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JPEGMAFIA
JPEGMAFIA is an alternative hip-hop artist based in Baltimore, Maryland. With his many influences ranging from metal to reggae, JPEGMAFIA creates a soundscape full of obscure samples, atonal synths, and head-nodding distorted base. I had the chance to speak to JPEG some months ago about many topics including: his older projects under different stage names, approach to production and songwriting, experiencing prejudice, hate mail, honing his craft while overseas in the army, performing at the Gathering of the Juggalos and much more! Connect with JPEGMAFIA at the following: http://jpegmafia.net https://jpegmafia.bandcamp.com/merch https://soundcloud.com/jpegmafia https://open.spotify.com/artist/6yJ6QQ3Y5l0s0tn7b0arrO?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open Be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/channel-10-podcast/id980964977?mt=2 And don’t forget to check out the Wu-Tang Podcast (a Channel 10 Podcast Production): https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wu-tang-podcast/id1137475083?mt=2 Channel10podcast.com Singodsuperior.com
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King Shampz
King Shampz is an emcee from West Philly. Along with his brother, and producer, Azzan, Shampz founded Dead Wrong Records. The label is filled with other talented artists who share a similar aesthetic with Shampz--a gritty sample-based sound with extensive wordplay and reflective braggadocio lyrics. We spoke to King Shampz over a year ago about many topics including: his music relationship with his brother, Azzan, visiting Mecca and Egypt during his formative years (and eating camel burgers), how African Americans are perceived in Egypt, Philly’s hip-hop legacy, and much more! Check out Matteo Urella’s write-up of King Shampz here: https://medium.com/@MatteoUrella/new-noise-bb8a07954b35 Check out King Shampz and his music at the following: https://twitter.com/KSHAMPZ?lang=en https://soundcloud.com/dead-wrong-records http://www.datpiff.com/King-Shampz-All-Hail-The-King-mixtape.604616.html Check out other King Shampz interviews at the following: http://www.imposemagazine.com/features/king-shampz-talks-inspiration-shares-new-single-autobahn http://www.ok-tho.com/2016/09/king-shampz-hip-hop-wanted-dead-or-alive.html http://musiclifesocial.com/hip-hops-hidden-gem-philly-rapper-king-shampz/ ====================================================== Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at soundcloud.com/wutangpodcast. Keep up with Singodsuperior at singodsuperior.com. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com.
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Willie The Kid
Willie the Kid is a Hip-Hop artist from Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is a versatile artist whose work has catapulted him into many of Hip-Hop’s sub-genres. I speak with Willie about his upbringing, relationship with La the Darkman, interest and foray into film, his community work, and much more! Willie has a new project entitled Deutsche Marks available here: https://getondown.com/album.php?id=18183 You can find Willie on Twitter & instagram @thewilliethekid ============================================================ Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at singodsuperior.com. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com.
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P.SOUL & Kuro Silence
*Please excuse the audio quality in certain parts of this episode Kuro Silence is a rapper/producer from Baltimore, Maryland. From trap to experimental, Kuro’s work defies normative currents of Hip-Hop’s soundscape with his work ethic and forays into Hip-Hop’s many sub-genres. P.SOUL is a poet/producer from Minneapolis, Minnesota. P.SOUL has made a name for himself in the YouTube producer community, while building a devoted audience for his livestreamed beat sessions on Periscope. Much of this episode revolves around production. We get into Kuro’s and P.SOUL’s production techniques and the kind of equipment and software they are using. Working on the first Samurai Shin project. And after that, we talk a bit about how Baltimore and Minneapolis, respectively, have influenced their artistry. And MUCH More. You can find Kuro on Twitter @kuro_silence You can find his music here: https://kuromusic.bandcamp.com/ Kuro is also featured on the Samurai Shin Prelude EP which can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/samurai-shin/sets/samurai-shin-the-prelude-ep P.SOUL is @_poeticthoughts on Twitter. Bandcamp: https://psoul.bandcamp.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Poeticsoul88 ====================================================== Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at singodsuperior.com. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com.
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Real of We Will Never Be Famous Podcast (Part 2)
This is the second part of my discussion with Real of the We Will Never Be Famous Podcast. Real is the co-host of the We Will Never Be Famous Podcast. Alongside is (literally lucky) counterpart -- Lucky, Real provides funny and insightful commentary regarding popular culture and its many obscurities. And I speak with him to do the same. We discuss our encounters with police in Baltimore, Kanye West's catalog. And spend the remainder of our talk discussing nickelodeon and the Hey Arnold! movie that never was. ====================================================== Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com. Check out the WeWillNeverBeFamous Podcast here: @cam-85-1 And You can follow them on Twitter @NeverBeFamous07 Follow Channel 10 on Twitter @channel10pod
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Real from We Will Never Be Famous Podcast (Part 1)
Real is the co-host of the We Will Never Be Famous Podcast. Alongside is (literally lucky) counterpart -- Lucky, Real provides funny and insightful commentary regarding popular culture and its many obscurities. And I speak with him to do the same. We begin discussing Never Famous’ first episode, which consisted of Marvel and DC movies and the sex appeal of its female characters regardless of their “exotic” colors. We then shift gears and talk about an array of topics ranging from genocide and the many test episode Real and Lucky have done for We Will Never Be Famous. This is part one of our conversation. The Second part of my conversation with Real is coming soon! ====================================================== Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com. Check out the WeWillNeverBeFamous Podcast here: @cam-85-1 And You can follow them on Twitter @NeverBeFamous07 Follow Channel 10 on Twitter @channel10pod
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WillGil from Hip Hop Review Podcast
WillGil is one-half of the Hip Hop Review Podcast, where he and his co-host VonteThePro discuss new and throwback mainstream albums in the Hip Hop world. It is a light, engaging, and honest podcast. Both WillGil and VonteThePro provide thoughtful and concise reviews of albums and mixtapes—all while expressing preconceived notions that Will and Vonte (and all of us) have when listening to a new album. WillGil took some time to chat with us about his upbringing on the West Coast and the inception of the Hip Hop Review Podcast. We also get into some of WillGil’s ups and downs in his podcasting career to-date, which ranges from the difficulty of preparing and reviewing not-so-good albums and mixtapes, reviewing brand new projects in the midst of the “streaming wars,” to receiving a mention from Peter Rosenberg. ====================================================== Keep up with the Hip Hop Review Podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/hip-hop-review-podcast Follow WillGill @Iam_willgil VonteThePro has some dope music (like me and Artic). You can check it out here: https://soundcloud.com/vontethepro/tracks And you can follow Vonte on Twitter @Vontethepro and check out his group Imprint here: https://officialimprint.bandcamp.com/music ====================================================== Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at wutangpodcast.com. Check out the WeWillNeverBeFamous Podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/cam-85-1 You can follow them @NeverBeFamous07 Keep up with Singodsuperior at singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com.
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60 East
60 East is an Indie Hip-Hop artist from Ontario, California with an inspirational story. This Inland Empire emcee has gone through dark periods like many artists. However, 60 had what it takes to make it through the “grey area” and achieve his dreams of making an impact on the stage as well as business panels. I talk to 60 East about his upbringing in Ontario, big influences on his life and most of his discography. I also discuss his approach to the music business and his artistry – which is greatly influenced by Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hour thesis. 60 East’s album 10,000 Hours: a Story of Success is available wherever you stream music. Keep up with 60 at https://www.sixtyeast.net/. He too has a dope podcast I suggest you check out: https://www.sixtyeast.net/podcast ======================================= Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com.
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Jermiside & L-Marr the Star
Jermiside & L-Marr the Star are two dope emcees out of Ohio who recently released their "God Bless The Child EP" via HiPNOTT Records. The music is soulful, personal, and real, reflecting the growth in their respective lives that has culminated in the men that they have become. This is grown man rap. We speak with the duo about their journeys from their home state to Atlanta, how life changes can change ones perspective and goals, spirituality in music, the life of an independent artist, and so much more. we apologize that the audio on this one is a little shakey, but this is one that you definitely don't want to miss. Get the "God Bless The Child EP" where ever you purchase music, and keep up with the duo at https://www.facebook.com/godblessthechildEP/ and http://godblessthechild.net. ======================== Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http://channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at http://410musicfactory.com.
