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Interview with hip-hop star Fabolous, 3-time platinum artist. Growing up in the Brooklyn area of New York City, he was among the first east coast rappers influenced by Southern hip hop sounds and first became popular through his hit single "Can't Deny It" in 2001, from his debut album Ghetto Fabolous. Fabolous has released four albums, which have collectively sold over three million copies in the United States.
It won’t happen. What won’t happen? Just know it will never happen. Never again will the Hip-Hop community be treated to a lyrical story telling genius that’s interested more in entertaining, extremely creative, and super informative facts instead of aimlessly promoting negative and often false images that continue to be the killer of the most beloved genre of music for Generation Next, Hip-Hop. Sadly, it just will never happen again. Dungeon Masta is here, and to the displeasure of mediocre MCs worldwide, true lyrical skills are back to being a must, not an option. Born in New York City’s largest and deadliest borough, Brooklyn, served as the rearing site for a future MC who would later adopt the performance moniker of Dungeon Masta. Poised to bring the real back to rap music and I mean the realest, hardest, most in your face and thought-provoking lyrics to bless Hip-Hop since the legendary Wu-Tang Clan is the labor of love inherited by Dungeon Masta. A proud disciple of original Wu-Tang Clan General, the late great Ol’ Dirty Bastard is who majorly helped mold Dungeon Masta into the one of a kind rhyming wordsmith he is today.
As one of the family members of ODB’s famed Brooklyn Zu, regiment Dungeon Masta has exchanged lyrical blows with many of the biggest names in Hip-Hop to include but not limited to O.D.B., Public Enemy, Rakim, Special Ed, Professor X (X Clan), Peedi Crack, Popa Wu, Buddha Monk and Kid Capri. Following in the long tradition of immensely popular as well as highly successful Brooklyn rappers such as Big Daddy Kane, The Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, and Fabolous comes the “Big Apple’s” best hope of reclaiming Hip-Hop’s #1 spot since 50 Cent. A veteran on the tour circuit and media sensation complements of countless videos on the internet has made the originator of “Gothic”, a new edgy style of music that’s taking New York City by storm.
GUESTS: * REAL DEAL & FRESCO TOPICS: * Props in Battle Rap * CHARRON, K-Shine & The Slap * Fabolous: The Plug ( some people ain't happy about the autotune ) * Kobe Retires * Verb/Surf ( Surf says fuck the bloggers/reviewers ) Unbias ) * Uno Lavoz/Cortez * Midgets, you Smashin? * Trash battlers you changed your mind about (unbias)
You put water into a cup, it become the cup, you put water into Hip Hop it BECOMES HIP HOP! The RePPiN4U Hip Hop Show My Friend! We Celebrate Bruce Lee's 75th Birthday!
Black Friday, knowing it's origins... WE DON'T DO THAT OVER HERE! We celebrate a cultural icon who changed the world of martial arts!
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1. DJ MISS C BROWN - RePPiN4U Intro
2. ENTER THE DRAGON THEME - Opening
3. KRS-ONE - Drugs Won
4. TNT (Timbo King N Tek of Smif N Wessun) - Mic Checka
5. FREDDIE GIBBS & BLACK THOUGHT - Extradite
6. BUSTA RHYMES F/ FABOLOUS/JADAKISS/STYLES P - Respect My Conglomerate 2
BRUCE LEE QUOTE (The Big Boss)
7. OL' DIRTY BASTARD - Obey Me
8. REDMAN - Bars
BRUCE LEE QUOTE (Enter The Dragon)
9. KEITH MURRAY - Get Lifted
10. SHADFATHER - XXL Freestyle
11. RAPPER BIG POOH & NOTTZ - Fries
12. JADAKISS F/ NAS/STYLES P - Rain
13. TORAE - Get Down
14. BRUSE WANE F/ SEAN PRICE/CHRIS RIVERS - Venom
15. PRHYME F/ DOOM & PHONTE - Highs & Lows
BRUCE LEE QUOTE (Interview about race)
16. MOSS F/ JOELL ORTIZ - Kids
17. LA THE DARKMAN - Let's Talk Life
18. MASTA KILLA - Masta Killa (Bruce Lee: Be Water)
BDSIR NETWORK presents a special edition of the Uncut Unedited Hip Hop Show. With a special interview with the man call AWKWORD! He talks protest rap, Chuck D's affiliaition and his personal friendship with Sean Price.
