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Episode 98: #SSHHRT (Pt 3 of 3) ft @Child_Of_Favor @Evan_B @RichNice2k1 @LarryLankLank

In this episode, I am joined by @Child_Of_Favor, @RichNice2k1 @TrojanScooter @LarryLankLank and @Evan_B as we discuss hip hop. What did you expect? We are the Avengers… the #SSHHRT!

Check out @RichNice2k1 on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/richnice2k1

Check out @Evan_B on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/evan_b, and check out his blog at http://www.Virgogumbo.blogspot.com.

Check out @Child_Of_Favor on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/child_of_favor and at http://www.twitter.com/lyricaly_driven

Check out @LarryLankLank on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/larrylanklank.

Check out @TrojanScooter on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/trojanscooter. You can also check out his blog at http://www.sportssexsneakers.blogspot.com.

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DJ Burn One Presents K.L.U.B. Monsta: Separate But Sequel

A Review of Separate but Sequel - K.L.U.B. Monsta (Mixtape)

By Rashanii

 I guess I should have seen it coming from the initial spoken word that began the mixtape. Big Rube sets the table perfectly, speaking on the treasures and measure of a man. The love of family and friends, not money. How you impact the lives of people around you. Knowledge.

 This CD isn’t like many others that I had ever heard.

 Separate but Sequel is the highly anticipated mixtape from K.L.U.B. Monsta, hosted by DJ Burn One. Each song speaks of growth, from the brilliant opening song, Freedom, where they recount how music had saved them from their surroundings, against a beautiful backdrop of rising violins and Jasmine’s beautiful breathy alto gracing the chorus, to Playing to Our Strengths, where the blistering lyrics shatter any illusions of these gentlemen’s confidence in themselves. Destined is one of the purest songs I've ever heard. The honesty is staggering. Listen to the second verse. Then re-listen. And do it again.

 I’ve never written a record review, but at the same time, I think I’m the perfect vessel to talk about this record, because it is so much more than music. K.L.U.B. Monsta has a distinct connection with history, with the knowledge of self, and they want to share that with you, the listener by any means necessary.

 They rap about education, not bitches. About MLK, not drugs. I can listen to this CD and feel growth. Growth in me as well as in the group and the awesome thing is that it all seems so effortless.

 I don’t have too many Hip-Hop or Rap CD’s in my daily playlist. I know that there are 6 or 7 groups that I listen to monthly, 3 or 4 that I hear weekly and 1 that I check out daily.

 K.L.U.B. Monsta just reached the weekly section. This CD is that good, that diverse, and that necessary. It is a splendid sophomore effort that should be applauded and lauded by every one.

 Well done, gentlemen.

 I don't put ratings on reviews, but I will say this: If this CD wasn't free, I'd pay for it. Without hesitation. And I would guard it with my life to make sure no one stole it. That is some high praise.

 

Favorite tracks: Freedom, Playing to Our Strengths, Sam’s Street Child, Destined

 

 Follow the group on Twitter at @Klub_Monsta 

 

Check out their website and download the Mixtape here: http://www.klubmonsta.bandcamp.com 

Here is an alternate mirror site for downloads: hdmixtapes.com/mixtape/klub-monsta_separate-but-equal_3478

Episode 33: Hip Hop Roundtable (East Coast 1979-1990)

This Single Simulcast Hip Hop Roundtable was for the Golden Age of East Coast Hip Hop. And if we are talking Golden Age, who better to have guest in the Roundtable than Hip Hop historian Wall$treet Will Strickland (@ABDBMedia) from All Balls Don't Bounce.  I am also joined by@Child_of_Favor,  @E_MsHoliday_P, @Bokeen, @Delphrano and @LarryLankLank  as we compile the greatest Golden Age rapper on the East Coast. We each state our top five rappers in the East Coast from 1979-1990, and then we decide as a group who the top 5 rappers are from those lists.

