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Welcome to The Rock926.com.

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An internet radio station broadcasting from London Town to the whole wide world. 

At The Rock926 our aim is to provide an exceptional high quality independant music alternative to commercial radio.

The Rock926 has a fast growing interactive audience. Our vast selection of music and quality D.J’s offers a unique format that commercial radio has yet to provide.

There’s a little something for everyone here at The Rock926. 

Broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in digital stereo. We have non stop music like R&B, Neo-Soul, Jazz, Gospel, Old School, Reggae and much much more.

The Rock926 offers you what most Internet Radio Stations cannot!! So please do not settle for second best, you don't need to - because we are here!

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From Kurt Cobain’s basement tapes to Amy Winehouse’s leftovers, a posthumous release poses ethical problems at the best of times. Even more so when said release is a duet, which may feel ill-judged at worst, weird at best (see: Justin Timberlake teaming up with Michael Jackson). It’s a challenge Faith Evans tackles with class on this 22-track album featuring her late husband’s unmistakable flow – not always nimble but dominating and wry. With vocals smoother than a vat of cocoa butter, Evans moves from poignant duet (Legacy, One in the Same) to Juicy-style sexathon (A Little Romance) alongside him, although – naturally – it lacks a certain improvisation and cohesion. Features from Snoop Dogg and Busta Rhymes are highlights, the latter on the sleek-yet-emotional Somebody Knows, about Biggie’s death and its effects on Evans’ life. Less essential are the spoken interludes from Biggie’s mother, Voletta, on the phone with her daughter-in-law, and ad-libs from the actor who played him in the biopic Notorious. Perhaps these are necessary parts of a release that’s as much about the music as it is honouring a gangster rap