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6/9/21: COVID-19 vaccination site opens at Union Station as state hurtles toward reopening and more news

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

04:28 min | 4 months ago

6/9/21: COVID-19 vaccination site opens at Union Station as state hurtles toward reopening and more news

"This is the l. a. Times brought to you by oregon pest control don't let bugs ruined the moment oregon home is where the bugs aren't. It's wednesday june ninth. Here's today's news. It'll be mostly sunny this afternoon with a high near seventy five. It'll go down to fifty six tonight. Two suspects have been charged in the road rage. Killing of six year old aid laos on the fifty five freeway in orange. Marcus anthony every is has been charged with murder and discharge of a gun into an occupied vehicle when lee who authorities say was driving. The car has been charged with accessory after the fact and having a concealed firearm in a vehicle aries could face forty years to life in prison if convicted while lease faces up to three years in prison and one year in jail. Orange county district attorney. Todd spitzer said there's no evidence that any other people were involved next. The los angeles police commission said yesterday that it was considering changing. Lapd policy to restrict the use of alcohol by armed off duty officers. Commissioners requested a report from the department on the issue. They cited an article in the la times. That detailed how the lapd had failed for years to develop clear policies on the issue despite a series of problems involving drunk and armed forces. The article cited multiple cases in which off duty officers had allegedly caused trouble broken laws and shop people after drinking alcohol while armed officials say they will work with the department to produce a fuller public report for the commission to consider as it weighs new policies. Some parents of black students in la unified. Schools are continuing to keep their children in distance. Learning after in person learning resumed in april. The parents want to shield their children from inequitable and sometimes harsh treatment on campus. That's according to a report from the local advocacy group. Speak up among black parents. Surveyed forty three percent said they were concerned about bullying racism and low academic standards. Black parents surveyed by speak up also said they felt. They have to advocate more persistently for their children than white parents do speak up is calling for la unified schools to dedicate more resources to the needs of black students. The group also recommends more frequent teacher evaluations to help improve anti-bias practices in other news a covert nineteen vaccination side opened yesterday at downtown l. As union station as the effort to get shots into more residents arms ramped up ahead of california's planned reopening next week located at the east portal of the station. The clinic will be open. Monday through saturday from eight. Am to eight pm. No appointment is necessary and vaccinations are free. The union station site is one of five walkup vaccination centers throughout the metro system other locations. Include hawthorne gardena rancho dominguez and el monte this week county is also dispatching more than two hundred mobile vaccination sites and as california prepares to roll back of iris related business restrictions next week five more counties including san diego officially moved into california's at least restrictive category the yellow tier reaching the yellow tier allows businesses and other public spaces to operate more widely than they have in months although the advancements have come late in the pandemic indicate progress achieved in california's battle against the virus starting today more than half of all california residents live in yellow tier counties upon reaching that tier counties can allow a host of business sectors to increase their operating capacity including restaurants gyms movie theaters amusement parks. Sports venues museums wineries and breweries for these stories and more visit la times dot com. It's a good night to stay in. Because it's the season finale of mr right that no one saw coming. I didn't spend the night with termites. Will dylan follow his heart or succumb to a swarm of termites curl up on the couch and find out tonight. When all the molting termite larvae will finally be revealed. Don't let termites ruin the moment organ homes where the bugs aren't.

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KUJO THE SAVAGE - EPISODE 51 - ROADIUM RADIO - TONY VISION - HOSTED BY TONY A.

ROADIUM RADIO

1:51:29 hr | 1 year ago

KUJO THE SAVAGE - EPISODE 51 - ROADIUM RADIO - TONY VISION - HOSTED BY TONY A.

"Rhodium radio knows Adam. Gase Rhodium radio in the city of will mean to. Mauch doctors very little and I got little. Sop is now with us down with the Dow with us. Arabian he's down with. Sony is down with us. Banks is down. You know down with us. J. Boys Down with his paid the Dow with my boy accu down with a like the mentioned broadcom son from the road Monday drain the swamp lake and by the way. What then you weigh you down with it. Is the muscle not welcome everybody to Rhodium Radio Episode? Fifty one and before I introduce my special guest Got A couple of announcements. You already know the program first and foremost This was supposed to be a double feature but what happened. Was One of the guys decided to pull out canceled at the last minute. That's something that I have. No power over. It happens a lot of times a lot of you. Guys don't know what goes on behind the scenes. We have people booked and a lot of them. Cancel in many of them. Cancel the the the day of or the day before You know I'm not going to see here and throw anybody under the bus but One of our guests canceled but it doesn't matter because we got cool during the motherfucking building. But before I introduced him once again the Rhodium hung mix tape documentary. Available Documentary Dot Com. And you can use to coupon not our MD twenty to get a twenty percent discount. So go ahead and do that. You could also by the mix tape via download and documentary dot com or eight available. You can buy four for dirty or you could buy you know by all we will eventually have the CDs of in a couple of days actually. Possibly this week will put out a flyer on our facebook or instagram. And Are you to. Everybody knows that the CDs are available for those that like hardcopy still and We are all major media platforms and I always say if there is one that we're not on and you find did please let us know and we'll make sure we're under but we are. We are definitely on all media. Platforms of a lot of people are constantly either email emmy award radar gmail.com. Dm In your inbox me or commenting about certain orders that they WANNA see here. Keep in mind many of them. I've already had booked but due to this corona virus seeing a lot of them. Don't WANNA come out I get it I understand. There's nothing I can do about that people constantly on me. Hey when are you going to get this guy when he could get this? Many of those major artists have canceled due to the corona virus. Thing so just be patient with me and they will be here believe me. I got a lot of brands on a lot of people and they want to come on here but due to this. They can't but anybody who hits me on the live chat at least ten dollars more. I will send you a Tony. A totally paper. Okay for that ASS can get one on one of these papers. I'll give them a couple of sheets. I'll wrap it back up. Autograph it and Senator. Us other than that. I know a couple of people semi gifts and I got this shirt and a hat Open them up next week for the next show. I want to thank you for everybody to send me gifts if you want to send me to my table. Lemme non of his dope. I'll put it on if it's just like a whole boot I'm not gonNA put it up here so offered the do please allow me to introduce Cardenas best kept secret. Cujo and the motherfucking building. Hydro brother I'm doing good. Tony Oh man. I'm glad you're doing good so you got a couple of modalities still drinking when I got one. I got this double fist showdown in Japan. Double Fist Hey really quick. How is your weaken going so foreman? It's going pretty good busy busy. I'm trying to get decipher done. And I'm getting sponsored by any Blue Line in a couple of other people to do a cipher to to help people you know. Come Up. People that youngsters olders. Whatever don't matter is that they don't have the platform or the networking. I'm trying to find those people kind of like American idol book but for wrapping. But but it's not like American idol though but I guess that's the way I can put it to where you guys can understand. Just you know I'm trying to. I'm trying to start that just because there's so many people that are so talented and and maybe they don't have the confidence themselves but like they don't even know there don't I don't know I'm just trying to put the spurs value. One cipher together and and trying to China. Start something that people can watch every couple of months or month and you know show talent because we are talented. You know you just came back from one hot up there is this yours hosted To somebody call you or humpback on about As in right now yes that was the one I hosted on. Finalizing the The the the footage. I wanted to make sure that it was. It was right and you complications but It came out for the most part. Pretty good And I'm excited for it to come out so yeah That's volume one. That where I just came from right now. Yeah okay at the end of the show will let people know where they can see it eventually when it doesn't come out Oh lambis. Tv Okay that makes TV and that you get a good turn out. Yeah I had a good turnout I actually did it like in the beginning just just to. I was going to actually do it like not as crazy as I did. It and I just wanted to help people man. I'm tired of the. There's a lot of people man that they're just wrapping to like just to wrap man just to just to be famous. Get fucking get women. And they're not talented man. You're you don't need you don't need to be here like the same for you. You know like you are mediocre. Okay at your best you know. But there's there's kids man there's even older heads. There's there's all kinds of people that should be here but just because maybe they're shy or just because maybe they don't think they're good enough in but who knows you know rival talent man especially Hispanics in. I'm trying to find that so does does. Yeah a dope okay. You know what before we get started? We probably go dig deeper into your history. Who Have you seen any good movies lately? Yes I see some bomb ass movies eighty trip out so for like the longest time. I wanted to watch this one movie on. Eva's right now right. I don't know why Netflix put it out. But he did but they did and I didn't get to finish it but when I watch them I was hooked and I always remember as a kid came out and I wanted to watch it Alpha. Dog ochre yeah sorry I started watching it and then I come on my son's be crying all the time so I keep cutting it from here and there but I was really hooked on that movie. Man It's crazy. That's the movie. I really WANNA finish okay. But that's the latest movie. I'm really interested in. I WANNA finish that one now The one that I just recently saw and I got kinda hooked on it and it's kind of weird. Some people might trip out. Let's say this. I love watching documentaries. Okay I myself durant documentary now. I just saw one called. Who KILLED MALCOLM X? I haven't seen it has hardwood is really really I mean. I know we're not Muslims. It's good it's good. I recommended I recommend bullshit but it actually really really is good. And it's all about this one guy that has the passion and the drive to actually find out what literally happened because of detectives. The police law enforcement didn't do shit and they gave up. That was it said. Oh three black guys. Lock them up case closed and in this doug and he actually literally found the guy who did it and Before he meets him something happens and I'll leave it at that. I'll Ashara gets dope man. It's don't so check it out right now. So netflix Killed Malcolm I. I usually recommend some pretty good. There was one call to book called. Don't feel cats. Oh Yea fuck them. Fuck and I'm a dog but fuck demos fugger Shayna sneaky mother fucker. Yeah he's from Canada or some shit. Yeah and I'm a fuck with the Vacuum Sans. I'm saying Shit and this guy for life the Tigra King. Yeah so that's my shit right every every morning behind it yet now to the tiger but now other than that I know they call you. Genus best kept secret. Because you're or from Gardena Okay is that what you were born and raised Yeah Whoa My my parents bounce to Brown and then where they settled at from what the early second member was was Gardena by target. Right there on Van Ness in fuck on my blanket bananas and Fucking Beach Wrong. Right there right by the right by there. I remember there. We were living and then I remember. We moved when I was about five or six right there on the borderline of Guardian and torrens right there when he's second amendment is okay sauce. Supposed to go to Gardena high by my mom. Worry new saw Supreme and she sent me to Arlington instead of sending me to lie. You know all the other guardian of schools. You don't fifty six or what all that shit. So yeah she. She wanted me to be better because she knew how was. GonNa turn out bad little kid so she was like man and then a for a while. That work you know I was. I was into sports. I was playing ball and I was out. I got pretty good at basketball. And then you know. High School came and then a sarcoma identity. I mean I don't I don't mean to put my mother out there but You know so. I had a lot of freedom and Finding myself back to Gardena and and I. I don't claim twice as as the place that I represent. I claim Gardena as a place that I represent. Because that's the place to show me about life in all my friends were from there all. I was always over there. You know if you if I was not the house to go to sleep. But I was at my cousin's house in Gardena like I was over there more than I was home and to me that that's home not you know. I was born at a little coming Mary but then the Geez Jiman- and and like from the Gina Represent and I know you lifted up your can of a Halloween. I started drinking. I was twelve or thirteen years old room. Yeah now. Here's a goofy question. I'm sorry to interrupt a Lotta people. They always come. Here was interrupted guests. Now I love it. Here's the thing Will you tasted you like it? No Nah I used to try and get like SMIRNOFF SMIRNOFF Labor one's next. I was hard but then like after a while. I remember someone was map. Book National With the book during his fucking low wine. Kunming was wrong. Rankle there's rows young you know and me and my cut my cousin. My cousin would talk to you a lot to fucking pay as but as witty foggy just drink it like but then as you get older you quiets and acquired taste and I used to drink wrong for the longest time and then Modell I. I got a second with Mondello. And that's fair thank you. It's a little bit thicker and then I like it. Yeah Twenty Mommy's to buy is fucking beer and shit like that. Sounds yeah cigarettes man like just the fucking shut the fuck up kick in the bags she can fuck it indoors so cigarettes where you got felt cool but then like I remember you always wondering some funny shit ain't chicks Tony. Look when I first time I ever hit a cigarette in its joke between me and a couple of homes that were there that one time. I REMEMBER. They were like man. Fuck I remember. I smoked weed forced one cigarette though that I remember. I'm pretty sure I remember aroused last quarter. I hit a blackmail right. I'm really feeling this weird wherever I remember trying. We'd we gave me like all like weird shit then when I smoked a cigarette though when I smoked a cigarette like Coppola around I smoked figuring out like the menthols. I felt that she didn't my soul man. Everybody started dying man but it was funny like I for some reason. I guess we'll cigarettes man and I mean I'm not like a crazy heavy cigarette smoker but like when I drink I do. I do smoke cigarettes because it like boosters issue. Oh so you know. The first time I ever smoke. Cigarette was what my boy angel. We were teenagers and smoked cigarettes. You remember the serious ca close close but we just wanted to be cool in here. I was trying to help novels believe it or not. I was smoking a joint because I didn't know anything about smoking. I never got into man. And I'm focused. Gimme a hand Russia. My head Bro. And he will. You'll right now like yeah man. Cool issues good faulkner. No Bro an enemy enough to while gives you OSCO your but as you say you lived on benefit or Redondo beach all far. That can remember on a beach. Ns Yes yes. Yes to Carl's junior spyro series. Go there was that Friday spot Sharon ru or some shit like that. Yeah you were one of those. Yeah Hi Nine York. Yes Sir dove soap and ask you live by the Rhodium now. You are Rhodium radio. Yeah that's crazy fucking thing too because at that age I never knew how important Rhodium really was to us area. It's like a landmark. You know yeah but but like you don't find that out until you're into music and you like a teen you start knowing who's been there and stuff now now growing up at home with your mom. Obviously your mom break you off of cigarettes and beer canton as a teen. You don't see what type of music does she play that you grew up with her. Oh see and aptitude. I do have to give her boss because she shoe place. Some real good music and throw it would throw everyone off like damn why you listen to that shit because my mom my mom's a real big old fan she loves funk and Shit like that. So that's why I'm so loyal to Funk I love funk more than a lot of shit lesson all these two but I know a lot of rare songs and stuff because my mom would just playing but the thing with my mom is getting away because she would like repeat the same fifteen times especially after she got out she shoebox repeat the same fifteen times but it would help me to to see what they said and I mean my music influence from her. What was oldies and funk now in our go kick it out my kid go monk with Chino Trying to park and w Wayne and shit like that it would it? Would I had like different kinds of shit? And then my