Soulphiction's When Radio Was Boss is a tribute to those magical electromagnetic waves that ruled yesteryear. With that prototypical Pampa percussion and a warm, round bass line combined with some symphonic froth, this track definitely demands airplay. And right in the middle, catch a shout-out from WBAU, the call-sign of the defunct New York radio station that counted members of Public Enemy and hosts of Yo! MTV Raps amongst its staff. The BPM gets cranked down just a bit for "Maybachswagger," which has roller-skating on its mind. A kawaii disco vibe drops in, seducing you onto the rink for a few laidback laps.