• 00:34

    The Hip Hip Kitchen Presents: Trending In Hop Hop!

    in Entertainment

    The hip hop culture is a big comglomerate that has monopolized and taken over everything from food, fashion, education and more!
    When we think of hip hop we instantly think of music, but it's much more than that.
    On this edition of the hip hop kitchen, we will be talking about music, tv, fashion and what it takes to make it in such a huge frying pan of everything.
    Tune in as we talk what's trending in hip hop. Stay tuned and keep it locked.

  • 00:16

    Hip Hop Kitchen spotlights Whodini

    in Culture

    Hip Hop Historian Sean XLG spotlights the rap group Whodini and their significance in hip hop.

  • 01:42

    Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen + Do Hip Hop's Elders Get Respect & More

    in Music

    Two amazing topics tonight, interspersed with our usual rundowns of New York hip hop music and culture. 


    One, well two, of our favorite guests will be joining us for the third straight year, as Lah Tere and Kathleen Adams call in to discuss this year's "Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen," a wonderful annual event that takes place at Hostos Community College in the Bronx. The one-day long event features a stunning lineup of women, performers, guest speakers, entrepreneurs and activists, all convening to shed light on important women's issues, as well as general issues, but from a female perspective.


    Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen is an extremely family friendly, all-ages event, and is one of the best opportuinities to witness the positive power of the hip hop community, particularly when it comes to women and girls. We are proud to be official media sponsors of this event, and urge all who can, to attend.


    We'll also discuss the whether or not "old school" hip hop is getting the proper "respect," around the country and in business. This issue was sparked by a Daily Beast article, proclaiming that Hip Hop's OGs were not getting their respect, from hip hop radio and media in particular.


    Show host and journalist Manny Faces took excception to the portrayal, even thuogh the author had some valid points. Read Manny's rebuttal, and join us live to discuss the issue.

  • 01:29

    Hip Hop Headz Radio

    in Hip Hop Music

    The place for REAL Hip Hop, Soul/R&B, Spoken Word and social issues effecting the the Hip Hop Community

  • 00:36

    The Hip Hop Roundtable Ep.1

    in Culture

    Doobz,E$co and Eric disuss the latest in hip hop news!!

  • Hip Hop or Hip Pop?

    in Music

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  • 02:00

    Hip Hop Where Is The Message Today?

    in Music

    Live Tonight from 8pm -10pm Est

    Tonight's Topic: Hip Hop Where Is The Message Today?

    Hip Hop I love you I hope you will always be here. However, lately I have noticed you have lost your texture from the original foundation by which you were built upon. What has happened to us addressing the social issues that has plagued our communities? What have happened to the encouragement of better living from good times to good times?...etc...

    Tune in tonight and share your thoughts!
    UPLOAD your Mp3 at www.hiphopnational.com
    To listen in call: 213.559.2995
    Show Date: 2/16/2015

  • 01:30

    Hip Hop Headz Radio

    in Hip Hop Music

    The place for REAL Hip Hop, Soul/R&B, Spoken Word and social issues effecting the the Hip Hop Community. I also will be featuring artist and people on the show that want to get there stuff out to the masses. So with that said, If you have music, poetry, topics, buisness commercials that you want broacasted, hit me up @3hzradio@gmail.com?.fecting the the Hip Hop Community.

  • 01:34

    Hip Hop Headz Radio

    in Hip Hop Music

    The place for REAL Hip Hop, Soul/R&B, Spoken Word and social issues effecting the the Hip Hop Community. I also will be featuring artist and people on the show that want to get there stuff out to the masses. So with that said, If you have music, poetry, topics, buisness commercials that you want broacasted, hit me up @3hzradio@gmail.com?.fecting the the Hip Hop Community.

  • 01:20

    Guests: Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen + AWKWORD + Hip Hop Activism + New Music Biz

    in Music

    Our guest this week will be Awkword, whose latest release, "World View" took 5 years to complete, is 100% dedicated to charity, has top notch features and speaks on a variety of substantial topics. Awkword will join us to discuss this project, and the current state of hip hop activism.


    Also: We'll talk to the organizers of the yearly Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen: Volume 7 - Celebrating Sisterhood, a fantastic event happening Saturday, March 1 in the Bronx.


    Also: 50 Cent made news by exiting his major label situation at Interscope. Music execs like Lyor Cohen and Kevin Liles are starting new media music ventures. These are examples of the drastic changes in the music business, but we wonder, can new industry be created by old industry heads? This discussion will interest artists and fans, and we'll welcome your thoughts, live, so call in!


    Lastly, a slew of releases by a variety of NY-area artists this week really showcase the diversity of the city's hip hop musical landscape. We'll be discussing some of them.


    The NY Hip Hop Report is a weekly talk show, featuring discussion regarding relevant New York hip hop topics, interviews with artists and other industry professionals and invites live caller participation. The program, started in 2012 by Birthplace Magazine founder Manny Faces, has included interviews with iconic figures such as Big Daddy Kane and Video Music Box’s Ralph McDaniels, as well as special shows, including an April, 2013 broadcast live from the 10th annual L’Original Festival, a yearly international hip hop festival in Lyon, France.

  • 01:15

    Hip Hop Headz Radio

    in Hip Hop Music

    The place for REAL Hip Hop, Soul/R&B, Spoken Word and social issues effecting the the Hip Hop Community

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