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Get stuck off the realness as Sumit and Chris break down the important issues in Hip Hop music, culture and politics. From high-brow deep dives to low-end theories, expect clinical analysis and subjective perspectives from these two Rap Scientists.
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This week's guest is one-half of the most conceptually creative groups in Hip Hop history. Prince Po of Organized Konfusion comes through to talk about his beginnings in Queens, recording the 'Stress' album, working with Danger Mouse and Oh No's superhuman multitasking skills. Crush. Kill. Destroy. You know the rest.    Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Following our epic 'Reasonable Doubt' series, we're excited to welcome back the very first voice you hear on that album, Pain In Da Ass! He digs even deeper into his story and adventures at Roc-A-Fella Records, how he became an intern, almost starring in the cult classic, 'Belly', and other shenanigans. The streets asked for this. You're welcome.    Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Special Appearance: Dom Pachino (Killarmy) Our adventures through Shaolin continue, as we connect with, the rugged child himself, Shyheim! Now, he's all grown up, he has a lot of life experience to share. He talks about adapting to the new world after being incarcerated, the 25th anniversary of his sophomore album, being in the video for Ice Cream and more. Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Believe it or not, when it comes to the Wu-Tang sound, RZA had a few trusted chefs with him in the kitchen. For this episode, we are joined by the 4th Disciple, who fills in the gaps on some key Shaolin history. From hearing early Wu demos to developing the Killarmy sound, Breaking Atoms show gratitude to one of the greatest producers of all time.  Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Evidence is someone who once proudly proclaimed he would "sit up in the shadows and rebel against fame". Ironically, his star has continued to rise in the 20+ years he's been in the game and slowly, but surely, he's opening up even more.    We got to have a quick chat with Evidence about his new album, his love of photography and some rarely discussed sections of his music history.    Follow Sumit   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk/podcast
The next Breaking Atoms original podcast series is coming in September 2021! Look out for The Ruler's Back: The Making of The Blueprint by Jay-Z! Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle Follow Chris 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik Connect with Breaking Atoms 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
In our fifth and final episode, we examine the legacy of Reasonable Doubt 25 years on and why so many people consider it to be one of the most seminal albums in Hip Hop history. Featuring in order of appearance: Pain In Da Ass, Dart Adams, DJ Snips, Jaz-O, Ski Beatz, Rob Markman, Chezik Tsunoda, Sean Kantrowitz, Yoh Phillips, Robyn Mowatt, SK Vibemaker, Maria Davis, Nick Raphael, Christian Tattersfield, Abdul Malik Abbott, Kathy Iandoli, David Lotwin, Ryan Proctor, DJ Shortee Blitz and DJ Clark Kent. Pain In Da Ass on original plans for Reasonable Doubt to be Jay-Zs first and only solo album (2:17) Dart Adams on where Reasonable Doubt sits in the continuum of classic Rap albums from the mid-90s (3:31) DJ Snips on Reasonable Doubt's influence being heard in many of today's Hip Hop albums (4:45) Jaz-O on why he considers Reasonable Doubt to be a classic body of work in music in general (5:55) Ski Beatz and Rob Markman on Reasonable Doubt having the same classic feel as the music their parents played around them (6:32) Chezik Tsunoda on why Reasonable Doubt stands out in Jay-Z's discography (7:24) Sean Kantrowitz on why Reasonable Doubt's origin story is a key part of Jay-Z legacy (8:03) Yoh Phillips on Reasonable Doubt being a classic period piece (8:32) Robyn Mowatt on the continuous accolades that Reasonable Doubt has received since its release (9:19) SK Vibemaker on how the album plays an important part in his Hip Hop journey (9:53) Maria Davis on her respect for the entrepreneurial