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Published: Sat, 01 Dec 2007 17:26:00 +0000

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Hip Hop War Report Episode 16 -"War Mix"-(Mumia Abu Jamal, Styles P, AKIR, Black Thought, Rhymefest)

Sat, 01 Dec 2007 17:26:00 +0000

Greetings and welcome to another episode of the Hip Hop War Report. This episode will feature War Report Radio. War Report Radio is essentially some new exclusive Hip Hop from forthcoming projects. The War Report endorses this Hip Hop and stands behind every song played. The War Report will start with the brilliant and world renowned journalist Mumia Abu Jamal. Mumia offers his insight with a extraordinary lecture called, “Dictators in the Empires Employ?.  The title speaks for itself. I want to thank all the War Report supporters for listening. Sit back and enjoy the Hip Hop!

 

Today’s artist featured include:

 

Styles P. featuring Black Thought – “Cause Im Black?

Song from the forthcoming album Super Gangsta “Extraordinary Gentlemen? – Dec. 4th, 2007

www.myspace.com/stylesp

 

Akir feat. Payshir- “I Love My Life?

Song from the forthcoming album titled “The Plan?- Summer ‘08

www.myspace.com/akir

 

Hakim (from Channel Live)- “Hip Hop Nation?

www.myspace.com/channellive77

 

Cormega feat. Lil Fame- “718?

Song from the album/dvd titled “Who Am I?…IN STORES NOW!

www.myspace.com/cormega

 

Rhymefest- “Real Nigga Quotes?

Song from the forthcoming album “EL CHE? release date April ‘08

www.myspace.com/rhymefest

 

 

For more information on Mumia Abu Jamal please log on to www.freemumia.org

 


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 15 (Jena 6, Rev Yearwood Assault, General AMIR)

Sat, 15 Sep 2007 12:30:00 +0000

Welcome to a new episode of the Hip Hop War Report. Today we bring you breaking news involving the Jena 6 travesty and a recent hate crime of similar nature that occurred at the University of Maryland. Sue Ying will brief everyone on the Jena 6 case and its latest developments. Bashir will chime in and give you the truth behind the hate crime that the University of Maryland won't even acknowledge as an act of terror. Bashir speaks with Solomon Commissiong who is Assistant Director of Student Involvement and Public Relations on campus at the Nyumburu Cultural Center. Solomon and 2 of his colleagues give us the true breakdown of what took place as well as the current emotional state on campus.     Before we even get to that we have to shed light on a gross injustice by US Capitol Police on a very dear friend of the Hip Hop War Report. Reverend Lennox Yearwood was brutally attacked by US Capitol Police simply for exercising his right to appear at a public hearing on Capitol Hill. Minister Yearwood is the president of the Hip Hop Caucus a organization which strives for political and social change. The Hip Hop Caucus organizes youth to get actively involved in issues of war, poverty, racial injustice and the environment. Please go to www.hiphopcaucus.org and support this movement. Rev. Yearwood released, charged with assaulting a police officer:   Part of increasing Capitol Hill crackdown on voices of dissent Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Jr., President of the Hip Hop Caucus, was released from custody yesterday evening, after his arraignment. He is charged with assaulting a police officer and disorderly conduct outside of the hearing room on Capitol Hill where Gen. Petraeus gave testimony on Iraq this past Monday.   Rev. Yearwood gave this statement yesterday after his arraignment hearing: "My role is to make government more transparent to the people, especially people of color. How am I supposed to convince other African-Americans to come to Capitol Hill to participate in democracy, when Capitol Police will go so far as to jump me when I question my exclusion from a hearing that is open to the public? We all know what ‘driving while Black‘ is, well I would call this ‘democracy while Black.‘ Rev. Yearwood was being excluded from the hearing room, because, according to the lieutenant on the scene, he was not in line. Witnesses attest to the fact that Rev. Yearwood was in line, but he was denied a blue post-it note ticket without reason when Police handed them out down the line shortly before they started letting people enter. Rev. Yearwood released, charged with assaulting a police officer:   Part of increasing Capitol Hill crackdown on voices of dissent Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Jr., President of the Hip Hop Caucus, was released from custody yesterday evening, after his arraignment. He is charged with assaulting a police officer and disorderly conduct outside of the hearing room on Capitol Hill where Gen. Petraeus gave testimony on Iraq this past Monday. Rev. Yearwood gave this statement yesterday after his arraignment hearing: "My role is to make government more transparent to the people, especially people of color. How am I supposed to convince other African-Americans to come to Capitol Hill to participate in democracy, when Capitol Police will go so far as to jump me when I question my exclusion from a hearing that is open to the public? We all know what ‘driving while Black‘ is, well I would call this ‘democracy while Black.‘ Rev. Yearwood was being excluded from the hearing room, because, according to the lieutenant on the scene, he was not in line. Witnesses attest to the fact that Rev. Yearwood was in line, but he was denied a blue post-it note ticket without reason when Police handed them out down the line shortly before they started letting people enter. Rev. Yearwood suffered severe injuries to his ankle when Police used excessive force, but said "Crutches won‘t stop me from marching in the streets against the occupation of Iraq and the despicable immo[...]


