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People's Party with Talib Kweli People’s Party is a weekly interview show hosted by hip-hop legend Talib Kweli. The show features big-name guests exploring hip-hop, culture, and politics.
Dissect Learn more about the albums you love with Dissect. Analyzing one album per season, one song per episode, Dissect dives deep into albums like Childish Gambino's Because the Internet, Beyonce's Lemonade, Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly & DAMN., Kanye West's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Frank Ocean's Blonde, and more. Let's Dissect.
The Big Nish Show All things Hip Hop, Rap & Pop Culture.
‎Weird Rap Podcast An investigation and celebration of rap music's most advanced artists, its experimental fringes, and otherwise unique or mysterious manifestations in the world of hip hop, new and old, focusing on its beauty, its complexities and its curiosities. https://weirdrap.com
‎Drink Champs Legendary Queens rapper-turned show host N.O.R.E. teams up with Miami hip-hop pioneer DJ EFN for a night of boozy conversation and boisterous storytelling. The hosts and guests engage together in fun, light-hearted conversation - looking back at their paths to success, highlighting their lives, friendships, and iconic moments within their career. In this unfiltered series, drinks are flowing and jokes are rolling - take a seat at the table with N.O.R.E & EFN. You Gotta Relax!

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Past Daily: World of Music Listen to World of Music as Vurbl Partner Past Daily shares recordings the L.A. Philharmonic, Steel Mill, Stan Kenton, Dizzy Gillespie, Peter, Paul & Mary.

