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Norman Payne aka DJ Chose, began his production career working with artist like the Brook Gang. Working with Brook Gang gave him his first billboard hit—“Pop That”—which peaked at the 89th position.
DJ Chose later began working with artist such as: Uncle Luke, Kirko Bangz, Brian Angel, Miss Mykie, Beatking, Trae The Truth, and Dorrough Music. Payne later ventured into Djing which lead to working with djs like OgRonC, DJ Mr. Rogers, DJ Scream, Merk, DJ Ebonix, and DJ Micheal Watts. Those ventures opened the door to a greater level of his success for dj chose as a artist and dj.
As of 2015 landed a deal with Artist Publishing Group which has lead to him doing works for Akon, Kevin Gates, Trey Songz and Many More. Also DJ Chose Landed a Deal with Think its A Game Records for his Single Everywhere i Go which that Peaked at #32 on the Urban Billboard Charts.
Dj Chose continues today focusing on the artist side of his career, expanding his production craft, and song writing. He never misses a day thanking God for blessing him with the opportunities he has experienced. Anyone who wants to know him should know that he is an ambitious and motivated individual whom is only satisfied with excellence and perfection. All of these ventures are just the beginning of his career.
-Latest Underground music from your favorite artist & genres, The Health tip of the day (Provided By 845's Nubian Queen) DJ FUCIOUS ON THE 1’S AND 2’S
-HIP-HOP MONTH (THE DJ): We will be honoring the element of hip-hop “DJing”.
-Announcements Segment: This Segment is dedicated to those looking to some information on there near future. Weather if its an album/EP/single dropping, event coming up or a simple update on ones career, this is that segment to drop those announcements. Tonight we will be dropping the 411 on an upcoming show we are apart of… (347) 633 9050
-Industry DJ of the week: We will be speaking on the rise and work of Cut chemist.
-What if Segment: What if there was no DJ? This is very simple but most of the new ages don’t understand how important the DJ is in Hip-Hop. We go over the angle of if there wasn’t a DJ formed in Hip-hop. Would Hip-hop exist and be as prominent as it is now? Call in and speak your opinion (347) 633 9050
-Hip-Hop 101: We drop the 411 on the father of hip-hop. DJ Kool Herc
-Special Guest(s): We have an interview w/ DJ Fuscious. A DJ that has the whole party nightlife locked. He’s that dude that if you need a party DJ you hire him. He’s also known for breaking records with the hittmen DJ’s regime so this should be an interesting interview…
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Rhythm and Poetry: The Poetic and Rhythmic Nature of Hip Hop
Join Jeremy Carter and Jesse Bachelor Parris Sunday, November 8th at 9 PM EST(6 PM PST) as they get into the culture of Hip Hop and it's poetic and rhythmic elements. From the way DJ's cut the record to the way the beat makes you move, Hip Hop has always been a work of art. From the writings on the wall to the complex word play of real MC's, Hip Hop exhibits and perfectly tells the story of our struggle to convey our message to the masses, but with rhythm and poetry.
So be sure to join us and share your experience about the poetic, artful and "to the beat" experience we label street poetry, rap, MCing or simply put, Hip Hop Culture.
You can call in to speak with your hosts at (917)889-2830
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MELANATED MUSIC AND CULTURE: BRINGING BACK REAL HIP HOP
DJ Scripz is a Haitian born DJ, but came to Brooklyn, New York at the age of six years old. DJ Scripz was raised in Crown Heights Brooklyn during the 80’s. The music and the Hip Hop culture influenced his style and creativity. Hip hop legendary icons like LL COOL J, Eric B & Rakim, KOOL G RAP, BIG DADDY KANE, Public Enemy, EMPD, BIZZ MARKIE, TRIBE CALLED QUEST, JAY Z, NAS, BIG L, KRS1 and NOTORIOUS B.I.G are a big inspiration for DJ Scripz’s creative visionary Hip Hop style. DJ Scripz is a film director,film producer,and music producer who owns Black Dymond MGNT, inc. Black Dymond MGNT is an artist management company that works with upcoming New York City artists.After his run as a hip hop artist manager he decided to brush up on his DJ skills and entered the DJ arena.To further sharpened his Djing techniques,he attended THE JAM MASTER JAY DJ ACADEMY in lower manhattan and obtained many certificates on verious Djing techniques.DJ Scripz captivating sound spans the eras and blends genres of classic hip hop to,smooth R&B,flip reggae Dancehall riddims, throwback to 80s pop freestyle,and capable to turn the party up with current top forties.As a DJ who is extremely passionate about the Hip Hop culture as a whole he decided to script a documentary film detailing his experience living in Brooklyn New York as a young Haitian immigrant kid. Thus,he produced "THE HAITIAN POLO DOCUMENTARY FILM". The Haitian Polo Documentary film is based on the young Haitian immigrant kids experience here in Brooklyn New York during the 80'S & 90'S ERA. In addition to film production, DJ Scripz is also seriously involved in music production as well.
