Code of the Streets weekly Saturday mix show live on Ujima Radio 98fm in Bristol online www.ujimaradio.com hosted by DJ Style bringing the hottest cuts in Hip Hop, Trap, Grime, RnB Afrobeats, Soul & Dancehall. Listen back to last weekends show with Snoop Dogg, Blade Brown Ft. Giggs, Angie Stone, Kojo Funds, Nas, Mary J Blige plus many more, tune in every Saturday 8-10pm.
Sadly July Bristol loss two iconic figures from the local music fraternity, on 10th July Charles Augustus Bryan aka Delroy Ogilvie, one of the foundation members of Black Roots sadly died, he had been suffering from ill health, but his passing was unexpected. Then a week later on 17th July Joshua Moses (Stanley Bailey) also loss his life after being diagnosed with cancer last year. These two musician have played a major part in establishing the Bristol reggae music scene, and there influence and impact is recognised locally and throughout the world, there deaths will be a sad loss to all who knew them and everyone who have listen to their music.
On Friday 26th July on Ujima Radio we dedicated a two radio programme in tribute of their memory, and in recognition of the impact they made throughout the city with there music and the legacy that will remain for years to come.
One of UK’s raising talent Yxng Bane joined DJ Style on Code of the Streets following the release of The HBK Mixtape and modelling campaign with Timberland 45 Anniversary. Listen to the full interview on Ujima Radio.
As part of Black History Month celebration on Ujima Radio, Code of the Streets invited DJ James90 to put down a Old Hip Hop guest mix for the 1st hours, featuring the likes of Lakim Shabazz, KRS 1. Grandmaster Flash & Furious. The 2nd hour includes new music from India Arie, Ella Mai, Donaeo, NAO plus many more.
This months edition of the Old School Weekend on Ujima Radio with DJ Style, we bring you two hours of classics from the 00’s 90’s 80’s and some rare grooves from the 70’s. Hip Hop anthems from 2Pac, Heavy D & The Boyz, RnB Classics from Intro, Mary J Blige & Aaron Hall, the best of the 80′ with Tanna Gardiner, Keith Sweat & Lillo Thomas. Plus something from the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin and a real gem from Jean Carne.