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    • The Underground Essentials with DJ Oji is must-hear Deep Soulful House Music # DJ Oji and The Underground Essentials: A Journey into House Music! [caption id="attachment_42959" align="alignright" width="353"] DJ Oji[/caption] House music has been a powerful force in the music industry for decades. Its infectious beats, soulful melodies, and pulsating rhythms can transport listeners to a state of pure euphoria. At the heart of this genre lies DJ Oji and his weekly house music show, The Underground Essentials.   Uncovering the Magic of House Music House music emerged in the 1980s in the clubs of Chicago, blending elements of disco, soul, and electronic music. Since then, it has evolved into a global phenomenon, captivating audiences around the world. DJ Oji, a revered DJ, producer, and radio host, is at the forefront of this movement. Who is DJ Oji? DJ Oji at Work DJ Oji, also known as Oji Morris, is a pioneer and influential figure within the house music scene. With over three decades of experience, he has cemented his place as a respected artist, producer, and curator of the genre. Oji's passion for music and his dedication to cultivating a vibrant community have made him a beloved figure among house music enthusiasts.     The Underground Essentials: A Gateway to House Music The Underground Essentials on HandzOnRadio is DJ Oji's weekly radio show (noon Eastern on Wednesdays), where he showcases the best in house music. It serves as a platform for both established and emerging artists to share their music and connect with a passionate audience. The show's format includes live mixes, throwback cuts, and behind-the-scenes insights, creating an immersive experience for listeners. Exploring the Show's Impact The Underground Essentials has had a profound impact on the house music community. By providing a platform for artists to showcase their work, DJ Oji has played a crucial role in nurturing talent and pushing the genre forward. Through his show, he has introduced listeners to new sounds, styles, and artists, broadening their horizons and deepening their appreciation for house music. Connecting with the Audience DJ Oji's ability to connect with his audience is one of the key factors that sets him apart. With his infectious energy and impeccable track selection, he creates an atmosphere that is both captivating and inclusive. Listeners feel a sense of belonging and unity, as they come together to celebrate the power of music. The Future of The Underground Essentials As The Underground Essentials continues to grow, DJ Oji remains committed to pushing the boundaries of house music. With his finger on the pulse of the scene, he constantly seeks out new talent and fresh sounds to feature on his show. By staying true to his roots while embracing innovation, DJ Oji ensures that The Underground Essentials remains a vital force in the world of house music. DJ Oji's Legacy DJ Oji and his weekly show, The Underground Essentials, have become synonymous with the vibrant and ever-evolving world of house music. Through his passion, talent, and dedication, Oji has created a platform that not only showcases the best in the genre but also fosters a sense of community and unity. As we continue to dance to the infectious beats of house music, let us celebrate the impact of DJ Oji and The Underground Essentials, and look forward to the exciting future they hold.[See the full post at: The Underground Essentials with DJ Oji is must-hear Deep Soulful House Music]

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    • Urban Pop Chart and Playlist Urban Pop Chart The Urban Pop Chart and Playlist lists the songs we place on our GoodMusicXposure(GMX) Urban Pop playlist. These tracks, as defined by us, combine aspects of several genres.  The tracks sound like hip-hop, R&B, pop, and funk.   [See the full post at: Urban Pop Chart and Playlist]

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    • Hip-Hop Re-Presented Hip-Hop Re-Presented Hip-Hop Re-Presented explores and presents Hip-Hop the way it could have and maybe should have played out.  Hip-hop expresses life from many different perspectives, all for the love and enjoyment of the people.  With over fifty years of the evolution of the rap genre, we can present the culture to ourselves through the consciousness we have right now.  [See the full post at: Hip-Hop Re-Presented]

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    • Four Tokes of Blackout! by Method Man, Redman are featured on Hip-Hop Re- Presented Blackout! by Method Man, Redman Recently I went through the tracks on Blackout! the 1999 album by Method Man and Redman.  The album is just like you would imagine it would be.  It is full of headbangers, sick flows, and rambunctious personalities from two of the best emcees to pick up the mic.  Rarely do we get to enjoy a pair of great solo rappers pushing each other to the top of their craft on the same team.  It’s nice to see cats with dominating egos on the mic, collab like Red and Meth.  They don’t have to do it.  This is what makes their albums such a gift. This Hip-Hop Re-Presented quest will be a journey of curation.  I want to grab songs that made the culture great and introduce new progressive music.  Let's take charge of what we call good hip-hop.  All good hip-hop music should stand toe to toe with each other.  It doesn’t matter what coast, city, or region the music originates from, it’s all for the love of music that’s fun to listen to. However, being a mental scientist, I will draw a line on content that’s not good for my mind or the minds of the youth.  I’ll discuss why as we go, but if you can’t figure out why, you need to take some time and think about it. If we want better for each other then our music should represent the mentality that creates that better. That’s all I’m saying. [See the full post at: Four Tokes of Blackout! by Method Man, Redman are featured on Hip-Hop Re- Presented]

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    • Extra Prolific flows his way into radio rotation. Extra Prolific's flow is Like It Should be With a listen to Extra Prolific’s 1994 album Like It Should Be, I discovered a duo, rapper and DJ/producer, and flow I had somehow missed.  The emcee Duane “Snupe” Lee has a flow that reminds me of Domino and Slick Rick.  It's a flow that’s smooth and slick with lyrics that make you appreciate the golden era of hip-hop.  The fact I could miss a nice rapper back when there were so many with unique styles is not that big of a deal.  However, I am surprised I missed this particular one.  I dig the flow that much. I’m adding five tracks from this album to Hip-Hop Re-Presented. They released another album Like It’s Supposed to Be, back in 2020.  I’d like to see who has similar taste in music as myself. What tracks from this album would you consider adding to radio station rotation?[See the full post at: Extra Prolific flows his way into radio rotation.]

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    • Bush Babees on Hip-Hop Re-Presented In my quest to reexplore hip-hop, I came across the group Bush Babees in my music catalogs.  I remember the group's name but couldn't recall what tracks I remember them from.  Hip-Hop Re-Presented gives me the opportunity to check out music and artists I didn't give a chance or somehow escaped my notice.  I was pleased to find some nice tracks with Mos Def and Q-Tip on Bush Babees' "Gravity" album.  You know I had to add them to the station rotation. Below are the tracks added to the station rotation.  I’d like your opinions on tracks by Bush Babees I might have overlooked.  I gave this album and their first album, Ambushed under the name Da Bush Babees a good listen.  They grew in terms of flow and production on the second album.  I didn’t find anything the scratched the hip-hop itch on the debut release. Any update on the emcees in this group would be appreciated in the comments. [See the full post at: Bush Babees on Hip-Hop Re-Presented]

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