The RZA joins us for a rare and in-depth interview that left live listeners in awe, as The Master takes us on an intelligent journey through his beat creation, an inside analysis of how such classics as Return To The 36 Chambers and Liquid Swords were created, the REAL story behind the making of 8 Diagramz, the influence of Easy Mo Bee and Prince Paul and an exclusive narrative regarding his work on the new GZA album “Liquid Swords 2 – The Return Of The Shadowboxer”. RZA even finds time to discuss modern hip hop media, his relationship with Jay Electronica and the success of such talentless nobodies as Paris Hilton. This is an essential, epic 60 minute listen for all lovers of music around the world. Pure classic.
Tech N9ne embraces the show in style, launching head on into a frank and candid discussion regarding his recent arrest in Missouri and the way in which the media and news reporters are blatantly misrepresenting the facts about the incident. We talk about the recent theft of a vital CD form his tour bus, the excellent positive work he is doing for the community and his new album The Gates Mixed Plate. He even reveals his plans to work with Eminem on a future track with Brother Lynch Hung and his desire to collaborate with Psychological Records mogul, Necro when time permits.
D12’s Bizarre is with us for a cautious and abrupt interview. Possibly remembering the last time he was with us,revealing news about Eminem’s Recovery album, Bizarre informs us that D12’s track with Eminem “Take Your Best Shot” is to feature on another album. He offers listeners a unique chance to submit beats for the new D12 album but when asked about the possibility of Slaughterhouse featuring on the new D12 album…he just leaves.
The Dogg Pound swerve into the studio to pour on us some liquid refreshment in the form of new album news, their plans for Rock The Bells 2010 and their desire to sonically bring Dogg Pound back to the classic Death Row days. Daz Dillinger is the main spokesman and Kurupt attempts to get involved but sadly passes out before really getting into his stride. DPG 4 LIfe.
Freddie Foxx (aka. Bumpy Knuckles)rarely does interviews these days, so it was a true honour to spend 30 minutes with one hip hop’s most dedicated artists. We politic about radio ethics, the problems with modern rappers, the dirty mainstream media and more before venturing off into an exclusive discussion regarding his THREE completed studio albums, including one produced by DJ Premier, another produced entirely by Jesse West and his full collaborative bar-for-bar album with The Teacha KRS One.