This week Odeisel and WeekendGabe wrap up this past weekend’s BET Award winners and losers. We discuss Skyzoo’s latest, Music For My Friends. We close out by dissecting MC Ren’s value in NWA and if he has a legitimate gripe with his portrayal in the upcoming Straight Outta Compton movie.
DJ Scend hosts this Father’s Day weekend show that features 7 Oddities recording members to talk about their latest release, The Takeover.
We also put out an open challenge to our listeners to put out a dope song dedicated to Dad. If you have one, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org !
The Hip Hop Project has been on air since 1995 and is one of America’s longest running hip hop radio mixshows. Be sure to tune in every Saturday night to catch DJ Scend & Slot-A from 10p-12a CST on 88.7 FM if you’re in Chicago and/or http://www.wluw.org worldwide.
Today.. we all should celebrate. Vic Spencer and Tree. As the clock struck noon today on this Sunny and bright Chicago Summer day, Victory graced our ear buds and booming ass speakers. Do yourself a solid and pull yourself away from whatever you’re doing and get this in your life.
WeekendGabe welcomes one half of the Foreign Exchange, Nicolay who talks about his latest release, City Lights Volume 3. Nic opens up about the recording process, Phonte’s involvement, the business side of FE music and if there will be a new FE album.
This week’s show welcomes 2 dope ass Chicago artists, The Boy Illinois and Pinqy Ring. The Boy Illinois talks his upcoming album, DuSable and working with DGainz, who also joined us live in studio. Pinqy Ring celebrates the release of her latest album, HerStory and her incredible personal journey towards finding a greater purpose for her music and life.
Fun, laughs, and dope mixes from DJ Scend and Slot-A and a rare guest appearance from WeekendGabe.
The Hip Hop Project has been on air since 1995 and is one of America’s longest running hip hop radio mixshows. Be sure to tune in every Saturday night to catch DJ Scend & Slot-A from 10p-12a CST on www.wluw.org worldwide or 88.7 FM (Chicago).
Author Stephen Witt talks about his new book, How Music Got Free with hosts of Vocalo’s Morning Amp’s Jesse Menendez and Jill Hopkins. Want to know about how the decline of music started? Take a listen here. Great stuff.