Legendary radio host Colby "Colb" Tyner takes us back to where it all started with the biggest names in the music business and the world. Each episode is a narrative journey and in-depth conversation with the men and women that shaped hip hop. Colby is an accomplished on-air talent best known for his compelling interviews with Jay-Z, Will Smith, Quincy Jones, President Obama, President Clinton, and more.
A Tribe Called Quest
One of Hip Hop's most iconic groups A Tribe Called Quest. Colby takes you on a ride through their career from humble beginnings to eventual break up and tragic death of Phife. You will hear exclusive interviews with the group and from their A&R.
Chuck D from Public Enemy
Colby sits down with the iconic music legends Chuck D from the historically significant group Public Enemy as they discuss all aspects of his career. In addition Colby shares classic interviews with Chuck D. Public Enemy is one of the most unique bands of all time. You will learn how they got started, survived and thrived.
Jay-Z: 10 Years In
This is the third of three Backstory Podcasts on Jay-Z. In this episode Colby explores Jay'Z after the Blueprint albums, his retirement and Black Album, the R Kelly debacle, his Def Jam Presidency up to his triumphant return album Kingdome Come. Colby shares exclusive interviews during this time period. This is the Backstory of Jay-Z: 10 Years in.
12 albums plus and millions sold. Its the 27th anniversary in the career of Fat Joe. An MC from the birthplace of Hip Hop the Bronx. In this episode host Colby Colb shares numerous interviews he's had with Joe throughout his career. An artist who broke the mold of success in the very competitive Hip Hop industry you will learn his Backstory. As a bonus Fat Joe is an exceptional storyteller.
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
This Black Music Month in our legacy episodes of the Backstory Podcast its the greatest producing duo in music history. Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis the iconic producing team discuss their career journey from members of Prince's group The Time to tremendous success as producers. 100 Gold and Platinum albums, 41 Top ten hits, 17 POP number one songs, 26 Urban number ones.
Hip Hop's Greatest Storyteller Slick Rick
The greatest storyteller in the history of Hip Hop Slick Rick, he came onto the scene with two of the most iconic songs The Show and La Di Da Di. Wanting to do his own thing he goes solo, drops a classic debut album that goes platinum. On top of the world with money, fame and tremendous success he lost it all after a family situation took a tragic turn sending him to jail. This one moment would haunt him for decades even after his release and new success...