Yes you read that right. THE ZRO HOUR returns after a long hiatus to bring you that food for your ears. We are winding down to our last few shows before we officially sign off. Due to outside projects, we will be stepping away from doing the podcasts. This may not be permanent and if the demand is there we will return. The site will continue to be updated and the shows will always be available for repeat listening. Its a crazy archive of some of the best in independent and classic hip hop delivered to you and hosted by yours truly and Alexie F. The 4th anniversary show is still dropping and the next slew of shows will not disappoint. Since we were on hiatus, Barack Obama became the President-Elect of The United States. So you know we had to share our thoughts about that. The music industry is gearing up for their final releases of the year and we present a round of heaters old and new. The show features new joints from ICE CUBE, Q-TIP, COMMON, C RAYZ WALZ & KOSHA DILLZ, B.o.B, VAST AIRE, JAY ELECTRONICA and GODHEAD THE GENERAL over an exclusive EDAYE and DJ AMBUSH track from his street LP "Introducing...The Mixtape!".
In honor of The Universal Zulu Nation's 35th anniversary, I bring you a classic BUSY BEE track, "SUICIDE". I also drop songs from MC THERAPY (The Smile Rays), THE GAME and a new freestyle from our fam KID NOVICE. Upcoming shows will showcase a NICE & SMOOTH tribute and the long awaited ROOTS OF HIP HOP: REGGAE. Stay tuned..
THE ZRO HOUR 11.18.08
THAT ONE (IS GONNA BE MY PRESIDENT)-Mocean Worker
ONES THAT SMOKE BLUNTS WITCHA-Dangerzone
PEEP GAME-Therapy feat, Akrobatik & Willie Evans Jr.
YA HEARD-The Game feat. Ludacris
WHY ME-Ice Cube feat. Musique Soulchild
I'LL BE IN THE SKY-B.o.B.
Q-TIP FOR PRESIDENT-Q-Tip & J.Period
ANNOUNCEMENT-Common feat. Pharrel Williams
THUN & KICKO-Cormega feat. Prodigy
EXHIBIT A-Jay Electronica
THE DYNAMIC DUO-Vast Aire feat. Geechi Suede
FREESTYLE VS. WRITTEN-C Rayz Walz & Kosha Dillz
ITS CALLED SUCCESS-Godhead the General
1, 2 PASS IT-Mad Lion, Doug E Fresh, Fat Joe, KRS One, Smif-n-Wessun and Jeru The Damaja
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