The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw

The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw The Weekend Rewind w/Ali Shaw, Saturdays 10am-2pm on 105.3 KJMM-FM in Tulsa and surrounding areas or

Ali Shaw is the Production Director for KJMM-FM, KGTO-FM, and host of “The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw” Saturday mornings on 105.3 KJamz in Tulsa. Affectionately dubbed “Mama Tulsa” in the local music scene, her passion for the art radiates throughout the community. In September 2018, she brought together several female rappers from Tulsa and OKC for the ‘Female Spittaz’ cypher on YouTube. Her in

tention is to shine a light on local women emcees and curate more women-centric events in the Oklahoma Hip Hop scene. Ali believes that through hard work and determination, we all have the capability to achieve our goals. She strives to be excellent in life and wishes to set a good example for her family, friends and listeners. Ali’s extensive on-air radio experience and strong relationships with artists and community leaders make her an asset on the Fire in Little Africa podcast host team.




Join me this Saturday August 12th at the TPS Parent Resource Center Back to School Bash! I’ll be there from 10:30 AM until 12:30 PM.

Let’s take The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw on the road! See you Saturday. 🩷





Tell yo Mama 🥰

The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw
Saturday 10AM-2PM CST
105.3 KJamz

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Juvenile's Tiny Desk Concert is going to be one of the best we've ever seen. The fans made it happen! 🎤🔥


Yes, I know today is the day Prince was born.

No, I’m not on the air today.

He didn’t celebrate his birthday in real life because he was a Jehovah’s Witness, but we (his fans) like to honor him on this day. 

I celebrated his UN-birthday with my good friend Xylo Sesame and the lovely people of The Starlite last Friday. I’m sorry if you missed out. I tried to tell you I was gonna be there, but some of y’all were too busy. Trust me. I get it! 🤣

My hope is that you keep his music on repeat today, and remember why he was the most talented Artist/Creative/Musician/Polymath on the planet. 

✌🏼& 💜



Some of the most beloved Wu-Tang tracks include "C.R.E.A.M.", "Protect Ya Neck", "Triumph", "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'", "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta F*** Wit", "Method Man", "Reunited", "Ice Cream", "Gravel Pit", "Can It Be All So Simple", and "Shame on a N***a".

Each of these songs showcases the group's unique style and lyrical prowess, and has contributed to Wu-Tang's legendary status in the hip-hop world. So, you should definitely give them a listen if you haven't already. What are some of your favorites? Drop me ya favorite bar


Positivity yes
Have you had your plus sign to day?
Positivity yes
Do we mark you present, or do we mark you late?

O(+> 💜


I’ll play it again tomorrow, but it’s hittin a little different for me right now.



A few pieces of my Prince memorabilia:

I saw him in concert (only) 3 times.

Jam of the Year - OKC 1997
One Nite Alone - Dallas 2001
Musicology - OKC 2004

See my little signs I made trying to get him to play my favorite songs? ‘Condition of the Heart’ is one of the songs I would like to hear Omaley B play on the piano. Mostly because I know he can hit those falsettos and he can play the keys just as beautifully as Prince did.

Maybe I can get him to listen to it some day.
💜 O(+>



7 years. Time is a trick though. We all knew him. Be it in person or through his music. He is still a part of your fiber. Your being. Tune out all the noise. Let those thoughts and memories stay with U and create new ones. Think back to when U first discovered his music, when U first discovered him. So many happy memories, right?

Our palette has colors that he provided, just with a splash of purple more than the others. The artistry he presented actually flows through U, be it with acts of kindness, sharing anecdotes, and yes, even those that use his lyrics as a pick up line to get someone they wouldn’t have had a chance with without it.

Celebrate him. Not just today. Not just on his birthday. It is ok to be sad but also remember, he provided U with a multitude of incredible memories, amazingly fun times, experiences, bringing U peace when there was no quiet, the space between the notes, with an all access pass. He is still with us in the metaphysical way. Allow yourself to be open in ways that perhaps without his music U wouldn’t be open to.

Through your memories and experiences, share it with someone else that may not understand why he meant so much to U. Make a playlist. Buy someone their first vinyl or their first Prince vinyl. Listen to it with them. Create a new memory that can be with U for all time.

The emphasis of the art is truly it is in the eye of the beholder. It is always on time. It is there with U. His music and those beautiful experiences are just a fingertip away. Through that guitar lick, that heavy bass line, the note in the key of c, it is right there for U to access. Don’t let all that noise keep breaking U down.

His music got U high. His music made U feel moments of love, desire, passion, a sense of euphoria that U cannot exactly put into words yet it is there.

Thank U, PRINCE. For being there for me in ways no one else was. Thank U, PRINCE, for playing such an important part of the person reading this right now and their journey. Thank U, PRINCE for when things got challenging, U found another way, to persevere, to create, to keep pushing. True Funk Soldiers will fight the battle to make a Revolution that will continue with this New Power Generation and to the next, and to the next, and to….Thank U Prince. I miss U. It’s time to funknroll n punch a higher floor.

Much Love..always. Jeremiah Freed/jseven/Funkenberry

Photo: Northrop Auditorium June 13th, 2000 taken by Judy Griesendieck


Y’all remember the dress Julia Roberts wore in Pretty Woman? When she said, “Oops.. slippery little suckers.”

Yep, same one. Well… it was a knockoff anyway. 🤣

The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw
Saturday 10AM-2PM
105.3 KJamz
Download Stream by PPBC app
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FINALLY the weekend is here 💗

The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw
Saturday 10AM-2PM CST
105.3 KJamz
Download Stream by PPBC app
Request Line (918) 493-4936

📸 Demetra Tyler of JeanMark Photography



New 105 KJamz Request Line! Lock in those digits and hit me on the hip when you get a chance 🥰


This Thursday 🕊️🕊️🕊️


Today is a special day 💜



Join me from 12-2 PM

Eugene Field Elementary
2249 S Phoenix Ave
Tulsa, OK 74107

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The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw
80s/90s/early 2000s
Hip Hop and R&B
105.3 KJamz
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Beautiful tribute 🥹❤️‍🩹

Beautiful tribute 🥹❤️‍🩹


"U work so hard, U really do
I don't think that anyone could ever work as hard as U
U can lock the door (look the door), U better turn off the phone (turn off the phone)
I'm gonna give 1, 000 reasons why we need to be alone" photo by Nandy McClean



"Rihanna performed pregnant at the super bowl unlike Prince in 2007 where everyone watching got pregnant."- Stephen Colbert....


I played De La Soul ‘Breakadawn’ into Michael Jackson’s ‘I Can’t Help It’ in my Back2Back segment on The Weekend Rewind with Ali Shaw yesterday.

Can’t believe Trugoy is gone.

De La Soul fans are NOT ok right now. 💔



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