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Dawa Neter aka Dawah Yisrael of the Yah iz real hour will join Blackistand Radio to discuss his views on the homosexual agenda against Black people. Take cover, shots may be fired at some of these homos pretending to be Black Revolutionaries.
Hear some of his music, and get hip to some of the projects he has on his plate.
Join the conversation, show your support & Build with Dawa & Jay Dizzle, this Saturday.
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Join us for a night of breaking down the power of music. What is its felevancy in today's society? What effect does it have on the brain as well as the subconscious. Listen to one of the best new artist on the Fresstyle Battle scene "B Dot The God" give us his thoughts on music, culture and its effect on the Black community as a whole.
August is a new artist from Dallas, Texas. August grew up in a very musical home with his father being a full time traveling Christian musician. He fell in love with hip hop at a very young age, and saw the influence that it has on this entire generation. August wants to create music that calls the listener to question the world around them, and motivate them to better their own communities.
With no lead to follow but his own, KiD, born Samuel Malachai Coleman, is a hip -hop legend in the making. The young King in Demand is no stranger to the harsh realities of this cold cruel world. The death of both his parents sparked a rough childhood as he was shuffled in and out of foster homes. Racking up a record of 27 foster homes, 13 group homes, and 4 shelters, left him with a strong desire to succeed and fuels the intensity of his music. The Chicago native is no stranger to pain and it has created a drive in him that is unmatched. While his goal is to create a unique voice in the rap game, his desire to be heard and his rebellion against the norm, can be categorized as pure artistry and genius. A fan of music outside of the hip hop genre, KiD fell into rapping by accident and is known as a freestyle artist. With the realities of his troubled past, music quickly became more than an outlet, it became a way for him to climb his way to the throne. KiD creates a way with words that paints a picture and allows the listener to see the world through his eyes. His influence comes from his everyday life experiences both past and present and plays an integral part in his creativity and song writing. An avid songwriter, KiD has worked with various artist & producers including Rob Jones, Eric Bellinger, Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, MiDi Mafia, Lil Durk, Jazze Pha and DJ Scream. Along with a passion for song writing, he has become quite the artist himself, opening up for multiple recording artist including Lil’ Wayne, Young Jeezy, T.I, Jim Jones, Rick Ross and Drake. KiD distinguishes himself as an abstract caliber artist by being the “kid” who came from nothing to something, coining his “Look at Me Now” swag. He thrives off success and proving wrong everyone that ever doubted him.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Rad-Remm, (Hip Hop / Rap) to the Show!
SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/byron-rad-remm/tracks YouTube: http://tinyurl.com/RadHabits Teacher, student, emcee, fanatic, producer, singer, actor & writer. When Native Houstonian Rad sets his mind to anything, he delivers. As brash as he is talented the Houston native grew up in a musical household. Soul, funk, Jazz & rock & roll were a heavy influence early on as he also honed his piano & vocal showcase. Quick witted lyrics mixed with a relentless work ethic & an impeccable musical ear makes for a sound comparable to none. A seasoned performer & no stranger to the big lights, the Remedy is definitely your new favorite artist. You just don't know it yet.
Interview with Battle Rap League Owner ARP for Rare Breed Entertainment & Battle Rap legend Swave Sevah. 6PM Saturday 2/17/16. LIVE SHOW 6PM! We will be discussing the state of battle rap. The music industry. What is the hardest thing about being in battle rap? Who is the top 5 rappers of all time? Do they feel the industry doesnt give battle rap the respect it deserves? T rex legacy? Loaded Lux Or Aye Verb? TUNE IN 6PM EASTERN 2/17.
L.A. Edge Web Radio continues with its popular, monthly episodic podcast, "Sounds of the Streets", with Washington, D.C. local area rapper/hip hop artist, Nizz.
Join host, Christopher Edge, as he interviews this talented lyricist and vocalist, and shares a couple of the Nizztown tracks with the listeners.
**This episode is rated PG-13 for some adult language and content.**
Visit L.A. Edge Web Radio at its website (www.laedgewebradio.com), and on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Stitcher for more content and information!!
hose that believe in God often attribute two characteristics to Him…1) He works in mysterious ways and 2) He has perfect timing. Such could be said about the timing of the birth of Hip Hop and the birth of one of its formidable M.C’s, Botney “Bar Lingo” Collins. Both birthed during tumultuous times, and one birthed into turmoil, in perfect timing the two would soon cross paths.
Botney “Bar Lingo” Collins was born in the small, blue collar town of Muskegon Heights, MI to single mother Daphne Annette Collins and local musician Kenneth Bankhead. The 2nd oldest of three children, and the only male child, Bar Lingo, a.k.a B.L. was thrust into the role of an adult navigating the responsibilities of being a son, a brother, and ultimately a provider with little to no guidance or direction…except that which was provided from the streets. B.L. found a way to use his hard upbringing that was riddled with poverty, violence, and substance abuse, by utilizing powerful metaphors to combat everyday obstacles that reality so harshly and vehemently dealt. A product of the streets, B.L. had no choice but to find his own way…to walk his own path. He used music as an outlet. After all, music is in Bar Lingo’s blood from hanging out in the garages where rehearsals of his father’s band in the early ‘80s would take place, to just listening, dancing, and singing along to Michael Jackson songs. “I was born with music embedded in my DNA. I can’t recall a time when music wasn’t a part of my life.
When Bar Lingo found himself in the confines of the Michigan Penal System, Hip Hop became his saving grace…his place of solace. Hip Hop saved him from reverting back to a life of crime and falling victim to the streets. Now, this hard hitting M.C has emerged to return the favor, and save Hip Hop.
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