NEITHER WORLD RADIO 03/11/10: “B.I.G. R.I.P.” 20 Episodes Deep

Posted: March 13, 2010 by mega7981 in ! NEITHER WORLD RADIO

*Sorry for the late post, I’m a fix the grammar and text later but the files are up…


Meno from Mount Vernon! Thanx for showin love on Neither World Radio. The squad appreciates the love It’s peeps like you that keep us doin what we do! SPread the word homie, IT’S ALL LOVE!

Carlos Verdugo aka Solrac What up kid, thanx for running for me on the bases homie!

Dj Ron Lee aka Leezy aka Sleezy aka Dj Donkey Punch lol for coming through last week and blessin the tables and dropping some insight on your hustle and your momma insults lol.

Enreck One & Cestoh Project I clothing. get your gutter gear y’all especially the new filthy tees.

My apologies for the late update. I got caught up on the work week and exhaustion is the reason for the delay. I couldn’t even rock the tables. But having two Dj comrades in Dj Playmaker & Dj Noez backing me up by always being consistent in dropping mixes every week, we have been able to almost break 10,000 hits word.

So for this week were just gonna keep it chill since we had a guest last week but realized were 20 episodes deep. Time flys since I first wanted to start this site and I just want to say THANK YOU to y’all checking who are checking out the ghetto ass neitherworld radio blog site lol. Where wires are tangled, every plug outlet is utilized, turntables are busted with a mixer thats on it’s period, 40 bottles of Mickeys and Popa Johns all day.

So with this weeks episode i wanna give shine to Dj Playmaker and Dj Noez by posting their Bios and contact, as well as do our part to remember the Notrious B.I.G. through Playmakers mix. Word Up!


Text is from wikipedia

Rapping career

Wallace began rapping when he was a teenager. He would entertain people on the streets with his rapping as well as perform with local groups, the Old Gold Brothers and the Techniques.[2] After being released from prison, Wallace made a demo tape under the name Biggie Smalls, a reference to his childhood nickname and to his stature; he stood at 6’3″ (1.90 m) and weighed as much as 300 to 380 pounds according to differing accounts.[11] The tape was reportedly made with no serious intent of getting a recording deal, but was promoted by New York-based DJ Mister Cee, who had previously worked with Big Daddy Kane, and was heard by the editor of The Source magazine.[10]

In March 1992, Wallace featured in The Source’s Unsigned Hype column, dedicated to aspiring rappers and was invited to produce a recording with other unsigned artists, in a move that was reportedly uncommon at the time.[12] The demo tape was heard by Uptown Records A&R and record producer, Sean “Puffy” Combs, who arranged for a meeting with Wallace. He was signed to Uptown immediately and made an appearance on label mates, Heavy D & the Boyz’ “A Buncha Niggas” (from the album Blue Funk).[2][13]

Soon after signing his recording contract, Combs was fired from Uptown and started a new label.[14] Wallace followed and in mid-1992, signed to Combs’ new imprint label, Bad Boy Records. On August 8, 1993, Wallace’s long-term girlfriend gave birth to his first child, T’yanna.[15] Wallace continued selling drugs after the birth to support his daughter financially. Once this was discovered by Combs, he was made to quit.[2]

Wallace gained exposure later in the year on a remix to Mary J. Blige’s single “Real Love”, under the pseudonym The Notorious B.I.G., the name he would record under for the remainder of his career, after finding the original moniker “Biggie Smalls” was already in use.[16] The letters in “B.I.G.” apparently do not stand for anything. “Real Love” peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was followed by a remix of Blige’s “What’s the 411”.

He continued this success, to a lesser extent, on remixes with Neneh Cherry (“Buddy X”) and reggae artist Super Cat (“Dolly My Baby”, also featuring Combs) in 1993. In April 1993, his solo track, “Party and Bullshit”, appeared on the Who’s the Man? soundtrack.[15] In July 1994, he appeared alongside LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes on a remix to label mate Craig Mack’s “Flava in Ya Ear”, reaching #9 on the Hot 100.

For More info….



About DJ Playmaker

The story of Marcus Brewster aka DJ Playmaker reads like this:

years experience- 4 yrs

how did it start- He just learned by observing many club & house party dj’s who rocked a party

Favorite genres to spin- Early 90’s hip hop & r&b, but he can play the top 40 if needed

Places he spun at:  Club Rewind (Whittier, Ca), Zing’s (Fullerton, Ca), Pac 10 tournement (Los Angeles, Ca), Club 220 @ Radisson Hotel (Whittier, Ca), Steve’s BBQ (Whittier, Ca), Red Room (W. Covina, Ca), Plus many house parties in the Southern Califonia area

His influences: Jam Master Jay (rest in power), DJ Clue, DJ Green Lantern

His mentors (DJ D-Side & Plan B), Rock- 1, Ron G.

His contacts: brewster


*DJ PLAYMAKER “Biggie Baby” mix




DJ Noez:

-Over 15 years in the DJ game

-Tools of my trade: 2 Technic M5G 1210 Turntables, 1 Rane TM-56 Mixer, 2 SRM 450 v2 Mackie Speakers, Macbook, Serato and tons of Vinyl!

-Affiliations: Bash Brothas, Divine Forces Radio, Neither World Radio

-Style: Hip Hop, and everything in between, versatile as a Mutha Fuck!

Contacts: 626),,


*…name of mix “Mr. Big Shot”…get well soon Guru!!!




  1. playmaker says:

    wikipedia don’t know ish!! B.I.G. stood for Business Instead of Game

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