This week in Hip Hop was good because so many artist are dropping so many different styles of Hip Hop music from different cities all over the Northern California. From Aftah Sum and his Hood Anthems, to A1 and his Abstract/Thought Provoking/Electro music, to the RnB styles of Maeli and Taj Withers. So kick back and have yourself a seat, dim the lights and enjoy this weeks playlist.
Save our streets! Help prevent young ones from losing their lives to stray bullets! Bring peace and unity to our neighborhoods!
Join us on our biannual Spiritual Peace and Unity Walk as we walk the streets of San Jose.
On Feb. 25th 2014 Open University and BassLife threw another TrapShop show, held every last Tuesday of the month. Hip Hop artists from all over the Bay Area came out to perform. Here is slide show of the night.
With the conclusion of the Jordan Davis trial, we discuss the value of black life in today’s society. As usual, we get the community’s perspective and at what better a place than the 1st Annual Black History show in Oakland.
Team Giselle consists of a large group of Giselle's friends who have banded together to help in her battle with cancer. Through this page and other offline benefit events we will attempt to ease her financial burden as much as possible. That way she can focus 100% on her recovery and finally kick Cancer's ass for good.
The Common Core Standards is an attempt to elevate standards in learning, and assist students to become critical thinkers and more prepared for life after they graduate. So how do students think their schools are doing in this transition? De-Bug created a survey for students to gauge the progress at their own schools. This survey is part of a larger effort of organizing around ensuring student voices are heard in regards to Common Core.
February has been a good month for California Hip Hop. Berkeley natives Hip Hop group BottomNotch dropped an album, and Roseville Natives PraDuh & BP drop a single for their new album dropping Feb 21st. We also have artists from around the Bay to Vegas who dropped new music, check it out.
In this episode, we discuss police brutality with some heavy hitters in the social justice arena. Respondents include: Uncle Bobby, the uncle of Oscar Grant, Mistah FAB, Jasiri X, Dereca Blackmon, Minister Keith Muhammad, and professor Akabundu.