Joe is nowhere to be found this week as he’s out on the road for the All Love Lost Tour, but Marisa Mendez, Rory, my brother Superstar Lowkey, Scottie Beam and Gia Peppers step in to chop it up with special guest Ty Dolla $ign.
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With Q-Tip noticeably absent, Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Jarobi drop in on Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds for the latest episode of Juan Epstein.
Well at first I was disappointed that Q=Tip didn’t show up for this (it was early) but as Ciph pointed out, we have had Tip before. It was amazing to hear about the inception of Tribe and the creation of People’s Instinctive Travels from the other members of ATCQ. Next year when Low End Theory gets celebrated, we will have Tip on with them. This had a few “Juan Ep” gem moments that will blow your mind
Strippers and 50 Cent’s antics are on the menu for the latest episode of Budden’s ‘I’ll Name This Podcast Later.’
This week on ItsTheReal’s ‘A Waste of Time’ Podcast, they welcome Jadakiss, who’s out and about pushing his new album Top 5 Dead or Alive. They toss around such topics as the infamous threat to toss a refrigerator at Puff during the “Let The Lox Go” era, battling Ma$e on 125th Street, how he came up with his Rap name after signing with Bad Boy, ghostwriting, the beef with 50 Cent and much more.
Eric and Jeff being from Westchester, this is an especially interesting listen for anybody who also hails from Yonkers or the surrounding area. Kiss touches on some 914 specific gems such as attending Gorton High School (which also happens to be my alma-mater), whupping Harrison High (Jeff and Eric’s old school) in football, Westchester Community College and Styles working at Odd-Job in Cross County, where he stole instrumentals for their Bomb Squad mixtape.
Budden, Marisa and Rory are joined by Amber Rose on this week’s installment of ‘I’ll Name This Podcast Later.’
I’d be slacking if I didn’t also mention that Joe was the most recent guest on Taxstone‘s ‘Tax Season’ podcast, which went way off the rails:
— DADITO CALDERONE (@TAXSTONE) October 27, 2015
Listen to that below.
Stretch and Bobbito meet Juan and Mr. Epstein. Still on a promo run for their new film, the legendary radio pioneers chop it up with Rosenberg and Ciph about a bunch of shit that didn’t make it into the movie. This is a great listen.
- Bobbito on how Rock Steady invented the practice of breakers using cardboard boxes and linoleum by swiping trash from the furniture store across the street from their park.
- The time Bob tried to confiscate a promotional copy of Fear of A Black Planet at Bleeker Bob’s.
- How Flex influenced Stretch’s on-air style and some later static between the two after some comments made on London radio.
- Bad Boy’s run as the catalyst for the underground/commercial Rap divide.
- Ciph calling out Stretch for producing the remix to Lil Kim’s “Big Momma Thing” and Stretch’s explaination of how it came to feature a Jay Z verse and two empty bars at the end.
- The Kim conversation then leads to Bob hearing Stretch’s “LA LA” remix for the first time in his life and Stretch telling the story of how he accidentally erased part of Havoc’s verse and had to travel to QB to get him to record it over.
- Tragedy Khadafi has been to Stretch’s house for Thanksgiving dinner.
Joe Budden, Marisa Mendez and Rory deliver episode 35 of the BuddenCast. Topics include Atlanta, Zodiac signs and couples therapy.
Mr. Joseph Budden joins the Brothers Rosenthal on episode #20 of the ‘Waste of Time Podcast’ to talk about his new album All Love Lost, almost signing to Roc-A-Fella Records, Drake, Busta Rhymes and much more.
In celebrating the landmark 20th episode of A Waste of Time with ItsTheReal, we brought our longtime friend Joe Budden back to the Upper West Side to talk about how close he came to signing with Roc-a-fella Records, what his Monopoly parties are like, and why Sisqo’s Thong Song still goes at the club. We discussed how long it takes Lil Wayne to text him back, who had the beat for Focus first, and what he was doing at a Def Jam Christmas Party. That, plus Drake stories, Lyor stories, Busta Rhymes stories, and oh yeah, his new album All Love Lost, available October 16th!
After last week’s All Love Lost episode, Joey and his team return to their regularly scheduled programming. Topics this week include Amber Rose’s ‘Slutwalk’, Victor Cruz and Keith Murray.