The show originally aired on WKCR 89.9 FM, a college radio station based in New York City. It became known for showcasing underground and up-and-coming hip-hop artists, including many who later became major stars in the industry. The show played a significant role in popularizing hip-hop and helping to introduce the world to now-legendary artists such as Nas, Jay-Z, The Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, and many others.
DJ Stretch Armstrong’s contributions to the hip-hop scene have earned him a well-deserved reputation as a tastemaker and curator of emerging talent. His work on the radio show and as a DJ in various clubs contributed to the growth and diversification of hip-hop culture.
Apart from his radio career, DJ Stretch Armstrong has also been involved in music production and collaborated with other artists. His impact on the hip-hop community is still felt today, and his legacy remains strong.