Stretch and Bobbito have been on the airwaves since the early 90s, introducing the world to some of the first songs and interviews with some of hip-hop's biggest artists ever, including Nas, Biggie, Jay-Z, Wu-Tang, Big Pun, and the Fugees. Standing as hosts of arguably the most important radio show for hip-hop, welcomed countless unsigned and undiscovered hip-hop artists on air for eight years .
Now, Stretch and Bobbito are sharing priceless footage, freestyles, and new exclusive interviews with many of the artists they once hosted on their radio show for an impressive documentary entitled, Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives. The doc stands as an encyclopedia of where rap was, where rap is, and where rap is going. Their late night program not only had a cult following in the art and fashion world, but also stood as the seminal platform for up and coming hip-hop legends, including Nas who notes Stretch and Bobbito show as being played in the background while he penned Illmatic. All would loyally tune in for the humor just as much for the exclusive tunes.
Watch the trailer below, and rent or by the documentary now via stretchandbobbito.com/film