The crew is joined by Fred and Mira to talk about Lonzo Ball's shoe game, Mannie Fresh regretting Cash Money's movement, top 5 Houston rappers, Miley Cyrus use of black culture and more.
The crew is joined by Big Pete and Dat Boy B to talk about the Joe Budden/ Lil Yatchy disconnect, Young M.A dude rap, Wale, and the top ten hip hop producers list. Call the voicemail line 6016419474 and chime in
The crew along with Jay Young, Fred, and Mira talk about Trump War, Aaron Hernandez suicide with a cause, who is better than Kendrick Lamar, and more,
The crew is joined by That Boy B to speek on fake news, Aaron Hernandez, the O'Reilly non factor, and review Tee Grizzley, Kendrick Lamar, and Joey Bada$$, plus more.
The trio is back together discussing Janet Jackson's divorce deal, greats past their time, and the on going top ten greatest hip hop albums of all time.
Hum V and Ill Ran link up with Jay Young to talk about Mike Epps and bad animal publicity, Bill O'Reilly vs Maxine Waters, good rap vs great rap, and more.
Ill Ran and Dj the dj are joined by guest Fred to talk kids and old tricks, false security with the president, current hip hop, and more
Ill Ran and Jay Young take over this episode 2 deep to talk about International Woman's Day, Ben "Coon" Carson, Ciara and Nikki Minaj taking more L's, worst year in hip hop and more.
Ill Ran and DJ the dj get back together to talk about "Shether" the Remy Ma diss record toward Nicki Minaj, misguided race issues, Jidenna's album The Cheif, and more
Hum V and Ill Ran, chop it up with Nikko the Great about the Houston music culture, the rap hustle, and more.
Ill Ran and Dj the dj are joined Jay Young to talk Grammy's, Valentines, review Lupe Fiasco and Big Sean, and more! Call 6016419474 to leave a voicemail for the show
Hum V and Ill Ran are joined by That Boy B to chop it up about the Houston Superbowl, the college experience, and more. 6016419474 call and leave a voicemail.
Hum V shares another unbelievable story with Ill Ran and Dj the dj, as well as talk about the Super Bowl being in Houston, alternative facts, New Edition, and crazy executive orders from Trump.
Hum V, Ill Ran, and DJ talk about posing with Trump, sounding smart to dumb people, and opinions on Cyhi the Prynce, Chance the Rapper, and Fabolous.
Hum V and Ill Ran talk about LL's open letter to Obama, Dylann Roof's sentencing, parenting excuses, and more. Call and comment 601-641-9474
Hum V, Ill Ran, and DJ the dj are back chopping it up on the new year, Mariah Carey's future, Souljah Boy and Chris Brown set trippin, The Lox, and introspective rappers vs. lyricists
Hum V, Ill Ran. and Dj the dj talk about ghostwriting, review music from Bruno Mars, J. Cole, Ab Soul, and Trip Lee, and give our best and worst albums of the year.
Hum V, Ill Ran, and Dj are joined by Miss Taia and Miss Christine to talk Lupus awareness, what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers, the Walter Scott trial, depression vs disappointment, and review new music from YG, Childish Gambino, and Smoke DZA.
Hum V, ill Ran, and Dj talk about Kanye West, insanity, review music from Z Ro, Kxng Crooked, A Tribe Called Quest, and more
Ill Ran and Dj are joined by J.A.Y. Young to chop it up on the presidential election, respond to some voicemails, and review Young Jeezy - Trap or Die 3, Bizzle - Crowns and Crosses, and O.Z. - Millionaire Mindset, along with our hip hop background.
In this episode, we go into full rap nerd mode as we talk about what makes a lyricist, Em's Campaign Speech, and review albums from The Game, TI, Joe Budden, and Dave East
The YISI crew is back to talk about Austin, the N word, Beanie Sigel vs Charlamagne, and Ran's relationship advice. Leave a comment or question for us to respond to on the next show. 6016419474
the YISI trio are back to talk about angry rap verse, the po po swinging blows, fatherless home cycle, open relationships, and Jay vs Nas.
Hum V, Ill Ran, and Dj the dj are joined by RedE and Cesar to talk about 20 years after 2pac, artists blowing up off of ghostwriters, rappers being trash vs rappers being good at hitting their market, review new projects from Vince Staples, De La Soul, and Neef Buck, and more.