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Common Ground Brings Back MSU Memories for Big Sean

He started off the night with his love for Lansing and Detroit. Later, he exclaimed his love for Michigan State University.

For Sean Anderson, otherwise known as “Big Sean,” Common Ground in Lansing was his homecoming. He cherished all of the moments and people attending the concert.

“Lansing, MSU, Detroit…ya’ll are in my family or my clique,” he said. Read More…

The Vibe 7/5

Tonight from 8-midnight on the one and only Cultural Vibe DJ Spenny and Dj Cjax declare independence from main stream and major record labels. In response to the constant usurpation of their power, your favorite Impact hip-hop tag team is playing only independent artists for the entire four hours of their broadcast.

Also in celebration of Independence Day, they will be giving awaya pair of tickets to see Big Sean, Juicy J, Machine Gun Kelly and more at Common Ground Music Festival next week! Tune in to find out how to win and view the rules below! Read More…

The Basement – 6/19/14

Hey all. Thanks for tuning in to Kyle’s guest host of The Basement. No bands in tonight, but here’s tonight’s playlist:

Mike Mains & the Branches – Calm Down, Everything Is Fine

The Class Acts – Something Good

Lights & Caves – Manchy

Cheap Girls – Knock Me Over

The Hard Lessons – Wicked Man Read More…

The Vibe ~ 4/19

Tonight on The Vibe, win tickets to see the sold out Danny Brown show in Lansing, Slick Rick in Lansing, and MIA show in Detroit. We’ll also be interviewing Detroit rapper Josef Coney Island and honoring NaS’ Illmatic and the passing of Gang Starr’s Guru. Tune in and make a request from 8pm-Midnight…Follow the playlist update live all night!

Dope Song – Danny Brown

Children’s Story – Slick Rick

U Don’t Know – Jay Z

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The Vibe ~ 2/8/14

Tonight on The Vibe, Detroit rappers Family Grind stops by to chat about their new album, and DJ Riddle continues to celebrate Dilla Month! You will also hear new music by Future, Rick Ross and a hip-hop mixtape from Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr..

Won’t Do – J Dilla

Celebrating Life – Casey Veggies & Rockie Fresh

Stoner – Young Thug

Smokin & Drinkin – Danny Brown

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ABC’s Extreme Weight Loss plans visit to Detroit

On February 15, ABC’s Extreme Weight Loss will be casting in Detroit. The show challenges its contestants to lose half of their body weight in 365 days. Impact’s Abbie Newton speaks with Casting Director Kerry Shanahan about the show on Exposure. 

Here is more information on being cast for the show.

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The Vibe ~ 2/1/14

Tonight on The Vibe DJ Riddle will be giving away tickets to #DillaDayDetroit on-air and online! The show will be packed featuring artists performing at Dilla Day Detroit along side new tracks from Topaz Jones, Chavis Chandler, and Big Sean!

Boom – Royce Da 5’9″

The Throwaway – Yancey Boys

Love – J Dilla Ft. Pharoahe Monch

Trillmatic – ASAP Nast ft. Method Man

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The Vibe ~ 12/14/13

Tonight’s snowy edition of The Vibe is jam packed new music from Q-Tip & Busta Rhymes, Flying Lotus, Beyonce, and our guest, Jamall Bufford. DJ Riddle and Jamall Bufford, formerly known as Buff1, chatted about his Ann Arbor upbringing, inspirations growing up, and his new album Victim Of A Modern Age.

Dopes Song – Danny Brown

How To Be The Man – RiFF RAFF

CREAM – Wu-Tang Clan

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The Vibe ~ 11/9/13

Today on The Vibe, DJ Riddle celebrates the 20th anniversary of two classic Hip-hop albums! On November, 9th 1993 Midnight Marauders and Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) were released. Keep it locked to The Vibe to hear cuts off of both of these albums, and new music by Eminem and Robert Glasper. Keep it locked to Impact 89FM from 8pm-Midnight, and follow along with the live playlist below!

Groundhog Day – Eminem

Protect Ya Neck – Wu-Tang Clan

Give Me A Reason – Boldy James ft. Vince Staples

Bound 2 – Kanye West ft. Charlie Wilson

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The Silent Years – Someone To Keep Us Warm

With the recent success of the Detroit indie-pop duo Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Jr, it’s important to think about history. The two members met while recording some music for Joshua Epstein’s former band, The Silent Years. One of the best acts to ever come out of Royal Oak, Michigan, the four piece’s groovy indie rock paved the way for your favorite hits now. While they are not completely dissolved, The Silent Years are on an official indefinite hiatus until Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Jr. is done being so busy. Check out the song “Someone To Keep Us Warm” off their 2006 self-titled album below. Read More…

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