my cousin Eric Man he was he was showing me like reggae. Rock grunge it would just fuck my mind and in fact. That's why I can be so versatile on any kind of beat me like I know how I need to sound on it. That's no good thing. That's a good thing you know. And I'm glad your personal and you were open to so much different music because I've known some dope artists. Dad Love Listening to Rod. Loves CLASSICAL GROUP ON FUNK and all these so they can adapt to anything You know I mean I know other character would just raised on rap and right Sprang Right. And then you're limited now. Yeah Limited on how creative you can be as you know like one. A certain instruments both come in. Like Kinda tone. You're supposed to have on this whole versa. You know you're gonNA sound like off. Yeah I understand what you're saying. Don't go now. Let me ask you another question. I don't think I ever asked anybody this question. How were you when you got your First Tattoo? You said how did I how. How old were you when you a sixteen years old sixty. I would've gone with some before. But my mom was begging me not to. She knows my stupid ass. What when did it anyway? Begging me like I remember my first Tattoo. I was home Iraqi. His uncle's from Venice flock in he was telling me he's doing my portion. But Hey man and often and told me that she didn't look on my dad I she looks like a deal man. Straight up a fucking. I'm aroused Guinea and then my mom was like. Oh I'm here to pick you up and I was looking for like an hour or two and I was fuck man looking for tripping an hour. Fuck it you can come up now. You know it just like if you WANNA watch it then diet only fucking okay. I remember she was like I can't believe yeah. It does suman on them on. Fuck around right there without the head eight dino keep hot straight up and I remember she was crying. She was like four until Ted to her side. Harmful can't be doing the extras on the SATU. Just like just finish up. Finish up in Miami balance because I can see my mom crying right there you know. She got old ways to because. It's like hugging beer and cigarettes crazy. She I don't get a tattoo into bringing her. You know I mean it is what it is. You'RE GONNA cry. Sometimes a I've known guys that have gone tattoos like you said it's not your dad. Is The guy this one guy pulled up? And he shows me and he's got a real serious facial what do think about my tattoos and he look like what are you happy you know and I just said Damn like you know. Is that your grandmother or something like like a little old lady because that's your grandmother. Something in Eagles Man. The joker from Batman the joker from Batman. But okay cool. I guess I'm all right then. You're good good. No your earliest memories of I. Listening to hip hop who were the groups? And who would you say was the one that pretty much motivate you like? I like that Shit. I'm going to start writing some ship. I know you mentioned. Nwea okay. That's that's not ask them. Who made me who is GONNA get? I'm GONNA detail gopher so far that can remember and I'm talking on some goodfellas mirrors. As far as I can remember. I saw as far that can remember. I remember the first rap song I really started by my head to was ice cube. Today was a good day. Something about that beaming thing no Which is hooked my fucking head like an back then. It was actual radio that you'd have to like I remember my cousin ticket in the shower. He's singing Sharon here from afar and morale is remember outplaying walking up and down the hallway here now. I love that song and for people like long summit never knew the name of it was. It's I got older junior high in us at all shit. That's that one side fucking love that Song. I remember that. Song is sign of put me onto hip hop and then I kind of knew that it was John. After that As I got older My influences to make me wrap was actually my cousin. Eric and his ship was like cycle. Realm fucking he was already writing you. Don't he was the one that put it in me like we should really take? Listen just fucking here it. Listen look at these bars like the you know and I sure would like blow my mind like damn I mean this. Isn't it all these years? The puck and then As I started listening I started to get to not only here like vert like bars and stuff but I started also here vibes. You know so. That's really picking why really like and it was always going to be ice cube and I and I'm talking nineties Q. Nineties is Q. Was UNTOUCHABLE I mean. Pockets Dope Whatever it was going to say. And he's up there for me too man but you. WanNa get on. La La should is ninety S. Q ninety is keep was at Real Gang. Bang and shit man that should just he? He spoke on every fucking detail. Man and I shout to talk to. You know Pakistan pockets like right there too but for me. It's always going to be nineties. Q. And A. Nineties. Dj Quick for the Vibe for that you can be smooth. You know you can be you can be. You can be good looking. You'll be you can feel good. And it's still gangster and then sugar free. I'm like when I really don't get sick. Free Dough must now around. How old were you when you first started writing again back to my cousin made me fucking put a pen in my hand and try it. So He's yeah yeah me me me and his brother actually got done getting down in the alley. Walk back to the fucking house. I remember hearing like Spaghetti or something like that. Something ran I remember. We're getting something. And and he was like as I looked over at home and I'm doing he's like oh I'm riding. Are I knew he would right before you know? And then he was like not a food. Try and I was like man that shits rappers won't fuck out here just being a stupid ass bucket and he was. I not try it food. Look look what I wrote and he would explain every bar to me at that. Point said was. Isn't that kind of treat me in the he's like watch here and he gave me some earphones and I put this into the same thing and I wrote it right there with him too and I remember the first thing I came on was bad and then like I thought it was. I not that bad. But it's like if I were here now Hamas for you brother worked at in then I became addicted like to mean to me. Riding was a drug in every day house coming out with the whole bursts bursts bursts bursts first and then went from a to versus a day recording on my phone. Because at that time and I know this no one's done this shit because everyone I tell you when everyone's trip the fuck out. When I first started writing it was especially hard to fucking get in a studio would ever. I mean it was hard so I have no money or nothing like that so I would get my phone. I've got my playstation play. The fucking be have coming out the TV. That's how it played the bean hit. A voice memo. Put it down and fucking have my pen and pad Actually I wrote it so my pad right here reading as I'm saying like you ought to did it did it. Did it did it? Did it. Make sure? And if it didn't sound right do it over the fucked up on the last line. We'll start over well if I even if I cleared the whole song. Perfect but didn't sound loud enough Dudin. So that's when it comes to now when I get an actual studio how easy that Shit is and that's how me and my neck and actually show you proof. How how fucking can I show you? Go Gopher like like man. We is to make it happen. We used to make it happen. Because it was our dream our dream in actually talked to my cousin upsilon when he was like man. I'm so proud of you like I gave up on my shit. You know not not that I gave up on my ship but I I went to things like you kept doing your thing and I'm proud because I know that when he knows that whenever he wants to fuck and get back into it he's right there. Where exactly why Matt flatlined with me? He put the pen in my hand and he's sicker than I am. And that's the craziest Buchan thing. He's way sicker than me when he when he puts US buck in. Mind to it in fucking actually when we come back from break. I'll show you guys a couple memo's of me like seventeen eighteen years old. My voice is all like yeah. I'll be clear way different and shit but I had this dream for a long time and go to work. You know what that shows to me again. I told you right before we even live and man. You're old enough to be my son or I'm moving among you folk Tony. Back in the day. Let me know he's handsome? I'm handsome I'm just I'm just asking he's booked anyways as my mom from we must do. She was Wilmington. Yeah just what the banning and everything Bug A. What you can laugh. Where's your buddy Fuck up to say. Oh Yeah. I forgot again. Dan Hooked me up man. First TIME I get tongue tied anyways. Let me just go ahead and freestyle. Something real quick. No now what that showed me was perseverance and determination to reason. Why say that about your your old enough? Where young enough to be my son is because if I walked into the room and I saw my son do that I would probably just step back and see how far you can go with it Even if I had a studio equipment I would wait because I want to see how much you determine you are. Are you really about this shit or are you just doing? It just seemed cool. Whatever we're GonNa see this is what you WanNa make it your life. Yeah and I completely agree with that. And I'm GONNA say something. Okay we gotta talk before we went live okay. But I'm GonNa say this that if I can help you. I want to the last song that we're going to get into that. You just released that we're going to get into after the break I really liked that. Shouldn't I can do all types of different music? A I'm going to start slowly getting back into production and you are one of the hardest. I WanNa work with you got you got it now. I'm GonNa say the very and it's going to be on youtube for prove okay then automatically going to chargeable okay. I I'm not gonNA figure like well. We gotta work something out Bro. No Tony the question is will I charge you non-hispanic US you Nah? Nah Nah that would that would really be an. Because I I I know your resume and when you come you you come noon like correct and you know what you're doing and it'll be an honor man so to work do you. In who you've worked with I'll not to be on your resume. Most definitely man Mazda I see I just think You're you're you're right there to take this to a whole new the fucking level and leaving everybody behind Now I say leaving everybody behind not the negative. I nine zero. Yeah I know I know what you mean in. That's something I'm Kinda like. I'm just not that kind of person. So it's like that's why I'm doing. Things like decipher like. I'm not trying to leave anybody behind. I need to have some kind of outlet so they a chance to like that right like world. I guess part of the reason why that is because other people. If you will and you gotTa Community Have Gone Rapper. That have gone into the door and never really opened that up or anybody else crack. Because they're threatened okay and you do in the Cyprus and you doing what you WanNa do this music. You're going to open the door for a lot of the people that want to come in and it's just not the way I see you at that. It's just not about you so helping others. Yes you know. And that's why I created along with my team here. Dysplasia give everybody voice. Yes because I mean I know. I'm good enough to survive with these dogs or it's black foods. Why Fo's on who it is I. I can survive with them. I know I can buy no. I can So what that being said is I'm not. I'm not threatened in any kind of way so it's to the point where it's like. I need I need a squad that they are not afraid to an and they can hang with these fools to and they need to know like they need to know. Tony like man. I know we have a certain look to us that you used to seeing before and used to like a certain sound before but managed has involved the new kids at that time growing up now and that's us and the essay's can bring in the essays can bring it you know like in just like man gives the chance. If you don't WanNa give the towns within this my job to make us a chance or maximal out the way. Yeah don't now 'cause I mean I'm willing to go up. Whoever and people might laugh all you good enough. I know I'm good enough. I'm against EMINEM crooked. Eye His whole squad an can. I can hang with them. I know I can. Well let me say this on. That's my dream you know I want to make. Our phones are flocking placing here Roy Moore about the way homely his spot and I are those shit. Well I'm glad you have that attitude and your humble cat bro at it you know but but you know what you want so you speak on it and I get it. I'm the same way through a lot of people know me as a humble cat has a loud mouth and I will speak not only for myself but for my people for my team you know but at the same time of a very humble cat now willing to help anybody else in now As far as you know music is concerned. Are you working with on EP album anywhere now? I'm actually working on an EP with a fan I Bozell has came out of I as well. Bozo help established you know make bumpers get up but fan I. Was You know that they've shown me love? Since since the start you know and transfers his. I mean they're one of the I mean people you know I'm no fan. I is on a bunch of things man and that since since I left high power I remember. They told me like man. You're GonNa find those studio you ain't GonNa be shit you ain't never gonNA Like doing like you're done now and fat I through their hand out to me. Okay like a man will pay for the fucking producers. Goddamn thing like you're just you're you're just you're gangster full. Come come come to your fool like we're not gonNA fucking charge you not in national to Steve Fan. I man straight up shadow from van is that. That's that's that's without him. I pry. I wouldn't be as far as I am right now. So shout shout Pampers for that. So hit will Gordon Principles. Right there. We're GONNA take breaks or need to use the restroom or you some of this toilet paper. Let me know and we'll come back. Let everybody go take a shade of Pierce or modell break and come back. I'm not going to drink to the like the last thirty minutes because of not. I'll get like good but other dot com and have got cool during the motherfucking building. Okay so ten minutes call somebody take. Somebody pays somebody. Should somebody let them know the Cardino Harbor area? Wilmington is in the book and building. Yeah we'll be back harbor area. Welcome back everybody loading radio episode fifty one and once again before we get back into with our special guest. WanNa go ahead offer a roll of toilet paper for that ASS. Go ahead and drop a ten dollar or more and I will go ahead and sign up for you and send it to you so you can use Batik so when you use it in the bathroom you could think of me or cool radio other than we're back run. Oh fuck off putting shop before you came back. Are you feeling WANNA pop? We must have to dog did he. Did he did he did he? Did he got an offer that wow advocacy group. Bloomington to go. Don't you guys are known for lacking Yes yes. A lot of people don't know a lot of you guys were on Beach Street. Actually turn behind that. I know my history so now this job. Rybeck into it You Start Writing Dietrich. Cutting teach you about bars. Yes okay and he don't you sixteen. I learned that later account later but he taught me on how to a double Entendre NYC or even Trevan Tundra like Cape The way I explained it was like. Oh you know Louis Rap. How do you do it the way I can explain it is? There's an immortal technique thing that he said it's a salon. He said and take the perfect way. I can explain how I try to spit and high do spin. What do you take from this? Ali Full Eclipse like the Moon Blocking the Sun Li full eclipse. But also you full eclipse like the moon blocking the sun right right and when he explained it to me it blew my fucking mind and I understood exactly what he was. Lee Y my console me. If you can do that you could say something like that. Here's everyone hears you? You're above there like him in a what if Foschi I said Fuck about the said. All you fools a stars but I'll spin from a whole different galaxy you know. I don't know how you for the stars dull but I've been in from a whole different. Golly I'm a whole differently. And so when he explained it to me that I am a it just for me. It just clicked. I'd rather it doesn't click every other I knew exactly what he was saying. But we're GonNa talk about that Song. I'm going to go over some of those. You said some of your media because the game our love to talk about it okay. I love to talk about open on the on the next thirty minutes but on each bar. Yes yes yeah most definitely so. Now you start writing and you start right into a playstation beats if you will When did you first started getting your own beaten? Who was that with my favorite? Oh my first actual original beasts that I will get was from Elliot. Illegal Productions A. That's my that's my boy man. If you're watching Mashhad humming doing your thing that's that's my boy Alex Bara He's the one who blessed me with my first original beats and my cousin was still. We're still wrapping at that time too. So he has a couple of Bang bangers. I don't know why he never released them but he has a lot of. Ai Actually has a lot of stuff that has not been released in their sake. Like fucking bullshit like yeah sixth and one of my older homeboys. Tokar from a neighborhood He he he knew some full and The I guess his homeboy new Alex in the Tigon contact him and then And then I heard his beads and he heard me in I. I remember Alex's Oh shit is fucking Africa. I was expecting that and they heard my cousin. Who's like Oh shit all right Sousa and then we cooked up something and it was sick but at that time we were still amateurs you know when it comes to professionalism on the Mike and we had. We had a lot of work into but it was still sick though. Because I've heard I heard it recently and it was like how we weren't that bad. You know I felt we were wears at the time when you first started yourself when his playback I hated my voice. Tony hated it. I just sound like a chipmunk. You felt like Oh my God dude. It'd be like UH beginning. She's like no the fuck Outta me. I always get my party like out on my part when I mean I just feel like okay. That was tied. I Sound Weird. And then you don't sound weird it's just 'cause it's you like listen to yourself like within actually found out like by actually recording more often and making it a regular thing that I was putting no heart into that. Shit