During this weeks episode, things start off with BIG P asking the listeners a question while reporting on Apple funding their own exclusive podcasts (17:14) and Drake’s distancing from Apple brings DeLaSerg to point out a key statistic connected to his career. The fellas give a Puerto Rico update, and congratulate Meg Thee Stallion on her ownership achievement (38:20). Mig introduces the XXL freestyles, and the guys celebrate where the culture is and pose a couple questions while highlighting Meek Mill and Jay-Z’s joint business venture. BIG P proposes some plans for September in Atlanta to Bridge the Gap at REVOLT (55:39), the guys give an A$AP Rocky update and talk about the new Good Thinking collection. BIG P reinforces his perspective on the future of video streaming and Jose gets in his float bag about the stock price of Netflix (1:15:00).
This week we find the Bridge the Gap boys talking nice for a little without Mig. After recapping and updating amongst themselves, they go over legal troubles of a couple high-profile figures within the culture, the unrest in Puerto Rico, Trump and A$AP Rocky, and Beyonce executive producing the soundtrack to the new Lion King movie (31:35). More new music is covered, and the guys speculate on whether Chance The Rapper can outdo himself on his “debut album”. Things get nostalgic after recognizing 11 years of “A Kid Named Cudi” (1:01:39) and BIG P somehow connects Ultra 2020 to A$AP Rocky. Jose shares his comments on the Kanye West leak and the fellas close with some good news.
On this episode of Bridge the Gap Podcast we find the guys recapping the first event they were all present for (13:06), another event BIG P and DeLaSerg have been teasing for a few weeks, and the nostalgic 2019 OVO fest line-up. The guys pick apart Jermaine Dupri’s out of touch comments (44:29), another article supporting BIG P’s argument on Netflix and video streaming trends, and a couple updates from two of the guys favorites in their business endeavors (1:17:51). Jadakiss’s comments on artist management are addressed and the guys feel the impact of their efforts after seeing the response to a MIEUX magazine tweet (1:46:48). The Battle of the Carters episode is teased again and the guys close with some good news.
This week the Bridge the Gap boys get into a lot! They start off highlighting an event taking place this weekend (7:35), Scooter Braun finds his way into the conversation again, and the Russ Joe Budden pull up interview brings Jose to revive a phrase from season one. Dreamville’s Revenge of the Dreamers III leads to a heated discussion on J. Cole’s recent decisions and the interpretation of its impact (26:41). Lil’ Nas X, an explosion in Plantation over the weekend and A$AP Rocky’s legal troubles are also covered. The fellas give focus to women in rap music which leads to a dialogue on double standards with expectations from men vs. women (50:26). The NBA, free agency, and changes in the league bring BIG P to ask if the Eastern Conference will continue to be entertaining. The guys revisit conversations on video streaming content and anticipate something new from Hulu (1:12:41). The guys bring Bitcoin back up, some good news, and a lot more.
On this weeks episode, the Bridge the Gap boys start off with some sports as another soccer tournament is currently underway. They dive into a slew of new music from artists such as Benny The Butcher, Daniel Ceasar, Chris Brown, Freddie Gibbs and much more. Music discussions lead to questioning the reception Chris Brown gets (48:54), predictions on the return of Rihanna the musician, speculating on Nicki Minaj’s next move and recapping the BET awards. After covering the Universal catalog fire, reports on Netflix’s trouble with NBC pits Jose and Miguel against Big P on whether people will continue to use Netflix (1:32:25). The good news segment makes a return.
This week we find Anonymuz, a rapper discussed on previous episodes join the conversation with the Bridge the Gap boys. They start going over his path to this point, some stories on BIG P’s role in his early career (9:33), and the difference between an EP and an album. They also get into his leap of faith moment in 2016, his opinions on Florida artists and them capitalizing on the moment, and more memories with Jose lead to how he stays grounded (46:14). Between questions on songs from Vice City and There Is No Threat, plus congratulating him on his connection to the talent agency merger report, he speaks on a moment where he suffered from writers block and its connection to his most recent project. Anon also shares insight on Denzel Curry’s influence with relation to his stream of consciousness (59:28), Jose points out how Anonymuz is refreshing to him in the streaming era, DeLaSerg asks about his top 3 favorite animes, they all go over the 2019 XXL cover (1:15:00), and much more is discussed.
During this weeks episode, Miguel returns to start off speaking on the job offer the guys brought up last week, BIG P brings up a couple live events taking place in coming weeks (11:43), and the four gentlemen dive into a slew of new music. Besides new music Common’s new book, and updates on DJ Khaled’s “reactions” lead to highlighting legacy act strategies in the streaming era (46:58). Discussions on Roc Nation Sports and the Brooklyn Nets, Miley Cyrus’s weak response to appropriation accusations, and reflections on The Warm Up & Thank Me Later take place (1:03:40) and the guys close this week with good news celebrating another legacy rap artist.
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.