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Hailing from the East New York section of Brooklyn meet Boe-Cabulary.One Half of the underground veteran duo BOE and Villa. The artist/song writer became addicted to hip-hop as a teen. With such influences as Kool G Rap, Rakim, EPMD and many of the pioneers who paved the way for them. The duo released an album in Japan titled "1019 Ex-Prez" receiving good reviews in Japan's "Front magazine". The duo then released an EP which featured there street single "Life Is Too Short"With Puzz Pachino under Alleyway ent. (the video is a NY underground classic). Boe-Cabulary also appeared on Erick Sermons Album "Erick Onasis" track titled “Van Gundy” and Funk Master Flex album "Flip Squad Allstars" track titled "Seriously” with Canibus. The duo received good reviews in the feb.99 issue of the source saying they were a force to be reckoned with. Since then they put out numerous street albums and recorded a number of songs with artist and producers such as Midi Mafia, Deemi, Marc G (Levert), Nef-U (cali), Mario Winnans, Jack Knight, D.R Period, Monifa,Papoose, Akeneli, Sean Wallace, Spinderella and Wyclef to name a few. Building a catalogue of hits both, as a duo and solo artists.
Now Boe is back with his solo self titled album Boe-Cabulary coming this fall hosted by new yorks own Suge white.Determined to bring his lyrical skills to the mainstream audience worldwide.get ready there''s a different breed of mc on the way,and his name is Boe-cabulary..It's not just radio its radio revolution.
What Do You Know About Hip Hop Battles?
Tonight, Sunday October 25, at 9 pm est we will be discussing debating some of the best Hip Hop Battles and even some Rap Beef that became a part of MC battle History. We will cover everything from LL Cool J and Canibus to Loaded Lux and Calicoe.
We will dissect Jay Z and the sneak diss and Fifty Cent and the extra disrespectful diss.
Join Jeremy Carter, Jesse Bachelor Parris, and Alex Primo as they get into the world of Battle Rap and MC Beef that became words on wax.
No matter how you feel about MC Battles, it is a permanent part of Hip Hop Culture and will be around for a long time to come. The only difference is real Battles were about Freestyle Raps delivering crushing blows. As opposed to present day Battles that come by way of words being read off of an Iphone. Let talk brothers and sisters. Do we bring back the skills or do we keep celebrating the knock offs. Let's chop it up!
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MELANATED MUSIC AND CULTURE: BRINGING BACK REAL HIP HOP
a song titled "Channel Zero" to be lyrically changed. Canibus spoke about a very unknown conspiracy on the song. He spoke about a mission to be executed by the government named The Lucifer Project, a project that was said to be the mission to explode and terminate planet Jupiter. Canibus also includes lyrics in the song (that can be found on YouTube) about alien conspiracies and a conspiracy-classified group called the Illuminati. The song was changed and re-titled "The Grand Deception" and still includes many conspiracies about nearly the same topics.
Because Wyclef produced the grand majority of the tracks, Williams blamed him for the general dissatisfaction with Can-I-Bus and cut ties with him, going as far as to diss Wyclef, most notably on the title track of his second album ("You mad at the last album? I apologize for it / Yo, I can't call it, Wyclef spoiled it!"). Said album, 2000 B.C., was also released to mixed feelings and reviews – the latter once more focusing on the lack of topical variety and uninspired production – also suffering from very little promotion by Universal Records.
2000 B.C. featured the first collaboration between Canibus and Kurupt, Ras Kass and Killah Priest, a rap supergroup collectively known as The HRSMN (referring to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse), on the track "Horsementality". Though following 2000 B.C.'s release it had been announced that the group would be releasing an album, these plans never materialized, with only an EP of outtakes from 2001 entitled The Horsemen Project released by Killah Priest's management in 2003. Since 2000, however, the members of the group have worked together on various songs and rumors of a full-length HRSMN album are rampant to this day and include speculation about collaborations with Pharoahe Monch, Common and Rakim, among others.
It is the essence of hip hop. Since it's inception, hip hop lived on claims of those who claimed to be the best. It's lonely at the top. There's always been a struggle to get to the top. Once there, an MC has to lyrically defend his/her thrown. Battles for supremacy began. On this week's episode, we will discuss some of hip hop's greatest battles, great diss records, their relevance in hip hop history, and some hip hop battles that NEVER happened.
Joining us on this week's show will be the hip hop historian and frequent show contributor, eclectik. Join us as we drop science on some of the best hip hop battles.
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BDSIR Network & KicFM presents another hour of the raw, uncut, unedited hip hop show that heads crave for on the radio!
If this is not what you want, change station... but very ill advised!
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1. KRAZY DRAYZ - Hol'Dat (RePPiN4U show Intro)
2. FIRST DIVISION - This Iz Da Time
3. STATIK SELEKTAH F/ SEAN PRICE/BUN B/STYLES P - Top Tier
4. LAURYN HILL - I've Got Life (Preview)
5. CAPONE 'N' NOREAGA F/ TRAGEDY KHADAFI - Even If
6. ILLA J - Universe
7. U-GOD - Drunk Dance
8. CYLENT ASSASSIN - Wu-Tang Cream Team Line Up (Remix)
9. GHOSTFACE KILLAH F/ VINCE STAPLES - Get The Money
10. SLUM VILLAGE F/ IVY - Windows
11. MOBB DEEP - What's Goin' On
12. JADAKISS - Shame On Ya (Freestyle)
13. FRANK NITT - Classic
14. SKYZOO F/ JADAKISS - See A Key (Ki)
15. RECKONIZE REAL & MAYHEM F/ RAPPER BIG POOH - Blame Game
16. CANIBUS X BRONZE NAZARETH - Couldn't Get Around It
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1 Hour of pure, uncut, unedited Hip Hop, if this is not what you want change station, if not, you're here with us!
