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Episode 122 with guests Nappy Nina and Che Noir

This week we have two special guest interviews. First up we speak with Nappy Nina, an MC with Oakland roots currently located in Brooklyn, about her life and her excellent new record 30 Bag. Then the fellas do a quick over/under segment on the careers of CL Smooth, Domino from Hiero, and Gucci Mane. Next up is an interview with one of upstate New York’s finest, Che Noir. The Buffalo-based MC has worked with past DBRP guest and the Griselda crew, and has an upcoming record produced by Apollo Brown that we are really excited to hear. DBRP is a member of the Pantheon Podcast network.

Episode 122 with guests Nappy Nina and Che Noir

 
 
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Episode 121- Uprising

This week Dave, Demone and Nate have a conversation about the state of the world at this crucial and potentially overwhelming moment. Between the pandemic, the global protests, and the police reform movement, there is a lot to consider. The fellas share their perspectives on issues local and national, as these events were unfolding in real time. Please note that this episode was recorded Monday June 1st and a lot has changed since then. They also talk about recent rap releases for a bit in the second segment.

Episode 121- Uprising

 
 
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Dad Bod Rap Pod is a hip-hop discussion podcast based out of San Jose, CA. Our three hosts are lifelong rap fans who approach the art form of hip-hop through the lens of their lived experience. Demone Carter p.k.a DEM ONE is an MC with a long line of releases and collaborations stretching back to the 90’s including group The New Math with BOOKS ONE and has collaborated with artists including D-Styles and Motion Man. David Ma is a writer, editor, and journalist whose work has appeared in publications like Wax Poetics, The Guardian, Red Bull Music Academy, and is the founder of audioblog nerdtorious.com. Nate LeBlanc is a record collector who worked as the hip-hop buyer of a record store for years and founded the Dig Dug listening party and record swap and has published articles on obscure music on a variety of platforms but mostly on nerdtorious. New Episodes every Thursday at noon-ish PST. Follow us on Twitter for polite retweets and the occasional hot take @dadbodrapdod

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