Archive for April 2019

I want to thank Buddy Wike and Jeffrey Sanders of the legendary RnB group INTRO for coming on my show Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max on WSJU Radio at St. John's University in Queens, NY last night. Buddy talked about meeting Kenny Greene in the army and how the group came together. Heavy D helped push them when they were starting out. They talked about their experience with Stevie Wonder and how he beat Jeffrey in air hockey twice. They also did the greatest cover of Stevie Wonder's Ribbon in the Sky and Stevie loved it. They also talked about writing for Mary J. Blige and other artists in the industry. Jeffrey said that the ending skit of Come Inside is real and that they played that part on the radio back in the day. Buddy and Jeffrey shared their experiences making their two albums INTRO and New Life as well as going on tour. We had a Nas vs. Jay-Z discussion. Buddy grew up with Jay-Z and played basketball with him as well. They gave their opinion of RnB and Hip-Hop today. We also talked about fashion today vs. fashion back in the day and sports. Shoutout to Andrew Brown aka Young Cornbread for coming to the start of the interview. Shoutout to Loko Warbucks for coming on the show and spitting a freestyle. Buddy murdered the mic with his freestyle. Jeffrey and Buddy gave an amazing acapella performance of Let Me Be the One and Love Thang! Be on the lookout because INTRO may be releasing new music soon! Thanks again for coming on the show and most of all Rest In Peace Kenny Greene.

Watch this full interview on my YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D004Y49KTec&feature=youtu.be

Follow Buddy Wike on Instagram: @buddywike.

Follow Jeffrey Sanders on Instagram: @jeffsandersnyc.

Follow Loko Warbucks on Instagram: @newblacksoul and on Twitter: @lokowarbucks.

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     In this 4th episode of our Conspiracies, Crimes, and Curses Podcast we brought in Jordon Malick from WREDTV and WSJU Radio at St. John's University to talk about the Iraq War, Vietnam War, Titanic, Ghosts, and possible future civil war. Stay tuned for more content!

Follow the official "Conspiracies, Crimes, and Curses" Podcast page on Twitter: @cx3podcast. 

Follow Jordon Malick on Instagram and Twitter: @jordonmalick.

Follow Tony Paventa on Instagram: @tanooch96.

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Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html

 

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     I want to thank CT's own Ellenaij and Weedy Weez for coming on my show "Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max" last night on WSJU Radio at St. John's University in Queens, NY. We discussed Ellenaij's music as well as her upcoming Ep, which is releasing next week on all platforms! Ellenaij has three singles off her upcoming Ep on her Soundcloud, link: https://soundcloud.com/user-403009089. Her brother Weedy Weez is her producer and he talked about producing her music as well as working with numerous CT artists. Weedy Weez gave his take on Hip-Hop/R&B today versus back in the day. Ellenaij listed her favorite artists along with the one's she wants to work with. I had a great time and I look forward to having you guys back! Be on the lookout for Ellenaij and her brother Weedy Weez because I believe they are going to be making noise! Shoutout to Nate Page for reaching out and getting Ellenaij on the show! After the interview, me and Phil from Sports talk with Uncle Phil on WSJU Radio talked about the upcoming draft this Monday night as well as the NBA playoffs and MLB scores. Shoutout to Tony Paventa from World Wrestling Radio on WSJU Radio and our Conspiracies, Crimes, and Curses Podcast for calling in to give his predictions for the upcoming draft! Podbean: https://sportsandhiphopwithdjmadmax.podbean.com/ Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/sports-and-hip-hop.html. Stream my show every Monday night at 8:00pm est WSJU Radio on Tunein: https://tunein.com/radio/WSJU-Radio-s134701/ Follow Ellenaij on Instagram: @ellenaij. Follow Weedy Weez on Instagram: @weedyweez. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. 