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 14 (Aaron Patterson, Mumia Abu Jamal, DJ GI Joe)

Fri, 20 Jul 2007 10:28:00 +0000

Greetings everyone and welcome to another episode of the Hip Hop War Report. Today we have a very special episode. We humbly ask for everyone in the Chicago area to go out and support Aaron Patterson this morning. Aaron's sentencing hearing will be held today in Chicago. Aaron Patterson has been framed yet again by the Federal Government and the Chicago Pig Department. Please go down to 219 S. Dearborn, Room 2119 in Chicago IL this morning at 9am and be heard. No Justice, No Peace, and demand immediate release for our brother! As for the podcast, we have commentary from world renowned journalist, author, and death row political prisoner, Mumia Abu Jamal. Mumia speaks on the case of Texas Death Row Inmate- Kenneth Foster, who is also wrongfully scheduled to die on August 30, 2007. Please pay close attention to his case and give your support. Finally we have DJ GI Joe. This DJ is no stranger to the WAR REPORT, and he gives us a preview of "Underworld Volume 3".. Joe also gives us and exclusive interview on his thoughts regarding Mumia's appeal hearing on May 17 in Philly. The Underworld keeps its tradition boasting some of the hottest underground emcees in the game. Exclusive never heard before music from Immortal Technique ft. Bootcamp Click, Poison Pen, Diabolic, Laelo Hood Ft. Payshir, NEMS and a host of others! 31 tracks and we play a few for you to sample. Please support this real hip hop!  Please read regarding Aaron Patterson Aaron Patterson Targeted in Police and Fed Frame-up By Caryl Sortwell Chicago, IL - When ex-death row inmate Aaron Patterson was pardoned by Illinois Governor George Ryan in January, 2003, he came out of prison vowing to fight for justice. Within hours of his release, Patterson spoke at a Chicago anti-war rally. The next day he was a featured speaker at an anti-police frame-up community forum hosted by Comite Exigimos Justicia. In the months since his release, Aaron Patterson has proven to be a tireless and inspiring leader in the struggle against Chicago police misconduct, brutality and torture. He emerged as the city’s single most important leader of this fight. This made Patterson an irresistible target for the Chicago police and the U.S. Justice Department. On Aug. 5, Aaron Patterson was arrested by the Chicago Police Department and Federal Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents. Patterson was charged, along with Isaiah Kitchen and Mark Mannie, with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and firearms. Patterson is not charged with possession of drugs or guns, rather the prosecutors are alleging that he intended to become involved in illegal activities. According to the federal government, it is involved in this case because it is able to seek sentences that are much greater than those administered at a local level. Aaron Patterson, if convicted, could face life in prison and millions of dollars in fines. The source of the government’s evidence against Patterson is derived from an informant who is known by the street name of Fox. Fox was arrested in November 2003 for possession of over $100,000 in drugs and was facing a possible 30-year prison sentence. Yet Fox never went to prison, because he told authorities he could deliver Aaron Patterson to them. In March, under guidance from the Justice Department, Fox initiated contact with Patterson and taped a series of conversations with him, for which Fox was paid $6000 by the government. According to Patterson, he knew all along that he was being targeted and taped by the government through Fox. At the same time that Fox was taping Patterson, Patterson was taping Fox. He was trying to trap the government agents who were trying to entrap him. As he told the Chicago Tribune, “I got videotapes, I got license plate numbers of undercover cars. Serial numbers for all the money. Everything.? Whether Patterson’s evidence of his entrapment will be helpful to his defense is unclear, since federal agents removed loads of evidence from his mother’s home the day of his arrest. [...]


