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Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen + Do Hip Hop's Elders Get Respect & More

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Two amazing topics tonight, interspersed with our usual rundowns of New York hip hop music and culture. 

One, well two, of our favorite guests will be joining us for the third straight year, as Lah Tere and Kathleen Adams call in to discuss this year's "Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen," a wonderful annual event that takes place at Hostos Community College in the Bronx. The one-day long event features a stunning lineup of women, performers, guest speakers, entrepreneurs and activists, all convening to shed light on important women's issues, as well as general issues, but from a female perspective.

Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen is an extremely family friendly, all-ages event, and is one of the best opportuinities to witness the positive power of the hip hop community, particularly when it comes to women and girls. We are proud to be official media sponsors of this event, and urge all who can, to attend.

We'll also discuss the whether or not "old school" hip hop is getting the proper "respect," around the country and in business. This issue was sparked by a Daily Beast article, proclaiming that Hip Hop's OGs were not getting their respect, from hip hop radio and media in particular.

Show host and journalist Manny Faces took excception to the portrayal, even thuogh the author had some valid points. Read Manny's rebuttal, and join us live to discuss the issue.

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