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On This week of the debut show of RealTalk with Ramon Harris Jr, Ramon, along with special guests will discuss Hip-Hop and state, or the position that it is in. Is the rapper 2chainz the future of Hip-Hop? Tune in and please call in, Real Talk!
Tonight we do a special NowThatsHipHop mix with Jeezy and JCole (yall Im crazy about Jeezy and JCole). When I put these 3 songs (Fame, NewYork NewYork & Daddy's Little Girl) in the mix it became real apparent to me that todays hiphop has 3 different lanes. 1 is just straight commercial hiphop (Future, 2Chainz, ect) and then there's the Emergence of HipPop ( Miley Cyrus, Iggy Azalea ect). But then there's that strain of HipHop I call HipBop, that's hip hop that has almost a jazzy technical side (like a great jazz drummer). On tonights show we deal with these 3 cuts that show us the real side of what I call HipBop. Call in at (347) 826-7743. #GetAtMe
SourceNation!! Tune in as Host K.LaShea speaks with Lauren Horst a parent that started this amazing petition against Clear Channel to discontinue plaing music that promotes violence, drug and sexual content. Don't miss this show. She's live at 6pm
Open Letter to Clear Channel concerning the content of the music played on WGCI and the upcoming Big Jam Concert!!
Concerned Citizens Against Violence, Clear The Airwaves Project and Substance Over Nonsense along with other community groups are asking Clear Channel to PLEASE discontinue broadcasting music that is disrespectful to your listeners. The mere fact is that there is rash of violence, broken families, drug used and sexual exploitation going in the society. While Black People are disproportionately affected, they are not the only group that is been affected by these dysfunction symptoms. There are other races that are listening to this music that are trying to cope with the negative behaviors often imitated from the music. In just about every song in the urban/hiphop market that Clear Channel owns and operates the topics are either about violence, sex drugs or disrespecting women. The violence is about Black on Black violence I never hear lyrics about someone committed a violent act on a white person it is almost always N***er(a) nor is White on White violence a theme on your stations. It will not be tolerated, because it is disrespectful. It does not matter what race is the focus on the lyrics, it is still disrespectful and unnacceptable. Why are positive artist, such as Lupe Fiasco not getting airplay on your urban stations? We only hear the negative artist. Because these negative groups are the vast majority of the artist played on your stations our youth are don’t have much of a choice but to listen to 2chainz, Meek Millz and etc.
On this episode, Spike Lou and Animal Brown continue the rap bracket discussion, breaking down the Midwest and South regions. They also speak on how Gucci made 1.3 mil last year and what possibly could have led to Benzino being shot at his mothers funeral.
AG, ToooFlyy & Navi hosting Dymonds Radio
Why Dymonds dont wanna work for anybody else
Social Media's influence on Hip Hop
Rappers who "went" to college
Rappers and their endorcement deals
Will you be getting cheated on for the rest of your life
Recently releasing his remix to the track "Slums Of The Ghetto" with American Rapper's 2 Chainz and Total Kaos, Cutty Ranks has been bringing us hits since the early 90's making his mark as one of the most notable dancehall sensations worldwide. His constant ability to grow with the times and keep the crowds dancing and swinging has enabled him to work with big name artists such as Cocoa Tea, Marcia Griffiths, Beres Hammond, Buju Bantan, Beenie Man, King Jammy, Bigga Rankin, and now the Rapper's 2 Chainz just to name a few and release many successful albums. His music is perfect for the URBAN format and it continues to echo through clubs around the world. In reggae Cutty is already a household name. Outside of his home of Jamaica West Indies, he performs for thousands of people each year at festivals and sometimes as a headliner. Songs such as "Tempted To Touch", "Waiting In Vain", "The Bomber,", "The Stopper", and his just released remix to the song "Ghetto Slums" have become classics and have sold over 100,000 UNITS internationally. As witnessed right here on KieneWorks Radio, when Cutty Ranks is around, rest assured, you will be getting nothing but THE HITS.
Ira Parker “The Super Engineer”
From a very young age Ira Parker, better known as "The Super Engineer" or "Maximus Music" was musically inclined from a bloodline of 5 generations. Born April 3rd, 1979 in Jacksonville North Carolina,
Ira ear for creating music production was astonishing with mind blowing detail. Being consistently inspired by his uncle who owned a Jazz restaurant in Charlotte NC, Ira was attracted to Jazz, Classical, Rhythm & Blues, Hip-Hop, Country and Pop music. After dropping out of A&T University in 1999, Ira's brother Leon founded Maximus Music Records Studio in Greensboro NC. Because of Ira's rare ears for production and engineering, Leon knew right away that he would turn over ownership of the company to his little brother. Maximus Music Studios grew quickly from a small office space area to a full blown commercial recording studio where he ended up working with Warner Bros. Music Group in 2003.The Maximus Music sound for music production and engineering became a hotspot for N.C.
Ira has engineered or mixed (artist song features) such as TV's Dr. Steve Perry for Save My Son Episodes, Naughty by Nature's Treach, DJ Esudd (2Chainz Dj), Travis Porter, Marcus Cooper (Formerly known as Pleasure P), Jinx Da Juvy, Waka Flocka Flame, Slim of 112, Rocko, Young Scooter, Kilo (help produced The Miseducation of Lauren Hill), CTE's Blood Raw, Dip Set's Hell Rell, Grand Hustle's Keith Mcmasters, Ricco Barrino, Former Warner Bros. Music Group's Management Bruce Johnson, L.I.V.E. (Warner Bros. Music Group), Shareefa, Prima J and more.. Join us this Sunday as we showcase the "Outstanding" career of Ira Parker.
HOST : GENAS ENTERTAINMENT (MOTT SEAN)
FRIDAY NIGHT JAMS
LIVE INTERVIEW WITH "MR PERFECT" DIRTY BIRD CARTELS
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