Ep. 152, “The Devil Went Down in Georgia”

Tonight on Proper Propaganda: new tracks from Anderson Paak, Stalley, Jim Jones, Quattef, and more, but first, new from Nick Grant, “Save the Trilldren.”

TRACK ARTIST
“Save the Trilldren” Nick Grant
“Open Book” Stalley
“Don’t Rush” Ric Wilson featuring Patrick Pryor
“The Best Policy” Patrick Paige II
Interlude: BG Music: “Dillatronic 15” by J Dilla
“Blow Up the Music” Quattef
“Coolest O.G.” Styles P featuring Dyce Payne
“Never Did 3 Quarters” Jim Jones
“Bubblin’” Anderson .Paak
“From the 718” Pete Miser
“Sa Prize, Pt. 2” NWA
“White Man’s World” Tupac
Interlude: The Simpsons
“Definition” Black Star
“Every Ghetto, Every City” Lauryn Hill
“F*ck You” Cee Lo Green
“Keep it Locked” Pete Miser
“Brush Your Bittersweet Shoulders Off” DJ Crazy J Rodriguez

Ep. 151, “National Lampoon’s Presidential Administration”


Tonight on Proper Propaganda: new tracks from Tee Grizzly, Eligh, Styles P, and more, but first, new from Wale, “Salary Kaep.”

TRACK ARTIST
“Salary Kaep” Wale
“Activated” Tee Grizzley
“America” Mac Miller feat. Casey Veggies & Joey Badass)
“Last House on the Block” Eligh
Interlude: The Daily Show BG Music: “Dillatronic 14” by J Dilla
“Mourning in America” Brother Ali
“Going Thru Hell” Styles P
“The Evening” Chuck Strangers
“Insomnia” DJ Dee Kimble
“From the 718” Pete Miser
“Six Days (Remix)” DJ Shadow feat. Mos Def
“Don’t Feel Right” The Roots
Interlude: “Trading Places”
“Lady Venom” Swollen Members
“I Am Somebody” Jurassic 5
“Sisterland” Yo Yo
“Way Down in the Hole” Blind Boys of Alabama
“Keep it Locked” Pete Miser
“Lose Yourself” Eminem

Ep. 150, “Any Which Way But Lose”


 

Tonight on Proper Propaganda: new tracks from Styles P, Killa Kyleon, Artson, and more, but first, new from Childish Gambino, “This is America.”

TRACK ARTIST
“This is America” Childish Gambino
“Welfare” Styles P feat. Whispers
“Less Shots” Jay Lonzo (feat. Déqui Kioni-Sadiki)
Interlude: Sam Bee BG Music: “Dillatronic 13” by J Dilla
“Money All the Time” Killa Kyleon feat. Scarface, Z-Ro, Willie D & Devin the Dude
“City Streets” Artson
“Friends” J. Cole feat. kILL edward
“From the 718” Pete Miser
“Louder than a Bomb (JMJ Telephone Tap Groove)” Public Enemy
“The Corner (Remix)” Common feat. Scarface and Mos Def
“Oh My God” Michael Franti & Spearhead
“What the Po-Pos Hate” The Coup
“Master Teacher” Erykah Badu
“Wild in the Streets” Garland Jeffreys
“Keep it Locked” Pete Miser
“Heart of the City” Jay Z

Ep. 149, “Rudy Awakening”



Tonight on Proper Propaganda: new tracks from Jericho Jackson, Jay Lonzo, and Blu & Nottz, but first, new from U God, “Whole World Watchin’.”

TRACK ARTIST
“Whole World Watchin’” U-God
“To the East” Blu & Nottz feat. Definite mass, Tristate, Mickey Factz & Johaz
“Seventeen” Jericho Jackson
“The Rubric” Chris Orrick
Interlude: Samantha Bee BG Music: “Dialltronic 12” by J Dilla
“Rap for Rejection” Kate Nash
“Free” Jay Lonzo feat. Duñe
“Give it Up” Thes One & J-Live
“Window Pain” J Cole
“From the 718” Pete Miser
“The Day the N****z Took Over” Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg, RBX, and Daz
“Amerikka’s Most Wanted” Ice Cube
Interlude: “Sanford & Son”
“Da Rill Shit” Poor Righteous Teachers
“Just That Bad” Molemen & Percee P
“No Work” Queen Latifah
“Lonely Streets” Jimmy Cliff
“Keep it Locked” Pete Miser
“Get By” Talib Kweli

Ep. 148, “Beverly Hills Cop Out”



Tonight on Proper Propaganda: New tracks from Jim Jones, Skinny Mars, J Cole, and more, but first, new from Jay Lonzo, “It Takes a Village.”

TRACK ARTIST
“It Takes a Village” Jay Lonzo
“KOD” J Cole
“The Glow” Del the Funkee Homosapien & Amp Live
“Diplomatic Immunity” Jim Jones feat. Cam’ron
Interlude: The Daily Show BG Music: “Dillatronic 11” by J Dilla
“The Hustle” Smoke DZA feat. LevyGrey & Bodega Bamz
“Creme of the Crop” Blu & Nottz feat. Versis & Scienze
“American Dream” Skizzy Mars
“Two Pit Bulls” Chuck Strangers
“From the 718” Pete Miser
“When Will They Shoot?” Ice Cube
“Things Done Changed” Notorious B.I.G.
“I Remember” Coolio feat. J-RO & Billy Boy
“Deeper” Boss
“Shakiyla (JRH)” Poor Righteous Teachers
“Rise Up” Andra Day
“Keep it Locked” Pete Miser
“Changes” Tupac