The Street Light Series

The Street Light Series

The Street Light Series, hosted by DJ Black Marc & Shay Diddy, gives you the raw, the real, and the inside scoop on Bay Area artists.

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September 14, 2018 27 min
Rolling Loud co founder Tariq Cherif stopped by to discuss the upcoming show, how he chose local Bay Area artist for the line up, struggles with putting on hip hop music festivals, and more!
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Keak Da Sneak & Kafani On Getting Shot 8 Times, Struggling After Being Paralyzed, Joint Album, How Kafani Helped Keak Through His Recovery and more.
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Cookie Money sat down with DJ Black Marc & Shay Diddy to discuss his new album "Rich Orphan" dropping July 29th, and his upcoming project "Philthy Money" with Philthy Rich. He also discuss his upbringing in Oakland, how he made money before rapping, and how he has been dealing with his depression. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast to get the audio before the video. Also please give us a 5 start rating!
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Philthy Rich & Cookie Money stop by to discuss Philthy's new album NERNL4 and exposing people on this album. The two also announced a collaborative mix tape dropping this year. Philthy then details whether he is quitting rapping and both discuss how they started rapping.

Cookie Money elaborates on his relationship with Meek Mill, announced his new mix tape "Rich Orphan," investing street money into music, and how h...
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The Street Light Series welcomes home bay area legend, D-Lo (a.k.a Mr. No Hoe) after spending 15 months in jail. D-Lo tells Shay Diddy and DJ Black Marc he can't afford to spend any more of his life in jail. "I got out really on my sh**. I'm really about to turn back up right now," he says.

D-Lo did exactly that. He wasted no time jumping back into the music scene after his release. He's spent the past several m...
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