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Dope women taking hip-hop conversation in a new direction. Join Christina Lee and Dr. Regina N. Bradley for a passionate exploration of Southern hip-hop culture. Christina is an Atlanta-based music journalist. Regina is a Georgia-bred writer and researcher of African-American life. Each week they’ll discuss all the ways the music makes its mark -  from culture to politics. These true fans appreciate the knock of a good 808 and break down its significance. This is Bottom of the Map from WABE and PRX.

Bottom of the Map WABE

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    • 4.2, 453 Ratings

Dope women taking hip-hop conversation in a new direction. Join Christina Lee and Dr. Regina N. Bradley for a passionate exploration of Southern hip-hop culture. Christina is an Atlanta-based music journalist. Regina is a Georgia-bred writer and researcher of African-American life. Each week they’ll discuss all the ways the music makes its mark -  from culture to politics. These true fans appreciate the knock of a good 808 and break down its significance. This is Bottom of the Map from WABE and PRX.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
453 Ratings

453 Ratings

Chubbs mom ,

Required listening as a fan of hip hop

So, I’ve been a fan of this podcast since episode 1. I’ve recommended it to friends, strangers and family members. I thought I knew hip hop (and I do) but these ladies, particularly Dr. Bradley, are blowing me away! The amount of research they put into each topic and the entirely new angles from which they approach the subjects make even the most explored idea feel new. Personally, after listening to Study Hall, I feel like I now need to go back to the beginning and really take this podcast in as a student and not just a passive listener. If you love knowledge, learning opportunities, and/or the study of hip hop, this episode will stir something in your soul. Highly recommended. Thank you 🙏🏾

THEHANSTERR ,

Ok now ladies!

I LOVE this podcast!! Two incredibly intelligent women of color talking about hip hop culture. I swear they were born to do this. The knowledge that they share is so widespread, you’re not just learning about music, you’re definitely learning real culture too.

Reri123454321 ,

Culture rich and real

I love the authenticity of the Dr and the journalist. They both have first hand and very different experiences. The take a intellectual and curious look at our shared past: hip hop and all it impacts! From HBCUs to strip clubs and so much more. I can’t wait to hear what they talk about next.

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