Tuesday, August 22, 2017

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You can listen to this LPFM Radio Station from anywhere online using the @TuneIn Radio App 


It can also be heard in LA on 98.5 FM driving from Crenshaw to Normandy on Manchester Blvd and also going from 90th street to 77th Street on Western Ave. This is partly in Inglewood, CA and partly in Los Angeles. The main music genre we play on this station is Rap / Hip Hop however we do play some R & B, some under ground Rock and some Dance / Hall music. You will see that we do have $200 posted on our main website www.985themix.com and we are offering the 60 days rotation at a fraction of this cost here for $50 (for 30 days). Each time a song is played we tweet the artist name and song title. Artists that pay for radio rotation will get @mentioned on twitter if they provide their twitter @username when they purchase rotation.

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Monday, July 31, 2017


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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Top 20 Hottest Hip Hop & R&B Records In ATL (MAY '17)

 As a DJ of 2 radio stations, this is one of the perks.  I was given this list and a free  download of each song.  

Below is a quick overview of my comments about these songs:

Top 20 Hottest Hip Hop & R&B Records In ATL [DJ Pack] May 2017 

1. DJ Khaled – I’m The One Feat. Justin Bieber,
Quavo, Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne
2. Bruno Mars Ft. Gucci Mane – That’s What I Like (Remix)
3. Drake – Blem
4. Migos – Kelly Price Feat. Travis Scott
5. B.o.B. – 4 Lit Feat. T.I. & Ty Dolla Sign
6. Joe Gifted Feat. Frontstreet – Water
7. Yung Booke – HITV Feat. London Jae
8. Derez De’Shon – Ambitionz Of A Ridah
9. Scotty ATL – Life of the Party
10. TK Kravitz Feat. Sexton – Space
11. Yo Gotti – They Like Feat. YNF Lucci
12. Childish Gambino – Redbone
14. NAV – Myself
15. YFN Lucci Feat. PnB Rock,
Lil Yachty & Wiz Khalifa – Everyday We Lit (Remix)
16. Kid Ink Feat. Ty Dolla Sign – F With U
17. Young Thug – All The Time
18. Kap G Ft. Chris Brown – I See You
19. 24hrs Ft. Juicy J – Strip Club
20. London Jae – Ocean Water

DJ Greenguy's comments on the top 20 

The songs listed below are all clone wannabe Future, Lil Wayne, Drake style biters:



I don't like them.

They aren't worth anymore comments other than this: Those songs suck.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

DJ Greenguy Show Part One

New You Tube Video about:

DJ Greenguy's take on Controversy Radio, Zachary K Hubbard, Karceno4Life, God's Son, The Great Deception exposed. djvlad, hella classic, DoggieDiamondsTV, Opus Magnum, & Baby Face Rich channels you tube videos.
These are a bunch of burnt out, high ass MF who sit around talking shiz about 2Pac, Biggie, Eazy-E, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.
We have clips from Funk Master Flex and Ed Lover's skype conversation that was posted by Opus Magnum and commentary by DJ Greenguy throughout.

This is a mockery of all the paranoid MFs sitting around posting their conspiracy theories with no evidence or proof.

Most of these people are trolls just using the big names of these famous rappers to boost their plays on their you tube channel.

Here are the URLs to the videos that inspired this episode to be filmed:

1. Notorious B.I.G. was killed for Jay-Z & Roc-A-Fella Records +Gematria Proof
2. Ed Lover Confirms 2pac Shot Himself Funk Flex Is Happy and Calls T.I a Little Kid
3. Busta Rhymes Tells An Untold Tupac Story
4. 2009: Joe Budden Disses Method Man On The Radio, Meth Calls In To Respond #HELLACLASSIC
5. 2pac and Biggie Replaced by Jay Z and Dr Dre
6. Eazy-E's Final Message Exposing The Industry And Injection With AIDS

I didn't play too many clips of these videos in my video so that I don't spoil these for you if you chose to watch them for youselves.

My video is making fun of these people's videos.

In all seriousness, I can't understand the agenda of these people, other than trying to grab views.
The guy who narrirated #5 must be gay himself, talking about doing gay rituals.

In #6 These people think they telling a secret or something, but really they not exposing anything but themselves being paranoid.

#4 is a joke, Joe Budden will never beat Method Man, get real!

#3 Is strange to see Busta Rhymes on ThisIs50 TV talk about 2Pac.  When I heard the Tribe Called Quest story, I thought of Q-Tip and 2Pac in a movie they did together called Poetic Justice.  I didn't look into researching timelines but that connection was made.  Fun fact about that movie, I pass by the post office they filmed some of those scenes in all the time.

#2 Part of the main reason for this video was to respond to those clowns.

#1 This guy made me make this video.  All the numbers and blabbing on & on about bow ties and free masons.  I didn't follow him and had no idea where he was going!

