Greg Street

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.

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Greg Street’s Sneaker of the Week: Eminem Air Jordan Retro IVs

The Pick: Eminem Air Jordan Retro IVs The Date: 2004 The Price: Now these are one of – if not THE – most sought-after Jordans for any sneaker head or collector, and can approach prices [...]



[VIDEO] The Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day “Dey Know” Shawty Lo

Bankheads owns Shawty Lo had the world saying “Dey Know Dey know” in 2007 as a new solo artist in the Rap game. A remix from the song was later released featuring Ludacris, Young Jeezy, [...]


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Greg Street’s Sneaker Of The Week: Nike Air Max 1 (From The Beast Pack)

The Pick: Nike Air Max 1 from The Beast Pack The Date: 2007 The Price: These days they’re selling for more than $1000 The Look: In a word, GRRRRREEEEEAAAT! The Feel: INSTANT heat The Reason: [...]



[VIDEO] The Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day: “Wussup” Rich Kidz

Rich Kidz hit the scene with “My Patna Dem” in 2009 and followed up with another club banger “Wussup”. Rich Kidz (School Boy, Shad, Baby Charles and Jose) took over the southern airways from state [...]


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[VIDEO] Greg Street: Congressman John Lewis In a “Happy” Mood

Greg Street thought he should share this classic video with everyone as soon as he heard about it! After all, Congressman John Lewis has been the topic of discussion this past week when his dancing [...]



[VIDEO] The Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day: “5 Duce 4 Tre” Backbone

When it comes to Atlanta, funk and soul you have no choice but to mention The Dungeon Family. The group consisted of many artist such as Backbone who came on the scene in 2001 with [...]


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[VIDEO] The Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day: “Stepped On My J’z” Nelly

Nelly got togethier with Atlanta’s own Jermaine Dupri to release his hit “Stepped On My J’z” from his fifth studio album Brass Knuckles. The second single off the album also features r&b singer Ciara, which [...]



The Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day,: “Wipe Me Down” Foxx Feat. Lil Boosie & Weebie

Trill Entertainments own Foxx came on the scene with the hit “Wipe Me Down” which features Lil’ Boosie and Weebie. More versions of the song were released which have the legendary group UGK featured on [...]



[VIDEO] The Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day: “Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik” Outkast

Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, album and song released by the southern duo Outkast in 1994. Bringing that southern sound mixed with a little funk Oukast would appear on the scene and takeover not only the Atlanta music scene [...]


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[VIDEO] The Greg Street Classic Song Of The Day: “Doo Wop (That Thing),” Lauryn Hill

When you mention The Fugees you have no choice but to mention Lauryn Hill. Going forward with a solo music career she released her single “Doo Wop (That Thing)” from her album The Miseducation of [...]