Recently this show crossed over 300 episodes. Yes, that’s right 300 over the last 11 years. Wow.
So in celebration, I wanted to do a little look back on the origins of the show, why we made specific decisions (such as why black & white) and what we’ve learned along the way.
I also dug around in the archives looking at some of the earliest shows. Including this episode with my good friends Ryan Abeo (recording artist) and Charles Mudede (writer, director, cultural critic). 11 years later and this conversation is still insanely relevant. The topic is around hip-hop, but it’s really about how art creates culture, and culture creates art. In a way, it was a good launch pad for what would be the next 11 years of the show.
300 episodes in and we aren’t stopping anytime soon. Thank YOU for being a critical part of this journey. Sharing the content, writing reviews, asking thoughtful questions and joining the conversation. It would not be the show it is, without you.
Onto the next 300 🚀🚀🚀 Enjoy!
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