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JUGGERNAUT RADIO - THE AGENT 85 SHOW
March 20, 2013 11:13 PM PDT
Agent 85 has been in the Hip Hop industry for over 20 years. Whether its art, promotion, music or radio, he has positioned himself to be one of the brightest spots in the critical juncture of Hip Hop. How so? By creating, chronicling and chronicling true Hip Hop music and art to the worldwide audience. This show serves as a testimony of sorts to show the dedication Agent 85 has to preserving the culture. Listen in as he takes you on a journey through multi eras and styles of Hip Hop. Artists both world renowned and underground all make appearances like Black Rob, Little Brother, Jonnie Akrabat, Jadakiss, Beanie Sigel, Agent 85 (of course) and Damione Glass!
DOWNLOAD/LISTEN/NJOY!JUGGERNAUT RADIO - 2012 "RAP-UP" SHOW
January 25, 2013 12:40 AM PST2012 came and went! Much like the Mayan prophesied end of days for Planet Earth. So here we are in 2013! What changes did we see in Hip Hop? Not many. But amidst the continuing mediocrity of music and madness that presently permeates the airwaves, I was able to put together a noteworthy playlist of Hip Hop crossing all genres and types. Artists like Big Boi, Sean Price, Lupe Fiasco, E40 and Too $hort all came with their best efforts to pen 2012 as not being a total loss to what makes Hip Hop still one of the most musically creative art forms that influence society today. So... as I always say.... DOWNLOAD/LISTEN/REFLECT ...and of course, let Skillz once again wrap up the year for us. JUGGERNAUT RADIO - THE HIP HOP ANTHOLOGY: PT XI - THE 2000s
November 01, 2012 03:02 PM PDT
When the year 2000 came around, Hip Hop took a long look at itself and found things had indeed changed. Those artists that came out in the 80s and early 90s were soon looked upon as the OGs and the music started to draw more attention to itself instead of the issues that was prevalent on the minds of the majority. Anthems abound. Art imitated life even more. And the art itself would start to meander into "shallow" waters (read: watered down hip hop). Fortunately, there were still artists that blazed the charts with great integrity like Dead Prez, Ghostface Killah, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien and Reflection Eternal (Talib and HiTek). And you'll find it all here.
September 01, 2012 10:25 PM PDTThis show took months to put together, but it was well worth the time put into it. Juggernaut Radio brought together some of the best artists in the industry that grace the microphone. Family and affiliates of the label, this show showcases the latest, hottest, dopest selections from artists like RAS CEYLON, MONEY B, ELS, RUCK COLE, OSCYI, MS. BE, AGENT 85, DR. B, SINSITA Z, DWYZE, MARKIS SOSA with special blended beats lifted straight off the Drums & Ammo II release compiled by The SWTBRDS Collective: DJ AMMBUSH, 6FINGERS, AL JIEH AND R.E.L. Top it off with a special Donna Summer saluted joint produced by Juggernaut's own GEE-O SUPREME and you've got a beautiful 1 hour of entertainment that all Hip Hop fans can enjoy! DOWNLOAD/LISTEN/NJOY! JUGGERNAUT RADIO - SUMMER SMASH 2012
August 03, 2012 02:31 PM PDT
In Hip Hop, its considered tradition to look to the summer and anticipate some of the hottest, dopest Hip Hop that will be played throughout the season and well into the rest of the year. Juggernaut Radio celebrates the tradition by bringing to our core audience the newest, freshest, craziest, "hypenest" music that's burnin' up the airwaves right now! Even new joints from yet to be released LPs get spun on this one. New music from Kendrick Lamar, Beanie Sigel and State Property, Nas, Suga Free, Masta Ace and a whoooole lot more!
JUGGERNAUT RADIO - THE HIP HOP ANTHOLOGY: PT VIII - THE LATE 90s
July 22, 2012 04:25 PM PDT
As Hip Hop rapidly approached Y2K, artists dug deep in the late 90s to produce some of the most creative and innovative music the decade would produce. Many artists like Nas, Ice Cube and Dr. Dre that were introduced in the beginning part of the decade would hit full stride, while the culture was introduced to new sounds and new styles by new artists like Mos Def, DMX, and Big Punisher. This show will help you remember the independent movement spurred on by Rawkus Records, as well as the introduction of one of Hip Hop's most controversial and perennial artists to ever grace music... a Detroit rapper named Eminem. This is Part VIII of the continuing chronicle of Juggernaut Radio's Hip Hop Anthology, the Late 90s.
JUGGERNAUT RADIO - THE HIP HOP ANTHOLOGY: PT VII - MID to LATE 90s
May 24, 2012 12:17 PM PDT
Do you remember? 1995-1997 was pivotal for Hip Hop. We lost 3 of the biggest artists of that era and the art of Hip Hop finally caught up to real life situations. No longer were artists just beefing on wax, but the squabble crossed over into the plane of reality. For the first time, the community felt the threat and the danger of Hip Hop through media, moguls and the masses. Though we lost artists Eazy E in 1995, 2Pac in 1996 and The Notorious B.I.G. in 1997, the music still lived on and a lot of great music was born from this time period. Juggernaut Radio is proud to share Hip Hop from both coasts including Naughty By Nature, Above The Law, Lord Finesse, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Ras Kass and a special tribute all the way from Ericson Music out of Sweden. RIP to the big 3.
JUGGERNAUT RADIO - 420
April 27, 2012 08:19 AM PDT
Juggernaut Radio presents Hip Hop's favorite past time. Most people look at this date (April 20th) and this time (4:20pm)as the time to either raise the political awareness of the benefits of the legalization of cannabis or the celebration of the intake of the plant for recreational purposes. What Juggernaut Radio decided to do on this day though was to look back and share with our fans the Hip Hop that was inspired by this particular day (or time...or code), by some of their favorite artists over the years. It wasn't hard to pull up "cannabis classics" by the likes of Method Man & Redman, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Mic Geronimo, Ice Cube and more...
So kick back, relax, do what U do because Juggernaut Radio is ready to take you on an excursion you may never want to return from.
JUGGERNAUT RADIO - THE HIP HOP ANTHOLOGY: PT VI - THE EARLY - MID 90s
April 12, 2012 06:05 PM PDT
Hip Hop continues its meteoric rise in popularity amongst the vast genres of music. Independent music labels operating within the majors was critical in distributing Hip Hop all over the planet. We witness the rise of empires and clicks like Bad Boy, Death Row, Wu Tang, Dungeon Family and more. Amidst all of the Hip Hop moguls power moves, great classics were still releasing in various forms and Hip Hop was more creative than ever. In this part of our series, we take you back to the early to mid nineties with music by Redman, Notorious BIG, Kool G Rap, Dr Dre & Snoop Doggy Dogg, The BUMs and a whole lot more. Journey with us yet once more into the annals of Hip Hop history. Hosted by Agent 85
JUGGERNAUT RADIO - MARCH MADNESS 2012
March 30, 2012 10:12 AM PDT
Its every sports fan favorite dance of the spring season. MARCH MADNESS. In the NCAA, this means 64 of the best teams in college basketball get together to compete for the championship crown. In Hip Hop, this means the prequel to a hot summer of some of the best Hip Hop on deck to be released. Juggernaut Radio presents March Madness. Join Agent 85 as he plays back some of the hottest Hip Hop to be released since the inception of the year 2012. Old favorites return as well as some competitive upstarts battle it out for the attention of the worldwide Hip Hop fan. Who will take it all? Brand new music from Nappy Roots, Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch, Planet Asia, Moka Only, Nas, Slaughtahouse and a whole lot more. Make your predictions, turn up the radio AND...
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