Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 25, 2008
Dunkadelic TV, http://www.youtube.com/dunkadelictv, will debut its new sports show tonight on the basketball and hip-hop culture fusion (The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, 1984-Present) in Baltimore on Comcast cable channel 75 at 8:00-9:00 p.m. The pioneering show details the upcoming 25th Anniversary of the culture fusion era that was born in 1984. The show's host/creator Derrick E. Vaughan said, "This is ground-breaking television for the future of sports and music culture."
The show will be hosted by Vaughan and local-area performer Jerris L. Cates. The 2 of them blend well together and have fun doing the show. Production and visual arts will be done Troy A. Cates who has over 15 years in the business of taping and producing. Dunkadelic TV has a cool urban beat as its theme. Dunkadelic TV is filmed on location at Copra's restaurant in downtown Baltimore. The show's slogan "Where basketball and hip-hop come together as one" will be a signature component of the program.
The set memorabilia acts as a visionary sidekick that makes the show that much more appealing and educational to teens and young adults who are viewing. Dunkadelic TV also has a part of the show named "Must Reads". Books selected that have a strong association to the era.
1988 has been deemed by many within the culture as the "Greatest" year and Summer in hip-hop history. 2008 marks the 20th Anniversary of the year that made hip-hop mainstream. 1988 was also the beginning of the "Golden-Age" of The "Dunkadelic-Era" 1988-2003.
There were 28 major rap albums released that made 1988 hip-hop culture history http://rateyourmusic.com/list/jlagor1/1988_hip_hop.
For more information on Dunkadelic TV and the 20th Anniversary of hip-hop's 'Greatest' year.
Contact: Derrick E. Vaughan
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