The Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame (LIMEHOF) celebrates its 50th anniversary.th To mark hip-hop’s anniversary, Sunday, June 11 at 2:00 PM at the venue’s home in Stony Brook Village, 97 Main Street, Stony Brook, NY, a special concert and panel discussion event, along with the official inauguration of The Fat Boys, will take place. will be split.
The event featured legendary stars Son of Bazaar, Kool Rockski (The Fat Boys), AJ Rock (JVCFORCE), DJ Jazzy Jay, DJ Johnny Juice (Public Enemy), Dinko D, Milo in de Dance (both) will perform. Leaders of the New School), special guest Ralph McDaniels (video music box), and other surprise hip-hop guest artists. DJ Jazzy Jay, DJ Johnny Juice, Kool Rock-Ski and Son of Bazerk will perform LIVE music.
There will also be a panel discussion moderated by Tom Needham, vice president of Limehoff and longtime host of The Sound of Film Radio Show, featuring JVC Force member, New School leader and DJ Johnny. Juice and Ralph McDaniels are also scheduled to participate. . “We are honored to be honoring 50 years of hip-hop with a live concert from some of hip-hop’s most influential artists from Long Island,” said Limehoff President Ernie Canadeo. “It’s a testament to Long Island’s continued vital role in hip-hop’s legacy.” Although the Bronx is often the most lauded as the origin of hip-hop, Long Island is the birthplace of hip-hop. had a great impact on the development of Long Island Hip Hop Most of his performers went to the city to perform.
Over the years, LIMEHOF has brought hip hop to life by inviting artists from Long Island including LL COOL J, Run-DMC, Public Enemy, Eric B. & Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Kurtis Blow, Whodini, and Salt-N. I have been honoring the community. – Pepa, EPMD.
For more information on tickets for the LIMEHOF Hip Hop 50th Anniversary Concert, please visit https://www.limusichalloffame.org/museum/.