#Humpday #FreshRadio | Lineup Wednesday October 22, 2014




8a ET | 5a PT: #FreshStart Morning Show LIVE with DJ Bee (Philly/VA/SMC)

10a ET | 7a PT: #LessonsInJazz with Whiz and Moose

lessons in jazzNoon ET | 9a PT: #LegendsAtNoon Legends at Noon-Instagram

1p ET | 10a PT: #FreshRadio Mixtape (Re-Fresh) with DJ Bee (Philly/VA/SMC)

2p ET | 11a PT: #ThePracticeSession with DJ I.N.C.

3p ET | Noon PT: #AphrodisiacSoul with DJ Ruckus

4p ET | 1p PT: #TheWonderYears with DJ Fountz

5p ET | 2p PT: #TheWorldwideShow with DJ Opal

6p ET | 3p PT: #SkratchMakaniks Radio

7p ET | 4p PT: #TheThunderstormMixshow with DJ Thunder (MI)DJ Thunder

8p ET | 7p PT: #DaFreshness with Xcalibur (NY)

9p ET | 6p PT: #5thElement LIVE with DJ Bee (Philly/VA/SMC)

10p ET | 7p PT: #Bangtime with DJ Rick Geez

11p ET | 8p PT: #DevineSoundsDanceParty (House) with DJ Devine (NJ)


#FreshRadio Lineup | Tuesday October 21, 2014



9a ET | 6a PT: #FreshStart Morning Show LIVE with DJ Bee (Philly/VA/SMC)

freshradiosoul10a ET | 7a PT: #DaHouseSpotSessions with Chitronix (Chi/Bahrain)



We’re closer to Friday on Monday in a way…



Enjoy a replay of last Saturday’s #AMRadio and #BehindTheGroove …we planned on running back #FreshFridays but the audio seems to be corrupted! We’ll work on that!

freshradiosoul5p ET | 2p PT: #FreshRadio Mixtape LIVE with DJ Bee (Philly/VA/SMC)

7p ET | 4p PT: Enjoy and Be Educated with DJ Unexpected and Hevehitta (NY)

Continuing with the acclaimed series, “The Beatography of…”, it’s only right we showcase one of the pioneers of hip-hop producing, Marlon Williams, better known as Marley Marl. Starting out as a DJ in Queensbridge Houses in NYC, he later worked with veteran radio personality Mr. Magic (aka Super Rockin’ Mr. Magic) on WHBI, later moving to WBLS on the “Mr. Magic’s Rap Attack” radio show. Friday and Saturday nights became a battle of the airwaves as they and rivals DJ Red Alert & Chuck Chillout on KISS-FM competed to play the hottest records and discover new talent. Marley Marl began his foray into producing for the newly-formed Juice Crew with early contributions to Roxanne Shante, Kool G. Rap and MC Shan in the mid 80’s. In fact, with MC Shan’s infamous record “The Bridge”, it was the 1st time fans heard drums actually chopped from break beats and re-programmed, as opposed to the preferred use of drum machines available at the time. Marley went on to become the in-house producer for Cold Chillin’ Records and moved on to produce for Lords of The Underground and reviving LL Cool J’s career in the early 1990s. Here we present 2 hours of known and rare treats (including some Juice Crew members’s premier singles), in hopes of you the listener becoming aware and appreciative of the genius of Marlon Williams. Enjoy and be educated.


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