Submit your question for Kansas City’s Mayoral candidates Jolie Justus and Quinton Lucas using the form below and listen to The Morning Grind June 11th & 12th to hear the interviews.
Thanks to DeRay Davis for calling in the Playmaker Show to talk about his Real Talk Tuesday coming to Improv Comedy Club tonight! Check out our interview and make sure you check him out!
Thanks to Author Tiffany Warren for calling in to talk about her event with Kiki Swinson that’s happening this Saturday at 2:30! Get more information in the interview and the post on here https://kckpl.librarymarket.com/conversation-tiffany-warren-and-kiki-swinson
Jay-Z’s The Blueprint album will be added to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry. But hunty, the Beyhive swarmed on The Real co-host Tamera Mowry-Housley. She was after recounting the first time she met J
Thanks to Christy Barber from Woods Chapel Prom Boutique for calling in to give us more info on their boutique and if you or somebody you know are looking for prom dresses, please listen to get the
BIO Young Fatha, born and raised in Kansas City, started rapping when he was 10. He’s definitely an emcee cut from the 90’s and his lyrics are full of passion and authenticity. He has stage presence that’s
BIO Young Euro is an artist, producer and engineer who has worked on projects for Mac Dre, Mozzy, M.Dot 80, Ampichino, J-diggs, Lil Scrappy and many more. In January 2019, he is back to release more music
BIO PAYDAY is a hip-hop collective of two best friends turned musical cohorts, Payroll & Day Doe. Formed in KCMO, PAYDAY officially began operating as a creative entity in 2012, mastering small projects and conceptualizing a YouTube
BIO Ogechi is a 21-year-old rapper, singer/songwriter, dancer, actress, and poet/spoken word artist. She was born and bred in Kansas City, MO where she started rapping and writing poetry in her teen years; she’s been singing and
BIO Royal Neptune is ready to expanded into many parts of entertainment. I start with my own music. My music is movement music, its anthem music, its empowerment music, it’s a powerful representation of what black entertainment