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...AndYouDontStop!

Intro/Chuck Monologue – Throw It Away by Slaughterhouse feat. Swizz Beatz
Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D

1. Zig Zag Zig by Rampage feat. R.A. The Rugged Man

Glocal Section Taking Local Artist Global and Global Acts Locally

2. Daughters by Nina B (NYC)

3. Jeffrey by The Cornel West Theory (D.C.)

HH G Radio – Can You Hear Me Now – Flatline

Brain Bender by DJ JS1 feat. Prince Po, Canibus, Kool Keith, Ced Gee, Rahzel

Songs In The The Right Direction - Wildman Steve

1. Get It In by Public Enemy feat. Bumpy Knuckles (Enemy Records)

2. Get Up Stand Up by Public Enemy feat. Brother Ali (Enemy Records)

3. I Shall Not Be Moved by Public Enemy (Enemy Records)

Word! On The Street – Episode 51 - Morocco Greens and Mo feat GAM
Gia'na Garel presents: Planet Earth Planet Rap with Mikko Kapanen and Amkelwa Mbekeni

1. Rap Konciencia by Arianna Puello & Frank T (Spain)
2. Ingoma by Kanyi Mavi (South Africa)

Hip Hop Queenz – Raven The Blazin’ Eurasian

Tonight Raven features the first female producer to be on the show, Teflon Dawn. Straight out of Houston Texas, Teflon Dawn grew up highly influenced by the music of the 70s and and the 80s. Dawn's mother owned three record stores, and her brother was part of a band; music had been instilled in her as a baby. Tune in to hear which female artist was Dawn's biggest inspiration, and to hear tracks by Dawn that have never been heard on terrestrial radio before!

The Library with Tim Einenkle – Kool Moe Dee Interview PART 1
This Week In Hip Hop History (#82) – Duke Eatmon and Ron Maskell

This week on "This Day In Hip-Hop And Rap History” Duke & Ron celebrate the birthdays of DJ Spinderella of Salt 'N' Pepa, DJ Danger Mouse and No Limit rapper Mac as well as commemorate the release of historical albums by Chef Raekwon, DMX and Yours Truly Chuck D, on the solo tip, as well as looking back at New York City's first performance of the "Rock The Bells Tour."

Out-tro - Chuck D – Black and Strong by The Last Poets


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