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WIB Rap Radio – OC from NC Interview

Chase March interviews OC from NC in this edition of WIB Rap Radio They talk about his new mixtape Twenty14, available on DatPiff, the confusion people have with his name, O.C. from Detroit, the writing process, female MCs, and the scene in North Carolina. And Chase March spins these tracks . . . Continue Reading


WIB Rap Radio – Skulastic In Her Own Words

This weekend, 94.9 CHRW dedicated 24 hours of radio programming for a special called “All Women’s Voices.” I produced a segment featuring Skulastic. She is a producer and MC from British Columbia. She told her story in her own words and I spun some of her great tunes.. Continue Reading


WIB Rap Radio – The Origin of Gangsta Rap

In this edition of Word is Bond Rap Radio, Chase March explores the origin of Gangsta Rap and looks closely at the following songs . . . Schoolly D – PSK Ice T – 6 In The Morning NWA – F@#k the Police We also look at the importance that Boogie Down Productions had in the [&hellip


WIB Rap Radio – Buggs Tha Rocka Interview

Chase March talks to Buggs Tha Rocka in this in-depth and exclusive interview. They discuss the writing process, mixtapes vs albums, how he got his name, and much, much more. Buggs Tha Rocka will be dropping a free project on December 10th entitiled, “Scattered Thoughts of an American Poet,” So make no mistake, rap is [&hellip


WIB Rap Radio feat. NGA, Hattr, Izzy & Chase

This week on Word is Bond Rap Radio, Izzy from the Midnight Marauders radio program joins me to co-host the show. We welcome Ngajuana and Mad Hattr to discuss the project they just released “Missed the Cut: Volume 1″ and all of the great things they have in the works. It was a lot of fun [&hellip


WIB Rap Radio – My Favourite Ex-Girlfriend

This episode of The Word is Bond Rap Radio is dedicated to my favorite ex-girlfriend. It’s amazing how music can help you get over a break-up. So, if you are going through the same thing I am right now, I hope these tunes can give you some perspective. Continue Reading

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WIB Rap Radio – Mastermind Street Jam (20 Yrs Later)

I used to love taping the Mastermind Street Jam back in the 90’s. It was like getting a free mixtape every week. I would tune in to the now-defunct Energy 108 and record the show. I could then enjoy it for weeks. I still have about 300 of these tapes. Today, I wanted to share [&hellip

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