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Hunnypot Live #220


Hunnypot Radio was once again jam packed party at the Libertine, as we celebrated Labor Day in style!!

Hot Tub Johnnie kicked the party off with "Can't You See" a new LA blues rock cut from next week's HPR guest The Downtown Train.  He kept the hot tub bubbling with tracks from The Stone Foxes, Frank Ocean, Bob Marley, G-Eazy and many more.

Our first guest Phil Gallo (Billboard) made his second appearance on the show and handpicked a working mans set for the Labor Day celebration.  Some standouts from the Phil's set were Ry Cooder's "No Banker Left Behind", Harry Nilsson "Good Old Desk" and The Del Lords' "How Can A Poor Man Stand Such times and Live".

Our musical guests of the night were hip hop artists Kosha Dillz and E-Train.  Both artists stormed through high energy, aggressive performances…including Kosha Dillz' "Span-Hebrish (Ech Ani Olech)" and E-Trains vicious vocal attack on "Wreck The Disco Tech".  Keep your eyes and ears peeled open to catch when and where these two upcoming artists will be playing.

Closing out the night was DJ Boom Shack who featured a full set of hand selected music and signature cuts from Fembot "I Should Just", Killa Kyleon (feat. Mac Miller) "Come On Baby" and Sak Noels'  fantastic new party single "Loca People".

The 220th Hunnypot Radio Sing - A - Long was "Summer Of '69" by Bryan Adams.

Special thanks to our guests...

Phil Gallo (Billboard), Kosha Dillz, E-Train, Michael Silverstein (Talent House), Lindsay Nourse, Marvin Bonilla, Juice, Larken Phillips, Starvon Washington, Kuwanna Moore, Daniel Manteca, DJ DONT, Trevor McNamee, Joe Stopps, Lesley McNamee, Whitney Bisplinghuff, Erin Citti, Carleigh Herbert, Sarah Smiles, Lombar Longagmani, Namky, Cisko, John Fulford, Don Albert, Betsy Bergman, Joe Devenney and many more!




Our next guest is Phil Gallo (Senior Correspondent, Billboard) and a longtime veteran music industry writer/editor at Daily Variety and Variety and co-author of Record Store Days with music supervisor Gary Calamar. During his time as a writer/editor Phil was lead on reviewing all things; music, theater, TV & film and many other industry related headlines. Now as Senior Correspondent for Billboard, he cover's film and TV as it relates to the music industry. A lover of great wine and good music, we can assure that Phil's second dip as DJ in the Hot Tub will be an exciting one!




Rami Matan Even-Esh (??????: ??? ??? ???-??), better known by his stage name Kosha Dillz, is an American rapper and world class improv artist that has recieved major attention for his dedication to success. He has played every kind of gig, ranging from shows with Rza of the Wu Tang Clan and Matisyahu, to the Legendary Yo Gabba Gabba childrens show. He is most known for his ability to improv in front of thousands of people an rap in hebrew and spanish combined.

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Raised in Chicago, Erich “E-TRAIN” Malo has always been known for his obsession with breakdancing, beat-boxing, and party rapping.  Growing up with a twin sister classically trained as a dancer and choreographer,  E-TRAIN was constantly surrounded  by music and dance.  Despite his artistic bent, E-TRAIN majored in business but when his mother Roxane Malo tragically passed away during his freshman year, young Erich’s passion for music and art blossomed and he transformed into the artist the world knows today as E-TRAIN.


Last modified on Tuesday, 07 December 2021
  • Playlist

    Hunnypot Radio #220

    Thee Nullify Family – Surgeon General Warning


    The Downtown Train - Can't You See

    The Stone Foxes - Psycho

    Slade - My Oh My

    Bob Marley - Forever Loving Jah Dub

    Frank Ocean - Thinking About You

    Chris Brown - Ladies Love Me (feat. Justin Bieber)

    G-Eazy - Runaround Sue (feat. Greg Banks)

    CSS - Hit's Me Like A Rock (Dillon Francis Remix)

    Talking Heads - Psycho killer (Drop Out Orchestra Rework)



    Shinobi Ninja - Don't Know Me (Whatever feat. EMC2)

    Mat & Kim feat. Soulja Boy & Andrew W.K. - I'm A Goner

    Shunda K feat. Cindy Wonderful - Here I Am To Save The World

    King Fantastic - D-Boy Stance (feat. Anacron)

    Holy Ghost! - Some Children

    Drake - Headlines

    South Rakkas Crew - Renegade Rasta

    Tittsworth - Molly's Party (DJ Wool Remix)


    The Mattson 2 - Mexican Synth

    The Del-Lords - How Can I Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live

    Ry Cooder - No Banker Left Behind

    Lee Dorsey - Work Work Work

    Tom Waits - Barber Shop

    Dave Alvin - Gary, Indiana 1959

    The Clash - Koka Kola

    Charles Bradley - Why Is It So Hard?

    The Crystals - Uptown

    Harry Nilsson - Good Old Desk

    Paul Simon - Rewrite

    Louie Armstrong - Big Butter And Egg Man



    Kosha Dillz - Everything Is Kosha (Live)

    Kosha Dillz - Span-Hebrish (Ech Ani Olech) (Live)



    E-Train - My Drop Sick (Live)

    E-Train - Wreck The Disco Tech (Live)

    --E-TRAIN (RAP-UP)--


    Fembot - I Should Just

    Purity Ring - Belispeak

    Mr. Little Jeans - Angel (RAC Mix)

    Tokyo Police Club - All My Friends

    Killa Kyleon (feat. Mac Miller) - Come On Baby (Prod. By Cookin' Soul)

    DJ Sam Sneak - Lay It Down Feat. Meek Mill Young Breed & Ace Hood (Main)

    Flo Ridah - Good Feeling (Prod. Dr. Luke and Avici)

    Sak Noel - Loca People (Radio Edit)


    Bryan Adams - Summer Of '69 (Sing-A-Long)

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