• 00:31

    GetAtMe HotNewHits ft WizKhalifa, Rihanna & KidInk

    in Hip Hop Music

    Tonight we spotlight the new Wiz Khalifa "SeeYouAgain" from the Furious7 soundtrack (great song).  Next we spotlight Rihanna's "BitchBetterHaveMyMoney" (this is a great go to war song #LSMH) and we also take a listen to the New Kid Ink "BeReal" (this one's a smash).  Join Redd and Talib tonight as we handicap hiphop's next big hits as Dj's and fans.  (347) 826-7743, call in and join the discussion.  Also tonight we discuss how to remember that the music business is about serving the demands of the consumers, not just "lets mess up money in the artists name".  Come join us and


    #GetAtMe

  • 02:04

    The Ole Skool Show w Dj Scarface

    in Hip Hop Music

    The Ole Skool Show w Dj Scarface


    every thursday at 6pm est


    playin classic Hip Hop, R&B and Reggae


    feat Public Enemy, Nas, Jay Z, NWA, DR Dre,Snoop Dogg, Talib Kweli, Ice Cube, Ice T, Eminem, Eazy E


    The Notorious BIG, Big Daddy Kane, Whoodini, Wu Tang Clan and more

  • 02:05

    Securing our Islamic life within the Masjid w/Rasul Nasir & TalibDin Abdullah

    in Lifestyle

    Listen to WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday March 29h on Station IWDM WORDS MAKE PEOPLE blog talk radio as speak about MASJID SECURITY: Securing our Islamic community life. From 1-3 p.m. (EST) 


    You also can listen via your telephone at (714) 816-4673, press 1 to talk to the host.



    Our Special Guest include Brother Rasul Nasir of Brooklyn, NY. He is the CEO at Rinn Enterprises, LLC (https://plus.google.com/app/basic/104259920977193261829). Also joining us is Brother Talib-Din Abdullah of Indianapolis, the owner of Genesis Security (http://genesissecurity.biz).
    As Muslims we are not to depend on others to be our WALI (protectors of our interest and needs). WORDS MAKE PEOPLE plans to discuss important areas of our community life we need to be mindful of. Without playing the "blame - game" we are inviting you -- our listeners to join us in this vital conversation.


    You also can listen via your telephone at (714) 816-4673, press 1 to talk to the host.

  • 01:59

    Zaiyah's House presents the hugely gifted and multitalented Royce Hall

    in Entertainment

    http://www.roycehallmusic.com


    Described as "Soul Music's MC", Royce Hall (Chinyelu Alimayu) is much more than your typical Hip-Hop lyricist and Neo-Soul vocalist. This actor, arranger, composer, songwriter (Yo! Royce Be Easy Music Publishing, ASCAP), and alum of Florida A & M University, is also a multi-instrumentalist, who happens to be well versed in over 5 instruments, including but not limited to clarinet, alto sax, piano and drums. He has been internationally chosen and featured 3 times by Hip-Hop Sisters(an organization under the leadership of and founded by pioneer MC Lyte), selected as a Style Icon and runway model for 24 Hours of Fashion with Cotton, Inc., E! and MTV, currently stars on Atlanta based webseries "Refracted Reflections", can be seen on season two of Tyler Perry's "Have's and the Have Not's" and "Love Thy Neighbor" as well as The CW's "The Originals", the stage play "Beyond Betrayal" playing the lead role of 'Nathan', holds an MC battle wins record of 44-2, shared the same stage with greats such as Lauryn Hill to Talib Kweli, is the owner of AMANDLA! Apparel of Power & Purpose and currently recording material for his sophomore release, "The Groove Theory", features neo fusion jazz and neo soul, which is the follow-up to his freshman release, "ENC 1101: THE YEAR BOOK".


    Join Zaiyah and Uptown for a great evening of music and conversation with the phenominal Royce Hall.

