• 01:10

    Local Hip Hop Artist and Emcee Showcases with A Positive Message.

    in Entertainment

    Local artist and Emcee, Sly Tha Deuce (along with C.h.y.p.h and The Don) has influenced both listeners and emcees alike nationwide with  infectious energy, positive messageS, and solid productions. motivating others to rethink their own situations.  Unlike some Hip Hop today Sly Tha Deuce shares optimistic testimony and lessons learned through true art form, spreading a message of unity,  honor and self- worth even if that means going against the grain.  Sly Tha Deuce and Crew are making waves across the globe.   

  • 01:18

    Devi Genuone, Singer Emcee... Future Jazz / Electro Pop out of Oakland CA

    in Hip Hop Music

    Tonight Pop Artist Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us), talks with: Devi Genuone, Singer Emcee out of Oakland CA
    Future Jazz and Electro Pop



    www.devigenuone.com
    www.soundcloud.com/devigenuone
    http://www.reverbnation.com/devigenuone


    Devi Genuone’s talent is undeniable; blending soul, jazz & reggae influences to create a signature sound. She’s got that Southern swagger and incredible pipes to match. Her flavor of hip-hop with the tinge of electronica, that ‘boom bap slap’ as she says, is timeless with no limits. 
    In 2013, out of 2300 entries, she won ‘Honorable Mention for Best Song by an Oakland Solo Artist’ for Tell Me Why at Mayhem (formerly Oaktown Music Festival), proving that hard work and perseverance pay off. Her eclectic hodgepodge of musical stylings, coupled with her sultry voice, inspire and keep you moving. Showing no signs of slowing down, miss Devi Genuone is continually making moves, and perfecting her talent, so keep your eyes and ears open for much more from this talented songstress, conguera and all-around musician.

  • 02:22

    Quarantine Radio Interview with Emcee/Producer Sinn

    in Music

    Quarantine Radio talks to Rapper Sinn who as worked with Def Jam and artist like Jay-z, 50 Cent, Prince, Big Pun and more, hear his story and his journey behind the scenes of the industry.

  • 00:46

    Barbershop Podcast: Who's The Best Emcee????

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to the Barbershop Podcast where our panel will discuss Black Entertainment, Culture, Sports, and Politics from a Young G's Perspective. Any topic that is fair game in the Barbershop is fair game in our shop.


    In this episode our panel will discuss Who's the Best Emcee in Hip Hop History.


    No A-B, A-B rhyme structure rappers need apply.


    All Walk-Ins are accepted. There's always a chair open.


    Call in to the Barbershop Podcast 646.478.3476 to discuss whatever is on your mind. 


    Today's Panel:


    Marion "B" Brooks  


    Justin "Dark Skinned Jermaine" Carter


    Marques "Esquire" Carter 


    Black "JP"


    TJ "Tinsmatic" Whitney


     


    Chad "Milk" Houston

  • 00:29

    Harry Freedman ~ Specializing In Corporate Put-Ons and Imposters & Emcee

    in Entertainment

    Harry Freedman has performed for numerous Fortune 500 companies and has been profiled in the business sections of the New York Times, International Herald Tribune and Miami Herald. As a put-on comedian, he has appeared on dozens of TV and radio shows including One on One Sports with Jim Mccarver. As an actor, he has been on the hit CBS show, Everybody Loves Raymond, and as a stand-up comedian, he has appeared on Carolines Comedy Hour VH-I Stand-Up Spotlight with Rosie O’Donnel, Comedy On the Road, and many others. In addition, his writing credits include Everybody Loves Raymond, Carolines Comedy Hour, and Showtime Comedy Specials.

  • 00:46

    Barbershop Podcast: Who's The Best Emcee???? Part II

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to the Barbershop Podcast where our panel will discuss Black Entertainment, Culture, Sports, and Politics from a Young G's Perspective. Any topic that is fair game in the Barbershop is fair game in our shop.


    In this episode our panel will discuss Who's the Best Emcee in Hip Hop History.


    No A-B, A-B rhyme structure rappers need apply.


    All Walk-Ins are accepted. There's always a chair open.


    Call in to the Barbershop Podcast 646.478.3476 to discuss whatever is on your mind. 


