Every Friday night, we give the people 3-hours of the latest and greatest in urban music (hip hop, R&B, jazz, reggae, reggaeton, soca, etc.), basically more flavors than your favorite ice cream spot.
No Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, or Soulja Boy on our airwaves, and that’s no disrespect to the mainstream, but there is a lot of unheard talent out there, and the people deserve to hear it. We like to showcase the artists that are on the come up, on the rise, locally, nationally and internationally and that’s what “Diamonds in the Rough” is all about.
But we like to pay our homage to the forefathers and fore-mothers of urban music, and we do so through our weekly “Throwback Jam of the Week,” “Southern Classic of the Week” and “Blue Light in the Basement Jam of the Week”. And in between all that is the latest news AND epic fails in our world on our “Halftime News Report.”
Plus we can’t forget about our listener-controlled Starting Line-Up Countdown, and our other segments the Halftime Hip Hop Mixtape and The Leak. And last and certainly not least, our live music series, The Graffiti Sessions where there is a new theme, or, aural work of art if you will, EVERY month.
It’s always a new and fresh show EVERY Friday, and we do it for you, the people, because that’s who we cater to the most. Urban Edutainment at its finest always when you tune into WUOG’s Urban Music Institution, the HHHS on 90.5FM and wuog.org/live.