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music of the 70s, the love for music was born in his heart. Then came Hip Hop the love was even greater and Billy Bloc-O went on to research and figure out ways to be a part of the hip-hop culture. He began to make beats for a local rapper in the South Carolina area. 

In 1997 his older cousin Spigg Nice, from the legendary group The Lost Boyz, came and got Bloc-O (what they called Billy at the time) and took him on tour with them as a road manager. Always visiting radio stations, Bloc-O began to love broadcasting and being behind the music. A few years later he became an intern at a local radio station in Sumter, South Carolina and from there he went on to become an intern in 2005 at WDAI 98.5 Kiss FM in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Within months, the station hired him as an On Air Personality. He developed and produced the #1 4-hour mixshow in that market called the 'Fresh Party' as well as a 1-hour show called 'The Hometown Throwdown' to support local artists. 

Today on Home Team Radio Billy Bloc-O continues his support for independent artists around the globe. Channel Zero Live supports indie Artists, Djs , Models and whatever the Hip Hop culture inspires people to do and be.

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Channel 0 Live Airs Sundays (5pm - 7pm) on www.blogtalkradio.com/hometeamradio

Billy Bloc-O was born in South Carolina. His father was a longtime record store owner in New York City a few years before he was born, so there were a lot of records around to play and listen to. After getting the feel of rhythm and blues, jazz and disco 

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