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Audio: Get Built 101 – The OG Grip Episode

Posted by on May 7, 2017 in Interviews, Podcast | 0 comments

QueFourFive has a conversation with OG Grip, a hip hop artist hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They discuss Grip’s start with rap music, Minneapolis’ hip hop scene and cultural diversity, his project “Linchpin”, his experience with collaborating with rap legend Scarface, and more.
Visit OG Grip’s website to get in tune with his music and more.
og-grip.com/

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Get Built 101: The Convo Episode 4

Posted by on May 1, 2017 in Audio, Podcast | 0 comments

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Bobby Flawless and QueFourFive chime in with another episode of “The Convo”. Special guest appearance by Del aka Mr. Fontain from the

J Fontain Radio Show! Listen in as they discuss topics from the culutre of hip hop, entertainment, and news!

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Audio: The Cipher – EP 196 DJ EFN

Posted by on Apr 25, 2017 in Podcast | 0 comments

DJ EFN has done it all in hip-hop: hosted mixtapes, put out albums, managed acts, owned a clothing store, run a marketing company, been on the radio, and more.

But now, there are two major projects that have vaulted EFN into the spotlight. First, there’s his Coming Home documentary series, where he travels around the world and discovers different countries through the lens of their hip-hop scene. The newest edition in the series is Coming Home: Vietnam.

Second, EFN created and co-hosts with Nore the wildly popular Drink Champs podcast. The show has wild, booze-fueled conversations with hip-hop’s elite, including Diddy, 50 Cent, Ice T, and dozens of others.

Tracks featured in this episode:

DEATH BY TIGER BONE W/ NORE & DJ EFN
EPISODE 71 W/ KID CAPRI, TONY TOUCH, & A$AP FERG #DRINKCHAMPS
DEATH BY TIGER BONE W/ NORE & DJ EFN
DEATH BY TIGER BONE W/ NORE & DJ EFN
Tax Season, “The NORE Episode”
N.O.R.E., “Moments”
Fat Joe (Full) – Drink Champs #ThirstyThursday
EPISODE 18 W/ KENNY ANDERSON JULY 04, 2016
RICK ROSS INTERVIEW ON MILITAINMENT CRAZY RAW RADIO
Coming Home: Vietnam
Coming Home: Vietnam
Hamburger Hill – Trailer.
“EYE OF THE TIGER” (DEATH BY TIGER BONE PT.2)
50 Cent Part 1 (Full) – Drink Champs
EPISODE 34 W/ DAME DASH #DRINKCHAMPS
Peedi Crakk & Oschino (Full) – Drink Champs
Ja Rule & Jadakiss (Full) – Drink Champs #ThirstyThursday
EPISODE 69 W/ BRAND NUBIAN #DRINKCHAMPS
2 Chainz Wildout at Jack Thriller on the Drink Champ Podcast
Drink Champs | Puff Daddy
DMX (Full) – Drink Champs #ThirstyThursday
EPISODE 71 W/ KID CAPRI, TONY TOUCH, & A$AP FERG #DRINKCHAMPS
DEATH BY TIGER BONE W/ NORE & DJ EFN
Ja Rule & Jadakiss (Full) – Drink Champs #ThirstyThursday
A Tribe Called Quest, “Jazz (We’ve Got)”

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Audio: The Cipher Show Ep. 185- Doctor Dre

Posted by on Mar 12, 2017 in Audio, Interviews, Podcast | 0 comments

Andre “Doctor Dré” Brown is best-known for his time co-hosting Yo! MTV Raps with Ed Lover, a job he held down from 1989 to 1995. He and Ed used their chemistry and comic sensibility to bring hip-hop, and the artists who made it, to a worldwide audience.

But, as you’ll hear, there’s much more to Dré than his time at MTV. He was a key part of the group Original Concept, one of Def Jam’s early signings. He played a key role in the lives of some other early Def Jam acts, Public Enemy and the Beastie Boys. He’s made movies, worked in radio, and done pretty much everything else you can imagine.

