Good music like her new song, titled "Dear John." The song is a tribute to Positive Black men and in the video you see a lot of African-American men who have made positive impacts on the community.
Check out the photo of me in my Hip hop attire getting read for the show, Naomi Scott from LP Entertainment and MC Lyte mixing records at Shark Bar in Plano.
Check out the photo slideshow below & read more to see the video from the show!
MC LYTE is baaaaaccckkkk! Today I had the opportunity to speak to the legendary rapper, who is still making music and moves in the entertainment industry!
And in case your wondering, I had to post an old pic of me and Lyte from Charleston, SC 2008!!!
The Legendary Mc Lyte has been extremely busy over the years doing philanthropic work with the Hip Hop Sister's Network.
I asked her what she thought about today's female rappers, and she said that she hasn't really been in contact with many of them, as Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azaela haven't really reached out to her for advice on the rap game.
But she believes there is hope for Hip hop, if consumers start buying more positive music.
Click below to see more pics, video from the mini concert
I got a chance to watch MC Lyte in action as a DJ at shark bar in Plano with DJ Steve Nice from K104.
I also ran into DJ Modave from BOOM 94.5 & DJ Spinderella from Salt-N-Pepa and Naomi Scott (also a blogger and TV host).
The new track “Dear John” f/ Common paying tribute to men and raising money for her charity #EducateOURMen, which is the signature scholarship initiative of MC Lyte's Hip Hop Sisters Foundation, which has presented two $100,000 university scholarships during the Soul Train Music Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show each year since the organization's founding.
Watch DEAR JOHN video Just click here.
Watch a clip from her set at Shark bar below: