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Hip-Hop Is Not Your Enemy

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Join us for an engaging, open discussion on the impact and affect of hip hop culture on popular culture both nationally and on our home turf in Memphis with Dr. Kenneth Whalum, Jr., the author of "Hip Hop Is Not Our Enemy," as well as recording artist Mr. Del, Hallelujah FM's Tracy Bethea and Hot 107.1's Mo Better.

Dr. Whalum, an astounding philanthropist in his own right, a strong-hold throughout the Memphis community, and survivor of a church split due to his dedication to co-opting hip-hop culture, believes it is essential to lead the churches and its children in the right direction; and time is overdue to end the blame of hip-hop for social ills.



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Things To Do in Memphis This Halloween Weekend 2017: Events, Parties & More

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Memphis gets really, really, REALLY, busy during holidays especially during Halloween and New Year's Eve. Events start popping up all over the city of Memphis. That can make it difficult sometimes to keep up, let alone decide on what to do.



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Ja Rule and Ashanti Live Concert Coming To Cannon Center, Downtown Memphis

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Rapper Ja Rule and singer Ashanti are expected to perform live in Downtown Memphis, TN for a concert at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts.



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Little Rock Mayor Cancels Memphis Rapper MoneyBagg Yo’s Arkansas Concert Over Safety Concerns

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Memphis rapper MoneyBagg Yo, who is it at the prime of his career, recently had his concert, that was set to take place in Little Rock, Arkansas, scrapped by Mayor Mark Stodola due to public safety concerns.



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