• 01:00

    Hip Hop & Education with "Lak"

    in Entertainment

    Hip-Hop Recording Artist Larry Henderson A.K.A. Lak is the 'hip-hop educator' featured on international media outlets including CBS and London FM radio.  His new album, Lesson One: Hip-Hop & Education, has hit bestseller lists on Amazon.com, reaching #1 in Hot New Releases and #8 in Educational Music.  The album blends educational lyrics, ill metaphors and an hypnotic flow with underground hip-hop beats.  Songs on Lesson One hit on topics such as money management, African-American impact, female empowerment, history, politics and more.  Listeners will be impressed that even though Lak's music is educational, the soul and integrity of hip-hop music is not compromised.  Dominion of New York Magazine says, "Most people who use hip-hop to educate children do so badly.  Lak does it so well that after a kid shares his music with you, you'll secretly download the album yourself." 

  • 00:54

    Hip-Hop Education with Lak

    in Moms and Family

    In the studio today is Hip-Hop Recording Artist Larry Henderson A.K.A. Lak.
    Lak is the 'hip-hop educator' featured on international media outlets including CBS and London FM radio.  His new album, Lesson One: Hip-Hop & Education, has hit bestseller lists on Amazon.com, reaching #1 in Hot New Releases and #8 in Educational Music.  
    The album blends educational lyrics, ill metaphors and an hypnotic flow with underground hip-hop beats.  Songs on Lesson One hit on topics such as money management, African-American impact, female empowerment, history, politics and more.  Listeners will be impressed that even though Lak's music is educational, the soul and integrity of hip-hop music is not compromised. 
    You can find out more about Lak at http://www.SmartHipHopMusic.blogspot.com.  Connect with him on Twitter @SmartHipHop. 

  • 00:34

    Hip Hop & Education

    in Youth

    On this show, I will speak with Larry "Lak" Henderson to discuss the work that he is doing to educate our youth via his entertainment company Smart Music.
     
    Smart Music creates high-quality educational hip-hop music.  Their blend of educational lyrics and underground hip-hop beats makes learning fun, accessible and more modern for a new generation of young people who are drawn to real hip-hop music.  Their new CD, Lesson One: Hip-Hop and Education, uses rap lyrics and today's hip-hop beats to teach students politics, African and African-American history and more.

  • Hip Hop or Hip Pop?

    in Music

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  • SPECIAL REPORT: Hip Hop and Race - A NY Hip Hop Report Talk Show Town Hall

    in Music

    Hip hop music and culture were born due to an incredibly unique real-world atmosphere, and since its inception, has always documented real life issues, often serving as a raw, unfiltered look at urban America through the eyes of those with a perspective like few others. Once dubbed the "CNN of the streets," hip hop has suffered something of an imposed identity crisis in recent years, being forced into a formulaic box by profit-seeking media conglomerates, seemingly more eager to produce cookie cutter music and prop up a certain sub-genre of rap superstar, at the expense of the huge range that exists in the overall music and culture.


    As always, New York plays a huge part of this issue, but while NYC is still the Mecca, the issues facing hip hop that deal with race, have become a national -- even international -- issue worth discussing on its own. Add to this, the current turbulent relations between many Americans and the institutions supposedly designed "to serve and protect" them, based largely on the unequal treatment served to certain segments of the population.


    In this special episode of The NY Hip Hop Report, we'll discuss both of these intriguing landscapes, both individually and how they coincide. Well discuss instances of real and perceived "cultural misappropriation" in the hip hop music business, how the industry muscled out pro-Black and "conscious" hip hop music over the years, as well as how current hip hop artists and organizations are at the forefront of the new civil rights movement, yet, rarely receive recognition or assistance, even from hip hop's most powerful figures.


    If there is any episode that we need your input, it's this one. We'll be taking calls all night from listeners and a couple of special call-in guests. Join us, and join the conversation!

