Our second white guest ever comes through and drops gems. We start with tackling white supremacy and how it affects him as a white man. Brad gives us a deep dive into what his professional career looked like. Lastly we finish with traveling, the many places Brad has seen and his Jewish ancestry.
We have Grxzzly of PGN records stop by the Hazie Basement a second time to catch us up with his new project release, Feel A Way Vol. 1. Grxzzly talks how Covid made him change his game and how blending rock and hip-hop is the new wave.
Who is a curator of vibes & should we be gatekeeping the vibes. We have an argument about shoes vs weed and what being a sneakerhead looks like in 2021. We finish with drugs and politics, act like you know us.
Long time family and friend of the podcast, LB199X, comes thru with his running mate for over a decade, King Ceno, to talk about all things within the music industry. They both touched on their new projects, how they work alone and together as well as their music making process. They both drop some gems about how exclusive leaks should be handled as well how to properly digest music and its respective roll out. Click and listen!
Carl Hart says heroin is t so bad, we debate whether or not he’s onto something. Chuck and Soundman argue over Covid protocol, Mook settles it and we discuss whether or not vacationing while on the job should be frowned upon.
We have part of the Ante Up squad drop by the Hazie basement to discuss what’s being going on with their business. We tackle broad sports gambling questions. Dig into some secrets that will help you with your March Madness bracket. Look back and some of their best and worst bets of all time.
We have rapper Havana Seoul stop by to talk about her new EP, Doggy Bag. She gives us insight into the music industry as a woman & a DMV artist. We also talk about how family and culture play a role in who she is as an artist.
Valentine’s Day is a scam, let us tell you why. No you aren’t getting out of buying a gift and all love even friend love is transactional. We discuss if T.I. is just a Troubled Man or an actual (alleged) criminal.
We catch up on all things Premo Rice and what has happened to him in 2020, pre & post Covid. The growth of his music during the timeframe and what it’s like working with industry heavy hitters like Sledgren & Curren$y. Unheard tracks with Wiz and more gems
An emergency pod was needed as an insurrection took place at our nation’s Capitol building to overthrow our government. We discuss the fall out of the insurrection. Shift to black men vs community issues and finish with a quote from brother Malcolm X.
On our final episode of 2020 we go rogue and discuss cocaine vs heroin, what we like in women and then we go off about a bunch of things we did and did not like this year. Stay Hazie and keep gathering thoughts!
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Longtime friend of the show AK stops by to talk about his endeavors into music. How pain has played a role in shaping that music and how the game of football changed his life. Besides that, we do a brief but deep dive into memory lane.
We have the OG Ricardo D’Sean come by the Hazie Basement as we ventured back with him to get a timeline of how he got to where he is today. During this we here about entrepreneurship, motivation, a competitive aspect in his industry and more. Save The Black Dollar!
With the election over and results somewhat in peril, we have frequent guests of the show Montez stop by with his partners Juan & Jassiem to not talk music but all things election, culture and many more. An intellectual debate amongst friends on a lot of black people shit.
On this episode Chuck takes it upon himself to rant about a lot of things from fantasy football to his recent hibernation. Mook has a challenge put on him and Soundman explains why he likes responding like an asshole
Thank You, Lake Arbor! the album is out TODAY! The boys from Lake Arbor Records stop by again to tell us about their new and highly anticipated album. GKD, Sebago and producer JohhnyJon tell us about the impact they want this album to have, the feels it should bring while listening to it, and just the overall process that took place when piecing together this masterpiece.
S/o to our Soundman "Omatic" and Haziethoughts for getting album credits on TYLA!
It's been a little over a year and Myles is back to talk the MCML brand. and its growth since then. This leads us to legal cases with the brand MCM, celebrity s/o's and looking forward to what next in store for MCML. #FREEMCML
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We try to avoid politics but get caught up in the question of policy vs politics. We then transition to whether your experiences should trump everything else. From there we somehow end up talking about HBCU’s.
Six weeks away from the election, we discuss voting and what we need personally in order to place informed votes. National elections vs Local and what Trump has in store for his campaign down the stretch. We discuss where we see ourselves in the world as beings and finish with what should actually expect from our political parties.
