In the final episode, we discuss my favorite songs by the late DMX and the late Black Rob. Rest In Peace to two New York legends.
In this episode we discuss new music from 42 Dugg, Lil Tjay and Sofanity, as well as the untimely passing of one of rap's greatest, DMX.
In today's episode we cover the most recent Verzuz battle between two members of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan: Ghostface Killah & Raekwon!
In this episode, we will be discussing Drake's "Scary Hours 2", the new duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, my good friend Sofanity's "What's Left 2", and a recent two-on-two basketball game: Quavo and Jack Harlow VS 2 Chainz and Lil Baby!
Today's episode we discus Bobby Shmurda's recent release from prison, the hype surrounding new DMX music, Meek Mill's public issues with 6ixnine and Vanessa Bryant, and an EP by one of my best friends!
To kick off the premiere of a new season, we go through a bracket of Kanye West songs to determine which song is the best!
In the season finale we talk about the Verzuz battle to end all Verzuz battles - Gucci Mane VS Jeezy! Who will come out on top?
Today we talk about Ty Dolla $ign and Busta Rhymes' new albums, both full of features!
Today I discuss Late Registration by Kayne West, my favorite Kanye album. I am joined by my girlfriend, special guest Karlie, who has listened for the first time and will also be giving her take on the album!
Today, special guest Grey and I talk about the 21 Savage and Metro Boomin album "Savage Mode 2" and go through a playlist we made freshman year, where each song is worthy of being a top 5 song of all time!
In this episode we talk about Nas and Big Sean's albums, Pharrell's new single featuring Jay-Z, Black Thought's new song, and A$AP Ferg possibly kicked out of A$AP Mob!
On this episode I talk with to MoeSOS DC, a rapper and student here at UNCW. He hails from D.C., and keeps the culture alive through his positivity and self reflection similar to the likes of K Dot and Nas. We talk about the art of showmanship, the evolving music scene in DC and Wilmington, the impact of comics and super hero’s in hip hop culture, and much more.
On this episode I talk to Dr. Richard Olsen, the head department chair of the UNCW Communication department. Dr. Olsen has been a part of the faculty band called "The Schoolboys" for the last 20 years. We talk about how the sound of music, and music culture, differs around the world, how students perceive him differently on stage vs. in the classroom, and much more.
For the first episode back, we sat down with musician and violinist David Scott. Having undergone four open-heart surgeries, David speaks about his troubles and what inspires him to make music.
Today we sit down with Mike Snyder, a singer songwriter with some crazy guitar skills and and a knack for melodies. He’s helped our friends Rebels No Savage on more than a few songs and is currently working on his debut album, set to release before the end of the summer
This week, we talk to UN!TY, an up and coming band who's style is hard to put into a box. Their energy and message has gained them a dedicated local following here in Wilmington.