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

DJ Greenguy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
DJ Greenguy  (Born March 9th, 1981) known by the stage name DJ Greenguy is an American Disc Jockey record producer music engineer andmusician from Philadelphia, PA. Currently lives in Inglewood, CA. DJ Greenguy has hosted S.O.A. Radio since 2008. Has been guest host of the | DJ King Assassin | TV Show and made guest appearances in other episodes. Originally known as "Kwin MD", DJ Greenguy made S.O.A. Radio more popular when it got picked up by the radio station owned by Rampage of the Flip Mode Squad called Deep Freeze Radio. Shortly after the S.O.A. Radio show was broadcasting on Deep Freeze Radio, the Mixshowblast radio station owned by DJ King Assassin also began to syndicate this radio show. In 2009, the Ying Yang Twinz had S.O.A. Radio on their Radio Station. In 2010, the Mixshowblast station transitioned to its new home 98.2 The Beat L.A.and it started out with | DJ Greenguy as a host on Thursday nights doing Self Owned Artists Radio (S.O.A. Radio on 98.2 the Beat L.A.). For the next 4 years, DJ Greenguy hosted S.O.A. Radio on Deep Freeze Radio only. Then in 2014, S.O.A. Radio returned to 98.2 the Beat L.A. hosted by DJ Greenguy every Thursday Night. At the end of 2015, the radio station stopped broadcasting DJ Specialty Shows and began to only play rotation. S.O.A. Radio will return for season number 9 on Halloween 2016.

Early Life

DJ Greenguy spent most of his early life on the East Coast. Living in Philly, Delaware, Richmond, VA, Allentown, PA, and ATL. It was the death of his Grandfather that brought him back to his home town, Philly in the year 2002. That was when DJ Greenguy met up with Omega Redd and Va'Les and formed a group called Common Ground.

Musical Career

DJ Greenguy started his career using the stage name "Kwin MD" and began recording music in 1999. Released his first album in Richmond, VA stores and on online in November of 2000 called "Step into my Office". While living in Virginia, DJ Greenguy met a rapper named PL aka Paul Love and began performing live shows and recording an album with him. Together they performed at Virginia Tech, Virginia Beach, Richmond, VA, Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD, and Philly over a span of 5 years. After forming the group Common Ground and creative differences, Kwin MD and PL stopped working on music together. From the year 2005 till 2010, DJ Greenguy was actively making music with his group Common Ground. They released an album online called "Andromeda"in 2011 and they released 2 albums on the street in 2008. They released their most recent album online and a physical disc called  "Still Laughin"in 2014. In 2010, DJ Greenguy stopped using the name "Kwin MD" and began using "DJ Greenguy" all the time. It was a name he used since the year 2000 as an alias when producing for Common Ground. As DJ Greenguy, Quinn recorded and mixed several of the Common Ground songs over the span of a decade. In 2013, DJ Greenguy released a group album as Kwin MD and DJ Greenguy with guest appearances by his Common Ground and S.O.A. extended family called "The Real McKome". This was after he had moved to the West Coast. In 2015, DJ Greenguy was interviewed on the [| Psych Word Radio show] which broadcasts in Connecticut on 88.7 FM by Rob Girard. Now DJ Greenguy is working on a song with Bossolo and Rhyme Scheme for the upcoming film "Makaveli" Movie soundtrack.




The King Assassin Show || 2014 || Guest Host || Starring Role


TitleYearRoleOther notes
The King Assassin Show2014Guest HostWeb syndicated
98.2 The Beat2015DJWeb syndicated
S.O.A. Radio2016DJWeb syndicated


DJ Greenguy has music that is set to release on the Makaveli The Movie soundtrack.
"Makaveli The Movie - Trailer". IMDB. 2016-08-16.
"The King Assassin Show – Jake Rohn, Darius McCrary, Donovan Wonder, and Freeway Rick Ross". Tradio. 2014-08-12.

DJ Greenguy

DJ Greenguy was once signed to a subsidiary label of Sony named | Mad Flavor Entertainment as his alias name Kwin MD. In 2001, DJ Greenguy, then known as Kwin MD moved from Virginia back to his home town Philly. At this time he decided to leave Mad Flavor Entertainment and got together with Omega Redd and Va'Les to start the Self Owned Artist movement. Self Owned Artists is abbreviated as S.O.A.z and this is the name they used to release several mixtapes and singles. In 2005, DJ Greenguy released the S.O.A. Radio mixtape series, which led to the radio show that exploded in 2008.

External links

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

"Assassin's Rain" by Kwin MD aka McKoman Doni
Released July 22nd, 2005

"Assassin's Rain"

© 2005 (Published by APG Forx Publishing company 2005) 

Produced by Shallow aka Nvisible Beats
Lyrics by McKoman Doni

Digital Download Link

Get all 3 Kwin MD albums on iTunes

"The Real McKome" by Kwin MD aka DJ Greenguy 

McKoman Doni "Boilahmaker Sippah"

Kwin MD "Step into My Office..."

