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Discussion in 'Music' started by romedadude, Dec 26, 2013.
Lmao I don’t know her. And she’s not ugly. Rory and Parks give the podcast some sense.
It ain’t an off day, it’s everyday he’s on there telling jokes that no one laughs at.
I’ve said before that I respect that Rory has gone back and did his homework but I don’t need him telling me what it was like when he wasn’t there for it.
Ice should have replaced Rory, podcast was better then. Had a better flow.
Joe and Mal been trash lately. They’re all protecting relationships. Podcast is so different now compared to the Marissa days. Never thought the day would come that Parks Gasol would be my favorite on the show. I rarely listen now, it ain’t good to me now. I don’t think you’re gonna find a bigger Joe fan than me. I don’t watch the podcast or state of the culture anymore. That ain’t Joe.
I never want to see Yo Gotti in the same room as Jay, I get that he’s signed to Roc but it just doesn’t fit to me. I remember Gotti from 01, he’ll always look out of place.
Casanova one of the worst rappers of all time. I don’t want to ever see him again
u got the hook up on the podcast tickets or nah
pod aint the same
joe do be seeming to tip toe around stuff
more than he used to
The two white guys huh
and LOL @ the Rory slander, i'm here for it, maybe its because of that. Like someone mentioned, yeah its cool maybe that he went back and listened to some of our music but he be acting like his Irish folks was i da crib during the 90s listening Jodeci FOH
Parks Shhhhts on white people so much its almost cringe worthy, like he's trying too hard. We get it bro you don't agree with racists and whatnot but you don't have to go so hard against ya own peoples fam
The pod is more PC but that comes with success. Joe is getting more money than he ever got as an artist and more love. He’s bound to evolve and express less hostility.
I’m an OG Budden fan but I’m happy to see him happy. Yeah he isn’t as direct anymore but he finally has something big to lose out on now. The last thing we need is for Joe to be another example of when keeping it real goes wrong (Tax).
Joe kept it 100% real his whole rap career and was the unhappiest ***** ever. I’m cool with him keeping it 80% and getting his due.
Crazy isn’t it.
I like the pod as it is now, I liked it way less when marissa was on. Rory’s bad joke are a running joke now, it has its place. No thank you to Ice being a regular.
Yeah I'm cool on Ice.
Magic really a sick n****, man.
Fam. Look at who you’re even addressing this question to.
It’s like asking water why it’s wet. Baller just a hatin’ *** n**** by nature. I imagine his real life persona is akin to the Chapelle show skit where Rick James was hating on Charlie Murphy’s couch but instead of platform women’s shoes he’s wearing some dirty timbs.
Yeah I get their podcast is huge so they gotta switch it up. It’s dope to see where he is today compared to where he was during MM2 and MM3. I don’t enjoy it anymore, I feel like the switch started a little bit before the podcast deal was announced
Hey man all my points valid, go rehearse some Lloyd Banks sucka
Parks and Rory do bring some normalcy to the show.
Mal has gotten cornier. And now he's even more guarded, because he's concerned about peoples opinion of him. And what he does reveal is corny. Dude acted like watching porn with your chick is something strange and outlandish.
The show overall is still cool, but they're trying to protect relationships and they have favorites. So they end up coddling some big names they could go after and have funnier material.
Everyday struggle was the catalyst for all this. As soon as he left complex and started realizing how many companies were interested in doing business with him, Joe toned it down a bit. Some might call it growth, since the n**** is 40 years old and you can’t expect the shtick of having temper tantrums over teenage/young people music to last forever. Others might call it PC or say they’ve fallen off. Either way, it’s definitely different.
That seems to be the trend when a pod gets too hot and the creators venture off into other lanes while still juggling the podcast. Bodega boys is the biggest example of this for me. It’s as though their talents got divided up too much between their tv shows/live gigs and the podcast. That easily used to be my favorite podcast. Couldn’t tell you the last episode I listened to in full.
Tbi been the most consistent in terms of content and delivery, but they’ve never been championed as the premier podcast cats should check out. There’s something to be said for staying in your lane and running your own race.
edit: shut up n**** @Hahahaha
Man that Bodega Boys fall off is wild.
Their show literally was my favorite thing about Fridays for a long time.
I’m happy to see them get their bag but Vice definitely stifled their creativity. I listen to their episodes maybe once a month if that now.
I would agree that ES kinda spawned the PC era or Joe but he also started having to see more dudes as a media personality. I think he realized he wasn’t the only person who was passionate about the culture and that he wasn’t doing himself any favors by continuously pissing off his industry peers.
TBI have done a great job of staying in their lane. I like them a lot more now than I did in years previous when the “Alt-Right Andy” thing seemed like a real possibility. I do hate that Schultz pretends to not be a hip hop guy when shading Rory but he clearly does as much research into our community as Rory has done and he speaks on it very regularly.
“Live from Red Bull studios, New York”
followed by the beat drop...
I knew the next hour of my life was gonna be lit.
But nah. I gotta give Rory the edge in that one. Schulzy will have a surface level understanding of what’s hot in the moment (eg Drake v Meek, Drake v Push, R Kelly, etc), but he doesn’t come off as someone who selves into the hip hop culture beyond that. You can tell that Rory actually went back and did his work to research, rewatch, and relisten to this stuff. That’s why I don’t give him too much flack for being included in the conversation. You might look at a white personal with the side eye when they speak on the culture, but you tend to ease up a bit once you see they know what the hell theyrr talking about. Same with Parks. Schulz, nah. Not so much for me. Mad times I’ve said “shut the **** up Andrew” while listening.
I remember listening to that episode about the ****** Navy typo on a plane and dying laughing. The people next to me probably thought I was bat **** crazy.
Yo there was one story Mero was telling where he was at A party in the hood, and some dude who wasn’t from around the way showed up and started talking to the chicks. So all the cats in there were I was grilling him, but then the party got shut down and everyone had to run from 12. Mero said he ended up on the roof top with a chick and dead stopped the story because he couldn’t remember the rest of what happened because “I am so smacked right now.”
Bruh. Tears were shed.
Honestly never watched a full ep of TBI, meh. Side note though Schulz stand up is lowkey hilarious.
Joe needs to watch the Sam Cooke doc on Netflix.
The record industry isn't set up for the artist to win.
He was setting up his own publishing, management and record label in the 50's. Then he was cheated by his "manager/employee". Then he was killed.
What’s the name of it???
brilliant idiots is def not the most consistent
there was a good 1 or 2 year run where I couldn’t even listen to it cause ss schultz
You didn’t listen for two years, yet you can form an opinion on the show’s consistency...
I'm gonna check that out. They did him so dirty and the murder cover up was real sloppy, it happened so long ago that people just don't make noise about it.
Joe's forced Apple hate now that they're with Spotify is hilarious
that doesn’t even make sense
it was a downgrade in quality while I was listening which caused me to stop listening
yall just literally said the same thing about bodega boys