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1. KRAZY DRAYZ - Hol'Dat (Intro)
2. SHEEK LOUCH - Gorilla Front (Freestyle)
3. RAPPER BIG POOH - Stop!
4. CZARFACE - The Great (Czar Guitar)
5. MOBB DEEP - What's Going On
6. STATIK SELEKTAH F/ ACTION BRONSON & JOEY BAD@$$ - Beautiful Life
7. GHOSTFACE KILLAH F/ RAEKWON - Let The Record Spin
8. METHOD MAN F/ HANZ ON - Serious
9. iNTeLL - Awakening
10. CYLENT ASSASSUN F/ HAVOC & RAEKWON - King Of Kings
11. SLUM VILLAGE F/ J IVY - Windows
12. BLACK MILK - Story And Her
13. L'ORANGE & KOOL KEITH - The Traveler
14. SKYZOO F/ TORAE - Hands Folded Together
15. CANIBUS X BRONZE NAZARETH - Couldn't Get Around It
16. KRAZY DRAYZ, GENERAL STEELE & LORD JAMAR - We Need Order
Keith Murray - One Of hip-hop's most beautifullest vocabulist. With many hit albums, Keith Murray continues to deliver pure rhyme ingenuity. Armed with an extensive and eccentric vocabulary, sandpapery vocal chords and an edgy attitude, Murray exploded on the hip-hop scene with his Gold-certified debut disc The Most Beautifullest Thing in This World. Catapulted by the LP's dual smashes--the lead single title cut and its follow-up "Get Lifted"--Keith rapidly established himself as one of hip-hop's most distinctive voices under the sure-handed tutelage and guidance of fellow Def Squad lyrical sharpshooter, Redman, and producer extraordinaire, Erick Sermon. Keith assuredly brings his battle-ready word-warrior ways to new echelons of creativity, wielding both his trademark complex and straightforward rhymes that exhibit originality, humor and maturity.
Canibus-2007 Canibus released the album "For Whom The Beat Tolls", which included the historical single "Poet Laureate Infinity". Although the song was a 53 Minute track with Canibus rhyming an unbelievable 1,000 Bars over a switched up beat, only 2 short versions appeared on the album due to time restraints. The album was one of Canibus' best and the reason the single is so historic. It's also a 1,000 bar song and is because the mixers on Canibus-Central.com remixed the song a mind blowing 1,450 times - a world record for a remixed song. In 2008 Bis released an internet EP entitled "C Of Traquality". The song Caption Cold Crush being featured on popular websites like hiphopdx.com and hiphopgame.com. In 2009 Canibus has alot of music being released such as the Canibus and Keith Murray collab album called "The UnderGods", the Canibus, Born Sun and K-Solo collab album "The SharpShooters" and his 10,000 bar (Yes, 10,000 bars) project called "RTJ:Infinity".
NO this won't be a show about WEED or songs about WEED and all that. But just like some of that fire smoke you might be burning today The Playlist has the MUSIC to MATCH! We have INDIE DOPENESS by Frank Hustle, Throwed Boy Rambo, Rise Rashid, Rych, Carolina Blacc, Handles, Dre Skuffs, Dulamite and more!
Melatonin Magik is the ninth studio album by rapper Canibus. It's his first album since his 2007 effort For Whom the Beat Tolls, and his debut on the new label War Lab Records. The album features artists such as DZK, Warbux, Blaq Poet, K-Solo, and a few more others. On the track "Air Strike (Pop Killer)", both Canibus and DZK diss Eminem and D12, and the track samples an interview from 2002 that Eminem had with Tim Westwood. The track also contained sampled D12 verses, which was the reason why they were credited as featured guests on the track.
1. "Melatonin Magik Intro" [Produced by Rob Fatal & The Architect]
2. "Melatonin Magik" [Produced by Blastah Beatz]
3. "Kriminal Kindness" [Produced by Blastah Beatz]
4. "Hip-Hop Black Ops" [Produced by X]
5. "The Danger of Judah" [Produced by Sicknature]
6. "Post Traumatic Warlab Stress" (ft. DZK & Warbux) [Produced by Sicknature]
7. "Air Strike (Pop Killer)" (ft. D-12 & DZK) [Produced by Engineer]
8. "Fraternity of the Impoverished" [Produced by Sicknature]
9. "Dead By Design" [Produced by Engineer]
10. "Only Slaves D.R.E.A.M." [Produced by Engineer]
11. "Ripperland" (ft. The Goddess Psalm One) [Produced by The Legendary Charlie G]
12. "Stomp On Ya Brain" (ft. Journalist) [Produced by X]
13. "Beat Butcher Get Em'" (ft. Jaecyn Bayne, Son One & Chopp Devize) [Produced by Beat Butcha]
14. "Do It Live" (ft. Blaq Poet, Skarlet Rose & Presto) [Produced by Nickel Plated]
15. "Sharpshootaz Blazin' Caps" (ft. K-Solo, Born Son, Willie Dynamite & Maintain) [Produced by X]
16. "Gold & Bronze Magik" (ft. Bronze Nazareth & Copywrite) [Produced by Khrome]