I was just saying it like became an Internet satellite. I'll be seeing that so now it sounds more but you progress man as you go to the studio you progress you find your voice and you find your heart you find your your fucking your you know. I'm glad you said that Because in this song if I was cocky I saw and felt that. Yeah because I was a message to everybody who ever take. The shoe fits wear junk yet. Where that fucking? Because that's for everybody because the way I see it as like you remember when Kendrick Lamar drop control. But he was disin- everybody was Kinda Kinda something like that but I'm just tired of everyone to slacken again by you. Know like they did a passionate about this or what? Step up for dessert being outside that right now so I hope everyone off and hope everyone sick of personal you know and the ones who who wasn't for message them go aside like this isn't for you man. This is for everyone else to say. You know like you're one of the people I respect and I hit it like my five or six seven people. That just don't apply to you to send you know man like or at least Alumini. It's it's not for you. I respect you guys in the most in a letter and everyone was like. I'm s right. You know like in a couple of some older cats because I says about old Catherine about setting up but you guys are not part of ball zone. F Cam you know. I was like you guys are like not in that category that I'm speaking on just because like I know you know we got a good bond right there so they didn't get the memo. It was for them No. It wasn't for them because I know how are they? Were the one that got. The message is for everyone. Just get them it pretty much. I'm not I'm not dropped. What the band trip right now. Argue down anybody and just waiting for someone to be like well soft in that kind of thing that kind of fucking a but it but it's just to make like dislike doing her mom's trying to see who's with it. I'm trying to see who's going to step up and be like fucking not necessarily the diss me. Because I wouldn't WanNa bring that reply that I give onto anybody but but but I mean step. You're fucking bars up on the next song man or do you WanNa be do deserve to be here because everyone knows we're not I don't know man made me focused and passionate about the mother fucking Shit is as I am. I WANNA be Graham. I want to be the fucking colby of lyricism for Chicano rappers now and I want to actually make Chicano rap a something that can actually be like from a Hollywood perspective like an actual something. That motherfuckers are proud of 'cause I'm proud of it but not everyone is man and I think that was missing. Today's Today's music is passion. And you're passionate about what you do and you could hear it in. Your Voice meant well into the the songs that I've heard I've heard it in it's there. I think that's why we hear songs like whether it's a Marvin Gaye or Al Green. The phonics view here that in there and I think with today's music you don't hear it anymore. A lot of a lot of people a lot of rappers. Settle in and I'll use that word. They settle with the little popularity. They have sometimes. They'll even trade in money popularity as long as I get ten thousand likes along got on certified on Instagram. I'm cool because now with these fools. It's like money talks. You know for them and decide. I feel like what separates them. Tony for me is my. There's no passion like you said like it for them. It's just like I'm just doing this shit to get some high and I'm just doing this shit too like him I Shiva. Hopefully someone gave me some Rishi. Free shirts free. We channing. I get my face Daddy. Chila fucking take some picture with some fake jewelry but it looks real. You know but amen. I've been broken my fucking life dog and I didn't even money then to get as far as I am on the I don't really care. They have money now. Money is on a you know what? Let me check myself. Money is is an essential thing to me now because of my boy because my mom and my little boy that that's my that's my world do I'll fuck and leave music forever for him. But NASA only reason. My money's essential to me because I have bills to pay for him. If it wasn't for my son. Money's money homey even fuck are broken. The baddest buck an essay. They ever heard. Then be a fucking millionaire. Who is a fucking lame that as me there? It is there now you get together with your boy you guys. I started recording. What would you guys recording on remember? It was like a fucking weird asa like a fucking dark beat light on I remember. I'm a Mickey Funny. Bit of like mean man like some ghost shit like it was crazy but I remember we murder that Shit. Seo's tight but it was more darker me and my cousin were used to boombats okay. Who used to live by? Just Shit you do. You know we were. We were already. That was different to us at that time. When you pull that Al Shit Buffalo Skin witted but it was like way not what we were expecting at that time. Do you remember what he was using to make beats? Yeah Yeah totals. Yeah he had to hear the works. Okay Yeah A. I. Everybody knows he has a works over there. Okay to work. And how many did you guys recorded with him? Before you decided to either start handing out demos or before. You didn't do none of that. It was just like a one song to song thing. And then high-power got a hold of me Through that same guy that hooked me up but they I ORCA. He had been shopping. My Shitsu Caponi because actually from same neighborhood or you know. This is this individual And he wouldn't tell me at at like you told me they shop too. I and I keep in this mind. I've been I'm sorry. Keep in mind at this time. I'm a I'm nothing. I'm just like a regular fucking kid my fucking like Oh Shit. Not even a kid. I mean what nineteen twenty at that time twenty one. Maybe two and he's listening to it. I was like you know I was getting kind of like at that time. There's no one like me at this time. There's no one like misfit or someone like Bozo. There's no one that I get Cam. There's no one like swifty. There's no one like any of these mother fuckers. That are really on top right now. At that time it's only criminal Caponi and all that shit and I'm talking like four years ago three or four years ago I mean I know I was one of the first centuries to come in but at that time I remember that I was just. I thought this might be big. You know like to get my shit off there in a Caponi actually like date and then I remember hooking up with him went to hookah bar. God drunk signed a fucking Katcher fucking dimmer thing And you know what Man Fuck Man I truly man. I hate all the mother fucker man. I don't I don't hang on for that reason. I you know 'cause I know everybody wants to everybody is always asking me about the point situation Psalm. Assume I'm a stay right here now and get straight the reason I mean in high power split a is it was it was just a. I mean in a way a bad business deal but I you know I did sign it but was right when my right mind when I signed it no but it is what it is. I'm assigned so that being said I tried to roll with it. You know I try my best to roll with it and and and make it happen And you know when when certain things start coming into effect you know I might thing is. I don't like to be controlled. You know I I just trust me. Let me do me you know. I am my artistry. Got Me to this point. So let me just show him artistry. And that's something. That was a problem where I felt like it was a problem in a you know. I don't like to be told how to dress. I like to be told how to fucking what to say. I don't like to be told how to let me do my thing man and for whatever reason that that that was an issue and so I ended up leaving an and not other people felt that way too so they left and I know you guys know the individuals at the you know I'm speaking on but Do I wish I wish the worse upon them known because actually before I had my son but after after I had my boy man? I I it gave me life. Check to the point where I'm just trying to be positive man and I don't wish a Lotta Shit on a lot of things on on a lot of people you know. I tried to just stay positive. And stay in my only worry about myself for my family. M M m what is going on in everybody else. Uncontrolled them and so when it comes to Caponi man like a straight home fuck you but like I don't fucking wish fucking like crazy ass death upon your astronaut and like that. It's just we just had a bad business. Deal Home Ian. If you can accept that shit and keep pushing Salkin. I announced keep against what you you know. I Don I you know I. I don't fuck about you. He don't go on blast about me so it just it is what it is you know. And I'm I'm just keep keep a g like that. You know now from the time that you signed with him on high power and a time you left. How long were you there for Not even a year. Okay not even here. Maybe like seven months eight months and what? We're some of the details if you don't mind me asking about the contract. What was it like album deal was an years? Oh Man Shit Man. At the first one was like two three years and then and then I came back streets. That shit hit and he tried to sign for like six seven more years. I signed it but due to certain situations. I'm not under that contract anymore. That she got evaporated okay. Now so if I'm correct your name was tyrant yes at that time and so You know when I was getting to them at the time an enormous keeping it real and keep a professional with everyone. When when I'm speaking right now I'm just saying that at that time I wasn't really able to leave with that name. You Know I. It was more like the name thing but it was awesome more like other bullshit. He was saying too but I mean getting you know trying to get him off his head and Shit I get it but my thing was like well. I'M GONNA CHANGE. My fucking name okay. Because I started talking to people to have certain powering they some change your name and don't worry about it. Okay we'll handle the rest all right cool change my name in it and it's been cake after that in a man like I say a dog you know it is what it is. Sometimes people probably ways man. But you know I don't I don't wish the worst upon anybody and Shit Man I wish success to to even my enemies. I'm just keeping it real with Tony because I after I'm a boy man. I realize how precious life is. And it's been fucking head dog since my son's been born like just things. I just think of different now and it's a maturity thing but you know before I would've came on here and I'm GonNa Talk Shit about the Guy. Out of fucking crucified him but at the same time right now. I'm I'm just GonNa say the Truth and I'm just answering the simple questions that everybody's midem's asking professionals. I as as professional as I can and I'm just keeping a real good man you know what I think it's all everybody wanted because I'm tired of getting asked him on question seven in the school right here. Yeah so they don't have to ask you anymore. You know what? Go to road and rail. Listen to exact. That's the pass to me. I'm I'm on. I've been on to bigger and better things but I'm just I'm saying I'm GonNa talk about it for like the last time you know just to let everyone know what they want to know. Maybe some things they knew already made some things they didn't and that and that's it you know and then that's when I left high power and I changed my name. Fokker now just to ask you one more question about that. Oh because you told us not. It wasn't even a year within that year. Would you say did anything? Good possibly come out of that. Yeah I I can't even I'm yeah I I got A. I got a couple of followers not a couple I got. I got a cool amount of other by. That's what I mean by a couple. I I got hooked some followers. I got some music videos out there at that time And honestly the fucking yesterday was on top dude. I still kind of feel like that when it comes to to my age in A. That's one thing that I did. I can't denies he did. Give me that platform at first but see when I left. I was told that I was GONNA be Shit. I was told to my. She went down the drain and so from from that point on when I did the was like up to me to do something of it. Okay you know what I mean but yeah I mean there was some good things that came out of a you know. I'm not I'm keeping an honest. You know what I mean. I heard that song. Gordon's best kept secret. Kamata there yeah That's a fucking dope song. Thank you and I saw a lot of people that I don't know how to say I guess they judge the video. They just the lyrics. It's all over Youtube. People could see it and they give you so much bucket love off while the way you came up I remember. I was so fucking drunk that night that I that that they posted it and I was like drunk because I had no confidence in it. Awesome man this new shale homey. They man fuck. We'll see what it does pie. Lifelike probably like five hundred views. I'm thinking like that. Probably five hundred five hundred thousand. If I'm like Super Lucky. Do you know that shit hit like I don't even remember what product almost twenty th? I remember it hitting eighteen thousand views when it was nine o'clock that night and I I'm pretty sure it passed twenty thousand USD day and I was like damn. I remember like my cousin. Everyone was like foreseen. I see the aim radio me like using youngest. I don't ask yourself. You can do big things right. And he just kept on it now before the name tyrant. Did you ever have a different name Coming up now. How did you come up with their time? Oh I couldn't find a fucking name man. I couldn't find a fucking name and then my my older home. He's a milder home from my hood. He his fucking hoboken. I'm Howie Carr so tired. And there was a few reasons why I'm at tired. Because the tyrant abusing his power and I was like all right. Yes right as cool fucking can I couldn't. We couldn't find him for the longest time you know so I just chose it like fucking you know. Was it easy to find a cool job? This is a good story. How cujo and it's funny because everyone tells me that Cujo actually fits me like a thousand times better because my neighborhood's dark town right fucking Cujo killer dog right Paul. The my face right but it's funny because before that was even anybody's head Cujo right. I remember it was me and I'll keep an honest. At that time it was me I was at Mr Studio was me. Misfit homeboy wide. Loon right arm and I remember. We were chilling and then fucking were thinking about names house. I manage fucking name dog like fuck I want some hard ass shit and then fucking a I forgot what I would like Mashburn Myself. Tasr and they were like sorry laughing. Shit on my stupid high. You were coming up like dumb ass names and then my homie widely was like Bush car so Cujo fool like the fuck your dog at that time and ever seen the movie and I was like fuck and he showed me a picture and like the preview. Whatever else DASS hard. I was like bucket. Cujo on that. Mr was like the savage but I wanted to be called. Cujo the beast. Okay but then keep in. Mind that my homeboy. My homie is body. The beast so I don't want to step on toes. You know what I mean. But you don't see someone go to to you know bought by the shift sells. I can't copy no. So he's like just coudl the savage fool like the negatives of fuck away to house. Icu John Cusack Cujo Kujat allows. I don't like that seat or four hundred K. because killing shit going on. Here's I guess. And that's how that was born and that's on his true dope though. So now you leave high-power at Do you remember what year that was that you left like two years ago? Okay and did you start recording immediately? Yeah Okay Yeah 'cause 'cause when I started fucking misfit. Okay when he was at his bottom he didn't have no followers. Nothing like that and then I remember telling us we will live. I'll go live and I have a gang life people on live and they go live and it'd be like I remember. I remember telling him because you'd be like man. I ain't got no one on my fucking live and I'd be like man trust like like like you're like don't even trip full you're going to get you know followers like if you had more followers. Amino Shit vessel took a year off misbehave. Fuck it what you nominate not now. Now I'm so I'm proud of him down you don't even though you know cir- situations have occurred or whatever and you know we you know. He chose to do his thing. I chose to do my thing. You know like I said man. I'm on a different path now to where I'm happy for everybody and he's doing his thing in in a Ugama followers emmy now pressure when he goes live. Gets more fucking Lima Ferguson. Me Okay you know what When I presented misfit was I think the same that I met you. I told you he hit me up and asked me you know what you guys are up to. A NON contacting people up with a song called revenge. I think he came in two thousand eighteen. He had a guy from Arizona. Drive down in The dog for him and he had asked me. Would you come and telling you sharing the story with you that I told them look? I don't like the song because up to that point. I had never heard of misbehave. You know and I go if I liked the song and you know most definitely I heard it and I thought it was really different. And that's what I like about your music. His music is different. I like different. You know a lot of times I get a lot of music in it just sounds all the same I mean. Sometimes I don't want to be mean but I tell people to if your shit has auto tone. Don't send it to me you know. I really want to say that. But I'm like you know what I'd rather encourage people than disc I really do but I want everyone to be different. You can now. So that's what I met you and then from that point on I saw miss biddy Baldwin continue to grow its popularity grew and everything but I really like your shit and I really like your shit. Now I WanNa ask you about a song because you mentioned your son and you have a song called ICU. Yep that's on the really really stand out to me and my me and my boy John motherfucking milk is we really dig that song. What what inspires you obviously other than the obvious your son of an who produced it to Now it'd be. Ai edito productions. He's the one that produced it icon. I see everybody knows I comment. I compact if man fucking icon right icons of one that fucking he filmed it and I told her I wanted to cashier in icon type of dude like you. Just tell them what you WanNa capture and then just shut the fuck up and do his work you know and and he fucking data man. And that's that's got to be the greatest song I've ever wrote put out and it's funny because actually name when my father was alive Actually I'm sorry like about my father. I remember when he was alive and I wrote a song you know remembering that time He passed when I was a kid but actually name that song the greatest song ever. Oh Beth reform I some conceived or anything like that so by like now I'd like to change it to like man my. I see the greatest song I've ever I've ever wrote you know I'm pretty sure my possible but proved that you know what I mean and I that all. That footage is real footage. I it was premeditated I knew I was Gonna put that song out. I had already like I just had to get the footage and everything and then I I before I wrote it. I had all the footage. Then we know room three. Three nineteen was like a pipe dream. You know like I went off of real events. I usually try to go off real events. Tony that's good. When it comes to my museum I tried to or I'm like trying to like make it for everyone. Then I try to put other people sitting there. Just they can Relate you know what I mean. And what's your boy's name. Came Saudi right here okay. Yeah like motherfucking. Aim only from temple fucking lucky. He was like me. I swear to God. He was scarring me but he waiting scar me. I could have sworn he was just like Jab Jab initiated me like a fool but Yemen off. My boy go became go and and and and how you know like a year and a couple of months. Okay Yeah Good Plan Arnie Sports. