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Flow and Tell

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Listen all ya'll, this is Flow and Tell
Listen all ya'll, this is Flow and Tell
Listen all ya'll, this is Flow and Tell
Bringing you dope tracks that'll make your playlist swell!
Welcome to Flow and Tell, a new show from the Jabroni U Podcast Network, featuring James Bryington and Andy Liner of The Draft Podcast fame. Every episode James and Andy bring each other a Hip/Hop track the other hasn't heard. The song could be new, or from 1992, because any song we haven't heard is new to us. Each of them presents their song, and then they react and discuss.
You're going to get a music perspective from two very different rap music fans, one with a more classic sensibility and one who likes all these new kids. Listen in as they surprise you with the things they never knew they liked until they listened!
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We're back! James and Andy talk about Tyler the Creator's Sorry, Not Sorry, and Andy recalls Lil Dicky's Sway freestyle.
The Breezy Train is back and our next stop is going to lead you to some amazing hip-hop you may have never heard before! Joey Valence & Brae - Hooligang Hit Boy, DOM KENNEDY & courtesy of half-a-mil (feat. Nas) - City On Lock
J-Breeze and A-Train bring each other, and you, a couple-a more songs and a couple-a more laughs!
The classmates have been selected and cyphers will be dropping soon, but before we get there let's take a peak at what the XXL Freshman Class is all about. A-Train and Breeze guide you through some introductions to some of the hottest new rappers on the scene. This is your 2022 XXL Magazine Freshman Class!
75 episodes of Flow and Tell, and double that number for some fire-ass music. Flow and Tell has brought you 150 incredible songs to bounce to, and you can search and shuffle our shared playlist on Apple Music to hear them all. Even better, you can listen to them all right here on Flow and Tell, and that way you'll get all the hijinks too.
A-Train and Breeze are over the moon on the new Kendrick Lamar album. It's an instant classic with a lot to say about the world we live in. Walk with us on this journey through Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers, and take a peak at a rock solid theory A-Train unloads in the end. You won't be dissapointed!
It's been a crazy year for music, so much incredible new talent it's hard to keep up on everything. That's where Flow and Tell steps in to help make your life a little easier. J-Breeze and A-Train each give you their top 5 hip/hop songs from 2021, and their Album of the Year Recommendations! Happy New Year! We're excited to see what's next in 2022! Visit ( for more from the JUPN.
Andy bumps Polo G with Bad Man (Smooth Criminal) and James starts something with BBY KODIE's Started This. Go to ( for more from the JUPN.
James drops Pride by Ransom, and Andy responds with McKinley Dixon's Chain Sooo Heavy. Two banger ass songs with some incredible production backing them. Go check out ( for more from the Jabroni U Podcast Network!
It's Go Time by Problem, and J-Breezy went for it. A-Train had to Choose by Iivrson, and he chose wisely. (
Breeze drops Alone by Rick Hyde and Benny the Butcher, and feat. G Herbo. Train pops off with Touchable by Remble. (
Let's take a trip back to 1995 w/ Juicy J and Logic, then we'll Usain Bolt our way over to Track Star by Mooski. A-Train and Breeze are glad to be back with some new flavor for your ears.
What does 42 Dugg, Flo Milli, Morray, Pooh Shiesty, Lakeyah, Coi Leray, Toosii, Blxst, DDG, Rubi Rose, and Iann Dior have in common? They're all part of the 2021 XXL Freshamn Class of the dopest rappers to watch on the come up. Some we've never heard, some we've popped on Flow and Tell in the past, but we listen to the top song from each artist in this future stars lineup. A lot of dope πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ is to be had on this FnT SPECIAL! Check the class for yourself at XXL Mag Online ( Go follow the show on Twitter @FlowandTellPod (
Just like Justin Timberstream said "we're bringing sexy radio guy voice back"! A-Train hits Breeze with City Girls Twerkulator, while James blows back with IDK's Peloton. Two great songs that are garaunteed to make your playlist swell. Go to ( for more great content from the Jabroni U Podcast Network.
Breezy goes first with Masked Wolf's Astronaut in the Ocean. He didn't remember where he heard the song originally, but clearly it's from TikTok. Andy answers back with Genesis Owusu's Gold Chains. Go to ( for more from the Jabroni U Podcast Network.
We brought the anthems to you. Train hits us with Lil Mosey's Try Me, while Breeze claps back with Cardiff Brothers No Time. Shit's going to be on your mind. Go follow us on Twitter @FlowandTellPod ( Go follow the Cardiff Bros on Twitter @CardiffBros ( Go to ( for more from the Jabroni U Podcast Network.
We honor the man, the legend, DMX. Train and Breeze are both huge fans of X and couldn't go another minute without giving him the sendoff he deserves. RIP to The Ruff Ryder, Earl Simmons. Hit us up on Twitter @flowandtellpod ( and let us know your thoughts on DMX, or anything else. Go to WWW.JABRONIU.COM for more from the Jabroni U Network.
James said it on The Draft Podcast, "Andy, I have another Two Door Cinema Club song I'll pop for you on Flow and Tell". Breeze doesn't lie, he drops Nice To See You by Two Door Cinema Club feat. Open Mike Eagle. Andy answers back with Quadeca, feat. IDK, Burning Bridges / Long Day. Welcome back to Flow and Tell. Go to WWW.JABRONIU.COM for more from the Jabroni U Podcast Network.
Drew and Bif have done it again. You'll have to listen to find out what, right here on Fool and Tell! WWW.JABRONIU.COM
Today we have visions of bodies being burned to that mocha mocha color. Train horrifys (in a good way) Breeze with clipping. Say the Name. J-Breeze clips back with Mocha Mocha by internetboy.
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