The Combat Jack Show continues to specialize in “real talk,” and their latest episode featured former Little Brother member Rapper Big Pooh.
During a recent interview on The Combat Jack Show, J. Cole spoke at length on a number of topics including his desire to turn his childhood family home into a haven for single mothers to occupy, rent-free.
Speaking with Darryl Strawberry, Sadat X, and Ras Kass in recent weeks, The Combat Jack Show continues to kill it in the new year with its latest guest J. Cole.
Closing out a stellar year, the good folks at The Combat Jack Show return with a new episode featuring super group PRhyme, which is comprised of DJ Premier, Royce Da 5’9″, and Adrian Younge.
Talk about a hell of the run. The OGs Reggie Osse and Premium Pete return with the latest installment of The Combat Jack Show, this time featuring the legendary LL Cool J.
After speaking with Jermaine Dupri and 9th Wonder separately at this year’s A3C Festival in Atlanta, the good folks from The Combat Jack Show sit down with legendary music executive Kevin Lyles.
With Cadillactica on the way, The Combat Jack Show reconnect with Big K.R.I.T., who candidly discusses his sophomore album, maturing as a man and an artist, what he learned from touring with Macklemore, and more.
This week, the good folks at The Combat Jack Show invited Hip-Hop legend and actor Ice-T to sell his story.
Stalley is just beginning his album cycle for his upcoming major label debut, Ohio, from which he unveiled two new cuts (“Jackin Chevys” and “Always Into Something”). That said, where better to expound on his platform than The Combat Jack Show, where he chopped it up with Combat Jack and co-host Premium Pete.
The Combat Jack Show are on a hell of a run and it continues today with a change of pace from the legends and older veterans who’ve shared their stories. This time Jeezy appears on the show a few weeks in advance of his fifth studio album, Seen It All: The Autobiography, hitting retailers.
The good folks at The Combat Jack Show are on a phenomenal run right now, and their reign continues with their episode, featuring guest Cormega. Representing Queensbridge, it’s the lyricist’s second appearance on the show, but this time comes on the heels of his Large Professor-produced Mega Philosophy‘s release.
Common, who’s currently rolling out his Nobody’s Smiling LP, due July 22, visited The Combat Jack Show during a recent trip to New York City. Over 20 years entrenched in Hip-Hop culture, the seasoned MC had much to discuss.
The latest episode of The Combat Jack Show has been two years in the making. The supreme guest of honor was the legendary Pete Rock, who discussed all things Hip-Hop, including his legendary tracks and remixes, and classic anecdotes.
The Combat Jack Show consistently provides a platform for guests to have honest discourse, which drew Interscope’s Urban Music President, Joie Manda, to sit on the hot seat a week after Dame Dash accused him of being a “culture vulture” on the show. Manda discussed his long history in the music industry and gave a rebuttal for Dash’s critiques.
In light of the critiques that Dame Dash has voiced about label execs in recent weeks, the good folks at The Combat Jack Show felt it necessary to invite the former music industry mogul back for round two of their fan-favorite discussion. But this time the conversation was more purposeful than nostalgic.
You’ve to love The Combat Jack Show. Combat Jack and Premium Pete are joined by DJ Benhameen in this week’s dosage of entertaining, informative barbershop conversation with legendary producer Marley Marl.
An all-new episode of Combat Jack and Dallas Penn Go To The Movies is here.
The Combat Jack Show‘s recent string of shows brought listeners candid conversations with the likes of Scarface, Lil Boosie, Sauce Money, and Russell Simmons, just to name a few. Next up is Hip-Hop legend and Boogie Down Productions affiliate DJ D-Nice, who’s seen every facet of the streets, the industry, the world, and then some.