• Mr. Black’s Artist of the week

    by  • August 26, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Donte was excited and humbled with a huge cheese smile at KUBE 93 studios on Sunday Night Sound Sessions with DJ Hyphen and Jonathan “J.” Moore. “Going behind Spac3Man I had to do something,” Donte said to J when asked about wildy hopping from the stage to the bar in a recent performance. Stealin’...

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    Choke Slam

    by  • August 26, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Oh rappers, you never fell to disappoint, in a time when your community needs you the most, you get caught up in allegations of choking your girl.

    Check out Mr. Budden’s statements on all the recent allegations below!

    Fresh Juice #218 – R.I.P. Mike Brown

    by  • August 23, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Fresh Juice 2014

    This week’s episode was dedicated in memorial of Mike Brown, who was shot and killed by a cop while unarmed a couple weeks ago in Ferguson, Missouri and in support of our country’s ongoing protests for equality. A lot of music was released by musicians this past week inspired by these events and Horizon and...

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    Daily Rotation Adds on 8/22/14

    by  • August 23, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Jeezy Holy Ghost

    Daily Rotation Adds on 8/22/14 Jeezy’s seasoned career produces another banger in “Holy Ghost” which will be on his album Seen it All: The Autobiography on September 2nd. We added “A Place With No Name” by the late Michael Jackson as well. Enjoy records daily now from Jennifer Hudson, B.o.B, Ugly Heroes, Rittz, and more. To...

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    All Access NW: Ceas-A-Mill

    by  • August 22, 2014 • 0 Comments

    We’re getting closer to that time again, episode four of All Access NW!

    This time, Wapato Legends: Ceas-A-Mill Records sits down with Light Productions and we learn more about the men behind the music!

    Special Appearances by: Bow Wow, Studio Leak, Young Chokie and M-Status, Coaster, and more!



    What You Talkin’ ’bout?

    by  • August 22, 2014 • 0 Comments


    If you talkin’ ’bout some beats? He kills it, tune into Juice Radio’s own, Q-Dot and his new video, Funeral Procession.

    There’s a few things in this world that I have a weakness for, women with green eyes, hip-hop built on lyricism, and hip-hop videos with a dope story.

    While this doesn’t have any women with green eyes it does have some dope lyricism and swag. Check it out and give us your feedback!

    Hood Cries

    by  • August 22, 2014 • 0 Comments

    img_4677-editThis joint goes hard. Check it out and leave us some feedback.

    Note from Bizzle:

    WHAT I BELIEVE ABOUT #FERGUSON…….I believe it’s a set up. I believe the event and everything about it was real. But, the rate at which we are being shown racial injustice on our news feeds (from news channels we don’t even have in our areas) has increased over the last few months. It started soon after it was discovered that Facebook had been running an experiment to see if they could pretty much control our emotions by what they showed us on our news feeds. BUT police brutality is not something new. It’s just that it’s been shown more often lately, not to shed light, but cause division. But the divide does not come because of the actual brutality, but because the responses to the injustice are different. Many of you look at this ONE CASE & say “you don’t have the full story”. But this isn’t about one case. This is about John Crawford the week before that….and Eric Garner the week before that, etc. A lot of us have experienced it in our lives and seen it done to our families. And people are tired of having their REALITY brushed off as merely a figment of their imagination. And me, being someone who has dropped COUNTLESS “Hood Discipline” songs directed toward the black community (Chiraq, Unjust Scales, Gotta Seek Change, Think 4 A Minute, etc.); I’ve seen the way blacks & whites both respond to it in agreement. No debates or arguments. It causes no “division”. No one says “you don’t know their whole story of their poverty and affliction”. We all realize that though it’s not the WHOLE black community, we all know people who it applies to, so no one defends. BUT anytime I have EVER posted on racially sensitive topics, then “division” happens. Hearts are exposed, as I am “unfollowed”, my ability to see clearly is questioned, and my motives all of a sudden are questioned by people who have up until this point believed me to be all about truth & justice. I see some of the most insensitive responses as I’m sure you all have. I see the tendency to defend & deflect while showing no compassion whatsoever. And THAT’S where division happens, as my request that people would simply “mourn with those who mourn” FIRST, is rejected. But today I will release a record that speaks up for those who’s cries have been ignored. It will be UNJUST SCALES PT. 2, and we will see how those who cheered on PT. 1 react when the target changes. Let’s see if you are able to say “I know It doesn’t apply to all white people, but I do know people who it applies to”. Because in order to keep telling me “We are one in CHRIST”, your response shouldn’t change every time the race in question does. I’m prepared to lose fans & whatever else may come. But until these conversations can be had among those who are commanded to love, then what’s “ignored and swept under the rug” for one group will remain a “burden & reality” in the lives of the other. If the world can do it, we as believers should be able to. #GOM4EVER

    Right There

    by  • August 22, 2014 • 0 Comments

    jasmine-v-thats-meJasmine V ft. Kendrick on the song, That’s Me Right There from Interscope Records.

    This is one of those sleeper club hits that you should be hearing on the radio but probably aren’t… check it out and tell me what you think.