DJ Drama Breaks Down His Amazing Mixtape Run, His Grammy with Tyler, the Creator, and the Wild Tale of His Rico Arrest
Bob James Talks about Being the Most Sampled Man in Hip-Hop as Well as the Sonic Architect of Rap’s Golden Era
Jon Stewart on His Journey from Comedian to Activist, the Legacy of ‘the Daily Show,’ and the State of the Modern Media Landscape
After These Messages - Single (Talib Kweli and Madlib)
Sam Jay on the Film “You People,” Her Comedy Specials, and the Challenges of Being the First Black Lesbian Writer on SNL
David Cross Discusses His Latest Comedy Special and the Cultural and Comedic Impact of Both “Arrested Development” and “Mr. Show”
Smoke DZA on His Unparalleled Mixtape Run, the Origins of His Polo-Rugby Style, Battle Rapping in Harlem, and the Formation of the Smoker’s Club
Clinton Sparks on the Unique Sound of Boston, His Relationship With DJ Khaled, and the Story of His Music Career Journey
Heltah Skeltah’s Rock (aka Rockness Monsta) talks about Sean Price’s Death, Boot Camp Clik, Gang Life, and His Best Bars
Anthony Jeselnik on: the "Joke Police," the Ruining of “Last Comic Standing,” and Jokes About Racism
Chace Infinite Shares Secrets and Wisdom from the Industry, How He Linked Up with the A$AP Mod, and Reveals How Helped Get the Black Star Album Out
Bun B Discusses the Inspiration and Impact of His Well-Known Songs, What Makes Houston Rap Special, and His Current Status as a Burger Baron
Tony Baker on the Origins of His Viral “Cram Ram” Videos, Live vs. Online Comedy, and the Power of Comedy in Healing Trauma
Dreezy Takes Us behind Some of Her Greatest Bars and Most Cinematic Videos, Explains How She Caught the Ear of Common, and How She Developed Her Flow
Symba on His Viral Freestyle, Linking Up with Dr. Dre, and the Art behind His Best Bars
Wiz Khalifa Discusses His Legendary Run of Mixtapes and Albums, Shares Stories Behind His Biggest Hits, and Reveals What’s Next for His Career
DJ Nu-Mark on: The Stories Behind Your Favorite Jurassic 5 Tracks, How to Read a Crowd, and the Art of Crate Digging
Aida Rodriquez Gets Real About Comedy, Puerto Rico, Single Motherhood, and her Creative Influences
great discussion. wish there was more about this blk men vs blk women & the bottom of the totem theory. don't understand why sisters are seen as at the bottom when brothers are behind in college degrees, stem, and corporate acceptance & are incarceratedat the highest rate relativelyspeaking...
we went to Boblo Island for our 7th grade trip!!,,that shit was 🔥to Ghetto kids!!!!
when you gonna get RUN or RAKIM ???
oh man! oh man oh man! y'all are the best! Thanks so much to Yasin for blessing us wit his presence!
Had to bail on this episode when Dax sang the joys of capitalism after acknowledging benefitting from rent control when he was poor. Amazing how quickly people move on when they get a bit of money. Gentrification is a bad thing. It does not help the community. It pushes the community out of their homes, it displaces them, because of capitalism and it's insatiability. That's before we even get into the environmental impact. Dax came across as an incredibly selfish person, ignorant and lacking in self awareness. Dax is in a career that has benefitted from HUGE amounts of luck, and seems to think his current status is purely on merit. Genuinely surprised at his views. Kinda confused as to why he took this interview.
😂😂😂😂😂😂 so good.....its coolllllll😂
ecleftic was a great album.
Wow, just wow! What a great interview with one of my favorite artists! admittedly, you did the damn thing my brother. you are a great interviewer and you ask really solid questions. what was most impressive-wise the way you approached the interview, and the way that you probed the guest. you have a real knack for inviting guests to speak openly and transparently. bravo!
Loved this, foreal. So much perspective and insight on historical important moments from the viewpoint of Kiss. I learned a lot from this podcast, gained appreciation and I'm even more of a fan. Thank you Talib, thank you Jada and shout out to Jasmine 🙏🏾💐🖤
John's Poly Sci Album was an is still Dope AF!!
Michael Rapaport has no filter. I appreciate your dialogue about you being a guru on race relations by your experiences and scholarship.
audio quality is dodgey AF. shame as the content is good..
Definitely down with Planet Asia. Love the conversation. Dropping knowledge. Keep it coming Talib. Peace God !
Great Interview. Forward 'ever, backwards never.
this was by far one of my favorite episodes because RG talked pure unadulterated music. I think a correction is warranted however....u guys talked about jazz bands to some degree and relatability to hip hop but did not mention mufk'n Stetsasonic. Daddyo still got bars. how did u guys overlook them?
Oh Michelle. Michael Vick did more than fight dogs (he tortured them when they lost). And he never really apologized or showed remorse. There’s even a documentary about this. I appreciate the need to allow people to be redeemed but show me the evidence he is redeemable other than having served a sentence that honestly should have been a loooooy longer to begin with.
'less white Ryan seacrest' 😂😂😂😂