Reality Check is back! JasFly reunites with NYDelight and the ladies catch up on life since the last show: Jas recounts her SXSW hosting experience, Terrence Howard’s obsession with breasts and officially announces that she’s a cast member of VH1′s newest reality show, “The Gossip Game”! NYDelight is still floating on Cloud 9 from her Rihanna sighting and celebrates a year of being sober while Jas nurses a broken toe and a raspy voice. Chris shares his “encounter” with MTA and cameos are made by Jas’s father and Assistant Stephanie – episode 26 is Jas and NYDelight as you know them best.
About Combat JackAttorney, author and radio personality Reggie Ossé is an established authority in all things urban entertainment. He is considered the first in today’s new wave of savvy attorneys well versed and nurtured in Urban, Hip Hop and Popular culture. He is the author of “Bling, The Hip Hop Jewelry Book”, a cultural anthropology coffee table book which provides an in depth and entertaining study of man’s fascination with jewelry spanning back to the birth of civilization.
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Three times is the charm, right? This week on FANBROS we discuss how the season finale of The Walking Dead should have been the series finale, why dragon fishing is the best thing on TV this week, and the fact that Uncanny Avengers isn’t racist just silly.
Plus The Masked Curmudgeon aka The Ginger King aka Matt Razz sits in with The Bros.
If you’re a fan of Howard Stern, you know about King Of All Blacks. He stopped by to talk about his relationship with Stern going back to 1987, the status of his Sirius XM 101 Black on Black Show, how he came up as a fancy negro and whether or not he plays a minstrel role on the Stern Show. Brothers Eric and Jeff Rosenthal of Its The Real Fame talk about their first rap mixtape ‘Urbane Outfitters” with DJ Drama… I didn’t know they could really rap. ‘Urbane Outfitters, Vol. 1″ is out now!
On the second episode of Fan Bros the crew discusses The Walking Dead and why we probably won’t get that Merle and Daryl spin off show, anticipates the return of Game of Thrones and who should slap Joffrey this season. Plus we get into what comics we are reading this week, and what exactly do you call the female version of a fanbro? Fangal? Fanwoman? FanBra? Press play and welcome to another edition of Fan Bros.
This week on The Read’s fifth episode, Fury and Crissle marvel at Blue Ivy’s height and fantastic diet. Kim Kardashian is still pretty dumb and Rick Ross raps about rape. Also, Crissle reads a queen in the name of natural hair!
Crustified Dibbs breaks down why Eminem took his spot, why he jerked Attorney Reggie Osse out of $10,000, the time the Notorious B.I.G. smacked the schitt out of his man, how it was nothing for him to grow up with murderers and killers in his home, how he went from being the most wanted emcee to no one returning his calls, who at Jive Records is a Fuckyberg, how minor leagues money is better than the major leagues and why he remains one of the most respected lyricists in the game.
On the premier episode of Fan Bros the bros talk about The Walking Dead and the defecation habits of zombies, Combat Jack, DJ Benhameen and comic book writer Chico Leo catch up on the latest news around Iron Man 3 and Guardians Of The Galaxy movie, and we debate whether comic books are still relevant in the modern age.
On this week’s episode of The Read, Fury and Crissle celebrate Beyoncé’s right to stunt on these peasants. Keyshia Cole gets her ketchup-colored wig ripped to shreds and Rihanna is still high as hell. Plus, fake famous people get read for points. Tune in now!
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This week, we welcome the Super Thug aka N.O.R.E. and get to the bottom of the long standing “beef” between P.A.P.I. and “super attorney” Reggie Ossé. Noreaga speaks on his history with Mobb Deep, Notorious B.I.G., Tragedy, Capone, Chris Lighty and other rap luminaries. Plus, Nore tells us about his trip to the fat farm to visit the late, great Big Pun. Get ready for Combat!!!
Sak passe Internets!!! This week, Grammy award winning and former Haitian presidential candidate Wyclef Jean sets the record straight about the #YELE charity organization accusations, the Ducati and pum pum shorts incident, intmate music making moments with Lauryn Hill, carrying Haiti on his back. the legacy of the Fugees and drops a freestyle that you’ll need Rosetta Stone to decipher through. Please remember, it’s #YELE not #YOLO!
While Jas is away on business; Sean Malcolm & Whitney Cunningham hold NYdelight down in the studio. Last heard on episode 17; Mr. Malcolm was then taken as well as the EIC at King Magazine.. Oh how things have changed just like the season.. Whitney breaks down Sean in psychographics, also talks ciroc, top model, playing the field and the wonderful experience of working with Puff. Sean and Whitney discuss cuffing season coming to a close, what is next and NYdelight is lost in transition.
The great people behind The Combat Jack Show lost their minds and allowed me to host my own podcast. So, of course, I had to grab my beautiful and shade-filled friend, Crissle, and The Read was born.
