ABOUT NYC POINT GODS PREMIERING FRIDAY JULY 29th AT 8PM AND PT ON SHOWTIMENYC POINT GODS Premieres Friday, July 29 @ 9PM ET/PT on SHOWTIME Directed By Sam EliadSubjects | Rafer Alston, Kenny Anderson, Mark Jackson, Stephon Marbury, God Shammgod, Kenny Smith, Rod Strickland and Dwayne "Pearl" WashingtonSYNOPSIS: The gritty blight of New York City in the '80s revealed a cultural resilience, one that ultimately birthed East Coast hip-hop and inspired a style of play on the basketball court that endures today. The elegance of the city's elite point guards, molded by the packed streetball courts, unwritten rules of bruising pickup games, and the perseverance required to survive everyday life, has come to define an era of basketball and American culture. Their transcendent style is etched in the consciousness of all who have witnessed these prodigies. The New York City point gods' lasting impact on the game of basketball can be seen around the world, in virtually every league.The film features a who's who of point guard deities: Rafer Alston, Kenny Anderson, Mark Jackson, Stephon Marbury, God Shammgod, Kenny Smith, Rod Strickland and Dwayne "Pearl" Washington. They brought theatrics, dizzying ball control, stylish misdirection, and a shake-and-bake game from the asphalt to the city's hallowed high school gyms and to the NBA, orchestrating successful offenses at every level. NYC POINT GODS explores not just how the city shaped these distinct players, but how these wunderkinds shaped and advanced the game under their watch, and whose impact continues to shape the game today.Here's the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnzzi0QDK-wKENNY ANDERSON BIOKenny "Chibbs" Anderson played his high school ball at Archbishop Malley HS. After a college career at Georgia Tech, he played point guard professionally from 1991 to 2006, mostly in the National Basketball Association.Anderson was selected by the New Jersey Nets with the second pick in the 1991 NBA Draft. He was the youngest player in the league at that time. He averaged seven points, two rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game. In Anderson's second season he nearly doubled his point, rebound, and assist averages. In his third season, he averaged 18.8 ppg and 9.6 apg. Anderson and teammate Derrick Coleman represented the East squad in the 1994 NBA All-Star Game. He was traded to the Charlotte Hornets in 1996.Anderson has played for the Nets, Hornets (including both Charlotte and New Orleans franchises), Portland Trail Blazers, Boston Celtics, Seattle SuperSonics and the Indiana Pacers, and split a season for the Atlanta Hawks and Los Angeles Clippers.In 1998, Portland traded Anderson to the Toronto Raptors for Damon Stoudamire, but he refused to report to the team because he did not want to play in Canada. The Raptors traded him to the Celtics for Chauncey Billups.Anderson was released from Lithuania's Zalgiris Kaunas after the 2005-06 season.NYC POINT GODS ARTICLE FROM DEADLINE.COMShowtime has set a summer premiere date for NYC Point Gods, a feature-length documentary on the enduring impact of New York City point guards who honed their craft on the city's playgrounds and high school gyms in the 1980s and '90s.The pic from Showtime Documentary Films and Kevin Durant and Rich Kleiman's Boardroom tips off at 9 p.m. Friday, July 29, on the premium cable net.NYC Point Gods features a who's who of point guard deities: Kenny Anderson, Mark Jackson, Stephon Marbury, Kenny Smith, Rod Strickland, Dwayne "Pearl" Washington, Rafer Alston and God Shammgod. They brought theatrics, dizzying ball control, stylish misdirection and a shake-and-bake game from the asphalt to the city's hallowed high school gyms and to the NBA, orchestrating successful offenses at every level.The pic features extensive interviews and rare footage of the point guards, plus prominent New York voices including Stephen A. Smith, Cam'ron, Fat Joe and college coaches Lou Carnesecca, Jim Boeheim and Rick Pitino.Said Durant, a two-time NBA champion and the league's 2014 MVP, "Everyone knows an NYC point guard when they see them, and the point gods of this film were instrumental in changing the game for everyone."Here's the official logline: "The gritty blight of New York City in the '80s revealed a cultural resilience, one that ultimately birthed East Coast hip-hop and inspired a style of play on the basketball court that endures today. The elegance of the city's elite point guards, molded by the packed streetball courts, unwritten rules of bruising pickup games, and the perseverance required to survive everyday life, has come to define an era of basketball and American culture. Their transcendent style is etched in the consciousness of all who have witnessed these prodigies. The New York City point gods' lasting impact on the game of basketball can be seen around the world, in virtually every league."NYC Point Gods is executive produced by Coodie and Chike (jeen-yuhs) for Showtime Sports Documentary Films and directed by Sam Eliad.
We brought some of the biggest disruptors in film to the stage for our Roots Picnic live podcast set: the directing duo Coodie & Chike and writer J. Ivy— the filmmakers of the critically acclaimed documentary series' Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy'! ‘Jeen-Yuhs' is one of the most watched documentaries of the year so in this episode we interview Coodie Simmons, Chike Ozah, and J. Ivy Richardson to talk about their beginnings, their creative journeys leading up to this moment, their inspirations, and what's next. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ditc/support
In this episode we interview Mike Thies and Topu Lyo of the band Live Footage. We discuss their formative years and the working practices of the band. We discuss a lot about their practice and theories on improvisation, and their recent work creating the score for the Kanye West documentary “Jeen-Yuhs” Please check out the band's website: http://www.livefootagebrooklyn.com/ Check out their music on their bandcamp site: https://livefootagebrooklyn.bandcamp.com Follow them on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livefootagebrooklyn/ ------------------------- Patreon = https://www.patreon.com/FantasticTonesForHumanBones Twitter = https://twitter.com/tones_for Instagram = https://www.instagram.com/ft4hb/ Youtube = https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyPekF7o7gpsMCC8ILXegGQ
Long before Kanye West became one of the most famous people on the planet, he was a 19-year-old up-and-coming producer of beats trying to make a name for himself in the local Chicago rap scene. Enter comedian Coodie Simmons, host of a local cable access show, who — taking inspiration from the landmark documentary “Hoop Dreams” — decided to turn his camera full-time on Kanye, sensing the young rapper had what it took to make it big. Now, 24 years and over 300 hours of footage later, Kanye is a household name and Coodie's dreams for creating an epic documentary have also come true. Directed by Coodie and his longtime collaborator Chike Ozah, the new three-part Netflix docuseries, “jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy” is an unprecedented, longitudinal portrait of a huge global superstar that tracks, in real-time, Kanye West's rise to — and struggles with — fame. Joining Ken for a wide-ranging conversation about their remarkably intimate and beautifully crafted documentary, the captivating duo of Coodie & Chike (“Benji”, “A Kid from Coney Island”) take us on the long, winding journey that led from the streets of Chicago into the recording studios of New York City and LA, and, eventually, as Kanye became a global phenomenon, to such places as the Dominican Republic and China. What is it like to have Kanye's mother embrace you as a member of her own family — and then to have to face the wrenching task of putting together a memorial video of her life when she dies suddenly just a few years later? How does one make the hard decision, after filming one's “young brother” for decades, that, in certain uncomfortable situations, turning off the camera may be the right call? And, ever the comedian, why did Coodie think the comedic device of the “callback” would be the perfect way to make Kanye West's retainer (yes, the budding rap star wore a retainer) one of the film's most memorable recurring bits? As Coodie says in the documentary, “Everything happens for a reason.” “jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy” is currently streaming on Netflix. Hidden Gems: Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life is Calling The Gods Must Be Crazy
