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Politic Ditto Podcast

Politic Ditto Podcast

By Jason Felix
Politic Ditto is Hip Hop centric podcast with an unbiased take on policing and community relations. Hosted by Jfeel, a Bronx bred former DJ and NYPD officer with over 14 years of law enforcement experience and Dro, a former MC from Queens, the avid Hip Hop heads take you Behind the Blue Line to shine a light on police policies and break down artists, albums and lyrics on Behind the Bars on every episode of Politic Ditto.
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Politic Ditto Season 2 Ep 1: Baltimore GTTF/ Behind the Bars: Big Pun
*THE VIEWS EXPRESSED ON THIS PLATFORM REPRESENT THE INDIVIDUALS, NOT THEIR EMPLOYERS* After a 2020 chaotic fueled hiatus, Jfeel & Dro re-up to serve more cutting edge takes on policing politics with the controversial Baltimore PD Gun Trace Taskforce and offer a heater on BTB covering the one & only late great Big Pun’s classic “Capital Punishment”.
November 15, 2020
Politic Ditto Ep 7: George Floyd
*THE VIEWS EXPRESSED ON THIS PLATFORM REPRESENT THE INDIVIDUALS, NOT THEIR EMPLOYERS* In the midst of a horrific police involved killing followed by protests, riots and cries for national police reform, Jfeel & Dro deliver a passionate statement on why community policing is the only way to begin to heal Americans discontent with policing. Special episode, no Behind the Bars segment. Politic Ditto - IG - @PoliticDittoPC / Twitter - @dittopolitic JFeel - IG - @jfeel_ / Twitter-@jfeel_ Dro - IG-@droprovo / Twitter-@droprovo
June 15, 2020
Politic Ditto Ep 6: Bail Reform/Coronavirus - Behind the Bars: Royce da 5’9”
BACK AGAIN!! Jfeel returns riding solo to close out the Quality of Life series tackling NY state’s Bail Reform law, and talks the sobering reality of life in the midst of Coronavirus. Tag team partner Dro recovers to break down “The Allegory” by Detroit’s finest Royce da 5’9” on BTB. Follow us on Twitter @DittoPolitic @jfeel_ @droprovo and on Instagram: politicdittopc jfeel_ droprovo
April 18, 2020
Politic Ditto Podcast Ep 5: Subway/MTA Issues & Behind the Bars: Best of 2010s.
Jfeel & Dro close out the year and the decade giving you a harsh critique of NYC’s subway problems; homelessness, poor service and escalating fares in part 2 of their Quality of Life series and also give you their best of Hip Hop of the 2010s in this episodes Behind the Bars.
January 1, 2020
Politic Ditto Podcast: Rikers Island Closing / Supreme Clientele 2
On episode 4, we begin our Quality of Life series with NYC Mayor deBlasio’s controversial plan to shut down the city’s notorious jail complex: Rikers Island. And one Behind the Bars segment wasn’t enough for JFeel & Dro to break down Tone Starks heavy Supreme Clientele, so we finish the deed here on episode 4 of Politic Ditto Podcast.
October 31, 2019
Politic Ditto Podcast: Tekashi Telling / Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele
This episode gets spicy with the fellas chopping it up about Brooklyn’s star crossed Tekashi 69 and his federal star witness turn against his own Bloods set. Also, Jfeel & Dro provide a riotous breakdown of Ghostface Killah’s 2000 classic “Supreme Clientele” in a must hear Behind the Bars segment. Let’s connect, Politic Ditto!
September 25, 2019
Politic Ditto Podcast: NYPD Crisis/Nas-Lost Tapes 2
In this second episode of Politic Ditto Podcast, Jfeel gives a poignant opinion on the end of the Daniel Pantaleo/Eric Garner saga and touches on the recent spate of suicides crushing the ranks of the NYPD while taking NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio to task. Dro & Jfeel break down Nas’ amazing lyrics from his Lost Tapes 2 album on this episodes Behind the Bars.
August 22, 2019
Politic Ditto Podcast: Jammed Up/Griselda
Welcome to Politic Ditto; a Hip Hop centric podcast with an unbiased take on community affairs and policing hosted by JFeel, a former DJ and police officer and Dro, a former MC. Each episode will feature a discussion on policing policies and Behind the Bars, a segment where we break down an artist, lyrics or an album and discuss the deeper meaning “Behind the Bars”.
July 31, 2019