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We celebrate one year of AZ hip hop being on FM radio thanks to Worst Case Radio (Thursdays, 10PM/93.9FM & Q106.7FM). This line-up is super awesome and only made up of some of the best in Arizona including RoQy' TyRaiD, Bob Domestic, Worst Case Scenario, Trap House and more! Food drive for entry (5 items) to St. Mary's Food Bank or $10 donation to independent radio. Going down Saturday, June 21st @ The Big Fish Pub in Tempe, AZ. 21+ ONLY. Starts at 7PM!
Worst Case Scenario Productions brings you OTHAWORDS Record Release "The Dick Tracey Chronicles" Live performance by: Othawords Worst Case Scenario Productions Odie McVerity Gods & Monsters Prophetiko Radio Friendly (Puritan & Unfiltered) Pinnacle NMERCER (On tour from California) Hosted by Rahmun Charles 21+ Only! Doors at 8:00PM! $5/Cover Facebook Event link: https://www.facebook.com/YaYmeeK#!/events/1444073785822490/
RA the Rugged Man - King Magnetic, GQ Nothin' Pretty, Gods & Monsters, DM RA the Rugged ManMySpaceLinksAt 18, R.A. signed with Jive Records and then in the mid-'90s signed with Priority Records/EMI. His contract was later absorbed by Capitol Records but he began recording independently in the early 2000s. He has worked with various artists including the Notorious B.I.G., Mobb Deep, Sadat X, Akinyele, Chuck D of Public Enemy, Jedi Mind Tricks, Kool G Rap, Wu-Tang Clan, Masta Killa, Killah Priest, and producers Trackmasters, Erick Sermon, DJ Quik, Buckwild, Havoc, Alchemist, and Ayatollah. He was featured on all three of Rawkus's Soundbombing albums, as well as the platinum-selling WWF Aggression album, performing the theme song for Chris Jericho. In Ego Trip Vol. 1, Issue 3, the Notorious B.I.G. was quoted as saying, "I thought I was the illest," when referring to R.A. In 2004 he released the album "Die, Rugged Man, Die" on Brooklyn based label Nature Sounds. R.A. has cameos in several music videos including Havoc from Mobb Deep's "I'm the Boss," and Sadat X's "Throw the Ball", Jedi Mind Tricks' "Heavy Metal Kings" and "Old Man" featuring Wu-Tang Clan's RZA, Masta Killa and Ol' Dirty Bastard in one of ODB's final video appearances. In addition to his hip hop career, R.A. wrote a monthly movie column for Mass Appeal Magazine, was a contributor to The Ego Trip Book of Rap Lists (St. Martin's Press) and Ego Trip's Big Book of Racism (HarperCollins), and has written numerous articles for other magazines including Vibe, King, Complex, Rides, and The Source. A horror film fan, R.A. has written three screenplays with cult film director Frank Henenlotter and is writer-producer of a new Henenlotter film, Bad Biology. The film has an original score by Prince Paul, and cameos by Playboy model Jelena Jensen and Penthouse Pet Krista Ayne. R.A. is working on his directorial debut a film documentary based on his family, God Take, God Give.