Microphone Masters Radio returns with the Treacherous Three of J-Luv, Starr Saxxxon and Rich Nix.

This week, special guest Fashwandrops by to talk about being signed to Nas’ Mass Appeal imprint.

He sheds light on what Nas thinks about his upcoming Ecology project and the pros to being associated with the legendary lyricist.

The fellas also talk about the impact the internet has had on Hip Hop and Rich Nix shares some insight on the 360 Deal. You won’t want to miss what Starr Saxxxon is burning on this week. Classic.

As always, Microphone Masters brings the heat with track from BP Mercenaries, Joe Budden, Pharoahe Monch, Dubb, Problem, Kendrick Lamar, Andre Damar and many more. Special shout to Flawless (@wcdt) for submitting his West Coast banger.

Follow your hosts @javonluv, @isthatblazerock and @starrsaxxxon on Twitter! Got tracks? Send records to to mm@dubcnn.com and check us out on Facebook!

Microphone Masters Radio Episode 65 (09-10-14) Tracklist

Pharoahe Monch – Time
Glasses Malone – Thug By Myself
Problem feat Childish Gambino – Dollaz & Sense
Joe Budden feat Ranson – Vietnam
Fashawn feat Blu – Samsonite Man
BP Mercenaries – The Brawler
Flawless – California Raised
Fashawn – The Ecology
Jeezy feat Kendrick Lamar – Holy Ghost Remix
Apollo Brown & Ras Kass feat Pharoahe Monch & Rakaa Iriscience – H2O
First Light (Pep Love & Opio) – Lighters
Smif N Wessun feat Jr. Kelly – Born and Raised
Andre Damar – No Hope
DWoodz feat E-40, Syrup & Kool John – WestGood
DJ Jean Maron feat Masta Ace, Edo G & JTronious – It’s Too
Dubb – Come & Go

Microphone Masters Radio Episode  65 (09-10-14) Show (Stream/Download)



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