11 episodes

In this new podcast, legendary rapper MC Serch and veteran music journalist Kyle Eustice (HipHopDX, Thrasher, High Times Magazine) will share their experience, strength and hope while having thoughtful conversations with other addicts from across the music and entertainment landscape. Each week, guests will share their unique stories of addiction and recovery, from the lowest lows to the highest highs, and ultimately how they got clean. This is about recovery. It is about freeing yourself from the grips of addiction, no matter what the addiction is.

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    • 4.6 • 38 Ratings

In this new podcast, legendary rapper MC Serch and veteran music journalist Kyle Eustice (HipHopDX, Thrasher, High Times Magazine) will share their experience, strength and hope while having thoughtful conversations with other addicts from across the music and entertainment landscape. Each week, guests will share their unique stories of addiction and recovery, from the lowest lows to the highest highs, and ultimately how they got clean. This is about recovery. It is about freeing yourself from the grips of addiction, no matter what the addiction is.

    Joe Conzo

    Joe Conzo

    This we we talk to legendary photographer Joe Conzo. From his early life documenting the inception of Hip Hop in New York and The Bronx, to his heroic life as an EMT in NYC. Joe has 30 plus years of recovery and shares his powerful story with us.
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    • 52 min
    Eligh from Living Legends

    Eligh from Living Legends

    In this week’s episode, MC Serch and veteran music journalist Kyle Eustice catch up with MC/producer Eligh, a longtime member of the West Coast Hip-Hop collective Living Legends. One of the most successful independent rap groups of all time, Living Legends established themselves firmly within the ethos of Hip-Hop culture. But behind the scenes, Eligh had been griped by an opiate addiction and was struggling to stay afloat. Now over 16 years clean, his journey to recovery is nothing short of inspiring and a constant reminder a better way to live is right around the corner.
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Frank Gallagher

    Frank Gallagher

    In this week’s episode, MC Serch and veteran music journalist Kyle Eustice sit down with legendary sound engineer Frank X. Gallagher. In addition to working closely with The Talking Heads, the Scotland-born firecracker has toured with the B-52s, Simple Minds and many others. Needless to say, he’s experienced the “sex, drugs and rock-n-roll” lifestyle from backstage. Now 30 years sober, Gallagher is an example of perseverance and what can happen when the tools of recovery work their magic. Currently based in Arizona, Gallagher helms his popular podcast Soundman Confidential and continues to tell his colorful tales of addiction and recovery with comedic yet raw brilliance.
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    • 57 min
    A-Plus from Souls of Mischief

    A-Plus from Souls of Mischief

    In this week’s episode, MC Serch and veteran music journalist Kyle Eustice speak to Adam “A-Plus” Carter about his journey to sobriety. An integral member of Bay Area Hip Hop legends Hieroglyphics and Souls of Mischief, A-Plus was the production genius behind one of Hip Hop’s most iconic songs, “93 Til Infinity.” But beyond all of his success, A-Plus was drowning in alcohol. Now, with a fresh perspective on what recovery can give him, he’s sharing his story with the hopes it will inspire others to embark down a similar path to serenity.
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    • 32 min
    Slaine

    Slaine

    Slaine
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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Havoc from Mobb Deep

    Havoc from Mobb Deep

    In this week’s episode, MC Serch and Kyle Eustice sit down with legendary Queensbridge MC, Havoc. As one-half of Mobb Deep, Havoc released eight studio albums, including 1993’s Juvenile Hell and 1995’s platinum-selling classic, The Infamous. But behind the scenes, Havoc was locked in his own personal hell as alcoholism took over his life, ultimately causing problems with the late Prodigy and other people who were close to him. While his road to recovery has had plenty of bumps along the way, he’s committed to leaving his reckless lifestyle behind. Through the help of a 12-step program, Havoc is well on his way to a new chapter.
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    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

Jen W RN ,

Relatable

In learning identify not compare, this podcast is me stay relevant and connected with so many different types of creative people. I need resources to help the newcomer and this has helped me more. Coming from a solid AA background I need to remember the addiction I struggled with as well. Your program has brought me hope for the future generations to come and optimism that our guidelines for living remain intact. I love the mix of talents you bring to this podcast. As a middle-age white woman living in suburbia I can still relate to every single bit of this. Forever grateful for those putting a voice to our anonymity. +30 yrs ODAT!

MHD2021591 ,

Really Enjoyed This

This podcast really hit home for me and reminded me why I got clean myself. Really recommend this podcast to anyone looking for a relatable perspective on addiction and recovery.

Mrc2234587 ,

Came for the guests; stayed for the insights.

When I heard about the interviews with a slew of artists that I had no idea we’re in recovery, my attention was grabbed. When I didn’t expect and what I have found is that it’s almost like a series of speakers giving a lead on their experience, strength, and hope. It is truly inspirational and helps to show me how to live after leaving the dope and booze behind.

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