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  • 00:57

    Rodney Perry Live #190 - Spinderella

    in Comedy

    This week Rodney Perry Live welcomes Spinderella. Tune in on Monday, December 1, 2014 at 2 PM EST.

  • 00:32

    Hip-hop artist King Hannibal (Boe-Cabulary)on Hot16realtalk

    in Entertainment

    Hot16realtalk is proud to present King Hannibal.
    Hailing from the East New York section of Brooklyn meet Boe-Cabulary.One Half of the underground veteran duo BOE and Villa. The artist/song writer became addicted to hip-hop as a teen. With such influences as Kool G Rap, Rakim, EPMD and many of the pioneers who paved the way for them. The duo released an album in Japan titled "1019 Ex-Prez" receiving good reviews in Japan's "Front magazine". The duo then released an EP which featured there street single "Life Is Too Short"With Puzz Pachino under Alleyway ent. (the video is a NY underground classic). Boe-Cabulary also appeared on Erick Sermons Album "Erick Onasis" track titled “Van Gundy” and Funk Master Flex album "Flip Squad Allstars" track titled "Seriously” with Canibus. The duo received good reviews in the feb.99 issue of the source saying they were a force to be reckoned with. Since then they put out numerous street albums and recorded a number of songs with artist and producers such as Midi Mafia, Deemi, Marc G (Levert), Nef-U (cali), Mario Winnans, Jack Knight, D.R Period, Monifa,Papoose, Akeneli, Sean Wallace, Spinderella and Wyclef to name a few. Building a catalogue of hits both, as a duo and solo artists.
    Now Boe is back with his solo self titled album Boe-Cabulary coming this fall hosted by new yorks own Suge white.Determined to bring his lyrical skills to the mainstream audience worldwide.get ready there''s a different breed of mc on the way,and his name is Boe-cabulary..It's not just radio its radio revolution.

  • 02:01

    Nod Ya Head Wednesday with Spinderella

    in Entertainment

    Check your watch, no doubt its time! Its Nod Your Head Wednesday on the D-Hour Show and on this show we will be talking to Grammy award winning DJ and Hip Hop legend DJ Spinderella! And as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming (R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, and Neo-Soul) artists as well as celebrities! We'll be bringing you interviews from celebrities, new, amateur, and independent artists. Don't forget to listen to the Nod Your Head 4Some 4 back to back hits from the incredible artists we showcase all the time on the show. Check out Logikal1's Hip Hop Review and much much more! We will be giving you all of this at the top of D-Hour!!! Its Wednesday so just sit back and relax and kick it with your boy Logikal1 and Company! So stay tuned and keep your ears locked!!

  • 00:55

    BWS Chats with Grammy Winner DJ Spinderella

    in Writing

     BWS Blog Talk Radio Personality Ms.Mocha chats with Grammy Award Winning DJ, Writer, Producer, Rapper, Hip-Hop Icon, Dee Dee "DJ Spinderella" Roper,

  • 02:00

    Encore Nod Ya Head Wednesday with Spinderella

    in Entertainment

    This is our encore airing of our incredible interview with gorgeous DJ and member of the multi-platinum hit old school hip hop group Salt & Pepa Spinderella! Don't miss this interview again!

  • 03:19

    Ladies Night Radio - Guest Music Icon Spinderella

    in Music

    Hosts: BabyGirl813 + IamBranded
    Guest: Spinderella
    Topic: The Lost art form of Female Groups.
    What happened to Girl Groups?
    Why is it a lost artform?
    Will we see a resurgence in female MC's and Groups
    This show is the women's evolution of music and entertainment. We cater to the movements of the strong ladies in the business and growth of soon to be young ladies becoming power women. Celebrate one of the only shows dedicated strictly to women.

    Call in (347) 215-8653

    Twitter for: IamBranded    Twitter for: BabyGirl813
    Call in (347) 215-8653

  • 02:01

    Jimmy Lee Underground Radio featuring DJ Spinderella

    in Politics

    Join Jimmy Lee Underground Radio Network for another excellent program as we continue to discuss What's Goin' On in Detroit with Edith Lee-Payne plaintiff in Brown v Snieder. The beautiful and talented DJ Spinderella is in the Boom Boom Room with Shaun "MacDaddy" Ross talking about hip hop and her work with the Diabetes Foundation. DJ Swift on the MainLine with Rusty Redenbocker.This hip hop political talk show is based in Chicago and hosted byJimmy Lee Tillman, II as Urban Political Strategist, founder of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Republicans, and father of three. 

  • 01:55


    in Radio


  • 00:45

    BGE Radio powered by BlogTalk: Deidra Muriel Roper (DJ Spinderella)

    in Entertainment

    The Legendary Deidra Muriel Roper, known as @Spindeezy, who was a member of the trail blazing hip-hop group Salt-n-Pepa joins host @Colethea to discuss how she has Build, Grow, and is now ENJOYING! Inspiring! 

    BGE Radio promoting Financial Literacy and Community Empowerment through Communication


  • 02:00

    DJ Spinderella of Salt-N-Pepa

    in Music

    Salt-N-Pepa’s Spinderella

    Diedra “Dee Dee” Roper, aka DJ Spinderella from the Grammy-winning hip-hop trio Salt-N-Pepa, sits down with Mutha to dish about her fabulous career, including how it felt to be part of the first female rap act ever to go gold or platinum. Dee Dee will also discuss projects she’s currently got in the works. So don’t miss this def show.

  • 00:30

    I have the lovely Dj Spinnderella live 9/16 on Dagrahyndmusic Radio #RRMG

    in Music

    Roper was introduced to Salt-n-Pepa producer Herbie "LuvBug" Azor just before the group were due to appear at the Westchester Music Festival in 1986. Salt-n-Pepa's original DJ, Latoya Hanson, had missed several rehearsals and group appearances, and the group was actively looking for a replacement.[1] Before auditioning Roper, Salt-n-Pepa had offered the spot to then-unknown radio and TV personality Wendy Williams.[2] Roper was selected as the group's DJ, taking the name Spinderella, around the time the group's first album was being released. Since she was sixteen at the time of joining, Ropers' parents had to give permission for Roper to travel around the country. The trio would go on to become one of the most successful female hip-hop acts of all time. They released five studio albums and saw several platinum and gold singles. Spinderella has also produced several songs on the group's albums. The group disbanded in 2002, before reforming in 2007