126 episódios

DJ Vlad sits down on his couch each week with a slew of celebrity guests - such as Charlamagne, Lord Jamar and a host of others. Join him each week as he shares these entire interviews with you about current events and news in urban culture.

For business questions contact:

Evan Hollins
evan@vladtv.com
(818) 927-1110

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    • Sociedade e cultura

DJ Vlad sits down on his couch each week with a slew of celebrity guests - such as Charlamagne, Lord Jamar and a host of others. Join him each week as he shares these entire interviews with you about current events and news in urban culture.

For business questions contact:

Evan Hollins
evan@vladtv.com
(818) 927-1110

    D.L. Hughley (Episode 129)

    D.L. Hughley (Episode 129)

    Comedian D.L. Hughley sat down with DJ Vlad to speak on a host of topics from his career trajectory to the current state of American politics. D.L. disclosed to Vlad being imbued in the Bloods at a young age but ultimately leaving knowing the way things end when one is involved in that lifestyle. The funnyman also discusses how he got into jokes by firstly using his humor to get girls, and how that led to his first million dollar check.

    From there he spoke about Cosby's legacy and how he believes the allegations against him to be true. In discussing the political climate of Black America, D.L reveals his feelings on Hillary Clinton's 'super-predator' comment, white supremacy, Trump voters, Kaepernick being ostracized, and the state of being Black in America.

    • 2 h 8 min
    Montana of 300 (Episode 128)

    Montana of 300 (Episode 128)

    Montana of 300 sat down on the Vlad couch to talk about violence in Chicago and how white supremacy ties into it, saying that the KKK should hold a protest in his hometown because they have "a lot of ammunition." He then talks about sitting down with Minister Farrakhan and what he's learned from him and why he would never beef with another rapper.

    Montana also speaks about his past life in the streets and how he beat 2 of 3 gun charges, and how he has an artist signed to his label who is still tied to that life. Then he praises Chief Keef and Soulja Boy for paving the way to shine a light on Chicago artists before he speaks on new rappers and their need to wear chokers. Listen to the full interview above.

    • 1h 15 min
    Too Short (Episode 127)

    Too Short (Episode 127)

    Too Short sat down with VladTV to speak on his legendary career, including being the first West Coast rapper in 1980 and being inspired by Melle Mel to write stories about Oakland. Things started skyrocketing for the West Coast pioneer after a rumor started that he was shot in a crack house, and he went on to work with the likes of JAY-Z, Biggie, and 2Pac. Hear more above.

    • 1h 27 min
    Lord Jamar (Episode 126)

    Lord Jamar (Episode 126)

    Another news cycle, another Lord Jamar interview. Here, Jamar and Vlad speak about Jamar's "Book Phone" challenge, the symbolism of Confederate flags, OJ Simpson's future, and more. In typical Jamar and Vlad fashion, the two laugh about OJ Simpson and Magic Johnson's love lives before transitioning to the recent Usher controversy. Watch above.

    • 1h 33 min
    Splinta (Episode 125)

    Splinta (Episode 125)

    UK rapper sits down with VladTV to discuss growing up in Nottingham before moving to London. He speaks on growing up listening to reggae and dancehall and how that influenced him as a musician before he was introduced to Grime artists like Dizzie Rascal. He speaks on idolizing Dizzie and then Eminem once he discovered American rap. Splinta also discloses his brief stint as a battle rapper in the UK, what makes the UK sound different, and racism in the region as he is biracial.

    • 24 min
    Dae Dae (Episode 124)

    Dae Dae (Episode 124)

    Atlanta rapper Dae Dae sits down with DJ Vlad to speak about growing up in the 4th Ward and his father building him a studio when he was 16 years old. Unfortunately, when his dad and brother were arrested the police raided his studio and seized all of his equipment. Dae Dae says he worked at UPS and then doing construction to help pay for his rap career. He then speaks about having five children, having his first child at 14, and still being in a relationship with the mother of his children.
    Dae Dae details hooking up with Nitti Beatz and explains the grind that led to the success of "Wat U Mean" and eventually signing to 300 and touring with Young Thug. To find out what Dae did with his first big check, why he embraces the "money phone," face tattoos, and what he plans to continue to keep his career thriving.

    • 41 min

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