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This show, Donna & Ro has the pleasure of talking with a few of the performers, including Val from TOS, BreadDigga & Busta Brown, himself, at the Raising Hope event, hosted by Busta Brown in Greensboro, NC this weekend(June 21,2014)....TUNE IN!
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Tonight I will be having guests Shawn Cotton, Young Street, Chox-mak, and DJ YRS Jerzy on Rhymes & Beats. Shawn will discuss his movement Saycheese TV and the work he has done with artists nationwide. Young Street will tell his story of breaking into the craft of rap, and his experience as a Dallas music provider. The talented Chox-mak and DJ YRS Jerzy will reveal how they became a power duo, and how they feel about the game of hip hop today. I’ll be playing underground music from Gibsz Bizze, ChrisWithaDot,and Jarvis Hodges, and some music from your favorite spotlight artists. Don’t cut it off until after you check out the throwback joint of the day at the closing of the show!
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Dallas, TX radio host Katie Alyce, introduces you to a NEW Phresh N Phamous Radio show where the rhymes & beats meet! Focusing on independent music, Katie's confidence and voice will introduce many upcoming MC's to the biggest exposure opportunity of their lives. And of course, with great exposure comes awesome entertainment. Tune in!
Today we will be choppin it up about Ray Rice being suspended by the NFL for 2 games. The NFL best rilvary in 2014.Who's the most controversial rapper of all times? Drake says me and J.Cole are the "Only 2 Kings in Rap". Jags receiver Justin Blackmon was arrested for possession of marijuana on Wednesday. If Kobe and Lebron played Pippen and Jordan who would win? Brett Favre: The Bears can advance to the Super Bowl with Jay Cutler. Busta Rhymes on leaving Cash Money: For me, with this particular project and all of the sacrifice that went into it – recording the album for five years. I ain’t put out an album since ’09, so I’ve been working on this album for a long time. I lose Chris Lighty making this album. I lose my father making this album. The s**t I was putting into this album, I’m not compromising my vision for it. So if I feel like, in the slightest way, we ain’t facilitating everything necessary for the vision to be seen through and executed in the way that I’ve been envisioning this s**t for the last five years, let me live and die in my own inequity. That’s really all it came down to.
A fresh perspective with Shelbs and Jan as they discuss the biggest & best rivalries of all time!
Pepsi v. Coke, Seahawks v. Niners, East Coast v. West Coast rap, WSU v. UW, Apple v. Microsoft and much, much more!
Plus featured music from an up and coming PNW artist and everyone's favorite game: Kill, Screw, Marry!
Most of us have heard 90s rapper, KRS-One, talk about how far hip-hop has plummeted down the music totem poll. We have heard similar sermons from other older rappers as well. But as far as new main-stream hip-hop artists are concerned, the buck mainly stops at T.I. There simply aren’t many others. However, in a recent interview with The Daily Beast, platinum recording artist, Cee-lo shared his thoughts.
Here’s what he said:
We don’t judge, but we acknowledge that acting and performing music are very kindred spirits. You write something down, go into a recording booth, and reenact the emotion onstage. At one point in time, there was a code of conduct: creed and credential. And I’ve said this before on Twitter, but hip-hop was once an Ivy League institution, and now it’s become a community college—you don’t need any qualifications to come on in. And, quite frankly, it can be a little embellished-upon. There’s a low entry level, and it’s become monotonous and congested. All you need to do is be able to rhyme “cat” and “hat,” and you can become an MC. But executives have a lot to do with the larger agenda to emasculate and colonize.In a recent interview with MTV’s RapFix Live, hardened hip hop hotshot Busta Rhymes spoke about the current illuminati obsession in hip hop and how he thinks it is now spiralling out of control. Explaining how he has “always been intrigued by the possible realities of secret societies, hierarchy governments and people that really pull the strings” (which is why he named his albums things like The Coming, When Disaster Strikes & Anarchy etc).
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