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Statement to The Mighty Shirt Kings from Shirt Queens Academy. - SouthSide

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Jamaica, NY
About Me
I, The Legendary Pioneer Queen MC Eva Marie King, BA, MS est. 1973, began voice training at four-years-old with my father Theodore King, who taught me how to sing along with recorded music. At age 5 my elder sisters taught me to sing the Jackson Five's classic song, "Darling Dear" which complemented my soprano singing voice, I studied African and modern dance at Gloria Jackson Dance School. I also toured New York City as an honor student singing with the Edward Kennedy Ellington School (P.S. 140 Queens) Glee Club in the mid-seventies. While singing in the Glee Club at P.S. 140 Queens I studied lead guitar. As an honor student I became a writer and poet in grade school, emulating Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou and Nikki Giovanni. Later, I admired and read about the lives of Ida B. Wells, Angela Davis and Assata Shakur.

In 1976, during my freshmen year at Catherine and Count Basie Junior High School (JHS 72 Queens) while in the top honors class (6SPE1) I studied alto saxophone and met Lisa Angel Ray professionally known as The Real Lisa Ray http://www.Twitter.com/LisaAngelRay and President of my Rockaway's Finest Entertainment.

After taking the exam and being accepted into Park West High School in Manhattan, New York City USA. I studied Culinary Arts and formed "The Everlastings Crew" in my freshman year of 1979. MC Sure Delight, MC Devoted D, MC Lady Love, MC Juiccy E (Eva Marie King), Baby J, Chee-Chee, Kiki, Sweet T and Shorty Don't are "The Everlastings." MC Juiccy E, MC Devoted D and MC Lady Love are "The Original Sweet Trio." MC Sure Delight, MC Sweet Lee and MC Betty Boo recorded on Tommy Boy Records and released "Fly Guy" and "Nonstop" using the name "Sweet Trio" with Harold "DJ Whiz Kid" McGuire in 1985.

Queen DJ Jazzy Joyce holds the distinction of being the only Pioneer Woman of Hip Hop to learn DJing from The Legendary Pioneer DJ Whiz Kid. Queen DJ Jazzy DJed, recorded and performed with “Sweet Trio.”

Queen DJ Jazzy Joyce is a Legendary Pioneer.

Zulu Queen MC Lisa Lee, the Queen of MCs and The Only MC Queen (est. 1973) and MC Sha-Rock, the 1st Female MC of Hip Hop and the Official Mother of Hip Hop (est. 1976) were the first women MC's in the Hip Hop Movement that I heard, read about or saw perform. Prior to actually seeing their performances which was in the time period of 1977-1978, I had been rhyming with men, mostly DJ's, as the MCing genre as a separate entity was still evolving. Many of the MCs in SouthSide Jamaica Queens were DJs first, such as DJ Woody Wood, DJ Divine of Cipher of Sounds and Infinity Machine and me.

Upon arriving at 1460 Bronx River Avenue in the Bronx River Houses (Bronx River Projects) in the summer of 1976 with my homegirl Spicy Shirl est. 1976 professionally known as Shirley Richardson, who was a new resident and is now an officer and executive in my personal management team, I learned of the Zulu Nation (now referred to as The Universal Zulu Nation). Zulu Queen MC Lisa Lee who is a founding member of the Zulu Nation was a household name in Bronx River Houses by that time. The more I learned of the Zulu Nation's goals and program, I became interested and ecstatic about this new positive movement in the Black community.

I began studying two turntable DJing in 1973 with Robert Davis professionally known as The Genie aka DJ Rob of Bad A** Disco (BAD), rhyming in 1976 with Robena Monroe p/k/a MC Spunky Dee est. 1976 of The 169th Street Crew Girls, and MCing and DJ battling at Baisley Park Houses (Baisley Projects) with my homeboys DJ Mike D p/k/a Michael Strong of the M&M Crew and DJ C.C. p/k/a Kevin L. Mapp and DJ Mr. Nice p/k/a Wayland Gilliam of Fantasy Disco against the Can't Be Stopped (CBS) DJs as MC Juiccy "E" in 1977." I am proud to proclaim that we never lost a battle in either DJing or MCing. We battled and performed together from 1977 until 1981 at houses parties, school yards, Merrick Marsden Neighborhood Association block parties, backyard cookouts, community centers and New York City Parks.

