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Apr 232013
 
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The Ghost came in and rocked through most of his storied history with the Lox, Diddy, DMX, Tupac, Mary J. Blige, the East West Coast beef, how D Block’s legendary lyrical beef with Roc-a-fella almost spilled out into the streets and more. P also shed some real grown man tears reminiscing about the Notorious B.I.G. as he rolled that real pungent. Tune in and get all this work. His latest album ‘Float’ is available for sale now.

As always you can download the mixes from the show below. They may be silent for the first twenty seconds or so, sorry blame the late nights.

DOWNLOAD: Styles P Set

DOWNLOAD: 90′s Hip-Hop Set

Apr 162013
 
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“The album art represents me. A ball of flames in a rose gold frame.”- Kid Cudi

Fresh off his departure from G.O.O.D. Music, Kid Cudi is expanding his artistry on his third album Indicud. With his latest project, the Cleveland native is returning back to his rap roots after forming a rock group with producer Dot Da Genius last year and dropping their WZRD debut.

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Mar 182013
 
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This week, we welcome the Super Thug aka N.O.R.E. and get to the bottom of the long standing “beef” between P.A.P.I. and “super attorney” Reggie Ossé. Noreaga speaks on his history with Mobb Deep, Notorious B.I.G., Tragedy, Capone, Chris Lighty and other rap luminaries. Plus, Nore tells us about his trip to the fat farm to visit the late, great Big Pun. Get ready for Combat!!!

As always you can download all the music mixes from the show below! Make sure you subscribe to the Combat Jack Show On Itunes!

 

 

DOWNLOAD: First Mix

DOWNLOAD: Second Mix

DOWNLOAD: Third Mix

 

Thanks to TCJS

Mar 112013
 
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Sak passe Internets!!! This week, Grammy award winning and former Haitian presidential candidate Wyclef Jean sets the record straight about the #YELE charity organization accusations, the Ducati and pum pum shorts incident, intmate music making moments with Lauryn Hill, carrying Haiti on his back. the legacy of the Fugees and drops a freestyle that you’ll need Rosetta Stone to decipher through. Please remember, it’s #YELE not #YOLO!

As always you can download the individual music sets from the show below. Another classic episode in the books, if only I could tell you who we got coming up this week…

DOWNLOAD: SET ONE

DOWNLOAD: SET TWO

DOWNLOAD: SET THREE

Feb 212013
 
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In a candid and revealing interview, Love and Hip-Hop creator Mona Scott-Young sits down with TheCombatJackShow.com America’s top rated hip-hop podcast, to discuss her storied career as well as her recent transformation into a reality show mogul.
The interview also features Scott-Young’s most extensive comments to date on the passing of her former Violator Management partner and friend Chris Lighty. “There was the man that everybody knew in the boardroom, in the office and then there was my friend. My partner. The guy that I remember sitting in that apartment in the Bronx and we conceptualized how we were going to take over the world.”

I know I say this every week but this is one of the best interviews we’ve ever done, as we welcome Mona Scott Young, the creator and producer of such reality TV classics as Love & Hip-Hop. Not only does Mona Scott speak on the reality television industry, she also speaks on the life and death of Chris Lighty and how it felt to lose a personal friend, plus we get into her past as well as her present as one of the most influential people in media today. Pay attention, Mrs. Scott Young has a history and a Blake Griffin bright future in this industry.

Props to the Combat Jack Show.

Mona speaking on Chris Lighty:

Feb 152013
 
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Star and Buc Wild. Couldn’t control these cats, even with Dallas Penn on deck. In a rare interview, Star shared his past, how he was an actual street pimp in New York City in the early 1980′s, how he went to war with a handgun against a Dominican chick armed with and uzi and got sprayed up, his cocaine and mescaline fueled days, how he pimped MTV, Hot 97 and Power 105, why he has no issue with Big Tigger, how he’s never been impressed with Howard Stern, his love for DJ Vlad, what his hate is really about, how he doesn’t know who the fuck Just Blaze is, how someone who doesn’t fux with Hip Hop became a Hip Hop icon and more. This was too much. Dig in my cousin.

 

One of the greatest of all times meets up with the Newmaniti crew in this incredible interview. No music mixes this week, just this interview that does everything it says it does in the box above. Press play broham.

 

 Get ready for Combat.