cue to 5:12 I love how one of the announcers mimics my use of the phrase "people of color" #flattery Thanks, Ebro in the Morning and Hot 97 #YouPlayedYourself
Thank God she didn't sing Beyonce's "Formation" lyrics about Red Lobster. But Hillary is down. with. the. struggle. On the eve of the New York primary election, old white lady Hillary Clinton sat down with New York City's #1 African American radio show on Power 105. It's a radio thing. You wouldn't understand. "How would your policies affect the average person like myself?" - Angela Yee, highly paid New York City #1 morning show co-host on "The Breakfast Club" The conversation is partly humorous but hits on multiple issues central to the African American community. Hillary panders but media friendlies quickly throw her some historical cover. Trump said she's lying about carrying hot sauce, a thinly-veiled reference to
Howard Stern pays respect to Bob Grant on his first retirement from radio in 2006. Grant eventually returned to radio for a few years. Stern told Grant that he holds him "in high regard" and that he never understood why Grant's career didn't break open nationwide like Rush Limbaugh's. Great radio chatter here. Bob Grant died in January 2014 after a phenomenal career in the nation's #1 market.