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'A Journey through time' Media Showcase Celebrating 50 Years of Hip-Hop Culture

The Chronicle Presents “A Journey through Time"

A multiplatform, celebration of Hip Hip on it's 50th Anniversary


Photo Credit: GETTY IMAGES [The Essence Festival of Culture 2023. Top Left: Wizkid; Top Right: Lil Wayne; Bottom Left: Sandra Denton and Cheryl James of Salt-N-Pepa; Bottom Right: Tems]


From the rise of trap music to the change in lyrical expression, hip-hop has been pushing boundaries and influencing mainstream music for decades. 2023 marks the 50th anniversary of what a journey it has been. Hip-hop has changed the landscape of music as we know it – from the artists to the genres and even the instruments.

Hip-hop is an important form of self-expression for many. From the rise of trap music to the change in lyrical expression, hip-hop has been pushing boundaries and influencing mainstream music for decades. Hip-hop is a movement that speaks truth to power and often challenges the status quo. Hip-hop is more than just music, it is a culture.

To honor this special milestone in music, the Chronicle News will share, various forms of media to showcase and uplift hip-hop culture. This cultural celebration of media will give audiences a peek into the world of hip-hop through traditional media and Multimedia channels.

Join us as we explore hip-hop through the eyes of community creatives and hip-hop culturists. We will travel down the timeline of hip-hop with articles, shorts, biographies, and interviews designed to educate, empower, and inspire.

We are excited to feature DJ Cutt-Nice as one of our tour guides through the Eras of hip-hop. Cutt-Nice will guide the audience on an audible journey spinning his favorites from Old old-school rap to the Rise of Trap Music.

Click below to take a sneak peek at DJ Cutt-Nice in his famous Lab mixing up “Bad Times, I Can’t Stand It-by Captain Rapp





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