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WE ARE AT WAR – so it was our pleasure to be joined at the front line by the general that is DJ Premier. Forever consistent, Premier breaks down the specifics of his many forthcoming projects and collaborations, including the much anticipated project The Kolexion with Bumpy Knuckle’s, which he reveals was initially suposed to feature a collaboration with DMX instead of Flavor Flav. Informative, interesting and exciting, we also discuss and explore upcoming work with the likes of Busta Rhymes, KRS-One, Vinnie Paz, Showbiz & A.G, Jeru The Damaja, 7L & Esoteric and Inspectah Deck, NYG’z and Rakim, Chris Brown and an album with M.O.P! Perhaps most interesting, however, just might be the revelation that he and Pete Rock are starting a new business called PVP (Pete VS. Premier). In addition, we touch on the status of his forthcoming album with Pete Rock, which originally was set to be a double CD with one CD representing mainstream and the other the underground, as well as his long awaited LP with Nas, which although on hold, he still plans on recording! A MUST HEAR INTERVIEW FOR ALL LOVERS OF HIP HOP!!

Obie Trice enters the show for the first time with Eminem stories, a renewed enthusiasm for music and more notably, a brand new album on the horizon in April 2012. Having suffered a long time away from music, Obie tells his story in a candid and frank manner, highlighting the ways in which he helped Eminem through his own battle with life. We talk Detox, with Obie claiming that the long-awaited Dr Dre album is as finished as almost being shrink-wrapped and just needs to be released. His own album features Dre, Eminem and a host of guest appearances, the creation of each track being relayed throughout this interview. Does he think songstress Adele is too fat? No and he would like to have slow sex with her.

A refreshingly optimistic and inspired Casey Veggies joins us to discuss the deluxe version of Sleeping In Class and his upcoming mixtape, of which he delivers for us an exclusive acapella in the form of one of its featured songs. The former Odd Future member tells of his relationship today with the group, revealing that he and the collective have work in vaults, as well as announcing that he and O.F. affiliate Frank Ocean have a song coming. In addition, we also talk his now infamous meeting last year with Jay-Z, future plans and much more! No sleeping, class is in session!

Joining us in the Conspiracy dojo, the master that is Planet Asia kicks down the door to discuss his upcoming album: Black Belt Theatre and it’s supporting feature film. Sporting a black belt, Planet Asia breaks down his creative approach, citing its influence deriving from a Saturday-afternoon TV show of the same name and Blaxploitation films, his reasons for the guests featured, as well as the visual and humourous elements executed throughout the project! In addition, we talk Camp Lo, Madlib and much more! Kick azz..

Diabolic has a fresh game face. With a new album almost complete and his own record label in rich development, hip hop’s pioneer of punchy put downs sounds fully charged as he heads into 2012. In this typically entertaining piece we discuss his time at Viper Records, including his relationship with friend Immortal Technique, the reason why he CHOSE to leave Viper Records and the many artists that he is in negotiations with to sign to his new record label. Diabolic need two more beats to finish off his album and he is opening up the chance for all producers to submit their beats for a track featuring Immortal Technique and another track with Vinnie Paz.What is Hardstyle hip hop?

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, a hungry Maffew Ragazino explains why the big apple is ready for a new empire state of mind, setting off the show to discuss his forthcoming projects, of which include the buzz heavy Rare Gems 2: Black Gold and a collaborative EP with Das-Racist, which will see Harry Fraud handling production duties. We also talk Senior’s business model behind his self-owned label Cash In Cash Out Records, visuals, the importance of DJ Clark Kent ‘s earlier encouragement, future collaborations and more in a rare gem of an interview. Fans of lyricism rejoice!


Mista Montana and Menace reveal news regarding the all new Conspiracy Worldwide Radio Phone App for iPhone, Android, Windows 7 and Blackberry phones, with the quote “this is not just an app with CWR’s brand on it – this is a universal app for every aspect of the hip hop culture..”. The app will be available on Itunes App Store, Android App Market and through Conspiracy Worldwide Radio for Windows 7 and Blackberry devices.

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