German-American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer from North Carolina
This week on The 8 More Than 92 Podcast Harrison is joined by Mike Floss to discuss his musical background, gangsta rap being targeted by law enforcement, the return of backpack rapping, his EP "Contraband", balancing activism and rapping, Nashville Illuminati, underground vs mainstream, and Kendrick not being Number 1 ... As always this is The 8 More Than 92 Podcast, where we always keep it
Who is the best rapper in 2022? After receiving albums like Kendrick Lamar's Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, Kanye West's Donda and J. Cole's The Off-Season, it felt like the right time to have this debate. We considered the strength of the latest albums released from these artists, their features & overall contributions as rappers over the last few years. LIVE ALBUM REACTIONS: https://go.nfrpodcast.com/Patreon
Rumours involving the Raptors are almost always in direct conflict with how Masai operates, but it's hard to ignore the different trade scenarios. RAPTORS: Imagine that we are a team that can pull off a Kawhi trade without losing our most important pieces to get it done. Who is the big star that we're bringing in? J-Cole will be playing basketball in the CEBL. What other celebrity would you like to see playing for the Raptors? NBA: There are so many consistently lopsided victories in the playoffs. Why has this been happening so much? If every Canadian player was put on its own team and got to compete in the current season, how would that team fair? With special guests Wesley Cheng and Darren Menezes! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Newest Scarborough Shooting Star and 2020 Raptors draft pick guard Jalen Harris discusses his time away from the NBA, how he's improved as a player and person, former teammates and why it's so cool to be playing with J.Cole in the coming months. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode we open with a Busta Rhymes appreciation segment to celebrate his recent 50th Birthday! We talk about his discography, legendary videos, and where we feel he ranks on the all time list.Finally Prodigy of Mobb Deep has his solo catalog added to streaming services. Not only are the old cuts available, but news of a few more drops breaks as well! Netflix has seen better days to say the least. We'll let you know what led to 150 employees being laid off. We try to guess where they went wrong and if it could be fixed. Weezy went at Luka first then doubled back and got his mans Mark Cuban owner of the Dallas Mavericks, after Cuban had some fun at Wayne's expense following game 7 of the Conference Semi-Finals. Did Wayne go too far? We'll give our opinions. Say it ain't so!! The internet is cooking up a conspiracy that the MIGOS are splitting up. We'll discuss the theory being presented and if we give it any merit. Then, J Cole did it again! His second professional basketball contract has been signed. We'll let you know what team he'll be suiting up for this season. All that and more on episode 89 of Unprofessional AF Podcast! --- 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/ramon-barraza85/message
Episode 186On this episode we give our reviews on the NBA playoffs so far and different things in the off season and we review Kendrick Lamar newest album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers we also try to rank it amongst his others and put it up against J Cole's The Off Season and talk about a lot more on this episode you not gonna wanna miss.___________________________DNATHEONLYONE Twitter & Instagram : @_whatwhoisdnaYouTube channel: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC_s66KvKj_N9b6vEHqQiyhA. Do the rappers need beats ? : https://www.beatstars.com/only1dna/feed————————————————————————————————————-Follow Cold HARD Facts podcast on Twitter: @Coldhardfactspc ————————Instagram: @coldhardfactspc Facebook : https://m.facebook.com/coldhardfactspodcast/——————————————————-___________________________Martin Madnesss Twitter : @MartinMadnesss IG: @Martin_Madnesss____________________________________ Kuda Buggin Twitter: @KudaBuggin—————————————————Instagram: @kudabuggin ——————————————————-Buggin out radio : https://www.spreaker.com/show/buggin-out-radio.
Longtime NBAer, Raptors Assistant Coach and VP & Senior Advisor for the Scarborough Shooting Stars Jamaal Magloire joined OverDrive earlier today and got into a number of things including J. Cole joining his team, the growth of the CEBL, the growth of Scottie Barnes in his rookie season & falling short versus the Sixers in the first round.
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the fellas start with a Birthday Weekend Recap, talking about the things they did and how they feel getting older. They then do a brief recap of thoughts on the Kendrick Album a week later. J Cole's name comes up as they debate a track from Forest Hill's Drive to Kendrick's "We Cry Together", and then they speak on what they expect musically for the rest of the year. There's a good segment regarding health as the gentlemen pay their respects to Lil Need and speak to the importance of taking health more serious even at a young age. Terrell then gets the soapbox out to speak on what he believes people should pay attention to regarding the Shooting in Buffalo and the gentlemen pay more respect to the victims who tragically lost their lives. For the sports segment the fellas talk a little NBA Playoff Basketball, and they close out with a salute to the graduating high school class of 2022 and give advice on choosing what to do next!
