As one of the most recognizable voices in radio and the man behind the phrase “Its 6 o’clock, its 6 o’clock, time for Greg Street to Rock,” Greg Street is the true voice of the people. Having rocked the airwaves in Mississippi (WORV-WJMG), Alabama (WBLX 93), Houston (KMJQ), Dallas (K-104/KKDA) and currently holding it down in Atlanta (V-103/WVEE) all over a 20 year span, Street has definitely positioned himself as the music gateway to the South.
This weeks #SneakerOfTheWeek is The Jordan white Cement 3 originally dropped in 1988. The sneaker that started the Jordan movement. The first Jordan designed by legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, the first with 3 key […]
This Friday April Fools day, King James and Cleveland are coming to Atlanta to take on the Hawks. There will also be a special performance from the King T.I. himself at halftime.
Happy Bday Big Sean! Greg Street took it back to “My Last” featuring Chris Brown for the classic. Enjoy The Classic Of The Day
A Tribe Called Quest – Jordan 1 Strap Released Feb 09. Original Low End Theory T-Shirt From 1991.
Today on St. Patricks in 1998 Puff Daddy teamed up with Notorious BIG to release the anthem “Victory”. Enjoy The Dj Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day
Greg Street‘s not depending on the luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day – he needs YOU! Choose your favorite between the Nike Air Force 1 (2004) women pearlized leather; Nike Air Force 1 […]
Released of his fourth studio album The Untouchable, “Smile” would go on to reach number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. This would also be one of the last songs recorded by Tupac before his […]
Happy B-day Timbaland! Greg Street brought it back to “Luv 2 Luv Ya” with Magoo for the classic of the day. Enjoy
Today only at 10pm in select theaters Sacha Baron Cohen’s new comedy The Brothers Grimsby will be showing. Go to Fandango.com for tickets!