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's not doing anything gangster shit at all sports and shit even music. I'm like a sports kid. That'll that'll workman that's a good thing. You know what I missed a lot of my kids as well especially my oldest boy. He'll be here soon. He played football and I didn't want him to be a part of the streets or and I'll be honest. I did anybody wanting to be a part of hip hop. You know what I'm saying. You know you know what time it is. You know even though I can bring out some of the good things some of the good things that I've experienced but there's also a lot of fucking let days. There's more bad than good. That's Shitty part about it. Yeah it is. It is so now before we get into that song because I want to break down that song for us on the next thirty minutes Which went befalls cocky? Oh Yeah I would love to okay and and there's some things that I want to point out and We're going to answer the question. Don't answer it now if it was directed towards someone because people have thrown names out there. Don't just yet okay. Even though I pretty much already know the answer but was there a time or that you were going to sign possibly with Tokar. Lebron's Yeah I was going to and I was I was roaming around with Brown side And I still have so much love around side man and they know they know they hearts at home you straight up fucking talker was the one that was like controlling all of that though okay as I was supposed to go meet with him in Mexico you know a couple of weeks ahead or you know what I mean. I'm sorry a couple of weeks before he passed in kind of fucked everyone everyone's head man and that's why I didn't happen okay so I I would have been probably from browse I most. I'm talking one hundred percent dollar item and now just for the people that may not know. Was this before or after this is after after I had left but it wasn't like on on jumping fence type. Should I had left? I got cool with Ravi. He took me round and start kicking at kicking with everybody from Brown side and then they show me love and it was a whole different vibe than high power. I'm talking like three flip and the ship was cool man. I felt like family. You know And then a it was heading towards her. That's pretty much. How can they will send towards? Aaron then occur. Unfortunately they'll fucking. Oh Gee you know right. Would you fell now before you were supposed to go over there to meet Him Mexico? Did you ever meet him at all over here when I wish I wish but I talked? I did have an honor to talk to him on the phone. A couple of times By music and he was like me. I remember he was like Damn. How many like a fucking machine gun? 'cause I'm arresting them like say something about me wrapping selling machine on Youtube and he said it again on the phone. He's like you know like a bucket machine like a bucket a archer. He's going off last Brian. You buy side one. I'm winning. We talk whenever you're having a phone but I remember man I he had such a fucking great spirit man. That's one thing I wanted to ask you. If there's anything that you can take away from just a few times that you talked to him on the phone or the vibe dot camp. What's one thing that you'll always remember all you take with you as far as like there's one if there's one thing that I remember him for you know? Is there anything that's fan? I'm a little bus. I'm trying to remember exactly used to say used to say some shit. I used to always tell everyone you could like like You sorry month fuck. He's say some shit like that like you fucking offer guy. He's always say some funny as shit though it's been a while since I heard him though because unfortunately but he passed but like I remember when used to watch his life. He's it'd be like you fucking I've forgotten if you guys are watching man fucking message me that she would be like you fucking know I got. I got to say e want the Tokyo like raggedy motherfucker. I love what he to say that I should buy the bugger laugh as you ragging you raggedy mother Book Sheets. Make me laugh per one thing. I'll take away from Tokyo on true. Tip is confidence me against me against army. I don't give a fuck still whole mine dope. That's my take from. Tokar go so he was mad. I usually get chills when I watch gang related fucking video your way he comes up and everybody around him and fucking just wow man like his confidence was through the roof like he knew Talker Hami. I'll talk my shit like everybody else. Fuck Down Homey well. I love this confidence. That's what I took from him. They may tell the fans something before we go to break. Okay Because I don't want you to get to because you're GonNa Break Donald Lyrics for me in the next thirty minutes. GonNa Start Dreaming. Okay so now Let me tell the fans something really quick this month I'm not gonNA say who will have somebody from Brown side here. Ok Okay so if you wanNA come chiltern motive. Welcome because fans have been waiting when you're GONNA get this. When are you Gon Mateo say? We only do two shows a week causing news. You know what I'm saying so we're going to have somebody here from Brown side and I'm GonNa ask them everything that everybody wants to ask. Yeah also yeah so anyways everybody. We're going to go in and take a ten minute break. I'M GONNA start drinking so getting real fucking stupid. Please forgive me. Pray for me. How harbor they'll come on? Tony exactly so we're going to have some girls to start working for us right now for ten minutes so make sure you guys come back call. Somebody take somebody patient body. Slap the shit our somebody let them know that cooter the motherfucking savage in the building. And he's about the breakdown his song. What if you had a big cock I mean what was cocky so I pulled it out during break all right you guys? We'll be back. Welcome back everybody to Radio Episode Fifty. One and I don't know why people are calling me right now but anyways you know him live but you know what let me go ahead and remind everybody I let me give a big shout out to my boy blast all once again. He blessed me with them and let me give shelter him apple blessing with his shirt. Now the reason why I mentioned him. Not only 'cause he blessed me with this and the shirt but he also suffered a loss in his family and we want to on behalf of me. John John Everybody I mean we have John. Digi everybody here as far as my team You know we just want to say that our burs with you and I'm sorry for what happened so other than that. We just hooked ourselves was Mitchell other and some shots were I started. Drinking is kind of goofy but before I started drinking. I just WanNa say that for those of you that are watching right now and are not subscribed many of you have hit me on the DM and told me how do I subscribe very simple once again if you own your laptop or your phone just described but it doesn't say click here you just hit. Two words subscribe and it will subscribe you. Then there's a little button that you hit that and every time we go live or every time we live. We are uploaded a video. You will be notified to let you know but we need you to subscribe seven months. I hit fifteen thousand subscribers. Okay Helmi hit twenty by the end of this month if that's possible so once again Encourage somebody slapped shit. Our somebody and let them know to subscribe to Rhodium radio other than that anything that I might have forgotten our repeated towards at the end because I know John. GimMe a whole list but now my interview. It's kudos interview. We're going on these shots because I don't want to get to two up fucking homes. Yeah but but I wanted to tell you because you were wrapping song earlier by Spike. You WANNA show. Ya little spice out a little spy from side. We Must Homey me and my cousin. Garner from an era we used to. We used to bump to 'em cousin Looney to the one time rap man. It's funny because like man little spike we really bumped. And it's funny because when you really get down my core and when I really started I wrapping little spike is kind of the one I wanna Kinda of knew that every night fucking going off you know like they let him have it. You know man I remember he was. I come from the start. You can't fuck with this. I was raised on the streets by some Gangsta Shit. I'm the Horny motherfucker from the to click not giving a fuck. I'm from Wilmington Area Brown Priority Mexicans. Tell me if I'm wrong. We some hooligans walking walking around high ready to kill again that'll home. He's learned bass when we lead the attack. I mean we used to bump that even though he was from we must like at the time he he had been passed unfortunately at that time that we were losing Tampa. Like I'm saying as he as a young me like you know like I I would hear him our love. His Energy and my cousin got put on put onto him. This Hamedani in I remember when you show me is I. Can't there's some full? I think he passed. But like this little missile. Before you got here forceful hard these are you gonNa hear coming real and that was always our song. Go when we'd be lacking we'll probably get some shit full. I'll say a man my cousin. My cousin knows I if coming real comes on we Guinness Shit tonight. That's the fucking cold for like. I want to get active like like something happens. Like we'll be chilling out the PUCK and finally party so that he puts don't don't don't don't don't already know like fuck and then. I go find the finding somebody that night with Mac. Ace shots a little spy. Mass outside we must man fucking an ESA. Harbury thing man all the way around me now. You know what I'm GonNa do. I'M GONNA tell my boy John the to send you a link because I want you to watch whenever you have time for you like watching documentaries and you're a youngster. Okay not in a bad way. Yeah I want you to watch this okay. I want you really want you to watch this because I want you to see something else going on pretty much in your city that took place There are a lot of people may not know Dan. Do you watch it like I encourage everybody else. Do a twenty to thirty second video clip of yourself and let me know and I'll give you the email you send just say your magic Zolotova Blah mutation Russia's. Just tell me when I tell you what what I think about it. In an honest way on his nobody has ever district. No one everybody loves it. You know I wouldn't desist from my sitting. He saw his heart already. Got a work. That'll work so now would inspired. Even though again you share with me I try to ask questions from a fast perspective. As if I don't know but the Tony. Take that shot. I'M GONNA SIP on Mine Pedal. Let's get homes. Salou took till you till your future. Yeah whatever whatever so now. What if I was cocky? What inspired that song man was it. When you first heard the beat up in my love from John F you wrap and you're a somebody already in you guys. Don't you know like if you everybody knows why no and fucking I'm talking about the whole genre dog everybody Homey? I'm tired of them. Fucking knockout insane. That's what it is. I'm so tired of this shit and angers me because I know hard. My fellow homeboys work to try and they come up with Dope Shit and that she gets no fucking play. Just because we're not fucking Negra it out and that's cool and I okay. I understand that from their point of view from our point of view that means that we need to be that much better than them. And it's not a racial thing. I'm just saying what we need to be that good but they ha- you need to be like Colby to where they have. They can't say nothing like I guess. We have to his hard so so what that song. What if I was cocky at I d? I address some points that needed to be addressed but a in not so much disrespectful way that I could have addressed it but more in a in a way that I felt was universal for everyone to understand because it needs to be addressed and I'm tired. I'm tired of them casting us as fucking extras in there. Fucking shows but yet you get my homeboy. Who was an extra in your fucking show? Who is a main extra a fuck speaking role on the next fucking episode or some? Shit like well. You're okay but you don't almost that right I get it. You don't almost that. Can we have an opportunity to earn that? You don't even that so excuse me but you just want you just want us for the fucking look. How many we're tired of that. I'm I'm tired of that. No you don with that because a lot of people that yes. That's my thing Tony. Yes. There's a lot of people that feel that way. I feel that way and I want to clear his wanting because I I don't want somebody to walk away with something. You might have said when it comes to black artist. There's a lot of them that we love and we listened to. Yeah that's not. A racial thing is not but it's a real thing it's a real thing when you ask them how they think about us. It's a real thing homey and it's very touchy subject. It is a lot of people a lot of people. Don't want to touch it. I don't mind touching it all at once again. We just want to say that is not a racial thing. But it's like no but it's a real thing it's a street thing. We do feel that with good talent with good product we do deserve our own spot Pretty much pretty much more restrained much for them you got to be the baddest ever heard that is for them to even give you a kind of a chance to like get on their song. You know you probably got to hook them up and fucking in and it shouldn't be like that man. I'm tired of that. Homey got tired of that. Like we're just like you. I came on the focus. Might be like the majority in this motherfucker but the minority told me we really. We went out there and did that Shit. And we're Bama fucker. Soon when it comes to the MIC all. I'm trying to prove his point. Tony with that song. All I'm trying to prove is our point to not not not not not any kind of race a has nothing to do with race dog. I'm stating facts that everybody knows and even they know or themselves all saying is like Homey. We're fucking tired. Words are fucking spot having earned it yet no more than that. Cujo spot in by himself. And if anybody wants to tag along and fucking a really put some bars up to to let everyone know radio stations. Any whoever the fuck Hollywood is right to whoever's Fuckin- is were fucking good enough grumman. That's how I feel and that's what pretty much stayed on in that song. Now here's the number one question Actually probably tie number one number two. The first one was the high poverty. You answer that secret you nailed it. He moved on. You'll have high power Ku the next one was. He disobeyed misfit on that song. What was cocky or if I was talking anything we both know the answer. No but just go ahead for those. That are listening. Then we'll fight. What did they say? I don't even remember the part that what you're saying. Oh He's dismissed or he's like that's where all the comments mixture because I do try to dictate like another funny Chesney if I if you mugs and dismissed. The misfit misfit knows how how I am and how I ride my he wouldn't and and that's not me trying to avoid nothing if I if I if I had this missed it you would know and miss it. What making known and let you guys know? I believe me Homie. Misfit was nowhere in my mind when I was saying what I was saying but at the same time. I was speaking of everybody homey everybody. So the shoe fits wear it but no. I didn't have misfit in my mind as I wrote that song. No I didn't. I'm glad yeah. Yeah so missiles high right dog. He'll he he knows I am. If I was speaking to him he would know. And you know what I mean. And obviously that's not the case because yes. She gave me props on that song but like in his own way. Because I know high is and we all we all know that post a honestly have you guys. Seen that reside cujo pain was a hand line. I'm playing this. This is like second grade shit. I'm just telling you well I'll tell you what when I saw that. When he's playing with Joe he knows he has to take that. He was the song known as he knows. I am better. Things are coming down. I coudl playing and I laugh because everyone was like trying to send me that. As as like a damn look what he say like. He's not lying. Misbehave seem awful potential. I'm only giving you twenty five percent thirty percent of the lyrical bars that could do as Mr laughing about like. Oh it's only third and apple pain and withdraw like any serious do on my response to that police down-home missing you Eli. He knows not just a lot. She puts out an his full potential. Either he could but we have to make them more commercialized. A little bit sometimes ochre okay. Now it was a port on your song where you said something about and we'll come back to you. Just use US as extras. But we'll come back to that. But were you say something like Again I'm not a rapper. So I'm paraphrasing your lyric. Okay you sound like the game is Mediocre Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But the part. I'm talking can you call that part man so what I'm saying is I said and why they call in. Every child rapper. Little Joker I'll tell you why. The whole gang's mediocre. And the reason I said that was because as a whole bunch of people that judge us outside of our John. Rhea I'm talking. Everyone other than Chicano rapper. Anyone to channel the listens to what we listened to grow. You guys know what I'm saying right. They all judges I. I'm tired of getting made fun of when I when I play something like some some some good in all whose ads joker like making fun of it and I'm talking from like since I was a teenager to now I always at low. Little joker like food dress up as the joker as Halloween to me. That's disrespectful yeah. I feel that way like little dog earlier. Making Fun of that. Show that but this is a real lifestyle man but the fucking movies made that. Shit like a comedy thing and okay. Whatever man whatever homey nothing to do with me but just no just just as quick as it is funny as quick as it is real bird nest my thing you know so. I mean I have I have to keep it real with my fellow rappers that are China maker right now so I mean I could put as bar. I meant that for everybody. Step you're fucking bars lagoon. You're you're okay. Be grateful serious. Say SOME CRAZY ASS. Shit that will make me fucking like take my fucking hat off dog. Because I'm doing that for you right. So we're in the fucking paver spin. Don't just fucking like cruising and said you're pretty no got books shipped back in the PUCK and tech okay. That's easy even I do this. Shit on the easiest levels along you guys need to fuck and say some crazy shit like my bringing homey because it's about that time. 