Combat Jack’s relationship with Dame Dash goes way back. So far this week’s episode of The Combat Jack Show, the Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder laid it all out on the table. Below is a synopsis of their conversation. This is the one you’ve been waiting for. Damon Dash talks Aaliyah, life without Jay Z, how he’s completely done with the music game, why he was an asshole to anyone who got in his way and why the kind of “broke” he is […]
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Wyclef was the latest Combat Jack Show guest and here is what you missed: Sak passe Internets!!! This week, Grammy award-winning and former Haitian presidential candidate Wyclef Jean sets the record straight about the #YELE charity organization accusations, the Ducati and pum pum shorts incident, intimate music making moments with Lauryn Hill, carrying Haiti on his back, the legacy of the Fugees and drops a freestyle that you’ll need Rosetta Stone to decipher through. Please remember, it’s #YELE not #YOLO!
Mixtape legend and Breakfast Club co-host DJ Envy, sat in the hotseat on this week’s edition of The Combat Jack Show. Below is a synopsis of the interview. The “People’s Choice”, DJ Envy stops by to talk about his role as the devil’s advocate on the Breakfast Club, his recent admission of infidelity to his wife, how other dj’s ain’t playing right, getting a gun pulled on him by Nas, and tells us his strategy to “kill a muthafucker breathin’”. We […]
Radio vanguards Star and Buc Wild made their way to The Combat Jack Show this week on PNC Radio. Much like Combat, Star was also influential in my career. Appearing on his show a couple years back was a fulfilling experience. Cop his book Objective Hate here. Helluva read. Star and Buc Wild. Couldn’t control these cats, even with Dallas Penn on deck. In a rare interview, Star shared his past, how he was an actual street pimp in New York City […]
Before revitalizing careers on VH1, Mona Scott-Young helped mold them at Violator Management. Last week, she gave a rare interview on The Combat Jack Show. Here’s what was discussed.
Hip-hop pioneer and Video Music Box creator, Ralph McDaniels stopped by The Combat Jack Show this week for a trip down memory lane. Here’s what you missed. It’s the Box That Rocks! Ralph McDaniels, founder of the seminal Video Music Box talks thirty years of history. Highlights include how Big Daddy Kane shot someone causing him to miss “The Symphony” video shoot, how we wasn’t fucking with Mr. Magic at first, gunplay at NaS’s “It Ain’t Hard To Tell” video shoot, running […]