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UNCENSORED XX - July 1, 2017 - Boom Bap Radio
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July 04, 2017 12:06 PM PDT
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WARNING EXPLICIT MATERIAL!!!!
R.I.P. Prodigy
We honor the memory of Hip Hop giant Prodigy, of Mobb Deep fame and give the brother a moderate send off, just hours after his official home going celebration. Because you know Agent Orange would not let us sing kumbaya into the night, we weighed in on the GOP’s latest manifestation of universal Healthcare and spoke for the soon to be 22 million people who will lose coverage with uncensored, unfiltered Hip Hop. Mobb Deep, Redman, Outsidaz, JAY-Z, Biggie, the Wu and Dr. Dre set an unapologetic tone just before Independence Day. You know that we know that Time Magazine is fugazy – right? Still ain’t no such thing as halfway crooks - It’s Boom Bap Radio.

A Goddess is Born - Boom Bap Radio - Apr. 16, 2017
April 16, 2017 07:22 PM PDT
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It’s April and Spring has sprung. The flowers are blooming. The grass is growing and for our purposes, a Goddess has been born. A day before Jesus left his tomb and just days after the U.S. dropped the “mother of all bombs” on Afghanistan, our show was blessed with the first appearance of Divine Goddess on our airwaves. With so much birth you know the show had to be good, in fact it was “Da Bomb.” We chatted up the naval armada on its way to North Korea, paid tribute to Tupac’s enshrinement in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and debuted TLC’s new single. With the aid of G.U.R.U., De La Soul, Digable Planets, Tupac, Scarface, Common and the Biz we also and got a little jazz in our classic Hip Hop. Hey is that Jimmie “J.J.” Walker with Ann Coulter? It dyna-might, but it ain’t – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

An Olympic Feat - Boom Bap Radio - Aug. 13, 2016
September 11, 2016 07:30 AM PDT
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The Olympics came to Rio de Janiero, Brazil and the female United States Olympians led the march towards a record appearance in the international games. Sure there was Simone Biles, Simone Manuel, the U.S. Women’s Basketball teams and Katie Ledecky, but all of that could not stop the flow of BS out the mouth of GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump who kept just making up stuff about his challenger - Hillary Clinton. Evidently the former First Lady helped to form ISIS – who knew? Undaunted by another fictitious rant from The Donald, the Masta Talka and the Angry Engineer began spreading more Olympic level entertainment through Hip Hop. Queen Latifah, Foxy Brown, Missy and L Boogie all hooked up with Doitall, A Tribe Called Quest, Grand Puba and more in this gold medal presentation. Oh look in the sky. It’s a bird, it’s a plane. Nope, it’s some a-hole climbing up Trump Tower for attention. Oh, Donald, a whole Black church congregation may be backing you in North Carolina, but we’re still with her - smh – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

UNCENSORED XVII - Boom Bap Radio - July 9, 2016
August 14, 2016 11:48 AM PDT
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WARNING!! EXPLICIT CONTENT!!! - Just a week after celebrating its 240th anniversary, America got its collective groove on and did what it do. Cops were shooting unarmed Black men AGAIN. Cops shot a Black man who was selling CD’s, cops shot a Black man licensed to carry a gun during traffic a stop and a deranged Black sniper preyed on police during a peaceful protest rally with his legally purchased arsenal. However real fireworks display was brought in later when the Dallas Police used a robot to blow up the shooting suspect for the first time in history – it was soooooo Yankee Doodle Dandy. In the end, everything was all Obama and Black Lives Matter’s fault; Trump praised dead tyrant Saddam Hussein for his prowess in killing terrorists and we’re still waiting for the NRA to hollaback. After the dust settled, Masta Talka and the Angry Engineer got all uncensored on this ‘itch and invited the likes of Redman, Biggie, Snoop, The Game, Nas and the Wu to set the record straight through one of America’s most recent inventions – Hip Hop. Yo, former Congressman Joe Walsh, who exactly lives in “Real America?” Did slave labor build that shit too? – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

End of a Purple Reign - Boom Bap Radio - Apr. 30, 2016
May 21, 2016 02:49 PM PDT
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Another week and another memorial show. This week we honor his purple royal funkiness – Prince, who passed away unexpectedly and in doing so left a void even in an artform in which he was not to prolific. We explore Prince’s dalliances with Hip Hop and bid adieu to another legend. The Masta Talka, C.O. and Angry Engineer also chatted up the Presidential primary season and the ongoing rise of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as well as the pathos that were former GOP candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich. We also chatted about President Obama’s last correspondence dinner, Lil’ Kim’s odd social media post and visit Beyonce’s Lemonade stand. Of course Chaka Khan, Big Daddy Kane, Syn Saavy, EPMD and the Junior M.A.F.I.A. got some burn. Yo! Is that a fetus in your purse or are you just happy to see me? – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

