Posts Tagged ‘Take No Prisoners Radio’

Episode # 7 is live as we’re joined by Hip Hop artists Ill Camille, Hip Hop publicist DeeDee Branch, Associate Director of Urban Talent at ASCAP Mir Harris, and 14 year old aspiring rapper Page Stevenson. This all-women panel discusses everything from Hip Hop culture and the music business to community activism and social justice. They went deep, spoke truth, and had fun doing it! Also, check out new music by Ill Camille, Akua Naru ft. Dynasty & Sa-Roc, Priest, and Sean Price(RIP). And don’t miss our young MC who spits a dope verse over a classic beat. As always, you can contact both hosts on Twitter at @SebIsHipHop and @ or on InstaGram @TakeNoPrisonersRadio. Spread the word!

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Take No Prisoners Radio is a monthly podcast about Hip Hop culture and social justice. Recorded at the Home Grown Radio studios in Inglewood, CA, and hosted by Camille H and Seb, TNP Radio doesn’t hold back when it comes to tackling the music industry, Hip Hop, current events, racism, corrupt politics, wack rappers, and everything in between. If it’s hot in the news or social media, TNP Radio is probably talking about it! And in the midst of it all, TNP Radio plays the best in new Hip Hop. Past guests include Paul Porter, founder of RapRehab and former BET program director, legendary Hip Hop artist Masta Ace, and Ferguson community activist B-Gyrl.

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But the show isn’t free to produce. While we have had sponsors to cover the cost of studio time, it’s difficult to find reliable sponsors who can advertise month after month. This is where you come in! If you value thought-provoking discussions about Hip Hop culture and the state of the world, we need your help.  Your donations, small or large, will help us keep the show going, whether or not we get sponsors every episode. Anything from $5 to a million (doesn’t hurt to aim high!!) will allow TNP Radio to continue giving listeners what they’ve come to expect: unapologetic social commentary, humor, and dope Hip Hop music!

All donors will be shouted out on the show (unless they choose to remain anonymous) and will contribute to keeping independent media alive and free from corporate dollars. 

DONATE HERE: www.gofundme.com/tnpradio

WE THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!

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Episode # 5 is on fire as Camille and Seb discuss Baltimore, civil unrest, institutionalized racism, and Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. Iconic Hip Hop artist Masta Ace also joins Take No Prisoners Radio to talk about his journey in the rap game, his classic verse on the Symphony, his impact on the culture, and his latest album with EMC. Also, check out new music by Smoothe Da Hustler, Rapsody, Oddisee, Bad Lucc and EMC. Special shout out to sponsors: RapRehab, Makena Electric, Platformz and Maseed Productions. Feel free to share your thoughts with the hosts via Twitter at @SebIsHipHop and @_CamilleH. Don’t forget to share this episode! Peace.

On the 4th episode of Take No Prisoners Radio, Seb and Camille H are on fire (especially Camille!) as they discuss Kendrick Lamar’s new album and how media is now jumping on the “conscious” rap bandwagon, This leads into a discussion about Hip Hop education as well as an EXTREMELY fiery conversation about the “New Black” and recent controversial comments made by Common, Raven-Symone, Pharrell and Lee Daniels. In this episode, Seb and Camille just ain’t really giving a fuck! Tune in and you’ll see why. This might just be their most heated show yet!! Also, check out music by Rapsody, Ras Kass, Ghostface Killah and Wise Intelligent. Feel free to share your thoughts with the hosts via Twitter at @SebIsHipHop and @_CamilleH

On the 3rd episode of Take No Prisoners Radio, hosts Seb and Camille H discuss the rise of socially conscious mainstream rap, “ratchet rap” and cultural misappropriation. For the second half, Paul Porter, entertainment industry veteran & founder of RapRehab joins the show to reveal the music industry’s dirty secrets. Also, check out new music by Open Mike Eagle, De La Soul ft. Chuck D, RA the Rugged Man and Sa-Roc.