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Join me for another Episode of UpNxtRadio,
We have a great guess on today show that is DJIROCKJESUS,im pretty sure you have heard of him he has been in the game for a very long time so it is a pleasure and a honor to have him on the show with us so we and pluck his brain and learn some great info.
Just some comments about our guess:
on DJ Suicide Supermix
All i can say is STRAIGHT MINISTRY HEAT!!!! WOW God has truly bless you with the gift of Djing WOW PRAISE GOD!!! one day i would love to do a mixtape with you.Keep up that STRAIGHT MINISTRY HEAT UP
on UCDD'13: ALIVE - Swedish Revolution & Matthew Parker (J-3 Remix WINNER)
STRAIGHT MINISTRY DANCE HEAT!!!!!
Quarantine Radio interviews an artist that has been in the music industry since the age of 15, wheather it was as an battle rapping or DJing, Ramon Revere built his brand from the ground up. Hear about his journey through the indie scene.
Who Murdered Hip Hop?
Originally serving as an outlet for young urban brothers to express their social, economic, political, and personal concerns, Hip Hop took the 70's by storm. Before you knew it everyone was rapping, dancing, and throwing big parties. People came together to bond and battle instead of fuss and fight. Ushering a new age of young people breaking down barriers with sound instead of fists.
But just like Black Wall Street, once Hip Hop became a positive force in the Melanated(Black) community, it instantly became the target of those who seem to enjoy our suffering. It became the objective mark for vultures and saboteurs. Those who desired to oppress and control instead of elevate and enlighten.
Join Alex Primo, Asha Zuri, and Zhe Levels Scott Thursday, August 20 at 9 PM EST as we dissect the ups and downs of the music industry as it relates to the well-being of our Melanated Family. We will explore the philosophy behind this change from uplifting party jams and street poetry to violent chaotic "music" that promotes disunity.
And as usual we will discuss current events or other issues that affect the Black Community.
Plus Brother Dennis Jefferson will be dropping by with another fantastic episode of Healthy Matters.
You can call in and speak with your Hosts at (917)889-2830
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And remember ... Keep it On point & Keep it Real. #One
On the Underground Beat with Madam President Special Co-Host Prolific will be airing from 8-10pm est! As always we will be throwing down those raw hip-hop tracks from artist such as: Kony Brooks, Cambatta the Crackbaby, Persia, Kazea B.Ills, LP (Lyrically Poetic), Drury Ft. Theill5Real, Jazz (of Famous Last Words), Red Famous, and Trip Loc, SamIAm the MC, and of course Prolific. We'll have: Announcements (what's happening in your hood), the #PresidentialBeatDown, and the Know Your Roots-The Art of DJing with Special Speakers: Supa Dj Exile, Handz Solo, DJ Ceez, and Mos Definite. Ending with Madam President getting and Prolific getting into an in-depth interview as we play and discuss his track. If you would like to CALL IN the NUMBER IS: (646) 716-5926 just PRESS 1 to connect with us. #PresidentialSalute to everyone who supports us!! #UndergroundBeat #MadamPresident #Prolific #DontPlayRadio #OnlyPlayRaw
Kevin Lucia's new Through a Mirror, Darkly is a Supernatural Thriller collection masked as a novel. With elements of mystery, suspense, and otherworldly horror, Through a Mirror, Darkly successfully delves into the worlds of Lovecraft, Grant, and the mysterious Carcosa.
Lucia is a Submissions Reader for Cemetery Dance Magazine and his podcast "Horror 101" is featured monthly on Tales to Terrify. His short fiction has appeared in several anthologies. He’s currently finishing his Creative Writing Masters Degree at Binghamton University, he teaches high school English and lives in Castle Creek, New York with his wife and children.
German DJProducer and owner of netlabel MobiusSpin, 3dtorus explores, creates and communicates new worlds via electronic musicAt 15 he was DJing Drum´n´Bass, organized parties and DJing in deserted military facilities.
MISS GUY is a wild and raucous (on stage of course!),supertalented singer, songwriter, music producer, enrmously successful internatonal DJ, performer, stylist, fashionista and all round FABULOUS human being! Miss Guy Performs with band THE TOILET BOYS and often records and collaborates with Debby Harry(Charm Alarm) and 'Stay away From Pretty Boys with Boy George! Guy creates wonderfully provocative music videos like Dumb Blonde, Sometimes, Don't Stop and Take It Off are just a few of these. With a band and DJing all over the world Miss GUY has been to Europe and Asia and toured the US extensivelyLooking forward to catching up on all the excitement with dear friend Guy! Rick Hunt will monitor and referee and Life is .....what? GOOD!
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The Worldwide Underground Nation Radio (WUN) was created on December 5, 2009. Our original format was athletes of color in action sports. Interviews, music, fashion and sports news were the key elements of (WUN) Love Radio.
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