Archive for the 'Podcasts' Category

The Styles P x NMC Podcast

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Last week my brothers Meka from 2DopeBoyz, Lowkey of YouHeardThatNew and Mikey Fresh of MissInfo.tv played a few throwback joints for Styles and asked him some questions. Topics covered include working with DJ Premier on “Recognize”, the LOX mixtape classic “Who Did You Expect”, how he ended up with a beat from Havoc during the D-Block/G-Unit conflict, the importance of an atmosphere of competition amongst MCs and much more. He also speaks on his absence from “It’s All About the Benjamins” and reveals that the story Sheek Louch told about Missy cutting his verse wasn’t actually true.

Listen below and be sure to pre-order SP’s Phantom And The Ghost LP, out next Tuesday on the New Music Cartel Music Group/EMPIRE.

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Pharoahe Monch on The Combat Jack Show

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

Monch joins Jack and company for a sit-down.

Says Combat:

Pharoahe Monch has been a favorite MC of mine for a long time so it only makes sense that we deliver his best interview in existence. In support of his brilliant album ‘P.T.S.D.’ we had an in studio listening session as Monch gave us his most personal interview to date. Who knew he used to carry them blammers? Who knew he was fed a deadly drug cocktail that took him to the edge of insanity? Who knew he was a heavy DipSet fan? Or liked 2 Chainz? What other MC admits getting murked on his own song? I really enjoyed this session. I hope you do too. Stand the fuck up!

Previously: Pharoahe Monch on Juan Epstein | Pharoahe Monch ft. DJ Revolution – Get Down

Pharoahe Monch on Juan Epstein

Monday, April 21st, 2014

Monch joins Ciph and Rosenberg for the latest installment of Juan Ep.

Previously: The Making of Stress: The Extinction Agenda with Organized Konfusion | Pharoahe Monch ft. DJ Revolution – Get Down

Scarface on The Combat Jack Show

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

The Brother Mob joins Jack and Premium Pete on the latest installment of The Combat Jack Show.

Scarface lost 100 pounds. And we’re all over the place in this interview. He plays guitar, he talks drugs and depression and Pink Floyd, he talks about his time in prison, why his son went missing earlier this year, why Rick Ross is underrated and more. He does his best to avoid making controversial statements, but he just can’t help himself. This is Brad Jordan like you’ve never heard before.

Previously: Mayalino ft. Scarface & Sam Hook – Lord Help Me

Hannibal Buress on Juan Epstein

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Ciph and Rosenberg chop it up with comedian, Rap aficionado and Broad City co-star Hannibal Buress about Scarlett Johansson, overzealous fans, Chicago Hip-Hop and much more.

Watch an outtake above and stream the whole episode below.

We spoke to Hannibal last Summer about some of his favorite songs for our Heavy Rotation series, be sure to check that out here.

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Smoke DZA on Juan Epstein

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

DZA joins Rosenberg and Ciph for the latest installment of Juan Epstein.

Listen to this and then be sure to check out our special Edition of Heavy Rotation with the Kushed God.

Heavy Rotation No. 1 (Podcast)

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

Check out the first episode of the new NahRight podcast Heavy Rotation, hosted by NahRight’s founder eskay and features editor Stan Ipcus. The show contains a fresh batch of songs that we’ve been bumping heavily this past month, and a nice throwback set too with special selections from 1994, all with commentary to match. Hit the jump for the tracklist and to stream/download, and stay tuned for a new episode coming every month. Enjoy.

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Jessica Rosenblum on The Combat Jack Show

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

NYC nightlife matron Jessica Rosenblum joins the Combat Jack Show crew to talk about her storied career and Dallas Penn reveals how he helped orchestrate the Polo Heist of the Century.

Says Jack:

You think you know the history of New York Hip Hop? You really don’t know Jack until you talk to Jessica Rosenblum. Hear her talk about her role in opening the downtown NYC nightlife scene to Russell Simmons, Lyor Cohen, the Beastie Boys and LL Cool J. Listen as she shares about her role in making a then unknown Sean “Diddy” Combs into a household name. Learn as she walks us through what really happened that fateful night at the tragic CCNY event and why she wasn’t responsible. Marvel at how she decided to build Funk Master Flex into the brand that he is today. Take in her close and meaningful relationship with the late, great Chris Lighty. We only scratched the surface as to this woman’s integral role in contributing to this culture, but this episode’s lessons is an important and mostly overlooked in this thing we call rap. PLUS: Dallas Penn shares how he single handedly broke the Internets with his ingenious execution of Pologate.

Previously: Russell Simmons on The Combat Jack Show

Russell Simmons on The Combat Jack Show

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

Jack and Dallas walk Uncle Rush through his first ever podcast experience. Legendary topics was broached. Russ shows up about 15 minutes in.

The Godfather of this whole damb thing, Rush broke bread reflecting on his time as a gang member, small time drug dealer, how Hip Hop saved his life, why DJ Hollywood should be remembered in the rap history books, why Diddy is the man he his today, Rick Rubin, Lyor Cohen, Dame Dash, how he’s not hung up on the word “nigga”…. so much covered that we had to end it with a lesson in meditation, literally. I’ve seen a lot in my life, but I never thought I’d see the day when a real life rap yogi would be walking us down memory lane. Please run cop Russell’s new book “Success Through Stillness: Meditation Made Simple” co-written by our very own Chris Morrow here.

Previously: Russell Simmons on GGN with Snoop

Marley Marl on Juan Epstein

Friday, March 7th, 2014

Now would be a good time to start clearing an hour from your Friday schedule. The legendary Marley Mark is on Juan Ep!

Says Rosenberg:

What can I say? The most important producer in hip hop history? I got my dj name from his show and got my love of music from his beats. Enjoy!

Previously: MPC Minute w/ DJ Premier & Pete Rock, Marley Marl, Young Guru, Q-Tip & 88-Keys