For five glorious years, Sunday nights meant one thing -- we were tuned into Hot 104.1, listening to Finsta and DJ Sno drop the best in local, undiscovered hip hop. For two glorious hours, Weezy got a break, and we got to hear the immense talent right in our own backyard, hand-picked by a cou ... More >>
DJ Sno and Finsta.Last night marked the end of a five year run for STL Home Jamz, the Hot 104.1 radio show that promoted independent local hip hop artists. The show went off the air less than 18 hours ago, and already there's a social media movement to bring it back the beloved two hour block ... More >>
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