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Hip-hop discussion podcast from an MC, a writer, and a record collector featuring interviews with well-respected figures from rap's past and present. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.

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Hip-hop discussion podcast from an MC, a writer, and a record collector featuring interviews with well-respected figures from rap's past and present. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.

    Episode 119- Beat Brought Back with guest Nate Patrin

    Episode 119- Beat Brought Back with guest Nate Patrin

    This week the guys interview author Nate Patrin whose new book Bring That Beat Back is an in-depth look at the history of sampling in hip-hop music and includes examinations of Grandmaster Flash, Dr. Dre, Prince Paul and Madlib. Next up we discuss whether a few southern MCs are over or under rated: Devin the Dude, Trick Daddy and Ludacris, who is back in the public conversation due to his recent IG Live battle with Nelly. We also review lojii's recent album Lo & Behold and rate it on our patented yah/meh/nah scale. Beats for this week's show were provided by Jeremy Ford from his recent project Fresh Beets, Vol. 1. You can find more of his work here: jeremyford.bandcamp.com/
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    • 1 u. 30 min.
    Episode 118 with guests DJ Preservation and Eto

    Episode 118 with guests DJ Preservation and Eto

    For our 118th episode we are debuting a new segment, our first time tackling an actual album review. Demone, Dave and Nate all listened to Mozzy's new album Beyond Bulletproof and rate it on a highly scientific yah/meh/nah scale. Next up we have an interview with DJ Preservation who has a record called Eastern Medicine, Western Illness dropping in a few weeks with many of today's best working MCs and a sample palette built from digging in his adopted home of Hong Kong. We conclude with an interview with Eto, an MC who has a unique voice, a lethal pen, and a grimy aesthetic who has worked with DJ Muggs (on the modern classic Hell's Roof) and collaborated with legendary MCs across eras. He has a new album called The Beauty Of It out on May 15th!
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    • 1 u. 3 min.
    Episode 117- Reviewing Paris with guest Animoss

    Episode 117- Reviewing Paris with guest Animoss

    This week's show is a bit of a grab bag, with three distinct segments. First up our buddy, writer/DJ/producer Son Raw joins us at the virtual table for a discussion on the career of MC/producer/label head/activist Paris, a sometimes forgotten figure who played a big role in several strands of rap's history, particularly in our native Bay Area. Next up we have an interview with producer Animoss, an LA native who has produced for Roc Marciano, Chuck Strangers and more, but most notably for Ka. They released a duo album as The Hermit & The Recluse a while back and he has a placement on Ka's excellent new album Descendants of Cain. After that we have a discussion on Mobb Deep's classic sophomore album The Infamous. Beats this week were provided by Darko the Super and we appreciate his contributions. DBRP is part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Please subscribe, follow, and rate or review the show on your streaming platform of your choice! Hope you're all staying safe and staying inside.

    • 1 u. 31 min.
    Episode 116- The Takeoff with guests Call Out Culture

    Episode 116- The Takeoff with guests Call Out Culture

    This week we have a special crossover episode with our buddies Alaska, Zilla Rocca and Curly Castro, MCs and hosts of the podcast Call Out Culture. All 6 of us submitted a hip-hop related "hot take" and then everyone had a chance to respond. We call it The Takeoff. It's intended to be a bit punchier than our usual winding discussions. Please click to listen to the rap nerd royal rumble and send us your feedback on the following hot takes:

    There are only 2 perfect hip-hop albums, Main Source Breaking Atoms and A Tribe Called Quest Midnight Marauders

    Born Like This is DOOM's Best Album

    Redman ruined Method Man

    Nasir is Nas's 2nd best album

    Jay Electronica is overrated and the new album is mid

    We all wasted our time listening to back pack rap, the music that has stood up form that era is the music we were all ostensibly against.


    Beats for this week's show were submitted by Zilla Rocca from his Bandcamp-exclusive recently-released beat tape. Make sure to tune into Part 2 on Call Out Culture's feed for a deeper discussion!
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    • 46 min.
    Episode 115- Living Happy with guest Quelle Chris

    Episode 115- Living Happy with guest Quelle Chris

    This week our hosts are joined by UK-based journalist Thomas Hobbs for a conversation about 2pac based on his recent "listeners guide" article in the Guardian and then they interview rapper/producer/animator Quelle Chris who has a new album this week called Innocent Country 2 with Chris Keys. Beats for this week's show were submitted by our friend EddouXL, check out his new tape Loops From the MP on Bandcamp!
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    • 1 u. 30 min.
    Episode 114- Reference Depth with guests Shrapknel

    Episode 114- Reference Depth with guests Shrapknel

    This week we have a lively show, up top our 3 co-hosts discuss hip-hop's best "comeback" albums, a term with a surprisingly wide range of interpretations. Then we have a great interview with Curly Castro and Prem Rock, who are best known as a duo as Shrapknel. They have a very good new self titled album out on Backwoodz Studios produced by Elucid and Willie Green. Beats on this week's show are provided by Buscrates taken from his new release Eternal RIdin' (Instrumentals.) The third segment is an audio essay form Demone on the impact of Q-Tip and Tribe's first album People's Instinctive Travels. Visit our sponsor Adam & Eve for 50% off almost any item AND receive FREE shipping. Just go to adamandeve.com and type DADBOD at checkout.
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    • 1 u. 19 min.

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