Boom Bap Radio – March 8, 2014

Happy International Women’s History Month

It’s March and the Boom Bap Radio Crew of J-Crush, Angry Engineer, C.O., and Masta Talka are joined by Prof. Al Smith of the UK for International Women’s History Month.  It’s Ladies First as the crew take the high road and chat about the crisis in the Ukraine, Right wing nut jobs at CPAC; that douche bag Blade Runner, Pharrell’s hat, upskirting; the historic win for 12 Years A Slave as “Picture of the Year” and the Oscar won by beautiful Lupita Nyong’o for best supporting actress. The panel also celebrates the accomplishments of the many, many funky female MC’s of the past. Salt ‘N’Pepa , Bahamadia, Yo Yo; Da Brat; Foxy Brown, MC Lyte and of course Queen Latifah strut their respective stuff during this annual BBR tradition. Sorry, Lupita, you’re still dark and lovely – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

Da Play List

  1.  Roxanne’s Revenge –  Roxanne Shante’  – 1984
  2. Lyte As a Rock  – MC Lyte – 1988  – Lyte As a Rock
  3. Everything is Everything – Lauryn Hill – 1998 – Miseducation of…
  4. You Can’t Play w/ My Yo Yo – Yo Yo – 1991
  5. Tramp  –  Salt ‘N’ Pepa –  1986 – Hot, Cool & Vicious
  6. My Mic Sounds Nice – Salt ‘N’ Pepa –  1986 – Hot, Cool & Vicious
  7. Push It – Salt ‘N’ Pepa –  1988
  8. None of Your Business – Salt ‘N’ Pepa –  1993 – Very Necessary
  9. Ill Na Na – Foxy feat. Meth – 1996 – Ill Na Na
  10. What’s It Gonna Be – Busta feat Janet – 1998 – Extinction Level
  11. Popular Thug – Kelis feat. NaS – 2003 – Neptunes feat the Clones
  12. Rainy Days – Mary J. feat. Jah Rule – 2002 – No More Drama
  13. U.N.I.T.Y. – Queen Latifah – 1993 – Black Reign
  14. Keep on Pushing – MC Lyte, Bahamadia, Nonchalante, Yo Yo – 1997
  15. Dialed Up – Bahamadia – 2013
  16. Heartbreaker (Remix) – Mariah / Da Brat, Missy – 1999 – Rainbow

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