DEHH Daily: May 19th, 2017

DEHH Daily: May 19th, 2017


What’s In The News

A Tribe Called Quest cancelled a few of their upcoming European dates du to Q-Tip’s shoulder injury. Ice Cube will replace ATCQ.

The Notorious B.I.G.’s Brooklyn Mural will be destroyed. The Biggie mural was painted on the side of an apartment building in Bed-Stuy on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Quincy Street. Samuel Berkowitz, the owner, plans on removing the mural to create windows for the apartments and increase rent.

FCC Votes to roll back Net Neutrality. In spite of dozens of protesters, in a 2-1 vote, the FCC’s Republicans voted to loosen the regulations on the industry. Net Neutrality basically fights to keep equal treatment among internet providers to help avoid “fast lanes.” This is something we should pay attention to as we all could end up paying more money for internet access.

Jack White to release children’s book titled “We’re Going to Be Friends.” The story is inspired by The White Strips song of the same name and will tell the sotry of Suzy Lee journey at school. Elinor Blake is providing the illustrations.

Logic tells the backstory of how he got J. Cole on his third studio album ‘Everybody.’

Memory Lane

DMX’s It’s Dark and Hell is Hot turned 19 today. Here are some fun facts about the album:
  • It opened the week as the No.1 album on Billboard 200. It sold 251,000 copies it’s first week and is now quadruple Platinum.
  • Jay Z boycotted the Grammy’s after It’s Dark and Hell is Hot was not nominated for Best Rap Album.
  • Beezy doesn’t like DMX.
  • DMX inspired Kendrick Lamar to become a rapper.



Snoop Dogg: Neva Left

 Faith Evans & the Notorious B.I.G.: The King and I

Jay Dot Rain: Thank God for the Rain

24hrs: Night Shift

 Buddy: Ocean and Montana

 David Banner: The God Box

 The Underachievers: Renaissance

 XXXTencion: Revenge

 Sy Ari Da Kid: 2 Soon

 Azizi Gibson: Memoirs of the Reaper

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