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.
Godcast Episode 164: Rick Ross – YouTube
Big Daddy Kane does impressions and is a funny dude!!
Yanadameen Godcast episode 162: Rap royalty. Father of of lyrical word play. Living legend Big Daddy Kane joins the cipher.
Godcast Episode 162: Big Daddy Kane – YouTube
Great show and I’m glad he broke down the contract a lil bit for those who didn’t wanna read it and just talk shit…
Godcast Episode #137: The crew welcomes Ice Cube to the chat.
Some great jewels dropped here….
In this segment of the Yanadameen Godcast, Lord Jamar and Rah Digga are joined by Born Mastermind Allah, of Allah’s Five Percent Nation of Gods and Earths. Born Mastermind Allah speaks on nation building, and the steps that are needed for original people to form their own tribal government here in North America. Continue reading
This was a great show.. big ups to Grandmixer DXT for dropping many jewels of where hip-hop came from and what it is now..
Yanadameen Godcast season 2, episode #023
In this this week’s episode of the Yanadameen Godcast, Lord Jamar and Rah Digga are joined by two special guests. First up, Grandmixer DXT talks early Hip-Hop, the Roxy, and why certain DJ’s went unsung. Then, Lady Luck talks growing up Sugarhill, early mistakes made, and battling depression. Lady Luck also performs LIVE! Continue reading
Great interview with the Chocolate Boy Wonder!
Yanadameen Godcast season 2, episode #020
In this episode of the Godcast, Lord Jamar and Rah Digga discuss backlash Disney is receiving for casting Halle Bailey as The Little Mermaid. They also debate on whether or not people should walk up to celebrities with camera phones. Plus, legendary producer Pete Rock joins to talks about his relationship with Jay Dilla, producing some on Hip-Hop’s classic tracks, and much more. Continue reading