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 13 (X-Clan, Mumia ABu Jamal, Mixtapeshow.net)

Sun, 13 May 2007 14:35:00 +0000

Greetings everyone and welcome to a special edition of the Hip Hop War Report. There has been a lot going on in the news and we do our best to give it to our people straight. The first part of this podcast is provided by Digital Dex from the www.mixtapeshow.net This is not a simple interview, and its definitely not just another episode. This is a condensed version of a hour long special provided by the mixtapeshow.net. I encourage all War Report listeners to go to www.mixtapeshow.net and get the full episode During the last few weeks, Hip-Hop has been under serious fire from the mainstream media, not only because of the backlash following Don Imus termination, but the more recent 60 minutes interview featuring Camron and Anderson Coopers interpretation of the Stop Snitching mantra. So in order to bring some clarity to the situation, I spoke to several different community leaders, all of different backgrounds. Featured guests are as follows: Aishah Simmons An African-American feminist and activist documentary filmmaker, producer of the award-winning No!: The Rape Documentary, and perhaps best known to longtime listeners of the Mixtape Show as the older sister of Atlantic Recording artist DJ Drama (previously interviewed here). John Robinson also known as Lil Sci a producer, MC, and President of Shaman Work Recordings, which has put out releases from artists such as Emanon, CL Smooth, and MF Doom. Willie Da solo artist and core member of one of the most influential rap groups to ever come out of the South, the Geto Boys. Davey D Hip-hop historian, journalist, deejay, and community activist, whose website, Davey-D's Hip-Hop Corner, is one of the oldest and most respected Hip-Hop sites on the net. The second part of the podcast is a very special interview with Brother Jay from the X-Clan. Brother Jay speaks on conscious hip hop and its ability to reach people. He also expresses his views on the upliftment of people through unity. Brother Jay gives his opinions on the Iraq War and how the people have giving up on the system. We also bless you with some exclusive X-Clan from their latest album titled Return from Mecca available on www.Xclanmusic.com  Finally we have political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal speaking on decolonization and how the same struggle is fought on a global front. We are very blessed to have Mumia's voice to enlighten our struggle right here on the Hip Hop War Report. Thank You MUMIA! FREE MUMIA ABU JAMAL! Please make note of this date on your calendars!   MAY 17: ALL OUT IN PHILADELPHIA IN SUPPORT OF MUMIA! On May 17th Mumia's case will be reviewed by The Third Circuit Court Of Appeals in Philadelphia to decide whether Mumia gets a new trial, life in prison without parole, or execution.  The whole world is watching how The Third Circuit will rule.  We must let them know where we stand:  Only Mumia's release or a new trial is acceptable!  MAY 17 WILL BE THE START OF AN ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL STAGE IN THE STRUGGLE FOR MUMIA'S LIFE AND FREEDOM.   For more info click these links:   www.mixtapeshow.net www.xclanmusic.com www.freemumia.com  [...]


