Microphone Masters Radio Show is back with J-Luv, Blaze Rock and Starr Saxxxon.

The build up to an album can be a gift and a curse. The Microphone Masters crew share albums that let them down after the big build up. Friends don’t always see eye to and this is a perfect example. One man’s failure is another man’s solid album.

Is Russell Wilson black enough? Join the debate. And would you want to be on a team with Kobe aka The Black Mamba? Find out if J, Blaze or Saxxxon would want to be a teammate.

We have joints from legend E-40, Stalley, Demrick, uMaNg, Strong Arm Steady, Big K.R.I.T., Cartie, Adrian Lau and more.

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

Microphone Masters Radio Episode 72 (10-29-14) Tracklist

E-40 feat Stressmatic – The Weedman
Adrian Lau – The Departed
Stalley feat De La Soul – Navajo Rugs
Ludacris feat LL Cool J & Keith Murray– Fatty Girl
Segment 1: Russell Wilson: Not Black Enough?
M.O.P. feat Busta Rhymes – Broad Daylight
Ikes – No Commercial
uMaNg – Correct Techniques
Demrick – Soul Needs Saving
Segment 2: Is there a correlation between greatness and inflated self esteem?
Big K.R.I.T. – Cadillactica
Strong Arm Steady feat David Banner & Field– Through the Motions
The Risk feat Marion Write – We Deserve
Segment 3: Starr Saxxxon: What’s on your Mind?
Cartie – Where you From?
Ludacris feat Floyd Mayweather – Undisputed
The Beatnuts – Props Over Here
The J.B.’s – Same Beat, Pt. 1

Microphone Masters Radio Episode  72 (10-29-14) Show (Stream/Download)



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