john monds

This is not going to be nice.  What’s up Wendy?  Did you really have to go there?  I’ve known Wendy since the mid 80’s when we both worked for the same New York station.  She was always good people, but when she got somewhat nasty toward some entertainers, she blew up.   I’m wondering if this […]

In 1996, the late Whitney Houston recorded “I Believe in You and Me” for the soundtrack to the movie, “The Preacher’s Wife”.   The original version came out in tonight’s Flashback year, 1983, from the Four Tops.   It wasn’t a monster hit for the group, but if you like the voice of Levi Stubbs, check it […]

Years ago, my now 25 year old son decided that he wanted to make music for a living.  I always told him it was a hobby until he got a check.  Last year, he signed with Wind Up records as a writer.  With that signing came checks and no longer will I ever consider what he […]

Hip Hop legends Salt N Pepa talks to John about female rappers, the state of hip hop and thier legacy as pioneers in the game. Click here to get full interview.

D.L. talks politics, relationships, and his latest projects. If you’ve seen him live lately, he even explains his theory for Shhh….For the Love. Click here for the interview.