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  • 02:21

    MONGO SKUNK URBAN PODCAST PURE SHOTS BASHMENT SHOW

    in Music

    TODAYS SHOW SEKMENT WAS TO FEATURE VARIOUS OTHER MUSIC BESIDE JUST REGGAE BUT SHIT CHANGE AND HERE'S ANOTHER CLASSIC REGGAGE SHOW PURE SHOTS THERW BINARY SOUND WAVES.(SHOW WAS INTERRUPTED SO WE BROUGHT IT BACK CHECK OUT INTRO 2 JAH BLESS)

    INTRO:MONGO SKUNK PT1

    QUEEN IFRICA:DADDY

    LADY K:MIDNIGHT LOVE

    INTRO:MONGO SKUNK PT2

    LADY K:MIDNIGHT LOVE

    FOXY BROWN:SORRY

    LEROY SIBBLES:PLAY THAT MELODY

    PAULELLIOTT:LIVE IT

    JAH VINCHI:RISE

    BRIGADER JERRY:BORN TO LOVE JAH

    YELLOW MAN:BLOODSTAIN

    GREGORY ISAACS:THE FUGITIVE

    LUCIANO FT CAPLETON:CAPLETON:PRAISE JAH

    PAUL ELLIOTT:SAME SET A PEOPLE DEM

    CHUCK FENDER:GASH DEM

    DEMARCO:DUPPY KNOW FI FRIGTEN

    TARRUS RILEY:SOUL GRABBER

    BEENIE MAN & BARRINGTON LEVY:MURDER

    BARRINGTON LEVY:MURDER

    KIBAKI&3 STAR:DAWG BARK

    MAD COBRA:PRESS TRIGGA

    BEENIE MAN:BULLET PROOF VEST 

    BOUNTY KILLER:BULLET PROOF SKIN

    ANTHONY B:BAD FROM LONG TIME 

    QUEEN IFRICA:DADDY

    PAUL ELLIOTT:DON'T CHANGE ON ME

    BEENIE MAN:KINGSTON HOT

    SUPER SAS:JAMICA HISTORY

    DJ.LONDON:LOVE

    RICHIE SPICE:BLOOD AGAIN

    STEPHEN MARLEY FT CAPLETON/SIZZLA:ROCK STONE

    YELLOW MAN FT BOUNTY KILLER/SHABBA RANKS/TIGER/CAPLETON/SIZZLA &MORE:CHAMPION

    SHABBA RANKS:NOW A DEM

    SIZZLA:BOBYLON EASE OFF

    BARRINGTON LEVY FT CAPLETON:DANGEROUS

    EeKA MOUSE:RUDE BOY JAMICAN

     

     

     

  • 02:20

    MONGO SKUNK URBAN PODCAST PURE SHOTS BASHMENT SHOW

    in Music

    TODAYS SHOW SEKMENT WAS TO FEATURE VARIOUS OTHER MUSIC BESIDE JUST REGGAE BUT SHIT CHANGE AND HERE'S ANOTHER CLASSIC REGGAGE SHOW PURE SHOTS THERW BINARY SOUND WAVES.(SHOW WAS INTERRUPTED SO WE BROUGHT IT BACK CHECK OUT INTRO 2 JAH BLESS)


    INTRO:MONGO SKUNK PT1


    QUEEN IFRICA:DADDY


    LADY K:MIDNIGHT LOVE


    INTRO:MONGO SKUNK PT2


    LADY K:MIDNIGHT LOVE


    FOXY BROWN:SORRY


    LEROY SIBBLES:PLAY THAT MELODY


    PAULELLIOTT:LIVE IT


    JAH VINCHI:RISE


    BRIGADER JERRY:BORN TO LOVE JAH


    YELLOW MAN:BLOODSTAIN


    GREGORY ISAACS:THE FUGITIVE


    LUCIANO FT CAPLETON:CAPLETON:PRAISE JAH


    PAUL ELLIOTT:SAME SET A PEOPLE DEM


    CHUCK FENDER:GASH DEM


    DEMARCO:DUPPY KNOW FI FRIGTEN


    TARRUS RILEY:SOUL GRABBER


    BEENIE MAN & BARRINGTON LEVY:MURDER


    BARRINGTON LEVY:MURDER


    KIBAKI&3 STAR:DAWG BARK


    MAD COBRA:PRESS TRIGGA


    BEENIE MAN:BULLET PROOF VEST 


    BOUNTY KILLER:BULLET PROOF SKIN


    ANTHONY B:BAD FROM LONG TIME 


    QUEEN IFRICA:DADDY


    PAUL ELLIOTT:DON'T CHANGE ON ME


    BEENIE MAN:KINGSTON HOT


    SUPER SAS:JAMICA HISTORY


    DJ.LONDON:LOVE


    RICHIE SPICE:BLOOD AGAIN


    STEPHEN MARLEY FT CAPLETON/SIZZLA:ROCK STONE


    YELLOW MAN FT BOUNTY KILLER/SHABBA RANKS/TIGER/CAPLETON/SIZZLA &MORE:CHAMPION


    SHABBA RANKS:NOW A DEM


    SIZZLA:BOBYLON EASE OFF


    BARRINGTON LEVY FT CAPLETON:DANGEROUS


    EeKA MOUSE:RUDE BOY JAMICAN


     