R.I.P. Breonna Taylor
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We have our resident lady guest come through and we don’t get ratchet, but rather informative and discuss everything from men needing to be better fathers to how community violence and absentee fathers connect. We finish by talking about sports and, one of our three hosts got engaged!
On this episode we talk about the untimely passing of the legendary Chadwick Boseman and pay homage to our fellow lost brethren. We then turn our attention to whether or not we’re living in the worst year ever and how poor fun is really the move. We finish with the activism that has taken over the NBA and what they got right and wrong.
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We have marijuana connoisseur Fatman of Izm vibes and talk all things cannabis. We start with what he makes of the weed game in 2020 then dive into the DMV weed scene. He also shares some of his best weed stories of past and tips for knowing which strands you need
Cliff Vegas stops by the podcast to catch us up on what he’s been doing over the years and how its prepared him for his latest releases. How he got into the rap game and how some of your favorites bit from him. We also delve into his life on how marriage and anime helped his music career.
We discuss the hottest song in these streets and give our unsolicited male opinion on WAP, which leaves us down a path of a bunch of nonsense. We discuss other female artist that we listen to and give even more unsolicited male opinions about women’s issues. We finish by having Mama Shae stop by and teach us a bit about a woman’s body.
We have guest TV Producer and host of No Timeouts the Podcast drop by to talk all things sports as they are set to resume next week. From baseball needing stars to inviting your significant other to the NBA Bubble. We finish with our discussion shifting to knowledge and how to teach and bring other on board during these troubled times.
Two of our favorite guests stop by (Amirah & RJ) to tone it down a notch and have some fun with some passionate (yelling) arguments and a bunch of ratchetness from RDP (raw dawg pussy) to the pros and cons of sexual experimentation in college, condoms, best friends, the timeline, quarantine babies and much more. Click and listen!
We sit down with friend and internet legend, Kelly Ibeh, to discuss the current state of black life in America. From racism to protests to Black Lives Matter, we touch on many different things and have added commentary from Ujan and Rj.
J. Addo first made a name for himself in the music industry when he dropped his single 1st class with Fat Trel nearly a decade ago. In our sit down we touch on what he’s been doing during the decade from relationships and mental health to musical collaborations that could’ve been. He also shares stories from his youth with our co-host Chuck.
Mook and Chuck are stressed during quarantine and decide to let it all out! We ask if it is ok to laugh at Earl Thomas’ pain, talk about the solar system as well as Ahmaud Arbery, Ray J & Princess, Kim Jong Un and we finish with talking about pegging, again. Click and listen!
We’re at week 8 of the quarantine and on our third quarantine session. This week we tackle Joe Biden being a nasty man. A short argument about Dr. Umar Johnson. Chuck goes down memory lane of drug use and we see if the guys have a number they need to get pegged.
On another quarantine episode we take on 4/20 and do it very stoned. We share some of the tv we’ve been watching. Talk more about how life in corona is and what we’re looking forward to when we go back outside. We finish with talking about the latest internet scams.
This was a fun one. Soundman opened up to us and then fell asleep. Chuck and Mook talk about their favorite things to do during the quarantine and how to be puke and rally gang. Foley stops by for moral support.
We sit down with our shooter, Aaron, to talk about his career during and prior to photography. Ay_Rod fills us in as to what it’s like being a father in his 20’s, how life was like in the military and the eye you have to have in photography.
We have good friends of the show, Swiezo and the Swiezoland conglomerate, stop by and chop it up about his latest project, Swiezo House. We also dive into why we have not got the gospel album yet before ending with lessons of life his baby taught him.
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Mullah Omar, not to be confused with the Jihadist, but the warlord sits down with the guys to tell us just how "Unfuckwitable" he is. With a deep dive into his debut project titled "Unfuckwitable", he tells us why his name is his name, his love for Griselda's sound and the inspiration they provide. We also talk about Islam and how it plays part in his music as well as how it has guided him thus far.
We have Amirah with us again to talk how she's been so far in 2020 before we get ratchet and talk about a list of things ranging from whether you should've cheated to what's a proper push gift. Oh, and Britney stops by and gives us insight on motherhood and keeping a relationship.
