The Professor and SaulGravy discuss the days when Hip-Hop resided in a special way in different regions. Attitudes, slang, fashion, and style of music were different, but still dope in each region's specific way. @TheProfessor73 @saulgravymane
As we go on a journey to celebrate the art of Hip-Hop from a Southern perspective, The Professor speaks his reality and personal history as a kid growing up at the bottom of the map in Lake Charles, Lafayette, and New Orleans Louisiana and how that journey affected his perception of Hip-Hop culture. This episode sets the table for the outside world's view of the incredibly dope quality of rap music that came from the south. Is it as celebrated as it should be, after millions and millions of...
The Professor and SaulGravy discuss the greatness and artistic qualities in rap music. If you love history, this is the show for you. The Genius Generation Podcast is here to enlighten, entertain, and edify the name of Hip-Hop.
What some call "Blaxploitation Films" of the 1970's, I call it the greatest renaissance of artistic and creative freedom, ever. This led to another era of "geniuses" creating timeless art thru music. The 90's Golden Era of Hip-Hop. The Professor and SaulGravy discuss those influences, along with our usual discussion of historic dates. Instagram: @theprofessor73 @thegeniusgenerationpodcast firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the **@theprofessor73** and **@SaulGravymayne** as they open the discussion of high-end fashion's place and relevance in the culture that was just fine without it. In light of recent events involving high-end foreign designers, we talk about history of "being fly" and the lofty aspirations to ascend to a level of status that is unrealistic for most. @theprofessor73 @thegeniusgenerationpodcast email@example.com
The Professor and SaulGravy discuss the sometimes lethal mixture of Hip-Hop culture and politics. Why can't they be mutually exclusive? @theprofessor73 www.thegeniusgeneration.net firstname.lastname@example.org
The Professor is joined by a pillar in the New Orleans Hip-Hop Community, "Uptown" Charlie V. We sit and talk about what it means to be a southern born and raised B-Boy. There is history to be heard. The Genius Generation is here to capture that history of the south in Hip-Hop. Charlie discusses his early musical influences, and how that led to being a mover of the culture. Please check out some of his work [Uptown Artwerx](www.uptownartwerx.com).
**The Professor** sits down with **Daddy-O**, the Hip-Hop icon and founding member of legendary group **Stetsasonic**. He talks about the genesis of Stetsasonic, producing the anthem **"Top Billin,"** his favorites from the South, and comraderie of rap artists in the 80's, among other things.