Miami Hip Hop Artist to Appear on BPD Show Friday
MIAMI and BOSTON — Hip Hop Artist Bottles Belafonte will appear on The Benjamin Dixon Show on Friday, April 17th at 8:05 a.m. EST. The Boston-based, eponymous radio show is news commentary from a progressive perspective. The interview, which will take place during the show’s “Freedom Friday” segment, will center around Belafonte’s backstory and the genesis of his current musical theme.
“We’re looking forward to talking with Bottles Belafonte, a young brother in the music game that’s about more than sex, money, and the false narratives that the media tries to portray through hip hop,” Dixon said.
The show’s theme will begin at 7:30 a.m. EST with a discussion about the current plight of the middle class, which may not be an upbeat way to close the show. As a host, Dixon is “cautiously idealistic yet reasonably pragmatic”, but as hopeful for the future as he may be, Dixon isn’t afraid to tackle the issues of today. Belafonte is a welcome addition as a way to end the week on an upbeat topic.
Belafonte, an independent Miami rapper, released the first single from his upcoming album, “Message In A Bottle” earlier this week. The song titled, “Love Matters” featuring Anita Will and Bobby Pheenix, garnered more than 1,000 views in the first days of the video’s YouTube release.
“We are overwhelmed by the response,” Belafonte said. “It’s all love.”
Belafonte’s interview will air live beginning at 8:05 a.m. EST on Friday, April 17th. Listeners can tune in here: www.thebenjamindixonshow.com by clicking the red “LIVE” button. Call into the show by dialling 857.600.0518.