  • 01:01

    Bodega Fresh Radio: Hasan Salaam Speaks on Sex & Hip Hop

    in Music

    With his album Life in Black and White out and currently on The People's Champion tour headlined by Talib Kweli and Immortal Technique, Emcce/Activist Hasan Salaam drops back in on Bodega Fresh Radio to speak on the other side of his grind as King Noire and how his adult erotica company is empowering couples and women to explore their sensuality.  Tune in Sunday 7PM with host Nadine Michel

  • 02:00

    INTERVIEW WITH AQIB TALIB

    in Sports

    The NFL Draft Bible panel of experts are back at it again as they count you down to the NFL Draft with the latest pro day updates, free agent impact and analysis and special guest appearances by Kansas teammates Aqib Talib and Anthony Collins.

  • 02:03

    HIP HOP IS NOT DEAD!!!!!!!

    in Hip Hop Music

    INSANE SHANE JIMMY DEEP DISH & TREV play tracks from 90s and today 2 hours of banging tracks limited talk plus hip hop news Trev goes in first

  • 02:03

    The Even Flow Show

    in Hip Hop Music

    DJ Premier special featuring a remix of a 2Pac song plus Biggie and G.U.R.U.

  • 01:02

    I AM INDI GUEST G.R.A.C.E. (Grace the Martyr) Hosted by Lamont P.

    in Music

    About G.R.A.C.E.


    Hip Hop’s newest conscience goes by the moniker Grace the Martyr. Grace meaning (Giving Rap A Conscious Effort). Grace was born in Tallahassee, Florida. He was raised in Merritt Island, Boston Ga., and spent his early adulthood in Los Angeles until he relocated to Atlanta which he now calls home.  As an early teen Grace began writing poetry venting and sharing his creativity through his pen. By the time Grace was a teenager he had written over one hundred poems. He was drawn to music, especially hip hop and related to artists such as Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Common, Nas, Jay-z, Big Daddy Kane, Father MC, and Talib Kweli. Closest to his heart was 2Pac for his passionate approach and Andre 3000 for his creative yet clever wordplay.


    Lamont aka Kdiddy, interviews the Superstars of Indie Music to discuss upcoming projects, play their music and talk the "business" of Entertainment.If you got it come share it,If you don't come get it, the Entertainment Biz that Is!! Call in Number 347-3088747

  • 00:12

    Around the MFL Episode 1.1

    in Video Games

    1. NY Giants Suspension, Thoughts?


    2. Biggets Move: V. Davis to BUF, D.R-C to DET, A. Verner to WAS?


    3. Which team will have the #1 Overall Pick?


    4. Who is the Super Bowl Favorite?


     


    Guests: Thatdue, Kaskeels, Talib, TwistedPoison

  • 00:31

    Live interview w/ L-Smooth

    in Music

    In the world of Hip Hop, most artists are recognized as having a very distinguished image that identifies with their street life, but not for L-Smooth.  He doesn’t fit the usual profile of an artist in the Hip Hop nation.  His smooth style of production approaches the new millennium in an effort to bring substance, originality, and underlying energy to the city streets. L-Smooth is able to share his daily life experiences and be the voice of his peers through sharp lyrical storytelling, such as with his forthcoming new single, Pillow Cases.  “This spicy new title has a signature smooth Golden Era sound with an intense message,” stated L-Smooth’s Manager, Rodney Dawson of Street City Enterprises, LLC.


    Lamar Mensah was born and raised in a lower class area of Midwest City, Oklahoma by his single mother whom worked two jobs to take care of him and his sister.  At a very early age, he spent most of his time free-styling with his friends.  At 13, L-Smooth admired many Hip Hop artists in the Golden Era from the West Coast, East Coast, and Down South, such as Fabulous, Redman, Scarface, Outkast, Big Boi, and Talib Kweli.   L-Smooth was surrounded by drugs and violence, but he chose not to get involved. He had the choice to go left or right.  He chose to go right, but had he went left, he probably wouldn’t be here right now.  He grew up doing what was right derived from his step-father molding and shaping him into the man he is today.  Unknown to him of what his future was holding, at 22 L-Smooth was blessed with a son for whom he continues to walk the straight and narrow road to provide him a better life.

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