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Blerd Radio 2015 | Episode 6 : More Nostalgia; Exploring The Reissue Theory

Blerd Radio 2015 | Episode 6 : More Nostalgia; Exploring The Reissue Theory

I bet you can’t wait until the deluxe reissue of this podcast, coming your way in 2035. With bonus footage!

A New Video From The "Unstoppable" Lianne La Havas

A New Video From The “Unstoppable” Lianne La Havas

If you haven’t discovered Lianne La Havas yet, now is the time.

bLISTerd: Ranking Each Of Mariah Carey's #1 Hits

bLISTerd: Ranking Each Of Mariah Carey’s #1 Hits

Mariah’s long list of chart-toppers, ranked from worst to first.

Let Miguel Pour You A Hot Cup Of "Coffee"

Let Miguel Pour You A Hot Cup Of “Coffee”

Miguel wants to get into your pants.

Revolutions On Air Gives It Up For The Greatest NY DJs Of All Time

Revolutions On Air Gives It Up For The Greatest NY DJs Of All Time

A new documentary gives props to the DJs at the center of a musical revolution.

De La Soul Still "God It" On New Track

De La Soul Still “God It” On New Track

While we wait for a full-length album, De La Soul gets an assist from Nas on a new track.

bLISTerd: Ranking Every Song To Hit #1 In 1990

bLISTerd: Ranking Every Song To Hit #1 In 1990

I rank every song to hit #1 in 1990. Let’s kick it!

Blerd Radio Travels To 1990 (Part 2!!)

Blerd Radio Travels To 1990 (Part 2!!)

(2015, Episode 4) Last week, I posted the first portion of our 2-part series celebrating all that was great (and a few things that weren’t) about 1990. While the first part focused heavily on film and TV, most of this second part is dedicated to our bread and butter-music. Here’s some of what gets discussed by  Big Money , Michael Parr , Dr. Z and The Packet Man (Michael Cunningham) in this episode: The Milli Vanilli Lip Sync Scandal: And how no one thought it odd that people who barely […]

25 Years Of Fear Of A Black Planet

25 Years Of Fear Of A Black Planet

If you were to ask me to list my favorite rap albums of all time (hey, there’s an idea for a future list),  Public Enemy’s Fear Of A Black Planet would be near the top of that list. The album broke new ground sonically and lyrically, and should be an essential part of any hip-hop fan’s collection. As a 13 year old who was already knee deep in hip-hop when Fear came out, the album was a watershed moment in my […]

"Today Today Today" Heralds James Taylor's First Album Of New Material In Over A Decade

“Today Today Today” Heralds James Taylor’s First Album Of New Material In Over A Decade

The original JT returns with his first album of new material in almost a decade and a half.

On The Horizon: New Frank Ocean Album Scheduled For July

On The Horizon: New Frank Ocean Album Scheduled For July

Praise Jeebus! New Frank Ocean music soon come!

Blerd Radio Travels To 1990! (Part One)

Blerd Radio Travels To 1990! (Part One)

Part one of a two part podcast celebrating Ninja Turtles, Cop Rock & Graffiti Bridge! Yep, we’re taking you back to 1990.