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The Pro Flow Fo-Sho Show
Hosted by MaD MaXxx

Catch The Pro Flow Fo-Sho Nitro Edition every day from 10 - 11 AM EST.

The Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show originated in the winter of 2003 and debuted accordingly on WZIP 88.1 FM in Akron Ohio, the hometown of LeBron James.  MaD MaXxx had not yet developed into the veteran rhyming DJ but practiced and completed his training in order to secure a summer slot on-air.  After obtaining a slot, NuJam (M3 Records C.E.O.) suggested the distinct "Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show" title due to his solo artist's unmatchable lyrical pro delivery.  The idea was also to give the audience a constant tongue-twister that was somewhat fun to say & hear.  Things at WZIP halted when MaXxx was finally given a choice (after months of pressure) to either "water down" his presentation to match the styles of his co-workers, or give up his spot.  MaXxx's first and second albums then became prophetic.  No Compromise was the answer, and the Pro Flow Show moved to the internet to satisfy the demand of his rapidly growing audience.  We asked MaD MaXxx about his departure from WZIP and the Pro Flow ideology.  "No one wants to see you shine.  But that is what makes the story behind the music.  I was told at my first real recording session that some lines I said were at the pro level.  Now everything I say is Pro Flow."

The new "Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show" Nitro Edition provides listeners with various forms of entertainment ranging from theatrical audio productions of every genre of music to intellectually stimulating, precise, unscripted word schemes and industry critiques from the host, MaD MaXxx. MaD MaXxx is one of the top underated indepenent recording artist & radio DJ's. The new Pro Flow Show "Nitro Edition" broadcasts marketing tips and industry interviews. As with his personal music endeavors, MaD MaXxx caters his PG-13 “Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show” to public opinion rather than curving content to appease the accountable. The show has a strong hip hop origin.

Listen and look out for the upcoming raw uncut after hour radio show featuring the music of Cali platinum producer Mike Mosley and hosted by Ohio's own Mike Mosley a.k.a. MaD MaXxx. The playlist will include music from Tupac, E-40, Spice 1, The Outlawz, Yukmouth, WC, B-Legit, Gino Mack, Duce, Mac Mall, Mr. Underwood, TQ, Richie Rich, Lil Zane, Young Siph, the Golden Child, ManiM & of course, MaD MaXxx.

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Published on: 2004-12-05 (1947 reads)

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