Women in Hip-Hop

Lyric Jones Closer Than She Appears

December 8, 2020

Lyric Jones is a singer, songwriter, emcee, drummer, and producer who has been making and releasing great music since 2012. Her brand new album, Closer Than They Appear, is available wherever you get your music. She called in to the radio show this [Keep Reading]

All Women’s Voices Day 2020

December 5, 2020

Word is Bond Rap Radio has a special episode of the show tomorrow for All Women’s Voices Day on 94.9 fm Radio Western. Hosted by my wife, it features interview clips and great music from some amazing female emcees and DJs. Tune in at 1:30 pm [Keep Reading]

Yo-Yo on Women in Hip-Hop 10

March 19, 2020

This is the fourth and final part of Women in Hip-Hop 10, our annual special celebrating International Women’s Day. In this show, we have an in-depth interview with hip-hop legend, Yo-Yo and spin a set of her music. Brown Skin Lady spins a [Keep Reading]

Women in Hip-Hop 1988 (WIHH 10 Show #3)

March 11, 2020

This is the third part of Women in Hip-Hop 10, our annual special celebrating International Women’s Day. In this show, we look closely at the tenth year rap music was recorded, 1988, and all the female emcees you could hear that year. DJ [Keep Reading]

Sa-Roc & Kathy Iandoli on WIHH 10

March 8, 2020

This is the second part of Women in Hip-Hop 10, our annual special celebrating International Women’s Day. In this show, we have an in-depth and exclusive interview with Sa-Roc and play some of her amazing music. We also talk with Junii, who [Keep Reading]

StaHHr in Her Own Words (WIHH 9)

March 15, 2019

We celebrated International Women’s Day with eight hours of great radio shining a spotlight on hip-hop’s better half. Today, we have StaHHr hosting the show and telling her story and some great female-fronted hip-hop mixed by Chase [Keep Reading]

WIHH 9 – DJ Rachel and Boog Brown

March 11, 2019

We celebrated International Women’s Day last week with an extended edition of Word is Bond Rap Radio. 8 hours of content shining a spotlight on hip-hop’s better half. This is the second of four specials of the radio broadcast. It [Keep Reading]
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