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…AndYouDon'tStop! - 07.18.14


• Intro/Chuck Monologue
The Roots feat. Raheem DeVaughn - Tomorrow

• Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D
01. Joell Ortiz - Music Saved My Life

• SPITdigital presents Spit Of The Week
02. Cormega feat. Raekwon Honorable - Mega Philosophy

• Occupy Free Air and FreedArtists.org present The Global Section Taking Local Artists Globally and Global Acts Locally across NYC and the World
03. Jabee - Dreams (Oklahoma City)

• HHG Radio – Can You Hear Me Now - The HipHopGods segment featuring Flatline from www.HipHopGods.com where classic RAP lives on and on
04. J. Rawls featuring Masta Ace - Bills

• Songs In The Right Direction - Wildman Steve
01. Jazz Spastiks - Dumb feat. Yesh
02. Slum Village - We On feat. Kam Corvet
03. Dialated Peoples - Show Me The Way feat. Aloe Blacc (Prod. by Jake One)

• DJ Terminator X presents: The Edge of Panic
01. Sammy Davis Jr. - Barretta
02. Birdman ft The Clipse - What happed to That Boy
03. Craig Mack - Style
04. Wu Tang Clan - Can It All Be So Simple
05. Adina Howard - Freak Like Me
06. Lady Of Rage - Afro Puffs
07. Michael Jackson - They Dont Care About Us
08. Gang Starr - You Know My Steez
09. Redman ft Eric Sermon - Whateva Man
10. Nappy Roots - Po' Folks
11. Rocko ft Nas and Alozzio - Hustle

• Gia'na Garel presents: Planet Earth Planet Rap with Mikko Kapanen and Amkelwa Mbekeni
This week on PEPR South African Raheem Kemet from the city of Durban with his song 'Shout Out' as well as Welelo from Barcelona, Spain, with his song 'Speak the Truth'.

01. Raheem Kemet - Shout Out (South Africa)
02. Welelo feat. Shabo - Speak the Truth (Spain)

• The Library With Tim Einenkel - Chuck D Part 1
This week on The Library, we air part 1 of Tim's conversation with me from my home in Roosevelt, Long Island. In the interview we discuss, the use of the N-Word in hip-hop culture, why commercial radio is still influential and why Major Labels still have an appeal to upcoming artists, even though they should not.

• This Week In Hip Hop History (#194) – Duke Eatmon and Ron Maskell
This week on “This Day In Hip-Hop & Rap History” Duke & Ron celebrate the birthday of Brooklyn, New York MC Ill Bill. Duke & Ron also commemorate the release of historical albums by Above The Law, Masta Ace, Bone Crusher, Sadat X, Gumbo and a hit song by The Roots!

The RAPstation Top 10 Select
01. KRS-One - Hip Hop Is One
02. Pharoahe Monch - Broken Again
03. Common - Kingdom ft. Vince Staples
04. Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark- "Bouillon (feat. Del & Murs)
05. Buckshot & P-Money -Sweetest Thing (feat. T'Nah [Tina] Apex)
06. Supersonic - Amy True
07. Jeru the Damaja - Point Blank
08. John Robinson & PVD f. Choose Your Words Wisely (feat. Melinda Camille)
09. Reks - I, Visionary featuring Termanology
10. Descendent - Move Something

Outro
The Roots - When The People Cheer
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