Ready to Die was the debut album by Biggie Smalls that released on September 13th, 1994 on Bad Boy Records. The album would go on to hit multi platinum levels as Biggie became one of the biggest stars in hip-hop. With radio hits like "Juicy" Big Poppa" and One More Chance" leading the way on... 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 the first full episode Danny, Eddie and Jon go over "The Low End Theory" by A Tribe Called Quest. Was this the best work from Q-Tip, Phife Dawg and Ali Shaheed Muhammad? The guys discuss their thoughts and memories of "The Low End Theory" such as their overall impression of the album, their favorite song, noteworthy samples, favorite guest appearance as well as their album rating out of five mins (Source inspired of course).