New York: Spyscape Museum, Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night, NYC Public Library, MoMA, Fashion Week and Central Park

Spyscape Museum A whole museum dedicated to espionage, I was super excited. Upon entry, I was given a chip with my personal details in bracket form so I could partake in activities throughout the museum to build my own spy profile. Measuring my level of risk and problem-solving abilities. I was impressed by the amount of information in this museum and how current and unbiased … Continue reading New York: Spyscape Museum, Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night, NYC Public Library, MoMA, Fashion Week and Central Park

New York: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Swing 46, United Nations and Sweet Chick

I first saw the Manhattan skyline as we drove in and I looked out of my window to the right I saw lady Liberty herself. My driver playing 80’s disco funk, with a cracked wing mirror, as we started driving there was immediate road rage as he got out the car to argue with another driver I noticed his cracked wing mirror. I had made … Continue reading New York: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Swing 46, United Nations and Sweet Chick

New York: Queensbridge

There was one place in New York City I couldn’t leave without visiting, the iconic: Queensbridge housing projects – home of Nasir Jones and many of my other favorite Rap artists from Queens. The origins of the sound I love so dearly was founded and developed, this was where the soundtrack to my childhood came from. I arrived at 21st Queensbridge street on the F … Continue reading New York: Queensbridge

The Birthplace of Hip Hop : New York City

It’s every Hip Hop fan’s dream is to visit the birthplace of Hip Hop – NEW YORK CITY. After years of waiting for ‘the right time’ I was finally here. Excited, a friend hooked me up with a seat on the HUSH TOURS which lead me to visit major sites for the creation and the evolution of Hip Hop in New York through the Bronx … Continue reading The Birthplace of Hip Hop : New York City