Big thank you to Source Award and NAACP Image Award winning, film directing, producing, and screenwriting duo Coodie & Chike for coming on my show for an interview! Coodie & Chike discussed the success and reception of their Jeen-Yuhs Kanye West Netflix documentary. They got into earning Kanye's trust in order to release this documentary, starting to document his story when Hoop Dreams released, and putting his Through the Wire music video together. Coodie talked about attending Northern Illinois University for one semester, getting into media business through his sister Tonia, and creating Channel Zero in Chicago. Chike talked about majoring in motion graphics at Savannah College of Art and Design, wanting to make music videos from the beginning, and meeting both Kanye & Coodie while he was working for MTV. They spoke about creating their own production company Creative Control, creating the ESPN 30 for 30 Benji documentary, and putting together Stephon Marbury's documentary A Kid From Coney Island. Coodie & Chike also spoke about Donda West, their friendship with Kanye, and their next documentary covering the legendary painter Ernie Barnes. Stay tuned for all of the exciting things that they are working on for the near future! Follow Coodie & Chike on Instagram: @officialcoodieandchike Follow Coodie on Instagram and Twitter: @coodierock Follow Chike on Instagram: @cozah Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. Website: https://maxcoughlan.com/index.html. Website live show streaming link: https://maxcoughlan.com/sports-and-hip-hop-with-dj-mad-max-live-stream.html. MAD MAX Radio on Live 365: https://live365.com/station/MAD-MAX-Radio-a15096. Subscribe to my YouTube channel Sports and Hip Hop with DJ Mad Max: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCE0107atIPV-mVm0M3UJyPg. Coodie & Chike on "Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max" visual on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmzsYjlCWDs.
Is er plek op aarde voor de geniale gekken op onze wereld? Een tijd lang leek het alsof Kanye West vooral achter de schermen zijn kunst – het produceren van beats en muziek – mocht laten zien. Het echte podium kwam pas later; maar zelf was hij allang overtuigd van zijn genialiteit. Inmiddels is er ongeveer niemand die Kanye niet kent, maar zijn zelfvertrouwen én zijn bipolariteit (zijn 'super power') lijken nu ook in zijn nadeel uit te pakken. De hele rise and misschien wel fall van Kanye is vastgelegd in de documentaireserie 'jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy', die je kan zien op Netflix. Zijn jeugdvriend Coodie volgde de rapper twintig jaar lang met een camera, en dat maakt dat je in dit epos van 4,5 uur écht een kijkje krijgt in het geniale en te gekke brein van een van de groten der aarde.
Coodie & Chike joins Ebro in the Morning to discuss details behind the 3-part Netflix Documentary showcasing Kanye West's rise to fame using rare footage from his life named 'Jeen-Yuhs'. They also discuss their relationship with Donda West, share stories about Kanye West, footage that was not used in the documentary including a Jay-Z freestyle, what it took to get Ye on board with the documentary, their relationship with the artist, and much more. 'Jeen-Yuhs' is available on Netflix now. LISTEN TO HOT 97's NEWEST PODCAST "TAP IN WITH TT" ON: Apple Podcasts -https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tap-in-with-tt/id1618314923 Hot97.com -Tap In With TT | Hot97 Amazon Podcasts - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/d3104cc7-b28e-4e25-9884-5946219d0be6/tap-in-with-tt Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0a2g28v979wHIY0Vlnrjul?si=a91f5e2a4d254f6d iHeart -Tap In With TT | iHeart See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome back basement gang! It's still women's month and we want to give a big shout to Ketanji Brown Jackson. We see you! PERSEVERE!!! We are still giving flowers to E! Shoutouts to you too! Here at the basement, we don't always agree. But when we don't agree, WE DON'T AGREE! Hear us enter the ring of debate when the topic of Ye's docuseries Jeen-Yuhs was debated. Uhmm, you're going to need a drink for this one. Sit back and relax while we dive into this art. Btw, we need a Coodie. Hit us up if you're interested.
Today's documentary is jeen-yuhs, about Kanye West, released in 2022, directed by Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah. For this episode we are joined by Very Special Guest and OG Rock Docker Nick McCann. Talk with him about Kanye @nicholas_mccann "jeen-yuhs" is a 4.5 hour long, 3 part series about (Parts 1 & 2) the early, pre-fame days of Kanye's career and (Part 3) what's happened with Kanye, and what happened to his friendship with co-director Coodie, over the last 15 years or so. Who is the real star of the movie, and do the directors stick the landing in the end? Rock Docs is hosted by David Lizerbram & Andrew Keatts Twitter: @RockDocsPod Instagram: @RockDocsPod Cover Art by N.C. Winters - check him out on Instagram at @NCWintersArt
Co Host: NASCAR P 13k In this episode: Social work is a billion dollar industry. Corruption of the system and what we the people and the children suffering can do to stop this. Dreya Mac on Instagram Live leaking music. Reflecting on the Kanye West documentary and how they can relate to him and Coodie's relationship. They discuss Joe Budden telling Rondo to fire Nascar on Instagram Live.Pod Picks: ‘Before I Let Go" by Frankie Beverly & Maze ‘Own Brand (Baddie)' by Dreya Mac, ‘Modern Marvel' by Mos Def, ‘Mortal Man‘ by Kendrick Lamar Tune into the Rondo Show and his friends and follow the entire journey of these very layered human beings. The show covers numerous topics ranging from today's society, music to arts, but primarily focuses on self improvement, love and healing and what it means to be an artist or creator in the present. We encourage humans all over to inspire a better future around them. EXCLUSIVE Content available on Patreon now!!! Become a Patron.
On this weeks episode the girls discuss the documentary series "Jeen-Yuhs" and unpack the breakdown of Kanye West and Coodie's friendship. The girls use this as a catalyst to discuss their own friendships, how friendships change as they progress through different stages of their life, cheating, loyalty ties and much more! The episode is capped with an introduction of a new segment using the Reflex conversation card game - a way to really get to know the hosts! To purchase your own reflex cards click here!
