On Thursday, August 16, Paperbox in Brooklyn was host to a free Juicy J concert. In addition to Juicy J, there were performances from Black Dave and Johnny Nelson. Music was provided by Venus X and Helen Harris. All photos taken by Lucas Farrar/Far Fetched Future.
On Thursday, August 16, iHipHop Distribution celebrated their recent partnership with Neako and his LVLYSL Label at 247 Eldridge in New York. The event was hosted by Hana May and Alexandra Estevez and featured music from DJ Soul. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
Started in Boston, The Dean’s List has been making a name for themselves, touring heavily across the United States for the last two years. We recently had the chance to sit down with Sonny, Mik, and Mendoza to discuss their rigorous touring schedule and their unique and ever-changing sound. Read More
On the weekend of July 28th, A$AP Rocky, Snoop Dogg, and rocked the stage for the Catalpa Music Festival on Randall’s Island in NYC. The two-day festival included additional performances from araabMUZIK, Matisyahu, and Matt & Kim among others. All photos by Lucas Alvarado/Far Fetched Future.
This year marked the legendary The Rock Steady Crew’s 35th Anniversary. To celebrate, they threw a concert in Lincoln Park in Newark NJ. Crazy Legs, Popmaster Fabel, Redman, Mr Cheeks, Torae, Nitty Scott, Maffew Ragazino, TSA, Rasheed Chappell, Rah DIgga, Consequnece, DJ Evil Dee, DJ JS 1, and The Beatnuts were in attendance. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
On Sunday, July 22, B.o.B gave a secret show at Highline Ballroom sponsored by Myspace and Trojan. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
On Tuesday June 26, 2012, Rick Ross led Maybach Music Group into Alife (in NYC) for an in-store appearance and autograph signing. Those in attendance were treated to a private performance from Rozay, Wale, Meek Mill, Stalley, and Omarion. iHipHop.com was on-hand to capture this exclusive performance. In case you missed it, check out photos from the event here.
To celebrate NBA Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving’s success in the NBA this year, Alife teamed up with Pepsi Max, the A$AP Mob, and French Montana for what should’ve been a crazy night. Unfortunately, Irving and the A$AP Mob were unable to attend. Chief Keef, however, came to the rescue and made a surprise performance. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
To celebrate the release of their album “Self Made Vol. 2,” Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group set up a pop-up shop at Alife in NYC. Ross, Stalley, Meek Mill, Omarion, and Wale were all in attendance, signing albums and meeting fans. During the event, the group also performed a couple of tracks off the album. The event was sponsored by Ciroc and Reebok. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
Interscope’s newest signee, Chief Keef, graced the Sob’s stage for his first ever performance in NY on Monday, June 25th.The event was hosted by Low Key and Hustle Simmons with music being provided by DJ Meka, Vic Lloyd and special guest DJ Funkmaster Flex. Special guests on the bill included Money Team, Black Dave, Sean Falyon, Tim Vocals, and Young Giftz. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
Black Hippy/TDE member Ab-Soul took the stage at SOB’s on Thursday, June 21st for his first solo NYC show. The event was hosted by LowKey and featured performances from Kris Kasanova, Mike Jaggerr, Maffew Ragazino, and Joey Bada$$. Meka from 2DopeBoyz provided the music for the night. All photos by Bernard Smalls.