Tracks featured in this episode:

The Game f/Fabolous, “Jackin for Beats”
DJ Hollywood, “Shock, Shock, The House”
Willie Wood & Willie Wood Crew, “Willie Rap”
Kurtis Blow, “Christmas Rappin’”
Fatback Band, “King Tim III (Personality Jock)”
CHIC, “Good Times”
The Sugarhill Gang, “Rapper’s Delight”
WABC 77 New York – Ron Lundy (Unscoped) – Feb 5 1975
HANK SPANN-THE SOUL SERVER/ AIRCHECK/1971/WWRL NEW YORK CITY
Public Enemy, “Yo! Bum Rush The Show”
Mr. Bill Radio Show Vol 1 spectrum city (WBAU) Townhouse 3
Dr Dre – Operating Room WBAU FM feat Public Enemy – Public Enemy #1 [WBAU Promo]
BOOGIE DOWN PRODUCTIONS 90.3FM WBAU INTERVIEW (1987)
Mr. Bill Radio Show Vol 3 (WBAU) spectrum city
Original Concept, “Knowledge Me”
Original Concept, “Can You Feel It”
Spectrum City, “Lies”
Spectrum City, “Check Out the Radio”
Run-DMC, “Proud to be Black”
Original Concept, “She’s Gotta Moustache”
Public Enemy, “Public Enemy No.1”
Original Concept, “Jonnie Wuza Gangsta”
Original Concept, “Pump That Bass/LIVE”
Jazzy Jay, “(This) Def Jam”
Led Zeppelin, “Kashmir”
Original Concept, “Total Confusion”
Aerosmith, “Dream On”
Original Concept, “Prejudice”
Public Enemy, “Louder Than A Bomb”
Beastie Boys, “Hold It Now, Hit It”
Yo! MTV Raps – Episode 1 (1988)
Yo! MTV Raps – Episode 1 (1988)
New York Hot Tracks with Commercials 1985 Part 1
Q Lazzarus, “Goodbye Horses”
MTV Logos and Theme Song 1981
Yo! MTV Raps Documentary
JJ Jackson MTV 1984
Carole King, “I Feel The Earth Move”
“Tupac talking about the Hughes Brothers” (from Yo! MTV Raps Documentary)
bill cosby promo
Mel Gibson @ Yo MTV Raps 1995 (HQ)
Yo! MTV Raps Documentary
I Want My Mtv
Yo! MTV Raps Documentary
MC Hammer guest on Yo! MTV Raps (1990)
KFC commercial with MC Hammer
Public Enemy, “Bring The Noise”
The Cipher Episode 169: Martha Diaz and Sommer McCoy
Who’s The Man (Theatrical Trailer)
Siskel & Ebert: Indian Summer/ Who’s the Man/ Boiling Point/ The Dark Half (1993)
Ice Cube, “AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted”
N.W.A., “Express Yourself”
Dr. Dre f/Snoop Doggy Dogg, “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang
Straight Outta Compton (8/10) Movie CLIP – Madness in Detroit (2015) HD
Eazy-E N.W.A. Warren G The D.O.C. AT COMPTON SWAP MEET YO! MTV RAPS 1988
Michael J. Fox on Late Show with David Letterman, May 22, 2000
Dwyane Wade Cousin’s Murder Amid Chicago Shooting Spike

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Audio: The Cipher – Ep. 183: Salaam Remi

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017 in Audio, Podcast | 0 comments

Salaam is a producer who is behind some of the most popular hip-hop, r&b, pop, and dancehall songs of the past several decades. His work with icons like Nas, Amy Winehouse, and The Fugees has been on the airwaves and on the charts consistently since the 1990s.

Salaam is the son of a musician, and got his start early, working on songs with the likes of Kurtis Blow as a teenager in the mid-1980s. By the early 90s, he was already producing hip-hop and dancehall. He did some remixes for an under-appreciated rap group called The Fugees whose first album was on the verge of flopping, and that quickly led to him producing the song “Fu-gee-la” on their monster hit follow up album The Score.

But it was in the early 2000s that Salaam really hit his commercial stride, as he began working closely with Nas on, including many others, the iconic single “Made You Look.” And Remi began working closely with a young singer from London named Amy Winehouse on her 2003 debut Frank, and also produced five songs on her smash hit follow up Back to Black. Miraculously, that’s only the beginning of Salaam’s track record as a producer, musician, composer, and executive.

Tracks featured in this episode:

