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For twenty-three years, Minister Faust broadcast to E-Town on CJSR
FM88.5 (triple-dub cjsr.com). In 1991 he launched The Terrordome
(later renamed Africentric Radio), Canada's longest-running global
African news and public affairs programme, for which he interviewed
numerous luminaries. This page presents selected highlights.
E-Town's Touch is an outstanding lyricist and vocalist, a maverick rapper
who refuses to follow the crowd. Here's his conversation with Minister
Faust on the decline of deejaying, regional Canadian hip hop rivalry, and
what James T. Kirk would say if he were busting sucker MCs while on the
mic. Buy his CDs here.
Touch on Klingon Bastards: Parts 1 + 2