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The emcee and the deejay talk about channeling Bob Marley, Bob Dylan and Fela Kuti on The Messengers.
The Mob Figaz veteran talks about his first official solo, making Billboard charts, and Andre Nickatina and Master P.
Jay-Z's first label artist admires Canibus and OutKast, but has that Roc star ego, with a blank slate to prove?
M-1, stic.man and Green Lantern talk Barack Obama and Asher Roth, and how the more things change, the more they stay the same.
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Two patient rhyme veterans talk about Boston unity, Statik Selektah's helping hand, and what Gang Starr meant to the city.
A poet and a New Jersey emcee explain why words still matter, and how they're conquering the norms of Hip Hop.
The Ohio-meets-New York rapper is talking about working with Pete Rock, and being a Mick Boogie affiliate.
With his Jadakiss-assisted hit "Let's Ride," this classically trained crossover sensation elevates songwriting.
One of the most outspoken voices on air talks good and bad emcees, the challenges of radio and his album.
Ryan Leslie presents himself as a Harvard grad who never sleeps, offering others the key to his hustle.
One of Pharrell's favorite producers explains how hearing his music in Banana Republic made him rethink his sound.