Podcaster Taxstone Meek Mill sits down with Meek Mill. Listen below.
We went down to A3C for our annual pilgrimage to Atlanta and sat down with the legendary Hitmen production team. This is an instant classic so sit back and press play.
We originally planned on just having DJ Self in the studio but earlier in the day Beans called and said he had something to get off his chest. The Broad Street Bully (24:30 Start of Beanie Sigel Interview)was never known to hold back his tongue and in this episode he made sure to let the mac ring. Be safe tho.
On this week's All Songs +1 podcast, I'm taking the host chair usually occupied by Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton for a conversation with Danny Brown about the Detroit rapper's upcoming album, Atrocity Exhibition, his admiration for contemporaries like ScHoolBoy Q and what Brown calls his all-time favorite rap song, Nas' "The World Is Yours." In our talk, Brown also explains how he hooked up with South African singer/producer Petite Noir for the new song we're premiering in the podcast, "Rolling Stone."
Isiah drops a bomb when he reveals why he has been MIA for almost two years. He also talks about his relationship with TDE, his love of wrestling, and much more.
Charlamagne and Schulz are joined by Joe Budden on the latest episode of their The Brilliant Idiots podcast.
They discuss Joe Buddens new track dissing Drake. Charlamagne says Joe Budden's diss track is a reach. Both groups duel it out.
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