This week…we play a game called “Hip-Hop Release Date Death Match”. We look at stacked hip-hop release dates and decide on which one we would buy if we only had money for one. You can play along! Leave your picks in the comments section.
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In case you missed it, millennial soul artist, Amahni Philly, chopped in up on The V Mixx with your girl Vee to talk about his latest release Forever Golden. Don’t forget to catch him performing live at Hotel RL this month AND step your wardrobe game up with your Amahni Philly merch here. Go! Tell him Dropajewel sent you.
Boom! A new installment of the Hip Hop Now Podcast with Vegas. This week he chops it up on Prodigy, the Pac movie and the new Jay Z album. Check it!
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I’ve been a fan of Baltimore’s 98 Rock (WIYY) for many moons now. There are very few radio stations that I listen to, but this one so happens to be one of the best…in my humble opinion. Today, Baltimore’s queen of rock, Sarah Fleischer is rocking the airwaves for the last time. After 38 years of service, she decided to open a new chapter in her life by taking off her headphones and setting her sites on family and charity work. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the early 2000’s and it is well deserved. As a radio junkie myself (catch me yelling on numerous stations across the Baltimore area), I can only imagine how hard it must have been to really make your mark as a woman in radio…let alone a rocker! Today, it is an honor to listen to her lineup of artist like Pearl Jam, Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith. She is on the air until about 3 this afternoon, so if you get a chance, turn your radios up for one last time!
Peace and blessings to Sarah in all of her future endeavors. To me, she is: an inspiration, an icon, and an icon. On behalf of women in broadcasting everywhere, we thank you for your service.
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STRICTLYHIP-HOP CELEBRATES TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
Baltimore’s #1 source for authentic Hip-Hop and culture! Celebrating twenty-five years on the air, Strictly Hip-Hop will broadcast live for twenty-four hours on WEAA 88.9 FM beginning at midnight on May 9, 2015. Throughout the day various Strictly hosts and DJ’s will provide the dialogue and music for the celebration festivities. Specialsegments will be aired discussing the growth of the Hip-Hop culture and how Strictly Hip-Hop has been an influence on the music scene within Baltimore city and the campus of Morgan State University since it was created in April 1990.
Not only can listeners tune in through the radio, they can listen online at http://www.weaa.org. Also listeners can download the following apps on Android phones and Iphones: TuneIn, and radio.net using the keyword: WEAA to listen. May 9,2015 at midnight on WEAA 88.9 FM Strictly Hip-Hop will celebrate being the longest running Hip-Hop show in the Mid Atlantic. For more additional information contact the host: firstname.lastname@example.org and follow the show on twitter: @HipHopStrictly for anniversary updates