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Reflections
We recorded this episode after an upcoming interview for the podcast. We discuss what music was poppin during our respective college experiences and also reflect on the podcast in general as we approach our second anniversary. Nothing like good Hip-Hop conversation, check it out. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http://channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at http://410musicfactory.com.
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Jabee
Jabee is a rapper from Oklahoma City with a story to tell. Armed with memories of his own experiences filtered through the lens of books by the likes of Huey Newton, Assata Shakur, and Kurt Vonnegut, Jabee's album, "Black Future," is full of socially conscious and introspective songs that bang, a rarity in present day Hip-Hop. He acknowledges the past and the present, but as the album's title suggests, Jabee looks towards the future and inspires the listener to get active and create the desired outcome for oneself and one's community. If our cosign isn't enough, look up what Sway and Public Enemy's Chuck D have to say about the up and coming emcee. We caught up with Jabee before a show, and talked to him about his upbringing in Oklahoma City, poverty, Okalhoma City's music scene, being racially profiled and arrested for nothing, the independent music grind, appearing on Sway in the Morning, getting cosigned by Chuck D, and so much more. We has a great time talking with Jabee and this episode is a must listen. Check out Jabee's "Black Future" album wherever you listen to music and keep up with him at http://jabeemusic.com. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http://channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at http://410musicfactory.com.
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Joshua Harris
Joshua Harris was the Green Party candidate for mayor of Baltimore City in 2016, securing a remarkable 10%-13% of the vote, but don't confuse him for a politician. He is an activist who works in the community on issues of civic engagement, educating people on where to get needed information about what is happening in the communities they live in, and also training citizens on grassroots organization. He is also a proponent of the arts and how they can help to build strong communities, and his non-profit, Hollins Creative Placemaking, does just that. We speak with Josh about his upbrining and move to Baltimore, how he was able to make it, his motivations and how he got into politics, and what's next for him post election. We are honored that Josh took the time to speak with us, and this episode is a must listen. Keep up with Josh on Twitter at https://twitter.com/HarrisForBmore and Hollins Creative Placemaking at http://www.hollinsart.org. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http://channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at http://410musicfactory.com.
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Mikel Miles - Samurai Shin Comic Creator & Writer
Mikel Miles is the creator of Samurai Shin, a dope new comic book series that is poised to make an impact in the comic book world. There isn't much representation of Black people or Hip-Hop culture in the anime world, but Miles blends the worlds by incorporating Afro-Asian characters into his comic, as well as offering a nice laid back Hip-Hop soundtrack for your listening pleasure while you read. This episode is an interesting look into the creative process of someone creating something totally new from the ground up, and is definitely a must listen for anyone who is trying to do the same. The music featured in this episode is from the Samurai Shin OST, which as available at https://samuraishincomics.wordpress.com. Purchase issues of Samurai Shin at http://peepgamecomix.com. Keep up with everything Samurai Shin including new trailers, issues, music, and more at https://samuraishincomics.wordpress.com. Follow Samurai Shin on Twitter https://twitter.com/sshincomics. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http://channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com and his Baltimore Club Music at 410musicfactory.com.
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Do People Still Have Cyphers Anymore?
On this episode we get into more old man rap talk as we grow old in Hip-Hop, asking questions like "do people sill have cyphers anymore?" We get into the new music of the day such as Meek Mill, Young Jeezy, D.R.A.M., etc, but before that we get into our music current music progress and process and our lives and philosphies in general when it comes to eating and health. We also talk about the greatness that is Marvin Gaye. Don't miss this great conversation. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http://channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com.
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Mark Sre
Mark Sre is a rapper from Fredericksburg, VA with some dope projects and singles out now. We speak with him about his journey as a young up-and-coming emcee, his unique approach to promotion which has garnered him tens off thousands of plays on Youtube, the DMV music scene, and so much more. Listen and learn something from the young homie with a bright future. Listen to Mark Sre's music at https://marksre.bandcamp.com, https://soundcloud.com/mark_sre, and all digital music steaming services. His new single "Save It For Later" is out now. Keep up with him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/mark_sre. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http://channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com.
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Everybody Raps
Everybody raps, and we talk about it. After talking about Artic's experience at Baltimore City Paper's "Best of Baltimore" party (shoutout Brandon Soderberg), we get into various things going on in Hip-Hop and music, such as impressions of M.I.A.'s new album, Max B's reduced sentence, Bobbdy Schmurda and Rowdy Rebel's plea deal, State Property, Kid Cudi's beef with Kanye, and more. There's nothing like some good Hip-Hop talk, so check it out. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http;//channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Kouros" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com.
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Old Man Talk
After two great episodes guested by esteemed Baltimore-based writers (Brandon Soderberg and Jordannah Elizabeth, check the archives if you haven't heard them already), we take some time to talk amongst ourselves, and we discover that we're becoming old men in Hip-Hop, especially The Almighty A.R. As usual, we get into race, life, and music they way that Channel 10 Podcast can only do, so take a listen. Keep up with Channel 10 Podcast at http;//channel10podcast.com. Channel 10 Podcast presents Wu-Tang Podcast, listen at http://wutangpodcast.com. Keep up with Singodsuperior at http://singodsuperior.com. Listen to his EP "Korous" whenever you stream music. Keep up with The Almighty A.R. at http://thealmightyar.com.
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Jordannah Elizabeth
Jordannah Elizabeth is a very talented author, musician, teacher, journalist, and entrepreneur. She wrote the book "Don't Lose Track Vol 1" which is available now, she has released numerous Psychedelic Folk Soul projects such as "Borders" and "A Rush," and she's written for countless media outlets including LA Weekly, The Village Voice, MTV Iggy, and VICE. She is the founder of non-profit media outlet https://publikprivate.org which provides opportunities for upcoming creatives, and she founded The Process Records Media Group, where she releases her music and organizes her tours. She does more than we can fit in this space and talk about on this episode! We spoke with Jordannah about her upbringing in Baltimore moving to Colorado, California, New York, and coming back, and also her grind in the music industry, her work as a writer, and her views on race, feminism, entrepreneurship, how to treat people and move in the world, and so much more. She drops some gems on how to get up and go and make it happen. This episode is good vibes and a must listen! Keep up with Jordannah on Twitter (https://twitter.com/lovejordannah), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/jordannahe/), and Tumblr (http://jordannahelizabeth.tumblr.com/). Support her music at Bandcamp (https://jordannahe.bandcamp.com). Check out Channel 10 Podcast host Singodsuperior's new EP Kouros on iTunes, Amazon, Tidal, Spotify, etc. Keep up with Singod at http://singodsuperior.com. Check us out at http://channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit http://channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast. Channel 10 Podcast presents the Wu-Tang Podcast, chronicling Wu-Tang's music, one album at a time. Check it out at http://wutangpodcast.com. Check out polirivvemz, the new project from 410 Music Factory, now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and other major digital retailers. Check out http://410musicfactory.com for more.
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Brandon Soderberg
Brandon Soderberg is Baltimore City Paper's deputy editor and arts editor. As a journalist, he's covered some of the most important moments in Baltimore City's music and culture (such as the deaths of Lor Scoota and Freddie Gray and the rise of Tate Cobain and the Baltimore Club Music scene), as well as huge national stories (traveling to cover the Republican and Democratic National Conventions). We talk to Brandon about everything, including how he went from writing for his Blogspot blog (http://no-trivia.com) to writing for major publications such as SPIN, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and eventually Baltimore City Paper, alt-weekly publications as a whole, the Baltimore music scene, writing, race, and much more. You need to hear this. Follow Brandon on Twitter at https://twitter.com/notrivia and check out his latest articles at http://www.citypaper.com/bcpnews-brandon-soderberg-20150630-staff.html. Check out Channel 10 Podcast host Singodsuperior's new EP Kouros on iTunes, Amazon, Tidal, Spotify, etc. Keep up with Singod at http://singodsuperior.com. Check us out at http://channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit http://channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast. Channel 10 Podcast presents the Wu-Tang Podcast, chronicling Wu-Tang's music, one album at a time. Check it out at http://wutangpodcast.com. Check out polirivvemz, the new project from 410 Music Factory, now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and other major digital retailers. Check out http://410musicfactory.com for more.
