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Hey gang. We have a weird @ss line up of news stories today.
We just do.
It wasn't the plan.
This is just the world we live in.
I have an opening monologue and then we need to get our sh*t in gear.
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REP. DEBBIE RIDDLE SAYS BIG BREASTED WOMEN SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO BREASTFEED IN PUBLIC.
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KB AND THE REVOLUTIONARY RYDERS take to the airwaves on some Black Panther ish. One thing is for sure in this country today, Black people need,want and demand JUSTICE AND EQUALITY. There are many different issues and many different perspectives, but the big picture is that we have to acheive some sort of justice and equality before any thing moves forward.One of the first things that must be established is economic equality,if it dont make dollars it dont make sense. As long as we continue to be the poorest race in the world we will continue to suffer.As far as justice goes, the court system,the policing of our community and the prosecution of those who violate and murder us must be adressed. We are no longer asking, we are demanding these things. In the words of H Rap Brown"We built this country, we'll burn it down."
Join us tonight as we get into some revolutionary gangsta sh@t
ANTONIO "TONY" STALLWORTH is a killer by nature and a gangster by breed. Brooklyn, New York has never seen a hustler with his ambition before, but the city is about to be introduced to some downright GANGSTA SHYT.
Opposing Tony's street dreams are an old school black syndicate in Brooklyn’s black underworld who Stallworth tried to work with but they refused his overtures. They viewed his emergence on the scene as a growing threat to their rackets. When they rebuke Tony’s offer with an assassination attempt, a deadly war ensues in the streets of the BK.
Both sides are vicious and cunning, and unrepentant in their brutality and thirst to reign supreme. Though the odds seem stacked against him, Tony has a powerful team of real niggas, one in particular, the head of his muscle, a young brash killer out of Yonkers named MACKY BOY aka Babyface Assassin whose creed is death before dishonor.
When an internal struggle for power ensues and treachery and envy rears its ugly head within the ranks, Tony has another secret weapon on his team. The beautiful, sexy and deadly SUGAR, whose love for him is indestructible.
Sugar goes all out to protect her man and his interests, even if it means RIDE, KILL OR DIE TRYING.
BIG ERNIE WITH THE LATEST AND GREATEST IN ALL YOUR RACING NEEDS TO INCLUDE NOS PRODUCTS AND TUNING TIPS AND AS ALWAYS SAFETY IS A TOP PRIORITY!!!ALSO A DARLINGTON WRAP-UP OF TRIGGAMAN'S "NO MEDICATION.
FOLLOWING BIG ERNIE WE GOT MIKE HILL'S THE BADDEST OF THE BAD AND THE BIG FOUR CAR SHOOTOUT WITH FOUR OF THE TOP 29 INCH CARS ON THE PLANET, TROUBLE, CANDY CRUSHER, MEMPHIS GANGSTA AND HERB DA RULA!!!!!
C can claim a remarkable four-decade career as a professional journalist, columnist, author, critic, radio and television broadcaster, screenwriter and award-winning blogger. A regular contributor to publications across the Midwest and beyond, his work has appeared in People, USA Today, Men's Book Chicago, CS, HOUR Detroit (Michigan's largest city magazine), Black Enterprise, Electronic Media, The (Detroit) Metro Times, UAW-Ford Community, Deliver (for the U.S. Postal Service), Wayne State, BLAC Detroit, Connections, dbusiness and others.
Jim also maintains two blogs: Big Glowing Box, an outlet for the former Detroit News TV critic to continue his love of media and pop culture commentary; and JK – Just Kidneying, chronicling his life after Stage IV kidney failure and a successful 2011 organ transplant. He has written or edited a dozen books, ranging from an encyclopedic, 1,000-plus page guide to rhythm-and-blues music (Musichound R&B: The Essential Album Guide), to a biography of Detroit rock 'n' roll pioneer Mitch Ryder, to a how-to handbook for exotic dancers (The Exotic Entertainer's Bible). He has edited three novels for award-winning mystery author Mike Brogan; a screenplay that he co-wrote, The Brewster Project, was made into an independent film that won audience Best Picture prizes at festivals in New York and Los Angeles. He hosted his own Detroit radio program for several years and served three seasons as co-host, associate producer and resident critic for the popular syndicated movie-review TV series, Flix 'n' Pix.He lives outside Chicago with his wife, Karen, but can be seen almost any day rooting for a Michigan sports team. ANY Michigan sports team.
