Godfrey on the Godcast to talk Trump, Dame Dash vs Lee Daniels, Nicki Minaj’s ego [Full Show] – YouTube

Yanadameen Godcast episode #027

By popular demand, Lord Jamar and Rah Digga have made it happen and brought the comedian Godfrey to the Yanadameen Godcast to give his perspective on various things that are currently making the news.
The discussion covers firstly Godfrey’s background (2:19) and path into comedy (5:35) before Rah Digga puts some talking points on the table for debate (31:30)
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Philly’s Finest: RJ Payne + Mad Squablz spit FREESTYLE FLAMES

Yanadameen Godcast episode #026

In an era when it seems that so-called “mumble” rap is thriving and lyricism is on the critically endangered list, Lord Jamar and Rah Digga welcome to the Yanadameen Godcast two of Philly’s finest spitters in RJ Payne and Mad Squablz.
Find out how both artists got into hiphop and honed their skills, then turn the volume all the way up as they drop absolute fire on solo freestyles before closing out with an unrehearsed back-to-back which will have you reaching for the fire extinguisher! Continue reading

XXXTentacion & Jimmy Wopo tragedies ¦ US Govt detention centers ¦ NEW MUSIC reviews!

Yanadameen Godcast episode #025

The rap music family has been hit with a double tragedy as, once again, two young artists, XXXTentacion and Jimmy Wopo, have had their life taken away far too soon (7:39). As the details emerge and it appears to be a robbery motive behind the killing of XXX, Lord Jamar questions why there is a tendency amongst young Black entertainers to move around with bags full of money (11:15)? Continue reading

Impact & Legacy: Salute to best FEMALE MCs and GROUPS ¦ The BEST of this era [Full Show] – YouTube

Yanadameen Godcast episode #024

Lord Jamar and Rah Digga continue the “Hiphop Conversations” series with another spirited debate on the legacy Lil’ Kim left in the game (0:42) before Lord Jamar names his top female MCs (8:57). Acknowledgement is given to the groups that shaped hiphop (26:54), the most impactful men of hiphop (50:31), as well as showing some love to acts from other regions besides New York (53:48). Continue reading