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Audio: Jay-Z Speaks to Chicago’s WGCI

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

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Cool interview, he addressed pretty much everything that he told Angie Martinez in 4 breaks yesterday in just a few minutes today. Here’s a rundown of the events:

To plug his upcoming concert in the Chi on July 7, Hov calls in to WGCI:
He talks more about the coin toss
The Wendy’s commercial that used autotune.
DJ Webstar’s a young dude who doesn’t understand.
How him and B got bills to pay so they tour.**
Advice he gave Rihanna.
He wants Kobe to get his ring.
Nets are breakin’ ground in BK in Sept.
His top 5: Big, Pac, Scarface, Eminem and Andre 3 Stacks
Lauryn Hill is GOAT of female MC’s.
And BP3 (a.k.a. The New Classic) is mostly Kanye but Timbo got some heat on there and he’s still recording.

**B she only ride G3.

Listen here.

Props to YN

Mike Love Presents – The Best of Bad Boy Radio Freestyles (1997-2007)

Thursday, May 28th, 2009

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Chicago DJ Mike Love just unleashed some classic freestyles from WGCI (Chicago’s #1 Hip Hop & R&B Station) Bad Boy Radio. Unreleased sessions from Kanye West, Common, Outkast, Lupe Fiasco, Twista, Big Pun, Fat Joe, Shyne, Curtis, Juvenile, GLC, amongst others. This is what he had to say:

Seriously, I’m not one to wax nostalgic often but when I do look back at the Bad Boy Radio days, I realize today’s on-air DJs could never have the “freedom” that we had in our heyday. The cultural impact of Bad Boy Radio is still felt on Chicago radio today so I wanted to compile a lesser known but important segement of the show, the live in-studio freestyle sessions. By the millenium it was rare that a rapper could kick a verse without cursing so our interviews with rappers stayed just that, interviews. But in the early days every MC that stepped foot in the studio had to kick a verse. That said, there are some real gems here, from the classic All About The Bad Boyz (arranged by me) to Common’s freestyle over the Invocation beat (from One Day It’ll All Make Sense), to the late Big Pun exchanging verses with Fat Joe, to Twista jappin over Aaliyah’s One In A Million instrumental, to the entire Flipmode squad rhyming for 10+ minutes over a Master P track, to Juice’s crazy & completely off the dome freestyle, to DTP’s Shawnna noticibly stepping her rhymes up when former Infamous Syndicate partner Teefa steps in the studio, to KanYe West & Lupe Fiasco bringing the era to a close. Radio history was made.

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