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For Ballers Eve Radio - EST. 2003 NYC
'The only radio show comin outta NYC reppin for the dirty south.'
Image of Grip Plyaz @ Webster Hall by Matt McGinley
Ballers Eve started in 2003 and became an iconic underground megaphone introducing NYC to the dirty south. Their show was a staple every Wednesday night, live from the pioneering internet radio station East Village Radio. Uncensored, uncut and untamed.
They were a platform and a doorway for artists into NYC before southern hip hop's rise into the mainstream. Breaking artists like Yelawolf, Trinidad Jame$, Freddie Gibbs, Big Krit, ASAP Rocky (including his first interview), Key! and 21 Savage. Their resume of guests include Big Boi, Three 6 Mafia, Killer Mike, Pastor Troy and the late greats Doe B (RIP) and Grip Plyaz (RIP) among others while supplying music for Supreme events and holiday party's with Three 6 Mafia, Chief Keef, Mobb Deep, SahBabii and more.
As DJ's, Ballers Eve continues to play live events at SXSW, A3C, CMJ and Fader Fort while providing the soundtrack for brands like Supreme, HUF, Nike, Puma and Vans.
BALLERS EVE PLAYA.