  • 03:00

    Top Star Hip Hop Radio presents Power Talk with OG @MackDrama1017

    in Hip Hop Music

    OG Mack Drama brings you the Best Of Both Worlds. The Streets are always talking & the Corporations are always on the move. Here we bridge that GAP so you the listner can learn, improve and better yourself in an increasingly changing industry. The music business is more than just music; its Entertainment. If your business is not in order your losing! We interview Label Execs, Major Artist; we discuss new technologies. We also break Artist!


    Guest tonight @b3b3 new female artist on the rise she is a real professional. Tiffany Boyle CEO of @@Emergemagazine call in 347-633-9588.


     

  • THE COACH'S CORNER HOME OF INDIE HIP HOP "WHERE HIP HOP IS ALIVE"

    in Music

    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!  With Host: Coach Ali 


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  • 02:00

    In The Mix With Doctor A.T.

    in Music

    Host & CEO: PoeEtiq Co Host/ Music Director: Raw Dawg Co Host: John Lowe Co Host: Butter DeeJay: Doctor A.T. Magazine Editor & Chief : Myra MO To call: 213-559-2995 We now air 7 DAYS a week at 8pm Est| 7pm Cst| 6pm Mst| 5pm Pst 24/7 access www.blogtalkradio.com/hiphopnationalradio Sunday: Ministry Of Motivation with John Lowe Mon.| Wed.| Fri. Conference Call (Industry Focused) Raw Dawg & PoeEtiq Tue.| Thurs.| Sat. In The Mix With Doctor A.T. As a token of appreciation, for you tuning in, you or anyone you are connected with that does music we are offering FREE Airplay Yes, Get free Airplay today! It is as simple as 123 upload your radio ready MP3 @ www.hiphopnationalradio.com maximize your exposure now. Help us lift up & build up the unsigned music community by having 100 your fans request your music on twitter @hiphopnational or #hiphopnational "Taking Music From the Studio To the Bank!" Hip Hop National is Marketing and Management firm that is assisting Music Artist with preseting a professional presentation and portfolio to the Industry Inside Circle Of The Music Business We aim to educate will you help? Contact; 954.461.3398 for Booking and Details Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/hiphopnationalradio/2014/08/20/experience-vs-trial-and-error#ixzz3BRMSpa2T

  • 02:00

    In The Mix With Doctor A.T.

    in Music

    Host & CEO: PoeEtiq Co Host/ Music Director: Raw Dawg Co Host: John Lowe Co Host: Butter DeeJay: Doctor A.T. Magazine Editor & Chief : Myra MO To call: 213-559-2995 We now air 7 DAYS a week at 8pm Est| 7pm Cst| 6pm Mst| 5pm Pst 24/7 access www.blogtalkradio.com/hiphopnationalradio Sunday: Ministry Of Motivation with John Lowe Mon.| Wed.| Fri. Conference Call (Industry Focused) Raw Dawg & PoeEtiq Tue.| Thurs.| Sat. In The Mix With Doctor A.T. As a token of appreciation, for you tuning in, you or anyone you are connected with that does music we are offering FREE Airplay Yes, Get free Airplay today! It is as simple as 123 upload your radio ready MP3 @ www.hiphopnationalradio.com maximize your exposure now. Help us lift up & build up the unsigned music community by having 100 your fans request your music on twitter @hiphopnational or #hiphopnational "Taking Music From the Studio To the Bank!" Hip Hop National is Marketing and Management firm that is assisting Music Artist with preseting a professional presentation and portfolio to the Industry Inside Circle Of The Music Business We aim to educate will you help? Contact; 954.461.3398 for Booking and Details Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/hiphopnationalradio/2014/08/20/experience-vs-trial-and-error#ixzz3BRMSpa2T

  • 00:45

    The Bee Moe $lim Experience: The Iggy Azalea Effect on Hip-Hop

    in Music

    Iggy's been in the news of Hip-Hop so much lately that I couldn't ignore it any longer. Tonight, we discuss the controversy that has surrounded her recently. From beefs with Snoop Dogg and Azealia Banks to Q-Tip's admonishing tweets, this young lady has certainly caused some butthurt feelings to surface. But, is the controversy valid? Should the Black community be upset that Iggy has come in and been as successful as she has been? Can Blacks truly claim that a whole entire culture and genre of music is solely theirs?

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