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 12- DJ Chela

Wed, 28 Mar 2007 03:07:00 +0000

Greetings and welcome to a very special episode of the Hip Hop War Report! Today we are very proud to present our second edition of the  mixtape showcase. DJ Chela is our focus and the mixtape is called Torch Pass. This concept created by the beautiful DJ Chela, highlights some very talented underground artist as well as industry heavyweights passing the torch to them. Torch Pass features artists like Jay-Z, Immortal Technique, Saigon, The A-Alikes, AKIR, Nas, Papoose, and a plethora of great up and coming emcees. This Mixtape is hosted by GRAFH. In addition to this great piece of work, AKIR interviews Chela and picks her brain on some very important topics. From her love for turntablism to honoring the memory of JUSTO, its all right here on the Hip Hop War Report. All my females stand up and salute! DJ CHELA Presents "Torch Pass" The second segment of the DJ showcase features a interview done by Dex Digital from www.mixtapeshow.net. Dex interviews Aisha Shahida Simmons, who is an award winning independent feminist filmmaker, writer and activist based out of Philly. Aisha is also the sister of DJ Drama. Ms. Simmons gives a detailed account of the raid on DJ Drama's office in Atlanta on January 16.Thanks to everyone for tuning in to another episode of the Hip Hop War Report!      RIP JUSTO FAISON!!!!      Please click on these links for more info about this particular podcast:    www.chelaonline.com  www.myspace.com/djchela  www.murdamamis.com  www.viperrecords.com  www.aalikes.net  www.myspace.com/akir  www.godsson.net  www.myspace.com/saigonthayardfather  www.papooseonline.com  www.rocafella.com  www.grafh.com  www.themixtapeawardsonline.com  www.mixtapeshow.net  www.notherapedocumentary.org  www.lupefiasco.com[...]


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 11 (Health Cast- Mumia Abu Jamal, KhaazRa MaaRanu)

Tue, 27 Feb 2007 08:58:00 +0000

Greetings and welcome to this special edition of the Hip Hop War Report. Today we bring to you a podcast based on the most important thing in your life: YOUR HEALTH!. The War Report has teamed with KhaazRa MaaRanu from www.dpeeps.com and www.holisticperspective.net to get his insight on the topic of "gene mutation". KhaazRa breaks it down into common terms so we can all understand the importance of this topic. The Hip Hop War Report is dedicated to keeping the public informed with truth. In order to enjoy a healthy life we have to change our eating habits and at least recognize what is bad for our bodies. We start this podcast with great words from the world renowned journalist and political prisoner, Mumia Abu Jamal. Mumia weighs in on the topic of global warming. This piece is titled the "Planets Death Row". Please take time to listen to the facts and truth about this very serious problem.I would like to give you this information passed on to me by a War Report correspondent, Da Da the Goldenchild. Its a comparison between WATER and COKE. You be the judge!WATER#1. 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.(Likely applies to half the world population.) #2. In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is mistaken for hunger.#3. Even MILD dehydration will slow down one's metabolism as 3%.#4. One glass of water will shut down midnight hunger pangs for almost 100% of the dieters studied in a University of Washington study. #5. Lack of water, is the #1 trigger of daytime fatigue.#6. Preliminary research indicates that 8-10 glasses of water a day could significantly ease back and joint pain for up to 80% of sufferers.#7. A mere 2% drop in body water can trigger fuzzy short-term memory, trouble with basic math, and difficulty focusing on the computer screen or on a printed page. #8. Drinking 5 glasses of water daily decreases the risk of colon cancer by 45%, plus it can slash the risk of breast cancer by 79%., and one is 50% less likely to develop bladder cancer. Are you drinking the amount of water you should drink every day? COKE#1. In many states the highway patrol carries two gallons of Coke in the trunk to remove blood from the highway after a car accident.#2. You can put a T-bone steak in a bowl of Coke and it will be gone in two days. #3. To clean a toilet: Pour a can of Coca-Cola into the toilet bowl and let the "real thing" sit for one hour, then flush clean. The citric acid in Coke removes stains from vitreous china.#4. To remove rust spots from chrome car bumpers: Rub the bumper with a rumpled-up piece of Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil dipped in Coca-Cola.#5. To clean corrosion from car battery terminals: Pour a can of Coca-Cola over the terminals to bubble away the corrosion. #6. To loosen a rusted bolt: Apply a cloth soaked in Coca-Cola to the rusted bolt for several minutes.#7. To bake a moist ham: Empty a can of Coca-Cola into the baking pan, wrap the ham in aluminum foil, and bake. Thirty minutes before ham is finished, remove the foil, allowing the drippings to mix with the Coke for a sumptuous brown gravy. #8. To remove grease from clothes: Empty a can of Coke into the load of greasy clothes, add detergent, and run through a regular cycle. The Coca-Cola will help loosen grease stains. It will also clean road haze from your windshield. FOR YOUR INFORMATION:#1. The active ingredient in Coke is phosphoric acid. It will dissolve a nail in about four days. Phosphoric acid also leaches calcium from bones and is a major contributor to the rising increase of osteoporosis. #2. To carry Coca-Cola syrup (the concentrate) the commercial trucks must use a hazardous Material place cards reserved for highly corrosive materials.#3. The distributors of Coke have been using it to clean engines of the trucks for about 20 years! Now the question is, would you like a glass of water? or Coke?For more information about this podcast click these li[...]


