Superadio Adds The Old Skool Show To Its Lineup
November 6, 2007 at 4:40 PM (PT)
SUPERADIO announces the debut of “THE OLD SKOOL SHOW,” hosted by M.C. SERCH, who is the former leader of the legendary rap group THIRD BASS and host of VH-1’s “EGO TRIPS: THE WHITE RAPPER SHOW.” The two-hour weekly show is being mixed by former SNOOP DOGG mixer and KDAY/LOS ANGELES personality, DJ ENVIUS and WPHI/PHILADELPHIA and WRKS/NEW YORK MD/mixer DJ BENT-ROC.
“We are thrilled to be in partnership with M.C. SERCH and “THE OLD SKOOL SHOW.” said ERIC FAISON, VP /Affiliate Relations. “SERCH is not just a hip-hop legend, but a premiere air talent, and it’s the right time for a show that looks back at old school hip-hop from a national perspective. From the very beginning, the music and lifestyle stretched from THE BRONX to MIAMI to HOUSTON to LOS ANGELES and everywhere in between, and this show spotlights it all.”
“THE OLD SKOOL SHOW is a manifest of our love for hip-hop music and its history. I love the fact that no matter where you’re from we can connect through the music and the time it represents. Every week we’ll be turning back a page in time that the audience can remember. My DJs and I are very excited to be teamed with SUPERADIO to bring out show to the world,” said M.C. SERCH.