The New Old Heads podcast is a weekly two hour-long discussion live on Twitch with BDTB’s own Lonegevity and DJ Jay Diff, with producer Maja 7th, and former radio personality and event emcee/host J. Moore. They talk about hip hop news with cultural and social-related commentary, as well as brand new hip hop music. The show is streamed live on Twitch every Tuesday from 9-11PM EST (at twitch.tv/newoldheads), and if you miss the live experience, new episodes are officially released every Thursday at 12:00 Noon EST via https://newoldheads.com!
NOH 232 | “The curse turned to grace when the hurt turned to faith.”
The New Old Heads podcast episode 232 had talks on Funkmaster Flex saying that DMX's music industry friends should have helped him more, if Nipsey Hussle's "Marathon Continues" is no longer a thing, and YG's 2014 song being censored by YouTube for...
NOH 231 | "Call me by your name."
The New Old Heads episode 231 had talks on Lil Nas X's controversial video of him dancing on the devil, Melle Mell's comments on what it takes to be great in hip hop, and Tupac's legacy.
NOH 230 | Talk about the music you love and ignore what you don't.
The New Old Heads episode 230 talked about Lil Mama wanting to be the "voice" for heterosexuals, Melle Mel saying that hip hop itself is cultural appropriation, and Joey Bada$$ saying that social distancing is inhumane.
NOH 229 | "Green Newport boxes can make a finger talk."
The New Old Heads podcast episode 229 talked about the 2021 Grammys, including them not spelling DOOM's name in all caps, as well as Skyzoo's legacy.
NOH 228 | "I'm a business, man."
The New Old Heads episode 228 talked about Nas saying nobody gets out of hip hop unscathed, Bruno Mars addressing allegations of him being a cultural appropriator, and Akademics saying Jay-Z uses "black-owned" as a bait and switch tactic.
NOH 227 | Don't buy mixtape slots.
The New Old Heads podcast episode 227 talked on Live Nation's CEO saying that festivals will probably be back mid summer, Yo! MTV Raps and The Source Awards potentially coming back in the near future, and The Game/Fat Joe and other rappers scamming...
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Great conversation on all things hip hop and beyond
Always a fun listen, everyone on the show is super knowledgeable and willing to differ on opinion which is what makes a great podcast. Very good charisma and a very smooth, stream of consciousness style conversations.
Solid Hip Hop podcast. Good chemistry between contributors.
These guys are great. Always a great conversation.