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...AndYouDontStop!

Intro/Chuck Monologue – We Are Travon Martin by Plies
Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D

1. How It’s Done by Syndrome

Glocal Section Taking Local Artist Global and Global Acts Locally

1. Oddbeat by Oddateee

2. Standing Ovation by Most Valuable Mac

HH G Radio – Can You Hear Me Now – Flatline

Inspired By Fire by DJ Premier and Bumpy Knuckles

Songs In The The Right Direction - Wildman Steve

1. Zero Dark Thirty by Aesop Rock (Rhymesayers)

2. Can’t Get Enough by M Reck (Gutta Muzik)

3. Jordans and a Gold Chain by Tez McClain (RMG)

Hey DJ! The Wonder Twinz Mix 12_005

1. Out Of Control by Karson

2. Adrenaline by One Pham

3. Naughty Nation by Naughty By Nature

4. Party On Fifth by Mystery Rapper

5. Flyt Nonstop by Fly Street Gang

6. Love & Hip Hop by Skillz & Joe Tann

Gia'na Garel presents: Planet Earth Planet Rap with Mikko Kapanen and Amkelwa Mbekeni

1. Wacha by Orenge Marefaz (Kenya)
2. The Strongest Endz by Insane Macbeth and Reveal (UK)
3. Patriotas (Agent of Change remix) by Área 23 (Venezuela)

Hip Hop Queenz – Raven The Blazin’ Eurasian

Raven talks to Brooklyn artist L.A. about what made her decide to quit her job as a banker to become a rapper. The ladies also discuss L.A.'s musical influences, the rap albums she bought as a kid and hid from her mother, and finally how much success she had in 2 short years as an aritst. From gracing the stage of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival to being on the top 25 list of underground artists to watch on AllHipHop.com, it is safe to say L.A.'s is destined for great career in Hip-Hop. Raven also blesses listeners with two incredibe tracks by the energetic L.A.

The Library with Tim Einenkel – Interview with Rapper/Illustrator ILLUS
This Week In Hip Hop History (#78) – Duke Eatmon and Ron Maskell

This week on "This Day In Hip-Hop And Rap History" Duke And Ron celebrate the birthdays of Master P., Too $hort, G-Unit's Lloyd Banks, and producer extraordinaire Gary G-Wiz as well as commemorating historical album releases by RunDMC and the 1995 "Panther" soundtrack as well as the launching of MTV Jams.

Out-tro - Chuck D – Flight Up North by Idem and Dr. Shrink from Australia


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