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FRIDAY JANUARY 7th
a hell of a way to start of 2011!
GUILTY SIMPSON (Almighty Dreadnaughtz / Stones Throw)
METASYONS ( United States of Mind)
NICK SPEED ( Kic Sounds / Submerege)
THE ILL & THE RESTLESS (Chicago)
DJ’s: Crate Digga & Mel Wonder
@ Old Miami
3930 Cass Ave.
9:30 – 2:00am $3 21+
Brother J ofÂ The X-Clan
Danny Boy -House OfÂ Pain/La Coka Nostra
E-Swift of The Alcoholic
Esham Phone In
Esham A1 Yola
Jake The Flake
Royce Da 5â€²9
Talib kweli &Â Hi Tek
Tech N9ne @ Strange Noize Tour Summer 2008
Skillz-2009 Rap Up
Detroit Riots (Fat Ray, Ro Spit, T3, Phatboy Chef, Marv Won, One Be Lo, Buff 1, Fatt Father) – Acapulco Gold
The Lyricists Ft. Mike Melton-Man on fire
Freeway & Jake One-Know What I Mean
Jern Eye ft. Guilty Simpson -So and So
Cormega-Make It Clear
Slum Village Ft.Young RJ- Nitro
Keef Courage Zone Radio Flow Promo
J-Hill aka Jimmy The Saint Ft. Moe Dirdee-Dirdee Saints
Obie Trice Ft.Deuce Wonder -Roughnecks Street Vinnie Paz Ft. The Clipse- Street Wars
Identical -Lose control (Kidd Remix)
Twiztid- Psycho Killer
WHOâ€™Z HOT N DA STREETZ (June,26th,2009)
The Michigan Front Page
By Moe Nitty
â€œZONE RADIO: For The People, By The Peopleâ€
One of the biggest reasons many new acts fail to make it far from the starting block is their lack of knowledge to take advantage of the useful resources right in front of them.Â Any seasoned recording artist will tell you that making the song is the easy, but getting it heard by the masses has proven to be much more difficult than many anticipate.Â But for local hip-hop/rap artists on Detroitâ€™s west side, it doesnâ€™t have to be.Â Airplay, and more importantly, vast exposure for serious artists is no more than a phone call away as The Zone Radio station in Dearborn welcomes any and all dedicated hip-hop artists with the opportunity to be heard over the radio.
Two names that every local artist in Detroit needs to get real familiar with: Shawn â€œOrigixâ€ Featherston and Tim â€œDCâ€ Patterson.Â Why?Â Well, for over 7 years, dating back to their first show on April 20th of 2002, Origix and DC have been and continue to be a reliable ally to Detroitâ€™s music scene.Â As co-hosts of The Zone Radio, broadcasted on WHFR 89.3 fm, Origix (the stationâ€™s voice) and DC (the stationâ€™s deejay) have showcased local talent from Michigan & beyond, exposing independent talent worldwide across the globe.Â When asked about the origin of The Zone Radioâ€™s humble start, Origix replied, â€œOur main reason for starting the show was to expose all the good Detroit music we came up onâ€¦on a larger scaleâ€.
Airing live every Saturday night from 8pm-12am, The Zone Radio features a new guest every week, whom they interview, play a variety of the featured artistsâ€™ songs, as well as a live in-studio performance from the featured guest.Â Since their start, The Zone Radio has interviewed artists such as Bizzy Bone of Bones Thugs-N-Harmony, Yukmouth, Cypress Hill, Tech N9ne, Moe Nitty, Trick Trick, Slug Of Atmosphere, Stretch Money, Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, and Psychopathic Recordâ€™s Twiztid to name a few.
For those tired of hearing the same old eight songs on the radio (I know I am), each week The Zone Radio plays new and exclusive music from major artists as well as upcoming locals and Indies.Â With no pre-arranged playlist and free range to play whatever they feel (as long as itâ€™s clean), requests from listeners of The Zone Radio are almost always honored.Â â€œWhat local artists have to understand is, unlike the bigger stations, which will spin your song for listeners looking to hear Top 40 music (hardly paying your song any attention), our listeners tune in to hear breaking â€˜localâ€™ music!â€, states Origix.Â For those listeners looking to hear the uncut version of their favorite underground song, The Zone Radio offers 2RAW4FM.com, an online radio show in an uncensored format catering to underground hip-hop from the Midwest.