'cause you finals are coming back up right now. So if you're not can take advantage of this time with and you're going to get left behind that's all. I'm going to say about that period but that's what I'm on with that show with a pretty much. That's your question Tony. Because I was like whatever foamy. Hey what I meant with that bar. Is You mother? Fuckers ain't good enough. You are good enough but your your last fucking song wasn't so make it good enough. That's it are you in it to win it or are you in the fucking for the fucking look and Shit. Because I'm in it. I mean it's a fucking pool point. I'm going to be the greatest man I want to. I literally want to be the greatest I want to be on fucking shady records fucking bt. Cypher I want to be the combatants. Fucking mother fucking Mexican. They ever heard though because when they hear me they're going to hear US and represent correctly. Every time I represent those. Oh you guys you think like that too so what I meant by you. Know like I said by the con- Every told a rapid the joker I'll tell you. Why The Hague as are you? Food sound the same. I'm sorry to say that that's true. you know what there's a lot of people that feel executive like role exactly like you so But anyways you said on the on another part of the song and once again. I'm paraphrasing are not a rapper. Now we've talked meets. I'll be able to hunt beach to you. But you said something like the only one that uses as extras Yep. That's the acting stuff. Yeah can you share yes. That's the acting stuff so I said Diseases for the actress music is TV shows and the next US. Next Day they see as the next day we see them pulling Alexis. Call the cops on a slap them all the pigs abreast. Us pretty much. What I'm saying is like they just need when they need us. They need us for an extra. And they're fucking. Tv show they need. They need us as an extra in there. Fucking movie right because could because we're authentic right. We looked apart we but more than that. We are the part and they know that. So they're gonNA use this for that day. What pay US fucking eight hours or whatever but the next day the motherfuckers GONNA come up. Am I switch up the fucking director? Fuck that motherfucker. Do Crazy I've seen him on. Is Them Call Them? Call the cops on a fucking actor like exactly what I said Dude Day. Just use this further extras music videos TV shows and they next us the next day. We'll see him pull up into Lexus. Director call the cops on us. You know what I mean. Yeah it's like it's the religion I say do. That's on shit laughing while the pigs arrest us. You know what I mean like we got you a fucking pipe in Hainan. I got what I needed from. You laugh at you. Now show the home this year and I keeping your real dog. I'm not comparing the two but I'm just saying like from Deir Mindset. They're just using US. Like we like they. Don't give a fuck food like we. We need the media authenticity. So we're GonNa Take Dad. You know what I mean and so on so I feel the way I feel about. That is like math. Fuck you. Homie this real rhino. Honestly I did this. This year has fucking generations traditions. I me myself so you just need it for free fucking movie right now. That's only museum fucking movie. Homey right befogged helming. We're better than that why. Why don't men because I know a couple of actors that are good enough to have their own fucking shows? My my little homie do know who's a fucking comedian. Should be doing. Stand up like a motherfucker but because he's Mexican s going to be a little hard for him because a couple and Wakefield and I'm tired of it. That's why I said what I said on that bar. Though I'll be asking relate you know I went with a friend of mine to do a or he? Will they were doing a unofficial debt roll documentary? These was some people from Germany. That came down. And they they finish interviewing my friend and they looked at me and one guy looks just looking at me the whole time grant and he talked to the other Guy News here and he and the Guy Approaches many tells me heels. Hey have you consider getting tattoos on your face and I asked him for what and he said. Oh because you will make a great gang member in a movie we could put you in a leading role. You're tall he says you're kinda muscular. You got high cheekbones and do the way. You fucking serious bro. And he was an he thought it was going to be like. Yeah Man I'm there answered. Is that the way you see this booking gang member in fucking jail like are you serious? He did a puck enough. Envy but I'm saying sentiment. I want homey. It makes you want to be like. What do you mean it makes you want to be rowdy? Doesn't it Tony? Homey fuck you like it makes you want to get on that on that level because they're so uneducated about us and their soul fucking disc quick to fucking like we're at their fucking as you know they're fucking like Oh like you said all youth department we can touch you fucking period. So he's going to get the fuck up. Yeah do you WanNa do it like you know? I mean it's like fuck that homeboy right. It's because he's these fucking honest Anna California Place Man. They don't fucking understand they don't understand how really should is and how deeply gets and how traditional it is A. I'm started but Tony. Tired of man as I say unplugging tired of Tony I'M TIRED OF MAN. I need to say something you you made it loud and clear role in that song. So I'm thankful you did. Because that's like I said last week promoting his interview last week What are they Sunday? Fuck forget Wednesday. I said it Wednesday when my boy fables here I said you guys are going to WanNa tune in because I have a guy coming in. And he's got the hottest song of twenty twenty up to right now lyrically. He's got the hottest song and I said that. Not only. Is it true. But like you said if you're GONNA wrap step of your fucking game you know it's easy to name would drink to name a Lolo. It's easy to you. Know to wrap over more bounce and I'm not gonNA anybody but it's mediocre in his repetitive. Okay step up your game. If you're really going to be a part of because it does industries. Were always going to look at it as a fucking joke saying. I'm tired of that because I've seen it for ten then be like. Oh Yeah whom you're straight whatever and then like food is north. Fuck out of us. I'm so tired I mean that's a laughable like fucking night fuck. You only right what I gotTa do that for you folks to hear me right fucking Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah by like. Food is going to hear me now. Right now you're going to hear you're going to hear the essays Homie you're gonNA. You're going to hear US right and I don't know I can't speak on areas but the harbor area is like that but if you're not hearing this we're GonNa make nearest certain that's it and that's the way I was raised by my own from the Harbury. I like you bobby April you by yourself. by Contam- people by yourself. You make yourself known to those ten people. Exactly exact- some homing. I'm sending football. You know if he was saying that's how I am full. They're gonNA know me right. You GonNa hear me. You're GonNa know me but what I'm what I'm representing at this point is is us but I'm not going to say I am the representation. There's other people like Bozo like other represented a fucking super correctly. But I'm like to say out of the youngsters on the driving force to say that and I'm fucking tired of him right and your courage spitballs off so much that they don't like fucking include us man all these fucking opportunities and shared that he's like man what about US army against him. Why I need to stand up there right. We need to make ourselves no-name like and if that's not enough with an I need to go harder. I need to be Godly with my lyrics. That's how I feel your somebody walking up to you will be a great killer this. You'RE GONNA kill you would do you would do grey Novenas chipmunks fucking chairman stupid shit like that. I want you to be an extra in the Miami's Yeah I know I'm like that you're GONNA kill Philippa. They'll never you probably make one hundred dollars and then you get to ten pitchers and it looks like you're doing good on instagram. But you're really living with your mom but anyways We probably pissed a lot of people because we just pull their joining down on radio. But anyways I'm GonNa ask you another question really quick. A question is do you want another shot. Yes Sir okay. Don't Donnie Bro. Because it. Take your time Bro. Because I'm really getting out. Yes cohi- bucket on the lives of risk anyways. We're from the harbour man. We didn't give a fuck on San Harare. You take. That Shit's had homey book. Whatever happens happens. It's not an exact parliament your shot now. You know what I wanted to ask. You said one part I was fucking really really dolts again. I'm paraphrasing radio waiting for them. Can you share a little bit about that Because the radio station is don't give us a know type of shine. If eminem right Eminem the M we know right. Let's just say I grew up like got jumped into the water will live Bob. I forgot jumped in rank. And he's EMINEM wearing long socks. Whatever no matter how fucking dopey as man the fucking radio station will not bump in dude. They're not going to. That's and that's fucked up homie. That's what I'm saying. So that pulling fuck the radio stations. We're not waiting for you because we know you don't like us. Why are we going to keep kissing ass? Why we're going to keep trying to like when you put booking loop fuck you fuck. We'll start on fucking radio stations. In and then you have on the sex assigned feel like man fucking my own thing then and and create the thing. What you Kinda rap is GonNa wrap is known for looking a certain way but like Bozo. One said ferry intelligently. Wouldn't it to reinvent that and I always kept that in my head like okay. What is she gonNA wrap? Ship people usually say that. Shit people laugh at usually. Yeah for from from the from the fucking Oldie fools old once before us but now they're starting to take it serious but they're they're trying to see how serious we're taking so with that being said is we need to reinvent it. We need to make something that is worth like. It's our people do something like A. They have not awards. They got motherfucking. The source they got all kinds of shit. You know what I mean. All the fucking awards. It happened one. The fuck of fucked you on rap awards none never ever ever ever. Why not because? No one has stepped up to put the money up to put the type of things up to put trophies in people's hands to give them the amount of confidence that could be like damn homie. This is for real even though we're not on TV even though we're not doing an initiate it's like well we feel like them fools to fucking bt MTV whatever. Why is there no type of awards? Nothing Mike for all the fucking work hard work that they that are the all these artists fucking put in. Weiser nothing to show for it. We don't have that kind of thing. So everyone who says fuck you fuck I just put it out in. I'll put it out. I mean that's what I'm saying but none was ever live booking damn home. Fuck I want to win like underground rapid year? Fuck it fuck the mainstream underground of the year. I want the fucking best album. Maybe they may take a listen and if not fucking to right. We don't even have that right. You know I'm GonNa make something really quick that's probably gonNA piss radio. Offer his mom fuck. I'm Tony Welcome but I'm saying it from the heart. Okay Fuck Minnea- Sony and give them after. Yes we have a lot of Chicanos and she got us at Poblano six and Net a katy. Okay not playing our ship not hooking up not even telling US okay even if we're not good enough to get played on there and not even telling us how we can fix it. That talent is how we can better ourselves to get played on their. They don't give a fuck and there's an a it's about them and there's and I get to but at the same time don't don't me talking about Donald issue when you rely on your little fucking video shit our cooking fucking exactly Charlotte to the homie. I'M NOT GONNA mention names like you said into shoe fits word power one six and Katie. Okay we got a bunch of Donelson Chicanos over. Do not look out for anyone at our only chemo gene. Okay that's because They're related somehow. But I'll tell you that after on the only way and those people do not look out what when a sequel Demayo. Hey everybody. We have corona saw Sanchez. Talavera couple or whatever you know. They're not opening doors. Parole during no fucking help booking deadbeat and that's why you kinda like like it's kind of like to them like Oh we're the fucking work. They gotta do just to give their part. You know like fuck like all right we gotta fuck the Mexicans Real Quick Hand Dan who thank God that Miami Park got the shot the way anyways it's like we're like to fuck and end ended their fucking. I'm tired of before retired. If you're gonNA fucking hear me now they're gonNA fucking bats on baddest in fucking Shit Savannah's like I'm talking. Not even just meet his other fuckers right. We're hungry we want this. We want our fucking spot. One are spot back on the radio. Stations these supplies for four hours. You want that back real well. If you're not going to give it to us domina Ernie myself or whoever hop on and shit shots. I'm bound shit now. Here's the thing though. They're not help another. They don't give a shit but I like to say that you cannot conduct convenient when it works for them. Exactly when it's convenient I get it okay. But but here's my thing say. I worked at the radio station K. Uganda came up to me. That is my ship okay. I'm only there for reason and I'm GonNa be real with you. Yeah I'm there because we already know what Brady wants to hear. You want to hear the mainstream bullshit you know but if I could open doors for our people his I'm going to say okay liberal a love your shit. I'm GonNa Talk to whoever and I'm GONNA get your song on their even. Have to put my fucking job on the line because those people don't even pay their fucking much anyways a lot of people don't know when. I'm an almost kind of throw some people under the bus real quick. But you know how much they'll did you get paid to spin about thirty forty bucks a day nothin' crumbs. Don't quit day job. Okay let me take some. I've been at home is on. Yeah I've been asked to spend their how much you're GonNa pay me all day. Pay This much. Fuck bad fucking gas money bro. So anyways I would tell you you know what I like your song. Cool you gotta near the homeless Kuwait by like it. Cool but you gotta come with it. Because is what we're facing a WHO were up against so rubber against the sharks. Yes so on that so when you said this mediocre. That was very true very true. Aim what you're saying is step your game up so that we can be hurt. Yes and and that's true because I've had. Dj's from the radio said do they just came correct. And I said hold on hold on because there's guide on there they got piece of shit songs and you got there on regular rotation but if you take what you GonNa wrap and you look at their spotify you look at the Youtube and you go by the numbers lap these guys. But you ain't trying to listen to him you know because you know nobody knows nobody who gives a fuck. Yeah exactly so but tired of anyways you know what? I'm having a good time to reduce owning dishes for. I'm glad that environment with a like my reason. You know I'm tired of that man. That homie I. Fuck you a psych. That could is in everybody's hood if you ain't GonNa fuck and hear us then we're GonNa fucking make you hear us. Yes and you're gonNA feel then at that point and that's I'm coming at it. Hey I wanted to ask you a serious question do you like Yes sir? I'M GONNA invite you over one day when we have simple solely on the royal rabbi knows thirty s okay and so We could could you ask me a question? I want to know what how you did how you did it again and I was like. It's too much to tell you right now but I'm GonNa Bite you over Dan. We're going to chop it up because look it. I don't WanNa work with you. Even one or two two songs down even count it does it is what it is. I WanNa work with you because my Gino you know. I got a certain loyalty to you. Because it from the heart Barry Salou so don't doubt it we'd look at you guys. You guys look homey down at him. He's half my age and he's out drinking me. That's fucked up anyways. You better take him when you fucking homegirl. Okay I'm GonNa Talk to you like my son talking about the Barbara on me exactly homey. Tony cottee clapping. You hear me throw beat on April limitations on demand I got I got some dope beats. I really don't beat because I don't really know. Mediocre Bullshit Bro. How I know when I do beat and when I used to work with metal is always. Tell Him Dude. I make sure when I do. A beat at every song is could be a possible single single like it could be a possible radio song so when I whenever I show you stop I'll show you stop. That's kind of like I'm just starting it. What do you think of the drama as cool town? I'm feeling that they're not start to build on. It could throw another floppy disk because I I was bringing my old school machine would think about that. I'm not billing to take another one. That's how it works. I'll be able to chemistry with an artist. We get a good tool three. Four solid songs Balmy. You'll be stoppable. Let me tell you something what I what I would like to do. One day eventually to do a whole album whole album if possible with with no features could have done that. Okay Yeah I. I would actually rather do that but usually they the they want me to focal features over. Switch it up but I would actually rather do that because that's what I'm used to doing anyway. Four anything you know and and the reason why I say that because some people today they say this is my album permeability. You have twenty. Do fucking wrapping around brought a compilation You know what I'm saying just you know L. O. J. Said this and I'm GONNA call him. He says something on twitter and people took an offensive. He said my. Outta went double platinum had no features and when I say that on twitter people got offended. What do you? What do you got against features a nothing if anything When you don't have features actually shows real talent on what you can bring by yourself and when you have features. It's kind of like a homey home. Yo homey has gone like that kind of thing like fogleman songs. That are witty. I got three other songs. Like Damn Homie life. You can hook it up. You know you're saying I I it'd be a fucking superbeing saying like if but if you can't do all twelve songs by yourself and then I mean shit you're still talented at that point but like then then you're not like special. You're not invited to the dinner. Yeah he's acting homing. You're not doing special okay okay. I'm GonNa ask you a question that I never asked anybody else. Is there anything that you want me to ask you say? Don't ask me about how old I was when I got my first girlfriend. No Nah I mean. Yeah no I wish. I wish you would have told me that before. I came up with a gang of fucking questions but I don't I mean what are we wonder fuck it. And they're watching. We're good when he really really wondering. Okay all right now. What can people expect from you? You dropped song Okay is anything else coming? Yes sheriff exclusive. I'm dropping in EPA. But I'm going to turn it into an album and it's going to be called. Fuck what you say Stevie. 