It's tourney time! The guys discuss the NCAA Tournament draws, Juice Wrld's latest project, Schoolboy Q's newest song and music video, YelaWolf's "Bloody Sunday" freestyle, Adam22 getting a gun pulled on him during his recent livestream, how much a rapper's DJ should be paid for a show, and more.
The guys discuss Michigan State basketball, the recent Joe Rogan podcast with Jack Dorsey, Vijaya Gadde & Tim Pool, the "Leaving Neverland" documentary, Russ's recent Twitter rant on being an independent artist, and more.
Topics include Jason Witten coming back to the NFL, 2 Chainz's new album "Rap or Go To The League," Russell Westbrook's encounter with a young fan on the sideline, the Chuck E Cheese pizza conspiracy, a Kardashian update, De La Soul's record label controversy, Kanye West's label contract, the leaked XXL 2019 Freshman List, the upcoming NCAA tournament, and more.
The guys discuss whether Zion Williamson should play the rest of the season, whether or not college sports players should be paid, the Jussie Smollett case updates, Ja Rule taking heat on social media after NBA halftime show, Nipsey Hustle's independent career and signing a record deal, SoundCloud offering distribution services, the Robert Kraft investigation, and more.
The first time the guys stream the podcast live! They discuss NBA All-Star Weekend, Drake re-releasing his "So Far Gone" mixtape, copying other rappers flows, being in the spotlight, Dax vs. Tory Lanez, Matt Kuchar's recent caddie situation, and more.
The boys discuss Spotify's per stream revenue to independent artists, The Grammys, modern music videos, LeBron James venting on Instagram about Harrison Barnes trade, the NBA trading landscape, the "Deion's Double Play" 30 for 30, and more.
After a busy weekend, the guys discuss the Super Bowl, 21 Savage being arrested by ICE, Tekashi 6ix9ine agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors, NBA trade rumors, Kanye West trying to buy back his publishing rights, and more.
The guys discuss their recent trip to TopGolf, J. Cole's newest record, "Middle Child," the responsibility to "rap how you live" in hip-hop music, doing things for the reaction on social media, and more.
The guys discuss Packy's recent show with Justin Stone, NFL overtime rules, Soulja Boy's latest antics, the media's responsibility to present the facts, Bryon Cranston backlash for playing a man with disabilities in his newest movie, the Fyre Festival documentaries, regrets in their college days, and more.
In this episode, they guys break down what exactly is going on with Cyrus's attitude towards The Specktators Collective and Marcus Ryan's early exit from The Specktators Collective. Also discussed are Lil Uzi Vert's label situation, whether or not Rae Sremmurd is breaking up, Travis Scott performing at the Super Bowl, and more.
Packy, Daggs, Q, and Moe-T start season two off discussing the College Football National Championship, the Philadelphia Eagles and the NFL, LeBron James declaring himself the greatest of all time, The Titan Games, R. Kelly, a Jemele Hill sexual assault tweet, Making a Murderer and The Jinx documentaries, rappers rapping off beat, and more.
Cyrus has graduated! Cyrus, Moe-T, and Packy talk explaining why Cyrus is leaving The Specktators Collective, his last upcoming project with The Collective, independent music struggles and successes, and more.
Topics in this podcast include Packy's teeth problems, Spotify's new stake in DistroKid, Kanye, Drake, and Pusha drama, artists and engineers constant struggle with "Demoitis," Making a Murderer: Season Two, and more.
The Collective’s newest artist, Apollo, joins this podcast to discuss Spotify giving artists a way to upload directly to their platform, Eminem’s response track, “Killshot,” the Adam22 and Russ situation, and more.
Lots of things to bitch about on this podcast. The guys discuss their recent shows in Chicago and Minneapolis, Spartan and Lions football, Russ's recent radio interviews, Joe Budden's comments on Eminem, Serena Williams' US Open meltdown, and more.
In this episode, Moe-T and Packy discuss SoundCloud, the newest addition to gender inclusive language, Packy’s upcoming show in Lansing, Michigan, the upcoming NFL season, MSU being cleared in NCAA investigations, Apple’s upcoming iOS 12 release, video games, and more.
In this episode, Moe-T and Packy discuss comparing men and women athletes, Chance The Rapper and Wiz Khalifa’s latest releases, artists stepping out of their comfort zone, Spotify’s newest feature for artists, and more.
Packy is finally braces free! The guys discuss the US Open, Kid Cudi and Kanye West's collaborative album, "Kids See Ghosts," YouTube comment accusations of podcasts copying other podcasts, American government services being behind the times, iHOP's newest marketing promotion, and more!
Daggs joins the podcast this week as a last minute guest addition. The guys talk Spotify, Kendrick Lamar slamming a fan for using the n-word on stage, the NFL’s new rules regarding protests, Kanye spending $85,000 on Pusha T’s album cover picture rights, iconic album covers, fashion trends, and more.
Marcus Ryan joins Moe-T and Packy for a discussion on hangovers, Yanny v Laurel, Marcus's upcoming releases and his story before signing to The Specktators Collective, fighting your inner perfectionist, keeping up with the Joneses in hip-hop, how many songs artists actually have in their "vaults," and more.
The boys are back after switching recording days! This week they discuss Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” music video, LeBron James and the NBA Playoffs, Google’s newest technologies, and much more.
NobodyEpic joins as the first ever guest on the podcast. Moe-T, Packy, and Joel chop it up about Moe’s beef with G-Eazy, YouTube Success, pros/cons of touring, living in LA, Michigan State University, Joel's Wedding, and more.