Microphone Masters Radio on Dubcnn Episode 144 with Special Guest Doey Rock.

J-Luv and Starr Saxxxon welcome Sactown vet Doey Rock to the show. Doey talks about his renewed hunger for the mic and shares his thoughts on the violence that is plaguing the Black community.

As promised, Lebron James delivered a trophy to Cleveland. The fellas talk about the series and you know Starr Saxxxon has some unique insights. Would you attend a music or comedy show if you were not allowed to use your cellphone for social media purposes or to record it for posterity sake? This is a new trend among some popular artists and entertainers. J and Saxxxon discuss this.

Check out heat from The Roots, Doey Rock, Big K.R.I.T., Phora, Pawz One, Beat Bruisers, Pusha T, Jurassic 5, Al Styles Noetic and more.

Reach out to the show at mm@dubcnn.com and check us out on Facebook!

Microphone Masters Radio Episode 144 (06-22-16) Tracklist

Intro: Lebron Keeps his Promise
The Roots – Adrenaline!
Jurrasic 5 – Customer Service
Pusha T feat Jay-Z – Drug Dealers Anonymous
Prodigy – Keep it Thoro
Segment 1: Doey Rock Conversation Part 1
Doey Rock – Bruce Leroy
Doey Rock – Doe’s Diner
Beat Bruisers x Ruste Juxx x Pawz One – Unphuckwitable
Segment 2: Doey Rock Conversation Part 2
Doey Rock – Bring Back Double
Doey Rock featuring Raekwon and Planet Asia – Blue Ribbon
Phora feat Dizzy Wright – Roll Witchu
Segment 3: Technology and Concerts
Sean Price – Kimbo Price
Al Styles Noetic – Swagnificent
Evenodds – Scared Money
Outro: Last Words
Big K.R.I.T. – 86

Microphone Masters Radio Episode 144 (06-22-16) Show (Stream/Download)

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