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BDSIR NETWORK Presents a special edition of the RePPiN4U Hip Hop show, featuring the freshest bangers and a special look at DJ Imperial and the 18 Bronzemen!
Hosted by MZATheInfamous
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1. DJ MISS C BROWN - RePPiN4U Intro
2. L'ORANGE & KOOL KEITH - The Traveler (Show Opening)
3. MARVELOUS MAG F/ SKYZOO / PLANET ASIA - Leflaur Leflah (Sean P Tribute)
4. THE GAME F/ KENDRICK LAMAR - On Me
5. RANSOM F/ ROYCE DA 5'9 / 3D NATEE - Soul Killa
6. TORAE - Saturday Night
7. AFU-RA - Check Ya Boy (Produced by DJ Swift)
8. FDOT1 - Get Em Up
9. DJ IMPERIAL & BORNUNIQUE - Special Showcase
10. DJ IMPERIAL & BORNUNIQUE - Continuous Murder
11. BRUSE WANE - Hercules
12. ERICK SERMON F/ KEITH MURRAY / FISH GREASE - Culture
13. SEMI HENDRIX F/ DJ STARSCREAM & RUSSELL PETERS - Bukowski
14. VIKTOR RASIIA F/ GOV MAG - 36 Chamberz
15. BISHOP LAMONT - Shoot Em Up
16. APOLLO BROWN F/ MASTA ACE /WORDSWORTH - Money
17. KXNG CROOKED F/ TRUTH ALI, ERIK TANDY & THE REASN - Axl Rose
18. OUTRO - U Gotta Love It
Florida post game reactions from @AwDarago & @LeeCrowe. No holds barred analysis and straight talk about the battle in the swamp. They are joined by the "Florida Killa" and #VFL, Jabari "Juice" Davis to discuss the annual battle. Is this still a rivalry? Let's discuss it!
BDSIR NETWORK PRESENTS:
RePPiN4U HIP HOP SHOW: Emotionless Passion!
Hosted by The Man In The Purple Suit: GRANT BODY -P!
One hour of uncut, unedited Hip Hop selection - if that's not what you want - take your Slim Jesus ignorance elsewhere!
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1. MISS C BROWN - RePPiN4U INTRO
2. KAZUYA MISHIMA - Emotionless Passion (opening)
3. JAY ELECTRONICA - Can I Kick It? (Holladay)
4. SEAN PRICE & JAKK FROST - Admiral Meets General
5. SEMI HENDRIX (Ras Kass & Jack Splash) - Jesus Pressed Mute
6. JOE BUDDEN - Slaughtermouse (Letter to Eminem)
7. DJ KAY SLAY F/ FAME, MAINO, PAPOOSE, TROY AVE, UNCLE MURDA, MOE CHIPPS & LUCKY DON - Straight Outta Brooklyn
8. XL (Sadat X & El Da Sensei) - We Must Stand
9. RANSOM F/ ROYCE DA 5'9, & 3D NATEE - Soul Killa
10. DOOMSTARKS - Living Hood
11. RAEKWON F/ BUSTA RHYMES - State Of Grace (Remix)
12. ERICK SERMON F/ FISH GREASE - Culture
13. J-LIVE F/ EKUNDAYO - Microphone Stamina
14. TORAE - Saturday Night
15. SKYZOO, RAPPER BIG POOH, AWKWORD - Cruel Intentions
16. PUBLIC ENEMY - Mine Again
White supremacy doesn’t stop behind studio
There’s a tradition that I’ve read, forgive me if I’m recalling it incorrectly, that says something like, “Love of prestige is worse than love of money.” And that’s a heavy statement, because you already see the wickedness that people will do for money. So imagine what people will do for a perception, to project an image of themselves. They’ll do even worse things than what they’d do for money. So I think really that’s what it comes down to. Even when we’ve been accepted, for some of us being accepted by our own is not enough. It’s not enough until we’re having our paper graded with an “A” by the system. But not just a sales “A,” from selling a lot of records. It’s the message of, “You’re acceptable. We’re comfortable with you. You can still, you know, we understand your background, you can still use all the parlance of the times. You can still speak in code, we don’t mind, we’re entertained by that, it’s exotic to us.” This is how what sounds like hip-hop becomes orchestrated by someone outside of it.
As an artist movement, as a global presence, hip-hop has been one of the few opportunities that people on a global level got to even see Black people when they weren’t playing sports. And it’s also a narrative, that even if it was exaggerated or fictionalized, it was a narrative that they were constructing. Like a screenwriter didn’t pick Ghostface Killah’s name, he did. So it’s very different. Some think there’s this inherent competitive quality to hip-hop, but I disagree with that. I don’t think art has to be about that, and I think the competitive nature they’re referencing has less to do with who has the bigger audience or more money
Dyana Prinze aka Wonda Woman joins me on Speak Live Nation to discuss her start in hip hop from a woman's perspective, what was it like to be under the watch of hip hop legend RZA, Ghostface Killah, and Wu-Tang Clan. She had very interesting advice for women going for their dreams in the notion of male dominated industries and how to deal with chauvinistic attitudes they may encounter.
