That Time in Hip-Hop “Killing Em Softly”

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It’s the latest episode of “That Time In Hip-Hop”! A weekly podcast hosted by Vegas & Tone providing facts and reflections on eras, music, and events throughout Hip-Hop history. This week we look at the rise and decline of Lauryn Hill. What’s the story and what is her legacy? Like, Subscribe, Comment, and Share Today!

Listen to the audio version of this show and more: http://soundcloud.com/hiphopnowpodcast

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{Hip Hop Documentary Review}Murder Rap

Vegas is back with Hip Hop NOW installment, reviewing the documentary Murder Rap. I literally can not keep up with some of these hip hop docs, but props to Vegas for putting me on game. I was a sure fire Biggie fan, and I think it’s always interesting to see the small details that documentaries can add and open up discussion. Show your twitter love @VegasWorldInc and peep his blog hiphopolitic.com.

#DoItNow

Nicki Minaj Recites Maya Angelou’s ‘Still I Rise’

Praise Be God! Maya Angelou was one of the most inspirational writers of our time. As an African American woman, she always offered a unique perspective and loads of philosophical wisdom. Angelou was a civil rights activist, poet, orator and an inspiration to minority women everywhere! Check out Nicki Minaj paying homage to the late great Maya Angelou at Shining A Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America, presented by A+E Networks and iHeartMedia. For more from the concert, tune in to A&E on Friday, November 20 at 8/7c. . #Salute

Tuna Strong XXX: Too Provacative To Sell Fish?

Listening to The Kane Show (V104.3), Kane describes a commercial that he feels is way too provactive for selling tuna fish.

Here’s the offensive video below:

Honestly, I don’t see anything wrong with it. He feel like he’s reaching with this one.

She’s just doing yoga. Leave a comment how you feel about it

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Ellis, Easy Money & Landon Battles Freestyle on Sway In The Morning

Baltimore City, stand up! One of Baltimore’s elite emcees did his thing on Sway in The Morning’s Friday Fire Cypher. In my opinion, all of the brothers went ham! It’s nice to see REAL lyricism  still alive and well. Check out the interview below and the cypher above. #Go

Show Your twitter support @Ellis_410 and go cop that Ocean Grown available everywhere good music is sold. Ellisbmc.com