THE BIG EAST BLACKOUT (created by Damon Palmer aka The Indelible Dame-O and featuring co-hosts Kins, DJ Feenyx from The Resurgence and J-Heat), explores the wide world of Hip Hop from the past to the present. In each episode listeners can expect to hear INTELLIGENT discussions with the hosts and a recurring cast of guests about different topics that are happening or have happened in Hip Hop.Big East Blackout’s goal is more than entertainment. It’s goal is to make you think, and have you feeling like you’re having a conversation with your crew.
In the 1st episode of Season 2 , Dame – O , Kins , Jay Heat and DJ Feenyx welcome REBEL RADIO 716 ‘s own DJ RUKKUS …. it’s a 716 LIVE family affair as we discuss how Rukkus got his start Deejaying and the convo digresses into what is Hip Hop …. fiery debate all around !!!!
The crew discusses the new album by Kendrick Lamar , the tomfoolery of Troy Ave and more in the hilarious season 1 finale
In Episode # 6 “A FACE MADE FOR RADIO” The Indelible Dame – O and Jay Heat welcome new co-hosts Kins (pronounced Keenz) and DJ Feenyx to the BIG East Blackout as they discuss the Female Emcee aka FEMCEE and it’s place in Hip Hop ; also why are the HYPER SEXUALIZED Female emcees always the most popular ?
In Episode # 5 , The Indelible Dame -O , J-Heat and guest co – host (and producer) Abztrakt Beatzz welcome producers Program and DeBug to the show to discuss producers and production in Hip Hop … also everyone on the panel gives their TOP 10 Favorite Producers of all time.
In Episode # 4 , The Indelible Dame- O , J-Heat and Molecule are joined by DJ Feenyx as they discuss the Remy Ma / Nicki Minaj beef and beef in general in Hip Hop.
In Episode #3 , The Indelible Dame – O , Molecule and Jay Heet sit down with Graffiti artist turned Painter Vinny Alejandro aka CRIME1 to discuss his thoughts and views on the art of Graffiti and it’s place in Hip Hop
In Episode #2 , Dame-O and Molecule discuss emcees not knowing when to bow out gracefully and a bunch of other stuff with special guests David Blackburn (Educator/Activist/Artist) and Shantelle Massey, creator of The Dopeness Project