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Bodega Bamz Feels Big Pun Paved The Way For Latino Rappers
Bodega Bamz Feels Big Pun Paved The Way For Latino Rappers
As an up and coming latino MC, Bodega Bamz assures he wouldn't have gotten to this point in his career if it wasn't for Big Pun. Telling that the Pun's "refreshing rhymes" and brave spirit pioneered latinos onto the hip-hop scene, Bodega Bamz recalls his first time hearing Capital Punishment, Pun's debut studio album, and seeing Pun as a kid racing in his neighborhood...
KRS One Taught Dante Ross How To Sneak Guns On Airplanes
KRS One Taught Dante Ross How To Sneak Guns On Airplanes
Legendary A&R/Executive Dante Ross was the latest guest on The Juan Epstein Show and shared close to two hours worth of gems on the hip-hop historian podcast. The culture pioneer discussed the NYC rap scene in the 80s and early 90s, and shared personal stories featuring the Beastie Boys, LONS, Q-Tip, The Beatnuts, Pete Rock and CL, Brand Nubian, 3rd Bass, MF Doom, and much more. An... Read Mor
Asher Roth Thought It Was Pretty Amazing That Eminem Dissed Him
Asher Roth Thought It Was Pretty Amazing That Eminem Dissed Him
Asher Roth visited the Juan Epstein show and he addressed Eminem dissing him on "Asshole," a cut off The Marshall Mathers LP 2. He says he thought it was pretty amazing that Eminem dissed him and he wasn't personally offended. Asher also states that he didn't diss Em subliminally on "As I Em" and "wanted to talk about how he was his own person...
Rick Ross On Juan Epstein
Rick Ross On Juan Epstein
Rick Ross visits Peter Rosenberg and DJ Cipha Sounds for their podcast, Juan Epstein, for an super interesting interview. They travel back in time as Ross describes when he was "Chill Will" as a child. Ross broke down when he first started getting serious with music around 18 years old and first time in the studio around the time when Biggie and Tupac was on the radio...

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