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Intro/Chuck Monologue – Goodbye by Slaughterhouse (CrookedI, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce da 5’9”)
Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D

1. Blown Away by DMX feat. Janyce & Jinx (Produced by Divine Bars)

Glocal Section Taking Local Artist Global and Global Acts Locally

2. Glide by Vaig feat. Nesia Beatz (Produced by Arson Amazing) - Pittsburg

3. Wanna Be Free by Five Steez feat. Nomad Carlos – cuts by Bobby Bob (Produced by DJ King Flow)

HH G Radio – Can You Hear Me Now – Flatline

4 Runnin’ by Amerigo Gazaway of Gummy Soul

Songs In The The Right Direction - Wildman Steve

1. Schools For Scoundrels by Apathy & Celph (Diamond Media 360)

2. Vietnam Kidz by Don Streat feat. Kool G Rap (WeGoing Records)

3. It’s Like That and It’s Tricky by Run DMC (LIVE - Made In America Festival – Philly, PA 9-02-12)

Word! On The Street Episode #54 – Morocco Greens and Mo
Who Got Next? – The Wonder Twinz

Artist Spotlight: Frank Nit

Break It Down Like This! – DJ Johnny Juice

1. I Got It Made by Special Ed

2. I Don’t Know What It Is, But It Sure Is Funky by Ripple

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

This week on Planet Earth Planet Rap we have one of Zimbabwe’s top emcees Synik who has just released a new album. The album is called Syn City and the song we are featuring deals with a very practical problem; it’s called Power Cut. Also on PEPR this week, from London, UK, we have a powerful consciousness raising anthem by Big Frizzle. That song is called All Black Everything.

1. Power Cut by Synik featuring Metaphysics, Junior Brown, MC Chita (Zimbabwe)

2. All Black Everything by Big Frizzle (UK)

The Library with Tim Einenkle – Ronve Interview
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 hip-hop pioneer Kurtis Mantronik, Cash Money's B.G. and the late Eazy-E, as well as commemorate the release of historical albums by Master P, Sir Mix-A-Lot and AZ. Duke & Ron also remember tragic dates in the lives of MC Breed and 2Pac Shakur!

Out-tro - Chuck D – As I Start Over by J-Live


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