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"Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel" is like "Inside the Actor's Studio" for hip hop. Every week, Tim gets inside the art of hip hop in interviews with the most influential emcees, artists, producers, DJs, and sound engineers. Notable guests have included, Ice T, Royce Da 5'9", Joell Ortiz, Talib Kweli, Chuck D, Big Daddy Kane, MC Lyte, David Banner, Scarface, Rah Digga, Rapsody, Smif-N-Wessun, Buckshot, along with many more.
 
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Jeru The Damaja checks in this week from Berlin, Germany with Tim Einenkel. Jeru talks career, working with artists such as DJ Premier, his early beef with Puffy, why it was never about Biggie, life in quarantine and newest project.This interview was recorded in April of 2020, beginning of Covid Pandemic. Full interview at AllHipHop.com…
 
This week, Tim talks to Sol Messiah about his new album God CMPLX, working with TLC, Dead Prez, Nappy Roots, Boyz II Men and Madonna. Sol also breaks down the art of the scratch, which Public Enemy track is the greatest record ever made and much more.โดย Tim Einenkel
 
Stetsasonic, De La Soul, Gravediggaz, 3rd Bass, Def Jam, Producers, DJs, Hip Hop, 40 plus years of friendship. In 2020 they did a project BY EVERY MEANS NECESSARY VOL. 1, the original score to the celebrated NETFLIX documentary, “WHO KILLED MALCOLM X?" The two legends join Tim to discuss their extraordinary careers, producing De La Soul, Stetsasoni…
 
This week Tim continues his conversation with legendary, Ice-T. They to discuss turning points in his career, music, acting, the power of the B-side, MCs that have had big impacts on his career and whether or not he would do a Verzuz.โดย Tim Einenkel
 
Organized Konfusion. Solo Artist. Lyricist. Artist. Genius. He’s Pharoahe Monch and this week he joins Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel.For the full video interview, go to AllHipHop.comโดย Tim Einenkel
 
Rah Digga discusses studying electrical engineering, performing at Lyricist Lounge for the first time, as well as the impact Kool G. Rap, Rakim and KRS-One had on her as an artist. Full interview at AllHipHop.comโดย Tim Einenkel
 
Jim Jones Speaks On Ending Feud With French Montana And More On Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews With Tim Einenkel. Go to AllHipHop.com for the full interviewโดย Tim Einenkel
 
This week, Tim talks to Mic King about his new EP, iCONIC, collaborating with Musiq Soulchild, business side of the music industry, creating a kind of FiveThirtyEight model to determine the greater rapper out there and how his arrogance has helped and hurt him.โดย Tim Einenkel
 
This week on Library Rap, Tim talks to Chicago MC, Defcee about his new album with Boathouse, For All Debts Public and Private. Defcee also discusses his role as a school teacher, the faults of the school system has influenced his writing. Tim and Defcee talk children’s mental health post pandemic and society’s role to help them, racism in the Unit…
 
This week Tim talks with Pawz One about his new project RANDOM ACT OF VIOLENCE, composed with Evolve, features Trizz, Casual, Mykill Miers, Copywrite & DJ Eyeball. Pawz talks about going from Graf to MCing, lessons learned from serving time in prison, what he learned from Ras Kass while he was there, importance of lyrics and much more.…
 
RIP to the Legendary DJ Kay Slay. This week we replay Tim's interview with DJ Kay Slay. The Drama King talked to Tim about the history of the Graffiti Hall of Fame, how he went from an incredible graffiti artist to a highly respected DJ and breaks down the importance of every hip hop element. Kay Slay also talked about his album, Hip Hop Frontline,…
 
Canibus telling Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interview with Tim Einenkel. This week, in part two of his interview, Tim continues his conversation with Canibus about end of the world survival, recording hip hop history, music and personal journey.โดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
"Why is it so hard for us to earmark the things that are important in our culture?" - Canibus telling Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interview with Tim Einenkel. This week, in part 1 of his interview, Tim talks to Canibus about end of the world survival, recording hip hop history, music and personal journey.…
 
This week we replay an episode Tim produced, wrote, edited early on in the pandemic. How has the lives of Hip Hop artists and creatives been impacted by Covid-19? We hear from Black Moon's Buckshot, DJ Evil Dee, Ras Kass, Smif N Wessun's General Steele, Kwame, Masta Ace, Bobby J from Far Rockaway, Termanology and DJ Neil Armstrong on the effects th…
 
"The minute I heard [Trump] say 'China Virus' and 'Kung Flu' I knew it was going to be open season on Asians," Lyrics Born tells Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews during their must-listen conversation this week. "ANTI" by Lyrics Born and Filipino-American DJ Cutso is a new track denouncing the criminal epidemic that shines a light on this troubli…
 
