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Fresh off the release of his 9th studio album, we are joined by Boston's very own, Statik Selektah! We talked about his stellar production career, battling Pro Era in the studio and finding an unreleased Sean Price verse in his stash. IMPORTANT NEWS On Saturday 19th December 2020, Sumit will be doing a 24-hour podcast to raise money for East Kent H…
 
Noreena Hertz is a renowned thought leader, academic, and broadcaster who was named by The Observer “one of the world’s leading thinkers” and by Vogue “one of the world’s most inspiring women.” Her previous bestsellers—The Silent Takeover, I.O.U. and Eyes Wide Open—have been published in more than twenty countries, and her opinion pieces have appea…
 
Say what you want about DJ Snips, but let it be known that he has a love and passion for Hip Hop culture. This episode finds Snips talking about producing unreleased tracks for 50 Cent, ageing gracefully and honestly and his thoughts on the live events scene post-pandemic. Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitte…
 
"Not from Houston but I rap a lot"... this week's episode is a world exclusive. We're joined by the incomparable James Prince! Mr. Prince doesn't speak a whole lot, but from the side of his pool surrounded by sunshine and wine, he gave up some free game on entrepreneurship, family and community leadership. Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://instagra…
 
Gavin Francis is an award-winning writer and GP. He is the author of four books of non-fiction, including Adventures in Human Being, which was a Sunday Times bestseller and won the Saltire Scottish Non-Fiction Book of the Year Award, and Empire Antarctica, which won Scottish Book of the Year in the SMIT Awards and was shortlisted for both the Ondaa…
 
Anton Pukshansky is a liner note legend. This is the man who engineered the seminal Hip Hop classic this podcast is named after. Man like Anton also worked closely with Rakim and ate too many shrimp with Kool G Rap. He also calls Large Professor by his government name like it's nothing. He is a man of much experience and many credits. This episode …
 
One name you should be hearing in the "Lyricist Of The Year" discussion is Che' Noir. In this episode, we catch up with the First Lady of Trust Gang to talk about her amazing album with Apollo Brown, her mentee relationship with 38 Spesh, spirituality and sharing the same born day as Illmatic. Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://instagram.com/hiphopc…
 
Hiero y'all! For Episode 85, we set some time aside to break bread with Domino of Hieroglyphics. This man is one of the greatest minds in the game. He's one of the key creators of the "Hiero sound" and was there from the very beginning. Pay attention as he drops science about the making of the early Hiero classics, managing Del The Funky Homosapien…
 
Rebecca Wragg Sykes has been fascinated by the vanished worlds of the Pleistocene ice ages since childhood, and followed this interest through a career researching the most enigmatic characters of all, the Neanderthals. Alongside her academic expertise, she has also earned a reputation for exceptional public engagement as a speaker, in print and br…
 
Originally recorded for The Hip Hop Chronicle in 2011. This week's Lost Tapes is a classic interview with Detroit's very own, Elzhi. Sumit and The Syllable Sensei talk about the "Elmatic" project, battling at The Hip Hop Shop, unreleased Pete Rock tracks and much more. Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https…
 
It's cold outside, but we're hot in the streets. This week, we head back to the East Coast to catch up with the walking library and dictionary, Papoose! We got a chance to talk about his early collaborations with Kool G Rap, non-payment of punk dues and his brand new album, Endangered Species. He even gives Chris some marriage advice. Breaking Atom…
 
Originally recorded for The Hip Hop Chronicle in 2010. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of "Stankonia" by Outkast, we had to bust the pot open with another Lost Tapes episode - this time featuring none other than Big Boi! Sumit and Daddy Fat Sax talk about his debut solo album, meeting Andre 3000, freestyling for LA Reid and more. Follow Sumit 💥 I…
 
Kate Summerscale is the author of the number one bestselling The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2008, winner of the Galaxy British Book of the Year Award, a Richard & Judy Book Club pick and adapted into a major ITV drama. Her first book, the bestselling The Queen of Whale Cay, won a Somerset Maugham aw…
 
This week's episode is an absolute honour for us and hopefully a pleasure for you. We have the legendary MC Eiht on Breaking Atoms! The Quadruple OG talks about his early work with Compton's Most Wanted, the importance of bicoastal collaborations, his longstanding friendship with DJ Premier and more. We didn't get one "GEAH" out of him but that doe…
 
Originally recorded for The Hip Hop Chronicle in 2008. Sumit dug into his everlasting archives and found a short clip from none other than Nas. This audio is from a Def Jam conference call hosted by the Best of Both Offices in the lead up to the release of the "Untitled" album. Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitt…
 
