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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad talks about the life, legacy, and impact of Charlie Murphy. Morgan State University students review Kendrick Lamar's new album. Muhammad has the official What's Good in the Hood Report. And, Morgan State University has announced this year's commencement speaker.

In this edition of the HipHop Chronicles, host Mike Nyce sits down and speaks with Sofia Hailiu of the Major Key Foundation about their summer camp initiative, where children are taught the essence of Hip-Hop and Classical music, and how to fuse the two.

The Ellison Report is a weekly journal of policy, politics, and the people.

Listen as Mike Nyce speaks with college professor and author Dr. T. L. Osborne about her book The Hip-Hop Lectures

In The Cultural Playbook, Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead discusses everything from politics to prose; race relations to the presidential race; Taiwan to Trump; Black Lives Matter to Blue Lives Matter. If it has your ear, then it has her attention.

On this episode: the politics of Beyonce's Lemonade and how hip-hop has changed over the last thirty years.

[Correction: It was Busta Rhymes and not ODB who performed with Puff Daddy on The Today Show (5/20/16).]

 

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