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Paul Rivers Bailey (Love Electric)

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Paul Rivers Bailey is a singer and songwriter representing New York City. We will be talking about his EP entitled, “Love Electric” iTunes: Here is a chronological list of the songs played on the episode. Click the links to purchase. Love Electric Enough’s Enough Gotta Break Out Love Remains Freedom Mentioned on the episode. Click the…

Pete Sayke (Heaven Can Wait)

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Pete Sayke is an emcee, out of Chicago, Illinois. He is also one half of the duo, Grumpy Old Men, with his partner emcee Mike Schpitz. We will be talking with Pete Sayke about his album entitled, “Heaven Can Wait”. iTunes: Here is a chronological list of the songs played on the episode. Click the links…

Anti-Lilly & Phoniks (It’s Nice Outside)

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Anti-Lilly is an emcee, representing Houston, TX. We will be talking about his emotional and jazzy album produced by Phoniks, called, “It’s Nice Outside”.   iTunes: Here is a chronological list of the songs played on the episode. Click the links to purchase. Better Days Grow Happiness Company Cigarettes What Would You Do?   Mentioned on…

MaZhe (What I Learned)

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MaZhe is an emcee, representing San Diego, California. We will be talking about his introspective album, titled, “What I Learned”.   Here is a chronological list of the songs played on the episode.  Trapped Wishful Thinking Revolution Fair Oratory   Mentioned on the episode. Click the links to purchase. Music Me Against The World –…

Jahshua Smith (The Fourth Wall)

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Jahshua Smith is an emcee, representing Detroit, MI. He has worked with and opened for the likes of The Diplomats, Wiz Khalifa, eLZhi (of Slum Village) and others. We will be talking about his conscious and sociopolitical album titled, “The Fourth Wall”     iTunes: Here is a chronological list of the songs played on the episode.…

Katori Walker (Ignorance)

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Katori Walker is an emcee coming from Pasadena, CA. We will be talking about his stimulating and thought-provoking EP titled, “Ignorance”.

K. Bishop (Me Vs. Me)

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K. Bishop is an emcee, representing the island of Trinidad and Tobago. We will be talking about his new album entitled, “Me Vs. Me”   iTunes: Here is a chronological list of the songs played on the episode. Click the links to purchase. Calypso Soul When They Need You Own Thing Femi9 What You Have  …

James Gardin (Living Daylights)

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James Gardin is an emcee, singer, and songwriter, representing Michigan. We will be talking about his motivational and feel-good album, titled, “Living Daylights”, as well as some of his past and recent singles.   iTunes: Here is a chronological list of the songs played on the episode. Click the links to purchase. Problems City Limits (ft.…

CashUs King (Figure 8)

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CashUs King is an emcee hailing from Leimert Park, which is on the South Westside of Los Angeles. He has collaborated with phenomenal music artists like, Blu, Ras Kass, Denmark Vessey, Planet Asia, Yamin Semali, Aloe Blacc, and many more. We’ll be talking about his new mixtape called “Figure 8” and whatever else come to mind.  …

Inside Private Prisons: An American Dilemma in the Age of Mass Incarceration

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More than a 100,000 of the 1.5 million incarcerated Americans are held in private prisons in twenty-nine states and federal corrections. Private prisons are criticized for making money off mass incarceration―to the tune of $5 billion in annual revenue. From divestment campaigns to boardrooms to private immigration-detention centers across the Southwest, Lauren-Brooke Eisen examines private…

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