The biggest excuse I hear from victims of missed opportunities is â€œI didnâ€™t knowâ€.Â Well, that can no longer be a valid reason for not taking advantage of The Zone Radioâ€™s open door policy for dedicated hip-hop artists.Â Now you know!
Feel free to submit material by mail The Zone Radio (Attn: Origix), 5101 Evergreen Rd., Dearborn, MI. 48128, at Henry Ford Community College.Â To request your favorite hip-hop song, call 313-845-9676 while airing.Â The Zone Radio is also streamed live every Saturday from 8pm-2am at www.whfr.com.Â Also, download 2RAW4FM Vol. 8 for free at 2RAW4FM.com.Â For more updates and info go to myspace.com/thezoneradio.
The Zone Radio 2 RAW 4 FM â€“April/May 2008-Vol.4
1. Intro-Origix & DC
2. Fatt Fatherâ€“Detroit Playaz
3. D.Allie w/ PL-Let It Knock
4. Kidz In The Hall-Drivin Down The Block
5. Mike Green-Spit It Again
6. Mr.Wrong-Get Your Hustle On
7. Origix & DC
8. Young Zone-Fat Gold Chain
9. Phat Kat & Guilty Simpson-Nightmare (84 Tigers Remix)
10.Chief â€“Cash Rules
12.One Be Lo-Rebirth
14.Origix & DC
16.Dice-Dice Iz King
17. Guilty Simpson-Home Invazion
18. Ill Uno-Detroit I Luv ya
19.Fat Rayâ€“Get Blowed
20. Origix & DC (Reformed Ill)-Sewer World
21. Outro-Origix & DC
The Zone Radio 2 RAW 4 FM â€“Feb/March 2008-Vol. 3
1. Intro-Origix & DC
2. Willie the Kid-Live at the Regal
3. Fat Ray w/ Guilty Simpson â€“Bad Man
4. I-Dash-Thumper Chrome
5. Artfull Dodgers w/ J.U.I.C.E.-Majestic Mics
6. Quest Mcody-Fade Back
7. Origix & DC
8. Top Villianz-Canâ€™t Wait
9. Slum Village-Feels So Good
10.Akrobatik w/ Talib Kwile-Put ya stamp on it
11.Abrasive Method-Knomadâ€™s Land
12.Swifty Mcvay w/Monica Blair-Really Want
13.Origix & DC
15.LA The Darkman-Check
16.Idenitcal w/ J.Rose-On da Luv
17.Guilty Simpson-Getting Riches
18.Origix & DC (Reformed Ill)-Check Out
19.Outro-Origix & DC
The Zone Radio 2 RAW 4 FM â€“Jan/Feb 2008-Vol. 2
1. Intro-Origix & DC
2. Street Justice w/ Supa Emcee, Marv Won, Fatt Father, Mark EP, Miz Korona, Guilty Simpson, Black Milk & Fat Ray â€“Whatâ€™s Going On
3. Dante w/ One Be Lo-Squawk & Roll (Fixtape Mix)
4. Guilty Simpson-Make It Fast
5. Kulayd w/ MC Eiht and Diablo-Raw, Blow, and Hydro
6. Rhymefest w/ Talib Kweil-Never Can Say Good Bye
7. Origix & DC
8. Marv Won â€“Right Back
9. T-Mazz-Go Head Baby
10. Ajax w/A.B.K.-By any means
11. Project Born-Hustlin
12. D.A. Smart-Walk Wit Me (The Rebirth)
13. Origix & DC
14. Alpha-bet / Jay-Z- Fallen (Remix)
15. Octane & Illite-Talk a Lil Grease
16. Mac Lethal-Mallory Knox
17. V-Stylez, OC & Royce Da 5â€™9â€- 1st To Rise (Moss Remix)
18. Origix & DC (Reformed Ill) w/ Excel- Midi Connect
19. Outro-Origix & DC
The Zone Radio 2 RAW 4 FM -12-07 -Vol. 1
1.Intro-Origix & DC
2.Supa Emcee-If you want it-
3.V-Stylez w/Guilty Simpson & Royce Da 5’9″-Big Three
4.Tech N9ne w/D-Loc, Dalima & Big Krizz Kaliko -Midwest Choppers
5.Bizzare W/Razaaq & King Gordy -Animal
6.Origix & DC
7.Rising Sunz w/R.A.The Rugged Man-Bluh
9.Tre Sinz -Dub Deuces (Big Rimz)
8.Esham-Forgot about E
10.The Regiment w/Finale
11.Brother Ali -Talkin’my Sh.t
12.Grim Reality-Now or Never
13.Ric Jilla w/Chiboy
14.Origix & DC
15.Kottonmouth Kings w/Tech N9ne & Big Krizz Kaliko-City 2 City
16.Trick Trick-Let’s Work
17.Bareda AKA Mr. Wrong w/L’Renee
18.Nick Speed w/Danny Brown-Streets of Detroit
19.Outro-Origix & DC
