At Sunday Oldskool, we listen for spiritual lessons and applications within mainstream and conscious hip hop. What it is, where's the beef, and what's really good.
Sunday Oldskool Episode 92: Hiatus
Sunday Oldskool is hitting the pause button.
Sunday Oldskool Episode 91: Hip Hop’s Visual Side with Photographer Ray Neutron
The one and only photographer Ray Neutron joins the show to discuss his work
Sunday Oldskool Episode 90: Hood Songs with Kevin Garcia
Kevin Garcia joined the show to compare notes on ministry in the hood and songs about the hood, specifically Freddie Gibbs' "Forever and a Day" and Smoke DZA's "Morals".
Sunday Oldskool Episode 89: Action Bronson
Action Bronson gets a breakdown from a Christian perspective on this week's show as Sam and Cray look at the offensive rapper's self described insecurities.
Sunday Oldskool Episode 88: Reminiscing
After checking back in with the state of justice in Ferguson, Sam and Cray listen to “T.R.O.Y.” by Pete Rock and CL Smooth. The classic track helps them reminisce about their own past, and frames a positive synthesis of the past toward future hopes that should be familiar to Christians who take seriously God’s promise of generational love. Read the full article...
Sunday Oldskool Episode 87: Alyosha, Voltaire, and Hip Hop with Joshua Powell
Joshua Powell and the Great Train Robbery’s album, Alyosha, is a current CAPC Members Only offering and the man himself joined Cray to discuss his music. He also dropped fascinating thoughts on how his faith and literary leanings shape his understanding of hip hop music and Kanye West. Members can download Joshua Powell’s album, Alyosha and you can keep up with Joshua’s work on Facebook. Read the full article...
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Parental Advisory: excellent, sharp podcast that may hurt it’s so good.
Courageous and Competent
The hosts are appreciative of hip hop culture yet don’t worship it. They are also critical but not condemning and self-righteous. Most importantly, they are knowledgable without being know it alls. Because of this balance, I am a big fan of the podcast and their courage to tackle a cultural no-fly zone. I highly recommend it!
Knowledgeable and insightful
Cray and Sam carefully maintain the balance between fandom and objective Christian response to a spectrum of hip hop recordings. This is the sort of Christian podcast that help propel the spiritual conversation into new pop culture circles.