Clean Hip Hop Music For Kids

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  • "Music for Love" is an R&B song from Mario's third studio album Go!, which was released on December 11, 2007 and is the third official single. Mario announced on 106 & Park that "Music for Love" would be the third official single to be released in April 2008.
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  • an urban youth culture associated with rap music and the fashions of African-American residents of the inner city
  • rap: genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment; several forms of rap have emerged
  • A style of popular music of US black and Hispanic origin, featuring rap with an electronic backing
  • Hip hop or Hip-Hop is an artistic culture that originated in the 1970s in New York City. DJ Afrika Bambaataa outlined the four pillars of Hip-Hop Culture: MCing, DJing, b-boying, and graffiti writing. Other elements include beatboxing.
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead
  • Deceive or fool (someone)
  • (kid) child: a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"
  • Deceive (someone) in a playful or teasing way
  • (kid) be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
  • (kid) pull the leg of: tell false information to for fun; "Are you pulling my leg?"
clean hip hop music for kids - Kids Rap
Kids Rap Radio 1 & 2
Kids Rap Radio 1 & 2
Kids Rap Radio, the brainchild of Beyonce's dad, may sound like a concept tailor-made to drive the big folks mad, but it has as much in common with the sometimes-criticized Kidz Bop series as Bow Wow does with Barry Manilow. Yes, the hip-hop hits are scrubbed clean, same as the pop and rock numbers on the better-known series. But no, the originals aren't mangled entirely. Instead of spiraling down the drain with the rinsed-off raunch, the spirit of these songs--from the "dirty south" slinkiness of Chingy's "Right Thur" to the urban 'tude of Busta Rhymes "Touch It"--remains. Case in point is "Lil' Bit," the R-rated 50 Cent original: "At dinnertime I try to get my eat on," spits one of the project's two hyper-talented 8-year-old emcees. "But I can't have dessert till my peas gone." It's cleaned-up. It's clever. And best of all, it has a sense of humor. Any hip-hop-loving parent would do well to get up off that thing and grab themselves a copy. --Tammy La Gorce

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Prince Symbol by EROS, Chen and Crisis 1994
Prince Symbol by EROS, Chen and Crisis 1994
Painted in 1994, Freestyle. Painted with the Homies, Chen and Crisis at Glam Slam, now Epic in Minneapolis, Mn. Painted for the man himself, Prince, during one of his parties at Erotic City. A fun and interesting night to say the least. What a lot of people don't know about me, is that I used to be a professional Street/B-Boy/Hip Hop dancer. I was self taught and was fortunate enough to make it into some pretty good shows, etc..... as a backup dancer for some pretty important people in the Music industry. I still dance and have some skills but like all good things, the skills aren't what they used to be. Still that doesn't stop me from getting my Ass on the dance-floor and Pop-locking on some kid half my age, in a battle. Be it known, I will still get down. lol. Anyway, back to the story... In 1994, I was a background dancer for Prince and his Late Night Party, "Erotic City", exclusively at Glam Slam. It was a great gig for a young adult. Plenty of Hot ass girls to dance with and the occasional shine when the man would come and perform. Which was pretty much 2-3 times a week. For the most part, I would have to perform like a Go-Go dancer, up on a podium for around 3-4 hours a night. It was a good time and I was really in good shape but who isn't in their early 20's. Often, they would try to promote a theme to the party. Much like what they do now at clubs, just with more of a Prince Flare to them. One time when they were looking for a theme, I mentioned that I did graff. Prince's promoter was like, "That's Perfect! Prince / Graffiti Bridge, That's what we will do." I was like, "Cool, can I bring in some friends?". He was like, "Yeah, whatever, whoever you want, let's really make a night out of it." So, we started to plan it. I think we had 2 days. I invited the Homies, Chen and Crisis to back me up. Someone came up with the bright idea of having us paint live during the event. We were down. Next they asked us if we had anything we could hang. We had just done a canvass gallery a few months back and still had the remnants from the show. So we hung them all over (you can see the bottom of a Crisis canvass in the background) and the night was set. "Graffiti Bridge Night" at Glam Slam. Normally, I would have been dancing that night, so being able to do something different and still get paid, was a nice change. They had us set up right near the entrance and really didn't have much, if any, ventilation for the building, so it was really fumy and intoxicating. Literally, everyone got a good contact high off the Rusto fumes. About halfway through our piece, the manager came over and said Prince was on his way, He really wanted to see what we were doing. Which added a lot of tension to what we were doing. We slowed it down and pretty much just drank and waited in anticipation. We didn't want to finish until he had got there. About 30 minutes later, Prince arrived. Oh, one thing I need to mention is that at this time, noone could call Prince, "Prince". He was to only be known as the symbol or The Man Himself. Real funny when I think back to that time. He was trying to get out of a record deal with Warner Bros and they owned the rights to his name. So he was getting back at them by using the symbol. They couldn't go after him because he wasn't making music under his name. Nice loop-hole. Back to the story....... So after he arrived, it was probably 2 am., we were feeling pretty good. High off the paint fumes, as well as, having a nice buzz from the drinks we had before. So, now it was showtime. Here he pulls a chair up to a table about 30 feet away from behind us and commences to watching us paint. It was cool but really made us nervous. I think we were a little star struck at the time. After working for the guy for like 4-5 months, I still had yet to hear a single "Hello" from him. It was a weird situation. Anyway, right as we were about to finish, we noticed that he was getting up and starting to come over to us. Probably just to give us some props for painting his name. I was using a Home-made thin cap, the kind where you use the top of a can of spray paint and was standing on a chair, on-top of a plant stand, writing EROTIC CITY up in the corner. Chen or Crisis, I don't know who, saw that he was coming over and turned and bumped the chair I was on and knocked my ass over and out poured all the excess paint that was in the cap, all over the piece. It was totally comical. (God we were young! lol.) Next thing I know, as I'm picking my ass up off the floor and looking at the piece just covered in wet dripping paint, I noticed Prince saw the whole thing. He was about 10 feet away and when he saw the hot mess we were in, he looked disgusted and just turned and walked away. We were like, "Damn!" What a tough break. We thought that maybe if he would have came over to us, he would have wanted us to do some more graff for him and pay us lots of
Fireproof is comprised of two members Moe McCoy and Javin Love. Together since 2001 they have worked diligently to create a name for themselves. Fireproof presents themselves as a great opportunity for investment having: Established a name recognized by many in a market known as one the hardest places to make it. "The greater Grand Rapids Area". Sold over 15,000 units hand to hand without a budget. Multiple spins on popular FM Radio Stations. Featured stories on Local programming. A multi-faceted group with credits for writing and producing music, videos and movies. Booked their own shows for a national tour, providing exposure to the masses. Promoted local concerts. Knowledge in all areas of the music industry. Had a song selected to be included on a very popular And1 Mix Tape DVD, manufactured and distributed by MTV. Opened for world renowned DJ Kid Capri and Light Weight Champion of the World Floyd Mayweather Jr. Nominated for 8 Hip Hop Awards 12 Won 3 Grand Rapids Hip Hop Awards: Album of the Year, Best Radio Single, and Best Club Single. Video voted #1 on Fire TV in South Africa. "Like Me" video featured on MTV News as the next up and coming group. Our vision is to take over the music industry. We have set the mark by starting in Grand Rapids. With the adequate resources and the support of T John E we will take this country by storm with Clean Hip Hop.

Fireproof Artist Profile
§ Averages shows 10 Months per year touring from New York to Florida to California.
§ Performs at prisons and juvenile facilities nation wide.
§ 30k units sold at shows over career span. § Two music videos.
§ 1999-2005 Performed at Holy Hip Hop 4000 youth.
§ 2003-2005 Performed at Calvary Christian Center Sacramento, CA
§ 2005 Headline performances at GMA Live @ The Pass The Mic Urban Music Showcase with Gotee artist GRITS.
§ Shared stage with Marvin Sapp, Bobby Bishop, Dafilled, Lee Majors, Twista, Chico Debarge, Jonathan Dunn, The Singletons, Apple Jax, Sugar Hill Gang, Kurtis Blow, Tonex', GRITS, John Reuben and many more.
2006 Awarded by the State of Michigan for their contributions to the youth
2006 Won Holy Hip Hop Award
2007 Nominated for 8 awards from Grand Rapids Hip Hop Awards Winner of 3 Grand Rapids Hip Hop Awards
1) best radio single
2) best club bannger
3) Album of the Year 2007
Honored by The Grand Rapids Police for their acting contributions to the city in a film to show new laws Featured on MTV News as the next up and coming Hip Hop group.
Released Movie 2morrows Never Promised
§ Featured on Lee Majors "Ready for War and Son Of a King" Albums.
§ Featured on Lazarus "The Laz Block" Album. Song charted #6 on Cincinnati countdown.
§ "This record is hot!"-Gotee Recording Artist Grits.
§ "Yall sound good"- Multi Platinum Recording Artist winner of BET award Donnie McClurckin. Fireproof Production/Song Writing Credits
§ EMc "Speak Life"
§ God's Son "Struggles & Test"
§ D Concern "Be Thankful"
§ Fishermen "Let's Ride"
§ Fishermen "Fireproof
§ Fireproof "Rags II Riches"
$ Fireproof "Mixtape Vol 1"
$ Fireproof "Mixtape Vol 2" "Target Practice"
$ Fireproof "2np" $ 2morrows Never Promised "The Movie"
$ Rojay "Love Letter"

clean hip hop music for kids
clean hip hop music for kids
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