Beastie Boys legends Ad-Rock and Mike D are today’s guests on Stretch and Bobbito’s NPR podcast What’s Good, and if you’re a Beastie Boys lifer like me, it’s a must listen. They talk about their early days coming up in the New York punk scene, the golden era of Def Jam Records, mourning MCA, and their new Beastie Boys book. Listen and read excerpts form the interview HERE.
During the “Impression Session” of the podcast, Bobbito plays this 2017 Tanika Charles record “Soul Run”—pretty dope…
Bam Bam pays a visit to Hot 97 and Power 105…
Roc chops it up with YN and B. Dot. Great interview.
Thank you Combat Jack for everything you did for the culture, and for me personally. We’re all going to miss you. RIP.
This is my favorite new pod—Brandon Wardell cracks me up. Listen HERE or HERE.
Thoroughly enjoyed this interview with hip-hop mogul Steve Stoute. Lots of great stories about working with Nas and Jay-Z, and overall, I just really like his perspective on music and business and life in general. Check out Part 1 above, and Part 2 below. Shouts to Tidal!
One of the most exciting things happening in pop culture this month is the return of Curb Your Enthusiasm (the first two episodes are awesome). And with its return has come some great promo content.
For starters, check out Origins, an oral history-style podcast that explores Curb‘s beginnings, featuring interviews with Larry and the whole cast.
Also, peep Complex’s The 25 Best Curb Your Enthusiasm Episodes list.
And below, I’m a little late but watch clips from LD’s recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel…