Hip Hop pioneer Mr. Biggs of the legendary group Afrika Bambata and The Soul Sonic Force, along with his partner in Hip Hop Cholly Rock talk the true history of Hip Hop.They vow to set the record straight on all the stories about the origins of Hip Hop.
Mr Biggs, Cholly Rock and TK bring you another episode of the best conversation in Hip Hop . Debbie D comes through with " In these Hip Hop Streets" . And we are honored with their guest the one and only "Busy Bee Starski"
Of Course we have to speak to the pioneers to find out the real. In this episode Soul Sonic Mr. Biggs and Cholly Rock have a conversation with the one and only, world renowned "DJ Afrika Islam" one the original members of the Zulu Dj's. He is also known as the bridge between East coast and West coast Hip Hop. Listen in as the crew speak about the history of Hip Hop and where Hip Hop is today . This episode also features "Boom Box" Jose' one of the first Mix tape Kings and one of the Latin Brothers to help make Hip Hop what it is today.
Mr. Fugi breaks down "Hip Hop" to four elements . He talks about the music, the dancers, the cloths and the "B" Boys .He explains why he feels that the record must be set on who are the original pioneers of Hip Hop and why. Debbie "D" comes through with "In these Hip Hop Streets" and as always Soul Sonic Mr. Biggs and Cholly Rock hold it down in this can't misses episode
Soul Sonic Mr. Biggs invites the first female of Hip Hop "Sha Rock " to the Let's talk Hip Hop . "Cholly and Biggs" try to set the record straight on who was the very first female rapper. As the story goes "Sha" was the first female rapper on wax from the "Funky 4+ 1 more" to "Beat Street" Tune in to hear the truth from the people who lived it. This episode is Fire!!!
Cholly Rock and Soul Sonic Mr.Biggs speak to the legendary "Kool Kyle The Star Child" . They talk about the origins of Hip Hop and it's connection to the art form now known as Graffiti; they talk about the day's of artist like "Super Kool 223 " , " Blade" and some of the people who changed the face of the City as they left their mark on Hip Hop .
It's "ON" Once and for All!!! Is DJ Hollywood Hip Hop? Well Mr Biggs and Cholly Rock finally get to set the record straight when they interview the one and only "DJ Hollywood, In this no holds bar conversation "Hollywood" explains why he believes he is one of the main pioneers of this culture that we have come to know as "Hip Hop", you don't want to miss it. Debbie "D" stops by with these Hip Hop Streets and "TK" adds his flavor with the wine of the week
Once again Soul Sonic Mr Biggs and Cholly Rock break down the Hip Hop truth with two of the legends of "Old Skool Hip Hop" Tyrone the Mixologist and the one and only DJ Kool "D". Debbie "D" is back "In these Hip Hop Street's", and TK has got the Wine of the week.
In this episode Mr Biggs and Cholly Rock bring us back to the days of the parties in J.H.S.123. They set the record straight on the " Hip Hop legend" The one and only "Disco King" Mario, one of the original DJ's/Promoters of Hip Hop . Debbie "D" drops by to to bring us up to date on whats happening "In These Hip Hop Streets".
Soul Sonic Biggs and Cholly Rock breakdown the truth about the infamous Larry Davis and his ties to Hip Hop .They are joined by one of the original "B" Boy Hip Hopper's" Shams De Barron. Listen in as Shams sets the record straight on the origins of Hip Hop and the art we now know as Graffiti. Shams tells the truth about his roommate Larry Davis, and the forgotten part of Hip Hop " The Stick up kids". You don't want to miss this episode.
In this episode the fellas pay tribute to the first females of Hip Hop the Zulu Queens. The Zulu Queens were a integral part of creating the culture we now know as Hip Hop. Debbie "D" also stops by to tell you "What happening in these Hip Hop Streets '
The Boys talk about when and where Hip Hop started with the one and only " DJ Red Alert". From the parties in the Bronx, to the Zulu Nation. Biggs, Cholly and Red was there in the beginning; and their still on the scene. You don't want to miss this episode.
Mr. Biggs and Cholly Rock chop it up with Debbie "D", one of the first Females MC's of Hip Hop. Debbie puts her spin on Hip Hop and what it means to her. Listen in on the conversation as the crew goes way back to the days when there was only a few of females on the Hip Hop scene.
In this the very first episode of "Lets talk Hip Hop". Soul Sonic "Mr. Biggs" and co-Host Hip Hop Historian "Cholly Rock" talk about the beginnings of the culture that we now call "Hip Hop". Get ready to hear the truth from the people who were there before all the glamour and the money. They keep it real and are here to set the record straight on all the false stories of who, what and where. Mr Biggs is here to set the record straight on Hip Hop .