On The Regular Podcast 013: Collab Controversy

Your favorite podcast tag-team Manito & Reaux tackle artists teaming up in Hip-Hop. A trend that seemed to shift into turbo in 2018, was a massive influx of collaborations resulting in some of the best & worst moments of the year, not to mention rumored albums or ones fans begged for on social media. With more projects said to be in the works, the ladies of On The Regular get to the bottom of all these collab tapes!

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On The Regular Podcast 009: Mans Not Hot

"Damn, I swear sports and music are so synonymous/Cause we want to be them, and they want to be us" -Drake

The paths of Hip-Hop and Sports have always crossed in more ways than one, whether metaphors or pre-game playlists. The way some of our favorite rappers have held the mic with authority is the same way some of our favorite athletes command the court. Manito & Reaux talk the parallels of Hip-Hop & Basketball, and how the players of each ball out.

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On The Regular Podcast 007: BasketBars

"Damn, I swear sports and music are so synonymous/Cause we want to be them, and they want to be us" -Drake

The paths of Hip-Hop and Sports have always crossed in more ways than one, whether metaphors or pre-game playlists. The way some of our favorite rappers have held the mic with authority is the same way some of our favorite athletes command the court. Manito & Reaux talk the parallels of Hip-Hop & Basketball, and how the players of each ball out.

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On The Regular Podcast 003: South Rushmore

"The South got something to say!"
-Andre 3000 at the 1995 Source Awards

In a controversial moment Outkast was honored with the award for Best New Artist, which was met with boos that created the famous qoute "The South got something to say!". Little did Andre know his words would ring true decades later for artists who are currently dominating the charts, the playlists & the airwaves. Manito & Reaux give you their take on who has spearheaded the South's most recent reign & belongs atop its Mt. Rushmore.

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