QUARANTINE RADIO with Paul Wall, Fadia Kader and Ben Detrick
Today on Episode 43 of Quarantine Radio we make calls from our Upper West Side apartment to Los Angeles to check in with Fadia Kader, who works in Music Partnerships at Instagram - we discuss her experiences with Swizz and Timbaland's Verzuz series, helping out Babyface and Teddy Riley with the technical side of things, the importance of community in a pre-COVID time as well as the world we're living in now, making bets on artists, cultural gatherings, and most importantly herself in a decade-long career that's taken her from Atlanta to New York to Los Angeles and beyond, letting her husband cut her hair in quarantine, and much more! Then we phone down to Houston to speak with Paul Wall - we talk Houston's rocket to prominence back in 2004, what felt more impactful Still Tippin' or Grillz, the history of his friendship with TV Johnny, the importance of Joey IE and Todd Moscowitz to his career, his first time visiting NYC, paying tribute to the legend Bun B, the fundraising he's currently doing for the Houston Food Bank, his new album with Lil Keke, and much more! And finally, we dial out to Brooklyn to catch up with writer/podcaster/Cookies Hoops co-founder Ben Detrick to discuss Patrick Ewing's legacy, Charles Oakley's allegiances, the future of New York City's and Brooklyn's energy, French Montana vs. Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent vs. Ja Rule, the key to getting the most out of an interview with a young T.I., what one wants from a player-turned-commentator, and much more!
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