Two weeks ago (the same weekend I did the carcrash stuff with E-Zone on Blazin’) I did the same thing the day before on WVFS, only with more of a variety of tracks as opposed to the West Coast Blazin’ set.
While DJ Acrojam, Isreal and E&J absconding to Miami to take in the ‘Rock The Bells’ concert it was left to Jay-C and myself to hold down The Underground Railroad in Tallahassee (with help from Stone, Kam and Jeff).
Two DJs (fully Seratoed-up), two spoken word performers, and EIGHTEEN emcees spread across two production rooms, broadcasted live to Tallahassee (and the world) for 3 crazy hours on Saturday night, marking the beginning of a memorable Memorial Day weekend. (Pics to follow, once the email flood starts…)
Now that we’ve got the cheesy post title out of the way, lets talk brass tacks…
Last night I spun live on Florida State University’s radio station, WVFS 89.7FM. The invitation came to me from one Amond Jackson, newly-installed host of the station’s Saturday evening Hiphop show, Underground Railroad, and if the temptation to spin classic 80’s and 90’s Hiphop for a minute wasn’t enough, the fact that later in the show I’d be rocking the tables for some of Tally’s hottest underground emcees made the decision a no-brainer.