Best Hip-Hop Radio of all times

November 22nd, 2009

I wish I could say this article is about Boom Bap FM, the Cairns Hip-Hop radio show that my brother from another mother Ricky Shamroxx and myself have brought to life. But it’s not.

In the early 90′s the Hip-Hop radio show “The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show” (featuring DJ Lord Sear) started broadcasting on the New York radio station WKCR. Almost a decade later the show was voted “THE BEST HIP-HOP RADIO OF ALL TIMES” by The Source magazine.

Numerous unsigned artist made their appearance on WKCR who later became some of the most influential artist in modern Hip-Hop music – NAS, Big Pun, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Busta Rhymes and Company Flow to only name a few. The Wu-Tang track “Protect ya Neck” had it’s first airplay on WKCR – at the time a white label release.

Check out the Youtube clip. If you are a REAL Hip-Hop head, this is some REAL Hip-Hop history for ya.

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