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24. That's an Awful Hot Album You Dropped: Kamikaze by Eminem

Our review of Eminem's brave and controversial new record Kamikaze. We also discuss his previous album Revival and our childhoods in New York City and Gallup, New Mexico. Oi oi, whoop whoop, it's a new Stitch Gang 4 you loko mother effers!


23. Grab Bag: Z Money, Shoreline Mafia x SOBxRBE, Trippie Redd x Chief Keef, 70th Street Carlos

A bag of gift-rapped goodies are these four songs, Joe. Listen along as we cover all this hot NEW hip hop. Here is a YouTube Playlist to follow along with: Grab Bag 3 Playlist — [5:00] "80 Bands" -Z Money p. Lil Mexico Beatz [13:20] "Da Move" -Shoreline Mafia and SOBxRBE p. ZachOnTheTrack [22:11] "BILAP" -Trippie Redd f. Chief Keef p. ChopSquadDJ [30:55] "Change On Me" -70th Street Carlos p. JaeRocTheTracka Listen to the So Many Shrimp Radio episode we...


22. Chasing Travis Scott, ASTROWORLD

(yeah) (it's lit) (straight up) You know we had to cover our man Travis' new album, Astroworld. We spend the entire time comparing it to Kanye's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and some of the time comparing it to ASAP Rocky's Testing. We talk about super producer Mike Dean a lot, Kanye's right hand man. He doesn't play anything as epic as the guitar on on "Devil in a New Dress" on here. Oh well. Stay tuned to the end where I basically have a breakdown. One of our longer episodes here...


21. Rico Nasty/Fantano Go On Stitch Gang

We review Rico's Nasty. We love Rico. We discuss anime, maggots, and how to get our clout up. Also I know we hinted at a big guest this week, but no Fantano is not on this episode (as we discuss after the review section). Still, it's part 21 dude, do it! Twitter: @stitchgang


20. Copy and Paste Malone: Hello Juice WRLD

In their review, Stitch Gang Tha Tour called the record "lame," "cynical," and "melodramatic," while questioning the authenticity of the Juice WRLD persona, but ultimately decided to rate the record a 7, above Pitchfork Media's score. That's an example of what you can insert into the Wikipedia article for Juice WRLD's Goodbye & Good Riddance. As not many outlets have covered it, we think you could get away with it. Please. Anyone who knows how to edit Wikipedia. I spend a lot of time here...


19. Discussing A Record I Insist On Calling Sremmlife 3

We open up by arguing about which was the worse beat on the album, but I think we really did enjoy Rae Sremmurd's SR3MM, which we review in this episode. Still, it was a little too much Rae Sremmurd. We discuss our own burnout on the record and whose stock rose and fell. We didn't discuss Future's verse, but it's very good and we are lucky to have him. Here's proof Swae Lee retweeted! Follow me @frrrrrrrank


18. Adamn son where'd you find this?

We review Adamn Killa's (KILLA!) Adamn Everlasting. Dang, Chicago is going off right now. Sorry for all of Tyrone's plosives, I'll fix that. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and follow us on Twitter @StitchGang


17. Big Trouble in Mike WIll mADEinTKYO

Live to tape from Paris, France and Albuquerque, New Mexico USA, it's Part 17! We review the major label debut from Atlanta's Trouble, Edgewood, produced by the prolific Mike Will. If you're in the Southwest, make sure to catch DJ Drinkman's Cinco de Mayo gig in ABQ (flyer). Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Follow us on Twitter @StitchGang


16. Tha Tour, Pt. 1 Tribute and 03 Greedo's Wolf of Grape Street

Happy fourth anniversary to Rich Gang: Tha Tour, Pt. 1! My Birdman impression came out like Barrack Obama? I'm now thinking of what we can do for the 5th anniversary, I think it can be huge. After the tribute, we get into Wolf of Grape Street from 03 Greedo, the best crip rapping today. Even though he disrespected Tupac by saying that All Eyez On Me (Benny Boom, 2017) was so bad that Biggie rolled in his grave hard enough to drill over to Tupac's grave and beat him in an undead rap...


15. Grab Bag: the Chicago Special: Rico Nasty, Bbymutha, Valee, Vic Mensa

Lots of singing on this, the second Stitch Gang grab bag; you have to wait till the end to hear Tyrone sing though. Listen to the tracks on our Youtube playlist. [ 3:30 ] // "Trust Issues" - Rico Nasty p. Kenny Beats [ 10:45 ] // "BBC" -Bbymutha p. Rock Floyd [ 15:50 ] // "Juice & Gin" - Valee p. Rio Mac + "Dim Sum" - Valee and Vic Mensa p. Apex Martin w. Mike Dean and Cubeatz Correction: I kept saying Rico Nasty is from Chicago, she's actually from the DMV.


14. Reel Viewz: Black Panther (la di da)

Kendrick Lamar's "Inspired by Disney/Marvel Studio's Black Panther" album! We go over "King's Dead," T'Challa's jui-jitsu, who we're generally sick of in this hip hop game. Also Tyrone's Nature World Night Out review. We didn't cover the music in depth too much, but when we actually hung out in Albuquerque a couple weeks ago the only song we played in the car was "King's Dead," so... Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts and book DJ @Drinkmaaan for your...