We pay our respects to the life and career of Kobe Bryant as well as a tribute to the other 8 victims in the fatal helicopter crash on January 26th, 2020.
After paying homage we talking giving out money to your significant other, steak cooked temperature preference and whether or not women will hold you down in prison.
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Season 4 begins and we have our guy IT stop in and het us off to a got start. We talk waiting on a potential lover, which era of the NBA was/is better and if he dates white women. We finish with Terry Crews vs Sista Girls and Super Bowl Weekend dos and donts.
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We recap our live show and all the things you did not see. Solange and whether or not she cheated on her husband comes up and we finish with the many issues of sleeping with your ex and lastly, how churchgoers are hypocrites.
We have rapper & local Glenarden legend Swaray come thru and talk to us about his new project , Love Less. From there we talk about his time being locked up and the effects it has on his music, DMV music history and what it takes to be a rapper like Swaray.
LB199X is back with us after a long hiatus and we’ve had a lot of things change in that time. We catch up on what took place after his last project “I Thought About It” dropped as well as what to look forward to on his new project “Color Us”. We transition to what it’s like dating and working as a rapper and LB finishes by letting us know the importance of sleep.
Our 100th episode was a live show and it was just as live as any of our other ones. Listen and tap into what you missed if you weren’t there. S/o to Ivy City Smokehouse and all of our past guests and loyal supporters!
We have our resident female expert come through and talk to us about ghetto astrology and all things dealing with zodiac signs. Charles then ponders on why sista girls are the biggest cheaters and we finish with our latest anthem for the fall!
We get Swiezo and crew to drop by and talk to us about his new and first solo album, Swiezoland. We also talk about his past projects, when we can expect his gospel album and how having a daughter helped change his outlook on life and music. Half-truth-Tez showed up too!
We have our resident female expert Amirah drop by to catch up with us about an eventful Hot Girl Summer. We talk about different types of dates and if coffee ones are acceptable. Amirah shares a fight story that almost took place and we finish with finding out what we think make you belong to the streets!
We dig into a lot of things on this one. We touch why being black is a little more complex than we give it credit for and why we believe California should pass bill to let college athlete make money off their likeness. Charles why he cant get with the Breakfast Club and finish with a conversations on locs vs dreads vs dreadlocks. Click and listen!
We are back from hiatus and we have gambling on the menu! Marky P (@_HeavyP) and Bfkese (@bfkese) stop by again but this time to talk about their new gambling and consulting business, Ante Up (@AnteUpConsult). We discuss what to expect from them, as well as how they're going to go about the business and even get a couple of secrets pertaining to the gambling world. Sit back and get ready for some gems to help you with gambling this football season and beyond!
On a special birthday episode, friend of the show and founder of MCML (@MCML93) the brand, came to sit down with us and talk everything surrounding MCML. He talks about some goals for the upcoming year of 2020 and we even ask whether or not rapper A$AP Rocky was big buggin or chilling chilling.
We talk to Avante (@UhVawnTay) about the starting of his company GoonMilk (@GoonMilk). How and what got him into the world of fashion. We then focus on some of his likes and dislikes of the fashion world and we finish with Tay explaining to us what he’s most interested in and what goals he has for the future of GoonMilk.
We focus on DMV sports in our latest episode as we have Jeremy Babb (@jeremybabb_m.ed) of Regional Sports DMV stop by.
We talk about how he got involved with the organization, how his background plays a part in his job today and what are some everyday challenges of his job. There’s also a Toronto Raptors convo with one of their original fans!
We talk to some old friends about their new careers and life paths as we have Kenya, (@kenyaisthebest) future chiropractor, and Jaz (@jazmins.journey) technology consultant, on what they're doing educationally and at work. We also discuss the balance of what having a healthy hot girl summer looks like.
We have Montez back again to talk his new project with Sweizo, Exit 15A Ramp Closed. We discuss his semi lies and many more gems arise. Tez also brings Juan by to deliver a message on why health is ultimately wealth.
We bring back Amirah, our official lady whisperer, to find out what type of summer it is for the girls. Why we will no longer let the thot form from anger and why your chakras need to be on planet earth this summer ladies!
