The Uncelebrated Pioneer (The History of Harlem Hip Hop)
It has long been said that Hip Hop started in the Bronx, New York and really never giving the Harlem MC's, DJ's, B-Boys and Young Promoters their props.
East Harlem’s own DJ Big Stew takes you back in time when it all began, bringing some of the Harlem legends from the era before there was Hip Hop on radio and wax. Hear the real stories from those who were there from the conception of plugging your set (sound system) directly into the streetlight, walking miles to see your favorite MC's & remembering those who are not with us anymore and never got their just due.
A BEEF STEW RADIO FILM by Director Kevin “DJ BIG STEW” Stewart
DJ Big Stew has been a leader in New York’s independent music and film industries since 1997. He has assisted hundreds of recording artists with their music in the studio for over two decades and it eventually led him into the film industry. Outside of the music studio, Stew also had a successful New York TV show Fat Cat and Big Stew which was notorious for interviewing top artists such as the Ying Yang Twins, Fat Joe, and Snoop Dogg.
In 2012, he shocked the Hip Hop world with his movie directing debut of “Somebody Got to Die”. The film was an instant success and was listed as the #1 underground film by Don Diva Magazine. In May, of 2013 he released another feature film, “East Side Story”. The movie starred rapper Moe Money who is known for his smash hits with artists like “The Lox” and “Mase