Representing The Hip Hop Culture
By Odeisel (co-host of Ill Side Radio)
The Planet, along with Chicago’s own Square-One of B-Side Radio, have joined forces to bring you the week in review in Hip-Hop and current events, along with the occasional special guest and some music to keep you moving through your day.
In this week’s episode, we take a look at some of the worst movies ever released by rappers including the State Property series and the hood classic I’m Bout It. We broach DJ Premier’s recent revelation that Jay-Z asked him to be sole producer of the Black Album. How would that have turned out? We can only imagine.
Speaking of the Jiggaman, he just released his book Decoded and is making his rounds on the interview circuit. The Grammy Awards announced their 2010 nominees with some mysterious omissions in the Hip-Hop categories.
Redman and T.I. drop disappointing albums while Michael Jackson delivers the first one of “new” material after his demise. John Lennon ‘s legacy is discussed as we commemorate the 30th anniversary of his assassination in New York. We also talk about his influence on Hip-Hop. We also take a look at Pimp C on the anniversary of his passing and his UGK
We close the show out with the sports round up and a look at Planet Ill’s Top 50 Songs of 2010, a few songs of which are featured on the show. 1-10 http://wp.me/pCDnm-4cK 11-30 http://wp.me/pCDnm-4df 31-50 http://ht.ly/3nMD0