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106 and Park is a giddy, spontaneous, and entertaining roller coaster ride through the amusement park of Hip Hop and R&B. The daily, hour long afro-centric journey is a fast paced countdown of the ten top videos voted on and requested by viewers. The live audience filled with screaming teens is touted as the "hottest, latest, and best music video show on the BET cable network."

Named after the E.106 Street and Park Avenue address in Harlem where the show was originally produced, 106 and Park is an iconic program that has been the flagship show on the BET network for over twelve years. Since its inception in September 2000, the show has featured top names in Hip Hop and R&B like Alicia Keyes and taken them from fledgling beginners to major performers in the urban music industry.

The show is a smorgasbord of delectable treats for its young audience. One show might feature a popular artist like Lupe Fiasco there to introduce and discuss his latest project; this might be followed by an interview with someone like Olympic gold medal gymnast, Gabby Douglas. Intermittently during these segments will pop up a music video or some lively banter between the co-hosts or the audience; and then it might jump to something like a hip hop competition featuring young rappers who are viewers of the show. 106 and Park has something for everyone.

Hosted by an attractive boy girl team, 106 and Park has always appealed to and represented the youth and restlessness that is the spirit of the African American teen. Offering advice and providing information, 106 and Park has talked with its audiences about issues like bullying, practicing safe sex, continuing their education, and the devastating effects of AIDS. The cacophony of the music and the squeals of the audience may turn some off, but to others 106 and Park is a place where they can hear the music and the concerns of the black community.

"Nobody's got you like we've got you" is BET network's newest slogan. The phrase is a good fit for the hold 106 and Park has on the hearts and minds of kids in the black community.

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10 Seasons, 347 Episodes - Returning Series
September 11, 2000
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106 and Park Full Episode Guide

  • Freestyle Friday continues on 106 & Park.

  • Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhane Wallis are in the studio to chat about their new film; 'Annie.'

  • Chris Rock is stopping by, with 'SNL' cast members Jay Pharoah, Leslie Jones and Michael Che.

  • Erica Ash from 'Real Husbands of Hollywood' is in the studio.

  • President Obama is giving an exclusive interview. Ferguson Activists speak on how to get involved.

  • Big Tigger Hosts, U.F.F. Battle Returns.

  • Marlon Wayans, Affrion Crocket and Gabriel Iglesias join with Bow Wow and Keshia Chante

  • ASAP Ferg features in a look at Vic Mensa's music.

  • Ashanti sings her new single.

  • Rockie Fresh featured today.

  • Mali Music helps take part in a mardi gras celebration.

  • World Premiere week kicks off with an appearance from Rick Ross.

  • A real hip hop analysis of a song currently on the charts.

  • Featuring Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall and Joy Bryant.

  • Featuring a viewer orientated video countdown.

  • Les Twins, Gabby Douglas, Regina Hall and Imani Hakim

  • DeSean Jackson is todays guest previewing the Super Bowl. Rico Love also performed.

  • A sneak peek of the new episode of 'Being Mary Jane'.

  • A Christmas special featuring Tamar Braxton, Fantasia, Lil Mama and Monica.

  • Meagen Good and Will Ferrell were todays guests.

  • Kevin Hart, Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone talk about their new movie.

  • Featuring a performance from B.o.B.

  • Busta Rhymes and Wonder Broz appeared as 'Young Stars Week' concluded.

  • Tika Sumpter and Justine Skye appear as part of 'Young Stars Week'.

  • Tori Kelly and Markell Clay appear as part of 'Young Stars Week'.

  • Adrian Marcel and Kam feature as part of 'Young Stars Week'.

  • Guest: Sage the Gemini

  • Guests: Meek Mill, Rick Ross, DJ Khaled and B. Smyth

  • Keshia Chanté and Bow Wow were joined by Ja Rule and Adrienne Bailon to talk about their new movie 'I'm In Love with the Church Girl'.

  • Anthony Mackie, Juicy J, T.I. and Doe B were in the studio.

  • Featuring Miley Cyrus and Mike Will Made It. Plus Nick Cannon and Wonder Broz.

  • Terence J and Mack Wilds were in the studio.

  • Nelly and Diggy were in the studio.

  • Counting down the top R&B and Hip Hop videos.

  • Today's guest: Solange.

  • Amadeus and DJ Babey Drew are todays guests.

  • Hip-Hop & R n B music video countdown.

  • Maybach Music Group were todays guests.

  • Sean Kingston and Janaelle Monae are todays guests.

  • 2 Chainz is todays guest.

106 and Park News

Moroccan Rapper Receives Prison Sentence Over Rap Lyrics

A Moroccan rapper finds himself awaiting a prison sentence over his lyrics. Mouad Belghouat was convicted Friday of insulting national security services both with his lyrics and alleged doctored photos posted online with a song. After an altercation Monday between supporters of Belghouat and police, Belghouat's defense withdrew. Friday, they weren't allowed a closing argument.

Rapper Young Buck's Girlfriend Grazed In Drive-By

None of the 11 shots fired early Sunday morning in Nashville struck rapper Young Buck in his SUV, but one injured his girlfriend, reports Nashville TV station WSMV. Police say that a white Chevrolet Tahoe drove past the rapper's vehicle around 3:30 A.M. and struck it 11 time. One shot grazed the shoulder of Kenyetta Rainey, who was treated and later released from Vanderbilt Hospital.

BET Bans Nicki Minaj's 'Stupid Hoe' Music Video

She might've raked in some admirable major Grammy nominations, but BET has let Nicki Minaj know she can keep her latest clip. A BET rep that spoke with TMZ about banning Minaj's "Stupid Hoe" video wouldn't disclose why the network nixed the clip, but the blog claims that other nameless sources within the network said the clip was considered "too explicit.

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