ALL DMV EVERYTHING! Exclusive Phil Ade Song + Interview!… All this SUNDAY & more on the Hip-Hop Corner!!
What’s up hip-hop lovers and general cool culture aficionados? I heard some talk that we don’t put on for the DMV. What?! For those who don’t know and therefore aren’t hip, DMV stands for DC, Maryland and Virginia, basically the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. We’ve played countless DMV artists on this show!! Look at the past guests tab on our website and see all the dope DMV artists we’ve interviewed. And, aren’t we the same show that helped launch Def Jam signed artist and XXL 2013 Freshman Logic’s career? I thought so. But, it’s all good. We love where we’re from so much we’re gonna take this opportunity to put on for the DMV even more!! This SUNDAY it’s gonna be ALL DMV EVERYTHING!! All the music we play is gonna be by DMV artists. Except for J. Cole’s mixtape “Yours Truly 2″, which we’re gonna profile as well. In addition, we’re gonna interview Phil Ade LIVE on the show and we’re gonna play an EXCLUSIVE record off his upcoming mixtape, R.O.S.E. (Result of Society’s Evil)!! So, tune in this SUNDAY 4PM-6PM FOR ALL THE MADNESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL. Click below to TUNE IN LIVE.
We’ve officially made the move from WMUC 88.1 FM to WMUC Digital! Here’s some of the reasons why… WMUC Digital allows us more freedom. Our music and our conversations will be completely uncensored. The new time from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday afternoons is more convenient for listeners to tune in and for us to perform our duties. It’s tough staying up late on Sunday night when you start your work week Monday morning. Also, the structure of the WMUC Digital studio will make it much easier for us to videotape interviews, so will be able to provide our listeners with better visuals of our show. In short, the move just made sense! So make sure you tune into the Hip-Hop Corner at its new place, WMUC Digital, and new time, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.! Thanks!
TONIGHT is our last show on FM!!! We’re changing time and channel to WMUC Digital from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.!!! We decided to choose a new format for more freedom! Plus, WMUC Digital more closely resembles the Sirius XM network of which we would like to join. And, the time is more convenient for our listeners (YOU!!!) and us!! So from now on, after TONIGHT, make sure you tune into the Hip-Hop Corner ever Sunday afternoon on WMUC Digital from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.!!! But, for now, enjoy our last show on FM!!! Click below…
In this week’s episode of the Hip-Hop Corner it was ALL 90′s EVERYTHING!!! R&B had the Motown era and for hip-hop, we had the 90′s, the golden decade of hip-hop. But, we talked about more than just music in this episode. We talked about sports, movies, tv shows, etc., all from the 90′s. Plus, we had not one, but two DJs, our resident 5-Star DJ Dopestar and special guest Honey B spin 90′s mixes on the show!!! The technics were on fire!!! LOL. What are you waiting for? Click the link below and download this week’s episode and reminisce with us!!
This episode will only be available until Saturday, March 16th at midnight.
We love the 90′s!!! 80′s babies, do we even have to explain why? Lol. Nickelodeon, kool-aid, nintendo, Biggie, Pac and so much more!!! Reminisce with us about the greatest decade in hip-hop TONIGHT on the Hip-Hop Corner… Plus we have special guest DJ Honey B in the hooouuuusse!! Her and our 5-Star DJ Dopestar are BOTH gonna do 90′s mixes TONIGHT on the Hip-Hop Corner!! Tune in tonight from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. Click the link below to tune in LIVE.
Forget the Grammys. If you want to listen to an awards show where hip-hop truly gets represented, look no further!! What are you waiting for? Click the link below!!
This week’s episode will only be available until Saturday, March 9th at midnight.
What’s up Hip-Hop Corner fam? In this week’s recorded episode of the Hip-Hop Corner it was ALL BLACK EVERYTHING as we rapped up Black History Month. DJ Boss Player told his personal Black History about his ancestors in Ghana. B-Man joined us in the studio this week and him and DJ Boss Player discussed their favorite Black History figures. We talked about hip-hop and how it’s changed. And we went in depth into a discussion about Black masculinity in hip-hop and the degradation of women in our music and how we need to make a change plus so much more!!! What are you waiting for? Use the link below to download the podcast!!!
WARNING: This episode of the Hip-Hop Corner will only be available until Saturday, March 2nd at midnight!!!
It’s about to get real on THE HIP-HOP CORNER TONIGHT. Shy Glizzy is coming to WMUC Studios for a LIVE interview TONIGHT. We’ve heard about the 3-way beef between him, Fat Trel and Wale that has now been supposedly squashed. And we’ve heard about the beef between him and Chief Keef that sparked over the summer. Despite all the beef talk, Shy Glizzy has demonstrated the ability to make hot singles and he seems to be on the cusp of blowing up. We’re covering everything TONIGHT and no topic will be off limits, so tune in and enjoy the ride!! There’s only one place to be TONIGHT from 9PM to 12AM and that’s right here on THE HIP-HOP CORNER!!
