Paris Returns With New Video For "Walk Like A Panther"

San Francisco hip-hop legend Paris is back with a new video for "Walk Like A Panther," one of 10 tracks on his latest album "Safe Space Invader." Created by Quelle Chris and Paris himself, the collage-style visual puts a spotlight on the dumpster fire that is 2020 and harkens back to the Bay Area activism that put the Black Panthers on the map. 

At the same time, Paris reminds hip-hop fans what makes him an impenetrable force of supreme lyricism with lines such as, "San Francisco legendary mumble rappers hella scary/Rapping about thе trap but trapped inside a system built to bury/Blacks in prison, drug addiction and thе military/Selective services furnishin' turf obituaries." 

While Paris has always spoken his mind on socio-political issues — and sometimes wi

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RAPstation Super Charts for November

The month of November across all channels is packed with nothing but goodness and the RAPstation charts help reflect that. We've got the RAPstation top 20, Planet Earth Planet Rap, SHEmovement Radio, rapINST and HipHopGods represented below.

Make a habit of tuning into the RAPstation app on a daily basis to really hear how we support across the worldwide footprint of hip hop like no one else on the planet. The app is free and available for Apple and Android users.

RAPstation TOP 10

1.  Sa-Roc - The Black Renaissance (feat. Black Thought)

2. Lyric Jones - Face to Face

3. Busta Rhymes - Best I Can  (feat. Rapsody)

4. De La Soul - Remove 45 (Feat. Styles P, Talib Kwel

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RAPstation Super Charts for October

Women in hip hop, international hip hop, instrumental hip hop and also new material from your favorite classic hip hop artists...we cover it, we play and we support it all via the shows and channels heard on RAPstation.

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Below, find the latest Super Charts for the month of October with a focus on SHE Movement Radio, PEPR - Planet Earth Planet Rap, rapINST Radio and HipHopGods Radio.

SHE Movement Radio TOP 20

1.   Stahhr - Barbarella

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RAPstation Super Charts for September

RAPstation supports artists around the world like no one else. You can hear it in the music that we play and you can see it on the charts. We play it all...international hip hop, women in hip hop, instrumental hip hop and also new material from your favorite classic artists.

Below, find the latest Super Charts for the month of September from AndYouDon'tStop, Planet Earth Planet Rap, rapINST and HipHopGods Radio.

...AndYouDon'tStop TOP 10:

01. Locksmith & KXNG Crooked - Blasphemy

02. Public Enemy - Fight the Power Remix 2020 feat. Nas, Rapsody, Black Thought, Jahi, YG & Questlove

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Black Thought Mourns Death Of Founding Roots Member Malik B

Black Thought has shared a heartfelt tribute to founding member of The Roots Malik B. News of his passing started making the rounds on social media after his cousin Don Champion confirmed his death. 

In an Instagram post, The Roots' frontman penned a lengthy eulogy for his late friend. 

"We made a name and carved a lane together where there was none," he wrote. "We resurrected a city from the ashes, put it on our backs and called it Illadelph. In friendly competition with you from day one, I always felt as if I possessed only a mere fraction of your true gift and potential. Your steel sharpened my steel as I watched you create cadences from the ether and set them free into the universe to become poetic law, making the English language your bitch.

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Public Enemy Reimagines "Fight The Power" To Open 2020 BET Awards

Nas, Rapsody, The Roots' Questlove, Enemy Radio's Jahi, YG and Black Thought joined Public Enemy for an updated version of the pioneering group's iconic anthem "Fight The Power" to open up the 2020 BET Awards on Sunday night (June 28). 

Chuck D, Flavor Flav and DJ Lord were in top form as they ripped through the song in a virtual performance video. The visual begins with 12-year-old "Little Big Shots" breakout star Keedron Bryant singing his viral song "I Just Want To Live" before the famous Bomb Squad beat takes over. 

Visually, footage of the Los Angeles protests are sprinkled in throughout the video as Chuck raps, “The year is 2020/The number, another summer.

Public Enemy returned earlier this month with a video for the DJ Premier-assisted “State Of The

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