STAR encourages the Twitter haters, breaks down the “Love & Hip Hop” finale, supports Magic Johnson and his gay son, talks about the black mother who slapped the wrong kid at school and takes live calls from smoked-out viewers.
Radio legend Troi Torain (STAR) always delivers hard-hitting objective truth. As a culture critic he is vicious, as a businessman he is relentless, as a luminary he is un-matched.
Considered radio pioneers by many, Star & Buc Wild have set precedents on the urban landscape and were recently inducted into News One’s “Top 20 Black Radio Jockeys Of All Time.”
Star & Buc Wild made the national stage on MTV (1999) but it was their radio show on New York’s Hot 97 (2000 – 2003) that secured their place in Hip-Hop history.
Star & Buc Wild’s resume includes The Source magazine, MTV Networks, Hot 97, Power 104.1, Power 105.1, Pulse 87, Hip-Hop Weekly magazine, Vladtv, Thisis50, 100.3 The Beat and shot97.com and VH1 (Reality Television).