Gordon Skene, two-time Grammy Nominee and archivist runs The Gordon Skene Sound Archive and this website, which is dedicated to preserving and encouraging an interest in history and historic news, events, and cultural aspects of our society. Past Daily is the only place on the Internet where you can hear a Nixon speech, listen to an interview with John Cassavettes or play a broadcast of Charles Munch rehearsing the Boston Symphony in 1950, all in the same place. It's living history and it's timeless.
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Tell Laura I Love Her I have always liked good female singers with pin point accuracy....for example Celine
Dion with her gentle delivery...Gladys Knight with her perfect phrasing....Aretha
Franklin with her sharp jagged delivery ....Dionne Warwick with her faultless voice
(Heartbreaker being one of my favourite songs)....and of course Tina Turner with her
fabulous range.....a lot can be learned by up and coming girl singers from the likes of
these legends....and at the opposite end of the scale I would like to introduce one of
the worst records ever made...only .in my opinion of course....Tell Laura I Love Her by
Ricky Valance....which reached number one back in the day....but to me it is one of
the worst records ever.
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Rap music project talking about how rap to this day has changed.
Introduction to the image of women in rap music We take a brief look at the Apple Music Top Charts in May 2019, and show how we as listeners can change for the better. 
The positive effects and influence of rap music on the youth. This podcast is about the positive and negative effects of rap music on the youth and the influence as well.
Hair Today, Wigs Tomorrow In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Maddison Verduci, create the hip hop rap musical “Hair Today, Wigs Tomorrow” – an intriguing look into the gritty underside of barbershop wig rivalries.The raps, "Please let me cut your hair", "I need a wig to get back my daughter", and "Winnie Blues" will have you racing to your local barber to have a touch up before it's too late.
Art Snobs In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Shane Henry, create the hip hop rap musical “Art Snobs” – a shocking exposé into the art critic industry.The raps, "Art is my life", "Search Engine Optimisation", and "Curator vs Critic - the showdown" will have you pretending to know what you are talking at your next high society function.We apologise for the audio on this one. It is a little hard to hear in places.
Jamantha the Skeleton goes to Starbucks In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Tara Fox, create the hip hop rap musical “Jamantha the Skeleton goes to Starbucks” in which Jamantha the skeleton goes to Starbucks.The raps, "My name is Jamantha", "No one could love Terrance", and "Shovel meet CPU" will have you invoking the power of Satan to raise an army of the undead before your next trip to Starbucks.
Sentient Scarecrows In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Tara Fox, create the hip hop rap musical “Sentient Scarecrows” in which we learn about the the competitive world of flower championships.The raps, "I'm going to be the best there are is", "Your prose is terrible", and "Just jump in their skin" will have you rushing to Bunnings to cover yourself in manure before the scarecrow uprising begins.
Zoo Crimes In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Maddison Verduci, create the hip hop rap musical “Zoo Crimes” in which we explore a nefarious zoo.The raps, "Don't look into the zoo", "I don't want Wild Times", and "Zoo fraud" will have you dancing to the zoo and appreciating it's wonder.
Get Ducked In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Tara Fox, create the hip hop rap musical “Get Ducked” in which we learn about a sad sad man.The raps, "Your life is falling apart", "Ducks can't fly", and "Stickers are better than tattoos" will have you taking care of your Peace Lily in a nurturing environment.
The Peanut Gallery In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Shane Henry, create the hip hop rap musical “The Peanut Gallery” – an homage to the Peanuts comic strip.The raps, "Mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah", "Mwah mwah mwah", and "Mwah mwah mwah mwah" will have you danc-mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah.
[CRIMEZONE] The Cookie Monster In this very special episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Shane Henry, delve into the Film Noir genre as CRIMEZONE in "The Cookie Monster".The raps, "She's a shady lady", "I love this city", and "I know about the law" will have you smoking cigarettes and talking about GAMS whilst looking out at the filth piling up around you.
This is Australia In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes, along with the help of DJ Shane Henry, create Australia's answer to Hamilton, “This is Australia” – a hip hop rap musical specifically about certain members of the Australian Parliament.The raps, "Let's name all the Prime Ministers", "ROBO GILLARD IS BACK", and "We're the Beatles" will have you pouring over the next election in order to prevent the dystopic future described within.
WOW! Everybody hates this kid! In this very special episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Shane “DJ Shane Henry” Henry, along with the help of DJ Beau Windon, create a dramatic character piece, "WOW! Everybody hates this kid!" while Jeremy "Zone" Hughes is away in Perth.The raps, "I don't want to think about games, I want to think about my mortality", "Clean your room you little bitch!", and "I've got a package for you" will make you want to truly connect with your mother.
Healthy Henry the Possessed Giraffe In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry delve into the world of edutainment star Healthy Henry in “Healthy Henry the Possessed Giraffe”.With the smash hits, “I Know A Lot About Drugs”, “Let’s Scare Some Children”, and “We All Have Seven Vertebrates”, you’ll be sure to be tapping home schooling your children for the years to come.
Aliens and Cyborgs and Perth (Oh My) In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry bust out some sweet refs to produce the musical “Aliens and Cyborgs and Perth (Oh My)”.With intergalatic songs such as, “Welcome to Perth!”, “What is my Perthpose”, and “I am Putinbot – Is first day”, you’ll be catching the next flight to Perth while questioning your very existence.Sponsored by the State Government of Western Australia, Perth.
The Many Floors of Dr Evil’s Mansion In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry craft the musical “The Many Floors of Dr Evil’s Mansion”.The high octane tracks, “Mr Mwem Mwem Mwem”, “There’s a Face in all the Tables”, and “The Rectum Child”, will make you dodge lasers a la Catherine Zeta Jones.
Luge Dreams In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry create a not at all dated musical “Luge Dreams”.With athletic songs such as, “Big Hands Make for Hard Work”, “You’re Going to be a Luge Superstar”, “The Great Global Cool”, “You’re Going to be a Luge Superstar (But Actually Luge This Time and not Bobsled)”, and “Do the Bobluge” you’ll be breaking Winter Olympic world records faster than you can say, “When was the Winter Olympics on again?”
