hip-hop 4 health plus, inc.

88-24 merrick blvd., #5g
jamaica, new york 11432

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ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
JUNE 27, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4424225

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QUEENS

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION

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2013 - HIP-HOP 4 HEALTH PLUS, INC.









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  • A Talk With Fergie of The Black Eyed Peas
    Friday Dec 3, 2010

    Fergie, member of the Grammy Award-winning hip-hop group "The Black Eyed Peas, talks about her latest perfume venture with Avon as well as the Peas' evolution from a rapping dance troupe to a global brand.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: Weekend Conversations
  • Weekend Conversations: Hip-Hop's Russell Simmons
    Saturday Oct 23, 2010

    Entertainment, fashion and media mogul Russell Simmons speaks with WSJ's Lee Hawkins as part of "WSJ Weekend Conversations" Simmons, the "Godfather of Hip-hop music" and the founder of Phat Farm clothing, talks about his new show "Running Russell Simmons," his charitable work and his activism around the "Ground Zero" mosque.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: Weekend Conversations
  • Rap’s Best Lyrics About Money Are Actually Put To The Financial Test
    By KC Ifeanyi - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017

    Is it wise in this current economic climate to, as Jay Z puts it, “stack chips for the rainy day”? A financial services company decided to find out.

    It’s common, if not mandatory at this point, for hip-hop artists to reference money in their songs. Whether it’s chasing, stacking, or blowing paper, rap and fiduciary matters have always been linked–but how sound is all that advice? We all know how influential hip-hop has been in music, fashion, and culture overall, yet financial services company Gocompare.com believes there’s some fiscal acumen to be gleaned from rap lyrics.

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  • “Hip-Hop Is A Huge Equalizer”: Young Entrepreneurs Get Business Inspiration From The Music Industry
    By Adele Peters - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017

    Philadelphia’s Institute of Hip Hop Entrepreneurship takes best practices honed by successful music moguls and imparts them to young founders who have been shut out of more traditional business education.

    At the Institute of Hip Hop Entrepreneurship in Philadelphia, traditional business school professors have been replaced with the hip-hop artist Bahamadia, the DJ Rich Medina, Ruffhouse Records cofounder Joe “The Butcher” Nicolo, and more than 20 industry insiders. But students aren’t trying to make it in the music world. Instead, the program’s goal is to share lessons from hip-hop that students can translate into their own successful startups–and to make a typically dry curriculum both more interesting and culturally relevant.

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    Source: Fast Company
  • Jay Z went on a Twitter spree and thanked dozens of rappers that inspired him
    By Johnny Lieu - Friday Jun 16, 2017

    Jay Z seems to be in a really good mood right now.

    And why wouldn't he be. He's just been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, becoming the first hip hop artist to do so. 

    Jay hopped on Twitter Thursday night to thank those who've inspired him: Like golden age hip hop luminaries De La Soul, to '90s R&B stars like Lauryn Hill, and also modern rappers like Kendrick Lamar. 

    There's more than 80 artists he's thanked in his series of tweets. 

    Thank you to all the people that have inspired me . Rakim KANE KRS chuck cube Jaz Em Andre Nas big PAC cole kendrick chance jayE ..wait,

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  • Nas, Questlove, and pretty much everyone else in hip hop is mourning the death of Prodigy
    By Martha Tesema - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017

    Son, they shook.

    The hip-hop world is collectively in mourning Tuesday as Prodigy, half of the the legendary rap duo Mobb Deep, died at the age of 42 earlier this week, according to a statement released by his publicist. The news comes just a week after a performance at New York's annual Summer Jam music festival. 

    According to a statement provided to Complex and various outlets, the genre-defining rapper, born Alton Johnson, died after a lifetime battling sickle cell anemia: 

    Johnson's battle with the disease was not private, but since Prodigy's passing countless tributes from musicians and fans have cropped up, including hashtags #RIPProdigy and #MobbDeep trending on Twitter.  Read more...

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  • Prodigy, Rapper Who Helped Forge the Sound of New York Hip-Hop, Dies at 42
    By JON CARAMANICA - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017

    Half of the duo Mobb Deep, Prodigy, born Albert Johnson, had been hospitalized in Las Vegas suffering from complications of sickle-cell anemia.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
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    The lo-fi rap that thrives on SoundCloud teems with unruly energy. Can it survive the mainstream?

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