'cause I know he's listening. I'M GONNA call this shit diamond and snake-pit because we wanted to get the diamond. There's a whole bunch of snakes that you might get bit but you might not get bit but you like you're surrounded by snakes and you're the diamond and I feel like on the diamond surrounded by snakes but I do got my righteous ones around me and the and they take care of me and my righteous ones who they are in a were the ones that are really going to change the game with with no crazy ass shit behind this. You sought some talent shit and You Know Shit I said Man. Somebody wanted me to ask you. Do you believe in bigfoot. Hell Yeah I've seen them on the fuck one time when I was four years old. I know I've seen as everyday. I wish I was thirteen. One time my mom took her sock off one. I was I especially this year as long as on that now. And ask you another goofy question. What's your favorite Mexican dish? Because the Real Okay I'll tell you. Mind that New Manila bomb for me on the two. I'm talking with all of it. Yeah for me I like Chilavathai Hall is I don't care if it's in a Burrito or just yeah funky by Shit like seriously like that's my shit and I only eat certain restaurants Chile now where you know where you're gonna I'M GONNA GIVE A. I'm glad you asked me because I'm going to give a shout out to my board right here because I grew up eating at his restaurants on pch. Chitose does have tried yes try worry too the chiller where it is just like. I tried a bunch of different restaurants. Sheila very good for some reason. There's distinguish I mean. Yeah they might have been in. I don't know but it's good. You know the May stir it with a foot and it's good and it's like so now your favorite movie. Two Thousand Nineteen favorite movie. Man I on alignment I like. I like aqua man. She was tight on July. Okay my son was into it. He was rarely born or whatever it was like. I'm not even twenty nineteen I'm GonNa just washed. It came out in two thousand eighteen that washed it later but I mean Shit Twenty nineteen man. That's all I can really remember from. Okay I'm going to recommend it and I'M GONNA recommend to everybody out there. You have to watch Bohemian rhapsody. Yeah I've seen that with Dole best movie Yup whom I I don't I can't pretty mercury. Yeah okay now. Here's here's another question. Okay as a kid was a singer or actor anybody you wanted to be. Trayvon's real talk about all the hyenas for hills. Yeah Hillier Callahan is GONNA book and they'd be they'd like clicking. They're being so that. Should there be like fucking apples are singing. It'd be looking way. Yeah no. I wish I was apple hell. Nah I'm the ugly troll from fucking under the let me taste wants your shit. Just don't take the fuck off and you're going to have little Chicano San. I wish I was cujo carrying fucking amount to be like me. You're going to be a good role model. I want to know what you're going to be a good father much. Good thing because ever since I've been talking to you everything you studies for my son for my family CETERA. It's all been family orientated. And I love that role because family should always come first. I've had people that have canceled on me. Told me you know what is because it is. My son is sacred My son or I can't leave Family First. Rodeo radio that Super FUCKING AUTHENTIC D. Do the family you understand that. Sometimes it is like that. Anu You know you know what decided well. Of course you know one thing about us. Latinos Bro is that our family is everything Our families every look. Let me take something. See I've known people that have sold out to this music. Business and pretty much fucked her family K. But guess what they fought for coffee holding back to Japan and the puck and burned that bridge with me family. I K Music Second Rhodium radio third or whatever but my family would always be there because my family I'm fucking nothing without God and my family I I agree so but up other than that I don't know man you you WanNa talk to watch and Bro. We got six hundred people even let me do show tomorrow man begay for Frog town. Big Brother Rask promotional I do I do a shadow after all it's GonNa rappers man that that know me personally and they know what I'm trying to do with this and and and everyone that's really putting their heart into the ship man and I really be something homey I could be like cray. You've just got to believe in yourself away myself away in the way that I believe in you guys. I just want you to bring in Homey and I'm tired of foods is just getting by you. Know that how I gotTa say Brenna shifts were Mexican food slacking bring a dog. I bring it and fucking and I'll help you. I'll do what I can put you. But if you're not bringing you're bringing it if you are bringing it brain shit because I'm like I said Tony the whole fucking interview. I'm tired that dog. I'm tired of us. Aren't getting taken serious Roy. I just saw commerce at this food. Just this whole Chicano rap game now is giving a shot can let me here. What are we what are you saying? That's all he said he said this food just did the whole GonNa on a rapid game. All he said was. Step your game up to me. That's constructive criticism exactly. Hey homie is. I did this the whole I did this. I just everybody just see what they can. Bring someone calling you out for like. That's someone from your neighborhood if you bang naval soap at the hands. How many are you real gangster? Or you're you're you can't fight for Shit you're GonNa do show me what you got. Yeah you'RE GONNA come back with it. Get Down Home. You had it anywhere and somebody coming. Mitchell. Gone Mitchell gun in the house and then somebody else said Tony ask him. Does he speak Spanish yes he speaks Spanish girl okay. These Spanish Spanish say see see they speak. Spanish Homie Okay. Alabama saying new ORLE- Haina. Okay he knows. Hey come on only elbows up. Saw The side yes anyway. They do their focus stupid but anyways real quick of now is their special shots. You want to vote. Yes sir go ahead yeah once again. I want to give us out tomorrow. Man Big a from Frog town ironing. I want to give a shout out to my big brother Razz. Most Yano only give a big shout out to the whole team. I WanNa give a shout fan. I WANNA give a shout out on the fucking illegal P shelter to I'm talking. Everyone is doing right now. I'm talking Bozell. F- Cam I'm talking to fucking Bowling Movement skyrocket swifty fucking. I'm talking everybody dog. Fucking shit me. Shout to fucking infant and shadow to. I'm a homeowner. I'm just giving process right now for the. I'm just proud of who I'm saying right now. I'm proud of everybody like really. She cracking man at Camp. 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Alan Yang on Work Ethic, Master of None, and Asians on Screen

The Dave Chang Show

1:11:43 hr | 5 months ago

Alan Yang on Work Ethic, Master of None, and Asians on Screen

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I know like alan yang is our guest. Today on the podcast krisztian. I and isaac get to chat with him about his new season of master of none. That's on netflix. right now. A different approach than the previous seasons. And i think it's incredibly well done and we go to win or go to eap into it. But i just want to give everyone a heads up if you listen to it. There are some spoilers in that. So i don't think i'm ruining too much in this day and age where hard not to have a show spoiled but if you want to watch this and not have it ruined for you about halfway through the interview with alan. There are some spoilers. Just a heads up. But if you've never heard of alan yang. He helped me win a million dollars for who wants to be a millionaire as my smartest friend. He's been a screenwriter for parks and recreation. He made his directorial debut with tiger tail. Also on netflix. You should check it out. It is a beautiful movie. And alan somebody that i think is incredibly important for asian american representation. Because she's at the top of his game he somebody that could have done anything whether it's a doctor lawyer banker engineer and he chose to find his calling in comedy writing and now he's directing and he's producing his work on her new show with my rudolph and Just somebody that. I feel like we should study a lot. More of an is certainly a template. If you're thinking about entering hollywood as an actor writer as director producer somebody that we can all sort of study and If you are thinking about it you should learn about how alan yang did it We have another podcast with them. We they probably like two two years ago He's been on a couple of times. And i think this is the third time on our podcast. Hope you enjoy it so before we get into. That conversation just wanted to talk about a few things. When i was last in new york. When we're filming for this show that we're doing. I got to eat a lot of pizza. We talked about that with with chris. An isaac Couple of weeks ago about all the pizza. I consume than how i like to eat pizza but I did save the best pizza eating for me at lou. Collies one of the best pizzerias around one of my favorites. And i just wanted to give mark the owner chef shout because he just announced his new slice shop. That is about I don't know two three minute walk. He showed me the space. It's beautiful. I can't wait to go back to carol gardens and check out his new slice shop. I can't remember the name. I think it's like luke something but If you haven't been there go check it out. It is one of my favorite favorite favorite restaurants I also finally got to go back to gardena in eat. I had a wonderful dinner at ota. Fukui it's a restaurant that we featured in breakfast lunch and dinner with lena with who also the main character Denise in this season of master of none. And i got to show her some of my favorite eateries in los angeles particularly gardena gardena and torrance. But for me. I know gardena a lot. More than torrance. has some of the best japanese food and best restaurants ota fukui. Being one of them it is very unassuming. You could drive right past did. The entrance is actually not the front entrance on the backside You can still dine outside. It's a restaurant that wasn't able to do as much delivery and take away as possible because a lot of their food isn't meant for that so i think it's really important. You support restaurants like a different when you go there and you eat and you spend as much as you can because restaurants like that are so important. Because there's not many restaurants like fukuda in los angeles or in america for that matter know it's technically an kaya which serves us sort of a hodgepodge of a lot of things. They have great show but they have great. They have great sasha me they have great daily specials their temperatures great their temperance seal is fantastic. Dashi market tomago is great. Literally everything they make is really good to great. And i love this restaurant so much. Ota fukui on in gardena. If you haven't been there please please go. And it's not like modern japanese or what you might think like. You know a japanese restaurant might be. It's the kind restaurant that. If i did live closer i would eat there all the time and it's just kind of restaurant that people don't open up anymore and i. I'm not sure why but it's a special restaurant. I love it very much. And we need to support restaurants more than ever and that hasn't changed and a lot of restaurants that are coming back online. They need your support. So i'm gonna try my best to always tell you guys places clearly. I'm in los angeles here right now. Focusing on that but when we traveling a lot more. And i'm happy to shed light on places i i wish i could just do it all day. Long is I love this business. And i love the people that work in it and restaurants like otumfou should be very much cherished also just another. If you haven't seen it on netflix. High on the hog is streaming. It is incredibly important. Tv show with dr jessica harris steven. Satterfield is the sort of host of the show. I wanna talk a lot more about it later date but go watch it. You may not be familiar. Dr harris but she is an incredibly important figure in food. And it's just a beautiful show and honestly i don't think there's anything like it. I've never seen anything like it. And if you care about your food and american food ways this is a very important show so watch it. It's moving it's delicious. Roger williams directed it. It's just a great beautiful show so go check it out Wanted to give you one more couple. More things i've been grilling a lot more Since the weather's gotten a little bit nicer in one of the things i've been messing around with is cooking more pork ribs. It's mainly because My wife is pregnant again and cheese having different cravings and a kebab shop that. i. I won't tell you where they do. These skewered ribs. And i was like wait there so delicious. They're chewy but they're not slow cooked. They're not cook for three or four hours their operate they're just cooked hard and fast on a grill. And that's what i've been doing. And and i've done a few batches. Some i've cooked any day Sorta speed up the process. But i actually don't. I need to do that. Because i've tried it out where i've just marinated marinades out the right word. I have cured pork ribs spare ribs in momofuku savory salt. I'm saying momofuku savory yourself because we made it because it's awesome so you should really have to go through so much. I use it for everything eggs in the morning just about anything. I need to season. That's my go to the spicy. Salt is fantastic. But i've been screwing around a lot more which is using savory salt as the cure. I'll do that like an hour beforehand. And i'll cut all the ribs so they're just sort of rib blitz and then i'll get the grill is at heart with all the charcoal white and i'll move it to the side and cook them all on the the slower side which is still ripping hot. It's probably like four hundred five hundred degrees. And i don't really move around. I'm basically just cooking them. Hard and fast and twenty thirty minutes later. They're nice and caramelized they're beautiful. I squeeze a little lemon juice on them and they got chew. They're not fall off the bone they have texture. It's a lot like eating flanking or some version of kobe. Where you have chew. And i think this is important thing to talk about. Because a lot of people assume when you're grilling ribs or making cooking pork or beef that have a lot more sinew in a lot more cartilage or just muscle fibers that need long cooking process. Which gives you that sort of succulent fall off the bone type of texture. Which i think is fine but just feel like he can be overcooked and you see on social media a lot of people taking the bones out of like ribs and stuff like that. That's just too much. I want texture in my food and anything. What is really underrated. I should be saving this for my opinion as fact but eating ribs the have chew. It's still soft but it's not something that's just going to disintegrate in my mouth and i really really encourage you guys this summer to cook ribs like really hard really fast and you know shamelessly plugging my own salt but it really is delicious and give it a shot. I promise you it's going different texture. It's not going to be overly chewy. It's still going to be tender. And it's a kind of flavor that i really am craving a lot not just myself my wife is and i think i'm gonna continue cook it this way. I can do ribs and thirty minutes. It may not be the kind of rib tenderness that you're used to. But i think we need to sort of introduce different textures and food. I'm a big fan of texture and adjust space gave you the recipe cou- keurigs fast thirty forty minutes tops. Just make sure it doesn't burn and you're going to be pleasantly