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Audio: (Part 1) Hip-hop artist One Be Lo talks music, youth, and empowerment.


Noah Chandler • Feb 17, 2009

During this month’s hip-hop show “Stop the Circus. Stop Arpaio!” in Phoenix, Arizona, I got a chance to sit down with the popular underground hip-hop artist One Be Lo. So join us as we get the positive scoop from this positive artist as he looks at identity, hip-hop culture and youth. He was also kind enough to share some of his music which is used in this special edition of the i2050 podcast. Props to One Be Lo! Keep up the great work!

Download the mp3 here. Download the .mp3 version here. [length – 3:36]
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Music used:

  • “Learn” – One Be Lo
  • ”Headlines” - One Be Lo

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