Showing posts with label the combat jack radio show. Show all posts
Showing posts with label the combat jack radio show. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

In case you missed it: The Combat Jack Show interviews Young Jeezy, Stalley, and Kevin Gates

BlvdAve whats good ?? Here we are with another "In Case you missed it" post thats becoming pretty popular on here. In these particular post I repost interviews from various podcasts I listen to ranging from wrestling, to music to fashion, and movies. The Combat Jack show is one of my faves and I havent had the kind of time I need to post this weekly so here's a couple of weeks worth of recaps from them. They had great interviews with Jeezy, Stalley and Kevin Gates and there very candid interviews with real questions y'all wanna know not the safe stuff you'll here on radio or on bet lol. Hope y'all enjoy !! 

On the eve of the release of ‘Seen It All‘, his 5th studio album, Jeezy shared his growth as an artist, what the word “leadership” means to him, his experience at Ferguson, St. Louis, moving from being a street cat to a responsible role model, his relationship with Jay Z, his thoughts on Sean “Diddy” Combs and why he’s feeling so happy these days. It’s no more “Young”, it’s now Mr. Jeezy.

Ohio’s first son (other than Lebron) talks Rick Ross, MMG and the role he plays. His come up days with Dame Dash, Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa, the day Mos Def “discovered” him, how he might could be more Brooklyn than you and more. What is one of today’s most slept on rappers plan on making an impact with his debut album ‘Ohio’ dropping on October 28th? Go ahead and press play.

Man, this has got to be one of the most unique interviews ever conducted on this show. It’s also one I throughly enjoyed. Go ahead and press play.

Friday, August 08, 2014

In case you missed it: The Combat Jack show -The Cormega ‘Mega Philosophy’ Episode

In this age of tweaking, thots, wanton capitalism, violence and outsiders dictating what our culture is, QB veteran Cormega and legend Large Professor drop their brilliant ‘Mega Philosophy’ album. Cormega walks us through this classic, track by track. Go ‘head and press play y'all. 

Saturday, August 02, 2014


Mr. Nasheed is a Jack of all trades, but man has mastered the art of making an impact. We talk about him growing up in the racist south, moving to Los Angeles to learn game, how he became a New York Times bestselling author, then how he switched it up with his hit documentary series ‘Hidden Colors’. Love him, hate him, one thing is guaranteed, you press play on this episode and you will learn game.


If you don't know, now you know !! I listen to the Combat Jack Radio Show via podcast every week, and I really enjoy what they do on there. They have a variety of guests on the show and its just a refreshing take on interviewing in my opinion. Heres a bit of info on the show creator : Attorney, author and radio personality Reggie Ossé is an established authority in all things urban entertainment. He is considered the first in today’s new wave of savvy attorneys well versed and nurtured in Urban, Hip Hop and Popular culture. He is the author of “Bling, The Hip Hop Jewelry Book”, a cultural anthropology coffee table book which provides an in depth and entertaining study of man’s fascination with jewelry spanning back to the birth of civilization.

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