spirit of Jay-Z, Dame Dash, and Kareem “Biggs” Burke (10:08) Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield on the motivation they and Roc-A-Fella had in wanting to prove people wrong (10:59) Abdul Malik Abbott on why Reasonable Doubt is a perfect Hip Hop album (12:55) Pain In Da Ass on how Jay-Z channel unfortunate circumstances into a hunger for success (13:11) Kathy Iandoli on how Jay-Z has evolved into a Hip Hop superhero who always saves the day (14:29) Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield on why they think Reasonable Doubt is the greatest Hip Hop album ever and how proud they are to have been involved in sharing it with the world (15:16) David Lotwin and Ryan Proctor on Jay-Z's brilliance as a writer and how he may not have been appreciated in the way he should have at the time of the album's release (16:09) Rob Markman on how Jay-Z laid out his future intentions to rise to the top clear in Reasonable Doubt (17:21) DJ Shortee Blitz on how Jay-Z accurately depicting the highs and lows of the hustler life throughout the album's storytelling (18:25) DJ Clark Kent on why he thinks Reasonable Doubt legacy has two district parts (19:15) Yoh Phillips on Reasonable Doubt's powerful first impression (19:58) Kathy Iandoli on what we potentially lost in Hip Hop culture following the deaths of Tupac and Biggie shortly after Reasonable Doubt's release (21:35) Chris and Sumit on Jay-Z’s continued success and the legacy of Roc-A-Fella Records (22:41) Pain In Da Ass on Jay-Z, Dame Dash and Biggs always believing they have a shot at winning (23:17) Announcement of the next Breaking Atoms original podcast series (24:37) Produced by Sumit Sharma and Chris Mitchell Mixed and mastered by Dave Walker Updated artwork designed by Jason Wheeler Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle Follow Chris 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik Connect with Breaking Atoms 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
In our fourth episode, we’ll be examining the initial and retrospective response to Reasonable Doubt, shining a light on the tight-knit vibes of the Roc-A-Fella Records staff and connecting with original members of the US street team. Featuring in order of appearance: Ryan Proctor, DJ Snips, Dart Adams, Charlie Braxton, Nick Raphael, Christian Tattersfield, DJ Shortee Blitz, Pain In Da Ass, Maria Davis, DJ Clark Kent, Robyn Mowatt, David Lotwin, Kathy Iandoli and Ski Beatz. Sumit on some key 1996 Hip Hop albums (1:40) Ryan Proctor underground and mainstream Hip Hop divide (2:05) DJ Snips on the cohesion in Reasonable Doubt's production and Jay-Z's mentors (3:20) Dart Adams on Reasonable Doubt being on the level of fine literature (4:17) Ryan Proctor on Reasonable Doubt not being regarded as an instant classic (4:34) Charlie Braxton on revising Reasonable Doubt for The Source magazine (5:52) Charlie Braxton on how The Source's mic rating system worked (6:55) Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield on signing Roc-A-Fella Records to a worldwide distribution deal (7:48) Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield on going to New York to meet with Roc-A-Fella and watching Jay-Z plan his radio promotion (9:58) Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield on getting Biggie's appearance on Brooklyn's Finest cleared with Clive Davis (12:06) Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield on signing the distribution deal on the same day Roc-A-Fella did their classic Billboard photoshoot (13:31) DJ Shortee Blitz on going to Roc-A-Fella's New York office and Dame Dash making tea for his wife (14:55) Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield on seeing the Roc-A-Fella branded Mercedes Benz with Jay-Z handing out promo material from the car (15:38) Pain In Da Ass on Lenny Santiago driving the Roc-A-Fella car around New York and taking photos and videos of that time (16:05) Pain In Da Ass on joining Roc-A-Fella Records as an intern (16:41) Pain In Da Ass on the key players of the Roc-A-Fella office and staff (17:54) Chezik Tsunoda on street team promotion for Reasonable Doubt in the Midwest and getting paid in cash (19:06) Maria Davis on Reasonable Doubt being a collaborative effort (20:14) DJ Clark