We have Premo Rice (@Premorice) with us for a third time!!! This time we discuss what's been going on since he released his latest project Juice. Why he had the hottest project in the DMV this past year and what it'l take for the area to put respect on his name as a performer/artist.
We link up once again with the leader of Status Gang (@StatusGang) Gabe Massalley (@MrMassalley) and talk the origin on his on going pop up series, The Perfect Season. We also talk about what #DontMuteDC means to him and how DC has changed in recent years.
We discuss Bri's (@empwrjoy) background as a yoga instructor and how Intentions play a huge role in our lives as well as why we all should get involved in yoga. On top of that we talk about how to personally get into one of her many classes.
It's March Madness time and we have frequent friend of the show, Marky P (@_HeavyP) come back to get you ready for the 2019 NCAA Tournament along with our guy Drew (@Drew_PThomas)! We focus on trends from the season and give insight on teams we think can make a deep run in March.
We dive into the world of fitness with personal trainer, coach and educator Teal (@MasterTealy). Teal talks to us about her new blog and gives us insight into the many different things taking place in the fitness community.
We talk to Montez (@MontezBrenard) again along with his partner Swiezo (@Swiezo) about their group project 15A as well as their working relationship together. We also discuss the epic concert series they're bringing to the DMV in Swiezoland as well as what we can expect from the two both together and individually.
On our pre welcoming back to a new season of High Codes the Podcast, our Soundman (@omaticszone) graced the mic again for his second installment of his solo podcast. He talks about the unfortunate events that led to the hastag #GetOmaticANewLaptop and thanks all that showed love. Oh and of course he did all this while indulging in a fine spirit called Gin. If you contributed to Omatic's fund please tune in for he has instructions for you at the end of the show.
For one of our last episodes of 2018 we gather some friends together and discuss the year in music. At times it gets heated and other times there are arguments. Overall it's our look back on what we deemed important or not in this year of music in 2018.
We recorded in Miami during Art Basel and because of that we got a little more sauced then usual. We explain why Kevin Hart should've known better, Mook's unique eating palette and why saying pause as an adult is bad.
On this episode we share some of our favorite stories of doing it for the story! We also had Scuba Steve (@scubatheboss) stio by and talk to us about living in Ghana and we give you a guide to maximizing your Art Basel experience.
The third annual Black Creatives Showcase brought to you by Status Gang takes place this weekend and we got a chance to kick it with one of the vendors who will be there. Nick (@nicksick_creativedesign) who works as a tattoo artist, painter and creative designer stopped by to chat with us about his career path, new business ventures and what to expect from him at this year's showcase.
The midterms have come and gone but we decided to bring on the unofficial mayor or PG County, Kyle or Elijah (@ElijahRead), again to talk about whether or not black people can be gentrifiers and how politics play a part in it. Also our good friend Kipp (@kippcudi) popped up on us again.
In probably our most intense episode to date we have author, teacher and mental health enthusiast (@kippcudi) come through and share with information and tips as well as personal stories from Chuck and Mook.
We know some you guys may think we hate people but we decided to just show you how much we don't by bringing on our first white guest, the good homie, Jake (@jakeybrackets). We ask why white people be wylin and some more white people shit before we share some bizarre drinking stories, and touch back up on why strippers are indeed athletes.
We haven't had a lady guest in a while and because of that we brought the one and only, Amirah Alexander (@ifakevlog), to join us and air out some of our grievances. We talk cheating, relationships, maturing, should men be crying.. Whoo! It's a lot!
We present to you our Soundman, Omatic (@OmatisZone), and let him take the mic all by himself to present to you his own episode of High Codes the Podcast. He basically does a deep history lesson on a few things while getting very lit at 10am on a Saturday. S/o Hendricks gin.
Damn, Mac Miller is gone so we try our best to pay our respects. Chuck is angry about Botham Jean being murdered and we tell you guys about our encounter with a lady who knows much more about the twelve tribes than we do.
On episode 55 Chuck tries to help Mook use better language and it kind of works. The guys try to get down to the bottom of the term cisheteropatriarchy. It's a lot going on; Oh ad the guys also discuss proper sock usage while sleeping.
