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Welcome to the new WCCR 590 AM

Broadcasting on-air, on-campus & online NAC 1/108

#AwkwardMoments 9.12.12

Tear Drop: Proper English Mixtape


DJ Masterplan: Let's F*cking Dance! Mixtape


Earthquake: Heartless Remix


WCCR 590AM: Old School Reggae Fest


On Thursday December 8th 2011 8-11pm WCCR 590 AM presents:

"Old School Reggae Fest"
Come remove the stress of the semester by enjoying classic old-school reggae and lover's rock tunes, while relaxing & networking amongst friends!

Hoffman Lounge, NAC Building
The City College of New York
160 Convent Ave 
NY, NY 10031

Price: FREE!

Music by: 
The Contro1 Freak
















Refreshments will be served!

Raffling (1) Unlimited Metro-card!
Plus more giveaways!!!

 SPONSORED BY:
 VIVA Ville Entertainment

DateMySchool.com

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Directions:
Take 1 train to 137st or A,B,C,D trains to 145st

PiBR: Interview with Esther Figueroa





Part 2

VIVA Ville Sports: CCNY Coach Tom Green Interview



Newly appointed City College of New York (CCNY) Men's Basketball Coach Tom Green calls in on the VIVA Ville Sports Show to discuss his plans on rebuilding the program and how will conference re-alignment affect division one basketball. 

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Wah Gwan Twon: Pon de Jagger


Earthquake: Old School Flow







SaiRandom: Lotus Flower Bomb (Remix)


DJ A+: Tennessee Honey Mix

 

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El Blanco Nino: TAKE ONE


DJ Killzz: We R Like Jagger (Remix)


Angel M: Reason 26





Tear Drop: Feeling Some Type Of Way Mixtape



DJ A+: Cuffin Season Mix




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DJ Masterplan - CCNY Club Fair Dance Mix

SONG DANCE: Make Me Proud




Wayne 'Pocket Rocket' McCollough Interview



Boxing legend, Olympic Silver Medalist & UFC PR Associate Wayne 'Pocket Rocket' McCollough discusses his illustrious career & the Mayweather vs Ortiz fight, today on the VIVA Ville Sports Show.


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PiBr: Fear/Hesitation


After you begin something, you often feel a paralytic fear, lets use music to talk about it.



Part 2

Tear Drop & Silky Black: Jesus Christ / Peas and Rice


 

Siphus: Flying Freestyle




Julian Stephen - N***** in Paris Freestyle




SaiRandom: Britney Spears - I Wanna Go (Moombahton)

 
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DJ A+: Chillin With DJ A+

 

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The Lift Off {First Launch Party}


On Sept 30th 11pm-3am #theCollective presents:


"The Lift Off" {First Launch Party}
A NYC wide college party providing the best in Hip-Hop, R&B, Top 40, Dancehall, Soca & more!!! 


Suite 116
114 W116st
NY, NY


Price:
Ladies: $5 before midnight
Guys: $10 before midnight


18 TO PARTY
21 TO LIFTOFF!!!
(College ID Accepted!!!)


***Cheap Drinks All Night!!! ***


Music By Some Of WCCR's Best DJs:


George SQuared 










DJ Killzz   
















Sai Random















Hosted By: TEAR DROP










Directions: Take the B,C,2 or 3 trains to 116st


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El Blanco Nino: PURPSTEP

Earthquake: A Few Random Songs

Julian Stephen- The Go To Guy


The Blame Game (Mayweather & Ortiz)




Today on the VIVA Ville Sports Show Bernie discuss who is to blame for the controversy when Mayweather knocked out Ortiz in the 4th rd.




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The Story of Prince Charming


El Blanco Nino: LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS




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Drink Till U Drop: Harlem Edition


On Friday Sept 2nd 10:30pm- Sat 3am Dayumm Daddy ent presents:

"DRINK TILL YOU DROP"
The Official City College Welcome Back Party

Suite 116
114 W116st (Bet Lenox & Adam Clayton)
New York, NY

Price: $10 before 12:30am


18 and over

Free Drinks ALL NIGHT!