Rand raps J Cole for Ian Cole's Game Winner for the Carolina Hurricanes last night. And Hey Joe, who's the bigger narcissist, Nick Saban or Jimbo Fisher? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the One More Time Podcast, Christo talks about JID's next album, DJing at Coachella, studio sessions with J. Cole and more! Christo is a platinum record producer and DJ out of Pittsburgh, PA (also brother to former podcast guest Benji.). Like many producers, he got his start making beats for himself when he was rapping. Realizing production was his true calling, he has tons of credits but is best known for helping JID cultivate the iconic sound that has him at the top of the charts. Since he and JID have such great chemistry, Christo has also been tasked with DJing for him and helping ensure the energy is topnotch at every show. Whereas Christo has a distinct sound, his main priority as a producer is to do whatever it takes to help come alongside an artist to develop and execute their vision as a team. WATCH this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/O1ia9NsWYc0FOLLOW Christo on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/tischristoWATCH music video for "Surround Sound" by JID feat. 21 Savage and Baby Tate (prod. Christo):https://youtu.be/Y19q-7VN2WIThe One More Time Podcast is hosted by H3NRY (music producer and mixing engineer) and Playback Ben (music manager and marketing consultant). We created the show to have genuine conversations with genuine people about music. It is a platform for people in the spotlight and those behind the scenes in music to tell the stories about where they've come from, where they're at, and where they're going.FOLLOW and TURN ON notifications to make sure you NEVER miss an episode!FOLLOW One More Time, H3NRY and Playback Ben:https://www.instagram.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.instagram.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.instagram.com/playbackbenhttps://www.tiktok.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.tiktok.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.tiktok.com/playbackben
Many articles, films, and interviews have been made about Illmind's extraordinary career producing many albums for several of the top names in Hip-Hop today. This isn't one of those interviews. In this week's episode, John digs deep into the early experiences and upbringing that shaped Ramon Ibanga Jr - AKA !llmind - as a musician and planted the seeds of what has become a life's quest towards community building. After years of social innovation within the Producer Community, we catch up with this 2x GRAMMY Award winning artist just days before he speaks at Gary Vaynerchuck's VeeCon and just a couple months after the launch of his landmark NFT project: Squad of Knights. MUSICAL MENTIONS 0:00:10 World Music Foundation Podcast 0:00:12 John Gardner 0:00:18 GRAMMY 0:00:20 Multi-Platinum 0:00:21 Producer 0:00:26 !llmind (aka Illmind) 0:00:38 DMX's Second Album 0:18:59 Pete Rock 0:18:59 DJ Quik 0:18:59 Dr. Dre 0:20:02 undergroundhiphop.com Music Producer Community Forum Producer Beats 0:20:23 SoundCloud 0:20:32 Bounce an MP3 Single 0:21:48 Akrobatik 0:21:56 Remind My Soul 12-Inch Vinyl Single 0:22:11 Fat Beats NYC Mount Rushmore of Hip-Hop Jay Z Beyoncé Kanye West J Cole 0:24:48 Little Brother 0:24:58 Atlantic Records 0:25:16 G Unit G Unit Records 0:25:59 Cruel Summer 0:26:11 Rhymefest 0:27:20 Pass the Aux 0:28:09 BLAP 0:28:22 DJ 0:28:32 Cypher 0:28:47 New York City 0:29:12 BLAP on the Radio 0:29:57 