Star & Buc With Combat Jack (Pt 1)
Part One of the interview Star and Bucwild did with Combat Jack!
Osse graduated from Cornell University in 1986. He became a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. there by way of the Kappa Xi chapter. He later received his law degree fromGeorgetown University Law Center. He has represented hip-hop producers and entertainers, such as DJ Clark Kent, Nice & Smooth, Deric “D. Dot” Angelettie, Ski Beats, and others, notably in the Legal Affairs for Def Jam records (1989).
After 12 years of practicing law in the music industry, he retired and wrote Bling, a book documenting hip-hop’s history and fascination with Jewelry. He also served as the Vice President of Audio/Music DVD at MTV Networks.
Osse has blogged for byroncrawford.com, ihiphop.com, xxlmag.com, and his own site – daily-math.com. He began hosting The Combat Jack show (with Dallas Penn, Premium Pete, DJ Benhameen, and AKing) in August 2010.
In early 2011, Reggie Osse accepted the position as an editor for The Source.
Star & Buc Wild have spanned the arenas of radio, television and publishing. In translating their distinctive style-of-no-style to the mainstream, Torain perfected the unique ability to captivate wider, audiences without compromising authenticity.
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 Around The Way Mag, The Source, 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.