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#TurntableThursdays feat. Daja Marie & Teddie Cain Jr.

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Turntable Thursdays is one of the best underground podcast shows on the Internet with a strong mainstream following hosted by Tee Recx!!! Tune In every week for some outstanding music, commentary, and guests. Artists interested in having music aired on respected underground/mainstream podcast, contact us at thelivebyterrenceshow@gmail.com. Call-in at 646.378.0298 to speak with hosts.

Special Guests & Many More (Subject To Change)

Daja Marie

Daja Marie is a Rapper, Singer, Songwriter Indiana native. Born in Marion, IN, this music creator has written number one songs for some of the greatest in the entertainment industry today. Currently, Daja is promoting her debut solo single “Bankrolls Like Monopoly” while working on follow-up singles and debut album.

Daja is not only a dope songwriter/singer/rapper, but she is also the Fashion Editor for the world’s #1 digital magazine in the world covering news from “Hip Hop to Hollywood,” The Hype Magazine. She is known to hit the red carpet in the latest trends in fashion as well as setting trends across the nation. Daja is credited with creating new fashion lexicon, including the word now famous word “slay.”

Teddie Cain Jr.

Chicago native Teddie Cain, sparked a love for music at a very young age. Influenced by a combination of artists such as Marvin Gaye, Al Green, DeBarge, Jodeci, & Master P, it created the captivating & unique style we love from Cain today.

Cain begins to get notable recognition sparking the attention of several key industry leaders. With all of the buzz surrounding his first project, the release of his later single, “No Ghetto” being featured on ESPN’s 30 for 30 Ben “Benji” Wilson movie was the birth of international coverage.

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