DJ Klyph is a staple of the Portland scene consistently providing support to the local Hip-Hop community through radio and live events. With the Klyph Notes podcast he extends that support bringing listeners in depth interviews and behind the scenes content featuring difference makers and individuals from all over the world making a positive impact on their communities.
PDX Black Excellence
I believe a combination of selflessness and being the change he wanted to see helped my guest create an organization that in a very short time has touched so many parts of Portland black culture. It's so dope to see how it's grown and become a go to location for connection and community. Listen to the how it all started, navigating a new city and plans for the future with my guest, founder of PDX Black Excellence, Ralen Jones on episode 112 of the Klyph Notes podcast.
I love great production and Portland has a number of producers that speak to my ear. My first guest of 2021 is one of those, but I learned his craft is much deeper than that. We speak on why he titled his first release "Colorblind", his goal to work with all the members of Sandpeople and the importance of using his platform to speak on injustices. Such a great way to kick off the podcast this year! Enjoy episode #111, my conversation with Surebert on this episode of the Klyph Notes podcast
Ending the year with this dope episode, an interview with someone who's probably worked with some of your favorite artists, but you wouldn't know it unless you read the album credits. His most recent release "Inspired By True Events" is a thought provoking project speaking on life and was itself impacted by the challenges of 2020. Excited to share this episode of the Klyph Notes podcast, episode #110, featuring Tenacity.
A foundation of lyricism and style over great production is what the self titled project presents. Hear the story of how the crew came together and built into the greater collective with my guests family Mani Draper, Brookfield Duece and DJ D-Dharp. It's Eastshore Highway on this hilarious episode of the Klyph Notes podcast.
Emcee Sa-Roc passed through the Neighborhood to speak on her latest release The Sharecropper's Daughter, her first full length on the Rhymesayers Entertainment label. Peep WTTN Guests Revisited.
Making the transition from the DC/Philadelphia scene to Portland he's quickly made himself known to the community like managing traffic at The Numberz FM and has become someone I admire. There's so much we in this episode, but we'll for sure need to do a part 2. Peep my conversation with DJ Ambush on episode #109 of Klyph Notes.
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PDX Hip Hop (And more) at its Finest!
A bangin’ podcast. As a Portland resident for 17+ years and a hip hop-hop junkie for waaaaay longer, I’ve witnessed the ups and downs of said genre in this city. DJ Klyph is one of the few hip-hop curators in the 503 still dedicated to the craft. I’ve been hyped to hear some dope in-depth interviews with some of my favorite PDX players in the game and always stoked to build my knowledge more. Much love.
Real talk, this is one of the best podcast I have ever listen to. Talk about keeping it 100. I love it. Now sharing the podcast
Shouts to Klyph
Klyph does a great job shining a light on the underrated Portland Hip-Hop scene. He’s a great interviewer, and his positive energy and passion comes through every show. Well done!