Kent on how the entire Roc-A-Fella crew contributed ideas to the making of Reasonable Doubt (20:321) Robyn Mowatt on being introduced to Jay-Z and Reasonable Doubt by her Dad who played the album in their home (22:14) Pain In Da Ass on the talent in and around Roc-A-Fella Records and the importance of Kareem "Biggs" Burke (22:57) David Lotwin on his business relationship with Dame Dash (24:12) Kathy Iandoli compares Jay-Z and Dame Dash's personalities to the left and right sides of the brain (25:03) David Lotwin, Ryan Proctor, Ski Beatz and Maria Davis on Dame Dash's relentless vision (25:35) Pain In Da Ass on the custom made Roc-A-Fella jackets gifted to members of the crew (27:02) Pain In Da Ass on how Jay-Z's hunger coming from trauma and encouraging him to turn a negative into a positive (27:56) Produced by Sumit Sharma and Chris Mitchell Mixed and mastered by Dave Walker Updated artwork designed by Jason Wheeler Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle Follow Chris 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik Connect with Breaking Atoms 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
In our third episode, we continue our deep dive into the album’s tracklist and key themes. We also analyse the people, places and things that made the album happen, including early live performances, leftover songs and promo campaigns. Featuring in order of appearance: Charlie Braxton, Ryan Proctor, Yoh Phillips, Pain In Da Ass, Maria Davis, Ski Beatz, Rob Markman, DJ Clark Kent, Jaz-O, DJ Snips and Dart Adams.  Sumit and Chris on Roc-A-Fella Records looking for distribution (0:52) Charlie Braxton on why D’Evils is such an impactful critique on capitalism (2:02) Ryan Proctor on other key themes in D’Evils (3:03) Yoh Phillips on the religious imagery in D’Evils and how it adds context to Jay-Z’s character (4:00) Pain In Da Ass on Jay-Z’s ability to create strong finishes in his songs (5:13) Maria Davis on believing in Jay-Z’s talent (5:57) Maria Davis on 22 Two’s being her favourite song from Reasonable Doubt (7:14) Ski Beatz on trying to get Jay-Z to pick another beat for 22 Two’s (7:44) Maria Davis on being asked to feature on Reasonable Doubt by Jay-Z and Dame Dash (8:23) Maria Davis on the legal issues Jay-Z was having at the time (9:35) Pain In Da Ass on 22 Two’s evolving from a freestyle into a full song (10:22) Pain In Da Ass on how and why the album name was changed to Reasonable Doubt (10:33) Yoh Phillips and Rob Markman on Can I Live and their favourite lyrics (11:56) Ryan Proctor on the mix of danger and humour found in Friend Or Foe (14:30) Pain In Da Ass and Ryan Proctor on Coming of Age developing into a mini-series and the impressive debut of Memphis Bleek (15:31) Maria Davis on her fondness of Memphis Bleek and close relationship with Sauce Money (16:39) Pain In Da Ass on Reasonable Doubt’s features and the creative freedom at Roc-A-Fella Records (17:10) DJ Clark Kent on Cashmere Thoughts originally being a record for The Hard Pack and for a project with Jay-Z, Jaz-O and Sauce Money taking on pimp personas (18:38) Jaz-O on being called at the last minute and writing his verse on the spot for Bring It On (20:46) DJ Snips on the elusiveness of the sample used in Bring It On (21:43) Charlie Braxton on Regrets being a song about remorse and why this content was rare at the time (22:35) Dart Adams on why Jay-Z had umlauts in his name (23:08) Jaz-O on the significance of Lil’ Lulu Publishing (24:33) DJ Clark Kent on mastering the album and an unreleased track that went missing (25:31) Ski Beatz on throwing away unreleased music with Jay-Z and Big L (26:21) DJ Clark Kent on other unreleased songs and getting into trouble at Mad Wednesday (26:52) Produced by Sumit Sharma and Chris Mitchell Mixed and mastered by Dave Walker Updated artwork designed by Jason Wheeler Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle Follow Chris 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik Connect with Breaking Atoms 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
