Why Curren$y Bought the New Orleans Burger Joint of His Childhood – VICE

Why Curren$y Bought the New Orleans Burger Joint of His Childhood? I can’t say this about all the rappers out of New Orleans that got on, but Curren$y rides for his city. So it made perfect sense when he announced his newest purchase—the old Bud’s Broiler, a 24-hour burger spot in the consistently bougie neighborhood adjacent to City Park.- VICE — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/www.vice.com/amp/en_us/article/59xg4z/why-currendollary-bought-the-new-orleans-burger-joint-of-his-childhood Continue reading Why Curren$y Bought the New Orleans Burger Joint of His Childhood – VICE

I feel like bootin’ up – The Take Fo’ story

Posted on September 19, 2019 by The Nola Chic Eric Brightwell Take Fo’ Records is a little known (outside of New Orleans) music label that truly broke ground with its motley roster of artists and progressive attitude, yet it’s never received adequate recognition for its pioneering role in music. Whereas New Orleans’s other big labels: Big Boy, Cash Money, Mobo,  Parkway Pumpin’, Untouchable, Tombstone and No Limit all seemed to consciously project a hard-as-nails image with tales of … Continue reading I feel like bootin’ up – The Take Fo’ story

Hurricane Katrina 14th Anniversary March & Second Line

by Hip Hop Caucus | Aug 26, 2019 | Press Release New Orleans Community, Hip Hop Artists, and Activists to Commemorate the 14th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, call for leaders to act on climate and justice New Orleans, Louisiana – To remember the lives lost, honor the resiliency of the community, and advocate for the people most devastated by Hurricane Katrina, Hip Hop Caucus, New … Continue reading Hurricane Katrina 14th Anniversary March & Second Line