“We’re coming into your homes, but really, you’re coming into our world.”
– Stretch Armstrong, NPR Podcast Host
In the 1990’s, two late-night college radio DJs in New York introduced a generation to the future greats of hip-hop.
The Stretch and Bobbito Show is considered the most pivotal shows in rap history, helping to launch the careers of Nas, Biggie, Wu-Tang, Jay Z, Eminem and many others.
In August 2018, the duo will reunite at the mic for their second season on NPR’s podcast, What’s Good With Stretch And Bobbito, bringing their knack for discovery and understanding of culture to art, fashion, sports, music and politics. With their signature authenticity, edge and contagious humor, Stretch and Bobbito will bring together voices from across the creative community.
Through their show and digital presence, Stretch and Bobbito’s culture podcast expands NPR’s line-up of successful, cross-platform programming, and brings listeners and sponsors a new NPR sound.