In our second episode, we look at the process of making the Reasonable Doubt album, the internal struggles, signing to Payday Records, Roc-A-Fella Records renting their first office space, and finding a recording home at D & D Studios. Featuring in order of appearance: Dart Adams, Ski, Rob Markman, Abdul Malik Abbott, David Lotwin, Joe Quinde, Jaz-O, SK Vibemaker, Pain In Da Ass, DJ Clark Kent, DJ Shortee Blitz and Sean Kantrowitz. Chris on Roc-A-Fella signing with Payday Records (0:56) Sumit on Roc-A-Fella renting their first office space and starting to record Reasonable Doubt (1:21) Dart Adams on the demand for Ski’s production and his influence on Jay-Z’s music (1:51) Ski Beatz on the crew making music for Jay-Z and the difference in his sound (2:34) Rob Markman on becoming a fan of Jay-Z's writing ability (3:17) Ski Beatz on discovering the sample for the Dead Presidents beat (4:27) Abdul Malik Abbott on taking the photo that became the cover art for the Dead Presidents single (5:47) Abdul Malik Abbott on the Dead Presidents video being inspired by the film, Heat (6:23) Abdul Malik Abbott on the roundtable scene at the end of the Dead Presidents video (7:19) David Lotwin on watching Jay-Z record the album at D & D (8:33) Joe Quinde on the vibe at D & D and recording Ain't No Nigga (9:48) Jaz-O on the challenges he faced when producing the Ain't No Nigga beat (10:44) Jaz-O on his working relationship with Khadejia Bass (12:11) Jaz-O on singing the hook for Ain't No Nigga (12:42) David Lotwin on the success of Ain't No Nigga (13:12) Abdul Malik Abbott on filming the Ain't No Nigga video in Miami (13:48) Abdul Malik Abbott on Jay-Z becoming comfortable in front of the camera (14:49) Abdul Malik Abbott on Biggie's guest appearance in the Ain't No Nigga video and the bad weather in Miami (15:08) SK Vibemaker on the first impression the Ain't No Nigga video had on him as a young Hip Hop fan (16:17) Pain In The Ass on being asked to feature on Reasonable Doubt (17:23) Dart Adams on Can't Knock The Hustle becoming a part of the Hip Hop lexicon (20:43) Rob Markman on Mary J Blige's feature on Can't Knock The Hustle (21:24) Pain In The Ass on the original version of Can't Knock The Hustle with different lyrics (22:00) Ski Beatz on hearing Hurry Up This Way Again by The Stylistics and sampling the track to create the beat for Politics As Usual (23:13) Ski Beatz on producing Luchini for Camp Lo after they heard Politics As Usual (24:15) DJ Clark Kent on him and Ski sampling the same song used for Politics As Usual without knowing the other had it (24:46) Pain In The Ass on most of Reasonable Doubt being a demo (25:06) DJ Shortee Blitz on receiving Jay-Z promo items from Freeze Records (25:31) Pain In The Ass on Brooklyn's Finest originally being a Jay-Z solo track (25:51) DJ Clark Kent on using Jay-Z to push Biggie to become a better emcee (26:42) Sean Kantrowitz on the impact of Brooklyn's Finest (28:18) Rob Markman on the hometown pride that Brooklyn's Finest made him feel (28:37) DJ Clark Kent on the original version of Brooklyn's Finest, Biggie coming to the studio to record and Jay-Z writing new verses (29:36) DJ Clark Kent on Biggie appearing in the Dead Presidents video just days after recording Brooklyn's Finest (30:56) Pain In The Ass on the key differences between the original version of Dead Presidents and the sequel (31:23) Ski Beatz on producing Feelin' It for his solo album and Jay-Z buying the beat and hook from him (32:46) Produced by Sumit Sharma and Chris Mitchell Mixed and mastered by Dave Walker Updated artwork designed by Jason Wheeler Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle Follow Chris 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik Connect with Breaking Atoms 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
From Breaking Atoms comes a new original podcast series celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jay-Z’s debut album, Reasonable Doubt. In this first episode, we travel back in time to a pre-gentrified Brooklyn, New York and explore Jay-Z’s early musical roots. We’ll also learn about how he came to a fork in the road and had to choose between the rap game and the crack game - even with all their similarities and pitfalls.  