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Rob G. The General talks with iconic rap pioneers about the songs that form the backbone and heritage of Hip Hop. Digging in depth to learn more about the origin of legendary artist and the music that shaped a cultural phenomenon.

Rob G. The General talks with iconic rap pioneers about the songs that form the backbone and heritage of Hip Hop. Digging in depth to learn more about the origin of legendary artist and the music that shaped a cultural phenomenon.
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United States

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Rob G. The General talks with iconic rap pioneers about the songs that form the backbone and heritage of Hip Hop. Digging in depth to learn more about the origin of legendary artist and the music that shaped a cultural phenomenon.

Language:

English

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281-216-5210


Episodes

"Play" Martin (pt. 2): Thank You Lord

1/11/2019
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Christopher "Play" Martin one half of the legendary group Kid N Play explains how they landed their roles in the movie House Party, working with a young Martin Lawrence, why he and Kid only recorded three albums, and how wanted to commit suicide after achieving A-list status in Hollywood.

Duration:01:15:14

"Play" Martin (pt. 1): Thank You Lord

12/29/2018
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Christopher "Play" Martin 1/2 of the iconic rap duo Kid N' Play talks about growing up in Queens during the formative days of Hip Hop, how he thought his ultimate legacy was going to be a life of crime, competing against his partner Kid when they were in separate groups, and how an appearance at the Disco Fever changed his life.

Duration:01:19:28

The D.O.C.: What if?

12/21/2018
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The D.O.C. was on the verge of becoming recognized as one of Hip Hop's preeminent emcee's among the like of LL Cool J, KRS-1, and Rakim. But only a few short months after the release of his debut album "No One Can Do It Better" he was involved in a near fatal car crash that cost him his voice and self-esteem. However, with the love of Erykah Badu and their daughter Puma he has gained true knowledge of self.

Duration:00:57:05

Scarface: I Just Want To Be Normal

12/14/2018
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Scarface, the Geto Boys legend and renowned storyteller shares how hip-hop changed the life of a kid from the south side of Houston, and how he rose to the top-and ushered in a new generation of rap dominance. Scarface is the celebrated rapper whose hits include "On My Block," "Mind Playing Tricks on Me" and "Damn It Feels Good to be a Gangsta" (made famous in the cult film Office Space). The former president of Def Jam South, he's collaborated with everyone from Kanye West, Ice Cube and...

Duration:01:47:47

D-Nice: Hip Hop Curator

12/7/2018
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Derrick "D-Nice" Jones talks about falling in love with Hip Hop, how a chance meeting with DJ Scott La Rock changed his life, the small (and odd) price he had to pay to get KRS-1 to write a verse on his biggest hit, and how he originally offered "They Call Me D-Nice" to Kid Rock.

Duration:00:37:21

Full Force: I'm God Good

12/6/2018
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Full Force ruled Hip Hop and R&B in the 80's and 90's. The Brooklyn based group produced a string of hits ranging from UTFO's "Roxanne, Roxanne" to the Backstreet Boys "All I Have To Give". They even took the muscles and jheri curls to Hollywood as stars of "House Party" with Kid N' Play.

Duration:00:47:08

Tweet The Southern Hummingbird: I Surrender

11/28/2018
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Singer Tweet shares her memories on truly meeting God, the trials endured as a single mom trying to make it in the music biz, falling short of success with her group and ultimately finding stardom as a solo artist with the help of her guardian angel Missy Elliot.

Duration:00:26:07

Kwame The Boy Genius: Fully Realized

11/27/2018
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Rapper, producer, and music executive Kwamé shares how Hip Hop turned it's back on him after Biggie's line in "Unbelievable", almost coming to blows with Slick Rick and how he inadvertently won a prestigious porn award.

Duration:00:58:14

DJ Eddie F: Pt. 4 The Untouchable

11/16/2018
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Pt. 4 of my conversation with music mogul and Hip Hop icon DJ Eddie F. of Heavy and the Boyz fame. He recalls how he was able to get 2Pac and the Notorious B.I.G. on the same song, where he was when he got the news of Heavy D passing, and the time Heavy D told Michael Jackson he was wack.

Duration:00:23:34

DJ Eddie F: Pt. 3 The Untouchable

11/16/2018
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Pt. 3 of the conversation with music mogul and iconic Hip Hop producer DJ Eddie F. of Heavy D and the Boyz, rmemebers how the tragedy of losing Trouble T-Roy become a Hip Hop classic, working and living with a young Diddy, and how he helped Mary J. Blige get her first big hit.

Duration:00:23:35

DJ Eddie F: Pt. 2 The Untouchable

11/16/2018
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Pt. 2 of the conversation with music mogul and iconic Hip Hop producer DJ Eddie F. of Heavy D and the Boyz, In this episode he remembers the night of Trouble T-Roy's fatal accident, when he knew that the group had "made it", Heavy D debating with Uptown founder Andre Harrell on the groups direction, and when he invented the remix.

Duration:00:30:33

DJ Eddie F: Pt. 1 The Untouchable

11/16/2018
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Pt. 1 of conversation with producer, entrepreneur, and music executive DJ Eddie F of Heavy D and the Boyz. He recalls how he first met Heavy D, how Teddy Riley helped produce the groups first hit, and why the group chose clean lyrics instead of profanity.

Duration:00:27:31

Teddy Riley: Pt. 5 Teddy's Jam

11/9/2018
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Part 5 of the interview with Teddy Riley.. The King of New Jack Swing, continues with part 5 of his conversation with Rob G. The General. He shares his feelings and thoughts on one of the best rappers he has ever heard, a young hungry Sean "Diddy" Combs, visionary producer DJ Eddie F., and artist that didn't listen and stopped their own shine.

Duration:00:47:05

Teddy Riley: Pt. 4 Teddy's Jam

11/2/2018
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Part 4 of the conversation with super producer and the King of New Jack Swing Teddy Riley. He explains why their are two BlackSTREET's on tour, working with Bobby Brown, the song that saved his life and the Top 5 songs he's ever made.

Duration:00:29:02

Teddy Riley: Pt. 3 Teddy's Jam

11/1/2018
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Part 3 of the conversation with the King of New Jack Swing. How Al B. Sure helped save the first Guy album. Does Aaron Hall say "dumb b*tch" on "Piece of My Love? Teddy reveals his thoughts about that controversial line. He also reveals why he chose to leave Guy at the height of their popularity.

Duration:00:24:27

Teddy Riley: Pt. 2 Teddy's Jam

10/31/2018
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Part 2 of my conversation with producer and the King of New Jack Swing Teddy Riley. He shares stories about almost losing a job with Michael Jackson before it really started, teaming with Keith Sweat and learning from younger producers like Pharrell Williams, Timbaland, Devante Swing and Rodney Jerkins.

Duration:00:28:58

Teddy Riley: Pt. 1 Teddy's Jam

10/30/2018
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Rob G. the General talks to super producer Teddy Riley. Teddy shares stories about Heavy D, the birth of New Jack Swing, helping Doug E. Fresh produce "The Show", and teaming up with Kool Moe Dee.

Duration:00:24:08