Big Daddy Kane Added as Judge to 2010 Hip Hop Karaoke Championship
The legendary rapper will join Buckshot (of famed NYC group Black Moon) on stage as 12 of HHK's finest compete for the $1,000 grand prize and title of Hip Hop Karaoke Champion.
Big Daddy Kane has long been considered one of the greatest and most influential rappers of all time, with emcees such as Jay-Z, RZA, and Ice-T extolling his praises and countless fans regarding albums such as Long Live the Kane and It's a Big Daddy Thing as hip-hop classics. Tracks like "Warm It Up, Kane," "Ain't No Half Steppin'," and "Set It Off" have been embedded in the collective consciousness of hip-hop fans for over two decades and the organizers are honored to have both Kane and Buckshot help judge the event. The organizers will be announcing the third and final judge shortly.
Following on the success of the sold-out 1st Annual Hip Hop Karaoke Championship at Highline Ballroom, Hip Hop Karaoke, New York's most popular hip-hop event, presents the 2010 Hip Hop Karaoke Championship at New York's Irving Plaza on January 29th. The event will feature 12 of Hip Hop Karaoke's best battling it out for cash prizes in front of celebrity judges.
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