Labeled Minority is an up-and-coming hip-hop group hailing from London, Ontario, Canada. Last week, I put out the call for a live cypher I planned to have on the radio and they rolled through. I talk to them about the formation of the group, the tours and shows they have been doing, and the album they are just about to drop. And then we get on the microphone for a red-hot cypher.

Friend of the program, Sankdafied also rolled through to talk about his upcoming debut album and drop some fire on the mic.

Press play and enjoy the show with live guests, new music, and an amazing cypher.

Hakim Green – Lessons
Bazooka Joe – Bone Storm
Mathman & The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – True to Life
Stateovmind – Good Vibes
Psycho Les ft Pete Rock and Jeru the Damaja – Hip Hop Never Left
Teck-Zilla and Allen Poe – Sunny Side of Life
Vaste Aire & Raticus – The Key
Royce Birth – Spiked Bat
The B.L.U.N.T.E.D Crew – Keep You Head
Labeled Minority – Interview
WIB Rap Radio Cypher – Labeled Minority, Sankdafied, and Chase March
De La Soul – All Good
Sankdafied – Interview
Notcho – I Can’t Take It
Lyrical Mind – Where Did I Go Wrong
Elevator Emcees – What’s the Name of That Lady?
MindsOne and DJ Iron – Underdogs
H.T.M. ft Royce da 5’9″ – Hard to Find
Rahsheed & Ill Advised – Chinese Food
Rice Master Yen – 7″
Funky DL – Autonomic
The Soul Searchers – Ashley’s Roachclip
Frankie Payne – Message in a Bottle

We close off the show with a special interview I did with some staff of The Boys and Girls Club of London, Ontario, Canada. They are having a special event on Saturday August 27th that is aimed at teenagers. Sounds like a lot of fun. There will even be a graffiti art challenge for the teenagers to participate in. I hope to see you there!

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