UNCENSORED XVI - Boom Bap Radio - Apr. 16, 2016
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April 20, 2016 04:31 PM PDT
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Warning!!! Explicit Material! 18-years-old or Older!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Taped just days after Niggas With Attitudes (N.W.A.) are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the C.O. left us alone and allowed the Angry Engineer and Masta Talka to work blue. Dirty and stinkin’ like an old shoe the dynamic duo honored Dre, Cube, Ren, Yella, while previewing the upcoming New York Presidential Primaries and much more. We wondered why Puffy was distress Biggie’s seed, talked about Afrikka Bam’s troubles and premiered Grand Puba’s new joint. Onyx, Big Pun, Jadakiss, Phife, and KRS-ONE headlined this uncensored joint. No Hillary, we weren’t on “C.P. Time” – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

A Death in the Family - R.I.P. Phife - Boom Bap Radio - Mar. 26, 2016
March 27, 2016 12:47 PM PDT
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This week’s show is a memoriam to one of the dopest MC’s of all time – Phife Dawg or A Tribe Called Quest fame. Phife’s amenable style and unrelenting metaphors told a story from one of the art form’s most unique points of view. The 5-foot freak, told it like it was and made you understand that Hip Hop is a culture and rhyming is an artform, not only a bi-product of packing a gat or running a criminal enterprise. A part of the transformative Native Tongue crew - A Tribe Called Quest, Phife succumbed to complications tied to diabetes and passed away at 45-years-old. We play the whole discography from People’s Instinctive Travels to the Love Movement and stop to note Phife’s greatness along the way. So microphone check – 1,2 – who is this? This is all about Malik and how he changed Hip Hop on his own terms. He was on point. All the time – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

#OscarsSoWhite - Boom Bap Radio - February 27, 2016
March 05, 2016 03:11 PM PST
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With the likes of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith leading the boycott of the 88th Oscars, the Boom Bap Radio crew prepped a show wrought with lofty thoughts of racial inclusion, justice and a Chris Rock monologue. Taped just hours before the Academy was set to handout its top award to a thespian who was so white and hours after Hillary Clinton primary win in South Carolina, Masta Talka, the C.O. and Angry Engineer and Masta Talka were ready to tally votes for Democratic front-runner and looked forward to the GOP primaries. But what’s a celebration without a little music? The crew first shouted out that delusional Tom, Dr. Ben Carson and his attempt to lure the Hip Hop community into the Bubble. The BBR trio then wished good health to DMX, estimated how much 50 Cent and Kanye West were actually worth and mourned with the likes of Sunz of Man, EW&F, Public Enemy and Poor Righteous Teachers. What’s wrong baby, is you hangry? – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

White Out! - Boom Bap Radio - Jan. 30, 2016
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February 06, 2016 07:32 PM PST
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A week after surviving a historic blizzard, the Boom Bap Radio trio of The C.O., Angry Engineer and Masta Talka chat up the week’s events, which seemed to have a decidedly white tinge to them. Donald Trump brought on Sarah Palin for support, while dissing Megyn Kelley, Martin Shkreli began talking slick to Ghostface and the Wu and a white guy is slated to play Michael Jackson in an upcoming movie. Sounds like a white-alicious week to me. But despite near whiteout conditions, Hip Hop, sweet, sweet Hip Hop, rallied to save the day. The Donald lost in Iowa and a teacher in Arizona was exonerated and was correct, her students were calling her the N-word. But the music was so, so funky. We revisited Rampage’s boomin’ new hit “Pound Cake,” honored LL on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; and played funky tracks from Whodini, Big Daddy Kane, ODB, the Wu, the Gza, NaS and Papoose, to name a few. Yo Damon, come get you cousin – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

State of the Union - Boom Bap Radio - Jan. 16, 2016
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January 18, 2016 06:20 PM PST
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Recorded just days after U.S. President Barack Obama gave his final State of the Union, the Boom Bap Radio trio of The C.O., Masta Talka and the eternally Angry Engineer asked the burning question when it came to the web’s favor Hip Hop podcast: “What’s Good?” Opening 2016 with a bang, the BBR crew gave a shout-out to The Culture with the help of Rampage and his boomin’ new hit “Pound Cake.” We even brought in the new year with more new cuts like” Creature” from Warhol’s Wig and Kool A.D. and returning banger “Touch” from our man O.E. Of course we laughed at The Donald and the GOP, mused at all of those who threw their loot away in pursuit of the $1.5 Billion Power Ball jackpot and saluted Run-DMC’s groundbreaking reception of a Grammy’s Lifetime Achievement Award. But this is still n Ol’ School based Hip Hop show, no Trap music, no dabbin and no Dae Dae-ing over here. Eric B and Rakim, LL Cool J, L.O.N.S.; NaS, Artifacts ruled the day. Yo man,stop sending the Po Po your selfies, it’ll definitely get you arrested – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

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