In this episode, Zach and Steven go in depth with their thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s Black Panther soundtrack, as well as the film itself and what it means for hip-hop.
In this episode, Zach geeks out about his research on J Dilla, Steven talks about rickrolling his girlfriend, and the both of them discuss what it means to do a cover of a hip-hop track.
He is a man who goes by many names. You may know him as E-Double, you may know him as Easy Erick, or even the Green-Eyed Bandit. He is none other than Erick Sermon. Starting out in the late 80s as one half of the legendary hip-hop duo EPMD as well as the original member of Def Squad crew, Erick is currently working on a very exciting project featuring artists such as Pharrell, Ghost Face, Redman, and many, many others. In this episode, Zach and Steven have an in depth discussion on his upcoming album, the “golden age” of hip-hop, and his many collaborations with other artists.
Donate to his kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2019882704/a-new-erick-sermon-album
Zach and Steven are back from winter break, and discuss the two biggest albums of this past December: BROCKHAMPTON’s SATURATION III and Eminem’s Revival.
Music video for BOOGIE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cucHc2vef4
Revival but it’s actually kind of better: https://open.spotify.com/user/1229874405/playlist/7oJtBpzxAW3V2Xh4cV1CZE