The second studio album from Mobb Deep was released on April 25th, 1995. Prodigy and Havoc achieved commercial success with "The Infamous" and hit number 15 on the Billboard Top 200 and the album went gold in two months. Singles included "Shook Ones", "Survival of the Fittest", Temperature's Rising" and "Give up the Goods" all... Continue Reading →
One of Harlems finest, Big L burst on the New York hip-hop scene as one of the most promising rappers ever to emerge. Known for his lyricism and creative freestyles, Big L appeared on the Stretch and Bobbito radio show in 1995 promoting his album "The Lifestylez ov Da Poor & Dangerous" alongside Jay-Z. In... Continue Reading →
Ice Cube released his fourth studio album "Lethal Injection" on December 7th, 1993. The album debuted at number 5 on the Billboard Top 200 after selling 215,000 copies in it's first week. Commonly seen as a change from the norm for Ice Cube, Cube explores funk sampling on "Bop Gun" with George Clinton as well... Continue Reading →
Tony Jacobsen was diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta or Brittle Bones at an early age. Going through his early years Tony broke many bones and his life was severely impacted to the point he was wheelchair bound. Fast forward to age twenty four and Tony was able to walk for the first time and totally transform his body to a fully functioning, stronger version of itself. In this episode Tony recounts his journey to overcome and deal with brittle bones and how he wants to positively impact other people dealing with severe health challenges in life.
In episode fourteen Jon is joined by Kevin Carr from Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning as well as Movement as Medicine. After the guys finish chatting about the recent Camron and Mase diss tracks they go into the following topics: Training Aging Adults Training goals for adults in the 50-60 year old age range Managing... Continue Reading →