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A fully immersive audio-journey into the lives and careers of Hip-Hop’s pioneers, documenting what it was like on their way to the top. The podcast is a detailed chronicle that cements the legacies of the legends while answering questions fans have had for decades.
 
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The contributions of Krazy Drayz and the iconic duo he created, Das EFX, are often overlooked. His rise from being an Jamaican-immigrant-turned-New-Jersey-resident into an iconic Hip-Hop superstar was so rapid and groundbreaking that it didn't take long for biters to swarm. If it wasn't for their innovative style, there would be no Kriss Kross "Jum…
 
Fresh Era returns OCTOBER 19 with ten brand new episodes featuring more Golden Era legends including Masta Ace, Tajai (Souls of Mischief), and Arabian Prince (N.W.A.). Each episode is jam packed with enough Hip-Hop nostalgia to cure even the most severe case of CHDS (Classic Hip-Hop Deficiency Syndrome). Subscribe now! See Privacy Policy at https:/…
 
Grand Puba, born Maxwell Dixon, is an iconic figure in Hip-Hop who has lived a life filled with "balance". As a youth he "balanced" street life with an enriched education of black history. As an artist he created a lyrical style "balancing" uplifting, positive, black messages with suave, pimpalicious wordplay. And as a human he "balances" spreading…
 
Leor "DJ Lethal" Dimant immigrated from Latvia as a small child. Emulating his father, who decided to take the road less traveled and sought out a career in music, Lethal gravitated towards Hip-Hop and did whatever it took to make it. From leaving LA at sixteen to tour with Everlast & the Rhyme Syndicate, to showing up The Beastie Boys while perfor…
 
James "J-Ro" Robinson and The Alkaholiks brought a whole new sound to West Coast Hip-Hop in the early 90's, fusing East-Coast inspired, sample-chopped tracks, with laid back, punchline-riddled Cali flows. However, the journey to the top wasn't easy. Hear about J's upbringing in The San Fernando Valley, the failed demo-deal with A&M Records, and why…
 
Fatlip of The Pharcyde is an LA native who helped craft two of the highest regarded albums in hip-hop, and through the popularity of the group, helped Delicious Vinyl rebrand into the 90's. But what's this West-Coast rap superhero's origin story? Did he really used to dress like Pee Wee Herman? Did he really get six fails on a report card? Did he r…
 
Most people know Smooth B for the legendary hip-hop hits he and partner, Greg Nice, made for Nice & Smooth, but few know about his origin story. From his twin "street scientist" older brothers showing him the ropes, to washing car windows which gained him access to the legendary Bronx nightclub The Sparkle in the 70's, to his early days of touring …
 
Thanks for supporting Fresh Era! We can tell it's helping with that C.H.D.S. flare-up of yours and know you're fiending for another episode. We decided to skip this week in observation of Memorial Day (plus, we wanted to get super drunk at our friend's BBQ). However, since Smooth B from Nice & Smooth will be our next episode, we will leave you with…
 
Funkdoobiest brought a lighter side to the Soul Assassin's sound. Where House of Pain was about raw aggression and Cypress Hill, the weed and the streets, Funkdoobiest used DJ Muggs' and Lethal's production to kick rapid-fire punchlines about everything from Pac Man to Porno (Son may or may not have even starred in a couple). Come on an audio-tour …
 
Roderick "Chip-Fu" Roachford is a Brooklyn born, multi-styled MC and one third of The Fu-Schnickens - the legendary hip-hop trio who took the 90's hip-hop scene by storm when they dropped "F.U. Don't Take It Personal", and Chip-Fu was the driving force behind their success. In a matter of two years, he wrote a gold album, two gold singles, wrote so…
 
Marvin “Young MC” Young is a British transplant who relocated to Queens, NYC, before the birth of hip-hop. He excelled at school, used rapping as his creative outlet, and worked his way to USC for his higher education. It was there, in his dorm room, where he was discovered and began his journey into the career of hip hop. Come learn about his life…
 
Dres, born Andres Titus, is a native New Yorker who was raised in Queens. He was one half of Black Sheep - the 90's hip-hop group who is responsible for one of the most legendary albums in hip-hop history - A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing. And while the album itself exuded fun and innocence, Dres' background was anything but. Come find out his origin st…
 