On this weeks episode the girls discuss the documentary series "Jeen-Yuhs" and unpack the breakdown of Kanye West and Coodie's friendship. The girls use this as a catalyst to discuss their own friendships, how friendships change as they progress through different stages of their life, cheating, loyalty ties and much more! The episode is capped with an introduction of a new segment using the Reflex conversation card game - a way to really get to know the hosts! To purchase your own reflex cards click here!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Inspired by the new Netflix documentary JEEN-YUHS, your Industry Scoop hosts share their takeaways from this chronicle of not one but several geniuses responsible for the rise of Kanye West. From loyalty, vision, and perseverance to the necessity of finding your tribe, tune in as your hosts pay tribute to Donda West and Coodie and the lessons they learned as creatives, parents, and people from the geniuses behind JEEN-YUHS. KEY POINTS: - The several geniuses in “JEEN-YUHS” - When the harvest is undeniable - How to feed children the greatness they were born to become - Understanding the universe is working for you, not against you - “Real recognizes real” - find your tribe QUOTABLES: “There's no way you can be that committed and that diligent and that passionate and the universe not answer and match your pattern.” PRODUCTS / RESOURCES: Like what you're hearing? Follow Industry Scoop on social media and share the love! Instagram @industryscoop - instagram.com/industryscoop Facebook: facebook.com/industryscoopradio TikTok: tiktok.com/@industryscooppodcast? Follow Gill Talent on Instagram @gilltalent - instagram.com/GillTalent Visit the Gill Talent website at gilltalent.com The Industry Scoop Podcast is edited by Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com)
Joined by special guests Dawud Wallace and Shaun Marble, The fellas discuss the final episode of the Kanye West Netflix Documentary- Jeen-yuhs , directed by Coodie and Chike. We take a look into Kanye's success, The release of Late Registration, the death of his mother Donda, his off and on relationship with Coodie and more! 00:00 Intro 03:30 Previous Episode Comments 08:10 Act iii - Awakening 24:08 August 30, 2005 - Late Registration Drops 37:27 Kanye & Coodie Split? 47:34 Who is the real Jeen-yuhs? 56:27 November 10, 2007 - Donda Passes Away 1:08:17 Impact losing a parent had on us 1:21:27 "I know Kanye but never met Zeezy" 1:25:24 2016 - Signs of mental illness 1:25:58 2017 - The Reunion 1:39:00 2018 - Maga Kanye 1:46:30 2019 - Sunday Service 2:00:05 President Ye 2:06:45 South Carolina Speech 2:09:00 20 plus years of friendship 2:12:00 Outro Show Hosted by: Brandon | Alex | Quan | Mike Follow Special guest host Dawud Wallace @Way_wallace on twitter Follow Off The Record Podcast on IG, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, & Sportscastr Get your Off The Record Podcast Merch Here!
Wakanda director Ryan Coogler made headlines when he was handcuffed and detained at a Bank of America. In an attempt to be discreet he slid a bank slip to the teller with a note on the back asking her to do the money counter in the back. All while dressed in this weeks pod artwork. We have an IN DEPTH conversation about these events. In other banking news, Wells Fargo rejecting black refinance mortgages at a higher rate than it's counterparts. In the finesse move of the week, a man poses as a Walmart employee and steals an Oculus VR headset. In not so finesse fashion, a YouTube couple stays overnight in a Target in hopes of making a viral video and trip the alarm. Netflix reportedly paid Coodie and Chike $30 million for their footage in the Kanye documentary. We got some flowers for those 2 brothas! Deshaun Watson will not face any criminal charges but is still looking at 20 civil cases. NASTY…STILL! Britney Griner has been arrested and Russia and ironically it is not breaking news of any kind in the US. We try our best to bring awareness. Calvin Ridley suspended for sports betting, we got crumbl cookies in the building, and special S/O to @TheDistrict215 and @Mally__Geeze for being our live studio audience this week! Let's get it!
On today's episode of "Say Less," Kaz, Lowkey and Rosy are joined by friend of the show and first ever three-time guest of the podcast, Shane "Swerve" Strickland of All Elite Wrestling. Swerve talks about his debut at AEW Revolution, what WaleMania will be like in Dallas, and how you spot a pro wrestler in a crowded party. The gang also talk about what is the brokest thing they've ever done and ways to finagle in life when you know you ain't got it. The crew also discussed Matt Reeves' and Robert Pattinson latest spin on 'Batman' and why the idea of superheroes and alter egos resonate with so many. Low, Kaz, Rosy and Swerve also discuss which women they would want to become the first female president, and after the success of Kanye West and Coodie & Chike's 'Jeen-yuhs,' we talk about which artist we would love to see have their own 20-year-spanning documentary series. Follow Say Less: Watch the full video of the podcast on YouTube.com/Kazeem. Hosts: @Kazeem, @LowKeyUHTN and @ItsRosy @SayLessKazLow - Instagram @SayLessKazLow - Twitter @SayLessKazLow - TikTok
Yo Yo Yo! The YoungOgz are back and BETTER THAN EVER with the content this season! Did the gang tune in to the Kanye West documentary on Netflix produced by Coodie and company and WHAT THE F* is going on right now is Russia and Ukraine & how are we involved? Meg the Stallion's been making waves in the news again this week with her new collab video and also for some "not so new", old business involving the Tory Lanez case from last year, we got some updated details on that. The NBA season is coming to an end soon and the playoffs are right around the corner, so why are the Lakers fighting for a play-in tournament seed with so little time left... somebody had those guys winning it all this year *cough cough* (Leemac) Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/youngogzpodcast)
Kanye West Documentary titled Jeen Yuhs directed by Coodie and Chike is streaming exclusively on Netflix. For our latest iLLTALK, we give our opinion on why things are still the same even tho Chicago has made an influential impact on the world, as well as possible solutions that could bring change. Watch On Youtube: illnz.link/youtube Download Our App: illnz.link/app ----Connect With Us On Social Media ----- Instagram: www.instagram.com/illanoizeradio Twitter: twitter.com/illanoizeradio Facebook: www.facebook.com/illanoizeradio
On this episode of the Cruz Show Podcast Catch Up Episode: Cruz Show traffic announcer Mehgan Sapphire runs down her interesting life & Polyamorous relationships + Lezlee has an update on her love life + a fiancé that's hiding his assets, newly single people go hard & why didn't Lechero say hi to Jack Harlow. And finally we have a convo with the guys that created the Netflix's Been-Yuhs documentary about Kanye West.
