Griffen f/ Julio Englewood – Kung Fu Joey (Produced by The Legendary Traxster)

Griffen digs in to his bag of goodies to drop a gem featuring his partner in rhyme, Julio Englewood over a classic Traxster production. The result? Kung Fu Joey, a track that smacks with the same force of a Jim Kelly kick.


John Brown talks 10 years since The White Rapper Show on The Morning Rush

jb_double cup.png10 years ago, Vh1 and Ego Trip presented, The White Rapper Show to the masses. One of the show’s stars, John Brown aka The King of the Burbs stopped in to the Morning Rush with WeekendGabe to revisit several moments from the show including the final competition he lost. John shares on the lessons he learned from some of the show’s guest rappers, including Remy Martin and how he’s grown as a artist because of those jewels.

The Morning Rush with WeekendGabe airs live every Sunday Morning from 7a to 9a on WLUW, 88.7f in Chicago.


[Podcast] The Hip Hop Project with Tristate (1.19.17)

thhpDJ Scend and Slot-A with help of the supporting cast of The Hip Hop Project have fun, and deliver 2 new mixes on this latest episode of THHP. The 2nd hour includes a conversation with California emcee, Tristate about his latest release, 3 Dimensional Prescriptions with Oh No!

The Hip Hop Project airs live every Thursday night on WLUW, 88.f from 8p – 10p (Central) with DJ Scend and Slot-A


K. Sparks talks Black Cassette & Politics with WeekendGabe

k-sparks-4Queens, New York native K. Sparks talks about his latest project, Black Cassette with WeekendGabe. Sparks mentions the large cache of music he has, and the meaning behind the records featured on Black Cassette. Gabe and Sparks also talk about the importance of learning about the hip hop culture, and jokingly discuss K. Sparks chances of joining the Trump Administration.

The Hip Hop Project (1.5.17) Show


DJ Scend and Slot-A return for the first show of 2017. The dynamic duo recap their New Year’s experiences and share stories of receiving requests. Slot-A updates us on upcoming hip hop shows to the Chicago area. The crew then shares their new year’s resolutions and things they don’t want to see in the new year.

The Hip Hop Project airs live every Thursday night on WLUW, 88.7 from 8p to 10p (central) in Chicago as part of the Loyola Student Campus radio station. You can stream live on wluw.org or download the WLUW mobile app on the Apple and Google Play store.