When Hip Hop meets business, you must adapt, you must adapt to your environment. Who are your friends? Will they be there when shit goes bad? How Takashi fucked himself.
Ray Jay Kim Kardasian and moving on to some super weed and is anyone hungry for some Taco Bell or real Mexican food? What's up with that DNA testing shit? Anyone out there want us to give Narcos some focus on the podcast?
Men under question continued
Our we experiencing a sensitive society? The prejudice and racism not only against other groups but groups within.
The Game, poking at Ye with his own wife. Hip Hop tainted history of low blows in the spit game.
Mack 10, Notorious BIG, E-40 what do they all have in common?
On this early 2019 episode of Cigars and Hip Hop, we get into some Souja Boy and his ranting he recently did on the Breakfast Club. Should rappers today thank him for who they are cause he created them or their style?
Weed, yeah, some of us is smoking some.
Hip Hop where is hip hop today and how will it survive?
Takashi what's up with that kid? What's up with R Kelly
Mike Tyson and Tupac also went through similar issues but is it a case of success, bad persons behaving horribly bad or...
Today we get 2019 started with discussion on the Fyre Festival, cigars and some other small talk. Join us! Cigars and Hip Hop is a show about cigars, drinks and Hip Hop we love from the perspective of those who grew up in the Hip Hop Golden Age Era.
On this last episode of our first season, we finish with a discussion on Meek Mill's rise from Jail. We also finish off with our favorite albums of 93 - lastly women of Hip Hop back in the day compared to today
In this 4th episode, we talk about the beauty of Hip Hop and those who have provided something great to it. We also get into a discussion about Das and Suge now that his in Jail. Should record label CEOs in Hip Hop run a hood model business or a business?
SF Carnaval stories
today's social media poking on others hard compared to how Hip Hop artists used to battle and also discussion about how we've lost Hip Hop gods through some bullshit this vs. that
What about 50 Cent who like to get at people to create controversy
Takashi and his relevance or lack there of
Kanye - does anyone know what's up?
Joe Budden not coming out of retirement and his knowledge of everything
Everyone has a platform and nobody is safe
Cigar: Ave Maria (bought at Cigar International)
Mary Jane experiments - Big Chris has been into weed lately so he explain his experiment.
Cannabis business / Chris' friend in the biz - check him out at: @highsmen_
social media what can happen when you think you bad - watch out!
Das and Suge Knight beef and business models in Hip Hop and respect
and other stories
On this episode, we continue the discussion on top artists in the industry
Latest Jay-Z / Beyonce Therapy album
Long lasting relationship goals in Hip Hop
J Prince / Memoir
The artist who burns through money
The Mill Ticket advice
Nasir / Nas opinion compared to other albums he's released
Kanye West as a producer
On this episode of Cigars and Hip Hop, we discuss Tekashi69 (though it is not Big Chris' favorite subject) we talk on his response to Ludacris and how the young rapper just can't keep beef off his back.
We also talk about the biggest money makers and successful moguls of Hip Hop.
In this episode we discuss Hip Hop producers such as Kanye West and others in the industry. Why Hip Hop artists are only bound for 3 major albums in their career life. We also discuss Hip Hop beef and disses through battle rap.
American politics in 2018, a discussion on immigration as all the people of America and bad politics.
MCs that came into the game and left the game but could have made it had they gotten better production and or management.
Cigar’s we’re currently smoking including Leaf by Oscar, Verocu Tatuaje.
On this episode of Cigars and Hip Hop Big Chris discusses cigar strengths, cleansing your palete and other cigar insight. We also have a dicussion about Nas and recent reviews of his album, some aledged issues and views on bringing about these pubicly or not. By comparison, we shed light on Tupac compared to Nas when it comes to bring their issues to the rap game. The last topic brings us to discuss current issues affecting our society.