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In this week's episode we cover various topics ranging from Brittney Griner's Russian legal troubles and how that could indirectly affect what's going on in Ukraine to whether or not Coodie and Chike are owed more for their 'Jeen-Yuhs' contributions. We also have the most in depth DC vs Marvel discussion any podcast has ever seen. You won't want to miss it. As always, we have contraries to get off: Yeezy will one day surpass Jordan Brand culturally Air fryers aren't all they're hyped up to be You CAN knock something if you haven't tried it. FREE YUNGIE VAN GOGH Make sure you subscribe wherever you're listening and check us out on Youtube Twitter: @ctbs_podcast Instagram: @contrarytothebs - @thow_weezy - @iamyungiee - @cam_drew34
Brittney Griner has been in a Russian jail for three weeks after they found hash vape pens in her luggage at the airport. The WNBA pays her just $227k annually… Russia paid her nearly $1M. She's facing 10 years in prison. Netflix paid Coodie and Chike 30 million for the Kanye West footage! Atlanta Thief drills holes in gas tanks to steal gas. Atlanta police arrest man accused of drilling holes in cars to steal Sauce Walka says men are held to a higher standard… men get made fun of if they are going bald or get surgery… but women wear weave & get BBL's The Game's older brother, Big Fase 100, seemingly insinuates that the rapper had a sexual relationship with Diddy. Tommy brother so press to find his mother but not to make things right with his own son Smfh How y'all designer real but crying about gas prices?? Ticket prices for Duke vs. UNC are going for up to $79,988 for Coach K's last home game. Russell Westbrook's wife calls out Skip Bayless for continuing to call him Russell WestBRICK & blocking her from Twitter. “Be respectful” Applebee's is going to test out a “Drive-thru” to appeal to the younger crowd who wants everything fast. Nike Reduces Amount Of Products Sold In Foot Locker Stores YFN Lucci claims he was stabbed in jail, asks Judge to grant bond for release. Jack Harlow Set To Make His Acting Debut In Reboot Of The 1992 Film ‘White Men Can't Jump' Lil Durk Wants People To Stop Shaming Rappers Over Fake Jewelry Durk says blame the jewelers for "selling them bogus" pieces. J. Cole Announces Dreamville Festival Lineup This year's Dreamville Festival will feature Ja Rule and Ashanti's on-stage reunion, the first-ever performance of DJ Drama's "Gangsta Grillz" with Lil Wayne, Jeezy, and T.I., and much more. Raymond Santana Files For Divorce From Deelishis After Nearly Two Years Of Marriage Kodak Black says getting rid of Donald Trump was the worst thing America did. Bel-air definitely had me on emotional roller coaster this week Ciara Seemingly Responds To Omeretta & Latto's ‘Sorry Not Sorry' Remix, Latto Says It's Not A Diss DaBaby Addresses OTF & Disses Memo600 Over NBA YoungBoy Tweet (( Memo600 says he doesn't blame DaBaby for working with NBA YoungBoy: “He thought that man was gone save his career”)) Kodak Black sets his sights on Kim Kardashian, shooting his shot by telling her, "You need a real n***a." Luka Doncic's First Signature Sneaker Gets A Release Date Soulja Boy angrily responds to Akbar V after she rapped in a new song that he didn't grow up in Atlanta. Lakers Coaching Staff Reportedly Wanted Russell Westbrook Traded The Weeknd's "The Simpsons" Character Will Make His Debut This Month Michael Rapaport will also voice a character in the upcoming March 20th episode. Fans think Latto's new song "Wheelie" features Cardi B after the rapper shared hints about the song's guest feature. UFC fighter Colby Covington tells Drake to go back to his "sh**ty little albums" after Drizzy bet $275,000 on Covington losing. Covington reportedly made $532,000 for the match. So "The Batman" Sees 2nd Largest Debut Of Pandemic Era With $128.5 Million Nicki Minaj Says She's Considered Having Drake Executive Produce New Album NBA Hits Julius Randle With Massive $50k Fine For Shoving Referee & Cam Johnson Wack 100 explains why Tupac died a legend but Biggie & Nipsey Hussle didn't.
Joined by special guest Dawud Wallace, The fellas discuss episode 2 of the Kanye West Netflix Documentary, Jeen-yuhs , directed by Coodie and Chike. We discuss the dropping of the College Dropout Album, what it took for Kanye to get to that release date, moments with Jamie Foxx, Pharrell Williams and More! 00:00 Intro 03:00 Ep 1 Review Comments 03:55 Kanye Passed JayZ in all categories? 09:22 Did the Yeezy Jump over the Jump man? 18:40 Alex Responds to the comments coming at him 24:15 Has the Kanye hate become visceral? 36:18 ACT ii Purpose 39:14 Peedi Crack pushed before Kanye/ Hov Session 43:00 Im not a producer/rapper 45:30 October 23, 2002 - Kanye car crash 52:15 The making of Slow Jamz 55:40 JayZ a rapper not an artist? 1:01:00 Playing Through The Wire For Pharrell 1:12:10 February 10, 2004 - College Dropout Drops 1:16:00 Through The Wire Video Release Party 1:19:13 Success of College Dropout the start of strained relationships? 1:22:52 Where do you rank Jesus Walks? 1:26:09 Kanye's Grammy moment the start of Kanye as we know him today? 1:32:30 Do we give Kanye credit for his early fashion? 1:36:53 Act ii special moments 1:42:50 Act iii Preview from Dawud 1:44:45 Thanks to Liquid Intrusion for the LIQUID! ( https://www.libcobeer.com/ ) 1:45:50 Outro Show Hosted by: Brandon | Alex | Quan | Mike Follow Special guest host Dawud Wallace @Way_wallace on twitter Follow Off The Record Podcast on IG, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, & Sportscastr Get your Off The Record Podcast Merch Here! Off The Record is a proud member of Crossover Media: Follow Crossover on IG & Twitter.
Coodie (born January 18, 1971) and Chike (born April 6, 1978) are film directors, screenwriters, cinematographers, and producers. Coodie and Chike started directing together with their MTV buzz-worthy video for Kanye West entitled "Through the Wire", which was nominated for a MTV Viewers Choice Award, and won a Source Award for Best Music Video of the Year. They have continued their music video success directing "Two Words" and the third version of "Jesus Walks" off Kanye West's The College Dropout album, Pitbull's "Culo" video, Mos Def's "Ghetto Rock" video, Erykah Badu's controversial video "Window Seat" and most recently Lupe Fiasco's "Old School Love" video. The team started directing and producing long form music content with the bonus behind the scene video on Christina Aguilera's Back to Basics album and a music documentary for Wale's The Gifted album. Coodie & Chike received acclaim for their ESPN 30-for-30 film, Benji (2012), a film about a high school basketball player who was tragically killed. In 2013 they directed Good Morning, a short film for American Family Insurance. Good Morning debuted at the 2013 American Black Film Festival.
