Model casting call for The Ultimate White Party
June 12, 2010
Honey Nightclub
201 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI 48226

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June 7, 2010

2 vs 2 Bboy/Bgirl battle
Cash Prizes
Free registration at 3pm

Spi D Rock vs Blank exhibition battle

July 10, 2010
Compas Center of Music & Performing Arts
8701 W. Vernor Hwy, Detroit, MI 48209
Doors 3pm; Battles 4pm
$10; $5 with student ID

Lil Kim – “Crush On You”

Lil Kim > Nicki Minaj
I genuinely enjoyed Kim’s music. I was a preteen listening to that raunchy sh– on Kim’s debut album “Hard Core.” How is that compared to little girls listening to Nikki Minaj today?
It’s obvious the quality in today’s mainstream music is “different” then that of just a couple decades ago..
Besides the fact that Junior M.A.F.I.A. was that deal, Kim brought that originality, that real raw sh–. Nicki Minaj is straight Lil Kim x Lil Wayne. & I personally don’t approve of Lil Wayne, but that’s just me.

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photography by Ohene

Photos from “The Wait Is Over…” hair & fashion show.. on May 23, 2010 at 1515 Broadway in Detroit.

The fashion show consisted of Dorothy Elizabeth designs, Hardcore Detroit apparel, Mahogany Music apparel, Rina Co styles, jewelry by B-Flyy Creations, & a collection from Nubian Soul. Live performances by NameTag & J Tait.

I worked as the backstage manager during this event.. I only posted photos from the live performances & fashion show segments. See the rest of the show photos at Ohene Photography..

Raise it Up and join us as we celebrate a life, and a legacy estab­lished at
The Official Launch Party for The J Dilla Foundation.

w/a special performance by ILLA J aka John Regal

Saturday, June 12, 2010
G.R. N’Namdi Gallery
52 E. Forest St. Detroit, MI

A minimum donation of $15 requested.
All proceeds benefit The J Dilla Foundation.

The event will also be streaming live & holding an online benefit

Check the Press Release:

About The J Dilla Foundation:
The J Dilla Foundation, whose mission is to help fund inner-city music programs, and provide scholarships to students attending schools that have progressive music curricula, was co-founded by Maureen “MaDukes” Yancey, mother of acclaimed producer James “Jay Dee aka J Dilla” Yancey. J Dilla was a Grammy award winning record producer and artist who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip-hop scene in Detroit, Michigan.

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