surprised at how delicious it can be In lastly i wanted to talk about one more thing because it sort of ties into alan yang. Whose families from taiwan another thing. I've been consuming a lot more and talked about it a little bit on. This podcast is boba. I have not really beneficial boba. And i think maybe it's because i've never had great boba. It's fucking good man. And i'm i'm enjoying. I didn't maybe i i've had boba years ago and i remember being a novelty but i think boba has gotten a lot better. It is time consuming and the tapioca. When it's made fresh can be really luscious and soft and man. There's some really great spots here. I don't actually want to talk about the boba tea which is great. I mean all the flavors whether it's milk tea Whether it's a smoothie whether it's hibiscus i've tried so many different shops. I'm actually not here to talk about the. I'm here to talk about how these boba shouts. Many of which are taiwanese owned and selling taiwanese food there. Food is awesome really good and for the most part alive. These shops again. If you're listening to this be like of course. This is normal. I'm just telling you. I have not been familiar with boba tea culture or the food. That's served in bombay shops and the fried chicken they have is delicious. The french fries are delicious. Usually have the house salt. I don't know what is in it. It's great they also almost all serve taco takasaki which is japanese. And if you don't know what i'm talking about just order it it's delicious. Yes there's a little chew and that's gonna be octopus in. The center of these beautiful balls are very similar to the able skipper. I can't pronounce it the the danish thing scandinavian sort of pancake ball. Some have more foods like minced pork on rice but just in general for me. I've really come to appreciate food. That is served in these bubble tea shops. And i'm accumulating. More information i'm going to share with you guys all not necessarily guide. But that's all i wanted to say i think i've rambled on for close to fifteen minutes. That's too long apologies. So shut the fuck up and let us get into our conversation with alan yang. Go checkout master of none season three. And i'm excited to see all the other shows that he's working on and again stay tuned. Be careful there are spoilers. Don't wanna piss you off if you planning to watch it and have a washington allen. How many podcasts interviews have you done so far the past when i've done a lot man There's still more coming. But yeah i saw blurring together man. It's christine tell you like we're in new york right now. And it's like the writer's room and then meetings were interviewing people to hire for the show and then and then press so it's like okay and it's by the way i'll be your house for the most part so hey There's a photo shoot and they come over. It's all your house right so it's okay now get ready and then it's in your house and then it's like in your and like everything in your apartment. Not complaining not complaining. It's hardly gig but it is funny to to to do so it's all your your house is a podcast do your house. Your writer's room. Your house is your whatever right. It's everything so and your house is also gymnasium. Where logging in. Maybe twenty thousand steps a day right. Yeah more poorly. How many steps have you taken in the last week. Everyone who knows me knows almost steps freak almost free basically in in the regular writer's room like previous shows every other show i've ever worked on. It's like i'll walk around as we're writing the show which is weird on the one hand but also kind of okay because a writer's room is pretty casual place and you generally have a little bit of space so i like to pace around and you know it's okay right you're there you know you're you're working all day you're pitching whatever stories characters jokes. Whatever it's okay to walk around now since we're on zoom. I can't do that right so i need to be in front of the computer. I need to look at the screen and be visible for our writers. So i i was like well. Here's the here's the compromise mcgregor seen suggested that she's like you should get a treadmill. Is you get a treadmill to go under the desk or table. Whatever says okay. i'll try it so guy really cheap ass one from like or something for la. And then i got it and and it worked pretty well and so it was like all like this is pretty good like maybe i'll get a real one. Maybe i'll get like a treadmill. That actually works for the first day. I did it. I walked about thirteen miles and then tristan. Jose it's too much you've gotta stop walking going. you know. You've got a treadmill for for your writers. Jim but i just walked all day while we were working so ended up being and then i i did also like then the other thing is i had a meeting with somebody later that day and he suggests like let's go for a walk as great so then i went for a walk through. This man is attacking onto three miles to this. But yeah i have a lot of energy for people who don't know me and a lot of energy burn it off gotta burn it off so now. I'm trying to get down to like on mondays. Lieuten than tuesday's do like nine then wednesdays like eight and it'll taper on weekends. I'll do feel more less. People may not know this as a healthy eater and drinker. It's not true that's batting. Well lodges let's like you you you you don't eat you eat a healthy lunch but you go out to restaurants. Oh yes without sometime in your healthy diner. you'd like not a healthful diner. I'm a i'm a. I eat a lot less why the writers were accusing me like like. Oh you so you workout every morning you you walk ten miles. You're eating salad for lunch. Like yeah but i also eat and drink crazy shit at dinner. like anything like my friends like you eat you. Sometimes you'll eat the worship. And i'm like yeah. Well burn it off if i walk twenty miles or a for. I was confused. So dave was with dave was saying is you're the equivalent of if you were a baby he become you. You're such a good eater is what he'd be saved. Allen is a healthy looking felt man and again as i say when we were in japan she was fitting into extra large. Basically like that. That's funny like i went to japan. I'm i'm about five ten. One forty so i went to japan and i was enormous. I would wear like a large. I would wear like large blazer. Or whatever. And the i by by no means an donnas. But i remember the lady measuring me. The first time i went with you we went to eat on or something we got. I was getting a suit made or something and they the lady measuring me was like. Oh wow are you a looks like you work out. Are you a professional athlete. I'm like brag because god. I'm not rift but it was just. I work out semi regularly at like an la fitness they. They were very surprised and again. I couldn't there's no shoe size. At least when. I lived there oversight. Ten extra large or larger. You're not your size. Unfortunately allen you ain't cannot join the big boy asian club. I love that club by the way. Some of my favorite characters in that club that's that's the also honoring big boy. Indian club is fun green guys. I love big indian guy or big guy to kick your ass fun but if you know i'm good friends with alan and he's talking about writer's room but you're writing a show with maya rudolph right now. It's a fun one man i. It's so funny like you know. Obviously i've done a little bit some more dramatic stuff recently. You know i did. A movie called tiger which is a drama. And there's a new season master of none out. That's that's a little more dramatic starring. Lean away the name yacky and then this shows like we. What's funny man. it's a funny show. And we want it to be fun and welcoming and warm and and sort of optimistic and all that stuff while also not being an idiotic show hopefully be meaningful as well but yeah. This one's a comedy and yeah we're writing now. Who's going to stream it It's on apple. And co created it with my friend matt hubbard and we did a show called forever together with With my on amazon a couple years back so yeah reunion of sorts and alan is always busy always working. When do you ever get burned out. Because i mean how many projects you got going on right now. I'm being warned about that in some capacity or other by look at it. It's like seven or eight or something. It's like seven or eight shows and you know a couple movie is always kicking around that up than always thinking about to throw the way i look at it as my focus is usually going to be on stuff. I'm writing directing that very second right so that very second in the writer's room right now it's the maya show and okay. We're gonna go shoot that later this year. I don't love to split. Focus on something like super writing writing writing but it helps to have collaborators right so another thing i might be working on another thing with z's or someone like that in okay we'll start writing that but i'll do phone calls with that person and really get into that in one. I'm digging into it. I'm digging into it then when it comes to producing like i do have time to devote to that. So it's like oh we'll go pitch a show or you know in that instance. I like to feel like. I'm providing help to these other writers directors and producers and that i'm additive and that i'm giving notes in helping them craft their scripts and craft their edits and cuts and all that stuff. So yeah i mean it ends up being very busy job but i think the moment which i feel like i'm overwhelmed or it's too much or i'm giving other things shortchange like i'm shortchanging products than. Yeah that's the time. cut it off i. It's it's reaching a point where i'm busy but You know again. Like i said i'll let energy and i i feel like unproductive on working. So do you think this constant working mode of alan yang which another long time. Now it's always working. Is that asian sensibility or just you. I think a little bulk. I think a little bit. I think like i don't so growing up. It certainly was like. I wasn't like the hardest working kid but i think my parents had such high expectations and and i was able to do a lot of stuff i just. I don't know what that is like. I think i'm fast at doing some stuff. And so as a kid you know was always faster doing school stuff i was. I was okay at sports. Was okay at music. I was like i was a decent a lot of different things and so my parents just kind of packed my day and it was that like being involved in a lot of different things which i think helped make me kind of more well rounded type of person for one thing and then secondly they had high expectations so this is a stereotype but it was true in my household. It's like okay. You bring home ninety five like it should be a hundred right and so for me like that. Meant working hard and that meant like good enough. Usually it wasn't good enough right. It's like you gotta you gotta do better and better better. So i think all those things combined. It's a combination. i think i like. I look at the power of genetics. You look at like your photos and then you'll get your parents photos like damn like they look alike right. It's like there's a lot of that so there's the power of genetics. but then there's also the power of of nurture right. And i think i give i give my parents a lot of credit my mom especially because she was driving me to shit and like you know encourage them to do better in all honesty holding my feet to the fire. When i didn't do well and so i think her high expectations coupled with the demonstration of hard work. My parents are both incredibly hard workers. That all helps But i just can't imagine. I don't like laying around that much. I i like relaxing. Don't get me wrong like auto workaholic. Dave knows you know we hang out enough or was he knows that like i like having a good time. But that's my diagnosis disoriented surprising. I don't know how you pack in the good times with all the work that you have and from someone. That's a workaholic. I don't actually describe you as a workaholic. Yeah yeah it doesn't stress you had it doesn't give you like anxiety or dread like me. Yeah i would. I love to work. But i hate to work. I mean. i don't know if that makes sense it's like i don't i try not to lose sleep over work and i know that sounds crazy because anyone who's really like in especially creative industry but anyone who worked super hard like you do think about it right you do think about all the time you think by the shower you think about going to bed. I think you need a mix of you need that but you you needs to be a balance like you gotta be able to to me just for mental health and sort of staying happy. Like i don't know. I there's no up. You need a write a book. I what you could add onto your workload is a life coach. Because i mean you know your girlfriend says it to. You are possibly the most optimistic happy. Go lucky person. I know and i just want want to drink what you're tricking half. I'd say i don't want people to hear them all. You know what i bet. He's he's got demons like it's really dark in there. It actually being totally unsafe. Not happy all the time. Of course like you know. Get bummed out and like you know. When they're setbacks. I get annoyed. And like i get angry but i do generally look on the bright side of things and it's not conscious. I'm not trying to do that. Just how i'm wired. I don't take any credit for that but it does help in adverse situations in times of crisis in times of you know just work emergencies or or all kinds of things like i think it helps to be optimistic because it gives you a resilience like i. I can't stop thinking about like okay. Well how do we make this a positive. Or how how do we survive this and keep going and keep doing the stuff that we love doing. i don't know that's that's the part that seems to me like this is ineffable i it's not something i'm controlling but it's real like i really think it's real like for me like i'm a happy person i that's not. That's not a credit to me. That's just how i feel getting. This is how i feel about whatever he just said. I don't know i know. He thinks that. But i like how i think about allen is he's so smart that he processes the outcomes of the pros and cons of being in a depressed state over the negative outcomes and he processes so quickly he's like well. There's only so many outcomes. It's just a logical put in a box let me compartmentalize and i wanna move on. It's there but i can. I can operate. I can walk and talk. Like anxiety is an inefficiency that he has to eliminate in order drive. Although don't you think. Dave the just out of frame we're looking at alan zoom right now. I'm just one hundred percent sure. He's like stabbing himself in the thigh with the throughout the time with them. He is unequivocally they must well adjusted human being. I know we're looking at the two of you side by side. It's like two sides of the coin. The results is the same. Dave is also a hyper productive very hard working on. Let's just you're much. Alan is very smart person. He could be doing anything. I could not be as option trader on wall street allen could be be a medical doctor trying to solve cancer instead. He's trying to make movies and make people laugh cried like anything. Let me ask you both of you. Has this then. Because dave also works on a ton of things simultaneously and allen. Obviously you're saying you know you. You just wrapped master of non. It's it season three's out. It is tiger tail. They were both more. I'm not gonna say like more serious. They were like like you said more. Somber more like a different tone than comedy. Is it helpful to be working on a variety of project at the same time. Or do you feel like you have the compartmentalize or do they inform one another like same for you. Dave like is it helpful to work in a ton of things or does that stress. You out. I need it. There's an author named steven johnson. He's on john holliman's podcast and he just has a book called life and like every year and a half he's come out with like a best selling amazing book for like the past sixteen years and he explains that he needs to do a book. Because there's a lag time in between that lag time between the editing and publishing of it. He's got three or four of the book ideas that he's doing research on one book book and i just feel like it's almost like playing multiple games of chess simultaneously and some are better than others and i have known alan for some time now and i can't. I don't think there's ever been a time where you hasn't been working on at least three or four projects and that's just the way it is with them and i feel the same way i need to do it but he he. She just handles it better. I don't know about that. But i i definitely think i like doing multiple things and i like you know as long as you're able to focus and give the thing that's kind of top of mind the time and space it needs right and and obviously apart from that. If you're juggling just enough things feel busy but not overworked. I i know that sounds trivial or are common sense or obvious but man you gotta no one to say no you gotta know your limits are and hopefully were within that but also i do like i do think going back and forth can help you know and i do think it informs your life your sort of your mental state. Your you know what's going on in your emotions and your you know all those things go into your work ultimately like right right like i literally just said it's like okay. Well i've worked on a couple more dramatic works and then it's like it's really fun and go into comedy again man being writer's room. I hearing these other hilarious. Writers pitched jokes and man. That's that's a good feeling in it. I think it's good. It's balance right. It's like we we liken it to albums right. It's i mean. Look the the greatest artists in the world. Whether you go back to the beatles or you know look at one kanye was having his runner radiohead or whatever. Redefining yourself. right using those previous things to go to the next thing in informing your next thing. And so you know radiohead didn't right creep a million times. They did get a con- you didn't do this. The beatles didn't stick with. I want to hold your hand. They just you know so again. I'm not comparing either of us creatively to the beatles. I'm saying that's a goal. That was fired you right. It's can you challenge yourself. Can you use all the things in your life that are going on and in my case some that's work. Some of that is all the projects you're