We had a lot to say about the best music of 2015; so much so that we wound up splitting the podcast into two parts.

Me (Big Money), Michael Parr and Dr. Z spent the last episode counting down our ten favorite albums of 2015. In the second half, we:

-talk about our favorite singles of the year, with a healthy appreciation for Miguel’s “Coffee”, Kendrick’s “Alight”, and the return of Chic. There’s also some embarrassment regarding the appreciation of 2015 Justin Bieber, and shouts out to a song called “Drop That Kitty”.

Michael Parr also really, really wants you to check out this performance of Mr. Lamar doing “Alright”.

Elsewhere, we talk about Janet Jackson’s comeback a little more (while also shouting out the surprise return of New Order), we question Dr. Z about the bad white dancing of Popblerd associate Matt Albright, and cap our review of 2015’s live performances with a tip of the cap to the mighty Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings.

A slew of our (formerly) favorite artists vie for the Most Disappointing Album of the Year prize (including Dr. Dre, Beach House and Snoop Dogg), we collectively scratch our heads at artists like Migos and Fetty Wap, and we run through some of our most highly anticipated albums of the new year (like Ra Ra Riot, Sia, David Bowie and more).

The podcast wraps up with a remembrance of artists that passed away in 2015, with a slight detour into Scott Weiland’s recent passing and America’s bent towards reveling in train wreck behavior. Finally, proving that we all (sort of) talk about things other than music, we give props to Empire (OK, that’s technically about music, but whatever), the Purple Stuff podcast, and Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between The World And Me.

Listen in the player below, download the podcast from Liberated Syndication, listen to it there,  or give us a rip on iTunes! Enjoy, and happy holidays!!

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