This Week In Hype Podcast: “Born Sinner”, Scottie Pippen & 10 Minutes With Bauce Sauce
It's Friday, and you know what that means...it's time for the only podcast funded entirely by the shadowy cabal colloquially known as the Illuminati, "This Week In Hype". Fair warning, the rest of your life will be divided into two parts: before you listened to "This Week in Hype", and after.
For the latest edition, I do a quick review of J. Cole's "Born Sinner", defend the tragically under-rated Scottie Pippen, fix hip-hop with our "10 Minutes With Someone Dope" guest Bauce Sauce and much more.
Discussed This Week:
* The Illuminati's plan to take over the world via combination Pizza Hut/Carl Jr.'s.
* New trivia question - answer correctly and you'll win a free album on iTunes (just in time for June 18).
* Where J. Cole belongs in hip-hop's elite after listening to "Born Sinner".
* Why being called the Scottie Pippen of rap is an incredible compliment.
* "10 Minutes With Someone Dope" guest Bauce Sauce. We talk his "How to Fix Hip-Hop" article, grandparent fucking, pre-emptive ad-libs and more.
* You should follow Bauce Sauce at https://twitter.com/BauceSauce.
* Answering @BibiSez' question, RefinedHype's new focus on worditty words.
* This week's closing song, J. Cole's "Runaway".
For more life-changing audio, you should subscribe to subscribe to "This Week in Hype" on iTunes. Or don't and live your life in regret. Either/or.
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This article originally appeared on RefinedHype.com, which has now merged with The DJBooth. For more info, click here.
Written by Nathan S. on 06/14/13
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