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DA BIDNESS RADIO IS A TALK SHOW THAT HIGHLIGHTS THE THINGS GOING ON IN THE WORLD THROUGH A HIP-HOP LENS. IF YOU WANT THE REAL TALK, WITH REAL PEOPLE, LET US GIVE YOU THE BIDNESS!

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We're Back! We're back! Da Bidness Radio is back on the air beginning this Monday Oct 5. The show begins at 9:30pm and last until 11pm EST. This week we will discuss the latest happenings in politics, entertainment and life in... more

All good things must come to an end and this is the last weekly episode of Da Bidness as we focus more attention on our weekly program on WHPR 88.1 FM in Detroit Radio simulcast live on http://www.fm881whpr.com from 6-8pm every... more

On Da Bidness Radio this Monday Brimstone, L3, Dommy and Detroit Red will discuss the impact of STD’s in the urban community with STD’s or Sexually Transmitted Diseases continues to plague African-Americans more than any... more

At the request of our Facebook supporters, Da Bidness Radio will host a discussion on infidelity in relationships by examining the lives of the Clean Up Woman, Maintenance Man and those who feel it necessary to use their... more

On March 9, 1997 Hip-Hop lost one of its greatest emcees. On the 12th anniversary of his demise, Da Bidness Radio will discuss how the world of Hip-Hop would be different if Christopher Wallace aka Notorious B.I.G was still... more

Brimestone Jones, DommyStyles, L3 and Detroit Red bring you Hip-Hop and serious talk. Everyone out there is feeling some stress. The question is what to do about it. This Monday on Da Bidness, we will discuss stress with an "expert"... more

On February 23, Da Bidness will discuss the State of the Black Experience. Is “The Man” holding us down or is it ourselves? Are we closer to accomplishing The Dream, or do we even know what The Dream is? Also how do Africans view... more

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