Black Music Month

Jay-Z stops by Radioactive in 1996 to discuss “Dead Presidents 2” with Colby Colb. Speaking about the songs music video, Jay-Z said that numerous artists would appear in the visual. “We had Notorious B.I.G, AZ came down, Lil Cease, Junior Mafia, Smooth the Hustler came down.” He also discussed the production behind Reasonable Doubt and […]

Eazy E stops by Radioactive with host Colby Colb to discuss his split with Priority Records and his issues with Dr. Dre. On the topic of Priority Records, Eazy E said, “Priority happened to be the split of the group N.W.A. because they were interfering with contractual agreements.” When asked if the label tried to […]

Baltimore promoter Tracye Stafford discusses being a woman in the music industry...

Don Trunk talks art, culture and impact of black music, plus describes what Baltimore taught him about music.

Remember that old school jam, Freak Like Me, by Adina Howard? It was a revolutionary anthem celebrating sexual liberation for Black women. Controversial, bold and undeniably sexy, the song reached No.2 on the Billboard Music Charts and solidified Adina’s place in 90s music history. Taking it back, here’s an update on R&B diva, Adina Howard. Then Adina […]

Dr. Dunny talks art, culture and impact of black music, plus recalls his favorite music memory.

Jay-Z stops by Radioactive in 1996 to discuss “Dead Presidents 2” with Colby Colb. Speaking about the songs music video, Jay-Z said that numerous artists would appear in the visual. “We had Notorious B.I.G, AZ came down, Lil Cease, Junior Mafia, Smooth the Hustler came down.” He also discussed the production behind Reasonable Doubt and […]

Ellis talks art, culture and impact of black music, plus details how Baltimore influenced his journey.

Brave Williams talks art, culture and impact of black music, plus details what keeps her encouraged in the music business.

Tate Kobang talks art, culture and impact of black music, and runs down his transition from local artist to national.