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On this humid summer night Mista Montana and Menace do this:

The legendary Pete Rock joins us to discuss his latest release "PeteStrumental's 2" and his sought inspiration in Blaxploitation cinema behind some of its soundscapes, all of which had no origins as songs scheduled for other artists. We also discuss the status of "Soul Survivor 3", his highly anticipated collaborative project with DJ Premier, working with Kendrick Lamar and Canibus, Rapsody, an upcoming Super-heroe based Graphic Novel, recently working with Dr. Dre and more!

Slum Village generals Young RJ and T3 walk us through the creation and concept of their latest studio release "YES!" and compare its energy to that of the classic "Fantastic Volume 2". We discuss bringing back fun to the SV formula, the challenges of remaining true to J Dilla's production with the addition of instrumentation over his cuts, how "Yes" could have been titled "Fantastic Volume 2", their relationship with Elzhi, future projects, a European tour and more.

Skyzoo returns to Conspiracy Worldwide Radio for a candid interview offering a unique insight into the creation behind his stellar release "Music For My Friends" and his upcoming plans as A&R'd by us. We discuss his relationship working among some of "Music For My Friends" featured cast including Jadakiss who he says he spent time with at a studio in Yonkers and newcomer Westside Gunn, his friends and family's influence, DJ Premier, XXL and so much more.

We discuss and explore the creation behind "Weekend At The Cape" and "The Black Lodge" in our latest interview with Apathy as well as his many upcoming releases including; "The Widows Son", his collaborative group project "Perestroika" with OC, which he describes as "Word... Life" meets "Liquid Swords", "Scrimshaw" and album's with Celph Titled and Diabolic ("Sleeper Cell"). We also touch on his recent work on Motive's "DNA", plans of working with Locksmith, Ryu's upcoming album, which he says is largely produced by Divine Styler and more!

MF Grimm and Drasar Monumental join us to discuss the latest volume in their critically acclaimed collaborative "Good Morning Vietnam" trilogy, namely, ""The Phoenix Program" and what the future holds for the hyper detailed visual duo. We also discuss Britcore, Drasar's work as part of the Boxcutter Brother's with Ayatollah, chemistry and listeners taking away jewel's from the conceptual value and edutainment heard on "The Phoenix Programme".

Stig Of The Dump joins us to detail the origins behind his latest ambitious opus "Kubrick" and discusses his transformative evolution as an artist throughout the years. We also address the pressure in which he faced shooting the visuals behind "Kubrick'" his new album's first and self titled video, collaborating with Jehst, "Bom-Da-Dang-Diggy-Iggy", an upcoming side project that he describes as being more reflective of his older self, turning down a Wrigley's advertisement and much more!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace become increasingly suspicious of a porcelain woman standing near their Ribena collection and what happens next is almost too sinister and flagrant to release onto the web. If you have children or animals then it is advised that you do not allow them to hear this specific episode. You have been warned! 

Enjoy our fanning!

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On this humid summer night Mista Montana and Menace do this:

The legendary Pete Rock joins us to discuss his latest release "PeteStrumental's 2" and his sought inspiration in Blaxploitation cinema behind some of its soundscapes, all of which had no origins as songs scheduled for other artists. We also discuss the status of "Soul Survivor 3", his highly anticipated collaborative project with DJ Premier, working with Kendrick Lamar and Canibus, Rapsody, an upcoming Super-heroe based Graphic Novel, recently working with Dr. Dre and more!

Slum Village generals Young RJ and T3 walk us through the creation and concept of their latest studio release "YES!" and compare its energy to that of the classic "Fantastic Volume 2". We discuss bringing back fun to the SV formula, the challenges of remaining true to J Dilla's production with the addition of instrumentation over his cuts, how "Yes" could have been titled "Fantastic Volume 2", their relationship with Elzhi, future projects, a European tour and more.

Skyzoo returns to Conspiracy Worldwide Radio for a candid interview offering a unique insight into the creation behind his stellar release "Music For My Friends" and his upcoming plans as A&R'd by us. We discuss his relationship working among some of "Music For My Friends" featured cast including Jadakiss who he says he spent time with at a studio in Yonkers and newcomer Westside Gunn, his friends and family's influence, DJ Premier, XXL and so much more.

