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Press Release: The National Museum of Hip-Hop Hip-Hop Immortal Gala

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The National Museum of Hip-Hop Hip-Hop Immortal Gala

New York, NY – (March 15, 2010), the National Museum of Hip-Hop in collaboration with Power 105.1 FM and invite Hip-Hop’s hottest stars, both old school and new, with many familiar faces from Hollywood to Hip-Hop Immortal, co-hosted by Chuck D and KRS One. This is the museums first major event which will raise awareness for the construction of the world’s first hip-hop museum and for the implementation of its community programs.

The National Museum of Hip-Hop VIP event will be held on Tuesday, April 6, 2010, from 7pm – 11pm at the Pink Elephant, located at 527 West 27th St, NYC. This VIP event is not open to the public. There will not be a Red Carpet. All interviews will take place in an exclusive press area.

NMoH “Hip-Hop Immortal” event will honor the Pioneers of the four elements of Hip-Hop: Rap, B-Boying, Graffiti, and DJing. The programming includes: VIP Reception, Live and Video Presentations, Special keynote Speakers and DJ performances.

Invited guests will enjoy complimentary cocktails and music by Grandmaster Flash, DJ Red Alert & DJ Chuck Chillout.

Guests include: Entertainment Executives, Celebrity and Pioneer Rappers, DJ’s, B-Boys, Graffiti Artists, Hollywood Entertainers and Community Leaders.

Attendees include: Mona Scott, Chuck D, KRS One, Doug E Fresh, Dana Dane, The Roots, Ja Rule, Ice T and Co Co, Busta Rhymes, Mc Lyte, Nice-n-Smooth, Rakim, Red Alert, Pete Rock, DJ Pooh, Melly Mell, Big Daddy Kane, Chubb Rock, Brand Nubian, Kid Capri, Funk Master Flex, Keon Bryce, DMC, Kid-n-Play, Method Man, Red Man, Reakwon, RZA, Lil Mo, The Retro Kidz, Rock Steady Crew, Chuck Chillout, 88-Keys, Roxanne Shante, Furious Five, Onyx, Black Sheep, Cold Crush Bros, D Nice, Just Ice, Marley Marl, Ralph Mcdaniels, Don Pooh, Smith N Wessun, Styles P, Mickey Factz, Keith Murray, Dame Grease, Tionne Watkins, Sway, Radio Personalities Ed Lover, Malikha Mallette, Raqiyah Mays and Star & Buc Wild, Actors Bokeem Woodbine, Gary Sturgis, Capone and Wives of DMX and Irv Gotti, to name a few.

Sponsored by Kah Tequila, New York Power 105.1 FM, and Red Bull.


The National Museum of Hip-Hop (NMoH) is a NYC based non-profit 501 (c) (3) founded in 2005 and created to commemorate the historical and cultural achievements of hip-hop and artists, throughout the World, while educating area residents and global visitors about every aspect of the culture’s elements. Museum Board Members include: Mona Scott, Dr. Ben Chavis, Andre Harrell, Leyla Turkkan, Bill Adler, Bob Santelli and Terry Stewart.

NMoH has announced the “Hall of Hip-Hop,” a yearly ceremony which will induct legendary icons into the Hall of Hip-Hop. This will be a televised ceremony, unlike any other existing award show, created to both induct and honor the greatness of artists from all elements of hip-hop – Graffiti, DJing, B-Boying and Rap, as well as the producers, mixers, engineers, fashion designers, film makers and other outside components that help make up hip-hop culture, in its entirety.

For all media inquiries and interview requests contact Tafia L. Allah-Pringle at (O) 866-538-6040, (Cell) 973.902.6749 or (E-mail), Publicist for the National Museum of Hip Hop,


2 responses

  1. chuck

    lam trying to figure out the history and the popularity of the big rims in African American culture. Can you help me?

    April 1, 2010 at 2:20 pm

  2. yes ,its my fans

    August 21, 2010 at 12:26 pm

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