...AndYouDontStop!
 


...AndYouDontStop!

...ANDYOUDON'TSTOP!
09-14-2012

• Intro/Chuck Monologue – Ask About Me by CL
Smooth (Album: The Emancipation of Corey
Penn - Label: St. Nick Ent.)
• Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D
1. Radio 2.0 by Awkword ft. KRS-One, Dug
Infinite, Brimstone 127, and Mista Lawnge
(of Black Sheep) – Produced by Vice
Souletric (Album: World View – Label: Sub
City Productions)
2. Hey DJ by The World’s Famous Supreme Team
(12” Single – Label: Island)
Glocal Section Taking Local Artist Global and Global Acts Locally
3. Stand Up For Afrika (Original) by Miss K
(Album: Stand Up For Afrika – Label:
Viktoz)
• HH G Radio – Can You Hear Me Now – Flatline
Built For This by Method Man feat. Freddie
Gibbs & Streetlife (Album: Man With The Iron
Fists Soundtrack – Label: Soul Temple
Records)
• Songs In The The Right Direction - Wildman
Steve
1. Celebration by K-Dubb (Way Out Music)
2. On The Verge Of An Ass Whippin by Son of
Bazerk and No Self Control (SLAMjamz)
3. Cherry Wine by Nas feat. Amy Winehouse
(Def Jam)
• Gia'na Garel presents: Planet Earth Planet
Rap with Mikko Kapanen and Amkelwa Mbekeni
This week we have music from the Republic of
Ireland by a group called Creative Controle.
These artists are also known as Messiah J
and DJ Expert, and another international
track we feature tonight is from South Sudan
by artist and activist Emmanuel Jal. He was
attacked by the local police last week and
we send our positive thoughts to him and his
full recovery.
1. Bloodrush by Creative Controle (Ireland)
2. War Child by Emmanuel Jal (South Sudan)
• Hip-Hop Queenz – Raven The Blazin’ Eurasian
This week's featured artist on HIP-HOP
QUEENZ is Kim Joyce, an Independent R & B
singer,songwriter and producer. Kim was born
in Lansing, and raised in Detroit to a
Pastor and an educator. It was in her
Father’s church she fell in love with music.
She began singing as well as taking piano
lessons to assist her Mother on the piano. A
former basketball star at Ohio State
University, Kim Joyce now aims to command
her musical audience. In this segment of
HIP-HOP QUEENZ, Raven and Kim talk about how
being from Detroit affects her artistry,
what reaching ultimate success means to Kim,
and who Kim's favorite female artists of all
time are.
• The Library with Tim Einenkle – DJ Eddie F
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 Big Daddy Kane, Nas and MC Shan as well
as commemorate the release of historical
albums by The Notorious B.I.G., Poor
Righteous Teachers, Ice-T, Raekwon of The
Wu-Tang Clan and Public Enemy's X-Minista
Professor Griff. Duke and Ron also
commemorate the tragic passing of 2Pac
Shakur.
• Out-tro - Chuck D – You Can’t Party With The
Grown Folk by D-Karats (aka Doc Ice) (Album:
Single – Label: !Handzup! Network)


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