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KBBP Radio Stations, Los Angeles based headquarters radio network, welcomes you. Our Firm consist of several broadcast stations that reaches a listening audience of 1 million plus. KBBP genre are Country, Pop, Urban, Soul, Hip Hop, EDM and Gospel. Please browse the above links and to hear your choice of music as well as your favorite recording artist. There are also news updates added whenever it become available.

Our Staff DJs

DJ Marc B. , AOTCB, DJ Latino Girl, and DJ Freakin’ KID are our house specialties. But, we will often serve you with the finest mix of our guest or Top DJs.

About KBBP Radio Stations

Owned and Operated by Brown and Blue Network (a division of BBP). President and CEO, Marc Brown, an very well known executive with the entertainment industry.

Universal Music Group, EMPIRE Announce New Distribution Deal

Universal Music Group announced today it has entered into a multi-year deal with independent distributor EMPIRE, the company founded by San Francisco-based executive Ghazi Shami in 2010. The agreement will cover global distribution for “select artist projects,” according to a press release.

EMPIRE first made its name as a distribution company that catered primarily to hip-hop artists, with a clientele that was largely comprised of young, up-and-coming MCs looking to release a project and veteran rappers releasing work outside the traditional label system. But it quickly saw its reputation bolstered by the quality of its releases — Kendrick Lamar‘s 2011 indie album Section.80 was distributed by EMPIRE, for instance — and the success of its digital-first, extremely nimble flexibility, which has grown in importance as the streaming era has set in.

In the past two years, EMPIRE has also seen success on the charts — and at the Grammys. DRAM and Lil Yachty‘s inescapable 2016 hit “Broccoli,” released via EMPIRE/Atlantic, reached No. 5 on the Hot 100 and landed a best rap/sung collaboration Grammy nom, while Fat Joe and Remy Ma‘s “All The Way Up,” feat. French Montana (RNG/EMPIRE), became Joe’s highest-charting song in a decade and landed Grammy nominations for best rap song and best rap performance in 2017, for instance. More recently, EMPIRE was the company that released XXXTentacion‘s debut album, 17, which landed at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 last fall. That success helped Shami land on Billboard‘s Hip-Hop Power Players and Indie Power Players lists in 2017.