Today I got to meet up with the one and only Andrew “Kish” Kishino. I have heard some of his music, loved it, and met him through one of the best MC’s Dan-e-o a couple years ago. Kishino has a new t-shirt that says so much with so little.
Yeah, you know you want it! Just contact him by clicking this link RIGHT HERE and order one. Its 100% cotton and made in Los Angeles. They come in sizes Small through Extra Large and are produced by On Blast Designs. Check out and follow Kish on Twitter, Facebook, and of course Youtube. Or you can check IMDB for the realist cat I know.
Andrew Kishino has been featured in video games (GI Joe: The Rise Of Cobra, Kung Fu Panda, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, Mortal Kombat). Cartoons (The LeBrons, GI Joe: Renegades, The Spectacular Spiderman). Announcing and narrating (America’s Got Talent, Best Damn Sports Show Period, E! True Hollywood Story). If you have a TV or play video games you’ve heard him and probably didn’t know. Until now. He’s friggin’ Storm Shadow!
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
“Anything I see in my mind, I can create…” - Green Lantern
I wish he could’ve seen making a good film. Yeah, you all can see where this is going. Like millions of others I have seen Green Lantern and will commence to taking a giant, steaming, Texas sized shit on it. I mean, wow. As I sit here letting this movie sink into my mind I can only ask myself “Who was this film for?”
Surely it wasn’t for fans of Green Lantern the character. Maybe it was for fans of Ryan Reynolds (Smokin’ Aces, Just Friends, Waiting). Because if you really want to see a great Green Lantern film all’s you gotta do is check out Green Lantern: First Flight. Now that was a cool ass flick. This…not so much.
This is the story of Hal Jordan who finds a downed spaceship that has an alien that gives him a ring of great power and its battery. Hal isn’t even kinda shocked to not only find a spaceship but a friggin’ alien. Not afraid of mystery diseases it may have or anything. So he buries it. Yeah. Under a pile of rocks. You cant do that in minutes, people. Trust me. I know. Don’t ask.
Saturday, June 25, 2011
I wanted to get the world pregnant. So I play Luther Vandross So Amazing, Midnight Star Curious, Friends Of Distinction You Got Me Going In Circles, Lenny Williams Cause I Love You, Betty Wright No Pain No Gain, Percy Sledge When A Man Loves A Woman, Freddie Jackson Rock Me Tonight, Gregory Abbott Shake You Down, Roberta Flack Killing Me Softly, Atlantic Starr Secret Lovers, Surface Closer Than Friends, Gap Band Yearning For Your Love, and Etta James At Last. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Feeling like grooving so I play some Kool & The Gang Fresh, Eddie Floyd Knock On Wood, Sam & Dave Hold On I’m Comin’, Ohio Players Love Rollercoaster, Otis Redding & Carla Thomas Tramp, Dyke & the Blazers Let A Woman Be A Woman Let A Man Be A Man, Diana Ross Upside Down, The Commodores Zoom, and Earth Wind & Fire That’s The Way Of The World. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Since I am tired of the terrible movies that have been coming out I decided to try something new. I want to talk about some of my favorite films from when I was a kid. A lot of people grew up loving the John Hughes films. Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Less Than Zero, Pretty In Pink. These are what they normally name when asked about their favorites. Mine has been and will always be Three O’Clock High.
“What the hell is Three O’Clock High?!” you ask?
Monday, June 20, 2011
I felt like playing some good ass hip hop. Hope you all enjoy. X Clan Weapon X, Ice Cube Steady Mobbin’, The Beatnuts Watch Out Now, Blahzay Blahzay Danger, Eric B. & Rakim Juice, WC And The Maad Circle The One, Public Enemy Welcome To The Terrordome, Craig Mack Flava In Ya Ear (Remix), LL Cool J I Shot Ya (Remix), Brand Nubian Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down, Redman Time 4 Sum Aksion, and KRS-One MC’s Act Like They Don’t Know. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Show.
Saturday, June 18, 2011
I watched Super 8 after the urging of a few of my friends who enjoyed the film. I’m not a huge Steven Spielberg fan who produced this or J.J Abrams who directed. I liked Felicity and the latest Star Trek film. Didn’t like Lost or Alias. When I first saw the trailer for this last year I was like “Whoa.” It was just a train car shaking violently and that was it. All I could think was “Whatever the hell is in that thing it better be awesome!”
I’m a huge fan of aliens so when I found out that this was about that I was all excited. But then I remembered J.J Abrams last film with aliens. Yes, Cloverfield. That fucking film made me want to throw up with the amount of shaking in it. So now I’m nervous. Will I get sick? Will I be annoyed? Will I chase Abrams down and box his ears?