Recording Studio 0:30:32 Web 3 0:31:21 Bitcoin 0:32:00 Squad of Knights 0:32:02 NFT 0:32:59 Piano 0:33:00 Guitar 0:33:01 Drum Set 0:33:02 Beat Machines 0:33:33 Music Software 0:33:35 Music Hardware 0:33:39 Cables BLAP Kit 0:35:19 ZIP File 0:37:20 Snare 0:37:26 EQ 0:37:35 TR-88 Machine 0:37:38 Foley 0:37:55 Sound Design Squad of Knights Rhymefest Skyzoo Live from the Tape Deck by Skyzoo and Illmind Kanye West Audio Engineers Music Producers PFP Moonwalk Wallet Metaverse Gary Vaynerchuk VeeCon Discord Chronicles of S.O.K. (Squad of Knights) Executive Producer Arrangements Mixing Quincy Jones R&B OpenSea LooksRare Ethereum Tabla Sitar 1:04:38 Liturgical Music 1:04:48 Notes 1:04:48 Bending Notes 1:04:51 Sliding Notes 1:04:59 “High Lonesome Sound” 1:05:00 Bill Monroe 1:05:01 Bluegrass
On today's scandal chat - this is a wholesome story where J Cole attends a fan's graduation & Harry Styles has got an exciting interview coming out with kiwi Zane Lowe! Enjoy :) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on The Mike Missanelli Show, Mike opens the show with his thoughts on tonight's Sixers/Heat Game 6. He has heard some fans out there saying that they would rather the Sixers lose tonight than be put through the misery of another Game 7. Mike completely disagrees (0:00-44:24). The show then reacts to Charles Barkley's most recent comments regarding Joel Embiid and the 76ers. Jen brings us some interesting news stories from around the world in “What's Brewing” including New Jersey potentially changing its gas pumping laws, J Cole attending a fan's graduation, and astronomers capturing an image of a black hole (44:24-1:25:09). Sixers beat writer Keith Pompey joins the show to preview tonight's Sixers/Heat Game 6. Can Jimmy Butler keep up his tremendous play? (1:25:09-2:07:49). Mike takes a few more phone calls and finishes out the show with Sound Off (2:07:49-2:47:59).
In today's best of, Mike opens the show with his thoughts on tonight's Sixers/Heat Game 6. He has heard some fans out there saying that they would rather the Sixers lose tonight than be put through the misery of another Game 7. Mike completely disagrees (0:00-14:39). Jen brings us some interesting news stories from around the world in “What's Brewing” including New Jersey potentially changing its gas pumping laws, J Cole attending a fan's graduation, and astronomers capturing an image of a black hole (14:39-23:13). Sixers beat writer Keith Pompey joins the show to preview tonight's Sixers/Heat Game 6 (23:13-32:48).
Jen brings us some interesting news stories from around the world in “What's Brewing” including New Jersey potentially changing its gas pumping laws, J Cole attending a fan's graduation, and astronomers capturing an image of a black hole.
On this week episode of Gentlemen's Agreement Podcast, the guys are all together at SpeakEasy studios to discuss 90's rappers vs today rappers, DaBaby, women podcasters, pronouns & liberal twitter, Roe v. Wade bill, Dave Chappelle, MMA, Mog's babyshower story, raising a step child and random stories of the GA's adolescents. Please tell a friend to tell a friend about the podcast!!!
In episode 35, I had the opportunity to have such a very insightful and eye opening conversation with RnB singer and young African King, O Henry, from Oakland, CA. In todays world we dont have enough young black men such as O Henry. Take a listen to as he gives his views on what it means to be an African man, how losing Nipsey Hussle had such an impact on the hoods and so much more! A DEFINITE MUST LISTEN!
