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2016 Black Music Honors was an Iconic Success

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC WELCOMED HONOREES, ARTISTS AND MUSIC INDUSTRY TO THE INAUGURAL CELEBRATE THE SOUL: BLACK MUSIC HONORS  New Event Honored Music Legends in Music City Through Tribute and Song Nashville, Tenn. (August 23, 2016) – The National Museum of...

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The First Time I Heard…Big Daddy Kane

  “It’s ’88, time to set it straight, you know what I’m sayin’?  It ain’t no half steppin’…”  In 1988, Big Daddy Kane finessed his way into the golden era of hip-hop with his debut classic album Long Live the Kane. From his early beginnings as a member of the legendary Juice Crew...

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The African American History Foundation of Nashville has launched the Rhapsody-n-Rhythm Campaign with a goal of raising $25 million for construction, endowment and initial operations. You play a critical part in this vision.

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