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Myles McCaulskey's Top 5: Wednesday 19th July

Myles McCaulskey's picks this week include Chance The Rapper, 21 Savage and more.

Every week, Myles McCaulskey picks his Top 5 favourite hip-hop tracks that he's been listening to over the past week. We reveal the list right here, every Wednesday.

1. Dave - Tequila

Dave is putting out banger after banger at the moment. This is another example of that – all starting from a freestyle Dave did in LA, he has transformed it into a song!


2. Chance The Rapper - Big B's (feat. Young Thug)

Chance’s attempt at saving SoundCloud yeah? Game on. Let’s see what he can do – this one is a banger though!


3. 21 Savage - Bank Account

From Savage’s new album Issa. Not the biggest fan of 21 Savage, but this one gets me gassed.
 


4. One Acen - Beneath (feat. Gene Carmello)

This one is an underrated throwback you know! One…

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Advice / Opinion

Generation You on London Pride

Chloe Combi and James Gilmore discuss this year’s London Pride celebrations…

Generation You on London Pride

Saturday 8th was the London Pride March, where it is anticipated that over 1 million people come to London to take part in the celebrations.


But, this year the march has been met with an unprecedented amount of criticism.

The event, which is set-up to be a celebration of inclusivity and a how far the LGBT+ community has come through their struggles, was said to be “over commercialised” with brand upon brand trying to get involved, as well as Islamophobic banners such as “Allah is Gay” appearing through-out the march.


Since this year’s march, there have been calls for the organisers to take a step back and reconsider how they run the event, to ensure that it truly becomes a celebration and not just another opportunity for commercialisation and unnecessary politicisation.

On Generation You this week, Chloe Combi and James Gilmore discussed…

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Politics

Hyer's Highlights: What's Next for Islamic State?

The jihadists may be losing their territorial bases; however, their warped ideology has not been vanquished.

Hyer's Highlights: What's Next for Islamic State?

It is almost exactly three years since the so-called Islamic State’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, proclaimed a caliphate following an ISIS sweep through large areas of Iraq and Syria.


Yet on Monday, Islamic State was evicted from the last parcel of land that it controlled in the city of Mosul. A battle that began 266 days ago has finally concluded with intense house-to-house fighting and a last stand which finally liberated the city.

But, the good does from Mosul does not prove the end of ISIS. The jihadists may be losing their territorial bases; however, their warped ideology has not been vanquished.


Benji Hyer asked listeners if the loss in Mosul spells the end of the jihadi terrorist organisation. Here’s what listener Jessica thinks should happen to truly get rid of ISIS.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

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