This Week In Culture Episode 221 (Jeen-Yuhs EP03): Hey Mama. This week Ant and J. Johnson review for the final episode of the #Kanye docu-trilogy, #Jeenyuhs on #Netflix. The guys break down the relationship between Coodie and Kanye, Kanye's ascension to superstardom and the heartbreaking passing of his mother. You don't want to miss this episode! Click the link and subscribe now. ❶ Subscribe to our Youtube page ☞ Here ❷ Join Our Facebook Group ☞ Here Follow @jjohnson313 on Instagram and Twitter Follow @Trinidadant on Instagram Follow This Week In Culture on Instagram and Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thisweekinculture/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thisweekinculture/support
“jeen-yuhs” codirectors Coodie and Chike were smart to break up their documentary on Kanye West into three parts, especially where they did: “Act I: Vision” covers the earliest days of a future legend, “Act II: Purpose” zeroes in on the pivotal moment that he became a megastar, and “Act III: Awakening” explores the repercussions of that explosive success.The only problem is that, as the insiders who made the first two acts, Coodie and Chike got kicked outside for the third — a perhaps natural progression for the inner circle of an artist who, as an underdog, wanted every moment of his life documented but now, as a superstar, almost certainly does not. Particularly, that is, in the current climate, when the rest of the media hangs on his every public act or social-media missive (and justifiably or no, is not kind about them).As a result, “Awakening” feels more forlorn and distant than its predecessors, unsure of how to resolve a life and career story that obviously is not yet finished, wherein its documentarians no longer have the same access as they once did.“Awakening” opens with an act of hubris from Kanye West that seems prophetic (given his subsequent behavior) but which one imagines might have been charming at the moment he was hovering on the cusp of success: West gets into a real argument with frequent collaborator and fellow rapper Rhymefest for emphatically saying that Kanye is not a genius — yet. “Genius is developed through experience and hardship,” Rhymefest observes, “and I thought you were a genius before I saw Jay-Z make up a rap in five minutes.” Of course, Jay-Z had more than a decade of experience on West even before he released his debut album, but you still get the sense that West's beloved mother Donda may have at least slightly over-nurtured her son's confidence.Sadly, she died in 2007, taking with her the counterbalance and groundedness that kept him tethered to reality, although more than one montage showcases exactly how quickly West succumbed to delusions of grandeur — rationalizing his claims of being a genius, claiming to be to hip-hop what Michael Jackson was in the 1980s — years before she passed.Donda's death is widely acknowledged by critics in the media as West's “Rosebud,” and if you've paid attention to his behavior between then and now, it's easy to suggest her absence set him on a different path. Unfortunately, Coodie and Chike don't offer much more complexity to this widely-held theory, despite the mountains of footage that they recorded of the two of them during the formative years of his career.To be fair, it is undeniably touching to watch West and his mother sing “Hey Mama” together in his kitchen or to see how she props him up as his biggest and most tireless supporter. It's certainly possible that every bad decision he's made in 15 years originates from that understandably unmooring event in his life, but from a storytelling perspective, it behooves these would-be insiders to draw that conclusion with a bit more nuance than the average know-it-all critic.By Coodie's own admission, he and Chike began to lose touch with him even before Donda passed away; what becomes subtly fascinating to watch is the distance that grows between the camera and its subject as Kanye's star continues to rise, an official “team” assembles around him, and the documentarians' status downgrades to a part of his entourage.While years tick by without him being a part of Kanye's life, Coodie chronicles the birth and raising of his own daughter as a well-intentioned but unsuccessful effort to create the parallel narrative of his own life and career, while the footage of Kanye grows more packaged and distant. The filmmaker's sympathetic arms-length commentary on Kanye's exploits, from interrupting Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009 to his failed 2020 presidential bid, offer few insights that others haven't made before.Unexpectedly, Coodie gets an opportunity to follow Kanye at the tail end of his series of Sunday Service performances and his promotional tour for the accompanying album “Jesus Is King,” and later he decides to start assembling 20 years' worth of footage into a film as COVID-19 shuts down the country. Flying to the Dominican Republic in July 2020, Coodie not only captures footage of Kanye recording (and of the constantly shifting influences of religion, art, culture, and even pottery that drive his creativity,)but also of some uncomfortable conversations with real-estate partners that grow so unhinged that he actually stops filming.It's clear that this is a different Kanye West than the one he once knew, and Coodie seems to capitulate to the idea that his former friend has grown so successful and powerful and out of control that there's no way to turn that trajectory around, much less to intervene and comfort Kanye.As the documentary concludes, what audiences are left with is a series of images of Kanye West, a hip-hop prodigy turned superstar turned tabloid magnet, imploding as his bi-polar disorder scuttles his presidential campaign — and seemingly everything else in his life — while incessant, grandiose aspirations push him into increasingly unhealthy obsessions, most of all about himself. His interactions with the world have formed a feedback loop that seems to simultaneously reinforce his larger-than-life visions and ruin the prospect of him achieving any sort of ordinary living, much less happiness.Coodie is right to be sad about it, and so should viewers, but what “jeen-yuhs” underscores is that with Kanye West, the knob is broken off and the volume is turned up too high, so even if you want to be compassionate and forgiving, even the things that you might like are too obnoxious to want to experience. Of course, it seems like a sensation that is more common to high-profile celebrities than ordinary people would ever have the opportunity to know, but if Coodie and Chike's documentary doesn't tell us quite enough about Kanye West that we don't already know, it manages to capture that phenomenon and to localize it in someone. At least we now have a fuller portrait when we decide to judge him.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
David Angelo, Mike Burns, Dave Helem, and Rojo Perez join Brido on the panel. They discuss slap fighting, Jeen-Yuhs, Ukraine, and a bunch of other cool stuff for cool listenrs. Videos on patreon.com/brido.
Part 1 of Jeen-Yuhs was securing the record deal. Part 2 was actually getting the record done. And Part 3 was...well. Everything else. And we mean EVERYTHING! Part 3 of Coodie and Chike's documentary about Kanye West is wildly ambitious and enthralling. But what is it truly about? What can we take away from the 4.5 hour experience? In this episode, we work through our thoughts (and have a few existential crises along the way). If you'd like to support the show (and hear this episode ad-free), then join our Patreon community. You can also watch this podcast in video form over on our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Next up on You Can't Make This Up, we are talking about "jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy" out now on Netflix. The lives of an emerging superstar and filmmaker intertwine in this intense and intimate docuseries following Kanye West's career. The documentary event showcases both his formative days trying to break through and his life today as a global brand and artist.In our next episode, host Rebecca Lavoie interviews the directors, producers, and writers of "jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy," Chike & Coodie. We can't wait for you to hear what they share about their experience capturing the footage that spans over two decades. If you haven't watched the trilogy yet, make sure to add it to your watch-list before our next episode that releases next week. Stay Tuned!
