As with most forms of music, Hip-Hop was born as a form of artistic expression. These expressions or elements were important to provide the community an  outlet to escape the economic decline of the era. Whether you were a DJ, Emcee, Graffiti Artist or B-Boy or girl you were a living example of the art.


Today, we celebrate the culture of Hip-Hop in all of its forms.


Hip Hop Brunch was started in 2015 to bring people together to celebrate the art and have a great time doing it.


•   Red Velvet Waffles

•   Shrimp and Grits

•   Fried Chicken Wings

•   Eggs, Grits, Bacon, etc