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.
Enjoy these little girls singing Beyonce “Love on top”.
The Greg Street classic song of the day is Rich Boy “Throw Some D’s ”, produced by Butta who is celebrating a birthday today August 6th. The single charted on the Billboard Top 100 peaking [...]
In the 90’s from Jive records D-Nice released his debut album titled Call Me D-Nice. He would also have his creative talents throughout the project producing the whole album entirely himself. Call me D-Nice being one of [...]
The 2014 Car and Bike Show is happening July 12th and with the Da Brat being one of the performers Greg Street went with “Give It 2 You” as the classic song of the day. Funkdafied The [...]
For the Greg Street classic song of the day he took it to New Orleans where the 2014 Essence Festival took place this past weekend. Mystikal known for his unique sound screaming on tracks released [...]
Happy 4th of July! For the classic song of the day DJ Greg Street decided to go with “Like This and Like That” by Monica Feat. Mr. Malik. Produced by Dallas Austin and Collin Wolfe [...]
Today’s Classic Song of the day brought Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz back to the air waves. The multi-dimensional trio first touched fame with there fourth studio album “Kings of Crunk”. The group’s first hit single [...]
With special regards to all welfare recipients this classic song of the day is a mere reference to the past days of the Cleveland Ohio Notorious Thugs. “1st of Tha Month”, not only brought a large audience into [...]
It’s the 2014 B.E.T awards weekend out in Los Angles, California where anyone in music whose anybody is at right now. When you talk about the west-coast how could you not mention the Greatest, Tupac. [...]
LL Cool J, was no stranger to the emerging Hip Hop scene in the 80’s, by 1989 LL dropped his third studio album “Walking With a Panther”. LL helped bring Rap music to a wide audience through his [...]