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Tonite (9:30pm til 11:30pm Eastern) (6:30pm til 8:30pm Pst) will be speaking live with Straight Outta Compton Actor Marcc Rose who plays 2pac shakur he will be speaking on his experience working on the film that was released this past summer and the forthcoming 2pac shakur bio pic he is currently working on with Dir. John Singleton who has directed films such as Boyz N da Hood ,BabyBoy,Higher Learning,Shaft,Poetic Justice tune in tonite www.blogtalkradio.com/theuntouchable1stfamradio and on demand www.1stfamradio.com call in to speak with Actor marcc Rose (917)889-8297 follow us on IG @1stfamradio Twitter @its1stfamradio
SMOKE SUMTHIN RADIO GIVES A TRIBUTE TO "THE GREATESTS THAT EVER DID IT" TUPAC SHAKUR. TONIGHT SINCE 2PAC WAS SO INFLUENTIAL TO THE UNDERGROUND, ITS ONLY RIGHT TO PAY HOMAGE. TO GET YOUR REQUEST ON CALL IN, AND IF YOU GOT A MEMORABLE 2PAC MOMENT
"Smoke Sumthin Radio" is the underground voice of The South. Being based between Florida and Georgia we have provided a place where Underground Artist, Producers, Entertainers, Entrepenures, Bloggers, and Future Bosses, come together to network, discuss, and promote. "Smoke Sumthin Radio" is not your average internet radio show, we cover topics affecting our current industry and economy while engaging with our callers, and allowing all of their input. Meanwhile, enjoying different playlist of today, yesterdays, and new tunes. We do value all of our participants, listeners, and callers and continue to thank everyone for their support. Smoke Sumthin Radio Where Everyone Gets to Lite Up Something
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#MyRealTalkRadio.com Celebrates the life of 2PAC with: Treach, Coolio, Big Wy, Lil Zane, Ky Will, Smoov, Fans and more!
Tupac Amaru Shakur (June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996), also known by his stage names 2Pac and briefly as Makaveli, was an American rapper and actor. Shakur has sold over 75 million records worldwide, making him one of The Best Selling Artist Of All Time!
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Stop The Hoe-tep: Misogyny Against Women in Black Culture)
Historical Black Music (Soul Music: Pre - Millinuem)
Suvival Of the Illest: Epic Rap Battles (Vote on the Greatest Rap Beefs of All Time)
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The Open Minds Radio Show invites Alex Strong, Cleo the Hippie Trap Goddess, Jurni Rayne, Era and more local writers to share som e of their old rhymes. Are they better now or the same? Listen in to our first of many Book Of Rhymes, Vol. 1 wit Queen Ex and RasQueen LIVE from Turnt Up Entertainment Studio!! Tweet us live during this two hour special!!! @openmindsradio #OMRRaps #TheOMRShow #BookOfRhymesVol1
Greetings Family, Join us tonight from 8:00pm to 10:00pm EST at Sirius Mindz Radio with your host Professor Griff as he dives deeper into the topic Deaths in Hip Hop The Known and Unknown-Part 2 RAP'S R.I.P on BlogTalkRadio at www.blogtalkradio.com/siriusmindz.The call in no# is 347.633.9644. Contact info: Professor Griff SiriusMindzinfo@gmail.com 678.557.2919.Hip-hop has lost many greats talents over the years. Be it from excess, accident or other tragic means, musicians of all stripes and genres seem to leave us in their prime. The Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac and Big Pun were all ascendant hip-hop figures when they died. To salute rap's fallen soldiers,In our rememberance of Maurice White of EWF (Earth Wind and Fire) and Natalie Cole. This show is deadicated to Mr "R". Chuck D's Father.
TUES 2/2/16 10PM-12AM EST EASY MO BEE GETS INTERVIEWED ON BLACKOUT RADIO...EASY MO BEE WAS 2PAC/BIGGIE'S GO TO PRODUCER & EVEN HAD EEXPERIENCES WITH THEM OUTSIDE OF THE STUDIO.
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Topic: We will be continuing our look at Hip Hop from its early days of infancy.till the present day...Has Hip Hop elevated to a degree where it is enlightening and elevating the consciousness of the youth...has it brought us out of the state of ignorance and empowerment? Have the artist today continued the positive and creative direction in which Hip Hop first inspired???What messages are being sent to our youths? We are no longer in control of the music or the message so who is? Let's open up our awareness to the negatives and positives that Hip Hop and those who control it have created...Welcome