327 episodes

Created by underground hip-hop artist Blueprint, Super Duty Tough Work is the most infamous podcast on planet earth, focusing on hip-hop culture, personal-development, and humor. The results are comical, educational, and inspiring. No shuckin', no jivin', and no bulls#@t.

Super Duty Tough Work Podcast Blueprint

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    • 4.9 • 301 Ratings

Created by underground hip-hop artist Blueprint, Super Duty Tough Work is the most infamous podcast on planet earth, focusing on hip-hop culture, personal-development, and humor. The results are comical, educational, and inspiring. No shuckin', no jivin', and no bulls#@t.

    328: Knowing When to Call it Quits

    328: Knowing When to Call it Quits

    Everybody can talk about success, but not many can talk about dealing with failure. This week Blueprint discusses the events that led him to shut down his trucking company to focus on music again and how he's been dealing with the feeling of failure associated with not achieving his end goal.
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    • 1 hr 14 min
    327: Album Reviews

    327: Album Reviews

    The long-awaited return of album reviews by the Super Duty Tough Work crew. In this episode, they review recent albums from Dibiase & Raz Fresco, Planet Asia & Midaz the Beast, Blockhead, and Larry June & The Alchemist.
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    • 52 min
    326: Little Brother Documentary Review

    326: Little Brother Documentary Review

    Over the last couple of months, Hip-hop fans have been talking about how the brand new documentary about hip-hop group Little Brother, "May the Lord Watch." The documentary tells the story of Little Brother and goes deep into what broke the group up and what brought them back together. In this episode, Blueprint and Illogic review the film and break down six big lessons that every artist should take away from it.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    325: Are You Creating Enough?

    325: Are You Creating Enough?

    A recent story surfaced about a Japanese ambient musician who spent two years creating and uploading one album a day for two years straight. In this episode, Blueprint and Illogic dive into why his approach worked and break down four lessons that any artist can apply.
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    • 46 min
    324: New Year New Beginnings

    324: New Year New Beginnings

    With the new year comes time to reflect on the previous year and make plans for the next. In this episode, Blueprint and Illogic break down what they did wrong in 2023 and how they plan on fixing it in 2024.
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    • 37 min
    323: Was KRS-One Right to Boycott the Grammys?

    323: Was KRS-One Right to Boycott the Grammys?

    Although many people were happy to see the Grammys pay tribute to hip-hop turn 50 years old, not all artists were on the same page. Most notably, hip-hop pioneer and icon KRS-ONE was very public about why I turned down his invitation to participate in the tribute, sparking debates in hip-hop circles worldwide. In this episode, Blueprint and Illogic debate whether or not KRS-ONE made the right decision to boycott the event.
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    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
301 Ratings

301 Ratings

Ben Buggaha ,

This podcast is great and dope

Very unique topics from the underground / independent artists. A breath of fresh air.

36sneezes ,

Great advice and entertainment from 2 friends

I never would of thought that when I was listening to Soul Position and Unforeseen Shadows back in college, that I would one day find a podcast where these dudes were dropping gems that’s relatable to anyone and helped me organize my career. I have paraphrased points that Print has made to organize myself on drawn out conference calls. There is so much excellent relatable content for anyone. I particularly liked the “Greener Grass Syndrome” episode which helped me decide whether to quit my job and what to consider. Also: “How Jadakiss destroyed Dipset”episode, which is the first episode I heard and got me organized to fight in the boardroom. Recently they motivated me to do a 90 day challenge that helped me make a change in employers, develop my fitness again and study Spanish on DuoLingo every day. Not normally this long winded… but this podcast is worth your time and energy!

tylerstevenbarton ,

Tips for music producers pt 2

THANK YOU. The nitty gritty on best practices with DAWs… I’ve been looking for this stuff to be explained plainly and directly for years

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