We talk race in America. The (not-so) significance of OJ's parole hearing. Why Mike Vick and Colin Kaep ain't in the same boat. We also argued about the role Kyrie plays, or doesn't play.
Topics we discussed
- BET Awards
- Everyday vs Migos
- Kendall & Kylie Biggie and Pac's shirts
- Jay Z album
- Lavar on WWE
- and more...
Topics include 2Pac (kinda), NBA Finals, teaming up to win, Floyd finally commits to beating up Conor McGregor and more. Remember to subscribe on your favorite podcast catcher and rate us. Leave nasty comments for Paul.
The Not Up For Debate crew discuss politics, Bill Maher, Bill Cosby's trial, and the NBA Finals. We also talk about Lebron's legacy, could the 96 Bulls beat the Golden State Warriors and more.
Who is gonna have the most three's ever in the NBA? Steph Curry or Seth Curry? HA!
Don't let LA Reid's firing distract you from the fact that people are quick to accuse you of the worst, especially in this new age of ultra offended people.
This is a previously recorded during Beacon's Open Studios. Terry from The Ground's Mixtape Beacon sits in with us, well actually stoops down to our level of immaturity to shit talk. We give our opinions on our generation's great stickmen, Seth Curry beating his dad, and of course Bill Cosby. Warning tho, it gets dark at times.
Beacon local music artist kicks it with Brandon from the I AM BEACON nonprofit and Not Up For Debate crew. They give their thoughts on Lavar and Lonzo Ball, as well as the NBA. Then talk music and leaves us with scorching freestyle.
Beacon's Ward 4 Councilman Ali Muhammad came and sat with us to discuss the importance of being involved in the development of the community, giving back, his recent Ted X, and his future plans.
Ryan, Jarell, and the Not Up For Debate guys continue their discussion on Hip Hop and whether Eminem is actually a good rapper.
Special Guest and local TV star Ryan comes thru with his boy Jarrell to talk all things great. The both provided their thoughts on rap vs hip hop, Sage Steele & ESPN cooning, communities, and why Nas is the greatest.
Ja Rule trying to organize a festival, Lavar Ball messes up the bag. Brandon sips nips, Tone working towards his high school reunion, and Paul calls the cops.
Brandon host some local Beaconites to have a candid discussion about growing up, going out, surrounding yourself with a great team, and pursuing your passions.
Some much to discuss this week: we talk black businesses, KDots new album, differences between him and Drake, United Airways bangs out a passenger, Tomi Lahen gets all liberal, and more.
Brandon talks about the experience of having a baby on the biggest day of the year for wrestling, from a dad's perspective. Paul and Tone discuss Kendall's now-pulled Pepsi commercial.
Special guest Reggie (@reggiewroteit on IG) comes by to join us on some bonus time. She does some spoken word poetry for us and talks about her inspiration to write.
It's time for the Super Bowl of wrestling, WrestleMania. Brandon gives us a quick rundown of WWE, Paul tells us about Drake and More Life, and Tone discusses comedy and Kobe's new puppet show. Other topics discussed are K. Dot vs Big Sean, Netflix being the King of comedy now, and Brandon's new hairdo.
After this last week super snow storm, we came in to record a scatter-brain episode with plenty of funny moments. Among the topics we discussed - Lavar Ball, Donald Dump, Good Dads, and a lot of random nonsense.
Remy Ma went on the attack this past week but ended the same week with a dud. What is gonna be the long term outcome of this highly anticipated beef? We also talk some about some other classic hip hop battles. We also discussed how Hot Boyz and Cash Money once was the gold standard for rap crew representation and flag bearing.
NBA All Star Game is the cornerstone unofficial black holiday for Black History Month as well as Hoe Signing Day.