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Summing up this week in American politics, music and personal lives.
Jon focused on the self fulfilling prophecy of Prince and the trap the most recent celebrity deaths have patterned out to be.
Jane refuted that Prince does not belong in the category of Whitney Houston or Michael Jackson.
She denied the tendency of the American public to seek answers thru the Illumanti ideology.
That and 3 Prince songs explored and played.
Talib Kweli first tracked me down on Twitter because I asked him a question. Then I said 'who are you?' I really didn't know, I didn't travel in his circles. I jerked his chain and for the next 24 hours I was baraged by him (famous enough to do a gig in NZ) and his comrades for being racist. Really? I'm racist because.....I refused to subscribe to his social coercion that all whites contributed to structural racism just on the basis that they were born white. Hell no, we won't go. I shared with him articles I wrote on Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, etc. I did not share with him the article I wrote on Tamir Rice but maybe I should have. He was born to good parents but has dwindled into a menacing life of swearing, belittling and Black supremacy. He's no Malcom X. Malcom X had fortitude and dignity.
Tonight I will address his ridiculous form of bullying including his admissions that he has taken on the role of the male oppressor. This was a fight I didn't need but will defend.
Do you think what main stream media portrays as presidential candidates are true debates? If so, you are sorely mistaken. Those are press releases, and indoctrinations, at best. Either that or a way to fill up the Good Year Blimp, I am not quite sure which. Oh yeah, you’re right, filling the blimp full of hot air would have a purpose and be doing something useful, what the Presidential Candidates, and, mainstream media are doing is none of that.
Tuesday night at 8:00 pm EST/5:00 pm PST, Isa and his returning guest co-host Dawud Talib, will be conducting a true and real debate. Representatives from several of the major political parties will be there to discuss and debate the real issues of our day. Yes, I said several of the major political parties. Contrary to popular belief and, what mainstream media reports, there are more than just Democrats and Republicans vying to become President.
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Radio host Dee Hill sits in with Sean Garvey to talk about her radio program, including the HR 681 bill honoring men and women in radio. Plus, Trapper Jon (C.E.O of Hot Talk Radio) joins in on the show to talk about his media platform and shares advice on how to start your own internet radio station.
Later, Sherry Mallory discusses her position as president of the National Broadcasting Professionals Coalition of Radio and Music.
The Beat Break Morning Show Playlist 4/9/16
1. BK Cashmere-The Man
2. Nevaeh feat. Tracy T-Cut Off
3. Lak The Hip Hop Educator feat. Talib Kweli-Run America
5. I.L.-Right Girl
6. King Malachi-Struggle
7. Brandon Rossi-Talk About It
8. Blushhh Music-Old School Back
9. The DJ Rollem Mix
The Beat Break Morning Show feat. Lak The Hip Hop Educator & Media Host/Activist Shar Bates 3/26/16
On this edition of The Beat Break Morning Show...Sean Garvey had the chance to talk to musician and activist Lak The Hip Hop Educator about his active role in reaching out to the youth about black history and social awareness through his music. Plus, media host Shar Bates calls in to talk about Hoop 4 Flint, which is a benefit basketball tournament to help raise contributions to the residents in Flint, Michigan affected by the water crisis.
Later, Sean Garvey and DJ Rollem put together a dedication mix to Organized Noize and A Tribe Called Quest in memory of their late member Phife Dawg.
