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Tonite I definitely give you something to dance to, Hip hop from the 80s and 90's with some funk ya'll know I'm gonna play some funk for you. Ya'll gonna want to...... no HAVE TO move that coffee table. Time to get busy!!!!!!!! Too Short.... Eric B ....... Chubb Rock. Yes you gonna hear them and more I'll even slip in some Switch, If you wanna get closer(if ya'll know what I mean :) ) So let me get my drank.(juice , of course ) get what ever tickles your fancy cuz this is The House Of Funk and TONITE, Jan. 10 we doin' it HIP HOP STYLE!!!!!!!
Join host, Tony Delerme, as he brings you some of the hottest hip hop that you won't hear on commercial radio. On today's show we will be bringing you new tracks by Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y, King Los, YT Triz, Post Malone, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, A$AP Twelvy, Tyler The Creator, Young Thug and many more. Tune in NOW!!!
Andy Funk, Director and Executive Producer
Andy graduated from Towson State University in 1996 with a double major in Mass Communications and Communication Studies. He worked in a variety of areas from freight logistics and non-profit development to baseball tour guide and major event planning. In 2002, he left his full-time job to run the family business, a dance studio in Maryland that he and his wife started three years earlier. The entrepreneurial bug would not allow him to stop there and with the help of his wife and sister-in-law, they created Monsters of HipHop in 2003.
Monsters of Hip Hop (Est. 2003)
The mission is to bring hip hop dancers together with the industry's top dance professionals in a fun and challenging environment that fosters self-fulfillment and career development.
Monsters of HipHop was started by Andy and Becky Funk along with Becky's sister, Angie. Collectively, the three developed the unique concept for Monsters of HipHop based on Becky and Angie's background growing up dancing competitively and Andy's experience in business and marketing. They saw a need, took a chance and created a Monster! While Monsters has grown tremendously, the company always strives to maintain the family environment on which it was built.
FRIDAY NIGHT HIP HOP IN THE CUT is "The Premier NW Hip Hop Dance Talk Show". FNHH - In the Cut promotes hip hop dance artists, studios, venues and more! "In the Cut" will feature interviews with Northwest and National talent as well as studios, events and more! Broadcasting live from Seattle, Washington!
Following up on our remarkable special episode last Tuesday, Hip Hop & Race: A Talk Show Town Hall, this will be the last episode of 2014. We'll take a look at the year in hip hop, particularly as it relates to our New York rap ecosystem.
We'll also be speaking with Soul Inscribed, to talk about their Blue Note Jazz Club show coming up on January 2, and exactly what they have in mind by fusing hip hop, soul and funk.
Oh, we'll have ticket giveaway info also!
We don't really do end-of-the-year lists, since they're usually only done to incite chatter and clicks, rather than give the audience credit for being able to decide on their own what they thought was their favorites, we prefer to let you tell us what YOU thought was the best.
Of course, we'll give our opinions, but as alawys, we'll look to you and your calls to give us your thoughts.
Check it out, and as always, thanks for the support
DJ DEEDISH, MALBEC, AND GUD MONEY ARE BRINGING YOU ANOTHER EDITION OF HIP HOP IS NOT DEAD. TONIGHT, WE HAVE A SPECIAL GUEST: BLACK GLOBE WHO IS JOINING US FROM SAN ANTONIO. WE ARE PLAYING HIS TRACK: "TOMMORROW" YOU CAN FIND HIM AND SONG ON YOUTUBE.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qElxxdVDwiE BLACK GLOBE "TOMORROW"
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