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Author Sista Souljah speaks on “The Coldest Winter Ever” and “Midnight”...

The legendary author, activist, and rapper Sista Souljah spoke with the Block Report about the origin of her name and we go on to discuss her career as an activist and a Hip Hop artist that was a part of Public Enemy. She also talks extensively about her getting the book deal for her debut book "No Disrespect" and what she was trying to convey in the "The Coldest Winter Ever" and "Midnight" series of fiction books that she has been writing for over a decade. We talk about manhood, womanhood, and love. If you want to know anymore, you are going to have to tune in. www.BlockReportRadio.com.

Hustlin in the City: an interview wit Frisco rapper Sellassie

The Frisco native and conscious rapper Sellassie has to be one of the hardest working men in independent Bay Area rap music. He has been a big promoter of unifying the Bay Area’s rappers and he has started a campaign against “house nigga” rap. He also hosts a regional up and coming artists’ showcase called “We All We Got.”

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