Intro/Chuck Monologue – Nineteen Seventy Something by MA DOOM (Masta Ace and M.F. Doom)
Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D
1. Feel The Heartbeat by Treacherous 3
Glocal Section Taking Local Artist Global and Global Acts Locally
2. Save My Generation by The Phony PPL (Brooklyn, NY)
3. Cold As Ice by Teri “Lyric” Green (Chicago)
HH G Radio – Can You Hear Me Now – Flatline
Key To The City by Large Professor
Songs In The The Right Direction - Wildman Steve
1. Hardbody by Big Shug feat. Fat Joe & M.O.P. (Brick Records)
2. Real Serious by Oh No feat. Evidence and Alchemist (Brick Records)
3. Ron’s Theme by Ron Artiste (Roc C & Chali 2na) feat. Ed O.G. (Kash Roc Entertainment)
Gia'na Garel presents: Planet Earth Planet Rap with Mikko Kapanen and Amkelwa Mbekeni –
This week we have Raiza Biza from Rwanda and Zimbabwean Max who are both based in New Zealand and they have released an EP called Caged Lion which is a free download. The second song is by Finland's hottest emcee - now also an actor after his first role in a major film - Congolese born Gracias.
1. Said & Done by Raiza and Max (New Zealand)
2. Bars by Gracias and JTT (Finland)
Hip Hop Queenz – Raven The Blazin’ Eurasian
Tonight, Raven features 19 year old Remy Remz straight out of Rocky Mount NC on this installment of Hip-Hop Queenz. Find out who influences her to rap and what she finds to be the hardest part about breaking into entertainment as a young Palestinian female from a town that does not have the biggest opportunities for her to shine.
The Library with Tim Einenkle – Kool Moe Dee Interview PART 2
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 the legendary Kurtis Blow, Lil' Cease of Junior M.A.F.I.A., Freeway of State Property, Gangsta Boo, and 2 of our beloved fallen hip-hop soldiers Professor X. of X-Clan and MCA of The Beastie Boys. Duke & Ron also commemorate the release of N.W.A'.s historical 1st album!!!
Out-tro - Chuck D – The Liner Notes by Evidence feat. Aloe Blacc (Rhymesayers)