Tonight, DJ CJax goes solo in his very first episode of The Cultural Vibe without his partner-in-crime DJ Spenny. In honor of the occasion, CJax will be playing music from the greatest Hip-Hop/R&B groups of all time among the usual cutting edge tracks. Whether if you’re looking to get down with some Wu-Tang Clan, A Tribe Called Quest or Chance The Rapper, the Impact’s Cultural Vibe tonight from 8pm-midnight is the place to be. Feel free to call in your requests to 517-884-8989 or tweet them out via twitter using #VibinDirty.
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Flashback was a night of booooogie fever!! Check out the set below for a funky fresh bunch of songs to get down to, anytime you wanna journey to boogie wonderland.
Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gees
Boogie Shoes – KC & The Sunshine Band
Stop In The Name of Love – Gloria Gaynor
Love Train – The O’Jays
Boogie Wonderland – Earth, Wind, & Fire, The Emotions
It was a night of hip hop oldies tonight on Flashback – Look no further for a funky fresh set of songs from back in the day, perfect for cruisin’ on your Friday night!
Rollout (My Business) – Ludacris
Wanksta – 50 Cent
Keep Ya Head Up – 2Pac
1st Of Tha Month – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Next Tuesday August 5th, the Michigan Primary election will decide the fate of Proposal 1. A personal property tax restructuring that may be more complex than it seems. MLive Reporter Fritz Klug has been covering this topic for weeks (Find his informative video here.) and joins host Steven Rich in the studio to help breakdown the proposed changed.
MSU Journalism student Nicole Igwe, a native of Nigeria, gives an in depth look at the conflicts surrounding Boko Haram and how she sees the US perspective of the conflict.
Deanna Hurlbert, the Director of the MSU LGBT Resource Center talks about the recent million dollar donation and the future of her facility.
And finally, Dan Bollman gives up a construction update for the MSU campus.
Looking to chill with your favorite Impact tag-team Spenny and CJax? When you’re in luck because tonight they are bringing the mellow with some of the best hip-hop tracks around. From underground rappers like Planet Asia to friends of the show like Cassius and heavy weights from G.O.O.D. Music they’ve got you covered. Tune in at 9 to hear new music from Shabazz Palace, Common, and others. As always call in at 517-884-8989 or tweet using #VibinDirty to make a request!
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Chelbucket decided to not only celebrate the early 2000’s tonight, but also Christmas in July – she sprinkled in some jolly oldies on this installment of Flashback. Check out the full happenin’ set below!
Sleigh Ride – Johnny Mathis
Toxic – Britney Spears
The Reason – Hoobastank
Breaking The Habit – Linkin Park
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We sent our photographers to Common Ground Music Festival to conduct some field research on the facial appearances of artists during a performance. The evidence they collected proves that artists do indeed make the weirdest of faces on stage. We believe this strange effect to be a direct result of the passion musically inclined individuals feel while performing. But, our research continues.
Check out our gallery of enthusiastic facial expressions we captured during Common Ground Music Festival of artists like Say Anything, Big Sean, Dr. Dog and The Orwells.
Artists in Order: You Blew It, Say Anything, Circa Survive, Violent Femmes, The Wailers, Berner, Chevy Woods, Ace Hood, Machine Gun Kelly, Hitman & Dj Klaverflav, Big Sean, Jukebox the Ghost, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Dr. Dog, The Orwells, Royal Teeth, X Ambassadors, Fitz and the Tantrums, Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers, Earth Wind & Fire
Adam Bussell – Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun
Elisha Johnson – Wed, Fri
Julian Stall – Tues, Sun
Scot Wasserman – Sat
Flashback went classical tonight! Chelbucket featured two hours of tasteful compositions from Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and many other talented composers. Check out the set below for some timeless music from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Prelude Suite No. 1 – Johann Sebastian Bach
Fantasie Impromptu #4 in C Sharp Minor – Frederic Chopin
Piano Sonata No. 13 in Bb – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Moonlight Sonata – Ludwig van Beethoven