COVID-19 also known as the Coronavirus almost stopped this podcast from happening, but again, the Bridge the Gap boys remind you they’re here to deliver. Topics: societal changes as a result of virus (10:02), BIG P goes full libertarian reacting to Federal Reserve policy responding to the virus, the Jay Electronica album (43:32) and much more.
On this episode: The Bridge the Gap boys do a Corona virus update, a stock connected to the virus (17:56), their MIEUX magazine Podcast of the Year nomination, Meg Thee Stallion’s legal battles (56:25), Drake’s “leak”, new Bad Bunny, Anonymuz, Lil’ Uzi Vert music + more.
This week the Bridge the Gap boys deviate from usual topics and discussions and take a week to pick apart a couple popular conspiracy theories. Topics: the illuminati and it’s connections to celebrity musicians like Elvis Presley and Stevie Wonder (08:00), the Hip-Hop police, September 11th, the assassination of John F. Kennedy (45:17), the Moon landing (65:29), and a couple more compelling conspiracies.
On this episode: The Bridge the Gap boys pay respect to Pop Smoke (4:59), Boosie’s comments on Dwayne Wade’s son and his newly released music, the Lovers and Friends music festival (31:13), and Quaden Bayles opens a discussion on internet antics. Paul Rosenberg leaving Def Jam (82:19), new music from Royce Da 5’9, Playboi Carti leaks, Baz The Nomad of Poor Amerika, Anonymuz, The Weeknd + much more!
On this episode: BIG P updates us on his journey within the stock market with Jose, Tankhead666’s arrest (20:03), Jose speaks on MLB & the Astros, and some interesting celebrity tattoos. The guys review the Who Killed Malcolm X Netflix series (40:02), the standing brooms trend, Jose asks everyone to pick 7 albums that define themselves and the 5-year anniversary of Drake’s If Your Reading This It’s Too Late (68:27). Space 150’s take on Travi$ Scott, 22G’z comments on starting Brooklyn drill, things end with an intense discussion regarding Dwayne Wade’s son (93:12) and much more is discussed.
One year of Bridging the Gap lands on the week of Valentines Day and the fellas are taking requests for BIG P’s valentine and bring their first re-occurring guest Hitman Fuego back to join the conversation. Topics discussed: Valentines Day plans, Hitman Fuego’s writers block since Before Summer Ends (22:15), Tweets about comments made on the podcast, and Gayle King along with CBS attacking Kobe Bryant. Jose and Hitman Fuego pick apart DJ Akademiks and his influence within the culture (48:54), new music from Pop Smoke and Brent Faiyaz, Meek Mill vs. Nicki Minaj on Twitter (74:44), quick strike Militia West pieces (91:39) and much more.
This week Jose, BIG P, Migg, and DeLaSerg are joined by Anonymuz’s manager and Vintage Stereon brand co-founder Shaq. Topics include: Kobe Bryant, Lil’ Wayne’s Funeral album (33:45), Rolling Loud 2020, Ma$e vs. Diddy (52:40), and Sunday Service back in town. Shaq shares the origin of Vintage Stereon (75:28), experiences with artists like Tory Lanez and Spaceghostpurrp, Westside Plague (90:37), how he met Anonymuz (100:40), what’s next for RXDICAL Records, and much more.
This week The Bridge the Gap boys cover a couple things including: Hip-Hop Evolution on Netflix (11:25), the end of relevance to the Grammys, Jose shares the story of meeting Derek Jeter, the Super Bowl in Miami and rules for everyone coming into town this week (35:23), Roc Nation brunch, the Coronavirus, predictions on Lil’ Wayne’s Funeral album (60:07), the new Motorola RAZR, the guys thank everyone for voting for the show on the 8th annual Mieux awards, and much more.
On this episode, videographer Flowercop joins the Bridge the Gap Podcast. Topics: Young Joc’s rideshare hustle, Kodak’s cries for fairness in jail, new Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees (20:57), new music from Eminem, Mac Miller, Pop Smoke (47:32), Miguel gives a review on Bad Boys for Life, and the Aaron Hernandez Netflix documentary is picked apart (72:19). Flowercop gets into how he started filming music videos (91:31), relationships with Twelvelen, Uncle Luke (101:45) and FXRBES, working for an agency, street photography, his own music (119:42) and much more.
On this weeks episode: BIG P’s birthday (05:47), stock market picks and financial literacy, Yummy by Justin Bieber (26:37), DaBaby and Trick Daddy’s recent arrests, new Future music (43:32), Don’t F*** with Cats, Love and Hip-Hop, choosing between a new Jay-Z album or a Reasonable Doubt tour (75:59) and much more.