Spice-1, Kokane, Young Bleed, C-Bo, JT Money & Gangsta Pat Reminisce on Hip-Hop (Audio)

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From the South and the West, the ’90s and 2000s delivered some excellent artists who thrived without relying on the support of mainstream radio or video. These artists, who may have had hits, cultivated loyal audiences and made albums for their core.

Prezident Bejda, a longtime Murder Dog magazine contributor, is a conduit to these artists. From his Rap-A-Lot Records roundtable, to his jaw-dropping interview with N.W.A.’s DJ Yella, Prez has a knack for covering the sorts of subjects that were overlooked by media then, and especially so today. On a seeming whim, the Murder Master Music Show combined former Jive Records gold-selling Oakland, California star Spice-1, Above The Law affiliate/Ruthless Records artist Kokane, No Limit’s Baton Rogue breakthrough Young Bleed, Sacramento mainstay C-Bo, Poison Clan’s JT Money, and Gangsta Pat. In a unique approach, these artists talk together about the culture, the music, and the good ol’ days—as well as their affinity for each other.

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You won’t get stuff like this anywhere else, and if you’ve been curious what “The Black Bossilini,” “Mr. Kane,” or “The Bald Headed Nut” are up, this is an intimate gateway.

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