Boom Bap Radio – Dec. 7, 2013

RIP Freedom Fighter Nelson Mandela

The Boom Bap Radio crew bid a sad adieu to International freedom fighter for justice and civil rights Nelson Mandela. The crew: The C.O., Angry Engineer and Masta Talka reflected on the accomplishments of Mandela and how he impacted the panel and the world. In a rebellious show, without the mighty J-Crush, the BBR crew also looked back at the week in news on the 70th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Healthcare.gov was getting better, Macy’s and Barney’s got subpoenaed, Kanye hired Andy Warhol’s cousin, Jay Z made baseball history and then we just got stupid with it. Mos Def, Native Tongue family, Lakim Shabazz, Trends of Culture, Public Enemy and Sista Souljah got us over the hump. Yo Carton – we dominate all forums, you knucklehead. Is that a 13-year-old white, teen with y’all? Come with us – It’s Boom Bap Radio!

Da Play List

  1. Fear Not of Men – Mos Def – 1999 – Black on Both Sides
  2. Stir it Up Steve Biko – Tribe – 1993  – Midnight Marauders
  3. Black is Back – Lakim Shabazz – 1989 – Pure Righteousness
  4. I Was There  – KRS-ONE/Marley Marl – 2007 – Hip Hop Lives
  5. Power to the People – PE – 1990 – Fear of a Black Planet
  6. Buck Whylin – Chuck D/Sistah Souljah – 1991 – Terminator X
  7. Butt in the Meantime – Black Sheep – 1991 – Wolf in Sheep Clothing
  8. Black is Black  – Jungle Brothers – 1988 – Straight Out the Jungle
  9. Brooklyn Took It – Jeru the Damaja – 1994 – The Sun Rises in the East
  10. Ms. Jackson – Outkast – 2000 – Stankonia
  11. It Blows My Mind – Snoop – 2003 – Neptunes Presents – The Clones
  12. Punks Jump Up – Brand Nubian – 1992 – In God We Trust
  13. Remain Sober – OE – 2013
  14. Valley of  the Skins – Trends of Culture – 1993 – Trendz
  15. What Cool Breezes Do – Digable Planets – 1993 – Reachin’…
  16. H to the Izzoh – Jay Z – 2001 – The Blue Print
  17. The Gas Face (Remix) – 3rd Bass – 1989 – The Cactus

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