We at Ambrosia For Heads (AFH) are proud to announce, AFH TV, the first real Hip-Hop TV network. Our thoughts about what “TV” is are out of the box, literally. TV networks are no longer numbers you tune to on a cable box. They are apps that you access, where you want and when you want. Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go and ESPN+ are examples of the new networks, and AFH TV is planting the flag for Hip-Hop lifestyle. The service is now available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Google TV, Amazon Fire and the web, for all subscribers.
In addition to our own content, including many of the earliest interviews of Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T., Rapsody, Joey Bada$$ and more, as well as recent conversations with DJ Premier, Erick Sermon, Killer Mike and others, we have forged content partnerships with some of the pioneers in Hip-Hop video. Ralph McDaniels has opened up his treasure chest of Video Music Box footage, featuring early clips of Eminem, LL Cool J, DMX, JAY-Z, Aaliyah and many more. DJ Eclipse has shared jewels from his Fat Beats collection, with freestyles from Talib Kweli, Common, Organized Konfusion, Run The Jewels and the old Kanye. And, Phat Phillie, with his rare Croatian archives, has provided some of the only freestyle footage of Big L, as well as performances by Redman and Method Man, Das EFX and others.
As always with Ambrosia For Heads, however, we celebrate Hip-Hop from the past and present. So, AFH TV also features the latest content from partners like DJ EFN, with his Coming Home documentary series, Soren Baker with his exclusive interviews with Scarface, MC Eiht, Chi Ali and many more, and Justin Hunte with his vaunted TBD talk show series. Recently, we've also started adding music videos.
But, this is just the beginning. In the coming weeks and months, you’re going to find classic movies, TV shows, documentaries and music videos. We also will be ramping up our original content with talk shows, TV series and more interviews. If you’re familiar with our Ambrosia For Heads website and social media platforms, you know that we stand for the highest quality in Hip-Hop, old and new. That same standard will apply for AFH TV, but we need your help.
We are asking all Heads–all true fans of Hip-Hop–to help make AFH TV great by subscribing. Subscriptions are $1.99/month or the heavily discounted fee of $12/year. Free 30-day trials are available.
Please sign up for AFH TV today, and help spread the word. Thank you.