Iconoclash is a podcast hosted by Keezie and Ends, two rapping dads with shared interests in movies, gaming, and music. Their weekly show is broadcast LIVE on YouTube, where viewers are welcome to participate in the discussion. The hosts discuss events from the previous week, including personal life issues, as well as the games they've been playing, and new music they've discovered.
Weekly segments such as Throwback Spotlight and Raise the Bars allow for some fun audience participation, and guarantees the hosts will clash each episode.
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Episode #99 – A Smile and a Handshake
This episode we start by catching up since it’s been so long, and Ends shares with us his experience having the coronavirus. He then shares with us that he’s working on a new album, and then we spend some time chatting about the election. Keezie then shares how he got his PS5, we chat about games for a min, and Ends talks about this cool new book called 30 Pages of Rhymes, about the infamous Canibus vs Dizaster battle. We wrap up the first half by discussing the latest goings on with The Jokerr, and how Keez is now once again a fan.
We return from break and give out our top awards for 2020. Categories include best movie, album, TV show, video game, verse, and comedy special. We then raise the f****n bars, and quickly wrap things up with our thoughts on The 5th Element from 1997. We’re going to watch True Romance for the next throwback spotlight.
Stay tuned for a special episode 100!
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Episode #98 – How Do You Like Them Apples?
We start this episode by catching up for a minute, discussing the state of the union and our shared disdain for our President. We move on to discuss the new Joyner Lucas/Ashanti song Fall Slowly and also share our thoughts on WAP.
We spend a good chunk of time chatting about Cal Scruby’s new album, While You Were Sleeping, before Keezie introduces Ends to the world of K-Pop. Keezie’s daughters have become huge K-Pop fans over the last few months, leading him to be engrossed in the world as well. He explains the phenomenon of BTS and Dynamite, and plays Ends a song called Easy by the Stray Kids which gets a monster bash all around, and also leads to a neat discussion about pop music in general.
Moving on to games, we discuss Control, hype up Marvel’s: The Avengers, and Ends tells us about the new Last of Us 2 update. We discuss graphics cards and pc gaming for a bit, and Keezie shares his thoughts on Dreams for PS4. We then wrap up the first half by paying a little respect to Chadwick Boseman.
We take a break and return to discuss Super Mario 3D All-Stars, we Raise the Bars (someone gets a 10!), and discuss our throwback spotlight movie of the week, Good Will Hunting.
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Episode #97 – Couldn’t Get It In – ft. Scott
This episode we are finally joined by long time friend of the show, Scott! We begin the episode by catching up, discussing the coronavirus and Kanye a bit before diving into our main topic – The Last of Us 2. We spoil the f**k out of this game, so if you haven’t completed it yet, skip to the 58 minute mark. Also be sure to check out Keezie’s chat with Chris about TLOU2 if you’re like us and you just can’t get enough of Ellie, Abby, Joel, Keezie or Chris.
We take a break and return to raise the motha f****n bawrs. Scott brought some bars of his own, so we have a grand ole time and hand out some extremely high scores this week, including a couple of 10’s! Scott takes off before we dive into our throwback spotlight movie Detroit (2017), and Ends reveals his next movie choice, Good Will Hunting.
That’s it! Enjoy, see you next time, like and subscribe on all the shit, and hit us up with any questions or comments about the show!
Episode #96 – A Casualty of War – ft. King Dice
This episode we are joined by King Dice! He is a rapper/producer/mentor and we brought him in to help us navigate the treacherous waters of today’s climate, regarding the protests, cops, and #BLM. We spend a good chunk of the show discussing these issues, and Dice offers us his perspective as a black man in America.
After we chop it up for a while regarding these serious issues, we lighten things up as Dice sticks around to help us raise the bars, and participates in our throwback spotlight discussion of The Life of David Gale. He suggests that we should watch Detroit (2017) for our next movie, to gain some perspective about police brutality.
Make sure you check out King Dice’s music videos, which can be found on his site KingDiceSays.com, and also peep his site JooseBoxx.com for more dopeness! and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and hit the bell to get notified when we go live!
Episode #95 – A Weird time
This episode starts with some catching up, Keezie tells Ends about his new hobby – playing ukulele, Ends tells us all about Tekashi 69’s new video, and we dive into some video game talk. We discuss our thoughts on the PS5, PUBG, and Assassin’s Creed, and Keez talks a little about LEGO Harry Potter.
Keeping things tight, we dive right into Raise the Bars. For some reason Ends’ audio does have a weird echo effect (again) which persists throughout RTB and Throwback, so sorry about that.
We move on to discuss The Wedding Singer for our throwback spotlight, which was a real treat! Keezie recommends The Life of David Gale for the next episode. We then wrap things up with a quick chat about VR gaming.
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Episode #94 – Coronaclash
Welcome back! This episode we are back with a new setup and doing the pod remotely. We begin by catching up and discussing the pandemic for a bit, before moving on to review all the games, music, movies and shows we’ve been watching. We get the inside scoop on Ends’ new EP titled XXIII, available now on all streaming platforms. We discuss Tiger King, Dave, Keezie talks about his newfound affinity for The Office, and we have a fun chat about Days Gone before taking a break.
We return from break with our audio issue fixed, and Ends then tells us all about RE3, Her Story, and Telling Lies. We talk about the Stanley Parable and a bunch of other games I won’t bore you with, and we check out the Travis Scott Fortnite concert before raising the bars.
We wrap things up by shining our throwback spotlight on a movie for the first time ever this week. Keezie chose (the appropriately timed) 28 Days Later (2002) this episode, and Ends chooses The Wedding Singer (1998) for our next one.
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Great podcast. High quality, top notch goodness. The two hosts have a great chemistry and have a great back and forth banter that makes this podcast a blast to listen to.