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 10 (Public Enemy & Da Da The Goldenchild)

Thu, 08 Feb 2007 01:46:00 +0000

Welcome to another episode of the Hip Hop War Report. Today's episode features interviews JR, the Minister of Information, from the Block Report.  JR interviews Flava Flav and Chuck D. from the world renowned hip hop group, "Public Enemy".  JR and Flava Flav discuss the legacy of "Public Enemy", as well as Stanley "Tookie" Williams and Flav's reality show.
The second segment features our independent artists spotlight.  Today's spotlight will feature Brooklyn's own DaDa the Golden Child.  This interview will be conducted by Akir.  In this interview Akir and Golden Child discuss the collaborative effort known as The Reavers.  The Reavers is a group comprised of eleven independent hip-hop artists from across the nation.  The Reavers' album is an incredible effort boasting many great names such as:  Golden Child, Hasan Salaam, Akir, Billy Woods, Karniege, Keith Masters and Priviledge, just to name a few.
The Reavers first single is entitled "The Slums"and was produced by Golden Child.  "The Slums" is a recording reality that delves into the lives of people in the hood.  The emcees performing on this song express their views, good and bad, about the places where we dwell.  "The Slums" communicates how the people in the hood fight back.  The creative lyricism displayed on "The Slums" illustrates how the poor neighborhoods and projects were designed as traps.  These traps keep people contained in a distressed state and fighting amongst themselves despite what the media may tell us.  We highly recommend The Reavers' album "Terror Firma".
They go on to discuss DaDa the Golden Child's hip-hop/reggae band "Plan B".  Akir and Golden Child talk about how progressive hip-hop is becoming as it pertains to the live show.  Golden Child also discusses the Original Sessions' Band Showcase, in which Plan B is currently involved.  We are also pleased to announce that Golden Child will be a new correspondent for the Hip Hop War Report.
Finally, this episode concludes with an interview between JR and Chuck D, in which they discuss independent labels and freelance media.  Chuck D expresses his opinion on the record industry vs. the music business.

www.myspace.com/dadathegoldenchild
www.sonicbids.com/goldenchild
www.oneenterprises.com
www.myspace.com/blockreportradio
www.publicenemy.com
www.myspace.com/thereavers


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 9 (Know Thy Enemy)

Sun, 07 Jan 2007 07:08:00 +0000

Welcome to a new episode of the Hip Hop War Report. Today we have a special episode that gives our people a clear picture of the enemy.  We have indisputable evidence regarding the government assassination of Chairman Fred Hampton and Defense Captain Mark Clark.  Block report correspondent M.O.I. JR, interviews the widow of Chairman Fred Hampton, Momma Akua Njeri.  Akua gives in detail the events leading up to the murder of Chairman Fred and Mark Clark.  She is one of the survivors of this injustice.  Before this interview, we feature an eloquent description of recent police brutality through the words of political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal.  This piece is titled "No Safe Age".  Mumia discusses  the murder of Sean Bell (23) and Kathryn Johnston (92) by the NYPD and Georgia Police.  We close this episode with the words of El Hajj Malik Shabazz.  Malcolm X speaks on another enemy in the same regime, "white liberals".  It is important to know our enemy, as well as their capabilities.  The United States government will use every resource in its power to corrupt the people and spread frivolous propaganda.  The Hip Hop War Report will oppose the oppressor and fight with every tool in its power to educate our people.  We will not back down and continue to fight until all political prisoners are free. 

