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JOIN US AS WE GO BACK TO 2008 WITH THE LEGENDARY B'KLYN MC SLAYA: PAPOOSE! - BUILD & DESTROY! - EXPLICIT LYRICS
DROP DA BOMB LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS PLAYIN THE HOTTEST OF THE FINEST IN HIP HOP,R&B,INDIE ARTIST,HIP HOP NEWS ,OPEN CHAT &PHONE CALLS @347-637-1962 TONIGHT HME RADIO WILL BE REVIEWING NEW MIXTAPES BY PAPOOSE AND LLOYD BANKS
BDSIR NETWORK & KicFM presents RePPiN4U: Represent The Real Hip Hop Radio Show. Hosted by MZATheInfamous Daywalker, Wolverhampton's Last Outlaw, Grant Body-P! Bringing you 1 hour of the latest, uncut, unedited Hip Hop!
HIP HOP LIVES ON THE RADIO
PUMPKINHEAD, DUSTY RHODES, CHRISTOPHER LEE - LIVE ON LIVE LONG
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1. Krazy Drayz - Hol'Dat - Intro
2. DJ Premier - Intro
3. Fame (M.O.P.) - Can I Live (Freestyle)
4. Czarface F/ MF DOOM - Ka-Pow!
5. Mobb Deep - Survival Of The Fittest Part 2
6. Large Professor F/ G-Wiz - In The Scrolls
7. Method Man - 88 Coupes
8. Cyrus The Great F/ Skyzoo - Great Expectations
9. Shadfather - WWC Freestyle
10. Capone N Noreaga - Live On Live Long (Intermission)
11. Rapper Big Pooh - Stop!
12. Chris Rivers - You Ain't Recognized (Freestyle)
13. Sheek Louch - Gorilla Front (Freestyle)
14. Jadakiss - Incarcarated Scarfaces (Freestyle)
15. Papoose & Remy Ma - Broken Slanguage (Freestyle)
16. Slum Village F/ De La Soul - Right Back
17. Statik Selektah F/ Action Bronson / Joey Bad@$$ - Beautiful Life
18. Ghostface Killah F/ Raekwon - Let The Record Spin
19. dEnAuN - God Laughs
20. Black Milk - RePPiN4U - Outro
Tune Into 49th Mobb Radio as King Of NY Papoose will be live on the show. Join Vinny has he speaks to Papoose about everthing from his long awaited album "The Nacirema Dream" to playing some new music From Papoose. Call up if you want to ask Papoose questions. Dont forget where the realest show is 49th Mobb Radio.
Join hosts The Bad Seed and Nadine Michel as they welcome Papoose to the show. Pap drops by to discuss what the whole world has been talking about, him taking over the stage performing at NYC's Summer Jam XX, without Hot 97 even knowing he was going to do so. The King of Philly , Gillie da Kid drops by as well.
On November 11, 2010 I released a novel ("The Leading Lady of Rap"), that would go on to become an Amazon Kindle #1 best-seller, twice. It has also connected me with several celebrities and big wigs in the entertainment industry that didn't have knowledge that I have 3 ancestors that were famous actresses, the most famous being Esther Rolle ('Florida Evans' from the 1970s show, "Good Times"). It's been 4 years since the novel has been released, and the controversy behind the unsung hero-ish novel continues. What many people don't know is that my 17-chapter novel, "The Leading Lady of Rap," began as a screenplay in 2005 bearing the same title. Remy Ma is the only female rapper that originally motivated this movement, and in this dedication episode I'll explain my "The Leading Lady of Rap" struggles these past 10 years...The good, the bad...and the UGLY.
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"THE BROOKLYN INVASION" WITH NEW YORK'S GREATEST LYRICISTS: PAPOOSE, MAINO AND UNCLE MURDA. WE ALL KNOW MAINO FROM HIS HIT SINGLE "HI HATERS" AND PAPOOSE FOR "THE ALPHABETICAL SLAUGHTER" WHEN HE GAVE US THE BIGGEST LYRICAL BEATDOWN TO HIT THE STREETS. WHILE EVERYTHING IS PUT ASIDE ON THE TABLE, THE BIGGEST STREET INSPIRATION FOR UPCOMING RAPPERS, UNCLE MURDA WILL ALSO BE JOINING US! TUNE IN THIS FRIDAY ON NORTHSIDE RADIO!!
49TH MOBB RADIO IS BACK TONIGHT AND WE BRING OUT THE BIG DOGS THIS YEAR!!! THIS WEEK WE GOT THE LYRICAL ONE PAPOOSE COMING THROUGH. PAPOOSE IS HEATING UP THE STREETS ONCE AGAIN WITH A LOT OF MATERIAL!!! WE GONNA SPEAK WITH PAP ABOUT EVERYTHING FROM HIS CAREER ALL THE WAY DOWN TO HIP HOP TOPICS, THE STATUS OF HIS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED DEBUT ALBUM, HIP HOP BEEFS, CONNECTIONS WITH 50 CENT & DJ KAY SLAY AND MUCH MUCH MORE!!! AND ALL THE FANS IF YOU WANNA CALL UP AND ASK QUESTIONS DO SO 347-215-6453 IS THE NUMBER!!! STAY TUNED THIS SUNDAY TO SEE HISTORY BE MADE!!!
Hip hop music was both influenced by DISCO and a backlash against it. According to, the early days of hip hop were characterized by divisions between fans and detractors of disco music. Hip hop had largely emerged as "a direct response to the watered down, Europeanised, disco music that permeated the airwaves" and the earliest hip hop was mainly based on hard funk loops. However, by 1979, disco instrumental loops/tracks had become the basis of much hip hop music. This genre got the name of "disco rap". Ironically, hip hop music was also a proponent in the eventual decline in disco popularity.
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