Kurtis Blow, “Magilla Gorilla”
Fat Boys, “Boys Will Be Boys”
Boo-Dah Bliss Crew, “Pass the Boo-Dah”
Doug E. Fresh, “Original Human Beatbox”
John Coltrane, “A Love Supreme, Pt. III – Pursuance”
Joe Tex, “Papa Was Too”
Chuck Chillout Mix Show Intro – 98.7 Kiss FM WRKS New York – 1988
The Honeydrippers, “Impeach the President
Bob James, “Take Me to the Mardi Gras”
Biz Markie, “Young Girl Bluez”
Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh – La Di Da Di (Full Version)
Biz Markie, “Young Girl Bluez”
Zhigge, “Toss It Up”
Patra f/Lyn Collins, “Think (About It)”
Lyn Collins, “Think (About It)
Patra f/Lyn Collins, “Think (About It)”
DISCO TWINS IT BEGAN IN ASTORIA 1973
Run-DMC, “Sucker M.C.’s (Krush-Groove 1)”
Run-DMC, “Russell & Larry Running At The Mouth”
Nas, “What Goes Around”
Yellowman, “I’m Getting Married”
Super Cat, “Ghetto Red Hot (Hip Hop Mix)”
Bobby Konders & Massive Sounds f/ Mikey Jarrett, “Mack Daddy”
Dennis Brown, “Africa”
Chaka Demus & Pliers, Murder She Wrote (Original Mix) f/ Sly & Robbie
Fugees, “Fu-Gee-La – Sly & Robbie Mix”
Bob Marley & The Wailers, “Exodus”
Dennis Brown, “Money In My Pocket”
Fugees, “Nappy Heads – Remix”
Fugees, “Vocab – Salaam’s Remix”
Fugees, “Recharge”
A Tribe Called Quest, “Bonita Applebum – includes ‘Can I Kick It’ Intro”
Fugees, “Killing Me Softly with His Song”
Mobb Deep, “Give Up the Goods (Just Step) f. Big Noyd”
The Fugees, “Fu-Gee-La”
Wyclef Jean, “What’s Clef”
Wyclef Jean, “What’s Clef”
Wyclef Jean, “What’s Clef”
Wyclef Jean, “What’s Clef”
Amy Winehouse, “Just Friends”
Amy Winehouse, “Addicted”
Amy Winehouse, “Me and Mr Jones”
Amy Winehouse, “Fuck Me Pumps”
The DL: Amy Winehouse Interview – Kelly Osbourne
Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”
Ini Kamoze, “Here Comes the Hotstepper – Heartical Mix”
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”
Amy Winehouse, “Tears Dry On Their Own”
Mack Wilds, “Cold”
Mack Wilds, “Own It”
Mack Wilds, “MaGic!!!”
Mack Wilds f/Raekwon & Doug E. Fresh, “U Can Cry to Me”
Mobb Deep f/Big Noyd, “The Learning (Burn)”
Mack Wilds, “Henny”
Mack Wilds, “Remember the Time”
Nas Dissin hot 97
Nas, “Made You Look”
Public Enemy, “Rebel Without a Pause”
Run-D.M.C.,”Run’s House”
Boogie Down Productions,”My Philosophy”
Eric B. and Rakim,”I Ain’t no Joke”
Nas, “I Can”
Nas f/Alicia Keys, “Warrior Song”
Alicia Keys Fur Elise
Nas f/Bravehearts, “Zone Out”
Nas, “Get Down”
Nas f/Kelis & Claudette Ortiz, “Hey Nas”
Nas f/Jadakiss & Ludacris, “Made You Look (Remix)”
Kurupt, “Take Off”
Ja Rule, “Loose Change”
Incredible Bongo Band, “Apache”
Nas, “Made You Look”
Nas f/Scarlett, “Sekou Story”
Nas, “Who Killed It?”
Bessie Smith, “Nobody Knows You when You’re Down and OUt
Miles Davis, “Bitches Brew”
Nas, “Talk of New York”
Jurassic 5, “Radio”
Nas, “U.B.R. (Unauthorized Biography Of Rakim)”
Eric B. & Rakim, “My Melody”
Lalo Schifrin f/Salaam Remi, “Main Title – Rush Hour Theme”
Salaam Remi, “Praguenosis”
Nas, “A Queens Story”
Salaam Remi, “Queens Story”
Nas, “Where Y’All At”
Nas, “A Queens Story”
Nas, “I’m A Villain”
Nas, “Represent”
Nas, “Bye Baby”
Jazmine Sullivan, “Lions, Tigers & Bears”
Jazmine Sullivan, “Bust Your Windows”
Salaam Remi f/ Miguel, “Come Through and Chill”

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Get Built 101 – The Wendy Day Episode

Posted by on Feb 9, 2017 in Interviews, Podcast, Show Archive | 0 comments

QueFourFive & BobbyFlawless have a conversation w/ hip hop artist advocate #WendyDay ….listen in as she discusses breaking contracts for artists, making deals with leverage, releasing independent music with success , and much more!!

Check out Wendy Day’s online presence to get more knowledge on being successful in the music industry.

WENDY’s BLOG | http://www.industryreport.com
RAP COALITION | http://www.rapcoalition.org
TWITTER | http://www.twitter.com/rapcoalition
INSTAGRAM | http://www.instagram.com/rapcoalition
FACEBOOK | http://www.facebook.com/thisiswendyday

Contact
RapCoalition@aol.com

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