1. DJ MISS C BROWN - RePPiN4U Intro
2. KRAZY DRAZY - Hol' Dat - Opening
3. PUFF DADDY F/ JADAKISS/STYLES P/PUSHA T/TISH - Everyday (Amor)
4. BUSTA RHYMES F/ FABOLOUS/JADAKISS/STYLES P - Respect My Conglomerate 2
5. REDMAN - Bars
6. A.F.R.O. - Code 829
7. SNOOP DOGG - Crip Or Die
8. RAPPER BIG POOH & NOTTZ - Peach
9. AWKWORD - Interview Part 1
10. AWKWORD - Amerikkka
11. AWKWORD - Interview Part 2
12. AWKWORD F/ SEAN PRICE/DAYTONA/SHAKESPEARE - Bars & Hooks
13. AWKWORD - Interview Part 3
14. AWKWORD - Love Is Better
15. TORAE - Get Down
16. SHEEK LOUCH & GHOSTFACE KILLAH - I Luv It
17. TNT (Timbo King & Tek of Smif N Wessun) - Mic Checka
18. LIL BIBBY F/ COMMON - Speak To Em
19. KRS-ONE - Drugs Won (Outro)
Welcome back to the intersection of Artistry & Culture #TheCorner! Altidude returns back to his roots on the N'tuned Show, and brings with him his first guest of the new season the lovely and talented miss Mar Mar Monroe. Hailing from Dayton Ohio Mar Monroe is the new age artist with disciplines in both r&b and hip hop! Listen as we discuss her musical influences, her upcoming projects, and much more!
Hey Wus yall this week I will be chopping it up with VH1's Master of the Mix and fellow Fleet DJ @DJExel. Within the past five years, eXeL has played in various clubs worldwide and has landed opening sets for comedians Deray Davis and Gary Owen, R&B greats Jon B, Genuwine and Dru Hill, and Freeway. She’s also spun parties for Trey Songz and Fabolous, and is the official DJ to Jazz of Dru Hill (aka JR The Artist).
Things started moving at an accelerated pace when eXeL came out on top of Baltimore station 92Q’s battle for their “Diva of the Mix” competition in 2011, which landed her a guest DJ spot on the station. In the same year she was awarded the Best Mixtape DJ of the Year and nominated for Best Club DJ of the Year at the Central PA Hip Hop Awards both of which had her as the lone female nominee. Since then, she’s backed up her “#1 International Party Rocker” moniker as she has completed over a dozen mixtapes and two international tours, spinning in clubs from Hong Kong to Miami’s Karu & Y. In 2012, DJ eXeL was a featured DJ at the Global Independence Day Celebration at the world renowned Beverly Hilton Hotel. She’s not limited to music events either; her mixes of hip-hop, R&B, Reggae, Club music and Top 40 hits have afforded her gigs at places like Madewell, Macy’s, Sneakervilla and Sephora.
Best of all, she was recently named one of the top 20 DJ’s in the U.S. by VH1’s critically acclaimed reality series, Master of the Mix and is a contestant in the show’s third season. This is just the beginning of DJ eXeL’s evolution and stay tuned “Because She’s A Big Deal!”, as her slogan appropriately states.