Dyana Prinze aka Wonda Woman is a lyricist/singer/songwriter from Brooklyn who got her start after singing for Ghostface Killah. She later became a songwriter and background singer for RZA. She eventually developed her own rhyme style and began her journey as one of the dopest female MCs to emerge from the Wu-Tang camp. Her single "Hit the Floor" (produced by Dj Scratch) gained her the "Unsigned Champ" title for three weeks on Future Flavas on Power 105.1fm with The Legendary Dj Marley Marl of "Juice Crew" Fame. Her single "ASKIN U2 STAY" (produced by Bronze Nazareth) was featured on The Wu-Tang Stainless Steel Series Mixtape,Females of the Rap Game vol.3, "Wu-Ladies Compilation",and several other mixes. Her upcoming EP "UNDERESTIMATED" is set to be released Fall 2015. She has opened for Black Thought and QuestLove (The Roots), Jeru The Damaja, and has also shared the stage with M.O.P, Wu-Tang, Mos Def,Cappadonna,Dres (Black Sheep) and many others. She is a true artist with infinite lyrics and savvy delivery. She's also featured on three tracks on Cappadonna's release "HOOK OFF", the first Hip-Hop release with no hooks ! Wonda Woman has currently released her self-titled single "Wonda Woman" produced by DJ Flipcyide! She is a powerful emcee whose natural talent and love for hip hop is expressed in every rhyme. She is paving her own way in this male -dominated industry and continues building her brand as a hip hop veteran.
Welcome to another episode of Cartel Radio!!!! We will be having a host of great topics for the panel to discuss. we also will be having the semis this week in our Bump It Or Dump It segment. This week we have another edition of our Radio Battles three fire battles lined up this week.
100K vs Streatz
Ill Lyric vs Showstoppa
L-Roy Jetson vs Killa B
As yall already know the battles be fire so bcukle up and tune in ITS GOING DOWN!!!!!!
Top Star Hip Hop we feature music from www.topstarhiphop.com & from the artists we interview. We feature a varitey of shows from talk, music, Top 20 weekly Hits, Gospel Hip Hop, Battle Rapping, Powertalk With OG, Real House Wives of Twitter. We have it all plus Entertainment News. We are the voice of the Indy Artist and we rule the streets. We are the streets! @mackdrama1017 #OGMackDramaProduction all rights reserved
Today we feature Artist from the North West Like Mr Reddd Dogg of Seattle, Washington & Killa Mouth Kev with the Million Dollar Mouth Piece out of Portland, Oregon! The west coast is just not Sunny SW California. There is talent al ove the West Coast as you will hear tonight!
#MafiaGang The Album releases 10/17 along with "Always Comes Up Smelling Like Red Roses" book by OG Mack Drama
BDSIR NETWORK presents another edition of the Uncut, unedited Hip Hop show in it's purest form. Hosted by MZATheInfamous.
Features a special segment on the A3C UK Hip Hop festival in Atlanta hosted by RePPiN4U admin DJ Miss C Brown in conjuction with Crocodile Promotions.
To be involved and help fund the event go to gofundme.com/m3gvv6ew.
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1. KRAZY DRAYZ - Hol'Dat (RePPiN4U Intro)
2. GUILTY SIMPSON F/ ELZHI - Blue Collar
3. RAPSODY F/ JOEY BADASS & MERNA - Don't Need It (Remix)
4. TALIB KWELI - He Said, She Said
5. SEAN PRICE F/ ILLA GHEE - Figure More
6. BJ THE CHICAGO KID - Nothin But Love
7. SCARFACE F/ JOHN LEGEND - God
8. DJ CROC & MISS C BROWN - A3C UK Hip Hop Showcase Promo
9. METHOD MAN F/ iNTeLL / MASTA KILLA - Intelligent Meth
10. WORDSWORTH F/ BLU - Fingers Up
11. KASIM ALLAH F/ LORD JAMAR & SADAT X - Jive Pretenders
12. HELL RAZAH F/ DETANE - Burn It Down
13. DR. DRE F/ SNOOP DOGG/JON CONNOR - One Shot One Kill
14. APOLLO BROWN F/ YOUR OLD DROOG - Not That Guy
15. ILLA J - Never Left
NEVAEH is an American recording artist, songwriter, dancer and actress. Born in Pasadena, CA, her first vocal performance was in front of her family at age 3. After memorizing Vanessa Williams’ “Save the Best for Last”, a song her mother sang during karaoke, she amazed everyone by singing every word of the song. Soon after, she went on to begin her career at the tender age of 4 with modeling, singing, participating in pageants and performing in talent shows.
In her quest for stardom Nevaeh has studied dance at the San Marino dance academy, Millennium dance complex and Ida. Her styles range from ballet, tap and jazz to hip hop. She feels it’s very important to be a well versed entertainer. Through the years, she went on to perform with Broadway kids, play Annie in a musical with the Colsac Academy, perform at the Rose Bowl and at the Anaheim Convention Center just to name a few.
Today, the Los Angeles singer has teamed up with the Chicago native and super producer Killa B. Killa has worked with countless mega stars in the industry and is an astounding musical genius. The two are now creating musical magic and working on her untitled EP. They are also seeing success with the recent release of her first single " Cut Off", which by the way is tearing up the airways! This release is just the first step of many that says... Nevaeh is here to stay!
Whats up yall we back with the highly anticipated Cartel Radio Battles we got 4 crazy battles lined up so tune in.
1. Streatz vs AB Eaze
2. L-Roy Jetson vs Logik Divine
3. Capboyhurt vs Killa B
4 Dallas Cash vs ILL Lyric
We stay smacking em in the face with bright and witty ideas buckle up Bars will be flying!!!!!!