Today we are discussing the first part of the documentary film about the life of the artist, record producer, businessman, and fashion designer, Kanye West. 'Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy', directed by Coodie and Chike, follows an up-and-coming Ye on his journey to superstardom. Listen as we discuss the early stages of him being recognized for his music production and despite his success as a producer, his ultimate aspiration to become a rapper. We talk about the connection that Ye had with his mother Donda West, and how much she contributed to her son's future success, and find out why this documentary helps humanize the controversial figure known as Kanye West.
Award season is (finally) in full swing. Joanna Robinson joins Sean to break down the SAG Awards, the state of Best Picture (1:00), and to let Sean get some takes off his chest (34:30). Then, directing duo Coodie & Chike join Sean to talk about ‘jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy,' Netflix's new three-part documentary film series tracking the rise of Kanye West (1:02:00). Host: Sean Fennessey Guests: Joanna Robinson, Coodie & Chike Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joined by special guest Dawud Wallace, The fellas discuss episode 1 of the Kanye West Netflix Documentary, 'Jeen-yuhs', directed by Coodie and Chike. The fella discuss Kanye's impact on hip hop music, as well as his relationship with his Mother Donda and more! Show Hosted by: Brandon | Alex | Quan | Mike Follow Off The Record Podcast on IG, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, & Sportscastr Get your Off The Record Podcast Merch Here! Off The Record is a proud member of Crossover Media: Follow Crossover on IG & Twitter.
So here we have some Jeen-Yuhs behind the scenes, where Coodie and Chike share some stories about the making of the Kanye doc and Kanye in general. Including the origin of Kanye's dancing and recording in hotels. Some cool stuff in here. Shout out Stony and Yates. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Part II opens with a heartfelt home video dated May 17, 1990, capturing Ye and his family enjoying time together. As the camera pans the room, it eventually shows a young Ye (a few weeks shy of his 13th birthday) sporting a white top with black polka dots eager to drop some fire bars.“What's up in effect and it's time to select,” the superstar-to-be begins. “The mind of Kanye is the place to be/ Can't you see it's me/ And I'm freshly/ Moving and grooving and proving to you/ I can be moving/ And yo/ I'm pursuing the rap art fo' sure.”He finishes off affirming, “I'm sway in top place/ I'm not going back/ When I wear the polka dots 'cause that's what I got/ I'm def and I'm fresh and I am the best/ Nothing less can come from West.”The documentary also shows footage from inside Roc-A-Fella's “Paid in Full” press conference, which took place in New York two decades ago, in October 2002. When Coodie asked Dame Dash about the label's plans for then “new artist Kanye West,” the co-founder of Roc-A-Fella said, “Kanye is definitely a ‘Roc-A-Fella.' He's an entrepreneur [and] he's promoting himself as we speak.”At the time, Dash and other attendees didn't know Ye would eventually become a billionaire. “Every time I see him… he has a f—ing camera with him and he does really good music,” Dash said.When given a chance to speak for himself, Ye said, “I definitely think I'm bringing an entire new market to Roc-A-Fella … Because I went through the struggle of being broke, I'm like everybody sitting out here.”At the time, the label still recognized Ye primarily as a producer, but his goal was to become a distinguished rapper. So he set his sights on appearing on Jay-Z's upcoming sequel to The Blueprint.As West continued trying to find his footing as a standout rapper within his new Roc-A-Fella label, he decided that landing a feature on Jay-Z's seventh studio album The Blueprint 2: The Gift and the Curse would be the next big thing to advance his career trajectory.“[This is] just a long-a– way from f—ing rapping in my mama's crib,” a visibly proud Ye said after finishing his verse, which appears on their collaborative song “The Bounce.”“Closed mouths don't get fed, you understand? He wouldn't have been on that,” Jay-Z said in a clip. And when HOV was later asked how he feels about West, the Roc-A-Fella co-founder said, “Ye West! Hot! Fire! Put my money on him.”As many longtime fans know, Ye broke his jaw in three places following a near-deadly car crash while leaving an October 2002 studio session. At the time, many thought his career would be over.But in true West fashion, despite the setback, he decided to push through with his song “Through the Wire.” Cameras followed West as he went to a dentist appointment following the incident.“In my opinion, you should have physical therapy to get your jaw mobilized,” his dentist recommended. “If you don't mobilize it, it's gonna get stuck.” Still, West was eager to appear in an upcoming music video.After its November 2003 debut, “Through the Wire” became a top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100.Jamie Foxx appears in the documentary while recording their collaborative groove “Slow Jamz.” The song, which also includes Twista, topped the Hot 100. After recording the hit inside Foxx's at-home studio, West continued borrowing studio time from other artists because Roc-A-Fella had tabled the production of his album College Dropout due to the accident. While recording their song “Breathe In Breathe Out” together, Ludacris had some encouraging words to say about West.“Kanye West, one of the top-notch producers and top-notch rappers in the game,” Ludacris began. “I ain't gonna lie to you, he surprised the sh– out of me. Believe that man, everybody already knows about his production. They're about to find out he got skills. Believe me, the n—a got skills.”During another recording session, Pharrell appears visibly surprised to see Ye's freestyle lyricism. “I didn't know!” Pharrell repeatedly said. “I just thought it was [producing] the music. I didn't know. This guy is like … I'm so impressed.”The proud rapper then played “Through the Wire” to gauge Pharrell's thoughts on the track. “That sh– is phenomenal. You're one of my favorite artists,” Pharrell said. “I only heard like two records. You're gonna make it.” He then urged Ye to “keep the same hunger” even after he makes it in the industry.Along the way, West also gained support from Chicago-native comedian DeRay Davis, who soon became the voice of Ye's College Dropout album skits.Still, Roc-A-Fella kept the album on the far back burner after Ye's accident, so he continued producing beats to stay afloat.About four years ahead of of her 2007 death, Ye's mom Donda West declared “Hey Mama” as her most adored song by her son. “That's my favorite song,” the doting mom said. As they walked outside together, Donda said, “Kanye, that was so magnificent what you did. You snapped. I'm telling you, you did. Did you hear me, I was like, ‘Kanye! Alright, give it up.'”She went on, “You said some heavy political stuff in between … I was like, ‘Oh snap!'” All this went on as Ye continued treating his severely injured jaw five months after the car accident. West eventually decided to postpone his reconstructive surgery to continue recording College Dropout. Later in the episode, Donda declares that 2004 will be their best year yet during a New Year's Eve party at her son's first Los Angeles home. “It's just gonna get better,” she said. ” … We're gonna make it, we're gonna do it .. for everybody on the team.”After planning the release party for the “Through the Wire” music video just one day in advance, Kanye opened up about some of the struggles he was experiencing with his label.“I don't know if you know this, but my album keeps getting pushed back,” he told the audience of supporters. “And I don't know if you know this, but my marketing budget is not open. I don't know if you know this, but they actually haven't paid for me to have the black-and-white shot that people get when they originally get signed. I got signed a year ago.”He went on, “The reason I make tracks at this point is to have enough money to pay for my T-shirts, to have enough money to pay for my mixtapes.”When Dash joined the party, Ye continued, “This video cost me $33,000 that I paid for out of my pocket. We put this together to get the buzz going so I can get me a release date.” He then gave a special shout-out to Clarence “Coodie” Simmons for shooting the footage.Finally as Ye started to gain major traction on radio, TV appearances and more, Dash admitted, “I'm not gonna lie, I never really paid him too much attention. I was like, ‘Stick to the beats, kid.'”He went on, “The thing I liked about him the most is he never tried to be like anybody. He was very intent on being original and doing things his way. On another level, he's always controlled his own destiny.”