Episode 202 sees J-Luv and Starr Saxxxon have a unique conversation, as this is the first MMR conversation with an artist that is currently incarcerated.
Lil Man opens up about his impending life sentence, the respect he continues to receive from the Bay Area Hip Hop community and what he has given up in the name of the Code of the Streets.
Southwest Hip Hop stand up! Runlike stops by to talk with with J about transitioning from being part of a group to being a solo artist and then a solo artist that is part of a Hip Hop Collective. The Arizona lyricist talks about why he chooses to create projects in the one emcee/one producer construct and shares what he has learned from his peers.
Check out songs from Brotha Lynch Hung, Evidence, Murs, Runlike, Yelawolf, Tristate and more.
Show Notes: It’s a gotdamn emergency in these NFL streets as the Free Agency Frenzy and Trade Season reached a fever pitch as OBJ got dealt to the Browns, and our Special Gmen/Boxing correspondent Kevin Robinson (Kevin Hates Hip-Hop Podcast // @kevinhateshiphop) joins us to go IN on his squad’s crazy ass decision making, their next moves, and a possible move to his hometown Raiders for next season! Then, the boys discuss the Spence-Garcia PPV fight, the deep Welterweight & Middleweight divisions, and how new streaming platforms are breaking down barriers that would normally prevent big fights from happening. Finally, the Bizzle Man and Blue take a shot in the dark and make their patented uninformed 2019 NCAA March Madness Picks! Intro Music: “Portrait in the Moonlight” by HaHa Charade @haha_charade // hahacharade.com
On this episode of the Review, the Savage Duo get you caught up on all the signings, trades, and smoke and mirrors in these NFL streets as the new league year approaches and teams start to make moves before the draft, including AB to the Raiders, where Le’Veon Bell and Nick Foles will go, and what moves make sense for the Birdgang (AZ Cardinals). Then, they finish up by presenting the Player’s Bill of Rights (for all professional sports) that lays down the new rules for Contracts, Ownership, Social Activism, Player Mobility, and the Sticky Icky! Leave us a message on the new Savage Hotline! 818.850.2804
Episode 201 of the Microphone Masters Radio Show with J-Luv and Starr Saxxxon sees the dynamic duo bring you a packed episode starting with special guest Ms. Toi.
You are most likely familiar with her from the infectious Ice Cube classic, You Can Do It and her scene stealing verse with Militia on the Burn (remix). She is still dropping heat both on the mic and making moves behind the scenes. She talks with J about her new music, maintaining focus and perseverance.
DubCNN regular and G-Funk pioneer Kokane returns to Microphone Masters to talk about two upcoming projects, Finger Roll and Like Daddy, Like Daughter, a collaborative project with his daughter Aanisah. The G-Funk king shares his thoughts on sticking to his sound, staying in the studio, investing in projects and more.
J asks Saxxx for his thoughts on the De La Soul versus Tommy Boy debate and his response is classic Starr Saxxxon. Laugh along as the fellas discuss LeBron, his show The Shop, Antonio Brown and Anthony Davis.
Check out songs from Ms. Toi, West Haven Blast, Kokane, Kurupt, Masta Ace, Short Khop, Janelle Monae, Fashawn, Tash, Evidence and more. This week’s soundbed provided by PhDBeats (@phdbeats).
For Episode 200 the fellas are joined by a veteran emcee, N.O.K. for this week’s show. The Arizona by way of the East Coast wordsmith is no stranger to wrecking mics, crafting quality albums and providing great visuals as well. He talks about his time in the game, losing and regaining the love for the grind, expanding into writing and directing videos and short films and more.