What started out as a back and forth on twitter between Chance The Rapper and Dionne Warwick has resulted in a powerful new record called Nothing’s Impossible.
At the time of the online banter, Dionne Warwick, who initiated the conversation by asking why a hip-hop artist would add The Rapper to his moniker, was very open about her desire to work with the Chicago native. Chance for his part, couldn’t believe that Warwick even knew who he was.
Fast forward to November 26th, 2021; that’s the date Kind Music Group shared a new song by Dionne Warwick called Nothing’s Impossible, featuring Chance The Rapper. Click here to check it out.
Styles P, one-third of The Lox and Havoc, one half of Mobb Deep, have joined forces to create a new duo called Wreckage Manner. The men will be releasing their self titled album on December 3rd via The Phantom Entertainment Inc., KeJuan Muchita Inc. and MNRK Records LP.
Rolling Loud will be back in California from December 10th through to the 12th for what the organizers are calling the ultimate hip-hop experience. The three-day festival will be at the National Orange Show Event Center (689 S E St) in San Bernardino, California.
Patrons will be treated to live performances from J. Cole, Future, Kid Cudi, Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Playboi Carti, Lil Durk, Trippie Redd, Swae Lee, Gunna, Don Toliver, Moneybagg Yo, A Boogie, French Montana, Polo G, Ski Mask the Slump God, Rod Wave, Lil Yachty, Bia, Coi Leray and many, many more.
The 2021 Harlem Cultural Festival is to take place this Sunday, November 28th, at the world-famous Apollo Theater in New York. The free one day event will begin at 2pm in the afternoon and will end at 10pm.
The lineup includes headliners: Rakim and Slick Rick, as well as Count Basie Orchestra, Alyson Williams, Herbert Holler, Omar Edwards, Sonic Soul Force, C.A.M.P. and DJ J-Ronin.
The event organizer requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination and everyone will be asked to wear a mask at all times.
On Wednesday, November 24, DJ Toshi will be celebrating the 14th year anniversary of the Classic Storm Radio Show at Mercury Lounge (217 E Houston Street) in New York.
Two of hip-hop’s heavyweight: CL Smooth and Rah Digga will be performing live. Additional music will be provided by DJ Ready Cee, DJ Butta L, DJ Boogie Blind and of course DJ Toshi. Show time is 9pm (local) and only persons 21 and older will be allowed in.