Detroit Love! (Issue #3, 2007)
Ill Flow Magazine
IFM: You guys originally started out as emcees in a group called Fi-Staarz. What made yall get into radio broadcasting?
ZONE: Actually Homie Fi-Staarz was just a project we did right before we got into radio, we Started out with the group Reformed Illuzionz which was Origix & DC, then we formed the group 3rd Dimension with our dog, Weto. We got into broadcasting first off because we always kind of DJ’d parties & I use to put together mix tapes of songs for heads in the Neighborhood and at school to hear songs that I felt ,that I knew many others did not know about and put them up on game you know. But what really got us into it was when we were just making music. We knew so many other artist that were dope we just wanted other heads to hear the same music we did. Then when we found out about 89.3 WHFR.FM because my man Face & this dude Joe P played our music so we knew there was hope to get Local Music heard once again on the radio.
IFM: How do u feel about the Detroit hip-hop scene as of right now?
ZONE: I feel the Detroit Scene is the Sickest Scene on the planet. There’s mad cats out here working together making great Hip Hop. World Wide you talk about the D heads know we got Fire up here now .We have a hand full of artists right now with Record deals and a gang of producers with tracks all over the industry the Mid West is about to Dominate. Thats how we do.
IFM: What local artists would you say gets some of the most requests on your show?
ZONE: Requests change all the time as of right now in 2007 so far Esham, Guilty Simpson, Street Justice, Stretch Money, Black Milk, Rhyme Asylum, The Regiment, Strike, ABK, Chief, Paradime, Grim Reality, Identical, Raw Collection, Fat Killahz, Buff 1 & Lazarus are doing good right now.
IFM: Why do u think other Detroit radio stations donâ€™t really support Detroit artists?
ZONE: Well they are afraid of losing money like any business is. When you do something new to your customers you have to take a chance first and test the market. People in our area would love to see more cats from the D get on if they new the music was available for them. But with out these major radio stations getting behind Detroit artists it really hurts. We play some tracks that are for sure good enough to be on a major outlet but, if they donâ€™t help take them artists to the next level of radio it really hurts there local support. Its hard to talk for them. I’d rather represent us. Somethings got to give.
IFM: Last words on anything else?
ZONE: We’d just like everyone to know that as of 4-20-07 we have been on air for 5 years now giving you a platform to hear underground Hip Hop on the radio, buts its up to you to tell your people that were out here doing our thang and even if your out of listening range you can hear us online any where in the world. Look For The Zone Radio “2 RAW 4 FM” Mixtapes and www.2raw4fm.com this year where we will be giving the raw stuff you cant get on FM Radio also look out for The Detroit Remedy Clothing Mix tape vol.2 Hosted by Origix & DC and Mixed by P-Dog The Turntable Bully
ZONE: The ZONE w/ Origix & DC Saturday’s 8pm-12am (EST) WHFR.FM 89.3FM Detroit
Stream Audio World Wide @ www.whfr.fm Request 313-845-9676 or 1-800-585-4322 ext.9676 www.myspace.com/thezoneradio