We discuss and explore the creation behind "Weekend At The Cape" and "The Black Lodge" in our latest interview with Apathy as well as his many upcoming releases including; "The Widows Son", his collaborative group project "Perestroika" with OC, which he describes as "Word... Life" meets "Liquid Swords", "Scrimshaw" and album's with Celph Titled and Diabolic ("Sleeper Cell"). We also touch on his recent work on Motive's "DNA", plans of working with Locksmith, Ryu's upcoming album, which he says is largely produced by Divine Styler and more!

MF Grimm and Drasar Monumental join us to discuss the latest volume in their critically acclaimed collaborative "Good Morning Vietnam" trilogy, namely, ""The Phoenix Program" and what the future holds for the hyper detailed visual duo. We also discuss Britcore, Drasar's work as part of the Boxcutter Brother's with Ayatollah, chemistry and listeners taking away jewel's from the conceptual value and edutainment heard on "The Phoenix Programme".

Stig Of The Dump joins us to detail the origins behind his latest ambitious opus "Kubrick" and discusses his transformative evolution as an artist throughout the years. We also address the pressure in which he faced shooting the visuals behind "Kubrick'" his new album's first and self titled video, collaborating with Jehst, "Bom-Da-Dang-Diggy-Iggy", an upcoming side project that he describes as being more reflective of his older self, turning down a Wrigley's advertisement and much more!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace become inreasingly suspicious of a porcelain woman standing near their Ribena collection and what happens next is almost too sinister and flagrant to release onto the web. If you have children or animals then it is advised that you do not allow them to hear this specific episode. You have been warned! 

Enjoy our fanning!

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On this uplifting episode Mista Montana and Menace do this:

Blah Records cult-leader Lee Scott joins us to talk about his Dirty Dike helmed latest release "Butter Fly" and his subconscious Jazz musician like approach with improvisation making it. We also talk Dirty Dike's transition as one of the best producers out now, High Focus Records, Madlib parallels, why it was important to produce a project free of guest features, his goals and hopes of signing Krazy Bone to Blah Records and more!

Roots affiliate STS, aka Sugar Tongue Slim joins us after a photo shoot to discuss his collaborative effort with RJD2, namely 'RJD2 & STS' and always striving to maintain his Black Thought led crew Money Making Jam Boys mentality of being the best when creating. We talk the conception of 'RJD2 & STS' and its origins of once starting as an EP, his DJ's role in its making, working with Black Thought, writing for several notable artists such as Ciara, his plans for the future and more.

Grammy award winning producer, Denaun, or as he's most commonly known Mr. Porter makes his second appearance on Conspiracy Worldwide Radio to discuss his latest EP 'Stuff In My Backpack', his evolution and growth as an artist and forthcoming album '9', which is set to feature Eminem, Jay Electronica and Royce Da 5'9 among others. Captivating and brutally honest we talk to the  D12 member and Eminem's hype man about struggling with demons, working with Dr. Dre for the NWA film soundtrack, touring, Yoda philosophy, online critics and so much more.

Pre-recorded following the public's response to the murder of Freddie Gray,we spoke to Rapper Big Pooh about his latest EP 'Words Paint Pictures' and the correlation between his single 'Stop' and the pain of the unheard in the Baltimore protests. Breaking down several of the EP's tracks, we explore one of this years most important EP's to date and discuss the power behind the projects visuals. We also talk about the prospect of recording a full length project with Apollo Brown, working with Mello Music Group and much more!

We take a trip down memory lane and reflect upon Westside Gunn's humble beginnings and discuss his upcoming plans to close out his stellar 'Hitler Wears Hermes' series in the form of 'Hitler Wears Hermes 3'. We also discuss his plans to release 'Hitler Wears Hermes 2' on vinyl via The Purist's label Daupe, serving time in prison and how it has affected his artistry, co-signs from DJ Premier, Alchemist, Sean Price and J57, working with Vast Aire, his chemistry with Conway, a project with the legendary DJ QBert entitled 'Fly Guy' and so much more.

Enjoy our journey!

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On this uplifting episode Mista Montana and Menace do this:

Blah Records cult-leader Lee Scott joins us to talk about his Dirty Dike helmed latest release "Butter Fly" and his subconscious Jazz musician like approach with improvisation making it. We also talk Dirty Dike's transition as one of the best producers out now, High Focus Records, Madlib parallels, why it was important to produce a project free of guest features, his goals and hopes of signing Krazy Bone to Blah Records and more!

