HIP HOP HALL OF FAME AWARDS to Return This May
Rock 'n' Roll, make room as the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards Television show returns in May 2014
celebrating Hip Hop Appreciation Week. This is the first rebroadcast of the show since it aired on the BET Cable Network in 90s. Created and executive produced by Chairman JT Thompson in the early 90s as the fundraising catalyst for the development of a Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum & Entertainment Complex that's moving forward on its Midtown Manhattan location. Proceeds from the show will be utilized to open a temporary Pop-Up Hip Hop Museum in Harlem to serve as the Hip Hop Hall of Fame welcome center for visitors with administrative offices, content production studios, and a display gallery with 100 exhibits, memorabilia, and artifacts. This is a precursor to the main 50,000 square feet facility that will open in the next 18-24 months after final design, development and construction is completed. "This is just the beginning of things to come for the Hip Hop Hall of Fame in preserving and celebrating hip hop music & culture," stated Easy AD, a co-producer-curator and member of the legendary Cold Crush Brothers.
The Hip Hop Hall of Fame is preparing to send out invitations to music artists, executives, record labels, sponsors, and celebrities to participate. Special notifications are being sent to the nominees for Induction, and the final 2014 Inductees list will be announced at a special invitation only VIP Industry, Artists, and Partners Mixer in late March. The awards show will feature celebrity hosts, and include presenters from the music, film, sports, television, fashion, business, local community leaders, and cultural & educational institutions from around the world. It will also have a collection of hip hop artists from its pioneers of the 70s, 80s, 90s, and present day artists performing their classic hits, and the Inductees close the finale. "We are excited to be making hip hop history bringing back the awards show that I participated in during the 90s," stated DJ Lord Yoda X of the Crash Crew, and the Zulu Nation a co-producer of the event.
Producers are currently seeking a multi-year broadcast partnership for the soon to be annual staple awards show in hip hop music & culture for many generations. There are major sponsorships and promotional advertising opportunities available for major corporate brands to target and reach hip hop & pop culture youth, young adults, and families ages 16-55 that are at the pulse of radio, trends, fashions, and social media who spend and influence over $500 Billion per year on products, technology, goods and services.