Jodie Abacus performed exclusively for BFBS, proving he has a big voice and a heart of soul. In this one-hour special Mario Chrisostomou talks through Jodie's musical influences; Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and Talking Heads, growing up in the mean streets of Lewisham, and… putting the hoover round for his mum on a Saturday morning.
Marcel was away this week and Jodie Abacus stepped into co-hosting duties ahead of the release of his debut album! Joining Mikill and Jodie this week was Rukhsana Merrise, who was in the studio to talk about her current single ‘Sober’ and also her new album, which will be released in two parts ‘Child O’ Today’. Legendary spoken word artist Floacist then came through to the studio to talk about her FloVortex nights at Hideaway in Steatham and brought another spoken word artist Broken Pen with her. Finally, Jelani Blackman came by to talk all about his new single ‘Lockjaw’!
Episode 139 - Kamakaze, Isaiah Dreads, Jodie Abacus and House of Hippies
Mikill Pane and Marcel Somerville
Joining Mikill Pane this week was guest co-host Jodie Abacus as well as three fantastic guests. First in the studio the guys were joined by House of Hippies who was pulled into a conversation about why Jessie J was on Chinese X-Factor. Isaiah Dreads was next in the studio to chat all about his new material and how it came about. Rounding off the show was Kamakaze who stuck around long enough to play another of Mikill’s infamous games, Fact or Fiction and find out how many vaginas a Kangaroo really has…
Episode 2 - Chase and Status, Ghostpoet, Teleman, Zak Able, Submotion Orchestra, NZCA Lines and Jodie Abacus
The Summer Of FUBAR
On this week’s show we go to the biggest summer festivals and chat to some of the acts, Jodie Abacus & Zak Able from Love Box, Submotion Orchestra at Citadel. Ghostpoet, Teleman and NZCA line at Standon Calling, Chase and Status during Wireless Festival.