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Underground Hip-Hop Talk and Have You Seen Canibus' Daughter???
There's so many issues going on in the world, especially recently. Instead of getting into all that we escape into Hip-Hop, getting into everything from Snoop Dogg, to Pharrell, to Pharoahe Monch, to Gucci Mane, to Def Jux, to Jae Millz, To Wu-Tang, to Canibus' daughter, and much more. Escape into Hip-Hip with us. Sign up for a 30 day free trial with Audible and get a credit to check out the audio version of D. Watkins' "The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir" and thousands of other titles www.audibletrial.com/channel10. Check us out at http://channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit http://channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast. Check out polirivvemz, the new project from 410 Music Factory, now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and other major digital retailers. Check out http://410musicfactory.com for more. p68wfzw7
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Bbillions #SadderDay
Bbillions is an entrepreneur and a social media giant who founded the #SadderDay brand. We discuss his beginnings and his come up, the meaning behind SadderDay, depression, his upcoming music, relationships, and more. Bills drops serious gems on this episode for anyone who is trying to get into a better headspace and find the light at the end of the tunnel, or just anyone trying start up their business. This is a must listen. Purchase clothing from Bills' Sadderday brand at http://sadderdayshop.com. Keep up with Bills on Twitter & Instagram at https://twitter.com/bbillions & https://www.instagram.com/sadpitt. Check out Bills' music at https://soundcloud.com/sadpitt. Sign up for a 30 day free trial with Audible and get a credit to check out the audio version of D. Watkins' "The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir" and thousands of other titles www.audibletrial.com/channel10. Check us out at http://channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit http://channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast. Check out polirivvemz, the new project from 410 Music Factory, now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and other major digital retailers. Check out http://410musicfactory.com for more.
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Alfred Obiesie
We spoke with Alfred Obiesie, author of "You Made It A Hot Line," which is a dope book which analyzes the significance of the most influential lyrics in Hip-Hop history. We speak with Alfred about his book and his life, including his introduction to Hip-Hop, his production credits (including selling a beat to Nas & Damien Marley and getting a check signed by Jay Z), working in the financial sector during the time of the great financial collapse of 2008, what it is like to be a black man in the finance industry, how he literally died and came back to life, and his transition into writing and creating a platform and business which allows him to be independent. There's a lot of gems in this episode, so check it out! Purchase "You Made It A Hot Line" - http://onetrackmine.com/shop Follow Alfred Obiesie on Twitter - https://twitter.com/crazedafrykan Follow Alfred Obiesie on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/crazedafrykan Sign up for a 30 day free trial with Audible and get a credit to check out the audio version of "The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir" and thousands of other titles www.audibletrial.com/channel10. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast. Check out polirivvemz, the new project from 410 Music Factory, now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and other major digital retailers. Check out 410musicfactory.com for more
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Activists Don't Need Booking Info
We recorded this episode as news was breaking that there were sniper attacks on police officers at a protest in Dallas. We speak on our thoughts on the recent killing of Alton Sterling of Philando Castile, police brutality, activism, race, solutions, and more. Sign up for a 30 day free trial with Audible and get a credit to check out the audio version of "The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir" and thousands of other titles http://www.audibletrial.com/channel10. Check us out at http://channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast. Check out polirivvemz, the new project from 410 Music Factory, now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and other major digital retailers. Check out http://410musicfactory.com for more
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TLOP - The Life Of Two Podcasters
Today we discuss new additions to Kanye West's living album "The Life Of Pablo." We get into rap nerd talk about his production style, and then venture off into general life things, such as living longer, awkward moments at work (especially dealing with food and race), religion, Jesus, how to live longer, depression, the Orlando shootings, Juneteenth, and so much more. Check it out. Sign up for a 30 day free trial with Audible and get a credit to check out the audio version of "The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir" and thousands of other titles http://www.audibletrial.com/channel10. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast. Check out polirivvemz, the new project from 410 Music Factory, now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and other major digital retailers. Check out 410musicfactory.com for more.
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D. Watkins
D. Watkins is an educator, community activist, and critically acclaimed author. His most recent book, "The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir," chronicles his life's journey. From the streets of East Baltimore and the fast money and danger that come with the drug trade, to receiving two Master's degrees and being an advocate for changing communities through reading and literacy, Watkins' experience and credentials give him a unique perspective and ability to articulate the realities of life for the voiceless masses who reside in the most forgotten and unloved neighborhoods of the United States. Listen as we speak with Watkins about his experiences in Baltimore, how he made it out of the street life, his perspectives on race and education, and of course his musical tastes. Keep up with D Watkins at http://d-watkins.com. Sign up for a 30 day free trial with Audible and get a credit to check out the audio version of "The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir" and thousands of other titles http://www.audibletrial.com/channel10. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Keeping Your Hip-Hop In The Closet
We're just kicking it this episode, talking about whatever is on our minds. We discuss managing our Hip-Hop/non Hip-Hop lives and how we balance the different names we use for ourselves in different arenas. We also discuss Complex's top 50 Greatest Mixtapes ever list and what we may or may not have included. Check it out. For full interviews, plus our full catalog of amazing content, be sure to visit channel10podcast.com. You can also purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise by clicking the store link, and help to support using the Amazon link on our site when ordering from Amazon. Email u at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Text us or leave us a voicemail at (443) 885-0997. As always we ask that you rate, subscribe, comment, favorite, and like us wherever you listen to podcasts. It really does a lot to help to grow and expand the show. We ask that you support us by pledging a dollar or more per episode at patreon.com/channel10podcast.
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Hi, My Name Is...
Your name is one of the most important things you will ever have in your life. Potential allies, enemies, employers, and loves interests glean from it a glimpse into your upbringing, culture, and status in society. A name passed down from an influential and wealthy grandfather can open doors without you ever having to lift a finger to turn the knob, while a quote unquote “ethnic” name that originates from a culture of lower standing in the hierarchy of the class, or caste system of society, can close those doors just as quickly. In the world of Hip-Hop, we choose our names carefully, piecing them together from names we acquired from our neighborhoods, attributes that we embody or aspire to become, and role models, whether fictional or nonfictional, that have some quality that appeals to us. Throughout the conversations that we’ve had with various artists in the Hip-Hop world, we’ve gotten to hear the fascinating origin stories of their names. On this episode, we take a look back though our conversations with Stone Mecca, Shawn Setaro, Born King, Joker The Bailbondsman, Cole James Cash, and Gemstones about how they got their names, but before that we have a clip of Channel 10 Podcast co host Singodsuperior explaining his name, a name which I’m sure many of you have probably wondered about. Are someone with an interesting store of how your name came to be? Call us and leave a message with your story at (443) 885-0997 or email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com, and we may air your story on a future episode of the show. For full interviews, plus our full catalog of amazing content, be sure to visit channel10podcast.com. You can also purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise by clicking the store link, and help to support using the Amazon link on our site when ordering from Amazon. As always we ask that you rate, subscribe, comment, favorite, and like us wherever you listen to podcasts. It really does a lot to help to grow and expand the show. We ask that you support us by pledging a dollar or more per episode at patreon.com/channel10podcast.