13. Navihaters Unite: Drip Season 3 by Gunna ft. George Potter aka @yayodancing

After discussing Gunna's "Almighty" in Part 11's grab bag, we discuss his latest full-length, Drip Season 3. We are joined by George Potter aka @yayodancing, founder of the original No Jumper site [keywords no jumper podcast adam22 podcast lil yachty lil pump] and pillar of rap tumblr in its heyday. Somehow I'm still not into Max B after all these years so I will never be one of the cool kids. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen and tell a friend! Follow us on...


12. cupcakKe: Finding the Creamy Center ft. David Drake

We welcome Chicago's David Drake aka @somanyshrimp to discuss the new album from cupcakKe, Ephorize. A very meta convo where we get into where she's at and where she's going as pinpointed and shadowed by this new record. I forgot to say cupcakKe reminds me of KRS-One, that would've sounded smart. Read David's interview with cupcakKe and his piece on cupcakKe and irony. Also read this profile by Myles Tanzer in the FADER that I should have read before recording this show. Subscribe on...


11. Grab Bag: Drake, Genasis, Lil Pump, Gunna

Tha first ever Stitch Gang Grab Bag. This is like a pit stop, I guess. Let's check in with *Joe Budden Voice* The Culture. I promised a DJ Trilly Ocean mix, but again the Southwest's hottest new DJ did not come through. You will have to go to Albuquerque at this point. Listen to this episode's playlist on Spotify. [2:32] Drake - "Diplomatic Immunity" [15:12] OT Genasis - "Too Blessed" [19:38] Lil Pump p. Carnage - "i Shyne" [27:24] Gunna f. Hoodrich Pablo Juan p. Turbo -...


10. Rest in Peace Lil Peep

We review the work of Lil Peep (1996-2017), the prolific rapper/singer who put out five full-lengths in two years before passing away in November. We discuss his vision, his potential, and what could have and would have been, as well as my realization that he would have have ushered in my long-anticipated return of mainstream rap-rock. We mostly talked about Hellboy and "The Song They Played (When I Crashed Against The Wall)". We call him emo and pop punk, sorry Lil Tracy. I couldn't get...


Part 9: A. G. Cook Chef Knife, Pop 2 by Charli XCX ft. Meaghan Garvey

Our Charli XCX coverage continues as we are joined by Pitchfork contributor Meaghan Garvey to review Charli's newest tape, Pop 2. Topics include a review of Takashi 69's yah mon sandwiches, Pop 2 vs. Number 1 Angel, Farrah Abraham, the past, present, and future of PC Music, and how many times we cried listening to the record (Tyrone didn't for the record, cold). Sorry I couldn't think of a better title. Read Meaghan's review in Pitchfork and her Pitch article on PC Music. Follow her on...


Part 8: Big Sean's Detroit Metro Aria ft. Al Shipley

We bring out musician and freelance writer Al Shipley (real-life music critic!) to discuss the collalbum from Big Sean and Metro Boomin. We examine the phenomenon of Big Sean, his self-care routine, and my top three least favorite rappers! (I say Travis Scott twice, but I meant him and 21 Savage.) Al's daughter also makes a cute cameo you won't want to miss! Al's Twitter: @AlShipley, Metro Boomin playlist by Al on Dowser's, his 2017 Top 20 Radio Hits. Here's a link to the interview we...


Part 7: Tha Tour Hits New York y la Raperia Indígena de Nitty Scott

I said this is Part 8 but it's 7. I was faded off Legal Lean I'm sorry. Tyrone visited me in NY, where the hottest rapper is--WHO!!? We danced awkwardly and didn't catch Nitty Scott but here we talk about her new album Creature! Here's a video of her performing on Chris Gethard, not sure if this is what Tyrone was referencing. As always, support our sponsor Legal Lean by pouring up a deuce and queuing up tha Stitch! Please contact us for sponsorship opportunites, esp. if you're a...


Zone 6: Tha Stitch vs. Radric Davis

Stitch Gang Tha Book Club. We discuss The Autobiography of Gucci Mane, published September 19, 2017. We also discuss UFC 218 (holy shit) and, briefly, UFC 100 yay MMA! For the record my favorite Gucci Tape is the Burrrprint 3D and The Return of Mr. Zone Six and Tyrone's is Chicken Talk (he shares this opinion with Gucci, actually). As always thank you to our sponsor Legal Lean. It will not leave you constipated for years on end. Pour up a deuce and queue up the Stitch! Hit us up on...


Part 5: Piss Brown, Shartbreak on a Full Moon

Listen along (or not) as we go track by track on the double-disc epic Heartbreak on a Full Moon by Piss Brown, awful man. Please torrent the album. I had to go do something with my day other than listen to this we only did 40 songs and not the 5 bonus tracks. I was drinking mimosas and I thought I didn't feel that drunk but in editing it seems I was. Tyrone was geeking as well. I apologize if the editing is messed up at points, huge chucks of my audio were cut off so I had to do a lot of...