In this episode of The Remix, we continued where we left off last week with another great DJ on the show. DJ Jaycee joined us after his Live From The Planet Neptune party. DJ Yogi also put down a nice set as always!
Senor Kaos stopped by during his Birthday Celebration to talk about Movers And Pacers. Check out the Instagram video below.
Brittany opened up on the air about dating a married man in her past and she talked about her upcoming article on Patti Knows called D.I.M.E.S. Big Dee talked about his trip to Vegas.
Lastly, the entire crew prepared for Stevie Wonder to hit the A on Saturday. Gerald got some great video from the Song of The Keys of Life concert and the entire crew hit the after party with DJ Spinna at SoundTable.
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Nas - No Idea's Original Outkast - Gasoline Dreams Pharaohe Monch - D.R.E.A.M. (feat. Talib Kweli) Jay Rock - Parental Advisory Salva - Moves 2 Make Black Sheep - The Choice Is Yours (DJ Scene Four Color Zack Remix) Black Sheep - The Choice Is Yours (Revisited Mix) Wu-Tang - Our Dreams feat. Alicia Keys (Ant Acid Mix) Redman - Lookin Fly Bilal - Too High Stevie Wonder - Too High The Roots ft. Elvis Costello - Walk Us UPTOWN Big Boi - C.P.U. Kyle Rapps - Architecture (feat. Murs) Eminem - Love Game (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Common - Out On Bond (feat. Vince Staples) Jay Rock ft The Game - Follow Me Home Dam Funk ft. Snoopzilla - Faden Away DJ QUIK - Luv of My Life Introducing Gift Reynolds DJ Quik - Tonite Snoop Dogg - Tha Shiznit Salva - Motivated (feat Problem) Common Feat Nas - Ghetto Dreams Statik Selektah - For The City ft. M.O.P. & Jadakiss Slum Village - Get Dis Money Gang Starr - Just to Get A Rep KRS-One - Hip Hop vs Rap Spinbad Remix GHOSTFACE KILLAH - IRON MAIDEN The Beatnuts - Off the Books Eric B. & Rakim - I Ain't No Joke Jay Rock - All My Life Talib Kweli - Broken Glass RJD2 - Bus Stop Bitties A Tribe Called Quest feat. Leaders Of The New School - Scenario RMX
This week pop rap superstar and Decatur's own B.o.B is on the cover of Creative Loafing. Yeah, I wrote the story.
I've been following B.o.B's career damn near since the day it started. When I was an editor at Ozone Magazine (what's up Julia) I wrote his first story, ever. We did the interview while he was in New York, in a car, on his way to the Atlantic Records office to sign his recording contract back in 2006 (what's up TJ).
Since then it's been an up and down (mostly up) ride for B.o.B. Granted it took four years for him to release his debut album and he's gone on to achieve international success since then, but it always kind of felt like people didn't know him or anything about him. People just knew him as the guy who sings "that song" and usually people wouldn't realize that until B.o.B introduced himself to them directly. I wouldn't go as far to say that he was a faceless superstar like say, FloRida. But he is definitely in the same lane as another Atlanta star who gets money but not always props: Ludacris.
Outside of Outkast, Luda is probably the most successful rap artist to ever come from Atlanta. Hell, beyond that, Luda is probably the most successful Southern Hip Hop artist ever. But, outside of his (millions of) fans, it's rare that his name pops up in anyone's "Top 5" in the media or on the block.
The same can be said for B.o.B, as I noted in the story, since he came out, it's hard to find any rappers in Atlanta that have done better than him commercially or tour wise. He's never really seemed to get his props. One part could be because people aren't able to label him easily. One part could be because he's kind of introverted and doesn't talk himself up much.
I wanted to use this story to not only introduce readers to the person behind those hit songs, but to also show that dude has been doing his thing for a while now and deserves to be recognized a little more than he has. Especially at home.
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The Shriner's Temple 400 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, Ga 30308 HAPPENING TODAY 1-5P The Ponce de Leon Beer Festival will be bringing out all local breweries to focus on a variety of styles. We are looking at this festival to be focused on the beer lover and brewer. This festival came about to help the Shriner's raise money for the Children's Hospital but overall it was brought about by a few people who really love beer and enjoy the idea of focusing on beer styles. Because of the festival being located inside the beautiful Yaarab Temple located on Ponce de Leon Avenue, we decided to move forward with what was at our door step...Ponce de Leon. He was looking for the Fountain of Youth and this was a perfect way of approaching breweries. We wanted to focus on style and overall...styles are constantly changing. To stay in a youthful mindset breweries always come up with fresh ideas. We wanted to deliver this "youth" to the public. After approaching the breweries with the concept we were happy to see that they were on board and ready to engage in this idea.
With this festival we look to accomplish bringing out these new styles to the public and enlighten people on styles of beer. We would also like to surprise the beer lovers out there with new brews that they have not experienced. For example, many breweries are making a one off beer not available to the public yet. We are trying to keep it in a more intimate feeling with only allowing 1500 people in at the door. We feel this will be able to give the attendees more room to move around and try each beer selection.
Come out and watch the Falcons and hang with some Stars as I host the Grand Opening of the newest location of the Tavern restaurant!
Me and my whole staff from "The Doug Stewart Show" will be out and in effect for the Atlanta Falcons big matchup against the Carolina Panthers! At a location not to far from where the Panthers QB Cam Newton grew up!
Also, former Atlanta Falcons Pro Bowler Alge Crumpler will be in the building hanging with the Falcon faithful!
The Tavern's menu is off the chain from the best wings in town to their delicious Catfish strips! The coldest Beer and the tightest Cocktails!
So pass the word and come through and support the Dirty Birds, this new location and have a Ball all at the same time! Gonna be Bananas so get there early! See you Sunday!
Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 1:00 pm
The Tavern at Campbellton Rd 5819 Campbellton Rd SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30331