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Perkys Calling
Two of the most busy people in the world who live 1300 miles away from each other finally connect to bring you a new episode of our thoughts. Topics range from food and how it affects our lives to various happenings in music. And drugs. RIP Prince. Support the Channel 10 Podcast and pledge a dollar or more per episode at https://www.patreon.com/channel10podcast. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Tristan Art
Tristan Art is the quintessential young black entrepreneur. From humble beginnings graduating high school and working in factories in the small South Carolina town of Anderson, to seeing success and losing it all promoting parties in Charleston, to starting over in Baltimore and creating a foundation for lasting success, all by the age of 24, Tristan’s story is inspirational. You may have heard of Tristan because of his work creating custom iPhone cases for the likes of Nicki Minaj, Lebron James, Shaq, and Joe Budden, but his grind is so much more. He is an illustrator, creates animations for commercials, his clothing line, and his own cartoon “Tristan’s World,” and most importantly works in the community speaking to kids at schools and assisting charitable organizations. We spoke with Tristan about his journey and his grind for one of the most legendary episodes of the Channel 10 Podcast yet. If you feel stuck and need some real inspiration, listen to this episode right now. You can see all that Tristan has to offer at tristanart.com and instagram.com/tristanyv. Support the Channel 10 Podcast and pledge a dollar or more per episode at https://www.patreon.com/channel10podcast. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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First Anniversary
Channel 10 Podcast is one year old! Take a trip down memory lane with us as we reflect on the progress we've made with the show. We've come a long way since our first episode. RIP Phife Dog! Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Shawn Setaro
Shawn Setaro is the host of the critically acclaimed Hip-Hop podcast The Cipher. More than just a podcaster, he has a very interesting life. From growing up in a small New Jersey town, to attending Berklee College of Music, to playing in and going on tour with rock bands, to being one of the first employees of Hip-Hop/tech startup Rap Genius, to writing for Forbes, Vibe, the Atlantic, and more, and of course The Cipher podcast, his career has taken a variety of unexpected twists and turns, which makes for a great and inspiring story. Shawn is a wealth of knowledge and is great to talk you, which makes this episode a must listen. You can check The Cipher at http://theciphershow.com, check out his articles at http://www.forbes.com/sites/shawnsetaro, and say hello at https://twitter.com/SameOldShawn. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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DeRay Mckesson
DeRay McKesson is best known for his activism and protest in the #BlackLivesMatter movement, his Campaign Zero proposals, and now his campaign to become the next mayor of Baltimore, MD. We had the chance to speak with DeRay about his upbringing in Baltimore and his connection to the city, and we reminisced on the shared Baltimorean experiences of The Big Phat Morning Show, Shake and Bake, K-Swift, club music, and more. We speak on a variety of other topics as well, such as addiction, education, politics and what it's like to campaign, and his conversation with President Barack Obama. We also get into some of the points of his detailed platform which outlines his plans once in office. We apologize for the shaky audio, but this episode with one of the most interesting, polarizing, and important figures in modern civil rights is a must listen. You can learn more about DeRay and his plans for Baltimore at https://www.derayformayor.com. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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All Over The Place
We're all over the place on this episode, hence the title. Before our conversation with Stone Mecca/Tru James, we chopped it up about everything from DMX to Nas albums to wack production on certain artists' catalog. If you enjoy good Hip-Hop talk, check it out. Check us out at channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Stone Mecca (Trú James)
"I don't want to pollute the world with music that I'm apart of..." Stone Mecca aka Trú James is a knowledgeable multi-instrumentalist musician, artist, and producer who has a lot of history in the game. We first met him after his band tore it down with RZA on the Digi Snacks Tour. We talk about his super interesting journey through music, from growing up in L.A., dancing for and playing with Earth, Wind & Fire (RIP Maurice White), to his band Stone Mecca (listen to their project "First Contact" on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, or wherever else you get music), to joining the Wu-Tang family and working with RZA on various projects (such as Afro Samurai, Digi Snacks, 8 Diagrams, and The Man With The Iron Fists), to what he's doing now. We talk making music with integrity, and music nerd stuff like capturing the right sound in the studio and on stage. This episode is a must listen for anyone who is thinking about going on a musical journey and a music industry journey as well. Search Stone Mecca and Trú James on Google, Facebook, and iTunes to see everything that he has to offer and connect. Check us out at http://channel10podcast.com and email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Ep 40! Martin Shkreli, Old Middle Class Black Men In Hip-Hop, Baltimore, Elections, and Other Topics
For our 40th episode, we get into a range of topics and stories. We try to figure out what the hell is going on with Martin Shkreli. We get into how rappers get older, get more successful and stable, and then seem to forget their younger wild ways and start judging the youth. We get into the upcoming mayoral elections and DeRay Mckesson's announcement of his candidacy. We get into crazy stories taking public transportation in Baltimore and how ridiculous Baltimore's public transit system is. We get into all kinds of interesting topics, so check us out. Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Over 15 Feet and You Can Get Shot
We apologize for the hiatus, we've just been really busy with the various things going on in our lives and the other projects that we've been working on that you will hear about soon. Singodsuperior escaped to the 70 degree weather of Oklahoma just in time to avoid the historic Blizzard of 2016 in Baltimore that Artic is still digging out of, but we were finally able to get together over Skype to talk about a variety of subjects, including all things Kanye West, Drake, Meek Mill, Max B and jailhouse freestyles, simple life in the flyover states vs. complex city life stereotypes, and how if you encroach more than 15 feet onto someone's property, you might get shot. Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Keep it locked to Channel 10 Podcast as we revamp and build the show. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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President Obama's Legacy In Hip-Hop
We're back with another episode, just kicking it amongst ourselves on the eve of President Obama's final State of the Union address. Before the conversation breaks off into a variety of tangents, we discuss Barack Obama's relationship with Hip-Hop throughout the years of his campaign and his presidency. Check it out. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Shout Out To The Community
We're back with the first episode that we recorded in 2016 on the first day of year. We were tired as hell, coming off of the NYE party the night before, and we got into many things, including hallucinations at work caused by sleep deprivation caused by said NYE party, what music from 2015 we think we'll be listing to in the future, and what music we're looking forward to in 2016. We also reflect on the growth and development of the podcast from when we first started until now and what the future may hold, and we also get into a discussion about Future's lock on 2015 and break down some of his lyrics from "56 Nights" with assistance from Rap Genius. It's great to be able to record these episodes in person together, definitely check it out. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Born King aka Killa Fifth
We sit down in person for the first time for an episode for our first episode of 2016. It's only fitting that also in the building, we have our family Born King aka Killa Fifth. Born King has a long history in the Baltimore Hip-Hop scene, and he gives us his insight into what it was like coming up in Hip-Hop in the late 80s and early 90s. He drops a lot of gems and we share a lot of interesting memories, and this turned out to be one of our favorite episodes, so you definitely need to check it out. Born King aka Killa Fifth has a lot going on, and you can keep up with him and his prolific output by following him at the links below: Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/1Q99t27O0fFfAdiZ0gf6MZ Wordpress: https://killafifth.wordpress.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/killafifth Bandcamp: https://madthinkah.bandcamp.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/killafifth | https://www.instagram.com/baglifeshirts Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/killafifth Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Joker The Bailbondsman
Joker The Bailbondsman is a pioneer in Alaskan Hip-Hop. The Anchorage, AK native put his state on his back and has dropped many albums which are now considered coveted rarities and collectible items (on this episode he learns how much some of his projects are going for on eBay!). Through his work ethic, Joker made a name for himself nationally using every pre-internet resource available, which was difficult to do coming from a place that is rarely considered when it comes to having a vibrant Hip-Hop scene. Joker is best known for his videos which were featured on BET Uncut, his features with top rappers such as Bizzy Bone and Freeway, and his news-making street exploits which landed him in prison with a lengthy sentence. In this episode, Joker The Bailbondsman details his upbringing and how he got into music, life in Anchorage and Alaska as a whole, where his name came from, how he made everything happen, and how he used his time being incarcerated to better himself and come back stronger than ever. He drops some gems in this episode that you can apply to your own grind, which makes this episode another must listen. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Grammy Talk 2016
This week, we discuss urban music's representation at the 2016 Grammys, discover Kendrick Lamar's full government name, break down the complex intricacies of Fetty Wap's lyrics, discuss Wu-Tang Clan's "Once Upon A Time In Shaolin," and more. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Cole James Cash
Cole James Cash is a character. He's the Hip-Hop anti-hero; far from squeaky clean and you never quite know what he's going to do next, but when he shows up with his unconventional flair, you're glad he's there. The enigmatic, masked producer doesn't just put out beat tapes and send beats to rappers, he puts out full thematic bodies of work (such as "Eternal Punishment", "Saigon", and "BBW A Pornographic Opera") and provides emcees with the guidance to sound their best and bring his concepts to life. We speak with Cole James Cash about his upbringing, his musical style and tastes, his previous projects, artists that he's working with, his upcoming Street Fighter themed "Street Champion" project, and so much more. This episode is real talk with a dope individual, and another must listen. Check out Cole James Cash's music and connect with him below: Bandcamp: https://colejamescash.bandcamp.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/colejamescash Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/colejamescash-1 First single from Street Champion Akuma VS Gouken featuring Spit Gemz & Chris Rivers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgZ_2FMvtJc Follow, like, subscribe, rate, and comment to support the podcast. Check us out at http://channel10podcast.com. Click the Store link to purchase merchandise.