This episode asks what seems to be a simple question, “What does it mean to be progressive?” And while the answer for many people seems to be simple, when the perspective is changed, things get more complicated very quickly. It's the kind of question that B Dorm was built for. And an important part of the foundation that B Dorm is built on, is a love of hip hop and R&B. So in 2001 when Erick Sermon dropped (Just Like) Music it was the perfect blend, mixing the silky smooth sound of Marvin Gaye with the modern, raw sound of hip hop. It's a timeless jam and just one of many from what a lot of people consider the best time ever for hip hop. And as much as we love the old school jams, your hosts Don Elivert and Jehriko Turner ask the important question, has our love of hip hop continued to evolve too? Are too many people stuck on old jams and dismissing the new artists the same way the old heads dissed hip hop when we were coming up? It's an easy argument to fall into. The 1990s and early 2000s gave us BIGGIE, Nas, Wu Tang, Tupac and Dre. Jay Z, DMX and Snoop. But the current crop is every bit as talented with J Cole, Chance, Future and Lil Nas X pushing the art forward. So why don't they get the love? Why do so many people seem to think that hip hop hasn't evolved and gotten better? Has it? Has it progressed? And speaking of progress, we've all got to do better when it comes to recycling and taking care of the environment. We just had Earth Day, but that's not enough. And unless you're Bezos or Elon, you're stuck here on Earth with the rest of us, so clean up after yourself. If you can make every day 4/20, you can make every day Earth Day. It's a fun conversation and it's an important and interesting theme. What does it mean to be progressive? Does anyone ever think that they are regressive? Doesn't everyone think they are progressive in some ways? This is what it's all about. A smart, fun, educated conversation that doesn't take itself too seriously. This is the B Dorm podcast. Pour yourself something. #drinksexy. Every episode of The B Dorm Podcast is an entertaining and thought provoking experience that will make you laugh, and make you feel. That's what B Dorm is all about. We hope you enjoy the ride. And while you're at it, go ahead and give us five stars and subscribe at bpod.us. Questions, comments or just something to share? Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to visit bdorm.us for videos, B Dorm merch and more great content. And if you like what you're hearing, jump on over to patreon.com/bdorm and join our Patreon crew and support the show. Every bit helps and the whole team really appreciates your support. The B Dorm Podcast is bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact. You can also watch a video of this entire episode here. The B Dorm Podcast connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media @bdormpod or visit www.BDorm.us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You Know I Need It - -in this episode of the podcast, we discuss how the mind is strong but the flesh is weak in the face of temptation and breaking down ways to prevent cheating and dealing with guilt. other topics include the 3 strikes that led to the Will Smith & Chris Rock incident, recapping our spring break, the 10th anniversary of Future's "Pluto", being too transparent in a relationship, looking at our own wickedness/weakness as we discuss the theme of Kendrick Lamar's "Damn" album, a tribute to DJ Kay Slay (RIP), "Everybody Got Opps" culture, how social media looks different at 4am, Vince Staples & Fivio Foreign's new albums, educating non-black listeners on black topics, our friends playing match-maker and much more...PROTECT YA NECK - - Text The "Bird Talk" Hotline at (404) 445-4645 to submit a topic Email: RunningTrizz@gmail.comInstagram: @RunningTrizzSupport the show (https://cash.app/$RunningTrizz)
Thank you guys so much for listening to this episode of The Other Side of the Pillow! If you have enjoyed this episode please leave us a 5-Star Rating and Review as well as following us on Instagram @OSOTPPodcast for weekly posts letting you know when the podcast is uploaded. Have a great week you guys stay safe, wear your mask so this can all end sooner than later!
Solis is a visionary, rapper, and songwriter, but that's honestly an understatement. When you listen to him - and I mean really listen to him - you can't not feel something. From the dynamic flows and Andre3000esque delivery, Solis treats every beat like a new day; showing up with an opportunity to spread a message. I met Solis for the first time on the podcast and we instantly hit it off. We dove deep into the current state of hiphip comparing the artists of the decades before us with what we're hearing now, and unpacking why it changed. On top of that we uncover why very few of us are in touch with the cultures we came from - something Solis speaks about constantly in his music when it comes to his Puerto Rican and Cuban roots. You can find Solis on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/_iamsolis/ (Here) Stream his Music https://music.apple.com/us/album/culo-cagao-single/1596695526?l=es (Here )
It was a pleasure to welcome producer, recording artist, and songwriter Brendan “B Martin” Martin to The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. This New York native has spent 11 years in the music industry. He shot his over 100 music videos and written over 1,000 songs including several Billboard dance hits with over 15 million streams as an recording artist and 10 million streams as a writer. B Martin has accomplished a lot in his career including winning Hot 97's “Who's Next” and being named Best Hip Hop Artist in New York by J Cole at South by Southwest's “Battle of the Next.” He also shared the stage with Kendrick Lamar at Summer Jam and opened for J Cole and the late Mac Miller while touring all over the East Coast. He collaborated on songs with Kendrick Lamar, T-Pain, and Young Money's Cory Gunz. Recently, B Martin launched his new record label: Purpose Driven Artists. This record label hopes to give young creatives a shot in the recording industry without being taken advantage by it. In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, B Martin spoke about overcoming the challenges he faced breaking into the music industry. He also shared the stories behind several his collaborations including Delove and Sam Smyers' “Motive,” Setou and Senyo's “Difference,” and “Walking Dead,” where he collaborated with our mutual friend Palmer.
