Hip Hop Legend & Cafe Mocha’s Yo-Yo Talks Black Music Honors
She's a hip hop legend that put the ladies of the West Coast on the map and she's also a community activist that's working to improve the lives of young people through the use of hip hop music and not to mention you can listen to her right here every Sunday on Cafe Mocha Radio! You can't play with my Yo-Yo!
Yo-Yo will be performing this weekend on BounceTV's special "The 3rd Annual Black Music Honors" which will be paying tribute to Music Icons Bobby Brown, Faith Evans, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Whodini, Stephanie Mills and Dallas Austin for their Timeless Musical Contributions. The show will feature performances by Doug E. Fresh, Bell Biv DeVoe, Monie Love, Next, Raheem Devaughn, Donnie McClurkin, Ruben Studdard, Regina Bell, Angela Winbush and more with Yo-Yo paying tribute to Whodini.
Yo-Yo checks in with Melz On The MIC to talk about the show and also her work with "Yo-Yo's School Of Hip Hop" which helps young people learn more about hip hop in a positive light. Catch The 3rd Annual Black Music Honors Saturday (Sept. 29) at Midnight and again on Sunday (Sept. 30) 1:00 PM on BounceTV Channel 44.4 on over the air digital here in Central Texas.