Tim Einenkel has a dope conversation with rap legend Daddy-O from Stetsasonic on this week’s episode of The Library. Full interview at AllHipHop.comโดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
In 1991, when Cypress Hill released their self titled debut album, Cypress Hill, the group’s members had no idea that almost 30 years later they would still be going strong. This week, B- Real sits down with Tim Einenkel to discuss the early days of the group, writing in Spanish and English, the MC that made B Real want to quit, his beef with Ice C…
 
This week on Library Rap, Tim talks to Jack Preston about his new album, The River (produced by Jon Bom). Jack and Tim explore and dissect tracks from the album, while the North Carolina artist breaks down what he's learned from lyrical artists, musical compositions learned from "drug dealing rap", why he's a triple threat and so much more.…
 
This week on Library Rap, Tim is joined by Hieroglyphics' legend, Casual to discuss the Hieroglyphics, new music (The Art Of Reanimation with Dead Perry) , bitcoins, Hierocoin, NFTs, the business of music, going camping and the importance of silence. Casual talks about his history in music, the art of the freestyle and shares stories about working …
 
DITC’s O.C. Gives Props To Pharoahe Monch And Organized Konfusion, Tells An Epic Story About Diddy. For the full interview go to https://allhiphop.com/thelibrary/oc/โดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
Compton’s Most Wanted co-founder MC Eiht joins Tim this week for an in-depth conversation about his early influences. The rap legend explains how he went from gang banging to becoming a legendary MC with Compton’s Most Wanted and much more. Check out full interview here: https://allhiphop.com/thelibrary/…
 
The Library’s Tim Einenkel and AllHipHop.com co-founder Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur sit down with Hip-Hop pioneer , the late, great Kangol Kid of UTFO. Kangol Kid discusses how he became one of the first dancers for the rap group Whodini, how UTFO came to be For the entire interview go to allhiphop.comโดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
Industry vet and legend, Bumpy knuckles joins Allhiphop.com presents The Library with Tim Einenkel this week to talk working with greats such as Kool G rap, DJ Premier, M.O.P, Pete Rock, Kool Keith and KRS One. Discusses meeting Eric B for the first time and so much more. Check out the full interview right here https://allhiphop.com/thelibrar…
 
This week, Tim talks with Full Force for a really great, deep interview about the group’s amazing career, which spans almost 40 years! Check out the full interview right here https://allhiphop.com/thelibrary/full-force-breaks-down-their-legendary-careers-from-utfo-and-nicki-minaj-to-selena-and-house-party/…
 
Two legendary hip-hop forces – Talib Kweli and Diamond D – have come together to form the new group Gotham. Check out this interview where they explain why they started the group, their chemistry together and much more! Check out the full interview here https://allhiphop.com/thelibrary/talib-kweli-and-diamond-d-discuss-their-new-group-gotham-making…
 
Rap legend Chill Rob G is a pioneer from New Jersey. Read up on his history, the story behind his groundbreaking song “The Power,” and more! Check out the entire interview here https://allhiphop.com/thelibrary/โดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
Tim Einenkel and Cee Lo Green talk about his days with Goodie Mob, transitioning to a solo career and much more on this week’s episode on The Library. Check out the full interview on https://allhiphop.com/thelibraryโดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
On October 8th, 2021, Smooth B was Inducted Into The Hip-Hop Museum in DC along with Rakim, Kool Moe Dee, Nice & Smooth, Pete Rock & DJ Kid Capri. This week, the legendary MC discusses being inducted, the importance of each of his fellow inductees, origin of his name, Smooth B, the impact going to his first Grandmaster Flash park jam and much more.…
 
This week Tim sits down with one of Hip-Hop’s great storytellers, Dana Dane. The Kangol Crew member talks about the origins of the group, origins of rhyming with an English accent, the legendary producer Hurby Luv Bug, first meeting Kwame and helping him choose his name. The Brooklyn, NY artist talks about mental health, how Whodini influenced his …
 
This week on Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down with Statik Selektah who dropped his latest album, The Balancing Act. Statik discusses working with Nas, Freddie Gibbs, Joey Bada$$, Termanology, the late Mac Miller and Sean Price. The veteran record producer shares inspirational pandemic stories from his fans, Siriu…
 
This week on Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel, Dr. Octagon himself, Kool Keith. The cofounding member of Ultramagnetic MCs talks about the origins of the group, his evolution and development as an artist, why he respects and appreciates what new MCs and producers are doing, what's holding back old school artists and talks about…
 