Follow Phil on Instagram: @uncle_phil15. Follow Tony Paventa on Instagram: @tanooch96. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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     In this episode, Dan Villavicencio joined us to discuss the clock tower incident, the Notre Dame Cathedral fire, and cartoon theories that we have heard over the years. 

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Follow Dan Villavicencio on Instagram: @dantheman.v.

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Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html

 

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      I want to thank my brother and the Bronx's own Beenofficial for coming on my show "Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max last night on WSJU Radio at St. John's University. He talked about writing his first rap song as well as his favorite artist who inspired him and that is Kool G Rap. He gave his view on Hip-Hop today and believes that lyrical rap will make a comeback, which I believe as well because everything happens in cycles. He has a lot of bangers out on all music platforms that he has recently released including: Downpour, Forever NewSchool, Ay Now, No Shorts, and UKTV. Some of his raps remind me of Onyx member Sticky Fingaz. He also spit a fire freestyle over Rick Ross' Crocodile Python! If you are a true Hip-Hop head who appreciates the lyrics, I highly recommend you check Beenofficial out because he represents the real Hip-Hop! Keep grinding my bro, I believe big things will happen for you! 

Follow Beenofficial on Instagram: @beenofficialbx and Twitter: @iambeenofficial. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html

 

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     I am proud to announce that me and my bro Tony Paventa from World Wrestling Radio are officially launching our own podcast that will cover anything that we want to discuss! In our first episode, we discussed conspiracies/theories about world events, history, rappers, wrestlers and even urban legends! As time goes on we will do follow up episodes when we find out new information on these topics we discussed. Shoutout to Mike Starrantino for joining us for the first half hour of this episode as well! This podcast will be done periodically when we want to discuss something that sparks both of our interests! We hope you enjoy our podcast and we can't wait to give you more content. 

Follow the "Conspiracies, Crimes, and Curses" Podcast on Twitter: @cx3podcast.

Follow Tony Paventa on Instagram: @tanooch96.

Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax.

Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html

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     I want to thank Derrick Jones for calling into WSJU Radio at St. John's University to talk with me and my boy Tony Paventa from World Wrestling Radio on WSJU Radio on Thursday's from 12:00-1:00pm est. He is a part of the New Jack City defensive squad. Derrick has a strong presence on the field as well as in the locker room. When #31 is on the field he gives it his all and he even told us what the feeling was like getting his first career interception. He talked about how being a father changed his life as well as his college career at Ole Miss. He gave his expectations for the upcoming season and is very high on the tremendous moves that the front office made during this free agency. I am looking forward to seeing Derrick and the team out there on the field soon! Shoutout to my brother Zaire Adams for the fire promo flier! 

Follow Derrick Jones on Instagram and Twitter: @belegendary19. Follow Tony Paventa on Instagram: @tanooch96. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html

 

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     I want to thank the legend DJ Chuck Chillout for calling into my show last night on WSJU Radio at St. John's University. He told me about the first time he saw a set of turntables, in which he wanted to become a DJ. He received his first set of turntables for his birthday and his dream of becoming a DJ came true. He told me how he got his name as well as collaborating with Kool Chip for their classic album "Masters of the Rhythm" that released in 1989. He talked about his journey to becoming an on air DJ in 1982 on 98.7 Kiss FM. He loved DJing overseas in Japan and having a radio show over there as well. He loved it so much that he almost didn't come back. He was one of the first DJs to play Hip-Hop music in Japan and the people loved it. He named his favorite artists from back in the day as well as some of the artists he likes today. Chuck Chillout keeps it real and has no time for 'Space Music', in which he gave that name to the mainstream Hip-Hop today. He told a hilarious story about Desiigner when he saw him in the hallway at WBLS. Thanks again for calling in and giving me the positive advice! Most of all don't forget to lock into DJ Chuck Chillout's show on Saturday nights from 11:00pm to 12:00am est on WBLS! https://maxrcoughlan.com/sports-and-hip-hop.html 

Follow DJ Chuck Chillout on Instagram and Twitter: @djchuckchillout. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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