MC Sha-Rock, Hip Hop Cul

MC SHA-ROCK-1st Female Rapper and MC 2013-11-13-final.jpg

Get your tickets now on eventbrite.... The sound system of the Mighty Mighty Sasquatch will be in the building! MC ShaRock Sharon Jackson Mc Sha-Rock Hip Hopstreetculture MC Sha-Rock

Reminiscing With MC Sha-Rock: Beginning of Women in Hip-Hop Culture


MC Sha-Rock is a historic element of history, often referred to as the “Luminary Icon” or the” Mother of the Mic”. As the Hip Hop Cultures first influential female emcee; she has built a foundation for other female emcees world-wide. Born in Wilmington, North Carolina her parents decided to move the family to New York, City.
In the early 1970s a musical genre was born in the tough neighborhoods of the South Bronx. Talented teenagers with plenty of creativity and imagination began to develop a new street style; referred to as Hip-Hop. It provided a combination of rhythms and melodies from existing records, mixing them up with poetry chronicling life in the 'hood. Established as a b-girl/break dancer, MC Sha-Rock later elevated to become the Hip Hop Cultures first female emcee” as part of the legendary rap group called The Funky 4.
In 1984, MC Sha-Rock and members of the group made a guest appearance on “Saturday Night Live” hosted by Deborah Harry from the legendary rock group “Blondie” making them the first Hip Hop group to appear on national television. For over a decade she has contributed to the Hip Hop movement, her work includes several documentaries for the BBC film organization to include,” Thirty Years of Hip Hop”, which aired on VH1 and “My Mic Sounds Nice” which aired on the B.E.T. network. Also, appearing on 20/20 in the “1981” special “Rapping to the Beat” hosted, by Hugh Downs. In, addition to others network, TV shows along with, The Funky 4+1 more.
The Icon has received dozens of awards and honorees for her contributions to Hip Hop Culture. She’s received the honorary award from the Council of the City of New York, for her involvement as a female Pioneer emcee that helped lead the culture of Hip Hop; and “The Women’s of Distinction Award” by The Hip Hop Culture Center in Harlem, New York. The Icon has been featured in magazines such as “The Source” (2013) and “The Essence” (2013) and several books written by Hip Hop historians and authors, acknowledging her dedication and commitment to the culture; which has helped pave the way for females of today’s Hip Hop culture. An article written by The Rolling Stone Magazine named, The Funky 4+1 More Hip Hop Rap single titled “That’s The Joint” as one of the 50 greatest rap songs of all times.
In April 2013, MC Sha-Rock was appointed as a National Advisor for the Cornell University Hip Hop Library Collection; The Icon was recently appointed to sit on the Advisory Board for the Universal Hip Hop Museum schedule to open in the Bronx, New York (2017).
MC ShaRock has been labeled by her peers as the most celebrated Hip Hop female Pioneer MC of all time from fellow artists, Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Sean “Puffy” Combs, Fab 5 Freddy, MC Lyte and countless Hip Hop lovers around the world who have followed her career throughout her tenure. She has collaborated with many international artists, to include artists such as Ice T, Nas, Big Daddy Kane, Celo, Marley Marl, Grand Puba, Melle Mel, MC Spice, Malcolm McLaren and Angie Stone.

MC Sha-Rock, Hip Hop Culture's First Female Emcee, Appointed As National Advisor For Cornell University Hip Hop Library


MC Sha-Rock

Ithaca, NY (May 6, 2013) -- Pioneering African American Rap Artist MC Sha-Rock has been appointed as National Advisor for the Cornell University Hip Hop Library. Sha-Rock is relevant to the Hip Hop culture, music and industry. Established in 1976, she began her career as a b-girl/break dancer in the Bronx, New York. In the Hip Hop community, she is known as the "Luminary Icon" or the "Mother of the Mic". She stands as the foundation for female emcees. She is a former member of the legendary rap group, The Funky 4 Plus One More. In 1981" they appeared on Saturday Night Live and became the first rap group to ever appear on national television.

MC Sha-Rock is a recipient of the Honorary Award from the Council of New York and The Women's Distinction Award by The Hip Hop Culture Center in Harlem, New York. She has been featured in countless magazines and books written by authors and Hip Hop Historians.

She comments, "I am humbled and honored to accept this titled as a National Advisor for the Hip Hop Library at Cornell, said MC Sha-Rock. It feels as if I'm home. I am thankful that Katherine Reagan and Ben Ortiz have asked me to serve as an educator on the board. I have been involved and apart of the Hip Hop culture, since its inception. I am truly looking forward to sharing my experience and knowledge with the world. I am also excited about working with other pioneer's, educators and scholars. The Cornell Hip Hop Library will stand as the leading educational university to educate, highlight and showcase a vast selection of the origins of Hip Hop in film, old school flyers and photographs. It is open to the public, and it is my wish that everyone will get the opportunity to come out and experience the Hip Hop movement before its posterity."

