Hip Hop Honeys

Hip Hop Honeys have been around rap music since rap music began. They didn’t get as much exposure back in the day as video vixens like buffy the body does now. Women have made a serious mark in videos and every other female wants to be in one or get on reality shows like Deelishis to turn that into money from clothing lines and custom jeans.


These women have big booty bodies and their shapes in a thong is ridiculous to say the least. Most do nothing other than model in magazines and calenders though. I’m sure you have heard of the Absoulutely Amber, Ki Toy and even Darlene models but they are rare. Some do other things like Superhead Karrine Stephens and Tila Tequila with her Reality Show Shot at Love but it’s not likely. Most of the chicks will end up being a rappers statistic from sexual encounters.


Meagan Good and old heads like Lisa Raye brought some new game to the industry by getting in movies. I know you remember Lisa as Diamond in Players Club with Ice Cube.You can even catch an occasional white female video vixen getting props like Elke the Stallion. However they are far few and in between. Spanish and Puerto Rican models get more attention like Kim Kardashian. I know, I know she is more like a celebrity whore but I had to mention her.…

Can Hip Hop Music Get Old? Nope! It Can Only Become Classic Hip Hop

 Biggie Smalls  Let’s Talk Classic Hip Hop!


Do you remember the first time you heard Notorius B.I.G? Can you remember when Big Daddy Kane dropped his Album “Long Live The Kane” in 1988? Yo’ the record labels name was Cold Chillin’ Records…LoL. Rap music has come a long way since the days of Run DMC and Kool Mo Dee. I love these Ghetto Poets so much that I have dedicated this webpage to all of them.Even the hardcore lieutenants like N.W.A. and Too Short and the mild “Digabal Planets” and “De La Soul”.

N.W.A. Albums


I had so much fun coming up with the list that I nearly spent 6(six) hours just listening to the history of Rap. You really don’t know how far Rap has come until you have the older MC’s albums. The lyrical flow is so different from todays Rap.

Rappers back then were not on the Bling Bling tip. Tupac Shakur and The Digital Underground were having fun with Hip Hop back in the days. I thought about some of the songs I listened to and I actually realized that it was also cool to dance….lol. You gotta love Classic Hip Hop.


I know you remember Kwame’, Special Ed and the Illest White Rappers before Eminem.

Now if you are like me and love Hip Hop Classics with the passion you will love what I have done for you next! So that you do not have to wreck your brain or waste your time thinking of all the Ole’ School Rappers I made it easy for you. Here is a list of names that will grow continuously. You are now in Classic Hip Hop Heaven. divorce lawyer rochester




Afrika Bambaataa Equals Hip Hop Music Origin

On January 10,1960 in the Bronx of New York City a child by the name of Kevin Donovan was born. This date is important to any Rapper, DJ, Breakdancer, Graffiti Artist B-Boy or B-Girl PERIOD.


It’s hard to stack the huge success and beginning of Hip Hop on any one person but Afrika Bambaataa is definitely a solid rock in the foundation. Not very many people would argue with me about that statement.


As a teenager Bambaataa ran with a gang called the Black Spades. He served as a member representing the Bronx River Projects where he laid his head many nights. In 1973 (The Year I Was Born) Afrika Bambaataa started his own street crew and called them the “Zulu Nation” also known as “The Universal Zulu Nation”


He came up with the name after watching the movie about a Powerful warrior named Shaka Zulu of the Zulu Warriors. His gang was responsible for many neighborhood beat downs before he was approached by some Muslim leaders who influenced his decision to break positive.


He did very well with leadership from the 70’s through the 80’s. In the 90’s the Zulu Nation fell under the control of world council who now controls the Universal Zulu Nation. Zulu Nation members have come a long way, they have some every high personnel that include judges, lawyers and even Artist such as the Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, George Clinton, and “mama Zulu” Queen Latifah just to name a few.


The Hip Hop Music Origin Begins with neighborhood block parties and the Zulu Nation. Back in the day, Hip Hop was called B-Bop of “The Go Off”. The words Hip Hop were created by legendary DJ Luv Bug Starsky. Amongst many other talents that Bambaataa carried…one of them was the role of a neighborhood DJ with MADD equipment.


His ill collection of vinyl included 25 crates. So if you want to know who the real Super Friends are it’s not the DC Comic Book Crew from 1978. It’s Afrika Bambaataa, Mr. Biggs, Pow Wow, G.L.O.B.E., Dj Jazzy Jay and EZ LG….You might know them collectively as the Soul Sonic Force.


This is the group that single-handedly pioneered Electro-Funk, Drum & Bass, Techno and gully break beats the ran from Rock to R&B; to African to Latin, Calypso and classical. Enjoy this amazing video