I’ve had it up to here with New York City radio. After hearing the same three songs in less than an hour on Hot 97, I tweeted “A NYC radio DJ could incorporate at LEAST 5 local records into their daily mix. But they don’t. Kinda sad. Yo @oldmanebro, change must come!” @oldmanebro is Ebro Darden. He’s an Oakland native and Program Director of Hot 97. PDs are the boss of a radio station. Ebro responded to my tweet and a debate ensued including […]
Two nights ago, the kid appeared on The Usual Suspects show with hosts Tee Smif,
Yours truly took over the Shade 45 airwaves yesterday on the All Out Show with Rude Jude and Lord Sear. The station’s looking to add new music, so they called on the kid to help ’em out. My selections? Kendrick Lamar’s “Money Trees” and Macklemore’s “Can’t Hold Us”. Afterward, we spoke on Shyne’s review of good. kid, m.A.A.d city. Week 2: Back for another week, I highlighted Young Jeezy’s “We Done It Again” and newcomer Deezo‘s “Deck”
The day before Hov christened the Barclays Center, Elliott and I spoke on the impact of his concert series with MTV. Afterward, we kicked our favorite Jay-Z verse. Tougher than you think. Day three goes down tonight.
After seven long weeks, yours truly was back on Hot 97 for another round of songs that could make the grade on the FM dial. When it was all said and done, I chose Vinny Cha$e’s song, “Urban Outfitters”. Check out my call and the rest of the list below. CHEER$, bitch.
A week ago, MTV2‘s cameras returned to the Double R mansion for On The Radar. This time, I spoke on records from Slaughterhouse 2 Chainz, and Rick Ross. J.Cole’s “The Cure” would’ve made the cut, but he released it the day after filming. Bummer. In any event, tune in to Sucker Free every Sunday at 11 AM EST on MTV2.
The underboss of this blog holocaust appeared on The Combat Jack Show last night alongside Fred The Godson. Brian talked about his come-up in the media, Rap Radar, altercations, rap, and upcoming segment on MTV2.