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Back again for another episode of "Lowering the Boom", Becca Lower is keeping things non-political. Pretty much. Tune in tonight at 10pm Eastern/9pm Central/7pm Pacific: Her guests in the first hour: Kyle Becker, Associate Editor of Independent Journal Review, on his acting background. We'll be joined by a secret, special guest to discuss acting, too. Our Topic: How has what passes for "cool" changed over the decades? In the second hour, Becca welcomes bloggers John Hoge of Hogewash! and Aaron Walker/Aaron Worthing of Allergic to Bull to discuss convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin's new federal lawsuit that targets everyone from Michelle Malkin to Simon & Schuster to (possibly) Bugs Bunny. And whatever else they might want to talk about... Tune in!
Wus Good Fam! This week welcome Queens MC and Producer "Neek The Exotic" who first stepped on the scene in 1992 with a dope verse on Main Source’s classic joint “Fakin’ The Funk”. His new joint “Hustle Don’t Stop” contains underground hits “Get The City Warm” featuring Bumpy Knuckles & Satchel Page with “Real Deal Hip-Hop”. The album features production mainly handled by Confidence of Rashad/Purpose & Confidence and The Audible Doctor as well as Alterbeats, Tommy Tee, Ras Beats, The Arcitype, Big Malk, Weirdo. Neek the Exotic has worked closely with Large Professor on ’Still On The Hustle" which marks the first true collaboration. The Queens natives first project together was for the White Men Can't Jump soundtrack, which launched them into the global spotlight. Since then, the two producer/MCs have been cementing their legacy in collaborations with the likes of Pete Rock, Busta Rhymes, The X-Ecutioners, and Mobb Deep. Still On The Hustle stands testament to the rich history of golden HipHop.
The artist, T.RONE, from Jacksonville, FL, aka Duval-The Bangum, is at it again. From hustling in the Duval streets to creating his own lane in the music game, T.RONE went from having a strong regional buzz to now being known worldwide. His independent label, KreamTeam Muzik, along with Brooklyn Knights set out to make a major mark. T.RONE made YMCMB his home. T.RONE is now releasing the street album entitled, “THE LORD OF LUST VOL. 1”, which features the “HELLO LOVE” remix and follow-up single “KRY”.
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