I wish Godfrey would stop talking guest about his BS experiences…. no one cares about u boxing or whatever… save that for YOUR podcast….. Jamar was cuttin off Freeway to with dumb ish every now and then but it was a pretty good show…
Yanadameen Godcast episode 166: From kingpin to inmate to a fresh start, Freeway Rick Ross enters the cipher.
Yanadameen Godcast episode 164: He dominated the landscape while still in high school with hits like “I’m The Magnificent”, “The Mission”, and “I Got It Made”. Today he chops it up with the Yanadameen Godcast. Special Ed has entered the cipher.
I rereleased episode 02 without the commentary… just music!
J-Zone – 5 Years Later The Allies – Where Can I go Sean Price – Shake Down Muggs & GZA – General Principles L.E.G.A.C.Y. – Cold As The Butcher Celph Titled – Revaporate (Remix) Common – Bitch In You (Original Mix) Death Row – Smokin Blunts & Drinkin Tanqueray Ol Dirty Bastard – Snakes Jedi Mind Tricks – ??? Camu Tao as Blair Cosby – Fuckin Bitch Ass Niggas Nas – War Rapper Big Pooh – Between The Lines Wordsworth – Wild Life
Some great business jewels dropped here… makes me wanna start a toy line for collectors….
This week on the podcast we are joined by hip-hop artist and toy designer, Rocom. He and Blueprint sit down to talk about his journey from doing graphic design to designing his own toy line Rocom Toys that has seen massive support. He also breaks down the keys to launching several successful kickstarter campaigns where he far exceeded his goals. His story truly illustrates that anything is possible when you set your mind to it. Lots of jewels in this one folks!
A trip down memory lane… over 15 years ago I started this thing that ended up being the Lord Rakim Radio Show…. I had a hiphop site back then called the Main Ingredient and this was spun off of that.. I removed the commentary and just kept the music from this show Continue reading →
Yanadameen Godcast episode 161: OG Warren G enters the cipher and drops jewels: Witnessing NWA’s rise as a kid, growing up with Dr. Dre, the positive influence Suge Knight had on west coast hip hop, Nate Dogg’s contributions to the G-Funk era.