BIA and J.Cole have shared the video for their new single ‘London'. Watch the video below. The video for the “braggadocious” track, which is also said to be “highly influenced by UK drill” in a release, was recorded in an overcast London. In the clip, the American rapper, born Bianca Miquela Landrau, goes shopping, has a tea party, and raps British slang while hanging out in the capital. “He never met no one like me / It's pretty funny how now they all like me, innit?” she says in the track, before Cole joins her, rapping: “Blokes going broke tryin' to keep up with Cole, but I make it back soon as I spend it.” The theme of luxury in the video, is similar to the subject matter of BIA's 2020 platinum single, ‘Whole Lotta Money' which Nicki Minaj remixed on the deluxe version of her ‘For Certain' EP. “I damn near didn't even wanna put this clip up cuz I need everybody to hear this shit PURE. How I heard it!” J. Cole said in an Instagram post about ‘London'. He added: “I Asked BIA to come through the studio for some whole other shit. First time meeting her. We chop it up. She plays me this new song she had just did. Mannnnnnn in that moment I was blown away.” He went on to say that he thought about the song for a month, calling it his “favourite” even though he'd only heard it one time. Cole then shared that he loved the track so much, he wanted to collab on it. J. Cole has plans to play multiple festival dates in the coming months, including New York City's Governors Ball in June and London's Wireless Festival in July. source: Bia and J. Cole share video for new UK drill inspired track 'London' (nme.com) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros start with a recap of Terrell's trip to Costa Rica. They then get to a discussion about Drake's recent leaked verse on Jack Harlow's track. This leads to a discussion around Drake's beef with Pusha T. They then talk about J Cole's reign as Feature King and Terrance takes a very "Terrance" take on J Cole's status in the Game and challenges J Cole's fans with perspective. They then get into some TV with a discussion about Peacocks "Bel Air" and Netflix's newest #1, "The Ultimatum".
It was a great week for music coming out of MA. We discuss Bia's song "LONDON" ft J Cole, Millyz Freestyle, Term & Paul Wall's album Start 2 Finish and Coi Leray's Trendsetter album. We get into our bag after that. Enjoy --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itslitboston/support
A good honest conversation never hurt anyone, Fols Forever & Mr Vans are back for another week of podcasting, this week joined by the full crew of Haich & Chrissy!! On the agenda….. - Friendly fire - Is Vans the wedding crasher? - Party reminder 14/4/2022 - https://link.dice.fm/4D3moRafjob - When a song isn't ‘finished' can you tell? - How do you listen to music? - Travelling home during school holiday's - Revoking R.I.P‘s (46:10) - Dizzee Rascal court case & baby mum diss - Will Smith's Oscar ban - Men marrying up - Speaking life into yourself - Show recommendations - ‘DEATH OF A SOCCER STAR' on Netflix - ‘ULTIMATUM' on Netflix!!! - NEW MUSIC - Vince Staples album, SYD album, Coi Leray album + more - Digga D album anticipation, J Cole's feature on Bia's ‘London' track, Jay Z's verse on new Pusha T song, new music from Lil Baby + more Please make sure you like, comment & SUBSCRIBE to the YouTube - https://youtube.com/channel/UCrpoaVInsRWJUGGHlehMpaw Twitter/Instagram - @offthecuffpod Fols - @folsforever Vans - @mrvans7 Chrissy - @ceecee_noir
What's up legendaries, it's Ameenha Lee. It's officially new music Friday, and you legendaries know this is my favorite day! Today, I discuss 4 new projects that released today. I discuss Jack Harlow's new single, “First Class,” Chloe Bailey's new single “Treat Me,” Bia and J Cole's new collaboration “London.” Lastly, I give my full insight on Coi Leary's latest album. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ameenha/support
Leave it to J. Cole to bless fans with one hell of a surprise like this. Today (March 31), the Fayetteville star and his Dreamville camp — Ari Lennox, J.I.D, Bas, EARTHGANG, Cozz, Lute, and Omen — connect with DJ Drama for D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape, which is expected to feature both unheard tracks and previously released cuts like J.I.D's “Ambassel,” a standout effort from the Madden NFL 22 Soundtrack. D-Day is also being released in conjunction with this year's Dreamville Festival, which takes place this weekend in Raleigh, NC, and (in addition to the aforementioned) will see a wealth of support from Lil Baby, Ja Rule, Ashanti, Kehlani, Moneybagg Yo, Bia, Rico Nasty, Wale, WizKid, Morray, Fivio Foreign, Blxst and more. Drama