Cousin Jonathan returns to the studio to discuss the recent ramblings of the artist formerly known as Kanye West, including the tradition of Black Anti-Semitism, Agendas vs. Belief, and struggling with the fall of black celebrities.
Reacting to a variety of recent events in the year, from Tucker Carlson’s mind-defying docuseries to the Uvalde School Mass Shooting, Don and Harry return to the subjects of the male ego, psychology, “Wypipo vs Black People” and their twisted sexualities in the search for the answer to how masculinity becomes toxic.
This week the guys ponder the meaning and utilization of the hood movie as they watch the film debut of one Tupac Amaru Shakur in 1992’s “Juice”, co-starring Omar Epps.
This week the guys talk about music, specifically rap music (finally) and how some artists must be qualified. Are White Rappers “guests” in the rap game? How can Hip-Hop as a culture be protected?
FACE FRONT! Dazzlin’ Don Grant and Harrumphin’ Harry Chute deliver another modern classic in this new age of podcast entertainment! When Icons die, where does that leave the rest of us??!
The guys continue the list of things they observed and reported during 2017, but before that they spend an hour going through honorable mentions, including Get Out, Wonder Woman, and more!
Donovan and Harrison flee the burning building of 2017 by continuing a tradition inherited from The Battle Beyond Planet X, going through ten things they discovered and enjoyed throughout the year. Before that however, they go over missed feedback and continue the discussion on writers avoiding stereotypes.
This week the boys talk Cultural Appropriation, Cultural Misappropriation, and floating in the midst of not knowing what to do. … More How can we avoid Cultural Appropriation?