The Beat Break Morning Show Playlist 3/26/16
1. King Malachi-Struggle
2. Trina-F#@$ Boy
3. BK Cashmere-The Man
4. Ke'Shay Love-Breathless
5. Lydell Williams-Don't Go Looking For Love
6. Lak The Hip Hop Educator feat. Talib Kweli-Run America
7. Lak The Hip Hop Educator-In The Name Of MLK
8. Lak The Hip Hop Educator-God Is In The Motive
9. Lak The Hip Hop Educator-Harriet Tubman The Conductor
10. MC Breed-Ain't No Future In Your Frontin
11. The Organized Noize & A Tribe Called Quest Mix
1. DJ MISS C BROWN – RePPiN4U INTRO
2. LL COOL J – Beats 1 Freestyle
3. TORAE – For the Record (Opening)
4. WISE INTELLIGENT – They Don’t Get It
5. DJ KAY SLAY F/ DAVE EAST/RAEKWON/PAPOOSE – Microphone Murderers
6. JOELL ORTIZ F/ BILLY DANZE – Fall Back
7. SEAN PRICE F/ ROYAL FLUSH/ILLA GHEE – Soul Perfect
8. DARK A BROWN F/ THE DEAD EYE/NIA – Blow Up
9. AFU-RA – Self Mastery
10. TALIB KWELI & 9th WONDER – Bangers (Remix)
11. COMMON F/ MC LYTE/BILAL – A Film Called Pimp
12. COOKBOOK & EVIDENCE – Preachers of L.A.
13. DMX F/ BIG MOESES/JOE YOUNG – Moe Wings
14. ROYCE 5’9 – Dead Presidents Heads
15. INTERMISSION – UK Government put on BLAST
16. KENDRICK LAMAR – Untitled 1
17. PHACE – I’m Wid It
18. MACCABEEZ – Shadowboxing
19. JOELL ORTIZ F/ LIL FAME/KOOL G RAP – RePPiN N.Y.
20. D.I.T.C F/ O.C. – Caviar Dreams
21. BANISH F/ TRI-STATE/SUPREME CEREBRAL – Breakdancing With Wolves
22. ELZHI F/ SMITTY - ALIENated
23. TIESH O’DAY F/ BEAT MAMA/JEUCE THE SLAYER – One
24. KILLAH PRIEST & VENDETTA KINGZ F/ TIMBO KING – One Day
25. MR LIF F/ DEL THE FUNKY HOMOSAPIEN – Don’t Look Down
26. PLANET ASIA & DJ CONCEPT F/ SEAN PRICE & DJ DEVASTATE – The Festival
27. TORAE F/ MACK WILDS – Troubled Times
28. PRHYME F/ LOGIC – Beast Mode (Extended)
29. VICE SOLUETRIC – No Tomorrow
30. SNOOP DOGG F/ DR. DRE/ D’ANGELO - Imagine
In the co-pilot seat with Isa this week is a previous guest of A Muslim & A Catholic Wake Up In Merica, Dawud Talib. Good thing Dawud is an experienced motorcyclist, those skills might be necessary to remain upright in the co-pilot seat.
Unlike many activists, who are only uneducated keyboard warriors or only do it for as long as they can get attention, Isa, Common Cal and Dawud have skin in the game and are actually taking action. On tonight’s episode Isa and Dawud explore and discuss Dawud’s battle with his local politicians, Muslims, among others, voting contrary to that of their best interests or even beliefs, and will attempt to do a better job at explaining Voluntaryism, Anarcho-Capitalism, and Anarchy in general.
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The Beat Break Morning Show feat. Comedian Doo Doo Brown & Radio Host Jocasta 3/19/2016
All the laughter and fun starts once underground legend comedian Doo Doo Brown steps into the studio and express his thoughts on the presidential race, the state of comedy and other trending topics. Plus, Jocasta of CBS Big Brother season 16 stops by to let the audience know about her 108 Praise radio program and her stint on the reality series!
