Rap Pioneers Create First Hip-Hop Bowling Team For Cancer

(AllHipHop News) A variety of rap legends are banding together to raise breast cancer awareness in what is being labeled as Hip-Hop’s first official nationwide bowling team. UTFO’s Kangol Kid, veteran female rapper Roxanne Shante and film executive Shaunda Lumpkin have formed the Hip-Hop Pin Drop, which is designed to raise funds and cure cancer “One Pin at A Time.”The first event is slated to take in January of next year, at New York City’s FRAMES Bowling Lounge. The first artists slated to bowl include Hip-Hop pioneer Kool Herc, Dana Dane, Doc Ice of UTFO, DoItAll, Sugar Hill Gang, Daryl “Chill” Mitchell and Jam Master Jay’s son Jason Mizell Jr. The event is part of the Mama Luke Organization’s efforts to raise funds to fight breast cancer. The organization was formed when Lumpkin, who manages former foes Kangol and Roxanne, lost her mother after a three-year battle with the disease. The first Hip-Hop Pin Drop takes place January 6th, 2011. 

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