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.
During a week where not much happened, the Bridge the Gap boys find plenty to cover including Jose’s contribution to recently released music (16:11), the new home for the show, AMC’s reopening plans, 100 years of the negro league, and Drake’s new single (35:20). Cyhi’s contributions to Travis Scott’s Astroworld, Apple vs. Fortnite (54:12), a debate on the value of a podcast, Jose revives the good news segment (79:50) and much more.
After sometime away from podcasting the guys return to update where they are on the podcasting journey, and go over a couple things that recently happened such as the Fivio Foreign shooting, WAP by Cardi B, and the latest Verzuz battle. Some of the can’t miss moments from the last few weeks: Tory and Meg Thee Stallion, Kanye’s presidential rally (24:30), the Migos vs. QC lawsuit, Spotify’s aggressive play with podcasting (65:22), new additions to Netflix, the return of the NBA + MLB (104:00) and more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast BIG P runs out of excuses, holds himself accountable and the guys reflect on Florida becoming the virus epicenter of the world. The guys also go over the Jada Pinkett Red Table Talk (14:02), the viral Wayfair sex trafficking conspiracy, T.I. vs 50 Cent (44:50), and Pusha T’s verse on the unreleased Pop Smoke song (56:40). New music from Snow Aalegra, Chewy Newton (74:32), Boldy James and much more.
On this episode: July 4th, the BET awards and the upcoming Master P content (24:41), the posthumous Pop Smoke album (37:31), and BIG P breaks with Kanye after recently released music (51:27). The news with Jada, Will, and August Alsina brings up commitment and marriage (75:20), the cancellation of DJ Akademiks (101:39) and more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the guys recognize a significant milestone on their podcast journey (5:59). Other topics discussed: Face mask dissonance, new music from Teyana Taylor, Pierre Bourne and Lil’ Baby (31:41), the Alicia Keys vs. John Legend Verzuz battle, J. Cole vs Noname (55:45), BIG P shares his take on Apple after WWDC 2020, Mia Khalifa, the YZYGAP announcement (86:24) and more.
Since post-quarantine, part of the last few weeks consisted of comments on the stock market during this global pandemic. This week the Bridge the Gap boys are joined by two of the three Stock Snipers to share their story. Topics include what exactly the Stock Snipers do, OTC stocks (14:28), Robinhood and recent headlines with the broker (37:32), the time they met Timothy Sykes (64:28), moving from trading as a hobby to trading as a lifestyle, how their approach is perfect for working people, an exclusive announcement on the future of The Stock Snipers (89:14), what to look for when investing vs trading (101:00), and much more.
On this episode: A city in their backyard with a name that needs to be changed (09:45), NASCAR’s changes, and Kyrie Irving’s reaction to the return of the NBA is covered (19:02). Jose breaks down Spongebob’s big announcement, Dave Chappelle’s newest special, new music from Lil’ Baby (42:52) and Pop Smoke, another attempt from Tekashi 69 for relevance, B Simone’s comments regarding relationship expectations (65:55), Spike Lee’s newest film, next weeks guests, and much more.