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G'sta & DJ Blaknificent #DontShootTheMessenger
G'sta is a rapper/producer from New Orleans, LA. He's gained respect through the quality projects that he's released since the 90's, starting with "Misery" and "World of Syn" which developed a cult following internationally, then with "We Workin'", the full length album with Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, then with a host of projects throughout the 2000's including his "Classic Status" mixtape series, and now with his "Don't Shoot The Messenger" project, which is produced entirely by DJ Blaknificent. DJ Blaknificent is a DJ/producer from New Orleans, LA. He helped lay the foundation for what would become the New Orleans Hip-Hop scene, as well as the New Orleans Bounce music scene. From coming up as part of the legendary New Orleans group Psycho Ward, to producing and working with such notable artists as Mia X and Kane & Abel, to now producing with G'sta and providing the sonic landscape for the "Don't Shoot The Messenger" project, 'Nif continues to put in work, providing a classical Hip-Hop sound that is a refreshing departure from the current musical trends. On this episode, we start talking with DJ Blaknificent as he gives us some New Orleans music history. Once G'Sta gets on the line, we get into their musical history, their lives in general, and of course "Don't Shoot The Messenger," which you need to listen to right now because it is dope! We really had fun kicking it with these guys, and this episode is definitely a must listen. To check out G'Sta and DJ Blaknificent, go to http://www.sostimulusent.com. Listen to "Don't Shoot The Messenger" on Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/gsta-g/sets/dont-shoot-tha-messenger. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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Jesus Was The First Rasta
We've been really busy and tired recently, but we still managed to connect and deliver this awesome free flowing stream of consciousness masterpiece of an episode. We have more great interviews scheduled soon so keep it locked. On this episode we discuss drugs and music, Atlanta producers and sound, repping your city in your city versus repping your city outside of your city, Youtube's foray into the streaming service business with Youtube Red, more ridiculous work stories, chips on credit cards, how George Washington would feel knowing that his face is on currency that ends up in Black women's thongs, alien structures in space, how Jesus might have been the first Rasta, and so much more more. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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By Gosh Golly
On this episode we discuss combating subtle racism daily in the workplace, political systems, existential depression, culture, and a little bit of what's going on and what we're looking forward to in Hip-Hop. One of our best philosophical conversation type episodes; listen, rate, favorite, like, subscribe, and comment! Support the podcast and buy merch here: http://www.cafepress.com/channel10podcast Build with us on social media: Website: http://channel10podcast.com/ #Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Channel-10-Podcast/685423198247599 #Twitter: https://twitter.com/channel10pod #Instagram: https://instagram.com/channel10podcast/ #Tumblr: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com/
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Egyptian Lover
Egyptian Lover is a Hip-Hop and Electro originator. From starting as a DJ selling out stadiums in Los Angeles with Uncle Jamm's Army, to producing some of the early Hip-Hop and Electro songs and selling millions of records through the first independent Hip-Hop label Egyptian Empire Records, to laying the blueprint for legendary acts such as Ice-T, NWA, and Uncle Luke's 2 Live Crew, his is is a name that should be mentioned more when it comes to the foundation of the Hip-Hop genre as we know it. Do your Googles. On this historic episode, Egyptian Lover gives us the history on how it all started, tells us of his production techniques and philosophy behind making records, and gives us insight into his worldwide impact and fame. Check it out. Please favorite, subscribe, and comment on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Visit http://channel10podcast.com for more dope episodes, and click the "Store" link at the top to purchase Channel 10 Podcast merchandise and support the podcast.
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I Ain't No Monkey!
We take it back to the essence with this episode. Just Singodsuperor and The Almighty A.R. with no guests. This episode starts with us reflecting on the trajectory of the podcast so far, then goes to a story from Singodsuperior with him leading to an explanation of his name. From there we get into breaking down Hip-Hop from the year 2000 until now (including Wale, Kanye West, Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, the Diplomats, Kid Cudi, Drake, Futute, Def Jux, Bad Boy, Fetty Wop, and more). Our conversation then takes a turn and gets into more scientific topics such as evolution, religion, space, the universe, the multiverse, mathematics, Star Trek, movies, MMA, and so much more. Check it out.
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Gemstones
Demarco Castle, better known as Gemstones (fka Gemini) is a Chicago-born rapper and singer best known for his work on Lupe Fiasco's first two albums, "Food & Liquor" and "The Cool," featuring on standout cuts such as "Pressure" (along with Jay Z), "Dumb It Down," and "The Die." As a part of Lupe's record label 1st & 15th, he built anticipation for his "Troubles of the World" album through critically acclaimed mixtapes such as "Untamed Beast" and "The Testimony of GemStones." After striking out on his own and leaving 1st & 15th, Gemstones continued his lyrically dexterous, introspective, thought provoking music with "On the Road to Glory" and "Elephant in The Room," which led up to his most recent effort, "Blind Elephant," which you can purchase and stream on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, and other major retailers. On this episode, Gemstones tells his story. From coming up in Chicago, to almost getting signed by Will Smith, to meeting and creating with Lupe Fiasco through his ascension, to the moment he knew he had to make a change in his life, Gemstones drops jewels (pun intended) throughout the conversation. Unfortunately, the episode had to be cut short, but we appreciate Gemstones giving us his time, and you will too, as this is an episode that you must not miss. Check for Gemstones on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, and at the links below: https://twitter.com/1Gemstones https://soundcloud.com/gemstonesforlife
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Chill Moody & Wes Manchild
Chill Moody is a rapper from Philadelphia, PA. His buzz has increased throughout the years, and he has collaborated with and has the respect of some of the biggest figures in Hip-Hop. He's also well known for his numerous sponsorships and his entrepreneurial ventures, such as his own line of water and his digital distribution label #nicethingsMUSIC. Oh yeah, he's the Music Ambassador of Philadelphia as well. Wes Manchild is a producer from Philadelphia, PA. East Coast sample chopping skills coupled with Southern drum influences from his days at college in Atlanta give his beats that classic, but not outdated feel. Wes eschews throwing an artist a track here and there for a single, but prefers to make full collaborative projects with an artist. Chill Moody and Wes Manchild come together for such a project, the conceptual and dope "TV Made Me Do It," which tells a story though various creative TV related references throughout the project. On this episode they discuss the making of the project, how they came together, the music scene in Philadelphia, and tell amazing stories about their journey through music. Don't miss this one! "TV Made Me Do It" is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and most other major digital retail and streaming services. Check out Chill Moody & Wes Manchild online: http://www.chillmoody.com https://twitter.com/ChillMoody https://soundcloud.com/wesmanchild https://twitter.com/wesmanchild https://twitter.com/nicethingsmusic
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DJ Booman
DJ Booman is a legendary DJ and producer from Baltimore. His credentials are too numerous to properly summarize. He is an originator of Baltimore Club Music, and even if you're not familiar with the genre, you've probably heard classic records he produced such "Watch Out For The Big Girl" and "Pick 'Em Up." He's also a mainstay on the Baltimore Hip-Hop scene, and his work with Baltimore rapper Mully Man ("Bmore Go Harder" & "She Hurtin' Em") landed a spot in MTV's rotation. On this historic episode of the Channel 10 Podcast, DJ Booman breaks down the origins of Baltimore Club Music and the early Baltimore Hip-Hop scene. We also get into production techniques, touring, his new projects, how he ended up producing the "Get Off (Baltimore Club Remix)" for Diddy through Kevin Liles, how he got production credits on Michael Jackson's "Strangers In Moscow," and so much more. You can't miss this episode! DJ Booman stays in the lab, and you can check out everything he's up to here: https://www.facebook.com/dj.booman https://twitter.com/djbooman https://soundcloud.com/djbooman
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Brace Saga
Brace Saga is an artist from Baltimore, MD with a dope new project entitled #RetroFuture EP, which is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play Music. On the project, which he describes as an "over-the-top Hood Musical," Brace is able to showcase his lyrical and production skills, making music that is both accessible and thought provoking. Coming from Baltimore, to joining the military and traveling the world, to recording #RetroFuture in Florida, Brace brings a wealth of life experience and interesting perspectives to his music and to the conversation. Our wide-ranging conversation with Brace Saga gets deep into music and life in general. Topics include: - The recording process and inspiration for #RetroFuture - What it's like coming up in Baltimore and doing music - The state of our community and our people as a whole - Learning through failure and defining "success" - How "people are looking to politicians for entertainment and people are looking to entertainers for the truth" There are more gems here than can be listed, so listen to the episode! Brace Saga's #RetroFuture EP is now available on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. You can reach Brace and support his project below: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/retrofuture-ep/id1025247989 Twitter: https://twitter.com/bracesaga Instagram: https://instagram.com/bracesaga/ Bandcamp: https://bracesaga.bandcamp.com/album/retrofuture-ep
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Matteo Urella
Matteo Urella is an author and photographer based out of Boston, MA. His writings can currently be found primarily on Medium, where you can find his amazingly detailed and thorough "Machetes Dipped In Rum: The Oral History of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony", which is a complete book detailing the story of one of Hip-Hop's greatest collectives. You can find his PRO FILES series on Medium as well, where he interviews all kinds of interesting figures in music, film, sports, and the arts. We speak with Matteo about Hip-Hop, MMA & Martial Arts, and life in general. Topics include: - His book "Machetes Dipped In Rum" - Incredible stories that you probably don't know about Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and their legacy - Wu-Tang - Ghostwriting & Steroids - Anderson Silva & Jon Jones - Veganisn - Human rights This episode is a must listen! Matteo Urella can be found on Medium and also at https://twitter.com/MatteoUrella.
