The show featured interviews with hip-hop stars such as Common
By: Legacy Staff
9 months ago
Reggie Ossé, better known as “Combat Jack,” host of a popular hip-hop podcast, has died from colon cancer at the age of 48, according to multiple news sources.
Osse’ hosted the hip-hop podcast, “The Combat Jack Show.” Originally an internet radio show, the podcast featured many prominent hip-hop personalities as guests. Common, Ice Cube, and RZA had appeared on the show. Osse’ was known for his encyclopedic knowledge of hip-hop.
Osse’ started his career as an entertainment lawyer representing Jay-Z, DJ Clark Kent, and other hip-hop figures. He moved on to become the managing editor for the magazine “The Source.”
Many paid tribute to “Combat Jack” on social media.
Questlove tweeted: Dude. #CombatJack’s Dame Dash vs Just Blaze episodes was a game changer for me. w the exception…
Rapper Redman on Twitter: R.I.P Combat Jack frm the @combatjackshow
One of the Best Radio Shows i ever did ! And you were and still the COOLEST the most DEDICATED radio host, to Help This CULTURE stay A Float ! Thank you for all the knowledge you put me on Jack !
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