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Publish-date-icon April 20, 2013
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On this nail-biting live episode Mista Montana and Menace take to the streets to do this:

Harry Fraud and Eddie-B took it to the Beavis and Butt-head of Hip-Hop Radio, Mista Montana and Menace to detail the making of their new FreEP (free EP), 'Horse Power' and much more. The result made for one of the shows most entertaining interviews to date and featured a VERY special guest appearance from none other than Riff Raff AKA Jodie Highroller. The two child-hood friends and long-time collaborators operated and ran their answers off an energy that can only be comparable to horse power in a fast-paced and genuinely fun interview! We talk making 'Horse Power' and the concept behind its cover art and songs such as 'Dope Spoons' and 'Michael Landan', their upcoming Man Bites Dog release 'Paper, Piff & Polo', the almighty and ever rising brand that is Surf School, production and loops, Action Bronson's future projects, the always entertaining Riff Raff's upcoming project, rumours of Harry Fraud working with UK boy band One Direction and Country Singer Taylor Swift and so much more!! Do you know what beloved classic 90's gangsta film Harry got the sample for Action Bronson's 'Bird On A Wire From'? Answers to Harry Fraud and Eddie B on Twitter with the hash tag #ConspiracyWorldwideRadio - Enjoy!

Fresh off a flight, cultural icon Chuck Inglish joins us from his hotel to discuss the status of The Cool Kids and the stylistic difference's that he and Sir Michael Rocks reflect in each other's music today, as well as his forthcoming project 'Convertibles', which he reveals will boast features from TDE's Ab-Soul, Mac Miller, BJ The Chicago Kid and more! Among these topics we also talk; a recently formed crew with The Alchemist called The Thunderstorm, which he explains was inspired by a major L.A. street art exhibition, upcoming work with super producer Harry Fraud, Three Loco (Riff Raff, Dirt Nasty and Andy Milonakis), a placement on the ever-eccentric artist that is Riff-Raff's upcoming project, his ambitions to score music for films in the future, unreleased material with Kid Cudi, fighting with his cousin Boldy James, mushrooms having a role as part of his creative process and much more!

Former pitbull in a skirt Eve unlocks her lips to discuss a gang of topics and promote her new album 'Liplock', her first album in over 10 years. We talk the politics that held her back from the consistency in which she was known for, the making of 'Lip-Lock' and some of its featured artists (Snoop Lion and Missy Elliot) and producers that mainly consist of "new names" in order to "give them a shot and chance". We also talk about her experience now living in the UK and how that experience has translated on 'Lip-Lock' versus projects prior with her residing in the states, her oft-overlooked work within charity and the new wave of female rappers that exist since her entry into the industry in 1998. Welcome back Eve.

2013 - a year in what many are already marking as the year of the dog, we discuss and take an insiders look into the rising powerhouse that everybody is talking about: Man Bites Dog Records! CEO Ryan Lynch and recently turned Vice president Roc-Marciano pass through to discuss this as well as Roc's upcoming project 'Marci Beacoup'. What ensues is a feature length discussion digging deep into the success of Man Bites Dog Records rise and current strategy for industry dominance. Both Ryan and Roc touch on an array of issues such as the modern A&R, what makes a solid demo in 2013, their means of seeking talent, disbelief from previous distributors earlier in MBD operation, industry respect and so much more! In addition; we talk Roc's highly anticipated Man Bites Dog debut release 'Marci Beacoup', a project which Roc promises will feature drums and appearances from Action Bronson, Freeway, Guilty Simpson, KA, Knowledge The Pirate and more! The biggest revelation however? His HEAVY INTEREST in pursuing a future reggae project! Man Bites Dog Records is here for the long run. Support this rising label!

Live from the scene of the Boston bombings investigation, Slaine joins us on this show to discuss the impact of the tragic events from this week and mentions his general disbelief in the answers that the Government is providing. We then talk about his new album “The Boston Project”, reflecting upon his pride at bringing together 30 narrators from the Boston area for such a celebration of lyrical talent. Comparing this album to Dr Dre’s The Chronic, Slaine discusses the constant battle he fights to separate his artistic lifestyle from the true George Carol himself. Citing Ben Affleck, Ill Bill, La Coka Nostra and DJ Lethal as some of the key mentors in his life, Slaine takes time to inform us of his upcoming movie role where he will be playing the killer. Always as real as it gets.    

Right now - capturing the sun in the UK just might be IMPOSSIBLE. However giving light to one of the best releases of 2013 is not! Long time collaborators Blockhead & Illogic recently released their first project together, namely, 'Capture The Sun' on Man Bites Dog Records, and what better way to celebrate its release and unmatched chemistry than to talk to them about it on our show?! Between touching on the projects title 'Capture The Sun' and its concept, we explore the albums creation in its maximum capacity before touching on the future, which will see Blockhead dropping full-length projects with Billy Woods, Open-Mike Eagle and Mark Spec, as well as an instrumental project that he reveals he will be starting as early as Summer. Don't let 'Capture The Sun' pass you by. Light up your life by supporting one of 2013's FINEST projects.

High spirits! High Water!! HIGH FOCUS!!! Veteran Mr. Len makes his debut appearance on The Friday Night Live Show and leaves with a mark to remember: A CLASSIC interview in its purest definition. Promoting his latest release, 'Marvels of Yestertomorrow', the former member of Company Flow serves an insight into its creation unlike many artists of his generation - let alone this generation are able to offer. We discuss its creation , including its concept and songs such as 'Automated Love', the affects of commercial radio, changes in new technology, his appreciation for calculated sarcasm, Company Flow and the possibility of a reunion and some pretty incredible insight into what happened with the legendary Rawkus Records! A must hear interview.


Mista Montana and Menace discuss a massive week of world news including eel-insertions, Thatcher death, Boston bombings and much more in an epic 7 hour live broadcast!

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