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WHO WE ARE
Heal ’n Hip Hop is a weekly show on Dash Radio’s Native Rhymes channel. We feature guests with unique gifts and showcase thought provoking music from old school and new artists not commonly played on main stream radio.
Our intention is to share practical tools with spiritual principles so they are understandable and accessible to everyone. Heal ’n Hip Hop is a force for good to create change within ourselves and our community through music, deep healing and self awareness to foster a positive mindset.
https://www.mixcloud.com/Healnhiphop/56-akashic-records/ Listen ‘n Learn: What are the Akashic Records How the Records are different from tarot or oracle records How it can helps us to connect to a soul level The importance of connecting to our imagination The concept that everything is working for you You have agency About Our Guests: We’ve have had both…
https://www.mixcloud.com/Healnhiphop/heal-n-hip-hop-2122-malik-starx-dancing-for-freedom/ Listen ‘n Learn: How Malik went from being an MC to pursuing higher education for survival Breaking generational curses Understanding the Psychology of Stagmatism and Prejudice to elevate the cultural discourse happening now Going viral and “Dancing for Freedom” About our Guest: Globally-traveled and well-respected rapper/Ivy League scholar Malik Starx’s artistry highlights music’s…
Listen ‘n Learn:
On meeting Will.I.Am for the first time as kids
Forming the Travel Nation dance crew
Spitting his native tongue, Tagalog, on every Black Eyed Peas album
Apl de Ap’s filipino healing remedy
The healing power of the Black Eyed Peas all time hit, “Where is the Love”
Listen ‘n Learn: What gives them joy on the turntables today even after 30 years How twitch has added to their creativity Where the DJs vibe thrives Which record inspired Rhettmatic, Melo D and Icy Ice Benefits from being in a DJ crew How the Beat Junkies center themselves before a gig About Our Guest:…
Listen ‘n Learn: The story behind Supaman’s integration of Hip Hop and Native American culture Supaman’s collaboration with Taboo at the Black Eyed Peas with the Standing Rock movement The creative process foundation connection with the Creator Adding Pow Wow culture of native prayerful melody in his music The sacredness of how babies are named…
Listen ‘n Learn: The challenges of being the first US Hip Hop ambassador in the 80s Honoring your voice as a Hip Hop head to push the culture forward Creating Rhyme like a Girl and building confidence with young women around the world Insight to her new book, “Wisdom of Cypher” How cyphers are rooted…