 

For more information click these links:

www.myspace.com/hiphopwarreport

www.myspace.com/blockreportradio

      www.myspace.com/chairmanfredpart_2

www.prisonradio.org

www.freemumia.com

                                                  www.freemumia.org


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 8 (Laelo Hood)

Sun, 17 Dec 2006 21:23:00 +0000

Welcome to another episode of Hip Hop War Report. Today we take a journey into the DC underground scene and interview Laelo Hood! Laelo talks about his up bringin, giving people a good insight to his music. In todays watered down version of hip hop, Laelo provides a much needed flavor to break the monotony. Currently, "Ghetto Prophet: Water of Life" is a true effort of self expression. Pay from Payshir dives into the mind of Laelo Hood!
Check it out!

For more information check these links
www.myspace.com/laelohoodmusic
www.myspace.com/hiphopwarreport
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Hip Hop War Report Episodes 7.1 & 7.2 (Mumia )

Tue, 05 Dec 2006 06:04:00 +0000

Thank you for tuning in for this special edition of the Hip Hop War Report. Today is a double episode that features new music from AKIR in memory of Sean Bell who was murdered on his wedding day by the NYPD. HIP HOP WAR REPORT EPISODE 7.1 POCC: Block Report Radio interview political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal   Hip Hop War Report Correspondent Minister of Information JR of POCC: Block Report Radio interviewed Black Panther political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal about the 25th year of his unjust incarceration, as well as, the 40th Anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party.   During the interview, he gives his opinion on Black Panthers who are still in the battle for human right and self determination, as well as, on those that have “retired? from the Movement. He talks about how he believes conditions in the poorest parts of Black Amerikkka have gotten progressively worst than they were in the 60’s. Mumia also goes into the mainstream media’s portrayal of the Party, and how it’s coverage was not surprising, and how leftwing authors including Charles Jones’ “The Black Panther Party Reconsidered?, and his own book “We Want Freedom? have done a lot to “open up perspectives?.   Mumia gives his reflections on the late great cofounder of the Black Panther Party, Minister of Defense Huey P. Newton, as well as his opinion on the relevance of the Black Panthers 10 Point Platform today, in the Black community. Mumia goes on to discuss how it is “as important as life or death? for journalist to cover stories that aren’t being covered as well as offer a progressive opinion to stories that are being picked up by the mainstream. He discusses the war of terrorism in Iraq, and how the media pushed people into supporting a bogus war among other things.   It is important that listeners of the Hip Hop War Report and POCC: Block Report Radio support the unconditional release of political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal, recognizing that he is one of the most revolutionary and articulate voices in the media, of our generation, as well as, his so-called trial was plagued with unfairness, including the refusal to admit the confession of Arnold Beverly into evidence, the dismissing of potential Black jurors simply because they were Black, police coercion of witnesses, and ballistic tests that state that the caliber of the bullet that killed Faulkner was not the same caliber of bullets that fit Mumia’s gun, among other things.   Listen to this edition of the POCC: Block Report Radio on Hiphopwarreport.com and we have to end this with Free All Political Prisoners! HIP HOP WAR REPORT EPISODE 7.2  (Mumia Basketball Tournament) Block Report Radio: an interview with Oakland high school students organizing a benefit basketball tournament for political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal               Deputy Minister of Culture Jocelyn of POCC: Block Report Radio interviews a number of Oakland high school students on why they’re organizing a benefit basketball tournament for political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal. During this interview, the students talk about the injustices in Mumia’s trial, the need for people to come out and support the basketball tournament, and Mumia, because if this injustice happened, “it could happen to anybody, it could happen to you, it could happen to me?. They also explained that the basketball tournament will be happening on December 10th ‘06, at Poplar Park in West Oakland, and will feature rap acts like Beeda Weeda, Kaz of the Team, Mistah F.A.B., the Pack, Team Thunder, and more.   This particular segment of POCC: Block Report Radio was put on the Hip Hop War Report podcast, because we believe that it is important for youn[...]


