The undisputed #1 HipHop podcast, the Combat Jack Show features interviews with HipHop icons & the most in-depth conversations about music, news, culture & race. Listen to Russell Simmons, Chuck D, Damon Dash, Rza, Scarface, D-Nice and more share personal stories and talk exclusively about their journeys, philosophies and viewpoints.
Mogul Season 2 Preview
Mogul is a show about hip hop’s most iconic moments, told by the people who lived them. Season 2 dives into the birth of southern hip hop. It all started in Miami with the 2 Live Crew, a group that took hip hop and made it faster, harder, and nastier than anything anyone had heard before. But in 1990 their music was declared legally obscene, and what followed is known today as the most controversial trial in the history of hip hop. This group, this city and this trial changed the course of music history as we know it. Mogul Season 2 features exclusive interviews with Miami legends like Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, Trina, Luke Campbell, Brother Marquis, Mr. Mixx, Walshy Fire, and more.
Mogul: The Life and Times of Reggie Ossé
This episode of Mogul is a tribute to the life and career of Reggie Ossé, who hosted the first season of Mogul. A couple of months after completing the show Reggie was diagnosed with colon cancer and he passed away in December of 2017. We’re going to tell you Reggie’s story — His early days growing up a hip-hop head in Brooklyn, his time as a lawyer representing legendary artists like Jay-Z and Dame Dash, and his reinvention as Combat Jack, hip hop’s flagship podcaster.
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The Coodie and Chike Episode
Internets! This latest episode of Talkitecture features the next vanguard and cultural visionaries. Coodie and Chike are a filmmaking team who have been quietly defining how we see our HipHop heroes for more than a decade.
Their work with KanYe West inspired my efforts in film and video development. I hope this discussion inspires you to find your own path to reshaping the narrative. For the culture is just a cliche with 99% of the people who speak it but not these brothers. We are talking and we talking...
The Jack Thriller Episode
Internets! What’s wilder than a one-eyed Jack? This episode of Talkitecture features HipHop’s big joker Jack Thriller.
What does it take to become a star in the new media landscape? Hard work and a hardcore belief in your talents. Don’t sleep on this creep. Get Jacked!
The "Meet The Talkitects" Episode
Internets! Who is this collection of fuckybergs we call the Talkitects? You already know A-King and Dallas Penn from the Combat Jack Show. But who is this a*****e Haitian Miguel? Who are these meatsticks Barkayeezus and G-Y? Why won’t Joy da Great let us slide up in her DMs? Whoa!
Take a moment to find out about the characters who populate this podcast and ask yourself why is Brother Bhris always so damn creepy. Meet the Talkitects
The "Bad Meaning Good" Episode feat. Zahira Kelly AKA Bad Dominicana
Don't get too close, internets because you might get shot. On this episode of Talkitecture, we feature Bad Dominicana, A latinx activist who is definitely not lacking in looks or smarts.
If you want to avoid getting your steez #metoo'd you better listen closely so you learn how to talk nice. Talk nice my internets, talk nice.
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RIP TO THE REAL ONE 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
Gone Too damned soon
I first heard Combat Jack as a guest on the Beige Phillip Show podcast, and started listening this podcast right after.
Even when he interviewed stars I didnt care for or didn't even know, it made for great listening.
May his next life be as dynamic as this one! He’ll be forever missed!
This podcast is good for you
I've been listening to this show every week for over 3 years, which is more than I can say for any other podcast. I came for the in-depth and enthusiastic chronicling of hip-hop's history but I'm staying for the interviews with the new generation of artists, activists, scholars and storytellers.
While this show is always good, it's at its most engrossing when the guest is a rapper who came up in the 80s or 90s. Combat Jack was there, remembers it all and spent his early career adjacent to some of the guests so not only does he take the interview to places most people never could but his own perspective also tends to be relevant and insightful.