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In a male dominated music genre, female mc's are underrated yet always relevant in the rap game. Though it maybe harder to earn their way into the rap game, female mc's have been gracing the mic since hip hop was in it's infancy. From the slick lyricism of the 80's to raw unfiltered hard hitting styles of the 90's to the flashy vulgar, seductive and provocative style of the 2000's. Women have always held their own in the rap game. Join your hosts Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as they she'd light and give recognition to the female mc's.
When was the last time you heard some good r&b and not some"pop" songs? Rhythm and blues is an essential part of that melanated sound we all love yet, over time it has become more underrated and ventured into the realm of being "pop music". Getting back to that real r&b with real soul and spirit within the music. Music with real emotions that can be felt through every ear and every heart of the listener. Join your host Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as they bring that real r&b sound back to the forefront of our melanated sounds. If you have any requests, let us know and we'll play and dedicate the song to you.
This week on melanated music and culture we will discussing the the change from old school hip hop to new school hip hop. We will discuss what is and what isn't real hip hop, who are the major players of this transition and how can we restore what has been lost. What new and up and coming artists to watch out for mainstream or underground. And who are today's rappers who keep real hip hop alive without losing who they're or what they believe in. We will be talking on how to own, control and distribute own music like we did in the beginning, promote our selfs. We will even discuss r&b, neo soul and other urban sounds that we love and still listen to. We will be taking calls, getting opinions and thoughts on the who, the what and the how on melanated sounds.
Remember when southern rap came to prominence? With people like scarface and the ghetto boys, Jermain dupree and his so so def lable and the rap duo outkast who became a leading group carrying into the 2000's. At the turn of the millennium southern rap dominated the rap game. Setting trends with fashion, snap music, Cronk music and trap music. Who was the king of the south? Why was it so important to be the king? Beefs settled but as these great artist faded, a new wave of rappers filled the void left behind, or did they? Join your host Jeremy Carter, Jesse Bachelor Parris and Jerry Hayes Jr. as they get into what has happened to the southern rap game and how can it bounce back.
Last week we touched on 80's Hip Hop and it's infancy, now we bring the the raw 90's. Some say it was the golden era, others say it was destructive. The even say it was very bad for the black community, activists, feminists and politicians alike lobbied to have it banned yet it still produced some of the best mc's. Some of the most influential groups and pioneers of it's time. A lot of the music is still kept alive and even the younger generation are wishing they were born back then to experience that raw music that shook up the masses. With acts like Biggie, 2Pac, Jay-z, Nas and many others who's music are considered timeless and classic. Was 90's Hip Hop destructive and a disgrace or was it the true golden era of RAP music? Join your hosts Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as they go back to the raw 90
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Welcome to Melanated Music and Culture Radio Show. Sunday Dec. 6, 2015 join Jeremy, Jesse, and Jerry as these brothers go in on the life and career of Tupac Shakur. The best and the worst of one of the most prolific story teller every to speak over a melody. Was Tupac the greatest MC to ever grace the mic, was he a rapper and rapper alone, a poet, story teller? To help answer these questions join us on 12/6/2015 at 9:00pm EST. When Tupac is brought up in any conversation, many things come to mind, we want to know what comes to your mind, join us as we dissect the artist Sunday Dec. 6,2015 on Melanin And Power Radio Network.
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Last week we touched on 90's Hip Hop and the social issues surrounding our culture, now we bring the the raw 90's. Some say it was the golden era, others say it was destructive. The even say it was very bad for the black community, activists, feminists and politicians alike lobbied to have it banned yet it still produced some of the best mc's. Some of the most influential groups and pioneers of it's time. A lot of the music is still kept alive and even the younger generation are wishing they were born back then to experience that raw music that shook up the masses. With acts like Biggie, 2Pac, Jay-z, Nas and many others who's music are considered timeless and classic. Was 90's Hip Hop destructive and a disgrace or was it the true golden era of RAP music? Join your hosts Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as they go back to the raw 90's hip hop sound for a second time.
The 1980's, the infancy of hip hop where it all started. The decade brought us Curtis Blow, dougie fresh, LL cool j, run dmc amongst others. With the iconic record lables known as Def Jam and Boogie Down Productions. Revolutionary dancers, graffiti artist and talented dj's and the birth of the "MC". The 1980's hip hop bought an iconic and revolutionary music genre the paved the way for many others to show their skills. Join your host Jeremy Jesse and Jerry as they take a look about and explore the Genesis of the hip hop culture.
ALLBLACKEVERYTHING tonight will be dedicated to Sis. Tiffany James and all the other sisters who have lost their lives to the constant and relentless assault on the black woman.
On tonight's episode we will take a long hard look at the global assault on the Afrikan woman. Why is it she goes unprotected throughout the world. What does this mean for the future of our people ? What are some solutions?
Also tonight ABE will launch its BOB ( Black Owned Business) spotlight !!! Tonight we will be joined by bro. Andre Lovelace founder and owner of The Nubian Experience, a clothing line celebrating our culture for our people. He will share with us his vision and give some advice for those of us looking to do it for ourselves.
Join Sista Tria and Bro. Kuji along with the entire Culture Freedom Family as we talk about the issues that matter to us. The time 9 pm est. The call in number is 347-850-8030. Call in this is our discussion our time Our voice ...We All We Got . Abibifahodie!!!
Rakim, often regarded as one of the greatest and most influential Mc's to touch the mic. While generating what is regarded as one of the best albums in Paid And Full with dj eric b. Some of the greatest artist have cited Rakim as their biggest influence in the rap game. Join your hosts Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as they give recognition to one of the greatest rap lyricist off all time.
Have you ever wondered why artist can sell millions and still be broke, or change who they once were to sell records? We call that "the industry", the money making machine behind record production and promotion. Multi-million dollar deals with cash advances to start to projects only for everyone else to get paid before you. Could the speculations or murders, bankruptcies and fraud be true? Join your host Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as they discuss the " the industry" and it's major players.
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