Friday, June 17, 2011
In this episode inspired by Njeeeri and with help from Camille, I play some good inspirational and feel good songs. Seal Don’t Cry, Johnny Nash I Can See Clearly Now, Michael Jackson Smile, Otis Redding Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay, Harpers Bizarre The 59th Street Bridge Song, Mike James Kirkland Hang On In There, The Rascals A Beautiful Morning, Bill Withers Love Day, Bob Marley Three Little Birds, Cake Love You Madly, and Des’Ree You Gotta Be. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
I tried to not like this film. I seriously did. I was mad at how much it made when it debuted and couldn’t understand how this movie could pull in so much money with actors who aren’t really known for blockbusters. But I have to admit when I am wrong. Fast Five was pretty good.
Let me state that I refused to watch the third and fourth films. I saw one and two and the second one left a bad taste in my mouth. So it took me a while to give this movie a chance. The premise is pretty basic. Fast cars being used to either steal faster cars or money. In this case its both. It takes place in Brazil and I am terribly upset at the lack of hot Brazilian ass. Too many skinny dames running around wearing nothing doesn’t do a thing for me.
Monday, June 13, 2011
In this very 80’s episode I play Oingo Boingo Weird Science, Patti Smith Because The Night, UB40 Cant Help Falling In Love, Hall & Oates I Cant Go For That, Phil Collins Don’t Lose My Number, Spandau Ballet True, Billy Idol Dancing With Myself, Culture Club I’ll Tumble 4 Ya, Madonna Like A Prayer, and Pet Shop Boys What Have I Done To Deserve This. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Friday, June 10, 2011
Feeling funky and felt like starting the weekend off great. I play some Sly & the Family Stone I Want To Take You Higher, Undisputed Truth Smiling Faces Sometimes, The Pointer Sisters You Gotta Believe, The Meters Cissy Strut, King Floyd Groove Me, James Brown Cold Sweat, Jean Knight Mr. Big Stuff, The Commodores Brick House, Teddy Pendergrass Get Up Get Down Get Funky Get Loose, The Gap Band Oops Upside Your Head, Incredible Bongo Band Apache, Zapp & Roger So Ruff So Tuff, Rick James Give It To Me Baby, and The JB’s Doing It To The Death. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
In this Njeeeri inspired episode I play songs featuring ladies and songs from the 80’s. I start with The Pointer Sisters Neutron Dance, Tiffany I Think We’re Alone Now, Belinda Carlisle Heaven Is A Place On Earth, Cyndi Lauper Good Enough, The Eurhytmics Here Comes The Rain Again, Tina Turner Private Dancer, Bananarama Cruel Summer, Bangles Hazy Shade Of Winter, Patti Labelle New Attitude, Aretha Franklin Freeway Of Love, Vanessa Williams The Right Stuff, Jody Watley Looking For A New Love, Sheena Easton Sugar Walls, Sheila E. A Love Bizarre, and Taylor Dayne Tell It To My Heart. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
I tried for a bit to not see this movie. Had no desire to since just from the trailer I didn’t know if this was part of the previous X-Men films or not. Even after seeing the film I’m still not exactly sure. But what I am sure about is that Magneto is one of the most bad ass characters to ever exist and if you don’t believe it, here’s a coin for you!
The film starts with a flashback of a young Magneto being separated from his family during the Holocaust. Later he is held captive by Kevin Bacon (Every Movie Ever) as Sebastian Shaw. He wants to have young Erik Lehnsherr move a Nazi coin to show his powers. Erik tries and cant. They bring his mom in and Shaw tells him to move the coin in three seconds or his mom gets pumped full of lead. Erik still cant so, bye-bye, mommy! Erik loses his shit and everything metal gets crunched and he kills two guards in the process.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
I decided to pay tribute to rappers from The Bay area. There’s a lot of good ones. Rappin 4 Tay Players Club, Too $hort Gettin’ It, Dru Down Pimp Of The Year, E40 ft. Suga T Sprinkle Me, Keak Da Freak Super Hyphy, N2Deep Back To The Hotel, The Team Bottles Up, Mac Dre I’m Feeling Myself, Souls Of Mischief 93 Til’ Infinity, Digital Underground Freaks Of The Industry, and again Too $hort Blow The Whistle. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Friday, June 3, 2011
I felt like pretending I was Star 98.7 here in Los Angeles in the 90’s. I play Fastball The Way, The Breeders Cannonball, Primitive Radio Gods Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand, New Radicals You Get What You Give, The Wallflowers One Headlight, The Counting Crows Anna Begins, Edwin McCain Solitude, Enigma Return To Innocence, K’s Choice Not An Addict, Marcy Playground Sex & Candy, Blues Traveler The Hook, Dishwalla Counting Blue Cars, Deep Blue Something Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Spin Doctors Two Princes, OMC How Bizarre, Del Amitri Roll To Me, Sister Hazel All For You, and Barenaked Ladies One Week. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.