Reggie Ossé, known as Combat Jack first rose to prominence in the recording industry as founding partner of the small NYC law firm Ossé and Woods where his clients included such legends as Jay-Z, Damon Dash, DMX, Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Hitmen production team, along with producers, songwriters and artists who shaped the “golden era” sound of the 1990s.
In 2010, Reggie jumped into the podcast industry with the Combat Jack Show.
J. Cole, Rick Ross, Ice Cube, Lil Boosie, Wiz Khalifa, Wendy Williams, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and a slew of influencers and players in today’s culture all agree that Ossé’s interviews are the absolute best in today’s media. With his latest project in conjunction with Spotify and Gimlet Media, “MOGUL: The Life and Death Of Chris Lighty”, Combat has once again changed the landscape and expanded the dimensions of Hip Hop podcasting.
In 2017, Ossé further changed the podcasting industry with the launch of his Mogul, The Life and Death of Chris Lighty podcast series.
Whether the comparison is to Charlie Rose, Howard Stern or Dick Cavett, Combat Jack has made a great impact on all media platforms and will only continue to make his presence felt on all platforms.