In 1991 Gramma Funk The Funk Hostess Wit Da Mostess Infamous Tuesday Night Funk Hut Parties was born. If You Don't Know...You Betta Ask Somebody
The Music Industry Parties in the '90s in New York City were always exciting because you never knew what to expect or who you were going to meet.
Hip-Hop concerts were all the rave in the '90s because you got to witness some of the hottest artists on stage along with the newest music beginning played for the first time,
Behind The Scenes at video shoots, music conventions, VIP and record release parties allowed me to capture intimate photographs.
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The Underground World of Hip-Hop during the ’90s in the Big Apple we called New York City was alive and kicking. The fever for rapping and entertaining was so addicting that it was spreading across the five boroughs like wildfire. This Hip-Hop epidemic was like a disease without a cure and everybody wanted it. Folks from all walks of life and from around the globe had landed on the naked island in search of big hopes and dreams with that saying by Malcolm X “By "Any Means Necessary” driving them all to master their skills for greatness. Don’t get me wrong Hip-Hop has been around for almost fifty years but the ’90s had a new lease on life for all genders and races. The underground movement now had a turbo engine attached to it and it was moving full steam ahead. A true underground artist living in the Big Apple during the ’90s had to learn how to survive the bumps and bruises that the industry would through at them. With 8 million people living in the naked city we called New York, it was just a matter of time before you got discovered and moved up that showbiz latter. The Big Apple was a stage no matter where you came from. It could have been on a street corner, a subway station, on theater steps or at a park full of passersby. Koi Sojer "The Gifted Eye" Female Photographer has captured some of the world’s most prominent Rappers, Singers, Spoken Word Artists, Dancers, DJs, VJs, Comedians, Actors, Athletes and Celebrity Entertainers that were apart of The Underground World of Hip-Hop in the '90s.
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