The Turn't Table

ACTIVE FM  |  Podcast , ±55 min episodes every 1 week  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
HipHop has become the biggest genre in the world, but it is not just a genre of music, it is a CULTURE and is still somewhat an untapped market.

HipHop infiltrates and influences many different facets of our lives. It influences the way people talk, dress etc. It has a major impact on the sound of the time and even influences some peoples thought patterns and opinions.

Not only do our Turn't Table presenters provide great music, but they also delve into and discuss:
the inception, the history, upcoming artists, album/ song reviews, album/ song lyrical breakdowns, DJ battles, current events and rumours.

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Rappers Turn't Actors

This episode is dedicated to rappers that have displayed diversity in talent and skill by going into the acting world sometimes surprising people with how well they perform.

Forgotten Artists

Being forgotten as an artist can be very devastating, one moment you're at the prime of your life and 2 minutes late no one cares about you. Here are some artist who people forgot about.


A show about one of the most notorious rappers in the industry Snoop Dogg, also temporarily known as Snoop Lion is known for being more than just a "rapper".

The Rap God

The Turn't Table presenters have a discussion about rap mogul and self proclaimed "rap god" Eminem also known as Slim Shady.

Boyz N The Hood

Hip Hop Biopics is the discussion of the day, bringing light to the world of Hip-Hop and some behind the scenes action of rapper's lives.

Ruff Ryders

Ruff Ryders began as the managers of DMX and The LOX. In 1997, through Def Jam A&R Irv Gotti, Def Jam signed Ruff Ryders artist DMX. Following DMX's signing to Def Jam, Ruff Ryders was launched as a record label.

I'm A Bad Boy

Bad Boy Entertainment is an American record label founded in 1993 by rapper Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs. It operates as an imprint of Epic, a division of Sony. It has been home to many artists, including Craig Mack, The Notorious B.I.G., Faith Evans, 112, Total, The LOX, Ma$e, Shyne and Carl Thomas

No Cash Limit

No Limit Records was an American record company founded by Master P.
The label included artists such as Snoop Dogg, Mercedes, Silkk the Shocker, Mystikal, Mia X, Mac, C-Murder, Magic, Romeo Miller, Fiend, Kane & Abel, and Soulja Slim.

Welcome To Deathrow

The Turn't Table gives us insight into the famous or infamous label Heathrow that had some of the most notorious artists such as: Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, Suge Knight and more.

Ruthless Boys

Ruthless Records founded by Rapper Eric "Eazy E" Wright also home to some of the notorious rappers such as Ice Cube and Dr Dre.

Def Jam

Def Jam, famous for being the best record label any hip hop artist/ rapper would sign to so much so that they wouldn't, entirely care about the money.
Def Jam has ever since lost that image and is trying to get it back.

Battle Of The Babes

One of the female rap veterans, Lil Kim, goes off in a beef against Nicki Minaj , who apparently Stole her flow. Nicki however claims that she was paying homage and, not trying to imitate her in any way.

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