Meltdown Presents: On Some Hip Hop Sh!t: #05 – The Album Club ‘3 for all’ episode
We go deep on 3 works by Kendrick Lamar, Public Enemy and Ice Cube. Inspired by VH1’s The Breaks and writer/director (friend of the show) Seith Mann, we took a look back to 1990.
Moved by the lyrical and musical DNA that these records share, we HAD to fast forward to 2015 and discuss Kendrick Lamar’s strangely underrated musical opus in the context of his lyrical forefathers, Ice Cube and Chuck D.
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Itunes links to the albums discussed
Fear of a Black Planet
To Pimp a Butterfly
AmeriKKKas Most Wanted
produced by B. Schultz of Street Legends Ink and Adam Silverstein
Presented by Meltdown Comics
Engineered by Mason Booker
and recorded at The Meltcast studios, 7522 Sunset blvd in Hollywood, CA
Our theme is Produced by King SMO of the Animal Crackers
Artwork by Self Uno.
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