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Before We Took a Knee

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Behind The Blue Curtain

Behind The Blue Curtain


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Before there was the internet.  Before there was My Space and Facebook and before anyone took a knee there was Hip Hop.  A collection of brothers in the northeastern United States created a way of socially discussing racism, police brutality and current events through song. 

DJ Tony Tone of the Cold Crush Brothers.  The Cold Crush Brothers are an American hip hop group that formed in 1978 in the Bronx, New York City, New York.  They were especially known for their memorable routines which included harmonies, melodies and stage-stomping performances. The Cold Crush Brothers set the standard for emceeing and became known as "the Rolling Stones of hip hop".  The Cold Crush Brothers still perform across the United States.

Tyrone K. Dunmore, Host of Inspiring News on the Drakes Media Network is also an early pioneer of Hip Hop music.  He is better known by his DJ name “Terrible T”.  Tyrone teaches and inspires people through his customized play lists and performances keeping the Hip Hop spirit alive.  He is recognized as one of, if not the most prolific original Hip Hop DJ in the nation. 

What is Hip Hop and what is NOT Hip Hop?  Why are its lessons so prevalent today?  Join us this Saturday November 11th at 10 AM (Central) 11 AM (east Coast) and 9 AM (Out West) and hear from two of Hip Hops pioneers on Behind the Blue Curtain.  I do not speak for the City of Waco, the Waco Police Department, the Officers, Civilian Employees or Citizens of Waco.  My views are based on my personal and professional opinion experiences.