1. DJ MISS C BROWN - Intro
2. OPENING - BY Grant Body-P
3. R.KELLY & JAY-Z - Best Of Both Worlds
4. ASHANTI F/ NOTORIOUS B.I.G, - Unfoolish
5. TYGA F/ CHRIS BROWN - F**k For The Road
6. BOBBY VALENTINO - Tell Me
7. AARON HALL F/ REDMAN - Curiosity (Remix)
8. TOTAL F/ MA$E - Tell Me What You Want
9. GUY - Her
10. SWV F/ REDMAN - Lose My Cool
11. BLACKSTREET F/ SWV/CRAIG MACK - Tonight's The Night
12. KEITH SWEAT F/ KUT KLOSE - Get Up On It
13. MYA - On One
14. AB - A Quarter After Morning
15. MUSIC SOULCHILD - Make You Happy
16. MONTELL JORDAN - I Like
17. RAHEEM DEVAUGHN - Guess Who Loves You More
18. MARY J. BLIGE F/ METHOD MAN - Love At First Sight
19. SYBIL - Don't Make Me Over
20. THE BRAXTONS - So Many Ways
21. AALIYAH - We Need A Resolution
22. CHANGING FACES - I Got Somebody Else
23. JOE - Stutter
24. KREPT & KONAN F/ JEREMIH, BEENIE MAN & POPCAAN - Freak Of The Week (Remix)
25. 112 - Peaches & Cream
26. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE F/ T.I. - My Love
27. ERIC ROBERSON - Borrow You
28. LL COOL J - Around The Way Girl
29. DYNASTY - Tell Me (Do You Want My Love)
30. RICK JAMES & THE TEMPTATIONS - Standing On The Top
31. JODECI - What About Us (Rare Mr Dalvin Remix)
32. MARVIN GAYE - Life Is A Game Of Give And Take
33. DA BRAT F/ TYRESE - Whatcha Like
34. B2K F/ FABOLOUS - Badaboom
35. MONICA F/ NAUGHTY BY NATURE - Ain't Nobody
36. GINA THOMPSON F/ RAEKWON, MIKE NITTY & CRAIG MACK - The Things You Do (Remix)
37. MARY J. BLIGE F/ LIL KIM - I Can Love You Better
38. NOTORIOUS B.I.G. One More Chance
39. HEATHER VICTORIA - Nobody
40. DONELL JONES - You Should Know
Hey y'all, its ya girl Love, coming through on this fabolous Thursday. Tonight, it is all about Crunk Music. Yes, we are getting crunk tonight. Y'all know I have a killer lineup, such as Young MC, Pastor Troy, Drama, Bone Crusher, 8Ball & MJG, Three 6 Mafia, DMX, Ludacris, an the starter of crunk music himself, Lil Jon. Oh yea, we not turning up today, WE GETTING CRUNK!! Crunk music comes in various ways, like with Montell Jordan an Boys II Men. So RnB can have a little crunk in it. I would love to hear you call in an enjoy the vibes. Call me at 347-857-4391 an press 1 to speak or you can continue to listen live by clicking the link.
Hailing from the Dirty South, Atlanta native Trendsetta, Up & Coming Hip Hop Artist, is no stranger to the Hip Hop world and culture. Coming from the Southside of Atlanta, Trendsetta began his music career mid-way through High School. Only 20, and a Sophomore at Morehouse College, pursuing a Degree In Business Administration, Trendsetta is seeking to make an influence i n the Hip Hop Society and Culture. Trendsetta has gained a tremendous amount of notoriety in his city and also on campus with his cover to J.Cole's "Fire Squad", titled "P.$.A", which is played weekly on Atlanta's popular 102.5 Radio Station. Furthermore, his Street Single "All That" has started a buzz and has gained some attention. Trendsetta gets inspiration from notable artists in Hip-Hop such as, Fabolous, J.Cole, Cassidy, & Jay Z. With his charisma and poetic enthusiasm, Trendsetta aims to revive the true meaning and essence of Hip Hop by his way of swagger, independence, and hustle. Trendsetta believes the struggle you face in life to accomplish a goal, is all the energy and motivation you need.
Poetic Genious and Bestselling Author Jamesa Gordon a/k/a G.P.A Greatest Poet Alive returns to The Whos Who In African American Literature Blog Talk Radio Show with a few of his friends. James Gordon is from the South Side of Chicago, where he currently resides. This is his first book, but he has written under the pen name of G.P.A.(Greatest Poet Alive).He can be seen on the television shows Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Crisis, Mind Games, and Betrayal. His titles as G.P.A. include The Confessional Heart of a Man, The Book of 24 Orgasms, The Mind of a Poetic Unsub, and the history making Revenge of the Orgasm
First there is Kottyn Campbell a poet who loves talking about LOVE and RELATIONSHIPS. She is single mother of four beautiful children whom I love very much, my family, and friends. The problem is most of them are't capable of loving me, mostly because they don't know how. She writes to teach others about what the true meaning of loving someone means. Now we all have our own way of loving, but that doesn't mean we don't know how it just means we should open up to different avenues of love. She says that she is a Poet, please don't confuse me with someone who does Spoken Word I'm not putting down Spoken Word but that's just not what I do. I have been writing for over ten years I self-published my first book in April 2010 , my books include "The Love Letter", "He's Beautiful to me" and "Strong in my Woman" which can be found on Amazon.com I perform in different places and different cities so that I can make my writings come to life in order for my readers to get a feel of what's been written.
Also scheduled to appear on the show are Poets Fabolous Fe & Gentlmens Soul.
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