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As I’m typing this message I’m listening to “Stay” on Nas’ new album “Life Is Good”, thinking about just how wonderful this life is… Last night on the show I, DJ Boss Player, reviewed Nas’ newest work live on the air song-by-song. I had waited all week to listen to the album so that last night on the show would be the first time I heard it. My feedback was honest. And the album is AMAZING. To get my in depth review of the album, just download the show. In addition to reviewing the album, I inserted little anecdotes about my life story and my views of the music industry and of American society, in general. Last night was memorable for me. If you feel so inclined as to check it out, I hope you enjoy this week’s show and give me some feedback. Cheers, let’s toast to the good life… CLICK HERE TO TO DOWNLOAD THIS WEEK’S SHOW (Only Available from 7/23/12 to 7/28/12)
Life is good here at The Hip-Hop Corner. We have established a place of prominence here in the DMV hip-hop community. We have fans around the world. We’ve interviewed major celebrities like Maya Angelou, Bun B and Mac Miller, to name a few. And, we are considered one of the most legendary shows in WMUC history. Those are just a few of our accomplishments. All praise and glory go to God because without him none of this would be possible. In addition to our collective family and friends, thanks goes to YOU for supporting us and tuning in. Really, for just giving a crap, we truly appreciate you. We love to celebrate life here at The Hip-Hop Corner. We are centered around the founding principles of hip-hop, which are peace, love, unity and having fun. What better way to celbrate life than to do a complete and comprehensive LIVE album review of Nas’ album “Life Is Good”, which dropped last Tuesday?! DJ Boss Player has purposely been avoiding listening to “Life Is Good” all week so he could give you spur of the moment and instant feedback to Nas’ album live TONIGHT on The Hip-Hop Corner. TUNE IN TONIGHT @ 9PM and respond to DJ Boss Player’s reactions LIVE during the show. Hit us on Twitter–> @HipHopCorner. Talk to DJ Boss Player on Twitter too–> @DJBossPlayer. CLICK HERE TO TUNE IN LIVE (Sundays 9pm-12am) And, remember, every millisecond we’re alive is a gift and a blessing. Life is good!!!
This Episode Might CHANGE YOUR LIFE. A Hip-Hop Activist Speaks Out on Social Issues… DOWNLOAD NOW 6/25/12
We’re old school here at The Hip-Hop Corner. Our show is centered upon the same principles as the legendary Afrika Bambaataa’s original hip-hop radio program, which are “peace, unity, love and having fun, fun, fun…”. We want to make a difference here at The Hip-Hop Corner and bring some positive energy to this planet. Along those lines, no show we’ve ever done is more important than the episode that is available for download this week. We brought in my professor at the University of Maryland, a renowned hip-hop activist and published author, Solomon Comissiong, to speak out on hip-hop and how it relates to the larger American culture and society. We spoke out on a wide range of issues from corporate manipulation of hip-hop artists to propaganda in the media to institutional racism to the prison industrial complex and more… The conversation got very deep and very controversial. Believe me, the powers that be don’t want these types of conversations on the radio! So, take some time out to be entertained and most importantly informed and DOWNLOAD THIS WEEK’S RECORDED EPISODE by CLICKING HERE. (This week’s episode is only available from 6/25 to to 6/30.)
THE HIP-HOP CORNER IS BACK!!! After a one month hiatus, we came back and this week’s episode was dope!! DJ Boss Player’s childhood friend, b-boy & hip-hop head Ezdean, came through the studio to chop it up!! We covered a WIDE range of topics from DJ Boss Player yachting off the coast of Rio De Janeiro to DJ Boss Player getting on stage with A$AP Rocky to DJ Boss Player being on Mac Miller’s tour bus to politically “controversial” records by Lil’ Wayne and Mos Def to DJ Boss Player taking a class taught by a hip-hop activist to DJ Boss Player, DJ Money and DJ Dopestar’s trip to Atlantic City to see DJ Jazzy Jeff and so much more!!! Plus, we played audio from DJ Boss Player’s interview with Maya Angelou!!! And, 5-Star DJ, DJ Dopestar, killed it on the wheels!!!
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Major DMV movemakers, the Target Squad, will be on The Hip-Hop Corner TONIGHT!!! Tune in as we chop it up about the hip-hop industry, the DMV movement, the business side of the game and so much more! Click here to tune in LIVE! (Sundays 9pm-12am) Squad up!
It’s a Hip-Hop Corner Family Reunion TONIGHT on The Hip-Hop Corner!!! DJ Boss Player, J-Haze, B’Man, Amberly, Joe Money, DJ Dopestar & Sports Vixen Kelz will ALL be in the building!!! All we’re gonna be missing is Dro Victorious, but he will be there in spirit!! Make sure you tune in from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.!!! Click here to tune in LIVE (Sundays 9pm-12am)
This week’s episode of The Hip-Hop Corner was lyrically vicious. Baltimore rapper Swagga Boy Los, who’s on the short list of next-to-blow hip-hop artists, called in and blessed us with a one-of-a-kind interview. One word to describe Los… Bars. And, talented DMV rapper Lyriciss, who lives up to his name, lyrically, graced us with his presence in the studio and spit some dope verses and freestyles live on the air. You can hear all of that and more in this week’s episode at the recorded show link >> Check it out!!!
Fat Trel will be interviewed live in WMUC Studios this Sunday night (10/16/11) at 9 p.m. on The Hip-Hop Corner!!! Immediately following the interview, he will head over to the Alumni Center on the University of Maryland (UMD) campus to perform at their homecoming hip-hop concert, also featuring headliner Dom Kennedy!!! Would you like the opportunity to kick it with us and Fat Trel in WMUC Studios during the interview, then head over to the concert with him and one of your friends??? We would love to set that up for you!!! All you have to do is win the “Fat Trel VIP Show Experience”!!! Follow @DJBossPlayer and the @HipHopCorner on Twitter for your chance to win. We are giving away the 2 passes for the “Fat Trel VIP Show Experience” to one lucky follower on Friday!!! Make sure you follow us to win and tune into WMUC 88.1 FM this Sunday night from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.!!!
Phil Ade and Logic came through The Hip-Hop Corner this week!! There was so much talent in the room that the studio blew up, literally, well, I guess figurately, whatever… The point is it was one of our highest rated shows ever!! The interviews were candid and entertaining (as always) and both artists blessed us with some dope live verses!! Logic especially went ham and Phil agrees!! See why everybody tuned in and listen to this week’s show here.