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Schoolly D
Jesse "Schoolly D" Weaver is a Hip-Hop pioneer whose wide ranging career encompasses a variety of music, television, and film projects, however he is best known for being credited as the first gangsta rapper. His hits include PSK, Saturday Night, Gucci Time, King of New York Theme Song, the music from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and more. We talk with Schoolly D about his upbringing in Philadelphia, the early Hip-Hop scene, his song creation process and studio techniques, his relationships and thoughts on artists he's influenced such as Ice-T and NWA, the influence of drugs and the sound of music, his memory of the day of the bombing of John Africa's MOVE organization in Philadelphia, making music for the film world, what is means to be Black, hanging with Uncle Luke in Miami, and so much more. Schoolly D is funny and insightful, and this is a conversation that you must not miss. This September marks the 30th anniversary of Gucci Time and PSK, in September he's dropping a new version of Gucci Time and on Black Friday he is dropping the original versions of these iconic songs.
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Schoolly D Episode Preview
Schoolly D is a Hip-Hop pioneer credited as being the first gangsta rapper. From the 80s to now his career is vast and varied and includes gangsta themed albums like "Schoolly D" & "Saturday Night - The Album", Afrocentic album such as "Am I Black Enough for You?" & "How a Black Man Feels", and film and television work such as "King Of New York" & "Aqua Teen Hunger Force". Our full convo with Schoolly drops next week, so stay tuned in to http://channel10podcast.com. For now check out the preview of this epic episode. Topics discussed: - Being an artist - NWA movie and his own biopic - How he and his contemporaries changed the world - Growing up in a family band - The influence on drugs in music throughout the years - Being a black man in America
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Dayvee Sutton
Davina “Dayvee” Sutton is a two-time Emmy Award Winning sports journalist, entertainment and lifestyle reporter, social commentator and entrepreneur. Over the course of her 12 year career she’s worked for ESPN, Comcast Sports, Turner Sports and CNN, including CNN’s London bureau.Now Dayvee writes and works as an on-air contributor for various outlets, and produces special segments and documentaries through her production company Dream Network Media - - including the documentary “What We Told Our Sons: Families React to the Trayvon Martin Verdict.” You can find her at: http://www.dayveesutton.com/ https://twitter.com/dayveesutton http://www.dreamnetworkmedia.com/ We talk with Dayvee about her upbringing, being a student at UCLA, being a woman of color in journalism and the modeling industry, her upcoming shows and documentaries, and much more.
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Al Shipley
Al Shipley is a Baltimore-based music critic. He contributes to Baltimore City Paper, Rolling Stone, Noisey, Complex, Pitchfork and many more. He is author of the upcoming book, "Tough Breaks," which chronicles the history of Baltimore Club music. In addition, Shipley runs two blogs, Narrowcast - critiques of music, television, and movies. Government Names - a blog dedicated to Baltimore's Hip-Hop Scene. You can find Shipley and his some of his writings at: Twitter.com/alshipley http://narrowcast.blogspot.com/ http://governmentnames.blogspot.com/ We talk with Shipley about his career as a writer, the Meek and Drake Beef, ghostwriting throughout Hip-Hop, Baltimore's current music scene, and much more.
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Episode 19: What Rapper isn't Dead or in Jail?
Topics for this episode -This episode was recorded the first day of the Meek/Drake beef. We talk about the possible outcomes of the "battle" while Meek tweeted his thoughts on Drake and ghostwriters. -Why Method Man had his own song on 36 Chambers. And the legacy of Tical: 0. -The legacy of producers/rappers in Hip-Hop. -Inspectah Deck having the best verses on Wu-Tang albums. -Differences/Similarities between "To Pimp a Butterfly" and "Finding Forever." -The importance of "Murda Musik" to Mobb Deep's legacy. -How mixtapes form cult followings in a post-DS2 world.
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Episode 18 - Outliers on the Spectrum of American Normalcy
Topics we discuss -The impossibility of perfect nutrition. -The possible influence diet and environment have on. recommended alcohol intake across the world. -Life expectancy and the "will to live." -Meek Mill's ascendance into Hip-Hop relevancy. (This was recorded well before the Drake/Meek beef) -And how he fills the void of the Northeastern street Hip-Hop Artist. -The legacy of Wale's Attention Deficit and his legacy overall. -Maybach Music's longevity. -Rick Ross' slow decline. -Why 50 Cent refuses to use Trap beats. -The legacy of Facebook and Myspace songs. -Debating on leadership within different communities. -The difficulties on organically getting noticed in music. -The Upcoming Million Man March and if Jay Electronica will drop his album during that time. -Black liberalism and intellectuals. -Our dislike of UFC Fight Pass' layout. -Questioning whether or not psychedelics alter physiology.
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Episode 17 - Who's Really Ever Free?
Topics we discuss -The Amighty AR's good time at Six Flags and his not so amusing past at amusement parks. -The heavy responsibility of amusement park ride operators. -The most dangerous roller coasters we have experienced. -Stories about Ocean City and air hockey techniques. -Factory towns and Fordlandia. -Libertarian views on government.
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Episode 16 - Get Your Skin Lighter
Topics discussed this episode: -Seeing skin bleaching cream in the store for the first time and wondering about the company's response if you ask them about it. -Showing you are "for the people" with hair. -Lil Wayne influencing the dreadlocks craze. -The roots of the Rick Ross/50 Cent beef. -How Lex Luger made Rick Ross maintain relevance in the midst of 50 Cent's onslaught. -How important DJ's are to influencing the popularity of songs. -What to do when people mistake you for a different person. -Questioning whether or not monitoring police is a civil duty.
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Episode 14: "50 Cent is Coming!"