Roots affiliate STS, aka Sugar Tongue Slim joins us after a photo shoot to discuss his collaborative effort with RJD2, namely 'RJD2 & STS' and always striving to maintain his Black Thought led crew Money Making Jam Boys mentality of being the best when creating. We talk the conception of 'RJD2 & STS' and its origins of once starting as an EP, his DJ's role in its making, working with Black Thought, writing for several notable artists such as Ciara, his plans for the future and more.

Grammy award winning producer, Denaun, or as he's most commonly known Mr. Porter makes his second appearance on Conspiracy Worldwide Radio to discuss his latest EP 'Stuff In My Backpack', his evolution and growth as an artist and forthcoming album '9', which is set to feature Eminem, Jay Electronica and Royce Da 5'9 among others. Captivating and brutally honest we talk to the  D12 member and Eminem's hype man about struggling with demons, working with Dr. Dre for the NWA film soundtrack, touring, Yoda philosophy, online critics and so much more.

Pre-recorded following the public's response to the murder of Freddie Gray,we spoke to Rapper Big Pooh about his latest EP 'Words Paint Pictures' and the correlation between his single 'Stop' and the pain of the unheard in the Baltimore protests. Breaking down several of the EP's tracks, we explore one of this years most important EP's to date and discuss the power behind the projects visuals. We also talk about the prospect of recording a full length project with Apollo Brown, working with Mello Music Group and much more!

We take a trip down memory lane and reflect upon Westside Gunn's humble beginnings and discuss his upcoming plans to close out his stellar 'Hitler Wears Hermes' series in the form of 'Hitler Wears Hermes 3'. We also discuss his plans to release 'Hitler Wears Hermes 2' on vinyl via The Purist's label Daupe, serving time in prison and how it has affected his artistry, co-signs from DJ Premier, Alchemist, Sean Price and J57, working with Vast Aire, his chemistry with Conway, a project with the legendary DJ QBert entitled 'Fly Guy' and so much more.

Enjoy our journey!

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On this sunny episode Mista Montana and Menace do this:

We are joined by the legendary B Real to talk about his latest mixtape "The Prescription" and last year's overlooked Serial Killers project as well as the upcoming Cypress Hill album, which he describes its tonality as being dark and psychedelic!  We also speak on several future releases, including a sequel to both last years Serial Killers and Prohibition mixtapes and the online media monster that is BRealTV!

UK's own purveyor of luxurious rap beats, The Purist, joins us for a rare radio appearance to discuss his latest Blaxploitation inspired release "Pyrex Scholar" and his collaborative LP with Sonny Jim. We also talk Your Old Droog's refreshing hand's on approach, his plans of crate digging with Roc-Marciano in L.A., Danny Brown opening up his shows with their track "Jelousy", sampling and more!

Oddisee returns to Conspiracy Worldwide Radio to detail his forthcoming release "The Good Fight", which unlike his releases prior he says was recorded in one place, specifically within the comfort of his own home. We discuss such songs as the album's first single "Counter-Clockwise", "Fight Delays" among others and his mind-set during its creation. We also touch on his journey with Mello Music Group, a project in the works with Plan-B and so much more.

MC, DJ and producer, we talk to the ambidextrous indie legend that is J-Live to celebrate his latest opus "His Own Self" and over 20 years of independence. We speak to the former teacher about his rejuvenated growth as a producer and phase 2 of his artistry and new found ambitions to produce for artists. Detailing the advantages and disadvantages of creating his new LP by his own self we explore its creation and influences respectively plus more. Essential listening.

Malik B and Mr Green are with us via a conferance to speak on their Enemy Soil released project "Unpredictable" and some of their fondest memories creating it. We also speak on their mini Horror-movie "Rips In The Paper", chemistry together in the studio among more!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace take you on a mysterious jouney into the unknown as the spring time vibes cause sunnys to be pulled.

Enjoy our front!

Contact: conspiracyworldwide@gmail.com

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On this sunny episode Mista Montana and Menace do this:

We are joined by the legendary B Real to talk about his latest mixtape "The Prescription" and last year's overlooked Serial Killers project as well as the upcoming Cypress Hill album, which he describes its tonality as being dark and psychedelic!  We also speak on several future releases, including a sequel to both last years Serial Killers and Prohibition mixtapes and the online media monster that is BRealTV!

UK's own purveyor of luxurious rap beats, The Purist, joins us for a rare radio appearance to discuss his latest Blaxploitation inspired release "Pyrex Scholar" and his collaborative LP with Sonny Jim. We also talk Your Old Droog's refreshing hand's on approach, his plans of crate digging with Roc-Marciano in L.A., Danny Brown opening up his shows with their track "Jelousy", sampling and more!

