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Shorty the Pimp sits down with Rosenberg, Cipha and Ebro for the latest installment of Juan Epstein. He speaks extensively on his early days in Oakland, how he got into Rap, how close his real life is to his Too $hort persona and much more.
It’s been a minute since Star and Buc’s legendary run on NYC radio came to an unceremonious end, but their influence is still felt on the airwaves to this day.
There’s no way this is not an epic episode.
Star and Buc Wild. Couldn’t control these cats, even with Dallas Penn on deck. In a rare interview, Star shared his past, how he was an actual street pimp in New York City in the early 1980′s, how he went to war with a handgun against a Dominican chick armed with and uzi and got sprayed up, his cocaine and mescaline fueled days, how he pimped MTV, Hot 97 and Power 105, why he has no issue with Big Tigger, how he’s never been impressed with Howard Stern, his love for DJ Vlad, what his hate is really about, how he doesn’t know who the fuck Just Blaze is, how someone who doesn’t fux with Hip Hop became a Hip Hop icon and more. This was too much. Dig in my cousin.
Neighborhood Push vs. TCJS staff.
Pusha T discusses the differences in working with The Neptunes and Kanye, why Big Daddy Kane > Rakim, how Big Sean is really a problem within the G.O.O.D Music camp, why rappers like Rick Ross can’t ever really get away from the streets, how he can’t ever be right with Consequence, how he threw a shot at Combat, the possible name for the next Clipse album and more.
Previously: Pusha T – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle (Video)
This should be a good one.
Previously: Chi Ali ft. Fat Joe – Games & Things (Video)
Ghost and Louch vs. Ciph, Rosenberg and K.Foxx.
Bun, Gibbs and Despot are the guests on this new episode of The Combat Jack Show:
Bun B x Freddie Gibbs x Despot… where do we even begin? From Freddie’s ESGN label and current relationship with Young Jeezy and CTE to Despot being a NYC club owner and the schit he has to deal with to Bun B flexing all professorial and having the show turn into a roundtable on race in New York versus the south. It’s bigger than rap. #Newmanati!
Previously: Gunplay Calls The Combat Jack Show
Juan Epstein to the 4th power.
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Whoa lots of everything on here. Starts off a bit tense but gets good…brief cameo from Ebro…