The Royaltee Radio Show is back again! This week we interview King Louie, a Chicago native who sound is not quite what you’d expect from a “Chicago rapper”. In this interview King Louie introduces himself and shares with us his love of Cali… uh… cannabis culture. Listen to the show here! 1 Click Tuner Links #iTunes,#iPhone,#iPad = http://t.co/AyRzJNbb
“It’s a precious piece of Hip Hop History.” The 12 videos were made between 1992-1999 with Bay Area artists: Dubee aka Sugawolf, Mac Dre, Mac Mall, Ray Luv, Young Lay, & Musical Mastermind Khayree. Want a DVD?You can have one of ours! All you do is comment with your favorite lyric & song from one of the above
This week on Royaltee Radio Kayla & Reina call up Kaz Kyzah of The Team & discuss our vices from the not so bad, to the straight up raunchy. Kaz filled us in on his album “Satellite Sessions” coming soon and concept for upcoming video. The Royaltee Radio Show simulcasts Thursday, Dec. 1st 6p Pacific time on http://royalteeradio.com, http://guceworld.com & http://sactownradio.com Today’s
Royaltee Radio found Freddie Gibbs at Rock The Bells SF ’11. He stopped, in the heat, to catch up on all the moves he’s making. Much love! (video after jump)
After sifting through about 300 emails the nominations for SAC All Stars 2010 have been tabulated! Nominees have until Friday May 21st to accept or decline their nominations. The show will be June 18th! Hosted by Jae Synth Drum roll please……… (in alphabetical order) B-Smoove Bueno C-Plus Chris Legitimate Chuuwee Doey Rock E-Baby Hardline K.
That’s the name of this week’s Royaltee Radio Show which is also the name of Dom Kennedy’s latest project. We will be featuring music from a lot the talent, new and old (but mostly new) coming out of Cali. Thank us later for putting yall up on some new ish. I hope yall are ready
Fashawn: This is hip-hops newest golden child with co-signs from veterans like Talib Kweli. (#BOOM!) He was also featured in XXL as part of the 2010 Freshmen class line-up. His album Boy Meets World was rated by many as a “classic” in Hip Hop DX and DJBooth.net called it a “diamond.” I have to say,
I’m sure I’m not the first, but I would like to counter the argument that hip-hop is dead. People have been mourning hip- hop before Nas declared it in 2006. While I understand people’s grievances of the state of hip-hop, I wish people would stop trying to kill it off and just acknowledge its evolution.
We fux wit ya’ll and LOVE to hear fresh talent from all over! That is why we continue to play submitted music on Royaltee Radio weekly. There are some things a few artist, producers and labels might not understand; WE DO NOT WORK FOR YOU!!! We will not label your music (ex: Track 2-Unknown Artist),
My first time out of California so i was tryin learn all the dances from the East Coast… they said it was called Delaware Diddy Bop!!!