Archive for the 'Radio' Category
Boaz drops in on Soul Assassins Radio and spits a little something on-air.
Previously: Boaz x Illmind – Like This (Video)
Harlem’s Dave East is starting to make a little bit of noise and he recently stopped by Sway in the Morning with producers Sean C. and LV, who workied with him on his just released Black Rose mixtape. The trio takes calls from listeners and Dave bodies a few of Sean and L’s beats live on-air.
Part 2 below.
Remy is getting out of the box in 10 days. Time flies when you’re not in state custody huh? This afternoon she called Angie’s new show on Power 105.1 to talk about her impending freedom, being married to Papoose, her relationship with Fat Joe and much more.
Previously: Papoose ft. Remy Ma – Whats My Name
Recorded live in London, Statik Selektah is joined by Joey Bada$$ and Kirk Knight for a special “Pro-Off Radio” segment. He plays a number of world premieres from his new album What Goes Around, some throwback classics and Joey and Kirk spit contribute some exclusive freestyles.
araabMUZIK sits down with Ebro, Rosenberg and Laura Stylez to talk about his preference for the MPC over software based beat construction, his success in the EDM field and his new instrumental album. About 10 minutes in he plays a live set right there in the studio.
Ja Rule joins the Hot 97 morning crew on Ebro in the Morning and recounts the infamous fight between him, his crew and 50 Cent in Atlanta back before the rise of G-Unit. As he’s said in the past, he believes 100% that he won that fight and that the only reason people believe 50′s version of the story is because he’s physically bigger and more intimidating than Ja. He also plugs his new book Unruly, talks about his new music and much more. The 50 story begins about 4 and a half minutes in.
Last night my brother RAST joined Peter Oasis and co-host Emily Oberg (Complex TV) on WNYU’s Now Where Were We. They delved into the legacy of the infamous RFC crew, the downtown NYC graffiti scene during the 90s and of course RAST’s Across West 3rd Street project. It was an especially entertaining conversation due to the fact that Mr. Oasis ran those same downtown streets as a youth.
Huge shout to Peter for inviting RAST up to the show, as well as that overly generous shout he gave me . You’re far too kind sir!
Previously: RAST – I’d Rather Make A Friend Than An Enemy