Monday, 4 May 2015


Better than Soundcloud, more engaging than YouTube, it's 
"It Came From the Streets".

This where we take your tracks, we listen to them and if they are swinging, they get played on LIVE RADIO and carry on forever into the ether on PODCAST and even on our RADIO STATION as regular play.  

That means you can be at home, at work, in your car, out gallivanting on the town and somewhere out there, your songs are being played for the whole world to hear on several formats!

And did we mention....that it's FREE!?!?

We listen to everything you send us and if it's dope, it's played - as simple as that.  

Send us your best, freshest and dopest Hip-Hop tracks to,

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What a fantastic show we have this week for you.

We set things off with the incomparable DJ Flatline, who, is a world class Hip-Hop DJ from Toronto, Ontario Canada and a family member to 1520 Classic Radio.  He gets down on the turntables and gives us a mini-mix of crazy tracks and shows off his skills of cutting, mixing and scratching.  

In this mix he spins:
1. Wyld Bunch (ft Skanks) - Take It Personal (prod by Dj Qvali)
2. Pawz One - My Night
3. El Da Sensei - Try Again
4. Flatbush Zombies (ft Domo Genesis) - Plz Don't Make Me Do It

Next, from Sioux City Iowa, thier finest "Ben iLLa" brings you his freshman Album "Soldier Of The Universe" Go download it NOW!  Featuring production by Atlanta beatsmith "E. Smitty" & the likes of Sadat X (Brand Nubian).  This is a Positive Conscious Hip Hop album.  If you love DJ Premiere, J. Dilla then you will love this album.

Moving on to New York City, we get some brand new exclusive bars from Profit (Bangout Records) and Shawn Kitt aka Money Slash over the classic instrumental "Pre Game" from Sauce Money and Jay-Z.  Look out for upcoming projects from both artists in the very near future. This is warning shot to all competition, more classics to come.

All the way from France, DJ Modesty drops some precious metal on us with the track "Fools Gold", featuring Shabaam Sahdeeq.

New York City may be on the brink of a hot summer as Spring kicks in and the ice slowly starts to thaw. Mpire Releases"Lionshead" which is found on their new album $ON$ 0F VNVRCHY out now.

We now go to Johannesburg, South Africa to hear Lunga Sithole aka Rytious.  Raised in Umlazi N-section in Durban Kwa Zulu Natal, he was given the name “Rytious” by his dentist who looked up the meaning of his name "Lunga" which means Righteousness

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The track is Rytious ft Kage, and is called "Till Death".

New York's own Dro Pesci, no stranger to our show has submitted a few tracks, one of which is "Let the Weed Burn" with Infamous Haze, Featuring Domonic.  From what we gather is about lawn care?  Juuuust kidding....Light em' if ya got em'!

Mpire comes back with another dosage of the track "Smack" with a remix on the Scram Jones produced beat with Murda Mook and AG Da Coroner.  With the same energy, pulsating beat and new MC's on the track, this has prolonged life and still bangs hard in the whip!

Miami Florida's very own Lex One comes in with a A dope re-edit of Commons classic "I Used To Love H.E.R".  The new re-work of this timeless classic is called "She Used to Love Me" Featuring Lucian White.

Upcoming NYC artist Taj Mahal gives us the 411 on a powerhouse track called "211" featuring Rrose Rrome & A-Mafia. This is going to appear on the upcoming mixtape "Power"

Ben iLLa blesses us with another track from the free downloadable "Soldier of the Universe" with a song called "Universe Heart Beat".  Keeping the track pulse flowing is of course production by Atlanta's own E. Smitty

Nomis from Ipswitch, UK provides us with "Raised Up"
Nomis has already released plenty of new music and and is currently working on his new project entitled"Diamonds EP". The release date is yet to be announced.

Dro Pesci always delivers a banging track and fresh lyrics.  This time it's a new single from "Groundhog Day" called "Time to Win", produced by Sensei Walingh from Germany.

Stef Owens from Champ City, Ohio brings us a track called "Whats Up (Dollar Bill)"  Little is known about Stef Owens, and given "Champ City" sounds like a Super Hero city name, there is a great chance that Stef is incognito by design.

Spit Gemz from Queens New York gives us "Legacy" feat. Kool G Rap (prod by Jordy Simons).  This song is just astounding in it's composition, sound, and delivery.  Kool G Rap and Spit Gemz create a very formidable duo.  Don't sleep on this one!

If New York sound Hip-Hop has a savior, the name would be Frank Castle, with a song called "Daily Word" Feat. Kool G Rap (Prod. By Soe95).  Born and raised in New York City’s very own Chelsea Elliot projects in the westside downtown section of Manhattan,comes an underground artist with incredible lyrical wordplay,and story telling ablilty his name is “Frank Castle”
Castle hopes to fufill his dream as a MC and as a hip hop artist and give him and H.O.O.D.Billionaires (H.O.O.D. Brothers) the exposure they deserve, and bring that “New York sound” back to hip-hop.

With another E.Smitty produced opus, we have Struggle the Blind Chemist and a track called "Rugged Times".  From North Carolina, Struggle doesn't break a sweat on the pounding drums and soundscape created by the Atlanta beatsmith.  We can't wait to hear more!

Dj Flatline closes up the show with a sick a** mix, again, reinforcing why he is the "Chosen One".  As we enter into DJ Flatline's operating room, we are blessed with choice cuts and all the expertise that a Hip-Hop DJ must possess.  Prepare to be amazed! 

Here are the tracks DJ Flatline spins:
1. Yelawolf - Sky Is The Limit
2. Schoolboy Q - Break The Bank (prod by The Alchemist)
3. AG - Boss of Bosses (Dj Flatline Blend)
4. Large Pro (ft Fortune) - Own World

That's it folks, please remember, send us your tracks and maybe you, YES YOU can be heard across the world!

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