Topics we discuss this episode: 1. Elitism within the realm of music production software. 2. Andre 3000's "The Love Below" being considered a great "Hip-Hop" album. 3. Cassidy's commercial fails. 4. The reinvention of mainstream and underground rappers. 5. "Takeover" v. "Ether" 6. Jay-Z foreshadowing 50 Cent's ascendance. 7. Why Memphis Bleek never reached platinum status.
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Episode 13 - Racial Audio Engineering
On Episode 13 we talk about our processes when it comes to creating projects, and the feeling of completing them. We then talk about the criticism Iggy Azalea is receiving and how more established artists get away with various blemishes in their careers. These established artists we primarily talk about are Eddie Murphy and Snoop Dogg and their interests in reggae. Finally, we conclude with "racial audio engineering" and focus on differences between bass in Top 40, Urban, and Reggae.
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Episode 12: Why You Hangin' Out Wit That Hobo?
On this episode we get deeper into MMA. We talk about Bruce Lee's style of fighting and if he would be a formidable opponent in the Octagon. After that, we get into what is considered the first MMA match between Muhammad Ali and Antonio Inoki in 1976. And of course, Singod talks about his racist encounter of the week. Finally, we close out with our encounters with the homeless throughout Baltimore City.
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Episode 11 - Jiro Dreams Of Sushi
We get our #Vegan/#Vegetarian on in this episode. Food is such an integral part of living, so why not discuss it? Listen to two plant based eaters talk about everything that comes with how we live.
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Episode 10 Hip-Hop Moments, Jamaicy Music, & Skin Bleaching
We made it to 10 weeks in. Still consistent. We get into our personal stories and adventures in Hip-Hop involving the likes of #Ghostface Killah, Killah Priest, Trife Da God, Jay Electronica, DJ Premier, Terminology, Lil Fame from M.O.P., Mos Def, and more. We then get into stories about treks to get albums pre-internet. Then we get into edited versions of songs. From there we get into new additions to the lexicon of mainstream America courtesy of Hip-Hop like #THOT, #Bando, and #ratchet. We then get into a host of topics including #gangsta lyrics being used at trials, jailhouse freestyles, and world music artists from genres such as #azonto, #dancehall, #reggae, #soca, and #afrobeat like #Chronixx, #Mavado, Vybz Kartel, Wizkid, Ice Prince, D'Banj, Sean Paul, and Bunji Garlin. We end it off with skin bleaching and the light skin vs. dark skin wars. Needless to say this is a must listen!
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#TBT Respect Is Everything
We have a major announcement....the Channel 10 Podcast is now brought to you by Audible, the premier source for audiobooks. Sign up for your free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/channel10 to get a free audiobook and 30% off any of your audiobook purchases. After a long, rambling, hilarious first attempt at including sponsorship in our podcast, our 2nd #ThrowbackThursday selection is a clip from episode 5 on #FreddieGray (https://soundcloud.com/channel10podcast/episode-5-on-freddy-gray-the-baltimore-protests-the-search-for-a-solution) where Singod talks about how so many of the issues we face today are caused by a lack of having respect for one another as human beings. This is great stuff. Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com, and see what else we have going on at http://channel10podcast.com.
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Episode 9 (Part 2) - RIP Chinx
RIP Chinx Drugz. On this episode we get into the untimely passing of rising rap star Chinx. We then get into 50 Cent and the destruction of New York Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop and the Grammies, and Hip-Hop story albums like GKMC, Masta Ace's discography, and Ghostface's new projects. We end it off reminiscing about Wu-Tang and Shaw Brothers Kung Fu Movies. Shout out to Hip-Hop, and once again RIP Chinx. Check out the "RIP Chinx Drugz" article on the Channel 10 Podcast website: http://channel10podcast.com/rip-chinx-drugz-memorialday/.
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Episode 9 (Part 1) - Black Vs. African American (N-words Is Good Now!)
Black. African American. Negro. Colored. American of African Descent. On this episode we figure out what term the more melanated people living in the United States today should use to identify themselves. We also get into other race issues and of course Baltimore as well. http://channel10podcast.com
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Episode 8 (Part 2) - Mixtape Rappers, Video Games, Clowns, & Miming for Jesus
On part 2 of what was meant to be Episode 5, we get into the career trajectories of early 2000s rappers such as Grafh, Joe Budden, and Saigon. We then go into an interesting tangent about the intersection of video games and Hip-Hop, and just video games in general. We end talking about clowns and clown/mime mythology, Insane Clown Posse, Tech N9ne, clown school, and mimes in the Black Church. Interesting to say the least.
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Episode 8 (Part 1) - Young Thug Is The New Prince
We recorded this about a month ago and it was supposed to be Episode 5, but the #FreddieGray incident happened so we had to address that. On this episode, we get into a wide range of topics, starting with our experiences with racism throughout the week, the best way to listen to music from headphones to speakers to cassette, vinyl, or mp3, sound quality in music, the greatest hype men in Hip-Hop, granola bars, Starbucks, oral history in music, and ways that the South has kept traditional Hip-Hip alive. Another great episode, check it out!
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Episode 7 (Part 2) - The Legacy Of BET Uncut
On this episode, we get into the legacy of BET Uncut and it's rise as an important outlet for independent Hip-Hop pre-Internet. We then get into talking about all kinds of other artists and topics such as Bizzy Bone, AZ, Q-Tip, Mumblecore, ODB, Busta Rhymes, Saigon, Love and Hip-Hop, The Source, XXL, Gucci Mane, Big L, Dipset, Cam'Ron, Juelz Santana, Vado, A-Mafia and more. We also compare a line from Gucci Mane that may have (*gasp*) surpassed a similar line from Big L. Also check out Singod's article "The (Rap) Evolution of Gucci Mane" on The Channel 10 Official Website: http://channel10podcast.com/the-rap-evolution-of-gucci-mane/ Listen, subscribe, and comment! Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Official Website: http://channel10podcast.com Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/channel-10-podcast/id980964977?mt=2#_=_ Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-media/channel-10-podcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/channel10podcast Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: http://twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStCy_iT7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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Episode 7 (Part 1) - Fight Talk! Sports Talk! Rap Talk!
Fight talk!! (airhorn sound effect here)!!! We get into a lot of sports and the intersection of sports and Hip-Hop on this episode. After talking a bit about Baltimore, we get into the event that was Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. Then we get into some UFC talk with the Jon Jones hit-and-run situation. Moving to academia, we get into Michael Eric Dyson's scathing 10,000 word essay about Cornell West. We then get into rappers using tragedy for self promotion, and then we come back to sports and the athletes who have been involved in Hip-Hop, including Shaq, Kobe Bryant, Allen Iverson, Iman Shumpert, Ron Artest, and more. We also talk about rappers' health issues dealing with obesity and drug use, and other random Hip-Hop talk discussing many things including music videos, The Box, Xzibit, Tha Liks, Loud Records, Kool G Rap, Digable Planets, Alchemist, and Prodigy's discography. We also talk about how back in the day (because we guess we're old heads now) you may hear a song on a mixshow or see a video and then never see it again. That leads into our conversation about Bizzy Bone and BET Uncut, which we get more in depth with in part 2 of the episode. Listen, subscribe, and comment! Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Official Website: http://channel10podcast.com Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/channel-10-podcast/id980964977?mt=2#_=_ Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-media/channel-10-podcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/channel10podcast Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: http://twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStCy_iT7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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Episode 6 (Part 2) - Young Thug Says...
Our conversation about #FreddieGray and the #BaltimoreUprising protests from Episode 6 Part 1 somehow transitioned into a conversation Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka, Future, et al. We ask the question "what completely solo Young Thug record can you remember?". We also get into newer albums from Mobb Deep & Raekwon, Raekwon's discography, and various things related to Wu-Tang (for some reason our conversations always come back to the Wu lol). We end with some podcast business that probably shouldn't be on the podcast, but f it lol, and also we wrap up our Freddie Gray conversation from Episode 6 Part 1. Check it out! Listen, subscribe, and comment! Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Official Website: http://channel10podcast.com Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/channel-10-podcast/id980964977?mt=2#_=_ Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-media/channel-10-podcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/channel10podcast Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: http://twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStCy_iT7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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Episode 6 (Part 1) - #Baltimore Needs To Riot and Burn That B---- Down!