Oddisee returns to Conspiracy Worldwide Radio to detail his forthcoming release "The Good Fight", which unlike his releases prior he says was recorded in one place, specifically within the comfort of his own home. We discuss such songs as the album's first single "Counter-Clockwise", "Fight Delays" among others and his mind-set during its creation. We also touch on his journey with Mello Music Group, a project in the works with Plan-B and so much more.

MC, DJ and producer, we talk to the ambidextrous indie legend that is J-Live to celebrate his latest opus "His Own Self" and over 20 years of independence. We speak to the former teacher about his rejuvenated growth as a producer and phase 2 of his artistry and new found ambitions to produce for artists. Detailing the advantages and disadvantages of creating his new LP by his own self we explore its creation and influences respectively plus more. Essential listening.

Malik B and Mr Green are with us via a conferance to speak on their Enemy Soil released project "Unpredictable" and some of their fondest memories creating it. We also speak on their mini Horror-movie "Rips In The Paper", chemistry together in the studio among more!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace take you on a mysterious jouney into the unknown as the spring time vibes cause sunnys to be pulled.

Enjoy our front!

Contact: conspiracyworldwide@gmail.com

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On this gathering of pioneers Mista Montana and Menace do this:

We talk to the legendary Big Daddy Kane about his influence on the tree of Hip Hop and an upcoming EP with KRS ONE, which when finished will be performed on the road using a 1960s "Artist VS artist" show approach. We also talk "Long Live The Kane", the prospects of following suit of artists recently and shooting music video's for older songs, rejecting the beat for The Notorious BIG's "Warning" because it was too slow,  Prince Paul being the first producer to tell him no, arguing relentlessly with Sauce Money, a collaborative album with Jay Z as proposed by Jaz-O, Busta Rhymes not wanting to do the dragon roar for "Come On Down", having to apologise publicly for a gay slur on "Pimping Ain't Easy", Warner Brothers and censorship and so much more!

We are joined by man of the moment Fashawn to discuss his oft delayed Mass Appeal sophomore release "The Ecology" and an unforgettable record release party that saw Nas making a surprise appearance. We talk the creation of "Something To Believe In", which he reveals that he felt his original verses for were too cliché, "Letter F" being recorded as far back as his last appearance on Conspiracy Worldwide Radio, working with Busta Rhymes, future plans of collaborating with Bishop Nehru, Boldy James and Run The Jewells,  the possibility of a music video for "Something To Believe in" and more!

SLAMJamz latest endorsement Easy Mo Bee joins us for a lengthy interview about his latest chapter "And You Don't Stop" and why Chuck-D felt it necessary to be an instrumental album. We also reflect upon him recording cassette demos with The Genius and ODB of which he says some of the lyrics would later appear on "Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers", working with a young RZA (Prince Rakeem) and GZA (The Genius) for their Tommy Boy projects pre Wu Tang Clan,  being cited by RZA as an an unofficial Wu Tang member, his memories of creating "Ready To Die", being a pioneer of the Bad Boy Records sound, 2Pac, working with Public Enemy for "Muse-Sick N Hour Mess Age", remixing LL Cool J's "Pink Cookies In Plastic Bag Getting Crushed By Buildings" and more!

We shoot the shit with Himanshu Suri, commonly known as Heems (formerly of Das Racist) about his upcoming debut "Eat, Pray, Thug", transitioning from mixtape to album, how there were 2 recorded versions of the album, one record of which recorded in December 2013 and the other more recently featuring no rap appearances. We also discuss being signed to a Heavy Metal label, sampling, an upcoming video with Eric Andre and Hannibal BuressDas Racist, spending time in India, the importance of identity, going back to his humble beginnings and so much more!

Miami pillar DJ EFN joins us to discuss his first original studio album "Another Time" and how it harkens back as an ode to his mix-tape past of combining pioneers, legends, new artists and hometown artists respectively. We explore the making behind many of the albums tracks including "Another Time", "Selfish", "South-West", "Crazy Dope", "Revolutionary Ride Music", "Who's Crazy", "Survival", "When I'm Dead", "Role Model", "Paradise" and "We Earned It". We also talk the DJ Premier laced "Who's Crazy" initially being made for Rick Ross, Skam 2 designing the album's cover, the legacy of Crazy Hood Mixtapes and more!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace unearth more than they bargained for when they investigate the parts that were cut from 50 Shades OF Grey!

