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ABOUT

About The Hip Hop Agenda ...

About The Hip Hop Agenda ...

by King Vashti

A month ago


ABOUT

About The Hip Hop Agenda ...

by King Vashti

A month ago


About The Hip Hop Agenda ...

About The Hip Hop Agenda

Educating and inspiring our generation to engage deeply with hip hop culture and it’s history, which gives life and broadens our experience. — The Hip Hop Agenda celebrates essential anniversaries such as birthdays, album releases, and other moments in history synonymous with hip hop culture.

About The Yearly Creative Planner...

The Hip Hop Agenda is a full year content planner specifically designed for creatives and entrepreneurs who have a passion for Hip Hop culture. The latest planner is completely dated and runs from January 2021 to December 2021. Key features include blank editorial and content calendars, a yearly and quarterly breakdown, and pages for end of month reflections. There’s also space reserved for notes, ideas, sketching, or whatever needs to be expressed.

What sets this planner apart from others is the inclusion of notable dates in Hip Hop history. In a “this day in history” style, this section of the planner lists essential dates such as birthdays of prominent rap artists, album releases, and other moments in history synonymous with Hip Hop culture. A perfect planner for the organized Hip Hop-head.

The idea came when creator, King Vashti, couldn’t find a planner that fit her design needs and reflect her personal style.

Forever a Hip Hop student, she has always been interested in its history and enjoyed soaking up knowledge from podcasts like The Combat Jack Show. She created her custom planner that worked well for her design style and brainstorming and included notable Hip Hop history dates. After using the planner and testing its functionalities, she decided to release the planner to the public in 2019, and the rest was history.