Chubb Rock, born Richard Simpson, was one of five children from a West Indian family raised in Brooklyn, NY in the 1970's. He saw the birth of Hip-Hop first hand, and through chance encounters, embarked on a journey to stardom alongside his cousin and mentor Howie Tee. The success of "Treat Em Right" was far from instantaneous. Come find out about …
 
Listen to audio: As I mentioned in our last episode; I’ll be releasing several conversations originally recorded during the APEX 2020 conference; this is one of those. In this episode, I’m joined by Madeline Kristoff... The post Ep 16: Tackling Border Security and Immigration appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: In this episode I have the opportunity to talk with not just one or two of our fellow alum, rather I have the pleasure of speaking with four: Steven Polunsky, Will... The post Ep 14: Disease Outbreak and the Complexity of Rapid Mass Notification appeared first on CHDS/Ed.By Frank Forman
 
Listen to audio: In today’s episode, I had the opportunity to speak with the Director of FEMA’s National Integration Center, Mr. Dan Alexander. Our conversation centered on the direction and changes that have been... The post Ep 12: FEMA Building a Culture of Preparedness appeared first on CHDS/Ed.By Frank Forman
 
Listen to audio: This is the third episode in our 3-part series looking into school shootings. In Part 1, we looked at the data collection platform – K-12 School Shooting Database. In the following... The post Episode 011: Early Intervention and Mental Health for School Shootings appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: In this show, we talk with Lt. Steve Simonds, Jim Morrissey, and Dr. Carol Cunningham about the school shooting, the tragedy, that occurred at Great Mills High School in Saint Mary’s... The post Episode 010: The Complexity of School Shooting Preparedness appeared first on CHDS/Ed.By Frank Forman
 
Listen to audio: This Podcast kicks off our 3-part series focused on school shootings. In this episode, we speak with Desmond O’Neill and David Riedman who walk us through the origins of the K-12... The post Episode 009: Facts, Emotions, and the K-12 School Shooting Database appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 008: In Episode 005, we interviewed Phillip Osborne about cyber-hygiene. That episode kicked off our first show dedicated to you – the Homeland Security practitioner. For many of our listeners,... The post Episode 008: Helping Others by Helping Yourself First with John Garey appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 007. Our conversation is with Sheriff Jim McDonnell of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. We’ll be discussing issues ranging from challenges associated with managing the County jail system in terms of... The post Episode 007: The Complex Nature of Managing the Largest Sheriff’s Department in the Country appeared first on…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 006. In this episode, we’re taking a look at Russia’s social media war against the United States, assault on our democracy, and some options our government may use to combat... The post Episode 006: Russia’s Information War against America’s People with Seth Jones appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to audio: Episode 005. With this episode and some upcoming shows, we’re taking a slightly different approach by focusing on you, the homeland security practitioner. In your efforts to take care of this... The post Episode 005: Improving your Cyber Security in an Insecure World appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to Audio: Episode 004: Today’s show brings Mona Barnes to Homeland: The Podcast. Mona is the Director for the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency. We talk about the trials, tribulations, and successes contending... The post Episode 004: When it Rains, it Pours with Mona Barnes appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to Audio: Episode 003: Homeland Security Affairs Journal Today we are joined by Stephen Twing, managing editor for Homeland Security Affairs. This peer reviewed journal provides a forum for proposing and debating strategies, policies,... The post Episode 003: Homeland Security Affairs Journal with Stephen Twing appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to Audio: Episode 002: Finding the Missing Pieces of Mercury This episode features NPS instructors Anders Strindberg and David Brannan. They walk us through the challenges and changes of the Islamic State to terrorism... The post Episode 002: ISIS 2.0 – Finding the Missing Pieces of Mercury appeared first on CHDS/Ed.…
 
Listen to Audio: Episode 001: The future of the Federal Emergency Management Agency with Brock Long. With the increase in catastrophic events, is a course correction needed for FEMA response? Please join us... The post Episode 001: The Future of FEMA with Brock Long appeared first on CHDS/Ed.By Frank Forman
 
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