“The impact of The College Dropout forever changed the culture, but it felt like the bigger Kanye got, the further we grew apart,” Coodie said. Then Ye went on tour without him.As their friendship with Ye appeared to be dwindling, Coodie and Chike began directing music videos for other artists. In 2004, they went on to document John Legend's making of “Ordinary People.”But then West circled back to Coodie & Chike to shoot his “Jesus Walks” music video in Chicago after some failed attempts with other directors he originally felt were a better fit for the gig. Clearly, the friendship was rekindled as Coodie & Chike are the directors of Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy. After The College Dropout finally dropped, Ye earned 10 Grammy nominations for his debut studio album.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This Episode of Rodes Live Podcast I sit down with my brother Zeke, and we discuss the Kanye Documentary Jeen-Yuhs. The reason we're talking about it is because the documentary was shot by our brother Coodie. Coodie and Chike are responsible for the 30 for 30 Benji documentary, A Kid from Coney Island, and now Jeen-Yuhs. We're just kicking it. Zeke's dropping exclusive gems because he's actually been around everything from day one. This episode is about celebrating this great accomplishment of our brother Coodie were giving him his Roses. If you haven't seen the documentary part two drops this week on Netflix. #podcast #podcasting #podcastersofinstagram #podcasts #spotify #podcastlife #podcaster #youtube #music #radio #comedy #hiphop #love #applepodcasts #podcasters #podcastshow #itunes #interview #newpodcast #spotifypodcast #entrepreneur #motivation #netflix #applepodcast #s #covid #art #radioshow #soundcloud #marketing #jeen-yuhs #coodie #kanye #dj #bhfyp Make sure you support the Podcast Cash App $RodesT20 or Paypal email@example.com www.rodesonline.net/store (Merch). www.rodesonline.net (album). Linktr.ee/Rodes --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rodes-hunt/support
We getting two full reviews in this jam packed episode of the pod. This week we recap the Super Bowl, break down the trailer for Jordan Peele's highly anticipated film NOPE, while talking the artistic nuances of Malcolm & Marie. From there we get into some in depth analysis of the GOAT BIg Krit's newest EP Digital Roses Don't Die, Coodie and Chika's Jeen-Yuhs Documentary on Netflix about the one and only Kanye West. And certainly give my laughably disappointed thoughts on Netflix's 2022 requal of Texas Chainsaw Massacre. And of course... Much more Music from this episode: Stro Elliot, James Brown- Black and LOud Big K.R.I.T- All The Time Snippets From: N/A https://www.isolatedthoughtspodcast.com/ Instagram: isolatedthoughtspod Twitter: IsoThoughtsPod *Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS*
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Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay discuss Kanye West's troublesome social media activity (7:28) before welcoming ‘Jeen-Yuhs' directors Coodie and Chike to discuss the evolution of Kanye in their new Netflix documentary (26:23). Plus, the NFL hires Loretta Lynch (18:18), and Eric Adams meets with drill rap artists (1:12:44). Hosts: Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay Guest: Coodie and Chike Producers: Trudy Joseph and Donnie Beacham Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ep. 23: Dope house experiences + go to beers back in the day, Dr. Dre, Daz, and the Death Row Records era, NFL Honors Awards, The GOAT QBs, Super Bowl Halftime Show, Why Lose Yourself doesn't hit the same as Dreams & Nightmares, Rex Cruz x Jiu-Jitsu, Coodie and the genius of Jeen-Yuhs, Kanye West vs Pete Davidson, Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose back in the day, Super Bowl ads, Joe Rogan and the n-word.
What's up legendaries, it's Ameenha Lee. In this podcast episode, I discuss my honest thoughts about Kanye West upcoming Netflix documentary, ‘Jeen Yuhs'. Directed by Coodie and Chile, episode 1 portrays the beginnings of Kanye West. West was only a producer from Chicago who strived for more. “I might be someone's American Dream, but i'm striving for more.” This episode shows Kanye West moving to New York City in hopes of getting a record deal. Also, you see appearances from Beyoncé, Pharrell, Jay Z, and many more music legends. Find out more only on The Lifestyle of Ameenha Lee Podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ameenha/support
The Worst Person in the World star Anders Danielsen Lie talks about splitting his time between acting and medicine — and why he doesn't feel the need to pick one path. Jeen-Yuhs directors Clarence "Coodie" Simmons and Chike Ozah discuss their decades-long journey documenting the life of Kanye West. Artist Susete Saraiva takes us inside the world of building miniatures as she competes against other tiny house architects on CBC Gem's new reality series, Best in Miniature. Filmmaker Valérie Lemercier talks about writing, directing and starring in the new unauthorized Céline Dion biopic, Aline.
Today, the long-awaited documentary about Kanye West hits Netflix. And guess what?! The two directors of Jeen-Yuhs, Coodie & Chike, sat down with Chris for a short conversation about the filming experience and what they hope people take away from the film. If you'd like to support the show (and hear this episode ad-free), then join our Patreon community. You can also watch this podcast in video form over on our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's episode of Next with Novo features directorial duo Coodie and Chike, the team behind some of the most influential music videos of the past 20 years. They came on the show to discuss their journey as well as the launch of their most recent film “jeen-yuhs,” a documentary on Kanye West and his rise to fame, which premiered at Sundance on January 23rd. Coodie and Chike begin by describing their upbringing and how they came to music and film-making. They discuss how they met and tell stories of their early life, including how they ended up meeting Kanye and deciding to start documenting his journey. And finally, they discuss the upcoming launch of “jeen-yuhs” on Netflix. Follow Coodie and Chike on Instagram @officialcoodieandchike Check out the trailer for “jeen-yuhs” Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube and Apple Podcasts channels so you don't miss out on future episodes, and follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/novogratz YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/mikenovo/ Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3sdPneD Next with Novo is the go-to resource for what's new and what's next. In this series, Mike Novogratz, influential investor, Wall Street Veteran, and CEO at Galaxy Digital, invites viewers to learn with him from the brightest minds behind disruptive businesses, prolific social movements, and technologies powering permissionless innovation. This podcast was recorded on February 2nd, 2022. The Next with Novo podcast is for informational purposes only. Nothing in this podcast constitutes an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, any securities. The information in the podcast does not constitute investment, legal, or tax advice. The host is an affiliate of Galaxy Digital (host and Galaxy Digital together, the “Parties”), and the podcast represents the opinions of the host and/or guest and not necessarily that of Galaxy Digital. The Parties do not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information therein. Each of the Parties expressly disclaims any and all liability relating to or resulting from the use of this information. Certain information in the podcast may have been obtained from published and non-published sources and has not been independently verified. The Parties may buy, sell or hold investments in some of the companies, digital assets or protocols discussed in this podcast. Except where otherwise indicated, the information in this video is based on matters as they exist as of the date of preparation and will not be updated.