Sitting on the Ghan In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Tara Fox craft the musical “Sitting on the Ghan”.This is the very first Studio Recording of RHYMEZONE and as such the audio quality is actually good!The train tracks, “Can I sit there?”, “I've been brainwashed by Putin”, and “My unitard, my balls, go up and down”, will soothe you to sleep as the beautiful Australian scenery flies by.The beats used for this episode (in order) are:Coffee Owl - Shuka4BeatsWhat We Came to Do - The PassionDry - Grandon BeatsBoom Bap Addict - Mamoit MusicInspiring Uplifting Fun Pop/ Hip Hop Instrumental - ThatKidGoranDRUM - ESKRYForgotten Letters - Shuka4Beats
You are my Superstar In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry create an out of this world musical, “You are my Superstar”.With astronomical songs such as, “Astrological Body Issues”, “Alpha Centuri; I Wanna Bone You”, and “Love Your Papa and Your Mammy” you’ll be grooving to these futuristic hits for aeons to come.
Bionic Legged Dancer In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry create high art with, “Bionic Legged Dancer”.With magical songs such as, “I’m Dying Janette!”, “I’ve Got Bionic Legs!”, and “The Ten Commandments” you’ll be dancing to these tunes for minutes to come!
Orphan Cakes In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry create "Orphan Cakes”.With songs full of gumption such as, “Please eat my cake", "Running with Scythes", and “John 3:18” you'll be stuffing your ear holes with these tunes!
I Am Broccoli In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry create the hip hop rap musical “I Am Broccoli” – a story of a young floret who just wants to make the world a better place.With nutritional songs like, “Broccoli is Good for You”, “Down the Oesophagus We Go”, and “YoGo Dirt Dessert, more like YoGo Dirt YouSuck” you’ll be grooving and learning in no time at all!
The Bird and the Bee In this episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry amalgamate their brains into the musical “The Bird and the Bee”.With tracks such as, “The HIVE Mind”, “Are you a Deer Racist?”, and “Let’s Hop Hop to the Fish and Chip Shop”, you’ll be buzzing for days to come.
ME TARZAN YOU TARZAN BROTHER In this record breaking episode of RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals, Cristina “Rhyme” Spizzica and Jeremy “Zone” Hughes along with the help of DJ Shane Henry create the hip hop rap musical “ME TARZAN! YOU TARZAN BROTHER!” to net them the title for the highest number of consecutive Cage Match wins at The Improv Conspiracy.With hot fire songs like, “WE GOOD! HUMAN BAD!”, “I’m Very Normal”, and “I’m an Evil Lumberjack (And That’s OK)” you’ll be questioning where you truly belong for minutes to come!RHYMEZONE: Improvised Hip Hop Rap Musicals will also be taking a short hiatus. Stay tuned for season 2! In the mean time tell your friends about this, or failing that, the internet in general.
A Very RHYMEZONE Christmas - Santa vs Anti-Santa A Ho Ho Ho! A very RHYMEZONE Christmas to all you Rapscallions young and old. Now I heard you have been a very good boy, gal, or non-binary pal this year which is why I am visiting you with a very special RHYMEZONE Christmas episode for you!Cristina "Rhyme" Spizzica and Jeremy "Zone" Hughes, along with the help of DJ Tara Fox has put together a wonderous episode of joy and wonder with raps galore.Enjoy. And we will see you again in the new year!
Tea (Elder) and Coffee (Hipsters) RHYMEZONE are back with more improvised Hip-Hop musicals for your earbuds. Going off a one word suggestion Cristina "Rhyme" Spizzica and Jeremy "Zone" Hughes, along with the help of their DJ, Maddison "DJ Rad Maddison" Verduci, craft a completely improvised musical up on the spot.This week we delve into class warfare, touching on topics of the "other" and prejudice. And with raps like, "I'm on Team Tea", "We've Destroyed the Economy", and "Drink Drink Drink" you'll be hopped up on caffeine and won't be able to sleep.Be sure to check them out at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2020!
Cabbage Patch Kids RHYMEZONE are back with more improvised Hip-Hop musicals for your earbuds. Going off a one word suggestion Cristina "Rhyme" Spizzica and Jeremy "Zone" Hughes, along with the help of their DJ, Kieran "DJ Kieran Boyd" Boyd, craft a completely improvised musical up on the spot.This week we delve into the relationship between father and child, should science go that far, and the inevitability of death. With songs like, "It's the Name Game", "Plato's Cave", and "The Sphinx's Riddle" you'll never drink Soylent Green the same ever again!Be sure to check them out at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2020!
Mr Monopoly RHYMEZONE are back with more improvised Hip-Hop musicals for your earbuds. Going off a one word suggestion Cristina "Rhyme" Spizzica and Jeremy "Zone" Hughes, along with the help of their DJ, Shane "DJ Shane Henry" Henry, craft a completely improvised musical up on the spot.This week we delve into the very nature of capitalism, the effect of nuclear war on a class divided society, and how board games released last millennium are really all the same. With songs like, "I'm an Old Little Boot", "The Monopoly is Mine", and "The Only Winning Move is not to Play" you'll put behind those outdated metaphors of oppression and play The Resistance instead (a much more fun and better board game).Be sure to check them out at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2020!
The Hardy Boys Haven't you heard? TwentyTwenty killed of all of arts!RHYMEZONE are sneaking back into the archives to upload more improvised hip hop rap musical goodness. Going off a one word suggestion Cristina "Rhyme" Spizzica and Jeremy "Zone" Hughes, along with the help of their DJ, Shane "DJ Shane Henry" Henry, craft a completely improvised musical up on the spot.This episode transports us back to 1920's utopic America as the Hardy boy brothers attempt to solve a crime! This episode references Meisner a lot! I don't really know what Meisner is. I am not an actor!
We did a Harry Potter one 2020 is burning baby and we recorded this before JK outed herself as a terrible person!RHYMEZONE are sneaking back into the archives to upload more improvised hip hop rap musical goodness. Going off a one word suggestion Cristina "Rhyme" Spizzica and Jeremy "Zone" Hughes, along with the help of their DJ, Shane "DJ Shane Henry" Henry, craft a completely improvised musical up on the spot.This episode transports us back to Hogwarts. Cristina does a pretty good Maggie Smith impression. Jeremy continues to be there. They rap a bit. All in all a good show. The people who shouted out "QUDDITCH" at the top actually all play Quidditch and are lovely people. They gave me their Quidditch business card which I have since lost.
Gay Manipulation and Exploitation in the Industry Ghost shines light on a harsh industry truth. 

