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Before Sawchoisiz essentially takes over RhymeCast and makes a little more fun than what I've been doing, we did a little under 2 hours total of just shooting the shit and recording it.
This was to introduce him to the audience that's already here.
The stuff we talk about on these episodes are areas that where we won't go too much after this 3 episode series is over.
We'll be dealing with hip hop; particularly the emceeing aspect.
This is the last of the 3 part series of Freethought conversation with Sawchosiz.
We kick it off with Redneck Jesus and the NRA telling folks to store guns in the kids rooms.
My dude Rick Perry (Ricky P) is comparing abolishing the x-tian slave trad to keeping lgbt folks out of the boyscouts.
Sawchosiz and I talk a little about our old songs we did around 2000-2002 when we said a lot of homophobic and transphobic things in our songs and even talkin about murdering ifantile humans in our skits.
It's candid and casual folks.
The honesty in our conversation inspired me to share an old song from mid 2004 I did called "It's Real"
Where I talk insane violence... capitalism... slut shaming... fat shaming... I even make fun of a TLC member that died in the song, but I'm still willing to share it.
You can hear that song at the end.
Sawchosiz made me look up this wild azz serial killer Albert Fish from the old old old super old school days.
(May 19, 1870 – January 16, 1936)
There's a little NFL news on tax exempt status.
that right folks... NFL... Tax exempt...
....and it's Republican Senator Tom Coburn that wants to end this wacky business.
For this episode, I'll start out covering the third track on my first album (253), titled "Sing Low"
This song is 2 verses that are 2 stories.
Again... These are rhymes I wrote and recorded when I was 17 years old in 2001. What I am doing is trying to understand 17 year old me and what I was trying to get across in my art at that age.
....Because I ddin't annunciate well in these earlier songs, I'll be kind of rapping over it in the beginning and then I'll talk about it. After that we'll go into a regular Wine Cellar episode where I'll talk a bit about abortion and autism.
At the end of the show, I'll play the song as it is on the album without me rapping over the original track.
Let's have some fun.
Love that max
I had an aboriton.
This is a different kind of episode. First we get some new NRA narrative.
Then we check out some audio from a protest where groups clashed.
I share another old verse that represented growth.
We go into the second half with Sawchosiz doing some Freethought Conversation about stuff like ecological preference and fvcking hilltop.
This was supposed to be an episode with Sawchosiz, but technology has failed me.
We'll try again later this week, but that means that the show that was supposed to be for thursday gets to air today.
We talk about.... f'ing stuff man. It's unhinged, unplanned and just plain fun.
This one is me being the Kris Kross fan that I've been since 1992.
The gem behind this episode is to not discount the messanger because this person is young or using a platform or "language" you may not like.
I play and comment on the entire song "Ghetto Tears" by classic Bay Area artist Sh'Killa.
It's time to start paying attention.... to young folks.
To quote Bishop in Juice....
"Everything starts from now"
I got my dudes Steven Cooper, Mike Childs, Raymond Lawson, and Sawchosiz.
I have my subjects and my schedule.
Unless there are technical difficulties, there will be a show everyday.
For this show it starts with Chosiz and I checking out the clip of Jeff Bliss in Texas telling his teacher the real deal.
Then we have Ed Marksberry and his song "What About Us" , and audio from his interview with Nicole Sandler over that Radioornot.com.
NFL is a bearded situation and for the LFL I have more inteview audio. Then a little freethought conversation with Smallzy the smooth one.
Hey gang. I wanted to make this a Freethought Conversation episode, but I ended going for the 4th installment of RhymeCast, with a freethought conversation segment with my dude LG. (Lord Ganjah).
We're back in the wine cellar with our microphones, break beats, spray cans.
I'm calling this the H1 files because I'm harkening back to an innocent time when were just wee little lads on a hip hop site.
So let's dig into it.