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Hip Hop War Report Episode 6 (Chairman Fred Hampton JR Legacy Tour)

Fri, 17 Nov 2006 05:42:00 +0000

Block Report Radio Interview wit’ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr

 

            The Hip Hop War Report Correspondent Minister of Information JR of the POCC: Block Report Radio interviewed Chairman Fred Hampton Jr about the importance of the “POCC’s Long Live the Legacy? as well as the 40th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party. The tour had many stops including Oakland, Berkeley, San Francisco, and NYC. Chairman Fred goes on to explain the strategy behind some of the organizing that the Black Panthers were doing like the “Free Breakfast? program and the stop sign campaign. He talked about how he, like Tookie Williams, grew up in a climate where “you could either a boy scout or a banger?, not a freedom fighter, in the absence of a freedom fighting organization like the Black Panther Party, which gave the people the vehicle to fight back in our own interest. Chairman Fred says that he dedicates his life, as well as the life of the organization, the Prisoners of Conscience Committee, to making sure that nobody in our community has to grow up in that climate again.

 

            He related how the Black Panther Party’s mission was to demonstrate for the people, so that they could take up the campaigns to fight in their own interest such as the street sign campaign in the 60’s, and he related it to how right now in ’06, youngsters again started getting hit by cars on that same exact corner in North Oakland, and in the spirit of the Black Panther Party, the people took it upon themselves to create stop signs where they thought that they should be. This is a must hear edition of the POCC Block Report Radio right here on Hiphopwarreport.com. Check it…

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www.myspace.com/chairmanfred_part2

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Hip Hop War Report (Mixtape Edition DJ GI Joe)

Tue, 31 Oct 2006 13:32:00 +0000

Greetings! Once again the Hip Hop War Report is in your area. We have expanded the podast! This episode is what we call our mixtape edition. Today, we've  featured "The Underworld Mixtape" brought to you from DJ GI Joe of the "Turntable Anihilists." The Turntable Anihilists(www.turntableanihilists.com) consist of 4 DJ's. DP One, Blowout, DJ Xlpor and our featured DJ, GI JOE.

Welcome to the UNDERWORLD MIX CD brought to you exclusively by Turntable Anihilists. The UNDERWORLD is not just a mix tape, it is a constant smack in the face that 'HIP HOP" is still alive. We say UNDERWORLD because our underground music has turned into a world of possibilities. We are the people of the streets, the emcee's radio's fear. We do not hide the truth. We speak loud and proud. For some emcee's the UNDERWORLD is the only place they will ever be heard. For others it is a launching pad for they're career to be. The UNDERWORLD is the one place that can take you into the future and bring you back to where you started. The UNDERWORLD for us is who we are where we live and how we talk. Just like hip hop it was created by us the people of the ghetto. The UNDERWORLD allows emcee's from everywhere to come together as one and represent hip hop at its purest form. As long as the music industry keeps supporting garbage music, the UNDERWORLD will always be alive in the hearts of real hip hop heads everywhere. If you are tired of the music you continually hear come join the under UNDERWORLD world project. This is a movement created and supported by the people for the people.

To book DJ GI JOE contact him at :

  • Home Office: 718.258.9084
  • Email 1: djgijoe@gmail.com
  • Email 2: gijoe@turntableanihilists.com
  • Myspace Page: www.myspace.com/djgijoe

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    http://traffic.libsyn.com/payshir/Hip_Hop_War_Report_Mixtape_Episode_5_DJ_GIJoefinal.mp3?dest-id=38337




    Hip Hop War Report Episode 4 (Mumia Abu Jamal)

    Mon, 02 Oct 2006 23:28:00 +0000

    Today the Hip Hop War Report brings you a very special interview with Black Panther political prisoner and world renowned writer, Mumia Abu Jamal. This episode is brought to you by my brother in struggle and minister of information, JR from "The Block Report." Mumia discusses the importance of independent media and maintaining a voice for the people. Also, Mumia explains the purpose and power of corporate media's influence on the public. We need to support Mumia and watch his case closely because he did not receive a fair trial. FREE 'EM ALL! 

