The Rhyme

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The Rhyme
The rhyme.png
Broadcast area off-air
Branding xL The Rhyme
Slogan Hip Hop from Day 1
Frequency XM 65
Format Classic Hip-Hop
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner XM Satellite Radio
Website therhyme.xmradio.com

The Rhyme was the name of XM Satellite Radio's uncensored Classic Hip-Hop channel. The executive producer of the channel was Snoop Dogg. [1] This was one of five channels to have an xL marking, which indicates frequent language.

The format was scrapped on November 12, 2008 as part of the Sirius/XM merger, and this paved for Sirius XM to launch its temporary Christmas music channels. The format was brought back with Sirius's BackSpin on January 15, 2009.

Featured Shows[edit]

  • Spitkicker Radio
  • DJ D-Sharp : Mo' Knock Radio
  • DJ Kam's Rap Attack
  • DJ Shame: Vinyl Reanimations
  • DJ Woody Wood: Rap Explosion!
  • Dennis Blaze: BACKYARD BOOGIE
  • Dig A Little Deeper
  • Funkregulata Celo/Dj Bee
  • The Rhymeline with KB
  • Prince Paul's The Ill Out Show
  • Subsoniq Classix

Featured artists on this channel: Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Run DMC, Boogie Down Productions, Public Enemy, De La Soul, and A Tribe Called Quest.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "XM SATELLITE RADIO "PROMOTES" SNOOP DOGG TO EXECUTIVE PRODUCER" (Press release). XM Satellite Radio. 2005-12-08. Retrieved 2007-03-22. 

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