Stampede Radio brings you international hip hop artists, promoters, journalists and more. Amadeus the Stampede and I plan to bring the listener raw, uncut and uncensored interviews with your favorite personalities as well expose you to new premiere talent. From hip hop legends to young up and comers, we deliver the news and give you the deal. We touch on issues varying from business, culture and politics of the game, to the state of hip hop and how your favorite personality not only feels about these issues but how they deal with them day to day. Being hip hop artists ourselves, we are proud to provide an outlet for our contemporaries to get the word out there. The revolution will not be televised, but it will be broadcast every Thursday night at 8pm eastern standard time(US) on cyberstationusa.com. Listeners are encouraged to take part in our interactive programming by calling in to the show or emailing Wize Hassan or myself. We don't rock for you, we rock with you. No holds barred commentary and educational entertainment touch the listener and gives them a sense of security that what they are hearing is not BS. From the in depth interviews to the impromtu freestyle sessions at the end of the shows, the listener can expect the unexpected. Don't just listen to StampedeRadio though, let your voice be heard as well. My contact info is on this page so feel free to get in touch. We have already had guests on our station like Jaysaun from Special Teamz, Dickie Skinz, Dennis Lynch, Diablo & Rheto from Evil Dead, J the S from The Greater Good, The Natural Dienamix and will have more!
Wize Hassan has been an MC for over 15 years and after all the adversity he has overcome, this man is still determined to achieve greatness and will stop at nothing until that day comes! As a young kid growing up in the suburbs, Wize was exposed to all types of music from Marvin Gaye to Kiss. The first time he saw Run D.M.C. on TV, it was love at first sight as he embraced Hip-Hop and never looked back. This MC started performing and recording songs in professional studios in 1994 and keeps it going till the present day always leaving room for improvement. One of his earliest achievements was when he accepted an award for "Best Hip-Hop Track" at the Songwriters Association of Washington (S.A.W.) ceremony held in Virginia in November, 2000. That is when he met Natural Causes Productions (N.C.P.) and they have maintained their friendship over the years. They have put out an album together called "Natural Causes" in 2003 and have done many shows around the D.C. and Virginia areas including opening up for acts like Jeru The Damaja & U-God (Wu-Tang Clan). Wize had released a single when he was 18 and put out an EP four years later but really started to get exposure in Massachusetts in May 2001 when he released his first full-length album "Going against the Odds" independently. Later on that year he teamed up with Steve Sweeney and Dennis Lynch and they formed a group called The Unknown, putting together several albums combining Hip-Hop with R&B working with platinum producers Brad Young and Dow Brain of Underground Productions (L.F.O.) on several tracks. Several years later he joined a live band called Frequency 7 and they performed hundreds of shows in New England, New Hampshire, Virginia, Baltimore, Connecticut, Cape Cod and New York. They graced the stage at Waterworks, The Paradise, Copper fields and the world famous CB-GB's in New York, right before it was shut down. They opened up for Bronson Arroyo at The Salt Box in Quincy, MA but their brightest moment was opening up for Ras Kass and Slaine at The Middle East. After Wize temporarily left the group, Frequency 7 never missed a beat as they would go to California to open up for KRS-One and De La Soul. When this fierce MC joined forces with The UNDC some time earlier, they released a song with Shabazz the Disciple (Sunz of Man) called "Join Ranks" and collaborated with Killah Priest (Sunz of Man, Wu-Tang Clan) on a track called "Constant Dreams", both received great reviews by many all over the world. Wize Hassan finally got to bless a track with 2 MC's he grew up listening to. After Frequency 7 broke up in June 2010, with the help of Willy T. Shabazz, we joined forces with the Elementary and will not stop until we get what we want! They have been busy all summer long and will maintain progress. Wize Hassan didn't stop there as he put out his second full-length album called "Determined to Achieve Greatness" in 2010 under Sik Pup Entertainment, produced by Dickie Skinz (CEO of Sik Pup Ent.). Before that project, he followed that with a collaboration effort with Bobby Nizzo and Dickie Skinz called "The Union Way: Phantom Menace Style Vol: 88" in the summer of 2009. After dealing with all the hard times and the many lessons they have come out of them, Hassan makes sure to remain humble with his crew. Their main goal in this music business is to enjoy it and be prosperous doing something they are so passionate about. When you see him rocking the set with Elementary at a live show, you will witness their burning desire to be the best. He is very blessed to share this art form with 4 other great friends watching his back at all times, as they always give it everything that they got on that stage, as if it where their last performance. He just released a new album from The Forgotten Onez (Dickie Skinz, Wize Hassan & Bobby Nizzo) called "Unforgettable" released on Sik Pup Ent.
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