Scram Jones returns to the show, proudly sporting his new free street album The Hat Trick. Filled with tales of future quests including details regarding his full Beast Music compilation due next year, an album which he breaks down in terms of the massive list of guest features. We talk Diamond D, studio chemistry, being taken seriously as an emcee, producer and DJ and his many tales of difficult situations regarding artists he has worked with. Will he ever seal off those Ghostface and Sean Price verses? Listen to find out.
A reborn Grafh steps on to the show with a new-found focus and wave of creativity to discuss the recently released Rule EP and forthcoming projects including; Pain Killers Reloaded and his next solo studio opus, which he reveals isn't far from completion, explaining that it will be his most "polished" record to date. We also talk last years memorable series of freestyles, video's, Shia Lebeouf, industry politics, freedom and more in a frank and cohesive exploration into what many are labeling as phase 2 in Grafh's artistic evolution.
Henry Chalfant steps up for a reflection on the 1982 documentary that found beauty in New York City's bad old days, namely Style Wars, delivering an evocative and unforgettable interview rich in content and nostalgia. We discuss the holy grail of Hop-Hop documentaries and its future, of which its producer Mr. Chalfant has plans on releasing a 30 plus hours project of outtakes called Style Wars...the Outtakes. Shot between 1981 and 1982, these outtakes however are at risk and need to be restored before release. Hours of additional footage are in the archive, all of which is damaged and fading, but fortunately is possible to repair through digital technology and YOUR support. By making a pledge of just $1 or more at the Style Wars Kick-Starter website, you as a supporter will in turn receive rewards based on how much you donate. Will you help save the outtakes? Hip Hop stand up!
AND THAT'S NOT ALL!
On her way to the studio to record, former Three 6 Mafia member Gangsta Boo takes time from her busy schedule to appear on the show to celebrate her achievements so far, including her recent collaboration Throw It Up with Yelawolf and Eminem, being a southern pioneer, her love of alternative music, hopes to work with Coldplay and Linkin Park, her relationship with Kreayshawn, Three Six Mafia and a delivery of THREE acapella verses, including a REAL FREESTYLE especially for the folk of UK! Does she care that so many people in Hip Hop have their mind closed to her music and career?! Yes and now you can hear why. Forever gangsta!
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