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Greetings Dear Family, Please tune in to hear a very special message on Unity by the National Spokesman of the NBPP, Brother Chawn Kweli. He will also give updates some of the things the NBPP is working on, the upcoming trip to Africa, currents events etc.
Please tune in to hear the NBPP's National Spokesman speak on their recent trip to South Africa, Unity of the 22 million and so much more....Further description forthcoming !!!!!
Hip Hop’s newest conscience goes by the moniker Grace the Martyr. Grace meaning (Giving Rap A Conscious Effort). Grace was born in Tallahassee, Florida. He was raised in Merritt Island, Boston Ga., and spent his early adulthood in Los Angeles until he relocated to Atlanta which he now calls home. As an early teen Grace began writing poetry venting and sharing his creativity through his pen. By the time Grace was a teenager he had written over one hundred poems. He was drawn to music, especially hip hop and related to artists such as Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Common, Nas, Jay-z, Big Daddy Kane, Father MC, and Talib Kweli. Closest to his heart was 2Pac for his passionate approach and Andre 3000 for his creative yet clever wordplay.
Lamont aka Kdiddy, interviews the Superstars of Indie Music to discuss upcoming projects, play their music and talk the "business" of Entertainment.If you got it come share it,If you don't come get it, the Entertainment Biz that Is!! Call in Number 347-3088747
Join us in welcoming special guest New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, Patricia Gussin as she talks about her new book After the Fall with host Lisa Watson on Wednesday,February 11th at 6pm EST!
A tragic accident ends Laura Nelson’s career as a surgeon. After accepting a position as Vice President for Research in a large pharmaceutical company, Laura works to finalize the imminent approval of the company’s groundbreaking new drug. But Jake Harter, a malicious Food and Drug Administration employee, cannot let that happen. He is obsessed with Adawia Abdul, the beautiful Iraqi scientist who discovered the drug. As soon as the drug is approved, Adawia will collect a substantial bonus and reluctantly return to replace her dying father, the lead scientist in Saddam Hussein’s bioweapon program. As Hussein’s henchmen apply brutal pressure to assure Dr. Abdul’s speedy return to Iraq, Harter uses his influence to stall the drug’s approval. If Laura gets in his way, he will eliminate her as he has her predecessor and his own wife.
In the world of Hip Hop, most artists are recognized as having a very distinguished image that identifies with their street life, but not for L-Smooth. He doesn’t fit the usual profile of an artist in the Hip Hop nation. His smooth style of production approaches the new millennium in an effort to bring substance, originality, and underlying energy to the city streets. L-Smooth is able to share his daily life experiences and be the voice of his peers through sharp lyrical storytelling, such as with his forthcoming new single, Pillow Cases. “This spicy new title has a signature smooth Golden Era sound with an intense message,” stated L-Smooth’s Manager, Rodney Dawson of Street City Enterprises, LLC.
Lamar Mensah was born and raised in a lower class area of Midwest City, Oklahoma by his single mother whom worked two jobs to take care of him and his sister. At a very early age, he spent most of his time free-styling with his friends. At 13, L-Smooth admired many Hip Hop artists in the Golden Era from the West Coast, East Coast, and Down South, such as Fabulous, Redman, Scarface, Outkast, Big Boi, and Talib Kweli. L-Smooth was surrounded by drugs and violence, but he chose not to get involved. He had the choice to go left or right. He chose to go right, but had he went left, he probably wouldn’t be here right now. He grew up doing what was right derived from his step-father molding and shaping him into the man he is today. Unknown to him of what his future was holding, at 22 L-Smooth was blessed with a son for whom he continues to walk the straight and narrow road to provide him a better life.
Beat Break 87 FM & beatbreakradiofm.com presents T.G.I.S. (Thank Goodness It's Saturday) Program Line Up. Beat Break 87 has partnered up with Home Team Radio to simulcast three of your favorite Beat Break programming starting with The Beat Break AM Show, followed by The Dee Hill Radio Show, and Ridin Durty Radio Dirty Dozen. The Beat Break AM Show is a comedy & music based program hosted by Sean Garvey & DJ Rollem. The Dee Hill Radio Show with Dee Hill is a public after program that centers around community & social issues along with a variety of commentors from all walks of life. Lastly, Vic XL brings you the hottest top 12 independent artists around the country making the music countdown on Ridin Durty Radio Dirty Dozen. Beat Break 87 FM is presented by Dark Knight Entertainment, Positive Arts Movement, & P&J Tax Professionals.
The Beat Break AM Show Playlist 1/17/15
1.) Talib Kweli feat. Bilal-Waitin' For The DJ
2.) John Boy on the Track-Gotcha Baby
3.) Ludacris feat. Miguel-Good Lovin
4.) Yuseph-No Good Man
5.) Charm-Tell Em' Something Slick
6.) Lisa Lisa & The Cult Jam-I Wonder If I Take You Home
7.) R-Kitech feat. Precise-The Feeling
8.) Lupe Fiasco feat. Crystal "Rovel" Torres-Adoration of the Magi
We discuss one of the greatest men to walk the face of the planet earth in the last century. Dr Khallid Abdul Muhammad - or as we refer to him the Honorable Dr Khallid Abdul Muhammad. He led the New Black Panther Party from 1998 into 2001 - and what he did in that span of time would catapult the black power movement to the forefront and place the regionally known organization on the international stage.
Back with a revived 10 point program built around the local & international needs of the blackman and woman ... he took centerstage propelling this organization the the forefront of black struggle.
He took on everybody from Rudy Guliani to the Klu Klux Klan. Boot licking Charles rangel to Preachers, ministers, and compromised black organizations.
He was not called the black power general for nothing!
He will be celebrated January 12th - we talk to the organizer of the birthday celebration Yaa Asantewa - who carries on the legacy along with the New Black Panther Party.
Hashim Nzinga, National Chairman will come on to reflect as well and also give us our marching orders
Hosted by National Chief of Staff , Chawn Castro Kweli .. it's worth the listen
The American justice system appears to be falling apart. With the recent decisions on Eric Garner in New York, Michael Brown in Ferguson, Trayvon Martin in Florida, and Tyrone West in Baltimore, the nation is rapidly losing confidence in their justice system, and America's promise of democracy.
The Black community in particular is the target of racism, police brutality, and unjust and disproportionate incarceration. They are all at the center of the lack of confidence in the justice system.
To address these issues and what can be done about it Black Power Radio digs deep into the issues ....
Activist from across the country .. weigh in .. Minister Hashim Nzinga, National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party will teach ...live call in & question and answer, Hosterd by Chawn Casto Kweli, National Chief of Staff
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