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What Would You Do Podcast

What Would You Do Podcast
Find out how you would react in these wacked out and totally REAL scenarios

2020 Murdered Rappers

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 Rappers Murdered in 2020 We Lost Alot This Year: The Hip Hop Community has always suffered tragedies. Me, Personally, the two hardest losses I've had to endear is the lost of Tupac and Nipsey Hussle, ironically two West Coast legends. The worst detail about all these deaths is that they happened by the hands of other black men. (Let me get on my soapbox real quick and say We need to stop this CRIME IN OUR COMMUNITIES, I don't believe in Black on Black Crime.)  But, in 2020 it seemed as, even though we all had it rough, rappers were literally targets especially in Dallas Tx. With shootings on almost every street, even Boosie got caught in the leg. Thankfully he survived.  But what about those that didn't well lets honor them by remembering their music: Bashar Barakah Jackson  (July 20, 1999 – February 19, 2020), known professionally as  Pop Smoke , was an American rapper, singer and songwriter. He was considered by many to be the face of  Brooklyn drill . Born and raised in

[TOP TEN] Corpus Christi Finest

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Corpus Christi's ReverbNation Top Ten Sparkling City by the Sea. A beautiful city in South Texas on the beach overlooking the gulf. Full of great venues and a local music scene that has blossomed these last 2 decades. Especially the HipHop scene.  Thats why B.O.S.S. Radio will be covering the hottest rappers according to the ReverbNation's charts. So, expect to hear music from Drank Nitti, Kountry Kinfolk, Mysta Freez, and more from the top ten. Checkout the talent bursting from the CCT, AKA Corpus Christi.

White Rappers topping First Week Sales

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Top White Rappers, Putting Up The Numbers. Brand Nubian Rapper Lord Jamar, made the bold claim that white rappers are guests in Hip Hop. And seeing it thru the eyes of the revolutionary, I can see his point of view, (Hip Hop was a major tool aimed to reinvent America). But, there's a crowd of people who see hip hop thru the eyes of a consumer and disagrees with the New York Rapper. Some site the spirit of hip hop dwells within us all, while others speak upon the financial success that each one has attained.  So that prompted me to investigate this wild financial success that was attained by these white rappers, and save for Eminem, was shocked at what I found. Most of these artists have do well including traditional media such as CDs. Now that says one thing to me. I don't know to many Black people that buy CD's, so it is safe to say that white people support one another. And, if you think they are trying to dominate hip hop, that should scare you.😱😱😱😂😂😂.