There are so many wars today. The war against crime, war on drugs, war on poverty, war against diversity, a war on our youth, and any other war one can think of. But what about the constant assault on our reality, the battle for the control of our minds and souls in this digital state where many of you are seeing this from right now. No one intentionally profits from mayhem and misery inflicted over complete neighborhoods and cities across America, but the unfortunate results are forever clear. Lost souls are someone else’s opportunities. Your misery is someone else’s gains.
The United States Hip Hop Coalition’s Content Director, Anthony “Mr Visa 360” Tunstall, was in Detroit last Thursday October 31st for Terry Martin’s “R&B Live Detroit – Event Series” in order to cover the introduction of our new US-HHC City Representative, Chuck Riley, as our newest addition to this National Coalition and growing team of active Hip Hop Community Leaders!
The U.S. Hip Hop Coalition was in da house for the world premiere of "The Protectors" hosted by the Twin Cities Film Festival. Our National Content Director, Mr. Visa 360, was an executive producer on the flim as well as having a small on screen roll in the movie. The director of the film, Ben Hughes, and cast members were in the house to answer questions about the movie.
The U.S. Hip Hop Coalition decided to use this year’s 4th of July to kick start the international honoring and celebration of the 46th Anniversary of Hip Hop Culture on August 11th 2019.
DJ Kool Herc changed the course of music forever on August 11, 1973 when he threw a Back To School Jam at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx. At the time, admission to the event cost ¢.25 for the ladies and ¢.50 for the fellas, but little did they know what they were witnessing was the birth of Hip Hop.
The U.S. Hip Hop Coalition has always sought to expand the independence of our vibrant culture and so in celebrating the independence that we have maintained as a culture for 46 years we will be expanding our independently secured and private Social Media Ready Digital Platform that has been specifically designed for Hip Hop Culture!
Now every individual Hip Hop Artist, Business, or otherwise, throughout the entire United States Hip Hop Community, can now have full access to truly becoming independent the way you have always dreamed!
Being in New York on a beautiful Friday night for August was amazing! So you know Mr. Visa 360 made my way to a community garden where young local artists go and show off their talent! This night was full of love, food, art, and celebrities like Khalil Kain who stopped by to grace our presence with his new project. This intimate community garden turned into a beautiful neighborhood concert series right in the middle of Brooklyn! Reminds me of Minneapolis and you know we going to build this connection!