See more at: http://jimmcfarlin.com
1. DJ MISS C BROWN – RePPiN4U INTRO
2. METHOD MAN – 4:19 The Day Before (opening)
3. KRS-ONE – Phife Tribute
4. PHIFE DAWG – Nutshell
5. HAVOC X THE ALCHEMIST – Maintain (F**k How You Feel)
6. ROCKNESS MONSTA – Embrace Da Hatred
7. BLACK MILK – The Rebel
8. DA ORIGINAL AJ/ITALY ANGELO INTERVIEW
9. DA ORIGINAL AJ F/ LIL FLIP – Da Street Doctor
10. FREDDIE D – Rule The Night
11. J DILLA F/ SNOOP DOGG/KOKANE – Gangsta Boogie
12. BLACK THOUGHT & STYLES P – Making a Murderer
13. MC SHAN – KRS One Diss
14. KRS ONE – Still Hugging A Nut – MC Shan diss
15. KOOL ADE F/ RAH DIGGA/SEAN PRICE/TONY TOUCH – Say Nothing
16. UGLY HEROES – This World
17. ALEX-IS INTERVIEW – Part 1
18. ALEX-IS F/ GENESIS ELIJAH – Murderation
19. ALEX-IS INTERVIEW – Part 2
20. ALEX-IS – Who’s Better Than You
21. J DILLA F/ NAS – The Sickness
22. ONYX – The Tunnel (Big Kap Tribute Remix)
23. MILES DAVIS & ROBERT GLASPER F/ PHONTE – Violets
24. WILLIE D – C**n
25. RANSOM – The Theme
26. BLACK SHEEP DRES F/ RED ALERT/CHI ALI/SADAT X – Peace Phife
People just never cease to amaze me. From Villanova taking over, Mimi announcing her new love interest, Donald Trump talking reckless, Blac Chyna and Rob turning heads, and Katt Williams beating up little kids, its enough to make even y'all say enough is enough! Tune in at 11 p.m., if you want to know what the world is really coming to!
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From A Gang To God: In the gangsta lifestyle, you end up one of three ways: JAIL CELLS, WHEELCHAIRS, or GRAVEYARDS.
Butterfly Evolution sits down with Author, Gang Consultant Ronald Baldridge
Ronald is founder of P.I.A.N.O. Inc., Partners in Alliance Needing Others, a 501c3 non-profit organization, that mentors young boys from single parent homes (predominately single mothers) Ron was born in Greenville, Mississippi, Washington County, on August 12, 1967. His mother moved Ronald and his older brother to Memphis, Tennessee in 1974. She taught them both to judge people individually . However, there were two types of people Ron hated - white people and the police. Ron and his brother grew up in the inner city of North Memphis with the values of love, family, respect, and determination. Seeing his mom struggle to keep food on the table Ron made a decision to help by any means necessary. He strayed from the path in which he was taught and chose a journey of seeking wealth. This journey took him down an unexpected road of self-destruction. Ron started selling drugs and making $1000 every three hours was easy. Ron easily put aside the values his mother worked so hard to instill in him. He continued to make wrong choices that led him to not only becoming a member of a North Memphis gang called the Night Hawks , but Ron also became an enforcer for one of the most feared gangs in this country - the Gangster Disciples . It was on July 7, 1985, that Ron s life would change forever. That night in a gang shooting, he was left paralyzed from a bullet that shattered his spinal cord. That night a white police officer would enter his life.
Don't miss this powerful show. Grab your sons and join Butterfly Evolution Monday April 18th at 8 PM CST. Listen/comment at 818-691-7406 or online at www.blogtalkradio.com/butterflyevolution
TODAYS SHOW SEKMENT WE BRINGING THAT BLACK FIST BLACK MIND STATE OF MIND AS THE I GET IN TO SOME NEW/RARE/ BANGERS FROM HIP HOP TO REGGAE:
KHALLID MUHAMMAD:ENEMES AMONG US
UNITED FRONT:I'M AN AFRIKAN
RBG:IF IT AINT RBG
NIPSEY HUSTLE AND YG:FUCK DONALD TRUMP
LADY STUNN FT STRESS:YALL NIGGAS DONT WANT IT
KRS-ONE:STILL HUGGIN A NUTT(SHAN)
LUNCH THE GENRAL:HEAR ME THOUGH
QaNAIRY DIAMONDS:HOT NIGGA
KOOL KEITH FT PAULA PERRY:CORN BALLS
KOOLADE FT RAH DIGGA/SEAN PRICE/TONY TOUCH:SAY NOTHING
RAS KASS/BUMPY KNUCKLES
HOLLWOODSTORM/POP BALLA/MO MONEY BAGZ:NIGGAS WITH MONEY(N.W.M)
A.R:CHIRAQ FREEESTYLE-THE MURDA
BONE FT BOSS GOTTIE (CRIM):THE MURDA
RADIO BASE FT DRE :TOMMOROW
BG FT LADY TIC:HIGHWAY
GLOSS DA BOSS:PANDA
SEENIC THE BLAQ STAR:REDEEM THE DAYS AND NIGHT
FIELD G'S FT E-MAJOR/KRAZY RIK:THE PREASURE IS ON
SPICE:WEED & SEX
DA TROPPA:MAD IZMI
SEAN PRICE:NO REASON
CHARLES HAMILTON:HARD WORK
ZIPLOK FT YOUNG DIRTY BASTARD:TURN UP
TRAGEDY KHADAFI FT ILLA GHEE & CANIBUS:CRADLE TO GRAVE
LIQUID ASSASSIN FT SEAN PRICE:SPAS OUT
DJ LOAF FT SILKK THE SHOCKER:BOUT THAT
YOUNG ZEE FT RAH DIGGA:ONE TO THE BODY
RAVEN FELIX FT SNOOP DOGG & NEF THE PHARAOH:HIT THE GAS
CHI-ILL FT CHRIS RIVERS/XYL/DEE FREER: