Intro/Chuck Monologue – Mourning In America by Brother Ali (Produced By Jake One from Seattle)
Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D
1. You Gotta Believe by Lovebug Starski
2. At The Fever by Lovebug Starski
Glocal Section Taking Local Artist Global and Global Acts Locally
3. Nobody Knows by Jynx Itayl (Produced by Nujabes)
3. Cold As Ice by Teri “Lyric” Green (Chicago)
HH G Radio – Can You Hear Me Now – Flatline
Cherry Wine by Nas feat. Amy Winehouse
Songs In The The Right Direction - Wildman Steve
1. 8 Bit Blues (Chicago To LA) by Kid Koala (Ninja Tune)
2. M.A. Pt. 2 by The Mood Doctors feat. Shortie No Mas (Pandemonium Wreckordsz/Narcata)
3. Fever by DJ NuMark (Hot Plate Records)
Gia'na Garel presents: Planet Earth Planet Rap with Mikko Kapanen and Amkelwa Mbekeni
This week on Planet Earth Planet Rap the first song is recently released remix from the Netherlands. The artist Vieira ZPK has got a few of his fellow Dutch Cape Verdian rappers with him to celebrate the culture of their community. Also featured on PEPR we have a brand new song from South Africa. It was only released yesterday and while the emcees are many – some of the top ones of the country – this is a producer track and it’s produced by Hipe who has been responsible for many South African under- and overground classics.
1. Nos E Que Nos Remix by Vieira ZPK (the Netherlands)
2. Intergalactic Crew by Hipe (South Africa)
Hip Hop Queenz – Raven The Blazin’ Eurasian
Tonight, Raven highlights Philadelphia Emcee Supreme Bahamadia.
The Library with Tim Einenkle – Kool Moe Dee Interview PART 3
This Week In Hip Hop History (#94) – Duke Eatmon and Ron Maskell
This week on "This Day In Hip-Hop And Rap History," Duke & Ron celebrate the birthdays of the legendary Pos of De La Soul, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest, and Nipsey Hussle as well as the release of historical albums by N.W.A. and Cuban Link. Duke & Ron also look at the release of a classic flick starring the Fat Boys and "The Birth Of Hip-Hop" courtesy of the legendary DJ Kool Herc.
Out-tro - Chuck D – Turn Back The Hands Of Time by Tyrone Davis (Dakar Atlantic 1970)