Music By:
Tear Drop DJ Sassy

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AALIYAH “MORE THAN A WOMAN” [1979-2001]


So since the 9th anniversary of her passing, I’ve been sort of thinking about this day – the day where we would approach the 10th anniversary of her passing, and as much as I’d like to think I’ve sort of moved on – it’s still surreal to think that she’s gone. She was 22 years old at the time of her passing, and more than any time in her life previously – she was on the road to becoming one of the biggest artists of the turn of the millennium. Platinum albums, #1 singles, awards, and movies – it was all on the rise for her, until tragedy struck on August 25th 2001 when the world found out the news that Aaliyah Dana Haughton was dead. Personally myself, I can still remember watching the news and continue to hear reports of it – and I was completely shook. It was probably the first time in my young life I learned that nothing is guaranteed, and it for sure can be taken away at any instant. However, since then – we’ve celebrated the impact she made on the R&B/Hip Hop genre as a whole with fellow collaborative artists Timbaland, Missy Elliot, and Ginuwine. They were responsible in crafting an urban pop sound, something which has resonated in artists throughout the years and something you can see in artists like Ciara, Keri Hilson, Kelly Rowland, and more. Aaliyah was “More Than A Woman”, “One In A Million” and still to today, we “Miss You”. 
 I personally would like to thank DJ Killzz for going out of his way to create this mix.
Jameel

ThisGoesIN and DJ Killzz Present: Aaliyah "More than a Woman"



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SaiRandom - My Favorite Things Vol. 2



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Siphus: Cut and Delete Freestyle






New USG President Mishka Montrope


We sit down with new USG President Mishka Montrope and speak about her plans for the upcoming semester.



TOPICS:
~ What is USG planning to do, now that the Student Activity Fee was not pass?
~ How will Mishka differ from Kenroy?
~ What will be done to help clubs pay for the high cost of security?
~ Any plans to help students academically?



TOPICS:
~ USG Stipends
~ Update on Cafeteria health violations
~ Update on Student Staff Food Service Advisory Committee for cafeteria.


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Marcus: Interview With Justus Clarke



TheWolvesDen
: Having spent a lot of time with your project[Living It], I can say that you seem to be bringing influences not from the soul era, but the 90's R&B era. How accurate is this description? What sound were you trying to capture?

Justus Clarke
: Very accurate, 90's R&B era is probably one of my favorite R&B periods. I was trying to capture this sound, a little of the 80's (Prince, Janet Jackson) and with the 90's (Teddy Riley, Mary J. Blige, e.t.c). Everything you hear on the album is everything that I was growing up with from the time i was born to the time i was around 13-15 years old.

TWD
:This project clearly focus' on relationships, is this all inspired by the same girl? Is there a connection between this project on how you specifically view love?


JC: [laughs] Alright, not even going to lie, half the record is about one girl (LovelyLady, Livin' It, Runnin', some of BitterSweet & Brandywine). Few people know who she actually is, but I doubt she's even heard the record yet. Other songs were just what I thought of "love", telling stories and what not.




TWD:What was your intended goal with this project?


Livin It which was released March this year




JC:The album was really supposed to be released when I was around 13, but my voice was changing and I was sitting on loads of material, so I just waited, kept writing and then recorded when I was 14 and 15. Me being ambitious, I was just trying to prove wrong anybody who said that my music wouldn't catch on and gain a fanbase.


TWD:On this project on songs like Running there is a clear alteration on your voice. It's almost as if you wanted to present yourself as a one man band. Where it feels like we have different lead singers depending on the song. Was that the idea?







JC:Runnin' was supposed to be in another key. The background vocals were actually supposed to be pitched/altered, but i when I pitched up the music, it sounded better than the other pitch, so I kept it.

TWD
:What was your favorite thing about this project? What do you wish you could have changed on it?


JC: Completing the mixing was probably my favorite. Actually siting there and listening to 2-3 years of work was "Bittersweet". Only thing I would've changed about it was the synth volume on Beat You To It [laughs], other than that, nothing.  


TWD:It is unusual to see a full fledged singer and self producer. What are the challenges in balancing those two perspectives on a song? Where maybe your production is more interesting than your lyrics or vice versa?


JC:Wow, never thought about it like that before [laughs], I've been doing this for 10 years now (singing, producing, writing). It was never really an issue as long as it was something that I wanted to sing on. Lyrically, I either let the production tell me what's going on, or I'll just write whatever I'm feeling. At the end of the day, I have to like everything about it, so I guess that's the balance.

TWD
:As a one man band, how do you go about producing?


JC:I always have music in my head, so I will just record what's in my head. Garage Band is the only program I use for now, I might switch up programs, but I don't really see the need to right now.

TWD:If you had a 30 second pitch for your album? What would you say?

 JC:I would probably tell them, "If you're looking for some fresh R&B nostalgia, there's no reason Livin It shouldn't appeal to you."

Download Here : Livin It

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Shout outs: Justus ClarkePeace, Love, Unity, God Bless and Keep Safe

Fresh Out The Box- Julian Stephen Interview





Phoenix sits down with rapper Julian Stephen and talks about his upcoming mixtape.

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