Planète Rap is originally a French radio show broadcast on Skyrock since 1996 and hosted by Fred Musa.
|First air date||1996|
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Planète Rap presents Rap and R'n'B artists, with lives, freestyles, interviews, backstage, as well as medleys interpreted and chosen by the guest artists. It is a daily program, broadcast from 8pm to 9pm, from Monday to Friday, which devotes an entire week to an artist or a project (compilation releases, events, etc.)
"Planète Rap - La Nocturne" takes place every Friday evening from 00h to 2h. During these two hours French rap songs are broadcast, usually in the presence of a guest. There are also sometimes live freestyles or a presentation of the guests and their musical news.
Between 1996 and 2007, Planète Rap is the (radio) Rap and R'n'B program that has the most audience in the under-25 age group..
A monthly magazine called Planète Rap Mag relay of the radio show, which exists since July 2006. The magazine presents, on about sixty pages, the artists, through interviews, photos, posters, speech cards or even chronicles.
From January 2006, a TV version is broadcast on France 4. In 2006, it is the "only French audiovisual rap program". The show, interrupted on December 8, 2007 on France 4, is then broadcast on France O for a while and then disappears from the antenna. On France 4, the program, which lasted one hour, was broadcast on Saturday evening around 19h. On France Ô, the show was recorded specifically for television and lasted about 30 minutes (there was always freestyle news and new sounds).
Rapper Busta Flex is Planète Rap's first guest in January 199 8; he thus inaugurated this formula which did not welcome any guest before.
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- PAF, Le Zapping du. "[Audiences radios] Skyrock conserve son leadership sur les moins de 25 ans". Le Zapping du PAF (in français).
- "Skyrock - Une déclinaison télévisée de "Planète Rap"". www.radioactu.com.
- "Un humaniste ardent et courtois". L'Humanité (in français). 1995-02-24. Retrieved 2006-05-19.
- "planete rap Archives". Radioactu (in français).
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