Brother Menelik – Guns & Coke (Rough)

No mastering, unedited, uncut, raw right from Da’Kitchen floor, Brother Menelik – RAW….Worcester stand up b. 2nd single off the RAW mixtape, peace wu this jus a kid who grew up and needed pay homage someway b

Brother Menelik – Punks Jump Up (Rough Cut)

No mastering, unedited, uncut, raw right from Da’Kitchen floor, Brother Menelik – RAW….Worcester stand up b. Much respect to the older gods Krs-One & Brand Nubian for inspiring a nigga b.

Raekwon or Jay-Z



Ok here we go. recently Jay and Rae released 2 long awaited albums Jay-z with The Blueprint 3 and Raekwon with Only Built for Cuban Links pt.II. Now every since their release, we here at HHTT have had an ongoing discussion about these two albums. it seems that whenever we discuss hip hop or lyricists this topic finds its way into the mix. Often this arguement can go on for long periods of time especially when BROTHER MENELIK gets goin against socialite sounds/nite people’s very own YOHON DI. Which, by the way, you can catch this discussion and many more live on the radio Friday nights from 10pm-12am on 91.3 fm Selective Hearing or stream it live from your computer at WWW.WCUW.ORG just click listen now. So im taking it upon myself to get you involved. Please let us know what you think, MENELIK who is very partial to the gritty drug rap, which no one does better than RAEKWON


and YOHON is partial to jay-z for his track record and ability to move the crowd….So which album is better? Is RAE better cuz he kept it hood and brought back that 95 feel (the golden era of hip hop) wit a sick ass flo? Or is Jay-Z better cuz he has remained consistant over the last 10/13 years and can MC (move the crowd) at a moments notice?

Hollywood Boulevard

 Tell us what you think…

WCUW 91.3 Worcester


WCUW 91.3 is a local radio station in Worcester, MA which provides a unique mix of musical genres, from rock, jazz, blues, folk hip-hop etc. WCUW is a station for the people by the people, I support local radio because as a MC, WCUW was warm and welcoming and provided an outlet for local artists to showcase there music, thoughts and ideas. I remember when T.O.D. and I finished the album “Description of Wor” a few years back, we met up with Frank the Butcher and that lead to us to meeting Tone and that lead to getting our tracks played on air. As a MC who faced a lot of adversity, it was good to see there were people who support the local scene and wanted to see it flourish. That experience alone caused me to be more aware and supportive of my city, especially the music scene. 


Linving in Worcester you see a lot of diversity, and WCUW embraces that.


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