Songs That Mean Something

Songs That Mean Something

• Songs That Mean Something - Chuck D

1. “Half a Glass” by J-Live ft. Lyric Jones produced by Illastrate

Glocal Section Taking Local Artists Globally and Global Acts Locally across NYC and the World

2. Teri LYRIC Green / Death of A Poet- Chicago
3. Yahzilla / Yahzilla The Movie -South Jersey

HHG The HIPHOPGODS Segment featuring Flatline from Where CLASSIC RAP lives On and On

• Can You Hear Me Now? HHG segment – Flatline

4. DJ Jazzy Jeff featuring CL Smooth - "All I Know"

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A song can change the entire earth for the better, and a RAP song is no different. Songs that Mean Something is a segment of the AndYouDontStop! radio show showing the earth that RAP music and Hip Hop smashes the stereotype of it being one dimensional.

Hosted by Chuck D. Chuck plays an Hip Hop song of significance from the PAST or PRESENT.

Then he goes 'GLOCAL' playing local submission songs with potential to be the same….globally. Also playing and giving Local artists burn on WBAI 99.5 FM in the epicenter New York City as well as His belief is that if the Community does not support the ARTS, then how can the Arts support the Community?

And then The HIP HOP GODS segment , new SONGS from CLASSIC artists from the 'CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW' show hosted by Flatline to properly align our Hip Hop perspective.

As said this segment is also heard weekly as a segment on the AndYouDontStop! Radio show each and every Friday night between 8pm and 10p EST now on RAPstation streamed radio And rebroadcast and archived here on Saturdays.

CLICK on Listen on each show and its separate page will list the details of that particular broadcast

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