Poyo aka the Hardest Pit in the Litter breaks down his new album 'Sensei' as well as gives up some SUC insight, faves and more!
The Hardest Pit in the Litter reflects on football dreams, playing ball at Yates, George Floyd, DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click and more.
Houston rap has a history of classic songs without videos.
The Screwed Up Click’s legacy in Houston is unmatched. The legends, born from the love of DJ Screw now have a new exhibit at the University of Houston. A collection of memorabilia and personal items were donated to the exhibit including items from Lil Flip and Chris Ward along with promotional items for Big Moe […]
As I float thru the “Twitterverse”, I see all kinds of Houstonians saying #june27th #happybdscrew #screwbday. Robert Earl Davis “DJ Screw” was born July 20th. June 27th was D Mo’s birthday. The classic freestyle got so big, people sometimes get it misconstrued. Think about this… The freestyle was so classic, Drake re did it […]
Today marks the 15 year anniversary that Robert Davis Jr. a/k/a DJ Screw passed away. He was only 29 at the time of his death. DJ Screw is the creator of the Chopped & Screwed DJ technique and recognized as one the most important figures in Southern Hip-Hop history.
If you weren’t at Warehouse Live June 27 you missed a great concert. The line up for June 27 was crazy. Big Pokey, ESG Propain, Lil Keke, C-Note, Lil O,Lil Flip & more hit the stage to put on for Houston and pay homage to DJ Screw, Big Moe & Fat Pat. Check out the […]
Nnete and the Madd Hatta Morning Show interviewed members of the legendary Screwed Up Click who held a reunion concert at House of Blues last week. Check it out.
Robert Davis Jr. a/k/a DJ Screw would have been 40 years old today. He is the creator of the Chopped & Screwed DJ technique and recognized as one the most important figures in Southern Hip-Hop history. Sadly, he passed away November 16, 2000 at the age of 29. He was widely known for his “Screw […]
10 years ago today marks the passing of Robert Earl “DJ Screw” Davis Jr. Founder of the Screwed Up Click which gave birth to many of H-Town’s greatest rappers such as Lil’ Keke, Fat Pat, Big Pokey, ESG, Big Hawk, & The Botany Boys. He was known for his trademark slowed-down mixes also known as […]
97.9 The Box’s Online Editor Tami LaTrell got the chance to chop it up with MC Kane, one of the most notable MC’s in Houston who founded the Frontline Tour, a music showcase featuring the best of Houston’s independent and unsigned talent. This event has generated some major opportunities for artists in Houston and is […]