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The Death of Hip Hop- Can She be Revived? Featuring Special Guest : DA SMART

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I long the days when Hip Hop was more than just about a tight beat and mumblings of nonsense just to make a buck. I remember Hip Hop being stories of where you were raised, how you grew up and how you got over...now it seems as though Hip Hop is just a shadow of what she used to be...replaced by auto tune, and repetative spinning beats, with no depth. However, there are some artists out there trying to keep Hip Hop alive by being more concious just like Public Enemy, Rakim, Poor Righteous Teachers, and our special guest , DA Smart who is and has been a long-respected HIp Hop artist Himself for years. 

Please stay and listen to this podcast with an open mind...and share it with those who are interested in finding out what happened to Hip Hop. 

Added bonuses will be the addition of a track written and produced by Johny Saso (one of our co-hosts)

And *Possibly* a rap battle between two other members of the SQUAD, "B" and "Tim Drake"


...lets see where THIS goes.  LOL


Peace and love, 

Storm


 

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