Stretch & Bobbito Are Raising Money For A Documentary About NYC Rap’s Most Important Radio Show

Yo, I wish I was living in New York City when Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito were breaking acts like Wu-Tang, Nas and Mobb Deep on WKCR FM on Columbia University’s radio station. The show consisted of the two legendary hip-hop aficionados introducing unsigned MCs to the world.

Now, the duo want to share their classic experiences and interviews in a new documentary titled Radio That Changed Lives. But they need your help to bring it to fruition.

“Peace! Stretch and Bobbito here, 25 years after our first WKCR broadcast. We’re amped to share the history of our landmark show in a feature length documentary titled STRETCH AND BOBBITO: RADIO THAT CHANGED LIVES (www.stretchandbobbito.com). The film, produced by Omar Acosta, was co-produced by us with Kool Bob Love directing and Stretchy music supervising. A classic combo, yo!”

To support the film, visit Kickstarter today.