Music producer, engineer, and friend of the show Hensley.Sg joins Bridge the Gap Podcast this week to discuss his transition to living in New York (9:21), working with Dot Da Genius and expectations on new Kid Cudi music (13:18) New York during the pandemic, new Busta Rhymes music (36:30), cancel culture, new Trippie Redd (73:40), and much more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the guys go over the #endSARS movement in Nigeria (12:21), the Supreme Court nomination, Dave Free’s departure from TDE (28:24), expectations for Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, whether time should be held the same for all artists, the Jeezy vs. T.I. Verzuz battle (42:55), Andre 3000 leaks, NBA Youngboy’s United Masters deal (57:47), Kanye’s Joe Rogan interview and much more.
On this episode: the 2020 Billboard Awards, Killer Mike’s banking venture (27:03), Diddy’s political party, new music from Benny The Butcher (52:30), PARTYNEXTDOOR, T.I., Young Nudy and others, Bubble concerts, new merch from the Podcast (92:20) and more.
On this episode: a slower news week brings about discussions on the NBA finals and the future of the league (10:50), the state of politics in America and a Kanye campaign update, new music (45:18), Cardi B and Offset’s public divorce spawns a discussion on relationships (55:05), a company on a path to change how music publishing is treated (70:54) and much more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the presidential debate (06:22), new music from 21 Savage (32:19), Jay Electronica, Westside Gunn and Bryson Tiller, The Savage x Fenty fashion show (58:50), a sports betting update, Miami in the NBA finals (71:12) and much more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the guys highlight special things taking place where they record (08:12), a climate-related clock in Time Square, Lupe Fiasco vs. Kendrick Lamar (43:15), the ethics of a Distrokid playlist payola system leads to a world where musicians set the value of a stream (60:55), new music (81:23), the Meg Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez story continues with Tory’s new album (100:15), the Joe Budden Network (121:56) and much more.
On this episode: Friend of the show FGFigueroa joins the podcast this week to discuss dispensaries coming to Florida, the Breonna Taylor settlement (17:05), Kanye West’s Twitter rant (26:26), The Social Dilemma documentary (56:44), the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (79:40), turmoil with Spotify and Joe Rogan, new music (112:08), FGFigueroa’s experience living overseas (141:46), his preference for independence and self-reliance as a creative, and much more.
On this episode: Labor Day time away from podcasting, Big Sean’s Detroit 2 (20:29), From a King to a God by Conway The Machine, new music videos from friends of the show, a tease of new Militia West clothing (49:01), 6ix9ine’s attempt to get a good interview and his album sales (60:00), gender reveals causing fires, The Travi$ Scott meal by McDonalds (76:24), Adam 22’s attempt to avoid responsibility with his platform (86:41), iHeart Radio’s Black Effect Podcast Network (99:25) and much more.
After making a brief appearance on last weeks episode, friend of the show C.O.D.A. finds his way on Bridge the Gap Podcast. Topics: C.O.D.A.’s past collaborators including XXXTentacion, Chadwick Boseman’s passing (20:28), No Ceilings on streaming platforms, The Joe Budden Podcast’s departure from Spotify (53:15), and Bella Thorne vs. the ladies on Only Fans. C.O.D.A. gives more insight on recently released music, how he met Jose (118:25), his reggaeton and latin music roots, Before and After Midnight (144:04), and much more.
On this episode: Recording artist, music producer, event promoter, and industry insider Eli Hawkins joins Bridge the Gap Podcast. Topics: Eli’s change in location (6:08), the return of Sunday Service, Nas’s King’s Disease album (30:09), the Jay-Z sabotage conspiracy, and Kim Kardashian’s mission to free C-Murder (67:11). The guys speculate on the Tik Tok United Masters agreement, Tory Lanez ousted by Meg Thee Stallion brings a discussion on what makes a man (79:41). Eli picks apart the reason for the change in scenery (109:59), how the Griselda movement is inspiring the path he’s taking and much, much more.