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D.A. Williams's WDKK Radio brings you the latest in Indie music along with exclusive interviews with the artist who made American music great. In addition, we offer programming for motivation, inspiration and transformation. For additional content, visit http://www.wdkkradio.com

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Derrick was born a native Philadelphian during the time when music was considered to be at its renaissance period. By this, I mean the time when the be-bop period was so-called ending, and the onset of a new decade of... more

THIS EPISODE IS PRE-RECORDED / CHAT ROOM IS OPEN Finding himself on the other side of the conversation, D.A. is interviewed by Debbie Edwards,founder of Meta-Visionaries Radio. D.A. shares from his heart his story and... more

The first recording of the blues was in 1895. From blues music came great artists, such as Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy, Bessie Smith and others. But the blues might never have been created if it had not been for... more

This singer/rapper/producer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist and choreographer has earned the nickname "THE MOST TALENTED KID IN THE MUSIC BIZ" or as George Clinton calls him "The Thugged-Out Version Of Prince" because his... more

His mother, Kathy Sledge, is the international recording artist of the Grammy- nominated group, Sister Sledge. His father is renowned musician, Philip Lightfoot, Sr. His gift for rapping started around age 13. Kae Williams III (Blackboy215)... more

The best of the best. Stop in and see if you hear yours. You were probably on your first date.

The best of the new and old blues. From the Mississippi delta to the streets of Chicago.

From West Virginia to "The Three Degrees", Viki shares the story of how she became "The Country Diva".

Black-oriented radio emerged after World War II. Full time programming from sun-up to sun-down; blues, spirituals, rhythm and blues replaced jazz as the primary form of music. These improvising "street rapping" Disc Jockeys... more

Continuing the conversation of payola/pay to play, and other factors that have led urban radio and music to it's current status. These episodes are not designed to simply point out a problem, but a discussion designed to stir us up to... more
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