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This week on the podcast Wally Hipolito had me come on a special Saturday sports weekend preview of his podcast. The conversation ended up being a bit big picture and I thought it would be great for the feed. We discuss the NBA Conference Finals and look all of the potential matchups for the finals. We also go over a few NFL story lines like Cam Newton and Tom Brady being on new teams.

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This week I want to introduce you to Introducing The Madcap Movie Review. It's a new podcast that I co-host with Shawn Simmons and Derek Phifer. This is Episode 2 where take a deep dive into 1988's Coming To America, starring Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall. If you want more from Madcap subscribe to the feed. https://anchor.fm/madcappod/episodes/Episode-2-Coming-to-America-1988-ej91m4

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This week on the Podcast Keith Nelson Jr. comes on to break down Nas' Hit-Boy produced "King Disease" We break down how this project cam together in the first place then we give a review and determine it's a celebration for over 30 Hip-Hop. We also discuss the new Pharrel and Jay-Z song "Entreprenuer" and end up getting into Jay-Z place as an old great. As we were wrapping Keith drops an EXCLUSIVE annoucement about an upcoming piece with Ta-Nehisi Coates!!! 

03:00 Announcements and Shoutouts

09:41 How Nas and Hit-Boy Got to “King Disease”. 

26:08 Nas “King Disease” Review/ Celebrating over 30 Hip-Hop

37:22 Nas Outside Interest and Mass Appeal as a Record Label

51:05 Entrepreneur by Pharrell and Jay-Z/ Jay-Z Place in Hip-Hop Today

67:38 Keith Announces Ta-Nehisi Coates Piece in Complex Magazine


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In this episode of the podcast, Keith Nelson Jr. makes his return to help cover the breaking news of the NBA players boycotting in light of the shooting Jacob Blake and how journalism has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Intro

Journalism during COVID-19 (3:33)
Small Businesses During Quarantine (5:00)
NBA Players Boycott Games (8:58)
Is the NBA Boycott Revolutionary? (14:08)
Why Did The Boycott Start with Milwaukee (19:08)
Do We Owe Kyrie Irving an Apology? (25:19)

Thank you for listening to the Podcast!

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This Week on the podcast we have Wally Hipolito from the Off The Stoop Podcast 

Here is what we cover in this episode:

Intro

  • Introducing Wally Hipolito and the Off The Stoop Podcast 04:19
  • Change in Music/Lil Wayne Top 5 All Time Rapper 09:29
  • Filipino/Black Connection 13:58

 

NBA Restart 20:50

  • NBA Bubble Gambling 21:45
  • NBA Social Justice Jerseys For Sale 28:18
  • Laker LeBron Legacy 30:00
  • NBA New Era 43:30

Outro 52:33

Thanks for listening! For questions and inquiries email cl@darundown.com

 

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We are ramping up production and this week we have another episode. This week we are importing a podcast from another feed. I recently did an away game with the homey Mickell Ford on his Podcast I Watched This As An Adult. It’s a podcast that takes on the duties of watching movies from the past that you were probably fond of but with a fresh set of eyes and cinematic standards. In this particular episode, we review ‘Romeo Must Die’ staring Aaliyah, Jet Li and somehow DMX makes it on the poster as well. It had been at least 15 years since I had watched the movie. I thought I was going to be thrilled to get nostalgic about my days but in fact, when we break down the film, we discussed some of the problematic things in the film that was much more prevalent in 2000. This also gave me an excuse to bust out my DMX impression. I didn’t love it as much as I wanted to but I was completely captivated by Aaliyah’s performance. If you are a fan of hers it’s a must-watch but everyone else could probably live without it. Thanks for listening!

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A few weeks back I was as ready as could be to talk protest and how we make things actually change. I’m the first to admit I am not plugged in and every so often, you need the plug. I hit up Amber Sherman from “The Law According To Amber”. A podcast where out here doing the public a service and actually putting people on game when it comes to their rights. This is also the first of my make up sessions from a lost series of podcasts that I recorded last year. Nonetheless Amber is out of Memphis and she has a knack for shaking things because the true way to make a difference in the community at the local level. We break down what you can do to make a difference and also hold myself accountable.

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This Week on the podcast we have Chris Powell aka CouchCoach from CouchCoach Live and CouchCoachOnline.com to help wrap up the Michael Jordan "The Last Dance" 10 part ESPN documentary.
Is This Proof Michael Jordan Will Always Be The Greatest?

The Last Dance takes place around a season that happened over 20 years ago. Anyone under 30 is unlikely to have a clear sense of what MJ was. Since then we have had Kobe and LeBron be considered in the conversations but never over Jordan. This documentary although it is more of Michael Jordan's memoirs and less hard-hitting investigational journalism, the documentary does a great job of setting the tone of how much far and ahead of the game he was and the mastery of the sport made by far the greatest basketball player many had ever seen.

Theory: Michael Jordan Play Baseballs to chase Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders to be 'Greatest Athlete Ever'

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This Week on the podcast we have Chris Powell aka CouchCoach from CouchCoach Live and CouchCoachOnline.com to help wrap up the Michael Jordan "The Last Dance" 10 part ESPN documentary.
Is This Proof Michael Jordan Will Always Be The Greatest?

The Last Dance takes place around a season that happened over 20 years ago. Anyone under 30 is unlikely to have a clear sense of what MJ was. Since then we have had Kobe and LeBron be considered in the conversations but never over Jordan. This documentary although it is more of Michael Jordan's memoirs and less hard-hitting investigational journalism, the documentary does a great job of setting the tone of how much far and ahead of the game he was and the mastery of the sport made by far the greatest basketball player many had ever seen.

Theory: Michael Jordan Play Baseballs to chase Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders to be 'Greatest Athlete Ever'

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This week on the podcast, we discuss the NFL signing a deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation imprint. Before that I discussed the recent trend that it looks like Netflix is pushing black entertainment mainly comedy to the forefront of their platform.

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