     

    For more information on Mumia and his case check:

    www.mumia.org

    www.freemumia.org

    www.terrybisson.com/mumia.html

    www.freemumia.com

    www.prisonradio.org/mumia.htm

     

     

     

     

     


    Media Files:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/payshir/Hip_Hop_War_Report_Episode_4_Mumia_1.mp3?dest-id=38337




    Hip Hop War Report Episode 3 (Payshir Interview)

    Wed, 20 Sep 2006 15:06:00 +0000

    This special episode of the Hip Hop War Report is about the creators of this podcast...Payshir!(www.myspace.com/payshir) Interviewed by Sue Ying, she dives into the minds of Pay and Bashir. The founders discuss their relationship and what motivates them to do music and podcasts. Payshir also discusses 2 songs that has a direct impact on the urban community. The first song discussed is called "Suspects", featuring AKIR(www.myspace.com/akir), basically breaking down the racial discrimination aspect of black men living in america. The second song discussed is called "Real Criminal". This song focuses on police brutality and how if a cop kills it is "justified" or accepted. We as a people have to stand up and correct the law enforcement that use excessive force. If we dont then who will???


    Media Files:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/payshir/Hip_Hop_War_Report_Episode_3_Payshir_2.mp3?dest-id=38337




    Hip Hop War Report Episode #2 (Davey D- Block Report Interview)

    Thu, 31 Aug 2006 05:13:00 +0000

    This special episode of the Hip-Hop War Report PayShir(www.payshir.com)  (www.myspace.com/hiphopwarreport) links with J. R. and the Block Report (www.myspace.com/blockreportradio). J. R. interviewed world renowned hip-hop journalist Davey D. www.daveyd.com as he reports on the "Net Neutrality Act" in congress. This is a bill that will give major music and other media conglomerates such as phone and internet companies the power to regulate the speed of artist websites, search-engines and music downloads sites. This is done as an effort to control music on the internet much like the way it is cotrolled on regular terrestrial  and mainstream radio.

    The Block Report is a radio show that's dedicated to spreading information about the struggle. These are not studio journalists. J. R., the Minister of Information, is constantly in the streets bringing you full coverage of our soldiers in the struggle. From Shutting down a press conference of congressman Bobby Rush, to Fred Hampton Jr. speaking in Watts. The Minister of Info is right there on the front lines.

    Highlights from this episode:

    Davey D. discusses how internets speeds in many other countries including South Africa and Beirut are 50 to 100 times faster than in America.

     

    Davey D. talks about congressman Bobby Rush and the "C.O.P.E. act" Also how the music industry, media and telecommunications companies are working together to stack the deck against indie artist and other competitors

    Block Report Website- www.mypace.com/blockreportradio

    For more info on the "Net Neutrality"- www.savethenet.com

    Davey D- www.daveyd.com

    Payshir- www.myspace.com/payshir  or www.payshir.com

    Verizon- www.verizon.net

    AT&T- www.att.net

     


    Media Files:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/payshir/Hip_Hop_War_Report_Episode_2_Block_Report.mp3?dest-id=38337




    Hip Hop War Report Episode 1 (AKIR)

    Thu, 10 Aug 2006 01:41:00 +0000

    Interview with AKIR discussing the inspiration behind politically driven song-"Treason" featuring Immortal Technique off debut album titled Legacy currently for sale.(http://www.viperrecords.com/)

    Interviewed by PAY DAYE(http://myspace.com/payshir

    Also discusses the mixtape gem titled "Newport Sticks" in which AKIR poetically expresses his feelings towards his favorite cigarette brand-Newports! All interviews are followed by the topic song respectivley.

    Highlights from the show

    * Akir questions artists that take hood views,make money and dont come back to share with the very people that made them....."TREASON"

    * Akir discusses his upbringing around cigarettes and how the tobacco companies target the black community. ......"Newport Sticks"

    Please cut and paste links!

    buy- Street Editions 1&2 (http://cdbaby.com/cd/akir)

    Rock the Bells tour dates-(http://myspace.com/rockthebellsfestival)

    Akir's myspace-(http://www.myspace.com/akir)

    Akir's company-(http://www.oneenterprises.com/)


    Media Files:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/payshir/Akirs_Podcast_Final.mp3?dest-id=38337