MC Sha-Rock couldn't be any happier to announce that the Cornell Hip Hop Library will showcase the first known vintage film footage that was documented and dated in 1977 by a young man's task to complete a high school project. The film highlights the Original Funky Four MC's and also charts MC Sha-Rock as the first female MC of Hip Hop.

 Interview with the amazing MC Sha-Rock!

2013-11-13-sharock.jpg

“Luminary Icon…: The Story
of the Beginning and End of
Hip Hop’s First Female MC”

Luminary_Icon_Original_Book_Cover_Thumb



Luminary_Icon_Book_New_Cover_thumb



audio_icon

To start listening now, you may instantly 
download the [Unabridged] audio of 

“Luminary Icon…: The Story of the Beginning 
and End of Hip Hop’s First Female MC” 

on 
amazon or Download_iTunes



All books ordered thru McShaRockOnline.com 
will be personally autographed by MC Sha-Rock.
To order by mail send a money order to : 
Sharon.Jackson C/O Sha-Rock Inc.
P.O. Box 11398 Killeen, Texas 76549

Prices: (Outside of Texas): 
$10.00 plus S&H $4.50 total: $14.50
Prices: (Inside Texas): 
$10.00 plus $0.82 tax plus $4.50 S&H, total: $15.32
We Ship World Wide!

Visitor Tracker

 free counters

(Posted February 10, 2012)

Badge

Loading…

Latest Activity

Sofoni Beats commented on Barbie Wills Dymond's video
Thumbnail

Strange Times (with lyrics)

"I love the intro.  Nice rhythm guitar riff.  Love the vocals.  Really puts you in the scene of the message of the song. "
7 hours ago
Sofoni Beats commented on realhiphop's blog post Tray Wilkerson - "Bucket"
"Cool to meet you.  How you doing with touring out here since Covid 19"
7 hours ago
Sofoni Beats commented on Cré's video
Thumbnail

Cré-Ooh La-la

"I liked your choice of percussion and the dynamic drops you had in this beat.  Are you part of the inner circle.  If you are we should collab! DM me if you interested. "
7 hours ago
J. Chester posted a status
"Thank you Sofoni!"
7 hours ago
J. Chester and Poze Productions are now friends
7 hours ago
Sofoni Beats left a comment for J. Chester
"Welcome to the crew! "
7 hours ago
Frederick Redsphere posted a status
"Please check out Big dophius this album is nice and listening is free will take donations as deserved. https://dophius.bandcamp.com/"
8 hours ago
Frederick Redsphere posted a status
"Thanks everyone for support.…"
8 hours ago
realhiphop posted blog posts
11 hours ago
J. Chester is now a member of Poze Productions/Poze Records Inc..FREE TO JOIN
12 hours ago
Lisa Marie Nicole posted a status
"Just released my new song, walking Through the desert. Available everywhere online."
13 hours ago
Young Gifted ✔ posted a photo
17 hours ago
Barbie Wills Dymond posted a video

Strange Times (with lyrics)

Visit: BarbieWillsDymond.com
18 hours ago
Magik Squirrel posted a video

Magik Squirrel: Mohawk War Song

on September 18th, 1990, the Native American civil rights movement was officially sparked after a diverse group of Mohawk villagers of Kahnawake faced off ag...
19 hours ago
Magik Squirrel posted a status
"Rock is not dead, it is #revolution and #civilrights and natures favorite squirrel proves it. #blm https://youtu.be/wRI-8gh5Uus"
19 hours ago
James D Salvato commented on Poze Productions's page VIP RECORD DEALS
"I hope and pray to be offered a Record Deal in the Near Future from a Label..It would be my dream come true."
19 hours ago

X-poze-ing VIP`s Speech

Notes

Radio feature new artists

Congratulations Hope McKee 2 record deals offers this month 

Continue

Created by Poze Productions Sep 9, 2020 at 8:26pm. Last updated by Poze Productions Sep 12.

Poze ViP Makin News

Celiane the Voice…

Continue

Created by Poze Productions Jan 29, 2020 at 3:33pm. Last updated by Poze Productions Aug 28.

Featured Artists on poze radio

James D Salvato 

VIP PERCS & ZANS OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO…

Continue

Created by Poze Productions Dec 29, 2018 at 12:22pm. Last updated by Poze Productions Aug 17.

New VIP featured artists

The Ultimate Underground Experience Radio Show with The Uncle Earl

Check it…

Continue

Created by Poze Productions Aug 11, 2019 at 2:55pm. Last updated by Harmony Synclaire Jul 19.

© 2020   Created by Poze Productions.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service