My most favorite park to MC at was P.S. 140 Queens as many of the members of my crews, The 169th Street Crew and The 169th Street Crew Girls had attended this school with me during the early and mid 1970's. I also loved MCing at block parties, community fairs, The New Park and Roy Wilkins Park.

The influence of Zulu Queen MC Lisa Lee, the Queen of MCs and The Only MC Queen est. 1973 and MC Sha-Rock, the 1st Female MC of Hip Hop and the Official Mother of Hip Hop est. 1976 on me is difficult to understand unless you choose to listen to the dreams of a former child prodigy now a mature Pioneer Woman of Hip Hop from the 1970s, mother, godmother, sister, aunt, friend, mentor, Writer, Volunteer Community Organizer, Businesswoman, Entrepreneur, DJ and MC.

The Legendary Pioneer MC Eva Marie King, BA, MS est. 1973 is the Editor-in-Chief of the "Pioneer Women of Hip Hop from the 1970s” special edition issue.

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Zip Code
11436
Gender
Female
Relationship Status
It's Complicated
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Black/African
Physical Type
More To Love
Height
5'-6"-5'-8"
What do you do
Rap
Favorite 50 Cent song
Ghetto Quaran
Website
http://www.twitter.com/EvaMarieKingMS

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Statement to Queens Hip Hop Pioneers on Hip Hop history from Queen MC Eva Marie

Posted on September 27, 2017 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Statement to Queens Hip Hop Pioneers on Hip Hop history from Queen MC Eva Marie



I, Queen MC Eva Marie King BA, MS, est. 1977 am proud to state that as of today, Wednesday, September 27, 2017 my research on the “True History of SouthSide Jamaica Queens Hip Hop” which began in 2010 with Mr. Sweety G aka Dr. Glenn Toby, DJ Monkey D aka Gary Hawkins of “DJ Ratski and DJ Monkey D” and “DJ Ank Spank and Anky’s Crew” from 40 Projects (South Jamaica Houses), DJ Divine (Knowledge) aka…

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Breaking News: Shirt Queen Eva Marie “FlyGirlInternational” King request DJ Eclipse to "rock" Mighty Nike Shirt King design

Posted on August 7, 2017 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

DJ Eclipse displaying Shirt King with Mighty Nike 1/21/17

Breaking News: Shirt Queen Eva Marie “FlyGirlInternational” King submits request via social media for Eric “Eclipse” Winn aka DJ Eclipse of the Rock Steady Crew and Sirius XM Satellite Radio - "Rap Is Outta Control" http://www.RapIsOuttaControl.com to "rock" customized authentic "Shirt…

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Press Release: “Queens Hip Hop Honors 2017 with A Salute to Legendary Pioneer Women of Hip Hop” announced by Hip Hop’s First Lady Historian, Queen MC Eva Marie, est. 1973

Posted on July 31, 2017 at 12:30am 0 Comments

Queens Hip Hop Honors 2017 http://www.thisis50.com/profiles/blogs/press-release-queens-hip-hop-honors-2017-with-a-salute-to?xg_source=activity @IAMSparkyD @UncleRush @SparkyDBK @GlobalGrind @AP @UPI @Reuters @DJKidQuick @DJKidQuick



Press Release: “Queens Hip Hop Honors 2017 with A Salute to Legendary Pioneer Women of Hip Hop” announced by Hip Hop’s…

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News Alert: The Sequence are to Hip Hop, as The Supremes are to the Motown sound

Posted on July 30, 2017 at 4:08pm 0 Comments

News Alert: The Sequence are to Hip Hop, as The Supremes are to the Motown sound. We honor and respect our Hip Hop Legends and Pioneers in SouthSide Jamaica, Queens, New York City USA.

"All Hail the Original Queens of Hip Hop," Angie B (Angie Stone), Cheryl The Pearl (Cheryl Cook) and Blondy (Gwendolyn Chisolm). Your little sister is rocking with you 4LIFE. We love and support you because you are Black, but more importantly because you are ours and you belong to us.

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