This week on Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel, Tim is joined by Grandmaster Caz. The Hip Hop legend talks to Tim about the birth of the culture, what he expected out of it, the night he became "Grandmaster", which Hip Hop elements he's grown to appreciate, whether the disconnect between each Hip Hop generation is organic or ind…
 
Hip Hop journalist, author, and historian S.H. Fernando Jr. aka Skiz Fernando has just published his second book, From the Streets of Shaolin: The Wu-Tang Saga. Fernando’s comprehensive history of legendary group Wu Tang Clan, chronicles their lives as children in the streets of Shaolin, the genius behind their art, the genius behind their entrepre…
 
This week on Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel, Tim talks to The Last Emperor. The Secret Wars MC, talks about being signed by Dr. Dre, Rawkus Records, his college days, being an upcoming MC and the important role his mom played in his life as a person and artist. We also talk about the significance of escapism in hip hop and co…
 
Veteran emcee Eternia has returned with a new album, Free (with Rel McCoy), her first in 11 years, The Canadian artist discusses the creation of it, why she walked away from music, the importance of artists such as: Maestro Fresh Wes, Michie Mee, DJ Premier, Murs, Mr. Lif and DJ Eclipse are to her, the music grant writing process, what she gives an…
 
This week on Library Rap, hip hop artist, Lyric Jones joins Tim. Lyric talks about the impact of Church, Gospel Music , Jazz, Jay Z, Angela Bassett and Queen Latifah have had on her as an artist and what made her want to be an MC. The Boston artist talks about her NPR Tiny Desk (Home) performance, her vision board, new album, Closer Than They Appea…
 
This week on Library Rap, Dogg Pound legend, Kurupt. The former Death Row Records MC talks about the origin of California slang, influences, his style, the writing process, Snoop Dogg, Ice T and then new HRSMN (Ras Kass, Canibus, Killah Priest and Kurupt) album, The Last Rideโดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
This week on Library Rap, Joseph Abajian aka DJ Jab founder of the famed hip hop record store Fat Beats. Abajian gives a history of the record store scene back in 1990s New York City. He explains the importance of Fat Beats to the independent hip hop artist.โดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
This week Tim talks to Supreme about his new EP, Love Jones, breakdown his lyrics, growing up hip-hop, fatherhood, his dad, legendary, Ghostface Killah, and life after collegeโดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
MC Lyte's career has spanned almost 30 years. When her debut album, Lyte as a Rock debuted in 1988, she was, the first woman to release a solo rap album with a major label. Lyte has not lost a lyrical step and continues to stay at the top of her game. This week on Library Rap, the hip hop legend from Brooklyn, NY joins Tim to talk music, her first …
 
Jeff Chang and Dave “Davey D” Cook are hip hop history. Their new book “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop (Young Adult Edition) has just hit the stores. This week they join Tim on Library Rap to tell the story of hip hop culture, how it intersects with cultures in different regions of the world and the political and social movements that thrive because of hip …
 
Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and Professor Sohail Daulatzai co-authored Born to Use Mics: Reading Nas’s Illmatic, which focuses on the first album by Hip-Hop artist Nas. In light of this book, I sat down with Professor Daulatzai to talk about how, if at all did Nas’ first album, Illmatic change the Hip-Hop industry. In the second half of the episode, Sam…
 
Journalist, screenwriter, record producer, teacher Dan Charnas was one of the first writers for The Source and part of a generation of young writers who helped create hip-hop journalism. Dan is the author of a new book called The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip Hop. He joins Library Rap this week.…
 
This week, Tim talks to East Cleveland MC, Kipp Stone, to discuss his new EP, Faygo Baby, gives us some lyrical breakdown, talk mental health in the Black community and so much more. Make sure you check out this interview.โดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
This week on Library Rap, Tim interviews Long Beach, California emcee, Crooked I. In the interview we talk about being a member of the supergroup, Slaughterhouse, his favorite hip-hop track, his album, Apex Predator and a whole lot moreโดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
"The minute I heard [Trump] say 'China Virus' and 'Kung Flu' I knew it was going to be open season on Asians," Lyrics Born tells Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews during their must-listen conversation this week. "ANTI" by Lyrics Born and Filipino-American DJ Cutso is a new track denouncing the criminal epidemic that shines a light on this troubli…
 
Tim sits down with Mekka Don to talk about his latest single, “Still Dope”, going from practicing law to being a hip hop artist, the business side of hip hop, navigating the music industry, appearing on Sway in the Morning and much more.โดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
In his book, “L.A. Sunshine: A True Story, The Real Accounts” legendary hip-hop artist LA sunshine of the Treacherous Three delves into his sexual victimization at the age of seven, as well as his rise to fame as a member of The Treacherous Three.โดย Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel
 
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