    Email Questions/Topics to PodcastBarbershop@gmail.com


    Today's Panel:


    Marion "B" Brooks  


    Justin "Dark Skinned Jermaine" Carter


    Marques Carter the "Notorious" MJC 


    Black "JP" AKA Uncle Paulie


    TJ "Tinsmatic" Whitney


    Chad "Arizona Ron" Housto


     

  • 01:43

    RELEVANT RADIO

    in Radio

    THIS WEEK WE HAVE A PACKED SHOW FOR YOU GUYS AFTER A COUPLE WEEKS OF LAID BACK HISTORY LESSONS! WE HAVE TWO ON THE COME UP ARTISTS THIS WEEK. ONE OUT OF NASHVILLE, TN (GUTTA BOI DA DON) AND MY 2ND EVER FEMALE EMCEE OUT OF GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA (JAMIISON). BOTH ARE TALENTED ARTISTS THAT ARE ON THE BRINK OF TAKING OVER THEIR RESPECTIVE CITIES IN THE HIP HOP INDUSTRY SO I DECIDED I WANTED TO HAVE THEM ON THE SHOW! WE'LL BE SPEAKING WITH THEM ABOUT THEIR CAREERS UP TO THIS POINT AND AS ALWAYS PLAYING THEIR MUSIC FOR YOU GUYS TO GET AQUAINTED WITH THEM! AS ALWAYS WE HAVE OUR SONG OF THE WEEK AND THIS WEEK ITS FROM MATT DA TATT (FORCED TO SELL DRUGS). WE HAVE OUR IF YOU DONT KNOW NOW YOU KNOW SEGMENT AS USUAL AND MUCH MORE! LAST BUT NOT LEAST, WE HAVE SPECIAL GUEST TEDDY KING, WHO IS WWA HEAVYWEIGHT & NATIONAL CHAMPION. WE WILL SPEAK WITH HIM ABOUT WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO MAKE HISTORY AS THE FIRST COMPETITOR EVER TO HOLD TWO TITLES AT THE SAME TIME FOR WWA. ALL THIS AND MORE ON TONIGHT'S EDITION OF #MPPRADIO

  • 01:15

    FRESHH RADIO: Interview - Neset #MyStoryMonth

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight will be the 1st of 4 planned interviews this month. The guest for tonight is an emcee from NYC who has a LOT of grand information he wants to share with the audience! I will be playing some of his music and getting a deeper look at what motivates him and a Man & an Artist! 


    Tune In at 11:30am EST & Call IN to LISTEN:


    Fresh Radio Call In Number: (347) 857-1302


    Follow ME:

    @NUKnoE 

    NÜK

  • 01:59

    Naomi Rose & Company Week 4

    in Entertainment

    Join me this week as I interview Baltimore female emcee Ashley Sierra, model/actress/singer Martina Montgomery and Entrepreneur Reshunda Boyd.  We are still honoring women for Women's History Month so tune in for another great episode!

  • 01:09
  • 02:04

    Hot Hitz DJ interviews indie artists Young Memph, Khatib, and UENO

    in Music

    Young Memph


    Age of 21 born in the City of Memphis TN, Frayser area by way of Atlanta GA.. Young Memph has been influenced by artist such as Yo Gotti, Mr Bigs, The Isley Brothers, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Biggie & Tupac. Yet to date his greatest influence remains to be his sisters that taught him how to drop bars. Young Memph moved to Atlanta at the age of 12 and started recording at 13.


    Memph states “he knew his music was good but not good enough” and started to make music all could enjoy, by not overpowering his musical creations with profanity . Not to say he has gone soft or lost his edge, his craft proves he can go bar for bar with the best of them with so much personality and distinctive swagger in his flow one can’t help but listen close for his next punch line or how Memph will deliver his next verse, while proudly holding his head high when his mother listens to his musical


    Twitter: Young_Memph on twitter!
    Contact Info General Business/Booking: Todd J Taylor, Bruce Holmes


    Khatib


    Born April 8th, 1983 in Hayti, Missouri, Khatib had the normal, small town country living. Making due with what he had made him appreciate things at a young age. "I didn't have the best or much but whatever it was meant the world to me," recalls the lyrically gifted emcee. Growing up in the shadow of his older brother, Khatib participated in sports. Even though he was fairly talented in them, he felt athletics wasn't his calling. "That was my older brother's thing, my mom had me doing it because he did it" says Khatib. Dealing with feeling neglected from riffs between his parents, a young Khatib turned to music as an escape. The poetic satire of the artists only intrigued the young lad. It wasn't until the infamous butt whooping Khatib received for saying Snoop Doggy Dogg's "Doggystyle" album cover was going to be him, that he knew what his career path would be.

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