will also be in the proverbial building to perform a Gangsta Grillz set alongside Lil Wayne, Jeezy, and T.I. It's been a few years since the Dreamville collective came together for the third installment of their Revenge of the Dreamers series, which contained a healthy 18 cuts and a slew of outside contributions from the like of DaBaby, Reason, Childish Major, Yung Baby Tate, Guapdad 4000, Vince Staples, Ty Dolla $ign, Smino, and Deante' Hitchcock. The project proved to be a huge success for all parties involved, landing at the number one spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to an impressive 115,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. The following year, a Director's Cut upgrade of Revenge of the Dreamers III surfaced with 12 additional songs. As far as Cole himself, last year saw him liberating his sixth studio LP The Off-Season, another chart-topper from the camp (and Cole‘s sixth). He later promoted the album via a tour of the same name, bringing along 21 Savage and Morray for additional support. source: J. Cole Dreamville 'D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape' (revolt.tv) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
On Episode 156 of the Shonen Tapes Podcast, Kevin and Sean review the new mixtape by Dreamville, D-Day. The guys go over their favorite and least favorite songs on the album as well as go over how much of fans they are of course of J. Cole and other artist on Dreamville. Despite that fact the host had very different takes on this mixtape. This is an episode you will not want to miss it. Make sure to let us know how you feel about this album by reaching out on all major forms of Social Media. Follow us HERE to keep up with The Shonen Tapes on social media and your favorite podcast sites!This episode includes: J. Cole, JID, Ari Lennox, Earth Gang, D- Day, Hip- Hip
K Davis the Hitman exclusive interview. We talk about his single "DouGFresh", his upcoming projects, and being the nephew of the legendary Doug E Fresh. KDavis the Hitman upcoming album Cocaine and Cards and tour dates! Review of DJ Drama and J.Cole Dreamville D-Day. Is this album better than the Return of the Dreamers 3? Do Dreamville have a complete and consistent roster? Tyler the creator wins his 2nd Grammy. Did ever winner that won deserves to win? What are the Lakers doing?? Will Lakers make the play in. NCAA Discussion.
This week we are a little late to the party but were gonna talk about the Chris and Will slap anyway! We also get into more NCAA tourney recap (this was before the championship game was played), Dreamville new music and we had a spirited debate at the end of the episode on Drake's legacy vs J Cole's. Download, listen and enjoy! Intro: Denzel Curry - "Troubles" ft T-Pain
This week discussed Royce da 5'9 sayin J Cole and Dreamvile deserving more respect on their names… Ari Fletcher takes to social media and calls out G Herbo over alleged neglect of their son, Rick Ross opens up about his short stint as a correctional officer. Another round of News or not news and the hottest never ending debate yet, with so much comedy in between
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J. Cole & Dreamville Mixtape review, 9/10 very well put together, very gritty and intellectual mixtape. Reminds me of early 2000's when people use to sell mixtapes hand to hand instead of stream. 10000000% recommend you to listen to this album in its entirety. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a100savage/support
In this episode of the Let Me Speak Podcast I had the pleasure of listening to the coolest dude around, Dru Lira from Monrovia, CA. This episode was such a vibe you most definitely dont want to miss. Come listen as Dru Lira goes over his creative process as an artist, his influences growing up and more!
What's up legendaries, it's Ameenha Lee. Today is New Music Friday, and it's fire. First, I discuss Aboogie Wit Da Hoodie collaborating with H.E.R. and Ella Bands. Second, I discuss City Girls taking on drill music with Fivio Foreign. Was this a hit or a miss? Lastly, I discuss Dreamville's D-Day mixtape with DJ Drama. The bars J- Cole and Sheck Was brought was
Power 106 LIFTOFF Show personality DJ Sourmilk of the L.A. Leakers joins the podcast! You know the crew's viral freestyle series that circle the internet featuring artists such as J Cole, DaBaby, Latto, Big Sean and more. Sourmilk sits down with J.D. to talk about the freestyles, being Tyga's official DJ, his fellow LIFTOFF host Justin Credible, fashion (why he buys $700 shirts), travel, In n Out Burger and more! Sourmilk's credentials continue to validate his place in hip hop history. Enjoy this conversion with one of the greats!