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A native of Philadelphia with over 20 years experience in terrestrial radio. DJ Bee bringing turntablism and preserving the power of the mixshow! October 10, 2010 I decided to launch my own station t... Read More


 

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New #eargasms With DJ Jaycee Streaming NOW

   

New #eargasms With DJ Jaycee Streaming NOW

He got you!!!!! That Eargasm!


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Cheers To The Weekend! TGIF

   

Cheers To The Weekend! TGIF

We're out in the Fresh West and we're in the mix all weekend long!!!


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Happy G Day Pete Rock! 8a ET Replay Of DJ Bee Best Of Pete Rock #freshstart

Word to the Chocolate Boy Wonder! DJ Machete we see you!!!


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'88 A Dope Year! OTD: N.E. Heartbreak Album Dropped @DJExcel In The Mix NOW

Someone posted this mix as theirs once! That's how dope Excel put this together and went in


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Kane Dropped His Debuts Album 06.28.1988 | They Celebrate Tonight, We Celebrate 8a ET

This goes down tonight in Coney Island! 1st half of #freshstart I'm rockin Kane then Prodigy!!


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Fresh In Peace Prodigy - Tune In NOW For Tribute Mixes Through The AM

Damn a year already! Rest Easy Bandana


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#Juneteenth

   

#Juneteenth

Juneteenth is an annual holiday which occurs on June 19th and is observed in the United States. It is one of the oldest celebrations of the abolition of slavery in the world. While this holiday isn't an official government holiday in any U.S state, it is recognized as a ceremonial observance in roughly half of the U.S states and is observed as a "partial staffing holiday" in Texas - which means that government offices do not close on this day but some employees are allowed to take the day off by using a floating holiday.The history of Juneteenth can be traced all the way back to June 19th of 1865. This is when the Union Army, led by Major General Gordon Granger, arrived in Galveston, Texas with news that the Civil War had ended and that all former slaves were now free. Although President Lincoln had issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, slavery hadn't ended in Texas because there weren't enough Union soldiers in the state to enforce the new order. However, the sound defeat of General Lee in April of that year and the arrival of the Union soldiers under Granger strengthened the forces sufficiently enough to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation.While the original reason for why Texas was over two years behind in freeing slaves is lost to the fog of time. However, there are a few stories that have been passed down through the generations to explain the delay. The first story tells of a messenger who was on his way to Texas to deliver the order of freedom when he was captured and murdered. Another possibility is that the plantations ignored the order so they could maintain their free working force.On June 19th, 1865, Major General Granger read General Order Number 3 to the people of Texas. This order stated: "The people of Texas are informed that in accordance with a Proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them becomes that between employer and free laborer." Reaction to this order by the former slaves was as varied as you could imagine. Some of the slaves stayed on under their former masters in a working capacity, while others left immediately after the order was read. Some of the headed North and others head to other parts of the South looking for family members they may have been separated. As more and more families united, they remembered fondly the day they acquired their freedom and began to celebrate it as Juneteenth. The day gained further prominence during the Civil Rights Movement


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Happy Birthday DJ D-Nice | His Start Of The Summer Mixes @ Noon ET

Happy G Day legend!!


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June 30th @songbyrdDC | MJ's Family Reunion w/ @DJAktive

What an incredible night this will be! We're gonna be so deep in the Jacksons crate


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#FreshStart Morning Show 8a ET w/ DJ Bee #turntabletuesday

Nothing like great classics to start your day!!


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