Don't Take It Personal is a well rounded and spirited show that touches on music, film, popular culture, and all-around entertainment. With unique--and often opposing-- points of view, Jay Wil, Hollywood Kas, and Nahm Dee are the trio behind this hilariously entertaining weekly podcast.
Episode 183: Head-Ass
On episode 183 of "Don't Take It Personal" the guys discuss if "Certified Lover Boy" is Drake's worst album, is Beyonce trying to make Chloe Bailey in her image, and a breakdown of Baby Keem's new album. They also talk about if Baby Keep is Kendrick Lamar's alter Ego, Ari Lennox's new song "Pressure" produced by Jermaine Dupri, and why legends and newer artists should work together more often, and much more.
Episode 182: Honesty Hour
What started out as a review of "Certified Lover Boy" by Drake, turns into an all out discussion on CLB vs. DONDA, the history of Drake and Kanye's beef, why Pusha T is a fraud, the annoyance of Justin Laboy, and much more.
Episode 181: Smoking On Top 5s
On episode 181 of "Don't Take It Personal" the guys discuss if Drake sabotaged Kanye's album release, they review "Donda", and debate if Kendrick Lamar is overhyped. They also talk about if SZA should leave TDE, if all men cheat, if cancel culture is real and much more.
Episode 180: Conflicted
On episode 180 of "Don't Take It Personal" the guys discuss how Silk Sonic (Anderson Peak + Bruno Mars) are ruining their rollout, why Lizzo is hurting her career, and their top 5 favorite sitcoms. They also talk about Kendrick Lamar leaving TDE and if they'll be able to function without him, and much more.
Episode 179: Heavy Is The Head
On episode 179 of "Don't Take It Personal" the guys discuss why Drake would lose a first week battle with Kanye West, why Tyler The Creator shouldn't feel slighted, and Kings Disease II by Nas. They also talk about Aaliyah's discography going to streaming, the future of movies being released, and much more.
Episode 178: The Banana Theory
On episode 178 of "Don't Take It Personal" the guys discuss why certain black films aren't respected, if Biggie and 2pac should be taken out of the Top 5 Greatest MCs, and Dipset vs. The Lox. They also talk about the pressure Drake puts on himself to be the best, which artists would've been perfect for Diddy's R&B label, and much more.
Entertaining and Honest
I just heard of DTIP and with my first listen, I’m hooked. Genuinely entertaining and honest feedback from the hosts. I felt like I was hanging out with people I’ve know my whole life in the first podcast. Keep it up guys!!!
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My favorite podcast
The only one of its kind