Doug E. Fresh

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Health and hip-hop are coming together to help educate inner city youth. Last night, Hip-Hop Public Health hosted their first “Health in Key Gala,” which used music…

Join The Rickey Smiley Morning Show as Headcrack goes over some of the highlights of the BET Hip Hop Awards. Hear Doug E Fresh‘s heart-wrenching acceptance speech, plus; find…

“NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin celebrates Black Music Month with Hip Hop legends Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E. Fresh.  Can Hip Hop be…

Will Smith and Doug E. Fresh took party goers back to the old school as they rocked Gabrielle Union’s 40th birthday party in Miami on…

During the late 80s and early 90s, MC Hammer was one of hip-hop’s most polarizing figures. While some hated on him for the harem pants…

Doug E. Fresh is known the world over for his innovations in hip-hop, particularly the Beatbox art form, but one thing he is just as…

Watch out Diggy Simmons. It seems that progeny of another hip-hop vet are ready to stake a claim in the music business.  Brothers Solomon “Trips” Davis, 20, and Dayquan “Slim” Davis, 22, are the off spring of Harlem, NY’s own Doug E. Fresh. Together they perform as the duo Square Off but are not trying […]

As a new group Cali Swag District has had an amazing year with their now platinum single “Teach Me How To Dougie.” The four-man group (C-Smoove, Yung, Jay Are and M-Bone) hail from Inglewood, California and were discovered by former Death Row artists Big Wy and Dairold Potts. The single “Teach Me How To Dougie” […]

In 1946 Bobby Robinson opened his record store Bobby’s Happy House on 125th street in Harlem becoming the first black owned business on the famous Harlem street. The music business legend died yesterday at the age of 93. Five years after opening the shop he expanded into the music recording business working with hundreds of […]

Doug E. Fresh is the latest entertainer to find themselves in the sights of the IRS. The legendary emcee and human beat box legend was hit by the IRS with a $2,276,848 lien on October 20th according to the Detroit News' Tax Watchdog.