The Beat Break Morning Show Playlist 3/19/16
1. Jay Kila-It's Best To Spend It On Beer
2. AxJ feat. Mvstermind-Roll Bounce
3. Sevyn Streeter feat. Chris Brown-It Won't Stop
4. Precise-Take Our Time (Right Away-DJ Rollem Remix)
5. Brandon Rossi-Talk About It
6. King Malachi-Struggle
7. Nevaeh feat. Tracy T-Cut Off
8. Ray J-Curtains Closed
9. Lak The Hip Hop Educator feat. Talib Kweli-Run America
DJ MISS C BROWN – RePPiN4U (Intro)
9th WONDER – Beautiful Lady (Opening)
QUEEN LATIFAH F/ MONIE LOVE – Ladies First
LAURYN HILL – Lost Ones
NONCHALANT – 5 o’clock In The Morning
FLIPMODE SQUAD – Set It Off
DEADLY VENOMS – Bomb Threat
THE ROOTS F/ BAHAMADIA – Proceed 3
MC LYTE – Ruffneck
CAPPADONNA F/ WONDA WOMAN – Adams & Eve
NITTY SCOTT MC – Bullsh!t Rap
ALMOST SEPTEMBER (KRS-ONE/MC LYTE/SLEEPY JUICE) - Love
PAPOOSE & REMY MA – Broken Slanguage
DISTURBING THA PEACE – R.P.M.
LIN QUE – Let It Fall
BAHAMADIA – 3 The Hard Way
QUEEN LATIFAH – Just Another Day
MISSY ELLIOTT F/ LIL MO/NAS/Q-TIP – Hot Boyz (Remix)
MC LYTE F/ XSCAPE – Keep On, Keeping On
HEATHER B. – All Glocks Down
DOMINQUE LARUE – I’m In Love
DA BRAT F/ TYRESE – Whatchu Like
LIL KIM F/ SISQO – How Many Licks
MISSY ELLIOTT – She’s A B!tch
FOXY BROWN F/ JAY-Z – I’ll Be
EVE – Satisfaction
ETERNIA F/ WORDSWORTH – Struggle
CHARLI BALTIMORE F/ GHOSTFACE KILLAH – Stand Up
PHAROAHE MONCH F/ JEAN GRAE/ROYCE DA 5’9 – Assassins
TALIB KWELI F/ RAPSODY – Every Ghetto
DJ MISS C BROWN – RePPiN4U (Intro)
STREET FIGHTER III – Knock You Out (Show Opening)
J DILLA – The Introduction
D.I.T.C. & A.G. – 16 & Out
PHAT KAT F/ DJ DEZ – True Story 3
MURS F/ DEL THE FUNKY HOMOSAPIAN/FASHWAN/?UESTLOVE/BLACK THOUGHT – Rise Up
VICE SOULETRIC F/ TALIB KWELI/G. HUFF/WILL BLAZE – Return Of the Black Man
WESTSIDE GUNN F/ SKYZOO – 50 Inch Zenith
SEAN PRICE – Anderson Silva (Remix)
GHOSTFACE KILLAH & KILLAH PRIEST – Disco Airlines
GHOSTFACE KILLAH & KILLAH PRIEST – Starry Winters
SUPREME CEREBRAL F/ PLANET ASIA – Prophetic Jewels
COLONEL LOUD F/ THE LOX/ RICO BARRINO – California (Remix)
SCARFACE F/ RAY J – Cold Shoulder
JAY ELECTRONICA – The Curse Of Mayweather
KENDRICK LAMAR – Grammy Awards Performance
BEYONCE – The Day Beyoncé Turned Black
WISE INTELLIGENT – They Don’t Get It
RAPPER BIG POOH F/ BLU – Grass Ain’t Green
AWKWORD – I Am
CAMP LO – (Luchini) This Is It
D12 – Fight Music (Street Fighter Remix)
BISHOP LAMONT F/ XZIBIT/KALEB SIMMONDS – Back Up Off Me
VICE SOULETRIC F/ SKYZOO – Staying Out The Way
CAPPADONNA – 4 Leaf Clover
BEANIE SIGEL – Top Shotta
KILLAWYND – Way Back When
DEMIGODZ – They Can’t Fool Me (Cylent Assassin Remix)
AGALLAH FARO F/ SEAN PRICE / IKE EYES – Brooklyn Emcee
LITTLE BROTHER – The Listening
REDMAN F/ OH NO – Lay You Out
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