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Angelo Gingerelli

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Angelo Gingerelli has been contributing to The Pop Break since 2015 and writing about pop culture since 2009. A Jersey shore native, Gingerelli is a writer, stand-up comic, hip-hop head, sneaker enthusiast, comic book fan, husband, father and supporter of the local arts scene. He likes debating the best rappers of all time, hates discussing why things were better in the “Good Ol’ Days” and loves beating The Pop Break staff at fantasy football. You can catch up with Angelo on Twitter/IG at @Mr5thRound, at his website www.FifthRoundMovement.com or interviewing rising stars in NJ’s Hip-Hop scene on “The A&R Podcast” (iTunes/SoundCloud).

Six Must-Listen Hip Hop Releases Coming This Holiday Season

Hip-Hop and the holidays have been linked together since Kurtis Blow was “Christmas Rappin’” and Run-DMC told you about “Christmas in Hollis.” Carrying on...

Justina Valentine on Wild’n Out, Fetty Wap & Jersey Roots

Over the last few years, Justina Valentine has made massive strides in the entertainment game.  From freestyling online to clowning around with Nick Cannon...
Wu Tang Saga Continues

Review: Wu-Tang Clan – The Saga Continues

Since taking the music industry by storm in the early '90s with their strength-in-numbers approach to the game Wu-Tang Clan have cemented themselves...

Review: Tone Chop & Frost Gamble – Respect Is Earned Not Given

Upstate New York veterans Tone Chop (MC) and Frost Gamble (Producer) linked up for last year’s Veteran (Check out The Pop Break Review here)...

The Throwback: 15 Pop Culture Moments That Turn 15 This Year

Pop Break's King of the Throwbacks, Angelo Gingerelli, looks back at 15 pop culture moments that turn 15 this year 2002 will be remembered for...

Jase Harley on New Jersey, Hip-Hop, Fashion, & American Heathen

Jase Harley has been making music since he was a teenager and has recently become a true multi-media artist using fashion, photography, writing, vlogs,...

Review: Action Bronson, ‘Blue Chips 7000’

It’s been an interesting two years for Action Bronson since he released his debut solo album Mr. Wonderful in 2015. While he’s released very little...

Review: EverythingOShauN – ‘AlmostEverythingOShauN’

In Hip-Hop decades are often associated with the geographic-specific sounds that are thought to have dominated the time period. The 80’s had New York...

1997: 20 of the Best Pop Culture Moments from 20 Years Ago

1997: 20 of the Best Pop Culture Moments from 20 Years Ago 1997. It’s hard to believe that twenty years have passed since the late...

Album Review: Jay-Z, ‘4:44’

Jay-Z’s 4:44 is equal parts confessional, self-help seminar and marketing ploy/product and even with those distinctions is still absolutely worth a listen. The album in...