We’ll also find out when and how Jay-Z met his future business partners, Damon “Dame” Dash and Kareem “Biggs” Burke and eventually starting Roc-A-Fella Records. Featuring in order of appearance: Jaz-O, DJ Clark Kent, Ski Beatz, Abdul Malik Abbott and Dart Adams. Sumit and Chris on the exceptional quality of Hip Hop music in 1996 (1:23) Jaz-O on his first group, High Potent, along with Jay-Z (2:06) Jaz-O on first hearing about Jay-Z and agreeing to a battle (3:35) Jaz-O on his friendship with Jay-Z and building a fan base (5:45) Jaz-O on travelling to London and bringing Jay-Z with him (7:05) Jaz-O on recording Hawaiian Sophie featuring Jay-Z (8:08) Jaz-O on Jost Productions and his early management deal (8:28) DJ Clark Kent on meeting Jay-Z for the first time and trying to sign him to Atlantic Records along with Jaz-O and Sauce Money (9:20) DJ Clark Kent on introducing Jay-Z to Dame Dash (11:36) Ski Beatz on getting his demo to DJ Clark Kent and meeting Dame and Darien Dash (12:19) Ski Beatz on meeting Jay-Z for the first time (13:27) Abdul Malik Abbott on working with Original Flavor and meeting Jay-Z (14:30) Abdul Malik Abbott on reconnecting with Dame Dash and directing the video for Jay-Z's I Can't Get With That track (15:49) Dart Adams on how DJ Clark Kent featured Jay-Z on various songs and remixes (17:10) Dart Adams on the fan support Jay-Z had through his early collaborations (17:57) DJ Clark Kent on building his own studio to record Jay-Z (19:42) DJ Clark Kent and Jaz-O on forming a supergroup with Jay-Z and Sauce Money called The Hard Pack (20:36) Jaz-O on the disbandment of The Hard Pack and Dame Dash asking DJ Clark Kent to produce more music for Jay-Z (21:44) DJ Clark Kent on the two versions of Jay-Z's 95 South and the prophetic nature of Got To Reach The Top (22:46) DJ Clark Kent on gifting all the unreleased music from the early days to Jay-Z for Christmas (24:35) Ski Beatz on producing the In My Lifetime single and helping to tailor a certain sound for Jay-Z (25:24) Jaz-O on producing the In My Lifetime Remix (26:06) Abdul Malik Abbott on the storytelling elements in Jay-Z's videos (28:21) Ski Beatz on starting the production process for Reasonable Doubt without knowing at first (30:34) Produced by Sumit Sharma and Chris Mitchell Mixed and mastered by Dave Walker Updated artwork designed by Jason Wheeler Follow Sumit Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle Follow Chris Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik Connect with Breaking Atoms Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
This week's guest is a true musician and we don't use that term lightly. Nicolay stops by to talk about leveraging the internet to create music, evolving the +FE sound, some of his lesser-known underground collaborations and working with Phonte. You're about to witness the strength of music knowledge.    Our very first original podcast series, "Brooklyn's Finest: The Making of Reasonable Doubt by Jay-Z" drops on Thursday 10th June 2021! We'll be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jay-Z's debut album and we have over 20 exclusive interviews with the likes of DJ Clark Kent, Jaz-O, Ski Beatz and many more surprises. Make sure you subscribe to Breaking Atoms so you can hear the episodes as soon as they drop. You can also listen to the trailers below.    Trailer (Side A): https://link.chtbl.com/reasonabledoubtsidea Trailer (Side B): https://link.chtbl.com/reasonabledoubtsideb   Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Breaking Atoms are excited to announce our brand new original podcast series celebrating the 25th anniversary of one of the most seminal debut Hip Hop albums of all time; Reasonable Doubt by Jay-Z.   Across five episodes, you’ll hear from the people directly involved in the conception of this five mic masterpiece. Jaz-O, Ski Beatz, Maria Davis, Pain In Da Ass, Abdul Malik Abbott, Nick Raphael, Christian Tattersfield and more talk about the blood, sweat, tears and years it took to bring this body of work to life.   You can expect to enjoy a fully immersive audio adventure that proves time travel is real. We'll take you back to Brooklyn in the late 80s up to the present day detailing one of the greatest come up stories in Hip Hop history.    See below for the episode release schedule.    Episode 1: Thursday 10th June 2021 Episode 2: Tuesday 14th June 2021 Episode 3: Thursday 17th June 2021 Episode 4: Tuesday 22nd June 2021 Episode 5: Thursday 24th June 2021   Music credits: "My Take" is from Mr Brown's "Magnetic Storage" album released on We Stay True Records. You can listen/purchase the release here: https://mrbrown.bandcamp.com/album/magnetic-storage   Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