Time to get glossy and flossy with this week's special guest - Shawn Brauch of Pen and Pixel! Shawn is the genius behind many of those diamond-encrusted album covers that "shaped the visual aesthetic of Southern hip-hop’s flashiest era". Shawn talks about meeting Master P, working with No Limit and Cash Money and seeing a 13-year-old Lil' Wayne fil…
 
Gabriel Bergmoser is an award-winning Melbourne-based author, who grew up in a small rural town. In 2015 he won the prestigious Sir Peter Ustinov Television Scriptwriting Award for his pilot Windmills, and his plays include Heroes, which was nominated for the 2017 Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing. His musical, Moonlite, about a gay bushr…
 
Originally recorded for The Hip Hop Chronicle in July 2008. In an impromptu press conference, Ice Cube comments on some disparaging comments that Jesse Jackson made about former US President Barack Obama and shares his thoughts on future Hip Hop legends. Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twitter: https://twitter.…
 
We have friends in high places. Our mate Beat Butcha - the UK legend and Grammy Award winner - took some time out of his busy schedule to share stories of working with Griselda, meeting Prodigy and why your favourite Rap songs probably have some his drums and samples in them. Follow Sumit 💥 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopchronicle 💥 Twi…
 
Matthew Baker is the author of the story collection Hybrid Creatures. His stories have appeared in the Paris Review, American Short Fiction, New England Review, One Story, Electric Literature and Conjunctions, and in anthologies including Best of the Net and Best Small Fictions. A recipient of grants and fellowships from the Fulbright Commission an…
 
Joining us for a campfire-style connect is Rob Markman from Genius! Rob has a storied history in the game and in this episode, he talks about his relationship with Sway and Datwon Thomas, hearing his name on records by Logic and Royce Da 5'9" and what irks him about Hip Hop Twitter. He even provides some exclusive insight into Genius' content strat…
 
Dr Jo Marchant is an award-winning science journalist. She has a PhD in genetics and medical microbiology from St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College, London, and an MSc in Science Communication from Imperial College. She has worked as an editor at New Scientist and Nature, and her articles have appeared in the Guardian, Wired, Observer, New Yor…
 
Originally recorded for The Hip Hop Chronicle in May 2010. Sumit sat down with Just Blaze and The Alchemist while they were on tour in the UK. Just Blaze reveals that "Girls, Girls, Girls" was originally for Ghostface, drops the names of who passed on some of his beats and highlights the differences between Jay-Z and Eminem in the studio. The Alche…
 
Terri White is Editor-in-Chief of Empire magazine, having previously edited some of the most read titles in the UK and US, including Time Out New York and Shortlist, where she was named Men's Magazine Editor of the Year. She has also written for the Guardian and The Pool. Her first book is the memoir Coming Undone. NB: This interview contains discu…
 
This week's special guest is none other than man like Apollo Brown! This guy here is responsible for some of the best Hip Hop released from 2010 to the present day. Discussion points include his tried and trusted production technique, sampling tastes, unreleased music in his vaults, his most recent work with Che Noir and more. He also doesn't like …
 
On the 24th anniversary of the classic "Soul On Ice" album, we linked up with Ras Kass for a very revealing conversation. The Waterproof MC talks about working with DJ Premier, Dr Dre and his close relationship with Jay-Z. He also lives up to his fearless reputation and tells it how it is when it comes to the music business, corporate greed and wha…
 
David Eagleman is a neuroscientist at Stanford University, an internationally bestselling author, and a Guggenheim Fellow. He is the writer and presenter of The Brain, an Emmy-nominated PBS/BBC television series that asks what it means to be human from a neuroscientist's point of view. Eagleman’s research encompasses time perception, vision, synest…
 
Our classic interview run continues with New York legend, Mic Geronimo. In this candid conversation, the Masta I.C. talks about his early days being mentored by Large Professor, recording his debut album and the competitive nature of posse cuts. In a world exclusive, he shares a story about DMX which is both hilarious and shocking at the same time.…
 
Susanna Moore is the author of the novels The Life of Objects, The Big Girls, One Last Look, In the Cut, Sleeping Beauties, The Whiteness of Bones, and My Old Sweetheart, and two books of nonfiction, Light Years: A Girlhood in Hawai'i and I Myself Have Seen It: The Myth of Hawai'i. She lives in New York City. Her latest book is the memoir Miss Alum…
 
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