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On this show we welcome special cohost Shaqir from Cape Town, South Africa to discuss the disconnect many descendants of African people in the states have with the Muthaland as well as recapping the previous shows with Lord Jamar.

We continue the conversation from last night's Pull Up Your Skirt show ( )with special guest Lord Jamar of Brand Nubian and guest hosts Mr. 7 Kasim Allah and Saladin Quanaah Allah of the Allah School in... more

Lord Jamar's fiery attack on the effeminization of black masculinity in hip hop with his heater Lift Up Your Skirt has got the internet in a frenzy. While entities that have no understanding and mean to hijack the discussion the song is... more

It's been several months since our last show. We return on this Hellday with a 30 min show to catch up our listeners with what's good in the hip hop world and abroad, it will be sort of like a shotgun effect being that we no longer are 2... more

Once a year we go through the charade of February being Black History Month. Black History Month needs to be a 12-MONTH THING and that's why we at TSR constantly keep the knowledge coming throughout the year, we don't wait for... more

On January 15th Chuck D and Public Enemy along with a dozen or more (mostly old school LA) hip-hop acts will put on a free concert for the down-on-their-luck residents of Los Angeles' desolate Skid Row district. The list of other performers... more

On our first show for Hip Hop History month we will be going over the past shows we had in October as well as be joined in the second hour by great TSR supporter and the maker and owner of Original Genetics Medicinal Cannabis,... more

Jamil Al-Amin (formerly known as H. Rap Brown) is a committed revolutionary in the Black Liberation Movement, former Chairman of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) author (peep Die Nigger Die!), and political... more

This is a special TSR show in conjuction with A Queen By All Means which will be an ode to all Underground Hip Hop Legends who are gone but not forgotten. Too many times in Hip Hop, artists have passed on without fulfilling their... more

Hip hop is a culture right? Is this issue an ill in our culture? Better believe it. We all know about Big Pun but more than that as a society as a whole how many of us know/knew someone in a dangerous relationship and didn't intervene at... more
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