We often mention the term "hip hop journey" on the podcast and this week's guest is fundamental to our individual and collective Rap adventures. Big Pooh pulls up the pod to talk about his career including unreleased LB songs from "The Listening" sessions, working on "Dirty Pretty Things", providing fan service while evolving and artist management. We even take it back to the days of The Lawn. If you don't know what this is, you weren't inside and that's okay.    Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Breaking Atoms are excited to announce our brand new original podcast series celebrating the 25th anniversary of one of the most seminal debut Hip Hop albums of all time; Reasonable Doubt by Jay-Z.   Across five episodes, you’ll hear from the people directly involved in the conception of this five mic masterpiece. Jaz-O, Ski Beatz, Maria Davis, Pain In Da Ass, Abdul Malik Abbott, Nick Raphael, Christian Tattersfield and more talk about the blood, sweat, tears and years it took to bring this body of work to life.   You can expect to enjoy a fully immersive audio adventure that proves time travel is real. We'll take you back to Brooklyn in the late 80s up to the present day by detailing one of the greatest come up stories in Hip Hop history.    See below for the episode release schedule.    Episode 1: Thursday 10th June 2021 Episode 2: Tuesday 14th June 2021 Episode 3: Thursday 17th June 2021 Episode 4: Tuesday 21st June 2021 Episode 5: Thursday 24th June 2021   Mixed and mastered by Dave Walker.   Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Coming in and going out in a blaze of glory is Tracey Lee - who also happens to be our first two-time guest on the pod. We had a real timely and important conversation about life and love. Bullshit with Rap if you want.    Click here to purchase "Glory: The Manuscript" by Tracey Lee here.   Click here to learn more about the benefits of life insurance. Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
It's the infamous back in the house once again! We're honoured to welcome Nyce Da Future and the legendary Havoc of Mobb Deep on this week's pod. Fresh off the release of their collaborative 'Future Of The Streets' EP, Nyce talks about his chemistry with Havoc, how the Mobb Deep OG helped him to hone his skills and the importance of Prodigy in the whole story.  We made the minutes count and we had to ask Havoc about some infamous history. Stan moment incoming!   Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
Love is love as we collide with a true original! Our guest this week is the legendary, Cappadonna, from the almighty Wu-Tang Clan! The Captain of The Dons came through with the colourful knowledge that he and his clansmen have been known to deliver. We came up under vets and paid debts mad years. Peace God.    Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
This week's guest was a friend of the show before we even had a show. Max Robin takes us on a tour of duty and shares stories about being on the road with Freddie Gibbs and Madlib and what he's learned from his journeys across the globe. He also touches on how he met Lord Apex and how they sparked their business and personal relationship.   Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
We're heading back to the East Coast this week to link up with the Rhyhtmatic Eternal King Supreme, otherwise known as Reks, to chop it up with precision about music, family, and his amazing new album. This conversation is food for the soul. Press play and find out why the hunger inside (of him) never gets satisfied.    Follow Sumit   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hiphopchronicle   Follow Chris   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkinetik 💥 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/iamkinetik   Connect with Breaking Atoms   💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/breaktheatoms 💥 Website: https://www.breakingatoms.co.uk
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