We got the host of the hottest game show in the DMV right now, Azel Prather (@Hail_Zel) of DMV Certified, to come sit and chop it up with us about the new show. We also got into all of his career endeavors as well as his infamous go fund me story.
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This is our first episode in a bit so we came back with a lot of different topics, but the main theme is, Everything is Relative. Whether that be karma, morality or how you face your money, its all relative. Sosa then somehow got us back on the conversation of death.
We have the lovely Tati (@theeteeoli_) from Thee Oli Kitchen come talk food with us. We're giving you the do's and don'ts, favorite local spots, meals, and everything else food incorporated. This, is for the foodies!
On this smooth episode we have Premo Rice (@PremoRice) join us, again! This time to give the lamest folks a little bit of C and gives game to the pimps out there ready to advance their talents. Lastly, we get into his new album dropping July 23, Orange juice Jones. Ladies and gentlemen, buckle up and watch the leather.
On our 50th we thank all of our prior guests and fans. We discuss the new Drake and all the drama around him. We also talk weed, sending money on cash app and porn; In other words another episode of High Codes.
On our latest episode we have LB (@Its_LB13) come through and talk to us about his recent project, Black Matter. We then dive into his growth as an artist and what changes he's gone through, as well as whats next for the young emcee.
We interview rapper and model Montez (@MontezBrenard). We dig into his process behind making music and the difference between the modeling and the rap game, the influence living in ATL had on him and we even get some exclusives.
We got our boy Christian Cash (@_ChristianCash on the episode talking about balancing being a professional track athlete with working a 9-5. We also discuss his most epic turn up stories as well as his non profit foundation.
We have our good friend Gabe (@MrMassalley) and owner/creator/ceo of Status Gang (@StatusGang) come thru and talk about the actual origin of Status Gang and what it was like growing up in DC. Also we touch on how to get through Ramadan and what exactly Perfect Season is.
We're back and since it has been a while we brought the homie Brytne (@_breonthebeat) to come through and hip us to the power of Pussy & Prayer. We also share Miami stories and why she's always been nice for what for these niggas.
We share what happened during our 4:20 that just passed because like stoners we are late. Chuck tries to get to the bottom of why Mook doesn't like J. Cole and the never ending question of where the south begins comes up yet again.
We have Dreads aka Autumn aka @autumns_ep on the show and we discuss her many endeavors in the creative world as well as making it as a women in a male dominated industry. We then get ratchet and discuss how much cheating is too much cheating and why three strokes aint enough.
On our latest Women's Month episode Jana comes thru and turns it up a notch as she shares stories of finessing guys across the world. Why she enjoys making men uncomfortable with their butts and a lot more.
We have our first woman guest of the month as Super Shurn invades the den, gets saucy and very real about Black Panther, women in rap and why dating sucks in the day and age. Oh and don't forget the horoscopes!
On our latest session Mook and Sosa discuss why HBCU's homecomings are greater than >. Why the NBA and police brutality have more in common than you think and we also try to come up with a way for men to stop raping.
On the latest session we dedicate the conversation strictly to all things Insecure. With friend of the show Taylor back for another session, we discuss the season 2 finale and recap some of our favorite moments while looking forward to season 3.
On the latest episode of High Codes we talk about why pussy is not an adequate enough gift, Donald Trump is really losing it. And Insecure is really going to ruin all of our lives, we discuss that and more.
On the latest session of #HighCodes we have one of the original HIgh Code creators @MCML93 on with us to lead our conversation that starts off about relationships goes to talking about Trump to finishing discussing why LeBron James isn't the greatest basketball player of all time.
On the first official episode of High Codes Mook and SosaGodfrey discuss Beyonce's pregnancy, why the Super Bowl was evil vs. good and we add to the list of ain't shit (and epic) black women. Oh, also this session features Kese because we did shoot it at his house.
High Codes the Podcast is the continuation of the High Codes YouTube series started by Izm in 2011
The podcast features Mook and Sosa Godfrey as they get high and talk shit about all things, politics, music, sports and all other shit high niggas talk about.