Coodie and Chike, the directors of Netflix's Kanye West documentary 'Jeen-Yuhs,' go deep into the making of their revelatory three-part movie in an interview with host Brian Hiatt. Plus: Rolling Stone's David Fear puts the film in historical context Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kanye has reached out to Drake to narrate the forthcoming Jeen-Yuhs documentary. There's only one problem. The documentary already has a narrator: Coodie. And replacing him would, I think, be kind of devastating to the whole thing. We discuss. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The much talked about Kanye West documentary by Coodie & Chike hits Netflix soon, and I was lucky enough to see it early. Here's my review of Part 2 (with a part 1 recap), getting into the making of The College Dropout, from Kanye's car crash, to the creation of Through the Wire, to Pharrell's emotional moment, to Kanye finally dropping the album and ascending into stardom. We even bring in breaking discussion about Ye wanting Drake to narrate the doc and why that probably wouldn't work. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coodie & Chike say that Kanye—despite his Instagram post—won't have the final say on their Jeen-Yuhs documentary. So where does that leave us? If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We have some updates about Donda 2! Theophilus London shared either a message from Kanye or lyrics to a song. Vory has arrived in Los Angeles to work on the album. Digital Nas is working on the album. And documentary-extraordinaire, Coodie, is with Ye right now, hopefully meaning there's no last-minute issues with the forthcoming Netflix Jeen-Yuhs doc. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On our Jackie Robinson/mid season finale episode, all the marauders are back to record and back to give their hot takes starting on Kayne West's jeen-yuhs Netflix documentary coming in February (16th) and Mr. West lashing out at directors Coodie & Chike and Netflix to let him in to have the final say and see on his upcoming documentary to (as of this recording) no avail. We ask if the upcoming four and a half hour documentary will be better with or without Kanye's hands on the film. Next up, social media keeps adding more gas to the fire that is Eminem finally getting a Verzuz battle in the potential future with some saying that the favorite to be his opponent would be Busta Rhymes. We ask if Busta is Em's best Verzuz opponent in the future or if someone else is lurking in the shadows waiting to beat Eminem. After that, lyrics has been used in courtrooms against musicians for decades when crimes are committed, Jay Z and Meek Mill want to change that narrative to present a bill in New York that prevents that from happening that has now being sent to the Senate floor. We discuss if music lyrics should or shouldn't be used against rappers/musicians in court. Later, Bow Wow voices his disappointment via Twitter by calling out fans after someone saying to name three of his songs if a person put a gun to their head. With him calling fans out, the fans have responded by clowning the rapper on social media. We voice our opinions on why people hate Bow Wow. All that plus, lots of laughs, J. Cole albums ranked and a lot more! Follow the show on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!: @lowendmarauders Follow the marauders on Instagram!: @real_89/@dj_young_franky, @therealjknox, @nycholasfury Shop the Low End Marauders store!: my-store-10281732.creator-spring.com SOURCES: Kanye: https://www.thedailybeast.com/netflixs-kanye-west-docuseries-jeen-yuhs-ends-on-a-dark-and-disturbing-note?ref=scroll Eminem: https://www.nme.com/news/music/swizz-beatz-responds-to-dr-dres-request-for-eminem-verzuz-opponent-3146953 Jay Z & Meek Mill: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/jay-z-meek-mill-big-sean-fat-joe-back-law-limiting-rap-lyrics-at-criminal-trials-1286594/ Bow Wow: https://hiphopdx.com/news/id.67483/title.bow-wow-admits-he-didnt-need-a-verzuz-im-only-34-yall-cant-name-3-of-my-songs --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/low-end-marauders/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/low-end-marauders/support
JEEN-YUHS has had its Sundance premier. And I got to see it! So here are my initial thoughts about part 1 and some broader thoughts on the trilogy as a whole. We'll get into Coodie, Chike, J Ivy, Ye, what years the documentary covers, when it comes out, other reactions, if fans will like it, and more. #Kanye #JeenYuhs #Genius #Reaction #React If you'd like to support the show (and hear this episode ad-free), then join our Patreon community. You can also watch this podcast in video form over on our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ye is unhappy about a lack of control when it comes to the forthcoming Jeen-Yuhs documentary on Netflix. We have Coodie and Chike's initial response to Ye. And discuss more about what could happen and why he's upset. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Netflix has given us the first teaser from its forthcoming Kanye documentary by Chike & Coodie. This teaser is already a force of nature. If it's any indication of the documentary quality, we're in for a treat. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's so unlike Kanye to delay something. But according to one person who claims to have a source with high-level information, Kanye has delayed the release of the Netflix documentary. Is this true? Who knows. But does it track with everything Kanye-related? Absolutely. So we'll see if Coodie and Chike's Kanye doc ever sees the light of day. Or if it's just tied to the release of DONDA and will drop on the same day. #Kanye #KanyeWest #Netflix #DONDA If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Listen to the "Kon the Louis Vuitton Don" mixtape: https://www.mixunit.com/p/110781-kon-the-louis-vuitton-don-kanye-west-mixtapeWe also neglected to mention that the Through the Wire music video (funded solely by Kanye himself) was produced by Coodie and Chike, the same people involved with Netflix's recently acquired docu-series.
Ep. 16: Paul Pierce + IG Live and ESPN. Cryptocurrency - Bitcoin, Nas + KD cash out on Coinbase + NFT takes off. Music outside of hip-hop we listened to in high school. Police shootings - Bodycam footage of the Adam Toldeo shooting shows he complied, contradicts official statement + Daunte Wright "accidentally" killed by a cop in a traffic stop. White people wildin on cops, and not getting shot. US Army lieutenant attacked by police officer, bodycam footage reveals police lied. US Army sergeant attacks Black kid, gets pulled up on. Coodie and Chike's upcoming Netflix documentary on Kanye West. The legacy + loss of one of the greatest artists of all time, DMX. Rest in Power Earl "DMX" Simmons December 18, 1970 - April 9, 2021
Finally, Netflix will have a Kanye documentary thanks to Coodie & Chike. Find out what's known and more about the work Coodie and Chike have done with Kanye over the years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices