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Join hosts The Bad Seed & Nadine Michel as they welcome concious MC and activist Pharoahe Monch to the show to discuss his new song STAND YOUR GROUND, in lieu of the Zimmerman verdict. We will be opening phone lines to get YOUR take on the verdict! Speak up!!!
Die4 Productions & The Hype Magazine Present Die4 Radio. Join Diar Lansky, Madd Phour & The Die4 Crew as they interview the Best that has ever have done it past and present. Die4 Radio always playing the Best Hip Hop from East To West. For great conversation and a glimpse of True School Hip Hop at it's best, Tune In. Call in at 646-200-4945 Press 1 to speak with host. Tonights Special Guests are Cappadonna of Wu Tang Clan, Pharoahe Monch & Shabaam Sahdeeq.
Die4 Productions & The Hype Magazine Present Die4 Radio. Join Diar Lansky, Madd Phour & Sneek Rothstein & The Die4 Crew as they interview the Best that has ever have done it past and present. Die4 Radio always playing the Best Hip Hop from East To West. For great conversation and a glimpse of True School Hip Hop at it's best, Tune In. Call in at 646-200-4945 Press 1 to speak with host. Tonights Special Guests are Pharoahe Monch, Fresh Kid Ice & Egyptian Lover.
The Newest edition to the Die4 radio team. Tune in every Saturday and rock out with Sneek Rothstein. You never know whos gonna be in the building.
Music is infinite and Hotwordz Lyrical Theatre0 is about spreading the creation of the very talented in the independent music world.
Gforce7 means Gods forcing Gods to be God. That is the purpose and motto of GFORCE7.The production duo Khalik and Born make up GFORCE7 who started collaborating in 2008 acting as a collective called Evolution BeKnown. They are based in Atlanta and realized the similarities that existed between them. The music drew them together causing them to start working on projects together. Khalik and Born both grew up having vast variety of music influences in their music showing they had their ears to the right beat to the lyrical genius of The Bomb Squad, A Tribe Called Quest, Pete Rock, DJ Premier, J Dill, Madib, 9th Wonder and many others.
"The big man with a big voice and a bigger heart." This is one of the best ways to describe Marrque Nunley.With a voice straight out of the school of Chuck D and KRS-ONE and the lyrical dexterity of Pharoahe Monch and Common, Marrque has established a unique and heavily influential presence in the world of Hip Hop and Poetry in his home of Wichita, KS, where he is no stranger to the stage.
Marrque Nunley, an award winning poet, 'Que (as he's affectionately known by his friends) believes in the art of expression and continues to encourage anyone brave enough to get behind the mic and speak. He supports the art and knows it is the greatest way to capture and relate the human experience. "And at the end of the day, that's what it's all about: being human".~Marrque Nunley
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On this special Sunday Edition of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast, we will annouce the winners of the Hip-Hop 365 Hippys for 2014. The Catergories are:
Best Up and Coming Artist
Verse of the Year
Exclusive Performance of The Year
Moment of The Year
Best Song of The Year
Best Retail Album
Best Non-Retail Album
Producer of the Year
Most Slept On MC
Best Video of The Year:
Emcee of The Year:
Hip-Hop 365 Presents Tissue In The Tape:
This week's edition of Tissue In The Tape features us discussing our favorite songs of the 2014 thus far. We do not cheat you and proceed to play the new Jeezy and Jay Z track, Seen It All. As usual, we discuss the biggest stories of the past week in Hip-Hop and weigh in on the highs and lows. We even take time to hone on the Your Old Droog = Nas mystery specifics and eventually ran down our list of standout tracks.
Shout to Cyhi The Prynce, Pharohe Monch x Black Thought, and Joell Ortiz. They made the 3 consensus tracks that we played during the show.
When it comes to best of 2014 thus far, we done seen it all. Get some of this #officialtissue.
Happy Birthday, Murica.
A nice dark Monday deserves some fresh soulful music. As always R&B in the first half and then Hip Hop to end things off.
1. Intro - Intro
2. Elle Varner - I Don’t Care
3. Phonte - Ball & Chain
4. Charles Bradely - Strictly Reserved For You
5. Gregory Porter - Musical Genocide
6. Robert Glasper feat. Faith Evans - You Own Me
7. Mary J. Blige- Love No Limit
8. Edo. G - Hold U
9. Focus... - I know...
10. Pharoahe Monch - Still Standing feat. Jill Scott
11. Statik Selektah feat. Lecrae, Posdnuos & Termanology- Game Break
12. O&O - Your Luv
Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Music Monday!
We are listening to Macy Gray's album, The Trouble With Being Myself, a jewel of an album from 2003, and her last for Epic records. It garnered positive reviews, and we love it.
Who: Macy Gray
What: The Trouble With Being Myself
When: April 28, 2003
When I See You
It Ain't The Money (featuring Pharoahe Monch)
She Ain't Right For You
Things That Made Me Change
She Don't Write Songs About You
Jesus For A Day
My Fondest Childhood Memories
Every Now And Then
Hip Hop with dope lyrics and hot beats, no trap, radio, strip club music. Back to that boom bap gutter Hip Hop.
1. Intro - Intro
2. The Lox - Talk About It
3. D. Ray - Diamonds & Gold
4. Dose - Kings Vision
5. Freddie Gibbs feat. Freeway - Anything To Survive
6. O&O - Commonwealthn Blues
7. 9thmatic feat. Big Remo - 1000 ft
8. Focus feat. Phonte - UH!
9. Blaq Poet feat. N.O.R.E. - Hate
10. Pharoahe Monch - Clap
11. Nas - Loco-Motive
12. Tru Masta feat Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Method Man & Inspectah Deck - The 4 Horsemen
As a producer, he has lent his hand to such artists as; Janet Jackson, Pharoahe Monch, Bobby Creekwater, Vickie Winans, Jadakiss, Lin Rountree, Anita Baker, Jay Electronica, Jeymes Samuel, Ryan Leslie, and Amp Fiddler. In 2011 his music was featured in the AT&T “Swag/FLY ERRR” commercial.
At just 32 years old, he is a taste and hit-maker with an undeniable track record. As an artist B. has performed and toured alongside some of the industry's finest including; Talib Kweli, Morris Day and The Time, Kim Burrell, Robert Glasper, Derrick Hodge, The Isley Brothers, George Duke, The Last Poets, Musiq Soulchild, Geno Young, Jaguar Wright, Kelis, Gene Dunlap, Sy Smith, Zo!, Joe Sample, Norman Brown, Wyclef, Raheem DeVaughn, Martha Reeves and Jonathan Butler just to name a few. Along with national tours, B. has also graced the stages of all of Detroit's premier venues and clubs including; The Fox Theatre, Chene Park, Freedom Hill, Detroit Opera House, Hart Plaza, The Music Hall, The Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History, Baker’s Keyboard Lounge, The Key Club, and Bert’s Jazz Marketplace.