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Hip Hop Hall of Fame Seeks Partnerships With Record Labels, Hip Hop Icons, Artists, DJs, B-Boys/Girls, & Graffiti Artists for Museum Exhibits & Donor Campaign

NEW YORK, Oct. 12, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum team is making preparations to meet with Hip Hop Icons, Artists, DJs, B-Boys/Girls, Graffiti Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Record Label Executives. The goal is to establish multi-year partnerships and collaborations on Museum Archive Exhibits, the Major Gift Donor Campaign, and on Content for HipHopHall.Org the Official Website Community.

"We wanted to give all Hip Hop Artists, Supporters, Record Labels, Fans and the lovers of Hip Hop around the world an opportunity to give to the Museum's Major Gift Donor Campaign, and to have a 'Pride of Ownership Voice' in what we do at the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum & Entertainment Complex, and in the Communities we serve,' stated JT Thompson, Creator and Executive Producer of the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards TV Show that aired on BET Cable Network in the 90s. The Hall will reach out and partner on music archives & exhibits with Major and Independent Record Labels of the past and present who have made historic contributions to the development, expansion, and commercialization of Hip Hop Music & Culture since the 1970s.

Hip Hop Pioneers have paved the way, and our goal is to build an international community on the official website and magazine http://hiphophall.org , where Hip Hop Artists, DJs, B-Boys/Girls, Graffiti Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Record Labels can set up a storefront or profiles and provide Content, Music Videos, Merchandise, and Career Advice to fans and consumers from around the world who want to get on the mic, turntables, dance floor, join the arts, start a business, or become a behind the scenes professional.

The Hip Hop Hall of Fame vows to take the lead in cultivating a new respect, appreciation, and preservation of Hip Hop Music & Culture. 'We will also take the lead in other areas including youth education, the family, job training, job creation, small business development, and professional career development in both corporate America, and in the Entertainment Industry,' according to DJ Yoda an original advisory board member and museum staffer. The very "People and Communities" we serve will become the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum's best customers, visitors, live event patrons, and future contributors to Hip Hop Music & Culture for many years to come. For more info contact Bobby Fisher or Follow us at http://hiphophall.org , and via face-book & twitter at http://facebook.com/hiphophalloffame , and http://twitter.com/hiphophof .

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CONTACT: Bobby Fisher Alexia Martinique 917-418-7971Source:Hip Hop Global Media & Entertainment LLC