This is a special episode, because after our last episode regarding Freddie Gray, things in our city have escalated to "state of emergency status". Artic recounts his story speaking with a looter/rioter in the emergency room, and from there we reflect on the protests and riots as a whole, growing up in Baltimore, Baltimore politics, the curfew and the National Guard coming in, experiences with racism and police, and once again we search for solutions. This is another two parter because we were talking for so long, on part two which is soon to come we get into some music talk. Listen, subscribe, and comment! Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Official Website: http://channel10podcast.com Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/channel-10-podcast/id980964977?mt=2#_=_ Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-media/channel-10-podcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/channel10podcast Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: http://twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStCy_iT7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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#TBT A Story About Seeing Bun B (@BunBTrillOG) In The Airport
We have enough content up now to participate in Throwback Thursdays (go us!), so for the first #TBT we bring back a segment from Episode 2 where Singod tells his story about seeing Bun B in an airport on his way back from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Bun B was quite agitated to say the least, yelling on the phone and then talking to his wife. It's always interesting seeing "celebs" as real people with their guard down without the glitz and glam, and it's always cool to go back to older episodes to see how far we've come on this podcasting journey, so check it out. Singod had a question to ask Bun, but out of respect for the Trill OG he didn't bother him, but hopefully we can get Bun B on the show for a conversation! On the full episode, we get into the University of Oklahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon controversy (straight from the scene; Singod is a student there), Singod's academic excursion to Canada (including Canadian Country Music and their use of the exclamation "Yee Haw!" and experimentation on Native Americans in Canada), Kevin Hart and Will Ferrel's Get Hard movie, Will Smith, plus some Biggie, 2pac, Big L, and discussion of white rappers. Check it out here: https://soundcloud.com/channel10podcast/episode-2-lots-of-controversy-yee-haw Listen, subscribe, and comment! Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Official Website: channel10podcast.com/ Itunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chann…id980964977?mt=2 Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-medi…dcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: channel10podcast.tumblr.com/soundcloud Facebook: www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: channel10podcast.tumblr.com Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStC…T7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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Episode 5 - On Freddie Gray, the Baltimore Protests, & the Search For a Solution
We had another more Hip-Hop based episode on deck, but we'll have to push that until next week. On this episode, recorded the day after the big Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore on the eve of Saturday 04/25/2015, we discuss the Freddie Gray incident, the protests after, and the history of Baltimore Police brutality and the cover ups. The conversation then takes a turn to more abstract but related topics of protests in general, making real social change, consciousness, the role of Black women in all of this, morality, the role of religious institutions, and ends with a powerful "rant" by Singodsuperior about the need for all humans to respect all other humans as human beings. At the end, we try to lighten it up a little bit with some Hip-Hop talk about what would be on our protest mixtape. #Shoutout to Baltimore BLOC, The Baltimore Spectator, Black Lawyers for Change, the Office of Neighborhood Safety in Richmond, CA, J. M. Giordano (@JMGPix on Twitter). #RIP to #FreddyGray! Listen, subscribe, and comment! Email us at channel10podcast@gmail.com. Official Website: channel10podcast.com/ Itunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chann…id980964977?mt=2 Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-medi…dcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: channel10podcast.tumblr.com/soundcloud Facebook: www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: channel10podcast.tumblr.com/ Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStC…T7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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Episode 4 (Part 2) - Pimp Juice In Your Mouth
We're so consistent right now that we're doing part 2s to episodes. After the weight of the race issues and the nostalgia of reminiscing of part 1 of episode 4, we get a little lighter by getting into Kool Keith's "Sex Styles" album and "Total Orgasm" mixtape series, Necro and horrorcore & pornocore sub-genres in Hip-Hop, and reinventing your identity in Hip-Hop al la MF Doom (aka Zev Love X from KMD), Gnarls Barkley(Cee-Lo Green and Dangermouse), etc. From there we get into what artists with a diverse catalog decide to perform and some of Nas' song selections for his albums, especially his mega-controversial N-Word album. We get into the evolution of how music is released in the digital age, our uncle's Hip-Hop preferences (including LL Cool J's Headsprung...still can't figure out what that song was about). We also speculate on snoring coke from mirrors, and we have banter about various rappers and Hip-Hop related things including Jay Electronica, Cormega, Wu-Tang, DJ Mathematics, La The Darkman, AZ, Black Milk, Elzhi, J.Cole, Slum Village, Madlib, J Dilla, the importance of featuring on another artists track, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, rappers finding religion, Nelly shooting up blocks and doing meth (and his career accomplishments as well), stories regarding Pimp Juice, Crunk Juice, & 4 Loko, the lady accused of sleeping with the entire Wu-Tang Clan, seeing people you grew up listening to (like Saigon & Peter Gunz) on Love and Hip-Hop & other reality TV, and the structure of Hip-Hop groups though history such as X-Clan, Public Enemy, and Little Brother. Definitely an insightful and entertaining conversation, listen, subscribe, and comment! Official Website: http://channel10podcast.com/ Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/channel-10-podcast/id980964977?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-media/channel-10-podcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com/soundcloud Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStCy_iT7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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Episode 4 (Part 1) - Black Education & Personal Classics (Ya Trick Ya!)
We're going to break down this episode into two parts. In part one we get deep into recent race issues such as the Black men shot by police in Tulsa, Oklahoma in South Carolina, as well as our experiences with racism in the past week. We get into white people treating us as pets because of our hair and how Black people, especially young Black men, get a separate "Black Education" from our parents that we get in addition to traditional schooling in order to survive. From there we get into what we're eating and foods as aphrodisiacs. This is supposed to be a Hip-Hop podcast, so of course we get into albums that mean something to us and reminiscing about Soulja Boy, Master P The Last Don and No Limit, Kanye West and College Dropout, Twista and his Kamikaze album, Lil Wayne, Nardwuar interviews, Nas albums, Camron & Dipset, Young Jeezy, and a lot more. We get personal in this episode about our connection to music growing up & Singod's older brother's influence on our musical tastes. Shoutout to Howard University & Drew Hall! Definitely an episode you don't want to miss! Make sure you follow us and check for us. Send us emails with your comments, questions, and concerns at channel10podcast@gmail.com and check us out where we are on the internets: Official Website: http://channel10podcast.com/ Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/channel-10-podcast/id980964977?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/vrn-media/channel-10-podcast?refid=stpr Soundcloud: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com/soundcloud Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/channel10podcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/channel10pod Tumblr: http://channel10podcast.tumblr.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9UoStCy_iT7r-V6tTqr9Q/feed
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Episode 3 - Chopping Vegetables In Grad School
This episode was so unplanned and unstructured, but still another great one for the record books. Singodsuperior & The Almighty A.R. get into their plant based dietary and culinary habits, the therapeutic benefits of chopping vegetables, water shortages, environmental history, old rappers doing part 2's to their classic albums (Cuban Linx 2, The War Report 2, Doe or Die 2, Liquid Swords 2, Supreme Clientele 2, etc), horrorcore rap, The Beatles, "teddy boys", patterns in rebellious cultures, and much more.
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Episode 2 - Lots Of Controversy Yee Haw!
On episode 2 we get deep into the University of Oklahoma's Sigma Alpha Epsilon racism controversy with first hand accounts of prejudice live from Norman, Oklahoma. We also get into Singodsuperior's recent excursion to Winnipeg, Manitoba and his experiences with Canadian Country Music (and how people really say "Yee Haw" in regular conversation), learning about experimentation on Indigenous First Nations Peoples, and his experience seeing Bun B in the airport. Other topics include Kevin Hart and Will Ferrel's Get Hard movie, Will Smith, plus some Biggie, 2pac, Big L, and discussion of white rappers. This is one you don't want to miss!
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Episode 1 - Yo You Hear Me?
Singodsuperior and The Almighty A.R. make their introduction into the podcast game. Whilst sipping on drank and battling interstate technical difficulties they discuss everything from Cannibal Ox to Kendrick Lamar to King Tubby to Grand Wizard Theodore and more (the more being Smack DVD freestyles, J Cole, Jeru The Damaja, and other things). We’re working out the kinks…subscribe and rock with us!
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