Tag Archives: The Combat Jack Show

The Combat Jack Show 15/02/13 – Combat Jack / Dallas Penn / Star & Buc Wild

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Latest edition of The Combat Jack Show featuring an entertainingly uncensored interview with infamous NY radio personality Star speaking on life in the Rotten Apple streets of the 80s, his thoughts on current Hip-Hop media and his dealings with MTV and Hot 97 – listen here.

The Combat Jack Show 07/02/13 – Combat Jack / Dallas Penn / Ralph McDaniels

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Video Music Box legend Uncle Ralph celebrates three decades in the game on NYC’s Combat Jack Show and tells some great stories involving Too Short, Big Daddy Kane, Nas, Biggie Smalls and more – take your history lesson here.

Live From New York (Part Two) – Combat Jack / Raekwon

More footage of Raekwon on “The Combat Jack Show” discussing the influence of EPMD’s Hit Squad on the early days of Wu-Tang and his chemistry with brother-from-another-mother Ghostface.

Live From New York (Part One) – Combat Jack / Raekwon

Footage of Raekwon on The Combat Jack Show last week discussing his early Hip-Hop influences, the origins of Wu-Tang and his love of old-school House music.

The Combat Jack Show 17/01/13 – Combat Jack / Dallas Penn / Raekwon

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The Chef appears on NYC’s Combat Jack Show for an extensive interview discussing his lengthy career including his introduction to Hip-Hop, the legacy of Wu-Tang, his relationship with The RZA and much more – check the slanguage here.

Major Vs. Minor Leagues – The Combat Jack Show / Ebro

Hot 97’s Ebro appears on The Combat Jack Show to speak openly about the business of mainstream radio and why you’re not going to hear your favourite underground emcee on the NY station’s daytime airwaves whilst facing some interesting questions from the CJS crew.

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On The Radar – Combat Jack / Elliott Wilson

Footage of the recent edition of “The Combat Jack Show” featuring veteran journalist Elliott Wilson, Jack, Just Blaze and the rest of the Combat crew discussing the place of older artists in the game, RapRadar.Com and self-branding.

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