Meaning behind some of the words and sayings from the Stretch & Bobbito show (Video)

‘Hoppo’. ‘Honolulu’. ‘Bananas’. ‘A taste of cadbury’. *’89 Tek 9′. Only if you were a loyal listener of the Stretch & Bobbito 90’s radio show will you get these terms…

*The frequency that the show was located on was 89.9, thus >> 89Tek9

Stretch And Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives (Cassette Tape 3/94)

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Finally got the chance to watch the documentary last Friday up in Harlem and i’m glad i did. Brought back lotta memories of staying up Thursday nights taping all of the madness that Stretch & Bobbito were serving. After the show they had a bit of a Q&A with one of the producers (Omar Acosta) of the documentary, and one of the questions was “would there ever be another radio show to come along and make the same type of impact like Stretch&Bob”. The answer was NO, New York itself has changed too much and with the internet there’s no reason for kids to stay up late and not miss out on the exclusives. I totally agree with that. I’m just glad i got to grow up in that time frame.

Anyway, for all those that still rock with a cassette or two here’s a special limited edition episode from the time vaults, March of 1994 to be exact that you can purchase over at UGHH. Go back in time and enjoy a special time that will never be replicated.

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Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives (Concert/Film Screening)

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The dynamic duo Stretch & Bobbito have a 25th anniversary concert/film screening coming up August 16th at Central Park’s Summerstage. I know i’ll definitely be in the place to be for this one. For more details click HERE.