Sylvia Robinson passes away

by thaRealHarlemista Whether you love or hate rap, you cannot deny its influence on our popular music and lives today. And Friday, rap lost a true pioneer in Sylvia Robinson, a singer, songwriter and record producer who formed and oversaw the… Continue Reading →

Gil Scott-Heron

By HarlemHouse Gil Scott-Heron, poet and musician, has died at 62.  A Harlem resident and neighbor who resided on East 112th street who was  considered by many as the Godfather of Rap.  He died on May 27, 2011 on Friday… Continue Reading →

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