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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 @email@example.com?.fecting the the Hip Hop Community.
Teaching beyond Christianity 101, a deep Revelation on the The Kingdom of God. The present Kingdom for the present age. 2014 and Beyond. The Futrue age of the Father God in heaven came to invade the present age with the Son to destroy satan kingdom on earth. Tune live every Tues night at 11:00 pm EST for the Kingdom of God radio.
Also every Sat night on my web site www.propheticwatchmanvine.com you can listen live to a radio program called Revelation Radio at 9:00 pm EST
Also go to my YOU TUBE on my web site and listen to the VOICE RADIO.
Also along with another radio program that I do is called Midnight Ride-1 & 2 Radio with Matthew Stephen & Stephen Bening. at 11:00 pm EST Thursday nights
Hate what God hates Proverbs 6:16-21 These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: 17 A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, 18 An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, 19 A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren. 20 My son, keep thy father's commandment, and forsake not the law of thy mother: 21 Bind them continually upon thine heart, and tie them about thy neck.
Heb 11:1 (KJV) Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen
Hebrews 11:6King James Version (KJV)6 But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.
Matthew 14:29-31 He said, “Come.” So Peter got out of the boat and walked on the water and came to Jesus. But when he saw the wind, he was afraid, and beginning to sink he cried out, “Lord, save me.” Jesus immediately reached out his hand and took hold of him, saying to him, “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?”
The Coach's Corner 8pm-10pm PST Monday, Wednesday, Thursday.
It's the home of Indie Hip Hop, Brand New Music, Live Interviews, Hip Hop News and More!
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we r going to ask things not judge people or peoples faith so call in ask qestions we are not qestioning god or jesus its just people want to know dares nothing wrong with it so i hope you enjoy it . lord all our success is because of what you have done so give us peace Isaiah 26:12 lord we love you an hope you enjoy this show amen for if he is with us who can be against us amen
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About The Hip-Hop Stop: Smart Mark Radio airs the show that's taking the Hip-Hop World by storm, the SMR Hip-Hop Stop, Wednesdays on BTR! For the past year, Underground Hip-Hop Legend, "Lyrical Miracle" R-I-C & Co-Host, Rizkee Biz interview rap stars on the rise.
The Hip-Hop Stop's guest list is a who's who in Underground Hip-Hop, headlined by appearances from Cryptic Wisdom, Wildcard QM, Thaddaeus Royale, Choppa Clique, Die Lyf, Steelo, Twisted Insane, Tony Sin, & more, plus the ladies doing their thing, DJ Rhiannon, Tenny-T, Venom Stay Drippin', Reverie and the list goes on. We also put a huge emphasis on today’s top independent talent from all over the world.
The Hip-Hop Stop also features appearances by members from Soundshroom.com, Rubber City Entertainment, Fame Gang Entertainment, Redcon-1 & more.
Participants are encouraged to present their spiritual questions, queries and struggles, whereby the host will attempt with the aid of scripture and the Holy Spirit's inspiration to provide adequate instruction, correction, inspiration and encouragement. Comments and exhortation may also be solicited from the other participants within the bounds of relevance and congeniality. The overall objective will be to create a liberated atmosphere where people feel free and comfortable to share their concerns and get their longtime, internalized questions at the least addressed and ideally answered. This format is being employed to stir discussion and participation amongst God’s people and counter the current spectator, one-way monologue program that is being practiced in most contemporary church worship services today. The goal being to allow the Holy Spirit the freedom, time and interaction to bring knowledge, wisdom, healing and support to the members of Christ’s body, for one another and by one another. As well as, inviting outside seekers of truth into a non-intimidating, non-traditionally religious setting of dialogue, where they can pose their questions without fear of judgment and openness and acceptance in a spirit of love and mutual engagement. Join us as we pierce through the darkness & cut our way through the murky waters of what Christianity has become today, so as to find the freedom that Christ intended us to have, in the same way he taught & shared when he walked & lived life among the people. What was the Act's Church & were we meant depart from it into what Church has become today. And if we have, how did we get there? Join us as we unravel these questions & tackle many more which has made Christianity into what it is today.
Welcome to Holy Hip Hop Sundays on Top Star Hip Hop Radio. We bring positive and encouraging music from indepenedent artists from around the globe. We share stories and scripture based on the topics we touch on. So come get your praise on with Double D and Deja Vu your hosts. If you would like your music played and have an interview please send your tracks to firstname.lastname@example.org
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As we have progressed through more than four decades since the decline of the civil rights movement, we have experienced a complete shift in paradigms as far as the consciousness of our youth toward our struggle. During the late sixties and seventies, our youth stood up in rebellion against a system that was non-conducive to their quest for elevation and empowerment. With songs from artist such as Marvin Gay (Mother Mother) and James Brown (Say it Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud). Music played a vital role in reinforcing a positive black image and a sense of pride within our youth.
During the 80s and the early 90s, hip hop rose to the occasion, with rappers and groups that flooded the air waves with positive messages. Groups, such as The Last Poets, Public Enemy, Brand Nubian, Sister Souljah, The Roots, and the list goes on, promoted a positive self-image and a political awareness that brought enlightenment and a sense of empowerment to the black youth. The positive image that flowed not only gave us something from a culture that was all our own, it taught us history that we were not getting through traditional education and main stream media.
Hip hop has been raped and pillaged, and it no longer resembles the art form that was undeniably African. It has become one of the most destructive forces in our community. Now, hip hop wages war against the very people who created it. In fact, one could argue that hip hop is no longer hip hop at all. White (Jewish) owned record labels have promoted the interpolation of disrespectful and misogynistic lyrics from their artist, and the result has been a decline in self-awareness by black youth, and a desensitization of the plight of the black race as a whole.
Join us as we discuss the current state of hip hop and its influence on black culture. We will also discuss how we can actually use this knowledge to our advantage
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