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...AndYouDontStop!

The 120 minute Epicenter of Hip-Hop and Rap Music..Broadcast 75% across New York City Metro skies on famed powerful radio signal WBAI 99.5 FM, 100% on RAPSTATION The Earths Loudest RAP Radio Internetwork.

#GIMMEMYSHINE

Weekly show of today's purest hip hop along with throwbacks, battles, artist interviews. It's all available every week. hosted by Bigg Eddie Bauer aka Mr. #GIMMEMYSHINE.

Critical Beatdown Hiphop Show

Mr CRF started The Critical Beatdown Show back in 1996 and its been running ever Since..Now its the First show broadcast from the UK on Rapstation Radio..Join us every week for 2 Hours Of Quality Hiphop,New Releases,True-Skool Classics,and the Weeks Top 10 Countdown.

Dj Mercury "DEEP IN THE TRENCHES" Underground Hip Hop radio show

Dj MERCURY presents "DEEP IN THE TRENCHES" Underground Hip Hop radio show, the DOPEST signed & un-signed Underground hip hop on the planet! Hosted by the legendary Mikey D (formally of LA Posse & the legendary 90s hip hop group, Main Source. Every Sunday night @10 pm EST

DJ Sean Banks Presents The Secret On Rapstation

Classic and Underground Hip-Hop at it's best with veteran DJ and radio host, DJ Sean Banks. Take a journey back in the days and visit some of Underground Hip-Hop's current sound. Maybe you might have heard it before, maybe you haven't. Hear it here on The Secret on Rapstation with DJ Sean Banks on Tuesday nights. Twitter & Instagram @djseanbanks

#HipHopFinestHourOnTh

Good Beats

Good Beats introduces undiscovered, unknown independent hip hop artist from Los Angeles to Japan and everywhere in between.

@dj_yaqui * IG djyaqui

Hip-Hop Queenz

Hosted by Raven the Blazin Eurasian,"Hip-Hop Queenz" is the ultimate radio platform where women in Hip-Hop are featured. Through exclusive interviews and music, "Hip-Hop Queenz" showcases these talented women and their contributions to the culture.

HipHopGods Radio

Here to shine the spotlight on new music by classic artists, heard every Tuesday night at RAPstation.com

iMiXWHATiLiKE!

“i MiX WHAT i LiKE” is borrowed – in phrase and philosophy – from the work of Steve Biko. The collection of Biko’s “Frank Talk” columns titled I Write What I Like is much of the inspiration for the attempt here to blend the traditions of radical broadcasting, the mixtape and Black Consciousness with what Dr. Hemant Shah has called “Emancipatory Journalism.” More at imixwhatilike.

Jah and Pint

Jah and Pint check out a selection of videos each week and let you know exactly what they think. Airing every tuesday, exclusively on rapstation.com