This is a ‘Papa Said Knock You Out!’ rebroadcast episode of Atlanta’s premier Hip-Hop radio show that aired Friday night 9pm-12midnight EST from the Peachtree Street studios of Atlanta’s most popular internet radio station — ABLRADIO! In addition to the quality uncut bangers played on the show this week, we also had a few special guest interviews on ‘The Beatz & Lyrics Show with Jayforce!’
We always bring you a heavy hitting show especially for this edition! We have Ismael AbduSalaam founder of BeatsBoxingMayhem.com. He breaks down the latest in Boxing and what’s hot in Hip Hop. We dont stop there though Will Feagins Jr. talking about his latest Documentary/Film “Divided Time.” He explores the topic of Fathers spending time with their children while working on their love and craft of Music. Tunes brought to you by Jayforce with commentary from Twice Born The God and ArtByOdell. So play, download, share and enjoy!
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“Eat sh!t is what I told ‘em…”
– Rich Kidd
Fresh as the new snow is these flows. Check out the visuals (just as fresh) for “Brick” by Canadian emcee/producer Rich Kidd. Gudini riding along on the song. Single available on the FREE mixtape download (linked below) entitled “In My Opinion.”
Nice one from RoJo’s album “1021” (out now). This “There You Go” leak… more like… oozes a sensual vibe over an up-tempo sexy beat. Something sung sexy by someone sexy. Take a listen. Look at the cover. Hear, see and agree.
That’s right. Controversy, thee hath two names: Apollo Brown and Rass Kas! They made that “How To Kill God” video; as though the song title (and lyrics) would not raise enough eyebrows and ires. Dope though. Both of ‘em.
The single and full-length (“Blasphemy”) are linked below… you’re welcome!
As long as it ain’t ‘broke’ I give a f#ck what you call me…
This banging beat and the crazy sample at the beginning had you dreaming of some on location overseas crazy video concept, right? If not, you were on the money (with yo’ unphased azz)… because your mans and them – The L.O.X. – decided to keep it simple suckaz (like ‘KISS… Jadakiss flanked by bredren Sheek Louch and Styles P). Miming the hard rhyming right there in the studio as the banger played.
“Wipe your feet off before you step in my city.”
Yooo! That’s that hella hard. Like this whole cut. Havoc gave it to you with both barrels on “13”… but on this “What I Rep” (feat. Skeek Louch of The L.O.X.)… off his follow-up project ninjaaaa… OKAAAYY, it’s “13 Reloaded” (due out November 18, 2014)!
The Wu-Tang’s Chef and Ironman Tony Starks go HAM on this freestyle, remixing Troy Ave’s jawn with all the current buzzy-buzz… “All About The Money.” Dope treatment. Listennnn!
Ali Shaheed Muhammad remixes five jawns to make the the Souls Of Mischief project “There Is Only Now Remixed” that much tastier a plate. Ch-check it out below (title track and LP).
Oh yessir, can we get a yes yes y’all for this video? For the 1978ers (yU & Slimkat) and their FREE “One Nine 7-T-8″ single? For their forthcoming “People Of Today” LP (all of which we’ve posted on here for you)? Yeah y’all c’mon!
M.O.P.! Danze! Fame! With Bussa Buss! In “Broad Daylight” they put a lyrical rock-bye-baby on that i-FRESH beat. Now, there’s a video? Well, there should be! Peep… and there’s more coming (like that full-length, “Street Certified” due out November 18, 2014).
BANGER! The beat drops hard, and the lyrics go just as hard. The story though… that’s the real story!
Visuals for “On My Way Home,” the latest offering from PJ’s “Undercover” EP, features Philly based emcee/producer Hezekiah surrounded by revolutionary imagery bathed in a cascade of flashing lights crashing against harsh landscapes of the inner city. In the video, Hezekiah tells a story of social awareness in a generation of disillusionment and one man’s warring disposition in such dire circumstances.
Johnny Popcorn is ‘chanting’ up something powerful on the track too, right?
Underground icons Kev Brown (producer and emcee) & Hassaan Mackey (emcee) welcome yU (of Diamond District), Toine (of DTMD), Kaimbr and Eye-Q onto this elevated platform of real Hip-Hop. These are those superior flows, rhyming back-and-forth between the bros. Niceness. This is “Get ‘Em” off that “That Grit” project. Both linked below.
Maaaan. Hope you moved on that new Kendrick Lamar single “I” when we posted the FREE stream; because you gotta see iTunes about it if you want “I” going forward. The very positive side about all this: Kendrick put out a video for the single. Press play to see and hear the product (above). Linked that iTunes below if you want to follow and cop.
(Wait, is that Ron “Mr. Bigg” Isley in there?)
This is a Hip-Hop sermonette. Obviously, this previously unreleased “SCRAPS” was shared to bless listeners (given the message below and that it’s FREE, sure… but wait until you play this jawn).
I heard this beat playing while praying at City Lights in Toronto.
I wrote this entire song the same night, and recorded it the following afternoon.
that was a year ago.
The hook has been playing over and over in my mind lately, even though I haven’t been listening to the song at all.
I thought I’d share it with y’all…
perhaps it will speak to you too.
Beautiful. Now, there is a message in here (just saying… you know… while you’re nodding your head).
DOWNLOAD: ETERNIA – SCRAPS (PROD. BY DURAZZO)