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November 8, 2021

DJ Burn One Speaks

By: Elizabeth McQueen

This week on the Breaks:

  • You’ll hear Confucius and Fresh’s interview with legendary producer DJ Burn One who’s worked with artists like Gucci Mane, Freddie Gibbs and T.I.
  • In this week’s installment of Hip Hop Facts you’ll learn interesting things about how old Teddy Riley was when he produced Dougie E. Fresh’s “The Show,” Juvenile’s 400 Degrees, Lil Kim, why T.I. didn’t end up in the movie Las Vegas and more.
  • In his Unpopular Opinion Fresh states that Atlanta’s Dungeon Family  deserves way more credit that they get.

You can hear the latest full broadcast of The Breaks Saturday night show.


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