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Check Episode 48 of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast. Check out Episode 46 of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast. Check us out as we play some heated joints by the likes of M.O.P. & Freddie Foxxx, The LOX, J Dilla & Frank n Dank, and others. The hottest topics of the week get love while we shoot the gift about the culture as usual.
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IT'S TUESDAY MORNING...the cowpote podcasts..is in the house...just trying a new mic..1HR OF PODCASTING..sports talk..NFL...NHL...MLB..MAYBE NBA...yea right..speculation sports..always in the treehouse...BITCH PLEASE..mybe some ghost hunting..ARE THE GHOSTS UP?..ufo talk..AND OF COURSE..SELF-HELP...if you make bad choices..WELL..not my problem people...CURRENT EVENTS.....live on SPREAKER...my the mighty big shoe..IHEARTRADIO...tweet and facebook the show..YOUTUBE..cowpote1...let's talk news this morning...it snowing...OH MY...rugburn is in the house..WHO WILL BE THE IMBEICLE OF THE SHOW..and away go people..AND OF COURSE..all trolls welcome..gang stalking welcome as well..scams..hell yes..scam way,,,hell ya
Peace and love everyone! As always, big things happening in NY's rap radio game, as long time DJ/personality Cipha Sounds has parted ways with iconic NY rap station Hot 97. It is the latest in a long-running (de)volution happening at the once-heralded "home of hip hop." We'll discuss what Cipha's departure means for the NY rap radio game, and for Cipha Sounds himself.
Aside from that, an artist we have been supporting for a very long time has finally begun to get the widespread attention many have been waiting for. Joey Bada$$ had a strong opening week with B4.DA.$$, his anticipated debut release. We'll talk about how people felt about the project, and what it means for New York rap as well as indie hip hop in general.
We'll also hear from artist/entrepreneur Mic Handz, the creative force behind T.H.E.M. Recordings and The Writter's Block concert series. They are putting together a great show this week, and you'll definitely want to know about it.
All this, plus your LIVE phone calls and chatter in the chat room, live at 10pm.
Two amazing topics tonight, interspersed with our usual rundowns of New York hip hop music and culture.
One, well two, of our favorite guests will be joining us for the third straight year, as Lah Tere and Kathleen Adams call in to discuss this year's "Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen," a wonderful annual event that takes place at Hostos Community College in the Bronx. The one-day long event features a stunning lineup of women, performers, guest speakers, entrepreneurs and activists, all convening to shed light on important women's issues, as well as general issues, but from a female perspective.
Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen is an extremely family friendly, all-ages event, and is one of the best opportuinities to witness the positive power of the hip hop community, particularly when it comes to women and girls. We are proud to be official media sponsors of this event, and urge all who can, to attend.
We'll also discuss the whether or not "old school" hip hop is getting the proper "respect," around the country and in business. This issue was sparked by a Daily Beast article, proclaiming that Hip Hop's OGs were not getting their respect, from hip hop radio and media in particular.
Show host and journalist Manny Faces took excception to the portrayal, even thuogh the author had some valid points. Read Manny's rebuttal, and join us live to discuss the issue.
Tonight we contiue our Tuesdays Mixtape Listening party with Gucci's Mane's lastest project from incareation. Views from Zone 6. This is the Platinum artist of last year. Dropping more projects from jail than artist who are free in the streats!
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Countre Boi is one of holy hip-hop’s up incoming front runners, has a story that resembles most artists; however, there is one aspect of his story that he doesn’t share with many of his counterparts. This is Countre Boi’s third attempt to become renowned for his rapping and songwriting gifts. And, by the looks of his progress as an artist today, the third time’s a charm. His first album “Refined” is laced with a unique sound from beginning to end, and won Album of The Year at the 2014 Rhythm of Gospel Awards. His first mixtape which released in 2014 is nominated for six 2015 Rhythm of Gospel Awards.Not to mention, after one conversation with him about music, his smile and exuberance for his craft makes you think that he just joined the game. “While there have been pain and tears, I have learned in this industry that you have to have patience. My break is coming because music is in me. I love music. God gave this talent to me to use, and I will use it to the best of my ability to influence people,” says the married father of four boys. He is doing just that these days as a solo artist, but that wasn’t always the case.Countre Boi’s journey in the industry began about nine years ago with a run- of-the-mill rap group called Trap County Boys. “We came out and did shows, but it didn’t quite turn out right. We were talking about selling dope, robbing, and, to be honest, I don’t like to make songs about things that I am not doing myself. I’m not getting on a song about smoking weed, selling dope and robbing when I’m not doing any of that. So, I didn’t feel right about being in the group. I felt like a liar, and I just wasn’t into it. So I decided to leave.”
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