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Check your watch, no doubt its time! Its Nod Your Head Wednesday on the D-Hour Radio network and on this show as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming Hip Hop artists as well as celebrities! We'll be bringing you interviews from celebrities, new, amateur, and independent artists. Don't forget to listen to the Nod Your Head 4Some 4 back to back hits from the incredible artists we showcase all the time on the show. Check out Logikal1's Hip Hop Review and much much more! We will be giving you all of this at the top of D-Hour!!! Its Wednesday so just sit back and relax and kick it with your boy Logikal1 and Company! So stay tuned and keep your ears locked!!
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Hip-Hop 365 x Tissue In The Tape Episode 9: Witness the strength of street Knowledge was we cover:
- The NWA Biopic and the groups impact
- Angie Martinez moving On
- Black Thought is still the Best Emcee In The World
- Can Clint Dempsey Kick it???
- T.I. being TIP
- Ghost get Emojional
- Youtube not a fan of indis
- TBS lives the Good(ie) Life
- Spurs plead the Fizzith
- Hip-Hop 365 Week In Review
HTP/PEACE! Welcome to another pure light frequency transmission. Take a trip with Amun-Ra to the Left Coast/West Coast. Sitting in with Amun is 1-800- Scott Free repping South West Detroit. Amun & 1-800 are the founders of the group OCP. Being that Scott Free now resides in Sunny California he has the inside scoop on the grimy underground of L.A! We will be transmitting some conscious hip-hop from KILLAH KALIFORNIA
Also joining us are two Dope, Talented brothers from California.
STERN MA'AT BEY The C.E.O of Sternizm Productions a music production, multimedia, music business consultant and community activist company. blogtalkradio.com/stern74
OJI -Oji is an American rapper/singer/musician/graphic artist/father/truth seeking dream weaver.
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DRODIAN PODCAST *REMIXED* #8 FT. MARC XYOUNG HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ALL OF YOU APRIL BABIES! I’M BRINGING YOU ANOTHER EPISODE OF SHAMELESS PROMOTION, HELPFUL VITALITY INFORMATION, DOPE MUSIC!, TRUTH, AND MY SIGNATURE ARTIST INTERVIEW. PROPS TO THE NEW SPONSOR OF … Continue reading →
Dawn Penn's earliest recordings were composed and written by Dawn Penn around 1966 using session musicians. In 1967 she recorded the rocksteady single, "You Don't Love Me" produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One. She also recorded "Why Did You Leave" at Studio One, "Broke My Heart" for Bunny Lee, "I Let You Go Boy" and covers of "To Sir with Love" and "Here Comes the Sun".By 1970 Penn had left the music industry and had moved to the Virgin Islands.In 1987, however, she returned to Jamaica and to music.
In the summer of 1992 she was invited to appear on stage at a Studio One anniversary show, where she performed the song "You Don’t Love Me" with Steely & Clevie as backing musicians. The performance was a success, and she returned to the recording studio to re-record the song for the tribute album Steely & Clevie Play Studio One Vintage. It was released as the single "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" over a year later, reaching the charts in the U.S. and Europe, plus hitting #1 in her native Jamaica, and making #3 in the UK Singles Chart. Penn's next album, No, No, No, was released on Big Beat Records in 1994.
Subsequently, "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" has been sampled and covered by the artists Kano, Hexstatic, Jae Millz, Ghostface Killah, Mims, Eve featuring Stephen Marley and Damian Jr. Gong Marley. Their versions were all renamed as "No, No, No", bar Ghostface's, which was named "New Splash". The song was performed by Blue King Brown on the Australian youth radio network Triple J programme "Like a Version" 2006.
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