Wednesday, October 29, 2014

#IAM Guest: @MCPRofit @IBMCs @westsidefm

IAHH Radio Show is back with another sick show with #IAM Guest PRofit! Don't miss our interview, PRofit's live bars & our chat on spirituality, while you enjoy the finest selection of global hip hop brought to you by IBMCs.

In this week's show we bring you the new releases from Secret Swords, Souls of Mischief & Danny Spice, a dope tracklist with Cryptochrome, Cyrus Malachi, RantoBokgo and many more!

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Guest: PRofit & Spirituality Chat by I Am Hip-Hop Radio Show on Mixcloud

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