On this seven hour death match with Mista Montana and Menace we have:
WBA Super World Light-Welterweight Champion Amir Khan joins us on the eve of his unification title fight with Zab Judah, to deliver a frank and explicit interview regarding his mind state as he approaches the first round bell. Far from a gentle interview, this gloves-off 30 minute feature-length explores Khan’s controversial views on the media’s pre-fight coverage, the real reason that Tim Bradley backed out of a confrontation with him and a direct analysis at why Sky Sports have turned their back on him; an issue which Khan and his camp are taking very personally. In addition to boxing we address Amir Khan’s struggle with the US “crack down on terror” laws, including his unjustified struggles with US immigration and explore his brushes with Holylwood stars such as Mickey Rourke. One of the most personal Amir Khan interviews to date and an interview that no boxing fan or media journalist should miss.
Canibus and his producer partner The Architect step once more into the Conspiracy studios to offer a detailed exploration of the making of all three CDs of Bis’ new album Lyrical Law, including the creation of each track, the story behind guest features and the overall purpose of this album in Canibus’ career. We discuss the importance of the “mixer” community and future plans to showcase more of their dedicated work as well as learning the origins and foundations of Canibus’ first group in 1993, T.H.E.M. Moving onto the EXCLUSIVE PODCAST ONLY content. we travel through all of Canibus’ future projects including the making of RTJ2, the Sharpshooterz album, Paranoid Chillin and of course, the forthcoming HRSMN project. We talk Lyrical Law Tour, including proposed destinations should the resources and circumstances permit and then tackle the recent media coverage of Canubus’ music, including the inclusion in UK newspaper The Guardian. A massively rewarding listen, with the only sad/concerning part being Canibus’ frank statements on his eventual retirement from making music. Hip Hop must listen once more.
Ever the optimist and leading light, the legendary DJ Premier steps into the arena to hang out, reflecting and remembering the late, great Guru, sharing tons of Gangstarr stories, some of which include Gangstarr’s legacy, the first time Gangstarr made it to radio, recording a “Moment Of Truth”, play fights and his future plans, which include a forthcoming DVD with unseen footage. Further expanding on Guru, we are shared with such gems as Guru being responsible for Lord Finesse getting signed, the science behind his label Ill Kid Records, porn conventions stifling thier later relationship and more. We also talk Premier’s radio show Live From HeadQCourterz, working with DJ J-S1, the status of his track “Fu*k The Industry” with Immortal Technique, meeting Eminem for the first time (he says that he’s finished the remix to Bad Meet Evil’s “Writer’s Block”, describing it as being “different” and “almost a rock record”), plans of working with Guilty Simpson, the status of “Return Of The Boom-Bip”, the result of a track with Game entitled “Born In The Trap”, which he describes Game as sounding like an “old Nas” and reveals an album with E-40 where he will be splitting half the album’s production with 40’s son Droop-E. In addition, we talk “choking porn” and his attempts to avoid writing a book because of what he knows behind closed doors. A fully-fledged Conspiracy Worldwide Radio classic!
Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J smashes the door off the Conspiracy Worldwide Radio studio with news of one of the most epic festivals in hip hop history; The Gathering of the Juggalos 2011. We talk in detail about the evolution of the Juggalo family, including the extreme awe that floods ICP when they contemplate the enormous devotion expressed by their fans.With a performance roster ranging from artists like Ice Cube and Xzibit, right through to legends such as Above The Law and DJ Quik, The Gathering of the Juggalos Festival sounds like a dream card for any discerning fan of hip hop and hardcore. Violent J divulges some of the artists he still wants to feature on a future festival, including MC Ren, a Geto Boys live reunion and a show with every member of the Wu Tang Clan on stage. We talk in-depth about the development of ICP’s wrestling corporation JCW and take time to recognise the monumental influence of wrestling guru and brazen genius, Paul Heyman. Far from the chaos of their artistic image, this interview demonstrates the down-to-earth and ultimately likable nature of ICP’s admirable hustle. Juggalos spread this one!
M.O.P’s Billy Danze is in warrior mode as he steps into the ring that is the Conspiracy studio to discuss his forthcoming boxing reality TV show, as well as Amir Khan’s showdown with his childhood friend Zab Judah. In this knock-out interview with one of Hip Hop’s greatest heavy weights, we discuss the creation of his currently untitled reality show, touching on its inspiration, development and long-term goals, with an often overlooked message that boxers are some of the nicest people. In addition, we discuss the much anticipated forthcoming M.O.P album that will be entirely produced by the Snowgoons, as well as the status of Lil Fame and Termanology’s Fizzyology project and much more!
Standing on the tip of mainstream stardom, we are joined by the mental giant that is Aaron Yates, better known to the world as Tech N9ne. The mood is accomplished and Tech is set to attend a signing with his fans, better known in his world as the Technicians, but before that we talk “All 6’s and 7′ s” and it’s creation and success, growing lyrically, the science behind the album title, having a newfound energy and inspiration in beats, “The Gates Mixed Plate” receiving “mixed” criticism, his hair cut, body branding, collaborating with Lil Wayne, Kabosh, touring, the revelation of a forthcoming Regime album and more, proving that he is the very definition of, and a display of the power of, a cult audience. A must hear for Technicians and casual fans of Tech N9ne.
Having already paid dues, former Ranjahz member Wais P’s come up and existence isn’t Random. His refreshing and dope new project “Random Pimp” however could be deemed as this and that’s not a bad thing! In this overdue interview, we talk to the pimp about “Random Pimp’s” formulation and Random Axe’s initial inspiration, jokes with Duckdown CEO Dru-Ha about not selling the project, previous projects, his evolution as an artist, his personal favourite track to date “Back Bi*ches” with Sauce Money, collaborations, working with DJ Premier, forthcoming music which includes a project with himself, Maffew Ragazino and Action Bronson and much more! Wais P is the future.