SORT BY Relevancy
Normally, we are talk radio. Like sports talk radio, just hip hoppier. SInce we have a no-music policy (aside from an occasional 'song-of-the-week') we thought it'd be cool to dedicate an episode to New York hip hop music, with music.
Listen to a live mix by show host Manny Faces, with commentary before, during and after between him and co-host Steven Ortiz, and enjoy some New York-flavored hip hop music, old and new, from both well-known, mainstream and dope independent and underground artists.
FOR FULL INFO/PLAYLIST visit www.NYHipHopReport.com
Greg Doss Show Disclaimer: “I am not an attorney. I do not practice law or give legal advice. I, as any of you can and SHOULD, study law and tell people what I have learned and how I gathered the information. I do not give any information as advice to apply to a specific case, but as general information regarding the law, which, by the way, belongs to the people. Please use the information for educational purposes only.
The Greg Doss is on High Frequency Radio from Monday through Thursday. Greg brings the ManMindset and High Frequency Radio together every Wednesday Night at 6:30 pm PST /9:30 pm EST!
Greg gives “PUBLIC” insight on a variety of topics including Constitutional Principles, Case Law, Historically Relevant Court Decisions, and a host of other meaningful subjects! Greg provides personal testimony as well as documented and substantiated proof of his success inside and outside of the “venue”!
Listen to Greg Doss Live on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5:00 pm PST / 8:00 pm EST! Listen to Greg Doss every Tuesday at 10 am PST / 1 pm EST! To interact with Greg Doss, call (424) 222-5250 or go to www.gregdoss.com and click one of the links above or below the microphone!
Tonight, August 6, 2014: Rap/Hip-Hop Music and its ties to Willie Lynch, the Prison Industrial Complex, Single Parent Homes, and Historical Perspective: What role, if any, has Hip-Hop played in the DEMISE or RISE of the "Black Experience" in America?
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas, & Rodney Smith with our guest(s): Larry "LAK" Henderson & Kenny Pugh
Our Topic(s) today: “Using Hip Hop Music To Educate & National Celibacy Awareness Month ”
If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600
Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
Join Destiny Empowerment Hour as we sit down with Hip Hop Rapper "Krazie Boy" to dicuss "Music is my Destiny"
Leroy Clark, (born October 3, 1988) better known by his stage name as Krazie Boy, a local rapper/writer from his home town of Alexandria, LA.
Since 1996 to the present, Krazie Boy has accomplished task from school talents shows to performances in locals clubs and radio show interviews and online blogs.
Krazie Boy starred as a guest appearance on the “Lee Lee Arthur Show Case” with Ms. Celeta McCall and also a part of her online blog talk.show and has made many other musical appearances.
He wants to through his music, achieve becoming on overall successful music artist and writer. But most important making his city a better place, reducing crime in youth, reduce poverty and give back to his community. Krazie Boy is an artist who is striving for better and continuously aiming for perfection!
Real Soul Music Talk Radio Host DJ Jano-G and team discuss the topic of hiphop music. Where is it going? Where have it been? What is the state of hiphop? Please join us in the dialoge. Peace.
Nappy Tee, also known as, the "New Jersey Born, West Coast, Dirty South Chick up in this click", is a Hip Hop music diva who writes, raps, sings, and performs. Anyone who appreciates music knows that "It's all in the mix". Listening to music by Nappy Tee is like having fried chicken with caviar, rich with soulful and bold flavor, juicy and sweet, and addictive and easy to ingest. That's what Nappy Tee calls "Booshetto", a special blend of "booshie" and ghetto. Mix music from 'the streets' with music from 'the suites' and you know the result is the rhymes that Nappy Tee is picking from her 'fro.
For more info on Nappy Tee, visit our Blog at http://www.TheSashaMarinaShow.com