Enjoy our treatment!

Contact: conspiracyworldwide@gmail.com

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On this gathering of pioneers Mista Montana and Menace do this:

We talk to the legendary Big Daddy Kane about his influence on the tree of Hip Hop and an upcoming EP with KRS ONE, which when finished will be performed on the road using a 1960s "Artist VS artist" show approach. We also talk "Long Live The Kane", the prospects of following suit of artists recently and shooting music video's for older songs, rejecting the beat for The Notorious BIG's "Warning" because it was too slow,  Prince Paul being the first producer to tell him no, arguing relentlessly with Sauce Money, a collaborative album with Jay Z as proposed by Jaz-O, Busta Rhymes not wanting to do the dragon roar for "Come On Down", having to apologise publicly for a gay slur on "Pimping Ain't Easy", Warner Brothers and censorship and so much more!

We are joined by man of the moment Fashawn to discuss his oft delayed Mass Appeal sophomore release "The Ecology" and an unforgettable record release party that saw Nas making a surprise appearance. We talk the creation of "Something To Believe In", which he reveals that he felt his original verses for were too cliché, "Letter F" being recorded as far back as his last appearance on Conspiracy Worldwide Radio, working with Busta Rhymes, future plans of collaborating with Bishop Nehru, Boldy James and Run The Jewells,  the possibility of a music video for "Something To Believe in" and more!

SLAMJamz latest endorsement Easy Mo Bee joins us for a lengthy interview about his latest chapter "And You Don't Stop" and why Chuck-D felt it necessary to be an instrumental album. We also reflect upon him recording cassette demos with The Genius and ODB of which he says some of the lyrics would later appear on "Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers", working with a young RZA (Prince Rakeem) and GZA (The Genius) for their Tommy Boy projects pre Wu Tang Clan,  being cited by RZA as an an unofficial Wu Tang member, his memories of creating "Ready To Die", being a pioneer of the Bad Boy Records sound, 2Pac, working with Public Enemy for "Muse-Sick N Hour Mess Age", remixing LL Cool J's "Pink Cookies In Plastic Bag Getting Crushed By Buildings" and more!

We shoot the shit with Himanshu Suri, commonly known as Heems (formerly of Das Racist) about his upcoming debut "Eat, Pray, Thug", transitioning from mixtape to album, how there were 2 recorded versions of the album, one record of which recorded in December 2013 and the other more recently featuring no rap appearances. We also discuss being signed to a Heavy Metal label, sampling, an upcoming video with Eric Andre and Hannibal BuressDas Racist, spending time in India, the importance of identity, going back to his humble beginnings and so much more!

Miami pillar DJ EFN joins us to discuss his first original studio album "Another Time" and how it harkens back as an ode to his mix-tape past of combining pioneers, legends, new artists and hometown artists respectively. We explore the making behind many of the albums tracks including "Another Time", "Selfish", "South-West", "Crazy Dope", "Revolutionary Ride Music", "Who's Crazy", "Survival", "When I'm Dead", "Role Model", "Paradise" and "We Earned It". We also talk the DJ Premier laced "Who's Crazy" initially being made for Rick Ross, Skam 2 designing the album's cover, the legacy of Crazy Hood Mixtapes and more!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace unearth more than they bargained for when they investigate the parts that were cut from 50 Shades OF Grey!

Enjoy our treatment!

Contact: conspiracyworldwide@gmail.com

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On this romantic season premiere, the Winchester Brothers of Rap Mista Montana and Menace do this:

Following the release of Eminem's Shady XV's record "Fine Line", Young Zee joins us to explain his response record, namely, "Dear Shady" and discusses 2 upcoming releases, one of which an EP with Tame One titled "Burnoutz", the other an album produced by LeafDog and Illinformed. We also talk his now infamous Instigram video and the power of social media, 50 Cent, ghost-writing for Pras, a brand new Outsidaz album with Eminem's and Dr. Dre's involvement, his protégé Salami and more!

Verb T takes flight and lands on our first show of the year to celebrate The Four Owls reaching number 1 in the iTunes Hip Hop chart and the process of making it. We discuss the album having gone through several changes during metamorphosis, clashing creatively among members, guest spots, DJ Premier and much more!