This will be a weekly podcast where Crissle and I discuss everything from living in New York City, entertainment news, gossip and shit that gets on our nerves. – sofurious.com
Welcome to The Read, featuring Celebrity Analyst/Shade Connoisseur Kid Fury and writer/NYC hater Crissle! Join the fun as they throw deserved shade, break down the latest in pop culture and revel in all things Beyonce.
This week, those getting read include the writers of Law and Order: SVU’s “Rihanna” episode, Keri Hilson and corny people.
The “People’s Choice”, DJ Envy stops by to talk about his role as the devil’s advocate on the Breakfast Club, his recent admission of infidelity to his wife, how other dj’s ain’t playing right, getting a gun pulled on him by Nas, and tells us his strategy to “kill a muthafucker breathin’”. We also get a call from The Boondocks TV series character Uncle Ruckus, who asks us for a handout and waxes poetic on the day’s race-related hot topics.
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In this episode of Reality Check, JasFly and NYDelight dig into the events of the week: did Tyler, The Creator take a shot at Jas? Wait, NYDelight got curved for Valentine’s Day? And what’s up with all the domestic abuse in the news this week? This week’s guest YouHeardThatNew.com creator/event host LowKey (@LowKeyUHTN) shares what he did (and didn’t do) on Valentine’s Day, why reality TV a lá “Love & Hip Hop” is not for him, and pleads his case against being called “Hollywood”. Taking time out of his busy schedule from revamping the blogger lane, Low manages to give some sound advice on love and forgiveness – #LowKeyFixMyLife coming soon? Anything can happen! Have any comments, questions, or know the actual origin of Mendeecees Harris’s name? Send all that to firstname.lastname@example.org!
In her most in-depth interview ever, Love and Hip-Hop creator Mona Scott-Young discusses the passing of her former Violator Management partner and friend Chris Lighty; addresses the criticisms of Love & Hip-Hop head on; talks about when rap stars like LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes were real larger than life stars and how she’d really like to work with Maino. We went Hollywood on this one.
It’s a Valentine’s Day well spent with the ladies of Reality Check as JasFly and NYDelight sit down with The Source’s Kim Osorio (@kimosorio1); get out your pen and paper and take notes as the esteemed editor-in-chief dishes on what women should do (and not do) during the courting stage, what men should REALLY expect after the honeymoon, and choosing between family and the industry. Kim also discusses her controversial tell-all, 2008′s “Straight From The Source”, and why hip hop wouldn’t be her first choice of industry for her children to work in. Thoughts? Comments? Questions? Share them with us at email@example.com
Star and Buc Wild. Couldn’t control these cats, even with Dallas Penn on deck. In a rare interview, Star shared his past, how he was an actual street pimp in New York City in the early 1980′s, how he went to war with a handgun against a Dominican chick armed with and uzi and got sprayed up, his cocaine and mescaline fueled days, how he pimped MTV, Hot 97 and Power 105, why he has no issue with Big Tigger, how he’s never been impressed with Howard Stern, his love for DJ Vlad, what his hate is really about, how he doesn’t know who the fuck Just Blaze is, how someone who doesn’t fux with Hip Hop became a Hip Hop icon and more. This was too much. Dig in my cousin.
The dynamic duo reunite with Chris Morrow who shares subtle racist thoughts, incite on black history month, and reality check dating white men. Chris angrily calls myth while Nydelight says fact on size and who is indeed bigger below the belt. Jasfly has been extremely busy working on several projects; her latest the Dreammix- an inspirational musical project sure to delight. Kid Fury joins the ladies to talk blogging, branding, and the Big Apple take over. The dynamic duo get X-RATED when Kid Fury gives shade, drops dimes and turns up!!!
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It’s the Box That Rocks! Ralph McDaniels, founder of the seminal Video Music Box talks thirty years of history. Highlights include how Big Daddy Kane shot someone causing him to miss “The Symphony” video shoot, how we wasn’t fucking with Mr. Magic at first, gunplay at NaS’s “It Ain’t Hard To Tell” video shoot, running with a young and grimy Russell Simmons, allowing a young Jay-Z to play hype man for the Notorious B.I.G. and how really good he is in these streets. This is #RapHistoryMonth b. #Newmanati.
Pusha T discusses the differences in working with The Neptunes and Kanye, why Big Daddy Kane > Rakim, how Big Sean is really a problem within the G.O.O.D Music camp, why rappers like Rick Ross can’t ever really get away from the streets, how he can’t ever be right with Consequence, how he threw a shot at Combat, the possible name for the next Clipse album and more.
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Reality Check featuring Jasfly and Nydelight record a special Friday night episode with special guests TDE’s own Punch and Terrence Martin. Apologies for the delay… Just press play.. The dynamic duo unite for another must listen episode..
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