What is your top five? Did we leave someone out? Let us know! Tell us on twitter with #SSHHRT or leave a voicemail!

Check out @Child_Of_Favor on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/child_of_favor

Check out @Delphrano on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/delphrano.

Check out @LarryLankLank on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/larrylanklank.

Check out @E_MsHoliday_P on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/E_MsHoliday_P.

Check out @Bokeen on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/bokeen. You can also check out his blog at http://www.bokeen.com

Check out Wall$treet on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ABDBMedia and check out the All Balls Don't Bounce Podcast on iTunes.

Check out their website at http://www.allballsdontbounce.com

Check out @TrojanScooter on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/trojanscooter. You can also check out his podcast, Sports, Sex, Sneakers & Other Stuff at http://www.trojanscooter.podbean.com, and check out his blog at http://www.sportssexsneakers.blogspot.com.

Check out @RichNice2k1 on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/richnice2k1.

Check out @Evan_B on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/evan_b, and check out his blog at http://www.Virgogumbo.blogspot.com.

Email me at [email protected], or call 916-226-9168. In regards to Stitcher Radio, you can find me here http://bit.ly/odB3lR and favorite me on their app. Subscribe and leave a review on iTunes and tell a friend, and check out Sin and Solace.

Episode 29: Hip Hop Roundtable (Midwest)

In this episode, I am joined by @Evan_B, @Delphrano, @RichNice2k1, @LarryLankLank @Bokeen and @TrojanScooter, and we congregate with one purpose in mind: To establish who the greatest rapper in the Midwestern Region. We each state our top five rappers in the Midwest, and then we decide as a group who the top 5 rappers are from those lists.

What is your top five? Did we leave someone out? Let us know! Tell us on twitter with #SSMidwest or leave a voicemail!

Check out @Evan_B on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/evan_b, and check out his blog at http://www.Virgogumbo.blogspot.com.

Check out @Delphrano on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/delphrano.

Check out @RichNice2k1 on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/richnice2k1.

Check out @LarryLankLank on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/larrylanklank.

Check out @Bokeen on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/bokeen, and check out his podcast, Consumption Junction, at http://www.consumptionjct.com. You can also check out his blog at http://www.bokeen.com

Check out @TrojanScooter on twitter at  http://www.twitter.com/trojanscooter. You can also check out his podcast, Sports, Sex, Sneakers & Other Stuff at http://www.trojanscooter.podbean.com, and check out his blog at http://www.sportssexsneakers.blogspot.com.

Email me at [email protected], or call 916-226-9168. In regards to Stitcher Radio, you can find me here http://bit.ly/odB3lR and favorite me on their app. Subscribe and leave a review on iTunes and tell a friend, and check out Sin and Solace.

 

Episode 26: Missed Connections

In this episode, I am joined by Rich(@RichNice2k1) and Jeremy (@DeathsElite) and we discuss a myriad of topics, including: Why Rashanii Washes Dishes by Hand When He Has a Dishwasher, Missed Connections on Craigslist, How a One Hitter Quitter Cost a Man Five Dollars and His Life, Punk Kids Beating on Old Women, Restaurant Bans Peeing Standing Up, Then Recants, A Man in Heaven With a Beer Truck, More Missed Connections From Craigslist, Man Pokes Bear and Gets Shocked, Policewoman Shoots and Kills Intruder with Bow and Arrow, Cheating Marathon Runner and Father Leaves 5 Month Old in Car While He Goes on Date.

We then discuss paradoxes and plot holes in Back To The Future, Goonies and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

You can catch Rich on Twitter at @RichNice2k1.

You can catch Jeremy on Twitter at @DeathsElite.

Email me at [email protected], or call 916-226-9168. In regards to Stitcher Radio, you can find me here http://bit.ly/odB3lR and favorite me on their app. Subscribe and leave a review on iTunes and tell a friend, and check out Sin and Solace.

Donate to Extra Life here http://www.tinyurl.com/rashaniiel.