Necro joins us to discuss and promote his latest release "Sadist Hits", breaking down several classics such as "Beautiful Music For You To Die To", "Creepy Crawl", "Underground" and various other gems. The real nugget however comes in the revelation that he contacted composer of the cult-classic "Blood Sucking Freaks" Michael Lobel and was given the film's reels to sample. We learn of the many songs both by himself and Non Phixion to have sampled these reels - including the B-Side of "I Shot Reagan" ,"This Is Not An Exercice! We also speak on his new single "Smooth Crimy" and next scheduled single "Licking Pus*y", which taken off a forthcoming "Sexorcist" themed project, a collaborations album featuring appearances from Vinnie Paz, Immortal Technique, Madchild, Kool Keith, Chino XL, Sick Jacken, Merkules, the recent Non Phixion reunion and more!

High Focus Records secret weapon Onoe Caponoe takes to Conspiracy Worldwide Radio to talk about his latest release 'Voices From Planet Catelle', working with super producer Chemo, how his music embodies being accepted on its own terms, recording "Got Bitches" and much more!

We are graced by Hip Hop royalty (DJ) Prince Paul's presence for a candid interview and insight into one of the art-form's most beloved and creative. We discuss at length the now finished Superblack album, comprised of he and members, J-Zone and Sacha Jenkins, the maturity of J-Zone in 2015,  trusting his gut and instincts musically, working with De La Soul, The RZA, Big Daddy Kane and Paul Barman! Geek out as the master teases us with stories of records for projects that didn't happen for various reasons with artists such as LL COOL J, Kool G RapRUN DMC, Chino XLMF DOOM and much more!!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace announce their ALL NEW show on Radio Cardiff 'The Rapture' LIVE every Tuesday at 11pm GMT on Radio Cardiff 98.7 FM.

Enjoy our investigation!

Contact: conspiracyworldwide@gmail.com

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On this romantic season premiere, the Winchester Brothers of Rap Mista Montana and Menace do this:

Following the release of Eminem's Shady XV's record "Fine Line", Young Zee joins us to explain his response record, namely, "Dear Shady" and discusses 2 upcoming releases, one of which an EP with Tame One titled "Burnoutz", the other an album produced by LeafDog and Illinformed. We also talk his now infamous Instigram video and the power of social media, 50 Cent, ghost-writing for Pras, a brand new Outsidaz album with Eminem's and Dr. Dre's involvement, his protégé Salami and more!

Verb T takes flight and lands on our first show of the year to celebrate The Four Owls reaching number 1 in the iTunes Hip Hop chart and the process of making it. We discuss the album having gone through several changes during metamorphosis, clashing creatively among members, guest spots, DJ Premier and much more!

Necro joins us to discuss and promote his latest release "Sadist Hits", breaking down several classics such as "Beautiful Music For You To Die To", "Creepy Crawl", "Underground" and various other gems. The real nugget however comes in the revelation that he contacted composer of the cult-classic "Blood Sucking Freaks" Michael Lobel and was given the film's reels to sample. We learn of the many songs both by himself and Non Phixion to have sampled these reels - including the B-Side of "I Shot Reagan" ,"This Is Not An Exercice! We also speak on his new single "Smooth Crimy" and next scheduled single "Licking Pus*y", which taken off a forthcoming "Sexorcist" themed project, a collaborations album featuring appearances from Vinnie Paz, Immortal Technique, Madchild, Kool Keith, Chino XL, Sick Jacken, Merkules, the recent Non Phixion reunion and more!

High Focus Records secret weapon Onoe Caponoe takes to Conspiracy Worldwide Radio to talk about his latest release 'Voices From Planet Catelle', working with super producer Chemo, how his music embodies being accepted on its own terms, recording "Got Bitches" and much more!

We are graced by Hip Hop royalty (DJ) Prince Paul's presence for a candid interview and insight into one of the art-form's most beloved and creative. We discuss at length the now finished Superblack album, comprised of he and members, J-Zone and Sacha Jenkins, the maturity of J-Zone in 2015,  trusting his gut and instincts musically, working with De La Soul, The RZA, Big Daddy Kane and Paul Barman! Geek out as the master teases us with stories of records for projects that didn't happen for various reasons with artists such as LL COOL J, Kool G RapRUN DMC, Chino XLMF DOOM and much more!!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!

Mista Montana and Menace announce their ALL NEW show on Radio Cardiff 'The Rapture' LIVE every Tuesday at 11pm GMT on Radio Cardiff 98.7 FM.

Enjoy our investigation!

Contact: conspiracyworldwide@gmail.com

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