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The Tallest Mexican is at it again! This time he's on the streets getting the scoop on people's reaction to Nicki Minaj's Anaconda video. He got a lot of "wow's" and even left someone speechless. Find out what the people had to say below:
Ebro introduces SocaNomics to the people. Selina Watkins comes to talk about a new movement, which can be compared to Zumba, but not really. SocaNomics has a more English Caribbean feel. Selina touches on the differences between Reggae and Soca and how she is trying to put Soca...
Louisiana rapper, Kevin Gates stops in to chat it up with Cipha Sounds. Gates, who signed to Atlantic Records last year, gives the people a brief synopsis of his start. He talks about society being "unintentionally stereotypical" towards him based on his physical appearances. As...
Capone and Noreaga stop in to Ebro In The Morning. They touch on their growth as artists from then to now. They speak on being scared of NWA, because who wasn't?! The beef between hoods in Queens and helping younger artists get into the game. Catch the interview below:
Raury, Atlanta singer/songwriter stops in to talk to Miss Info. Raury recently signed to Columbia Records, just released a mixtape "Indigo Child". Check out more about his mixtape and Raury below:
Pavlina Osta stops into to chat with Ebro In the Morning. If you don't know who she is, Osta is a teen celebrity journalist, who started when she was only 11 years old and now has 15 radio stations! Learn how she became the sensation she is below:
Here are the biggest headlines that happened this week and what you may have missed up here at HOT 97! Each week I’m giving you a quick recap of the biggest stories, interviews and more!:
Comedic Quartet known as "Fat Baby" stop in to chop it up with Cipha Sounds on the Comedy Corner??. The comedians have a show called Fat Baby and they have been doing it for 3 years, and just recently you can catch the show at The Stand, in Gramercy.
Cakes Da Killa stopped by Ebro in the Morning to drop some fresh freestyles for Ebro and Rosenberg. Not only is Cakes Da Killa from good ole’ New Jersey but he also describes himself as “a rapper who happens to be gay!” He talks about coming out of the closet to his mother in...