This week Budden is joined by co-host Marisa Mendez, returning guest Raqi Thunda and new guest Julz.
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Budden, Marisa Mendez and Rory are joined by Raqi Thunda on the new episode of ‘I’ll Name This Podcast Later.’
Eric and Jeff of ItsTheReal are joined by the legendary DJ Clark Kent on the latest episode of the ‘Waste of Time’ podcast. They talk Diddy, 50 Cent, Dame Dash, Nas, Mobb Deep, Foxy Brown, Pharrell and others. Clark also offers his perspective on the Meek Mill/Drake beef, Pusha T and ghostwriting in general.
Previously: DJ Clark Kent & Ronnie Fieg on Juan Epstein
Joe Budden and the crew are back with episode 26 of “I’ll Name This Podcast Later” where they talk about the Straight Outta Compton movie, Dr. Dre’s Compton album, rappers on reality shows, marrying your child’s mother and Safaree.
Damn, that artwork. That’s Future and Ciara’s son old Russ is playing with.
Shoulda ran it with Lynch.
25 consistent weeks! The trio sits down to wrap up what might be the end of the Drake vs Meek conflict, how soon you should have your child around your significant other, Dr. Dre’s new album, and criticism on the internet.
Budden and crew talk Meek vs. Drake. Joe, who had his own little back and forth with Meek not too long ago, says he has some bars ready for the boy from Philly if he hears his name mentioned.
Joe Budden and his crew are back with episode 22 of their I’ll Name This Podcast Later series.
Episode 22 begins with discussing Marisa’s fly out attempt, then ventures into the depths of the #FutureHive, and INTPL own version of “1 Gotta Go” that shockingly turns into another music debate.
Joe Budden and his crew are back with episode 21 of their podcast series I’ll Name This Podcast Later, where they continue to discuss the situation with Meek Mill and current events.
Joe Budden, Marisa and Rory discuss the 2015 BET Awards, Meek Mill’s new album and more on episode 20 of “I’ll Name This Podcast Later”.
Joe Budden hosts a R&B discussion and is joined by Marisa, Rory, Rob Markman, Deanii Digital and Emanny to talk about the greatest R&B albums from 1990 to present day.