Listen Up!

Fridays, 7 p.m.-8 p.m.

Listen Up! with Farajii Muhammad focuses on the educational, political, economic, and social needs of the next generation by discussing the issues, the people and the ideas that shape our community. Listen Up! is the premiere platform where young leaders become informed, educated, and engaged to become change agents in their communities. Recognized as the Best New Media Show by The Association of Black Media Workers, Listen Up!, has earned the respect of journalists, the community, and youth.

Ways to Connect

Listen Up! July 28

Jul 31, 2017
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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad kicks off Friday's conversation with Dedrick Muhammad of the Racial Wealth Divide Initiative. They discuss the 2017 NAACP National Convention, and what impact will it have on the larger agenda facing Black America. Then, Muhammad speaks with two to of the people putting together The Basketball Tournament (TBT), which will have the 10-time NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony as host for the championship in Baltimore. And, the official What's Good in the Hood Sports Report. 

Listen Up! July 14

Jul 17, 2017
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The Ladies of Listen up! are back on the show to continue their conversation from last week. The phone lines are open. 

Listen Up! July 7

Jul 10, 2017
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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad talks to Raekwon, one of the founding members of the Wu-Tang Clan, about his new album The Wild.  Raekwon's tour stops in Baltimore next week. Then, its the Ladies of Listen Up! for the first Friday of the month.

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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad speaks with Kylie Patterson of the Racial Wealth Divide. They discuss violence in Baltimore City and how to strengthen the small grassroots organizations that are doing the work of trying to stem the violence, provide services/resources, and changing the lives of young people in these neighborhoods. Then, for Black Music Month, Muhammad speaks with music critic Travis about Jay Z and 4:44. And the What's Good in the Hood Street report.

Listen Up! June 16

Jun 20, 2017
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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad speaks with Baltimore’s first national chess champion. Then, sports contributor Mykel Ramos has Rolling with Ramos, Father's Day style. For black music month, Muhammad talks to Abu the Flutemaker, about making instruments out of household instruments for forty years. And on the official What's Good in the Hood Street Report, Muhammad talks about the men of Ramadan.

 

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