Boom Bap Radio – February 27, 2016

#OscarsTooWhite

                                          
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.

Da Play List

  1. Rock Dis Funky Joint – Poor Righteous Teachers – 1990 – Holy Intellect
  2. Shinin’ Star – Sunz of Man – 1998 – The Last Shall Be First
  3. Shut ‘Em Down – P.E. – 1995 – Apocalypse 91…The Enemy Strikes Black
  4. I Shall Not Be Moved – P.E. – 2012 – Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamps
  5. Nothin’ – N.O.R.E. – 2002 – God’s Favorite
  6. Pound Cake – Rampage – 2016
  7. Ching-a-Ling – Missy – 2008 – Step Up 2 the Streets
  8. Southern Hospitality – Ludacris – 2000 – Back For the First Time
  9. Candy Shop – 50 Cent – 2005 – The Massacre
  10. Slippin’ – DMX – 1998 – Flesh of My Fresh, Blood of my Blood
  11. Ego – Beyoncé feat. Kanye – 2009 – Sasha Fears
  12. Hey Mama – Kanye – 2005- Late Registration
  13. Who You Wit II – Jay-Z – 2008 – In My Lifetime Vol. 1

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