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Gay Manipulation and Exploitation in the Industry II The second part of this interview with ghost left me in shock!

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UIYB Records Podcast - Episode 1 - Hip Hop Podcast Is Here Yo Introduction to the greatest underground hip hop \ rap podcast of all time.
Episode 2 - DJ Moves - Best Rapper in Canada? & My ex cheated on me with a Trailer Park Boy In Episode 2 Lenny talks to legendary DJ Moves about his hip hop career, what he's up to nowadays, who in Moves opinion is the best rapper in Canada right now and how one of his exes cheated on him with the goofiest looking trailer park boy.
Episode 3 - Taiyamo Denku - 23 years in the game & Advice for young rappers In Episode 3 Lenny talks to Taiyamo Denku from Milwaukee, Wisconsin about his 23 years making hip hop music, and what kind of advice he would give to a young emcee about to come out with their own brand and music.
Episode 4 - QB (Vancouver Island) on the transition from producer to rapper and artist branding In episode 4 Lenny talks to QB about his new project West Coast O, the transition from producer to rapper and how important artist branding is.
Episode 5 - Myka Nyne on Career Longevity, Hard Work and What Is Project Blowed? In Episode 5 Lenny talks to Myka Nyne from Project Blowed and Freestyle Fellowship about his lengthy career, how he stays so busy and how he would explain what Project Blowed is. Myka Nyna is a legend on the west coast but is still putting out great music. It's been rumored that he ghost wrote some of NWA's music...
Episode 6 - Birdapres - New Music and Crate Digging In Episode 6 Lenny talks to Canadian Legend Birdapres about his career to this point, what hes up to now and how he still makes his money off music.
7 Mos Eisley of Sweatshop Union Lenny talks to Mos Eisley about Sweatshop Union, Going Solo, Aboriginal Music in Canada and the state of hip hop
Emotionz - The Ups and Downs of A Dope Career & Just Do You In Episode 8 of the UIYB Podcast Lenny talks to Vancity Vet Emotionz about the ups and downs of his career and how he got through it plus a ton more.
I AM THAT GHOST! "Who the f*ck Reggie Martin?" Just on of the many questions The GHOST has for his listeners in this episode of GHOSTED!

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The Truth About the Industry The Ghost explains how the industry uses image to sway the masses. All material is copyright © protected.

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A GHOST DIRECT MESSAGE **BONUS GHOST DIRECT MESSAGE. 

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SEASON 2 You Should Have Quit While You Were Ahead! WE'RE BACK FOR SEASON 2!
Hope you missed us. You know that Ghost never lets us down!
In the first episode of Season 2, he divulges information about fake ghostwriters in the music industry and the petty plagiarism of his ex-wife! 
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🎭COMEDY: FOR THE LOVE OF MY BABY Listen to the skit from the Lady Ashley and The Ghost late night show. Enjoy!

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THEY RAN OUT!!! Ghost provides more insight to misuses of trust and the money in the industry. All material is copyright © protected. 

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We're Doing Good Listen as The Ghost discusses the state of music and why the absence of good music is quickly becoming an industry norm.
"I Damn Near Raised Him" Ghost reveal past relationships with a couple of today's hottest celebs and the intricate details of the music industry. All material is copyright © protected. 

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I AM HERE GHOSTED PODCAST MINI "Why wait til I'm gone when I am here now?" Ghost speaks on the unfolding of God's plan. 

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Why the 9 to 5 Just Won't Cut It This is a conversation with Ghost, the industries most notorious Ghost Writer. He explains his point of view concerning working a 9 to 5 job and why we as humanity have evolved past this level of financial and mental expansion. Listener discretion is advised. (All material is copyright © protected).

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Those Known To Be LEGENDS... I AM ALL OF THEM! More knowledge about the industry, organizations, and artists surface on this episode! Transparency is the desired purpose of these expressions of thoughts and perspectives of connection with all that is. It's time to get back to the music. It's time for the industry to move on. It's  time to show greatness himself the gratitude of decades of provision and sacrifice in the name of love and of true art expression. All material is copyright © protected. 

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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH GHOSTED PODCAST MINI Only Black Excellence will do! Ghost never fails to be clear and direct in this intense episode of Ghosted!

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It's Time to Make The Deal and Cut The Check GHOST let’s it be known, “It’s Time, It’s Time, It’s Time!” No time like the present to Make The Deal and Cut The Check! All material is copyright © protected. 

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They're All Grouped Together "The real will come out!" Ghost talks on the topics of entertainment and political industry tactics. His detailed explanations will connect the dots for many unanswered questions about the operations of the business of music.  This is an inside look at how some of today's top artists and public figures claimed their spotlight. All material is copyright © protected. 

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THIS ENDS NOW! THIS ENDS NOW!

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The Truth About The Industry II The Ghost explains how the industry uses image to sway the masses. All material is copyright © protected.

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