This week Jose, BIG P, and DeLaSerg get to business going straight into national politics and its local impact on BIG P (4:15). The guys pick apart and appreciate Jay-Z’s billion dollar milestone and comment on DJ Khaled’s reaction to his first week sales report (21:33). Future’s new EP leads to BIG P asking if Future’s lost his edge, Drake and Chris Brown’s new song is discussed, and the guys question which produces a better result between drinking and podcasting or podcasting drunk. Technology comes up this week when the fellas discuss the job offer Miggtm received. The Netflix series When They Us by Ava Duvernay (49:39), a Talent agency merger report, and the NBA Finals are covered. Predictions on new music from Drake should the Raptors win, reports on the Beyhive’s sting during the NBA finals (1:08:54), and Jose suggests a cook-off between two friends (1:15:48). The guys close with some good news attached to a favorite of topics amongst the guys.
On this weeks episode, the guys start off by paying respect to an educator Jose and DeLaSerg were familiar with. The guys recap the AUX WARS event mars3times mentioned a couple weeks back and the guys give their takeaways from the artists they saw perform (23:35). An engagement, Warner Bros. Records, and Denzel Curry’s new album and the timing of its release is discussed (57:49). The Lil’ Weezyana festival’s 5th year line-up and Kanye Wests’ interview with David Letterman are picked apart (1:10:45). The success seen from IGOR, new music coming from Freddie Gibbs + Madlib, and plans on Otero vs. Jose’s “Battle of the Carters” begin (1:35:32). The guys close sharing good news and more respects are paid.
During this weeks episode, the fellas go over Wu-Tang’s recent Showtime series, a recent report on The Notorious B.I.G’s legacy, a boxer’s Roc Nation Sports lawsuit (23:14), and new music from J. Cole, Young Thug & Travi$ Scott. The fellas congratulate all parties involved and comment on Hitman Fuego’s Around the Way music video (43:36), Amazon’s bold new offer for gift cards, and Drake breaking the Drake sports curse (56:30). Feelings on Game of Thrones are shared, BIG P and DeLaSerg tease another event, and the guys revisit the discussion on music movies, biopics, and documentaries (1:16:34). More developments are briefly covered on the future of the podcasting industry, the fellas thank listeners for the success of last weeks podcast (1:34:24), and some good news is shared.
This week of the Bridge the Gap Podcast features Dash Radio personality, fashion brand owner, and Youtuber mars3times having an interesting conversation with the Bridge the Gap boys where the interviewer gets interviewed. Some of what’s covered: Mars’s Journey from the Miami underground music scene to working closely with YesJulz in LA (16:00), Mars as the interviewer doing his own research on Hip-Hop media’s impact on this podcast (35:37), the YouTube music production phenomenon (56:42), newly released music, new collections from marsmarsmars clothing (1:16:44), his favorite interviews he’s done (1:31:05) and much more.
On this weeks episode, the guys start off with Jose sharing his recent exploration into minimalism (3:55). Reports on Kurtis Blow’s health and the impact of Rolling Loud is covered. Jose and BIG P got mixy last week and shared their experience at the Rxdical Records pop-up event (22:05). More music with Logic’s comments on sample clearances (40:09), Hip-Hop’s influence on the Billboard charts (53:22), and upcoming artists (1:00:58). Ayesha Curry’s recent comments lead BIG P to question if humans are insatiable (1:06:17), and the price of Bitcoin comes up again (1:22:47). The guys close this week by sharing good news about firefighters throughout Florida (1:32:25).
After a couple weeks away from podcasting, Jose, BIG P, and DeLaSerg reunite with a lot to address and a lot of energy throughout the discussion. The guys cover their time away from recording and start by recapping the Joe Budden Podcast Miami live show (10:29). Jose picks apart, comments, and makes connections to Kanye West’s Sunday Service Coachella performance (20:02). The fellas pay their respects to John Singleton, and fall into a heated discussion on films deviating from comic book storylines while addressing Avengers: Endgame (51:40). Reviewing Jay-Z’s B-Sides 2 concert brings BIG P to ask if there are any other artists that could pull off the same form of concert (1:01:00). Reports on Woodstock’s cancellation and a possible revival of the Fyre app and Fyre Festival cause BIG P and DeLaSerg to speculate. The guys take a moment to address record labels and their recently reported dealings with Travis Scott and Maxo Kream (1:23:25). Jose and BIG P close by introducing a new weekly segment as a part of the second season (1:37:42).
This is a special upload where Jose and BIG P take a moment to thank the listeners for supporting them thus far. Moments of celebration, recognition, reinforcement, and humility are scattered throughout announcements on the future of the show. The winner of the first Podcast giveaway will be announced this week via social media. The second season of Bridge the Gap podcast will begin Tuesday, May 7th.
On the final episode of the first season of Bridge the Gap Podcast, J-Wizz of Kamp Ground and Caroline Wear joins the guys to discuss his creative endeavors and some topics. They start off going over the end of the Dwayne Wade era in Miami, Virgil Abloh’s influence on J-Wizz (16:45), Coachella, and Beyonce’s Netflix documentary. Jose asks J-Wizz about inclusivity in his creative process, and the fellas play a throwback song from him and Papo Cartier (39:09). HBO’s backtracking on Michael Jackson, the possibilities of a sequel Drake and Future project (58:15), the French Montana sample lawsuit, Nipsey Hussle’s celebration of life at the Staples Center, new music from Mikey More, Tut, Anderson .Paak and more is covered. The fellas close out the first season by answering a couple questions from listeners (1:29:30) and falling into a conversation on film. Find J-Wizz, and both his brands on Twitter and Instagram in the description on our website bridgethegappod.com
This weeks episode of Bridge the Gap Podcast starts off by paying respect to Nipsey Hussle, reflecting on his influence, and going over the most recent developments. The guys go over Kanye's last minute Coachella gig (23:13), and go over Beyoncé’s new Adidas deal. BIG P & DeLaSerg make statements on the Miami concert market, and the guys feed into Game of Thrones hype (54:05). The price of bitcoin, Jeff Bezos’s marital issues, and the Old Town Road remix are covered. The first Podcast giveaway is announced (1:11:02) and much more is addressed. Submit questions you would like Jose and BIG P to answer on the show by emailing the podcast or DM the podcast on social media, questions will be answered next week.
On this weeks episode of Bridge the Gap Podcast, BIG P’s partner Los subs in for DeLaSerg and a couple interesting things are covered. An algorithm landing a record deal and it’s impact on listeners and musicians, (12:48) the fellas revisit and react to Apple’s event and the new products announced, the newest updates on Lil Uzi Vert’s career (25:41), and a brief rundown of Anonymuz’s There is No Threat takes place. (38:43) Predictions on Big Sean’s new music are made (48:21), and Lil’ Nas X being removed from country charts by Billboard is questioned (55:38). Submit questions you would like Jose and BIG P to answer on the show by emailing the Podcast or DM the podcast through social media, questions will be answered very soon.