Friday, February 8, 2008

Hip Hop History???

Hip Hop History 
 Here it is. Davey D's Hip Hop Corner has it all. News, views, reviews, interviews and points of views all about the art form known as "Hip Hop". If you want to know who's who and what's what regarding this phenomenon in the USA. then this sure looks like the place to be.  Davey D who's been well into Hip Hop for more than 3 decades, presents to us in the form of this web site, what is possibly the most comprehensive catalog of Hip Hop and it's adherents in existence.

  Did you say Hip Hop?  Well here it is you just have to see for yourself there's just too much going on for me to tell you. I will say I've listened to many Davey D interviews and I always learned something and had fun doing it too. Sometimes it left me feeling a little too agitated but hey! we need that too. This is one O.G. who is going to recommend this site even though I haven't seen it all. Enjoy it.

Breakdown FM w/ Davey D
 Take hundreds of insightful interviews, to say nothing of historical facts regarding Hip Hop, by those who were and are doing it couple that with the latest technology in the form of podcasting and there is nothing else for me to say because you can hear it all for yourself. I love it.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

How about some black sports history?

I found a blog that can do this better than I, it's called MVP Blacks.
This blog put together by Mr. NBA, it's loaded with sports facts and figures, got lots of great photos and good music to boot. Enjoy it.

Now That's What I'm Talkin' About!!! Podcast

A very nice podcast hosted by Theo Johnson.
In Now That's What I'm Talkin' About!!! Theo talks about a wide range
of topics of interest to African Americans.His podcast has the feel of sitting in a  living room talking with friends.

The program moves between topics very smoothly. I've never had the
feeling that his program was dragging, just the right amount is time
is devoted to each segment.

We're presented with a Black Hero of the day, some music or spoken
word and usually touches on some current events and sometimes an interview.

The sound quality of the show is very good keeping with the rest of the program. I'd recommend this podcast if you're interested in upbeat, inspiring,  informative programming about and from the Black community.