     


     

  • 02:01

    Smooth Jazz

    in Music

    This is Mike OLi, the host of Smooth Caribbean (Jazz) with a touch  more..., I wanna fulfill your need to relax, unwind and shake away this busy day.    I invite you to "visit for the experience"  Smooth Caribbean Jazz, soulful R&B and, music from The Mother Land - Africa . . . how about Lite Rock, as well as a touch of kool modern Jazz.  Looking forward too it.  Check out our music channel 'WatchMusicChannel.com' or www.Kalalloo.com to catch-up with us anything you might have missed.

  • 01:13

    Jerk Chicken & Underground R.R. w/Pan African & Burial Ground Historian Rasul

    in Education

    "Escaped Africans today referred to as Maroons, are said to have hunted the wild boar common to the region, then preserved it for days in a spice-heavy marinade. When it came time to cook the meat, the Maroons dug holes in the ground, filled them with charcoal, and buried the meat in the holes, which they then covered so as not to produce smoke and attract the attention of those that would bring them back into slavery."


    Tonight, Join The Gist of Freedom as we welcome historian T. Rasul Murray! Although suffering from jet lag from his trip to Africa, Rasul has agreed to lecture on the African Diaspora and it's international impact of the African Burial Ground, in New York. Rasul a licensed New York City Tour Guide serves as an a volunteer historical interpreter and griot at the African Burial Ground National Monument. He conducts interpretive tours of the monument and walking tours of the old city and its African pass. He  also conducts private tours of his city, including a tour of Old Manhattan and Its African Past, Harlem, and an introduction to New York for the first time visitor.



    A life-long cultural and political activist, Rasul served as a field secretary for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, staffed the 1963 March on Washington and has been a community organizer and manager and administrator of a variety of community programs in New York City.



    His work has appeared in African Voices, Black World, The Journal of Black Poetry, Expressions, Esprit, Black Creations, McCalls Magazine, and other magazines and journals both here and abroad.



    Topic of discussion:
    Jerk Chicken and The underground Railroad
    Ashesi, university in Africa
    Kwame Nkrumah tomb, Accra, Ghana
    African Renaissance Monument, Dakar, Senegal
    Gorée Island,  Senegal
    Elmina Castle, Elmina Ghana


    W.E.B. Du Bois

  • 00:38

    Harvard Prof. Vincent Brown discuss Interactive Revolt Map

    in Education

    Dr. Vincent Brown, Creator of Brilliant Interactive Slave Revolt Map


    Join The Gist of Freedom Sunday at 8pm ET  ~  as iLyasah Shabzz welcomes Vincent Brown, a professor of African and African-American History at Harvard.


    "Dr. Brown, has made study of the Transatlantic Slave Trade accessible in a new way. He has created a brilliant interactive map of Jamaican uprisings in the 18th century called, “Slave Revolt in Jamaica, 1760-1761, A Cartographic Narrative.” 


    "Brown teamed up with Axis Maps to do the project. “An emerging alliance between historians and mapmakers promises to enlighten public perceptions of black insurrection… debated whether the  insurrections were spontaneous eruptions or a carefully planned affair,”Cartographic evidence developed in collaboration with Axis Maps shows that the rebellion was in fact a well-planned affair that posed a genuine strategic threat, not an indiscriminate outburst.”


    Deacon Samuel Sharpe THE OUTSTANDING leader of the 1831 Christmas slave revolt!


    On the last night of the holidays December 27, the St James militia marched on the estate to ensure slaves returned to work. The black revolters  reacted to the militia's presence by setting fire to Kensington estate. By midnight, 16 other estates were burning, and a rebellion was on the way, led by some of Sharpe's most trusted lieutenants.


    The rebels routed the first militia that confronted them, and roamed over the countryside, destroying plantations. The slavers and their families fled, leaving 50,000 enslaved blacks suddenly free. Sharpe moved among the estates, counselling and praying, but matters were now beyond his control. 

  • 02:03

    The Hump Day Show with Vicki Acquah aka Momma O

    in Spirituality

    Vicki Acquah,My teenage years spent in the 1960's was a life of selfless love for my people,always promoting ,supporting,and encouraging the upliftment/and freedom or our rights on this planet, esp. in our own homeland AFRICA. My Name AllrounQueen was given to me by my Jamican friends THE BAND who heard me do spoken word freestyle , Among many things I was An Enterainment writer and interviewed plenty Stars. Myself tho many have tried neverwanted to be Celebrated,for fear of losing my freedom, People who knew knew, and I could remain in the shadows doing what needed to be done.At the age of 63,I may die a pulper but I lived as a Queen! due to the respect of my loved ones my friends... which reach globally. I may be missed and I will be a. by some, others not so much, but I know you HEARD ME, even those that play like they didnt has changed tunes... And thats's my legacy.