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Get all 3 albums by Kwin MD on iTunes right here:

Kwin MD's old label UGF/Mad Flavor Ent. a subsidiary of Sony still shows Kwin MD on their about UGF page:

The History of DJ Greenguy began in 1995 when Kwin MD started making mix tapes on 90 min maxwell cassette tapes.  In Richmond VA, once used the name DJ Kwin.

Used to use 2 cassettes and a LP (vinyl) player to mix together his favorite songs using a boom box to record up to the speakers in his room.

In late 1995 Kwin MD wrote his first rap song called the Pussy Clinic and used the name R.O.B.
Used to rap, with his friend Matt and their first mix tape was called the Fly Wiggereos by R.O.B. and Matt G.

In 1996 most of the people in his high school made fun of him for rapping and so Matt G quit.
In 1998 he decided to change the artist name to Dr. Kwin from R.O.B. and DJ Kwin.
In 1999 he went to his first studio and got his songs recorded onto a CD.
Back then most studioes used Dat- Tapes or Cassettes but Splash City recorded Kwin MD, Champain and Kriminal onto a CD.  They recorded Time ta Change, Murder Rate and the Pussy Clinic that day.

Splash City was in Germantown in the North part of Philadelphia near Temple Univ.
Off Chelton Ave & Germantown Ave.

This was recorded before Eminem became very popular and well known.
Kwin MD joined Garageband.com as Greenguy in year 2000
In November of 2000, Kwin MD had some music from his recordings a Reese's studio and some from Shallow's Studio in Virginia along with some from Splash City and decided to release an album.

This album was in local stores in Richmond VA.  Sam Goody and Cloud 9.
In 2002 Mad Flavor Ent a Sony sub-label signed Kwin MD.
There was a conflict with the label on the delay of the release date of the 2nd album "The Nutcrackka" and Kwin MD left the label.  In 2002, Kwin MD moved back to Philly and lived there until 2010.  For the next 8 years Kwin MD began to go hard with Omega Redd and Va'Les to promote the S.O.A. movement,

S.O.A. stands for Self Owned Artists.  Common Ground is the first 3 members of the S.O.A.z 
Va'Les, Omega Redd & Kwin MD.

PL (Paul Love)
Sal Graci 
and many others began to join the S.O.A. movement and fro 2003-2008 they put out a bunch of underground mix-CDs on the East Coast.

In 2008 so many things changes for Kwin MD.
Instead of selling CDs on the street, he began getting more fans with his new datpiff.com upload account.  So people all over the world could download his music from datpiff.  He met Popwiz and started broadcasting his radio show on Blogtalkradio.  Then the magic started with Rampage and DJ King Assassin calling into his show and offering the S.O.A. Radio show to broadcast on their networks.  So Kwin started hosting S.O.A. Radio and moving more towards a Radio Show Host and less of a rapper.  In 2010 he recorded his last rap songs as Kwin MD and started using the name DJ Greenguy more because he was not a rapper anymore.  He decided to focus more on the DJ aspect of music.

In 2010 DJ Greenguy moved from center-city Philadephia to South Jersey.

In 2013 DJ Greenguy moved from South Jersey to Inglewood.

The style of Rap music that Kwin MD aka DJ Greenguy used to make is historic because it's now Throw-Back,

Kwin MD made a song called The Veteran of the Throw Back Era.

Now DJ Greenguy hosts S.O.A. Radio Season 8 on deepfreezeradio.com and 982thebeat.com
The dirty version of the show is on Deep Freeze Radio and the clean version is on 98.2 the Beat L.A.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

[Artist Name]                             [Song Title]                     [Album Name]
A Geez                                      Wrist game like MJ                 Marty McFly
Tre-Dot                                      IN LOVE AGAIN                         Dedication to hip-hop
Drake                                      Best I Ever Had                         So Far Gone
Alan Dubz                              Bouncy                                 Alan Dubz
Stacks                                      Itz Alright                         Stacks
Omega Redd with Singutter and B Knuckles        What We Do                         Floodin Tha Gates
Bossolo featuring Aloe Jo'el                Good Day                         Revival
Spice 1 feat 2Pac                      Jealous got me strapped                 AmeriKKKa's Nightmare
Busta Rhymes                              Everybody Rise                             E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front
Skye Foolie                              Thirsty                                    Born Foolish
Al Great                              Freestyle                                 Al Great mixtape
Singutter                              Quiet Storm VaLessons                 Keep it Gutter 4 tha Streetz
Omega Redd produced by @popwizzy       Smile                                 Green Monster
Common Ground featuring Bliss               Stop Sleepin                         Milky Way
Popwiz feat the Family                       We are here now                         Backdoor New
A Geez                                       Burner Trial                         Life's Artwork
Popwiz feat the Family                       In the Hood                         Backdoor New
2Pac                                       Definition of a Thug Nigga         R U Still Down? (Remember Me)

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