doing. they combined. And by the way. I get to now in a capacity as a producer work with tremendously talented and creative writers directors producers in their own. Right and i get to learn from them. I get so much. I was having a meeting with the director today. I'm like if you happen to come direct our show. I'm going to sit back. And i'm going to work with you on. I'm gonna tell you what i think about. You know each take or whatever if necessary but also learn a lot from you. I guarantee you the amount. I don't know about directing could fill vast oceans. So let me learn from good people that i'm collaborating with. That's the other bonus of all of this. You know One of the things. I learned a lot from you whenever you and your other sort of Writers are talking about your script or show idea is how ruthless you guys can be with each other and it's not personal right. Yeah it's not but there's something about that sort of thick skin. That i wish every other industry sort of took from because i think it's incredibly powerful skillset torn out a punch something up right. That term is used for commoner punching something up right. It is wild. Well i think when people who so for the people who are uninitiated in in writer's room especially economies writer's room you sit around it's five people or eight people are twelve people whatever you might have on the staff and you talk about the show first of all but then after that you when you start getting into the writing of it you have a scripted and maybe you're changing jokes in maybe you're fixing things and maybe you're killing ideas or adding new ideas and your i would say ninety five to ninety nine percent of your ideas are rejected. Even the show runners ideas right. It's like you're just you're just exploring the studio space right and it's it is brute i it's second nature to me because i've been doing it for long enough now but i think for even i forget when you first get into that room and your pitching ideas. How how naked you feel. Think about stand up comedy right that it's so many people's greatest fear walking around york. The other day. I was walking around my friends. We walked past an outdoor stand upset. And they were like. Oh my god. That is my biggest fear that is my. That is my number one nightmare. Can you engine standing up in front of a group of strangers and just pitching jokes and just saying jokes like the the absence of laughter. I mean how horrible is that. Imagine that that's kind of my job right. That's that's kind of job is dying in a standup room. Like eight hours a day or whatever. The stakes are not as high. Because eventually you get to know these people and your friends and hopefully there's a trust that's built in the room but it is that and by the way like dave said everything gets killed. A script will sometimes get rewritten from the studs up from zero. You might not keep a single word of the first draft even if you wrote it yourself that you take that and just hit. Delete on the whole thing that happens. All the time and good stuff comes from that good stuff comes from that because you gotta have the best idea win and and in the best rooms i think it's regardless of who utters the best idea. You know that's the best thing that's just so powerful ying. I mean you have that with your creative process when you edited mcsween stuff right. Yeah i mean i. I don't have the thick skin that. Has i know chang when you hear him describing that i know i think that's what i want the most romantic thing you've ever heard your entire fucking life like what he's talking about right there because that's what he's trying to get better at it but i getting ideas killed is the most painful fucking the world. I know it's the same thing with you. Know i take. I take that same idea when you know. Bunch of chefs are working on a dish. I just think it's critically thinking something through. I want somebody if if there's a room of ten chefs and every chef says this is a great dish. We fucked up somebody even. If it's great dish should empathize and use their imagination. And take the position. I hate this dish for these reasons. Because it's not going to hurt anything and probably gonna make the dish better. It's so healthy. To and again. I i've kind of even forgotten this after a year of covid and like a of writing shows and movies in a different way you know. I've had a different experience on almost every show i've ever worked on for this season. A master for instance. A lot of that show was manatees on phone calls. It wasn't a writer druids means. He's on phone calls and then he knows. These would call lena and aziz what okay so she would help write the scripts and and so that was very intimate. Right now is very much. Okay we'll tell us about how you're feeling about your career and What about you know what's going on in my relationship resolves relationship that all works its way into the show but it's not a comedy writer right that that's a very different thing so now it's been just back into this show and it's it's a staff of people and by the way like of them come from different backgrounds from you. They're different races different genders or different sexual orientations and that to me is like that's a great thing number one number two. I forgot the like ecosystem over room. The ecosystem of arises from so interesting right. It's over time you find out more about people. Were still in the feeling out process because the rooms relatively new. But it's a delight it's like oh my god. These are funny people but they all come from different places. Different schools of comedy and like david was saying there's almost never universal approbation for a joke or something. It's like okay. Well you know. There's always a contrarian or first story right it's like okay. There's people who are a one one saying they had like an writers longtime ago. There's fire starters and firemen right. There are people who want stir shit up right and then there's people put it out right and so sometimes you have a couple of contrarian people in the room right you you. You have people who are like well. Is that the best idea. Or what if we did totally differently. And that's helpful. And then you have people who are consensus builders and then you have people who are just constantly pitching and then you people are a little more quiet and thoughtful so but that's all long way of saying it's fun to have a room and it's fun dylan to smart creative. People discuss ideas and debate ideas and ultimately you know me and make the decisions and try to figure out what goes into the show but boy. It is helpful to have a lot of smart people on your side. 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Oh my god we were talking about it in the car off camera and i was like wow. That was a long time ago and the framework didn't really change but then between thirty six months ago and today twenty one projects for you too. That's the other thing right is like it's like reshoots on a movie. And then you know selling a different show to apple and selling this show to netflix. Or whatever and then people i think i don't know even believe me when i say we had been thinking about a season like this pretty much back to season one. I mean we honestly did if you look at those episode season one. You'll see very surreptitiously quietly. It'll say it says master of none presents and in the title of the episode so master presents parents are master on presents thanksgiving or whatever in tiny font it says presents because we kind of knew in the back of her head down the road we want. We may wanna take a departure. We may want to feature characters are tackle other tones and so it's always going to be master of none presents. Whatever we wanted to be in this case it was moments in love and you know. We centered denise character. But we'd been talking about a romantic story about denise life from her perspective since season one since we did the episode of called mornings about about dubs relationship with rachel. Since especially these two after thanksgiving episode. We'd like yeah. We'd like to see a denise and we'd been talking about this particular framework as you said four years four years. You guys have in this conversation before you guys won the emmy so that. How many years ago was that is a long time ago. That was like oh. How do you guys based something on. Lena and i was like five years ago. Maybe that's a long time ago to see. That actually happens amazing and think about the change ice. I mean there's an old photo on instagram of like me as easing and lena and it was at some panel after probably season. One or two. We look totally different. I looked but no you know who looks asia list. You know who looks similar is. I'm talking about more about what i'm wearing. I'm wearing like high. But you know i call them to lena cutter hair and she knows she has a coolest wardrobe and all this shit and it's like she just looks like a different person. A lot has happened in all our lives. And it's just interesting to see something evolved when we kind of had the kernel of an idea a long time ago and then talking about it and collaborating with people and then getting lena's input getting naomi akis input just unbelievable actress in the show and having her rehearse with us and and sort of gleaning stuff from her perspective and putting that into the show that all goes in. Its this stu that just gets ideally richer and richer and richer. And then by the way you're then paring back. Its the editing process and literally and figuratively literally editing the show and editing the scripts and editing. While you're on set and sort of figuring out what to put in after all these people add stuff in so Yeah no it's it's. It's been a long time coming and we're really really happy. It's out there in the world. It was a process to make for sure. That's an understatement. But yeah well. I thought it was a beautiful beautiful season three. I texted the you. That and i particularly was moved by episode four. I mean i think each season. You have one episode. That's a little bit different than the rest of the episodes and i was like. How the fuck did you guys write that. How you guys. May i mean. I've been part of that. I've seen the process. None of you guys have been part of the birthing process like how did you. I've the whole thing. I i mean. How did that happen. Yeah i think. I have to a lotta i credit suzy's because it's you know. The amount of work he put into working on. That script was was paramount but but it also speaks to. I think like like you said it's a little bit surprising because you look at the you know. Some of the standard episodes of the show a lot of it was based on us right. It's like parents is like me. He's talking right. It's like us having a conversation. And then i was talking to our parents and figuring out what it's like to be The children of immigrants and what that gap in communication is like. And all that stuff and then the thanksgiving up since like somewhat based in lena's life right it's like we talked to lena and we talked about her family. We talked about her relationship. Storing up and coming out and what life was like for her. Then you look at this episode. Which again is one of the things. We're most proud of ever having worked on. It's an amazing episode and in my opinion And i say that because crediting the other people not my contribution to but but yeah. It's it's it's one of my favorite episode certainly of this year and probably in the history show and a lot of that since it's not our personal personal personal personal experience between the three of us. It was research right. It's watching documentaries. And it's interviewing people and it's getting those stories that may not be in the books right. It's people on the show. We ended up talking to i. I won't even disclose who you know. People who've gone through that kind of thing and for those of you don't know it's it's i don't want to spend too much but it it has to do with Fertility and and and the troubles that women go through to to get pregnant. And and you know. Obviously that's not the case with any of us yet right. That's not the case of any of us and and so it was really building empathy building the ability to put yourself in someone else's shoes really through work in research and interviews and and you know. We had a smattering that we started learning to do that. The first couple of seasons like even if you look at an episode like new york i love you which was the second season episode where we follow different people around new york who aren't the main characters. We interviewed people. We interviewed taxi drivers because one of the episodes of one of the stories about taxi driver. We interviewed doormen for building. One of the sections was about a doorman and then one of the characters happened to be deaf so we interviewed You know deaf people and and and stories from them so that was kind of you know a little bit of a germ of of of a way to do things and know this is i think pretty commonplace for people who work in the more dramatic space but for us as people coming for comedy was kind of a revelation it was getting these ideas from people and and not ideas for stories -sarily but just details from their lives and perspectives and how felt in a certain situation. All of that again goes into the stu and helps you make something. That feels real. And then it's refining right. It's refining not just the scripts although those were rewritten over and over and over again but then onset figuring out what feels genuine. What feels emotional. What feels truthful. And what doesn't it's funny. You talk about here your process and to hear you talk about watching documentary to educate yourself about the subject to write about i. I love what you've done in the season specifically splitting off the camera to follow lena's character you know and and it reminds me so much of like you're making a scripted comedy drama series here but it's almost like documentary in its in its form right like dave and i are both huge fans of formula. One drivers five netflix. Another netflix streamer. And it's just wherever the interesting story is where the series goes right and it's like the interesting story in this season i know this. Isn't i understand the difference between real life and Television but the real the story in the universe of master of none is most interesting with denise here right we pick up and like her life has become sort of the driving force here and so the camera naturally panned over there and just started following. I think it's super interesting to see you. Guys take that approach almost of like documentarian of the world. You've created that that's a great way of putting it and and even more than that you know. It was comment on a little bit season two. Or it's like oh they're interested in everyone in new york. It's kind of about its curiosity. It's open-mindedness it's it's the curiosity of the world around you and the people around you and i love that's my favorite stuff it it's just when it's capturing real moments capturing what it feels like to be that other person or to be that in that world you know. This is a strange comparison in some ways. But if you look it what clouds out did in in nomad land. You know all everyone in that movie is a real person. Except for frances. Mcdormand david straight there and think his son in the movie the rest of it is real people and he just can't find people like that like watching it like i was like these can't be actors they can't be actors is i with all due respect to actors. It's like some people you can't duplicate right. You just can't duplicate it and you know look. Our show doesn't go that far but there is i mean since season one. It's been like you know what lean is gonna play. Someone who's kind of like lena. Sushi is anger has going to play somebody. Who's got to like eric and to by someone who's got like z's in some ways and especially in comedy that works really well a lot of the time because that's just how people are funny and so it's like people are funny when they're like themselves and they're able to do that. I'm not saying that you can't inhabit a character that's kind of was kind of really working for as well but you're you're right in the sense that the most interesting story was here. We talked about aversion. That was that's moments in love. And it's devon woman and it's just like they are and you know what we've seen more of that. I got to say we've seen more stories like that. Then stories like this one in for so many reasons for sure. So when we meet denise in the top of season three. i'm not going to give anything away. But you know she's she's successfully written a new york times bestseller and working on the next one but it's not coming right. She's having trouble getting the next one out. We asked to simply is that. Is that something that either one of you recognize. Like she's got this huge pressure to deliver the second one and like its success. Induced writer's block to either one of you feel like you've encountered that. I think all of us do man. I think anyone who's had anything. That's even mildly successful as like. Oh shit i gotta do this again like and then you realize that it's not even doing a one more time. It's doing it ten more times or twenty times. Then you're never gonna feel. I think again i. I said all that stuff about we being pretty happy the time. I think you're always going to feel like a fraud. Some percentage of the time. And it's almost like i think dave talked about this at length he certainly has in the past. And maybe still does. But you gotta you know helps to overcome that by just doing the next thing and i think in this case it was so real for all of us. I think all of us have experienced some level that you know obviously for this show you know we won wards forward and alina obviously gone onto tremendous success as well. But there's always the pressure of what's the next thing. What's the next thing. What's the next thing. I think it's relatable in the sense that no matter what the scale of what you're working on is god you. You might be like it was at the only thing you know. Was that the only thing. I might no good. And and and that's like that's a real. That's a real emotional issue spoiler warning the next few minutes of this episode contained references to some details of master of none season three. Please proceed at your own risk. I mean fuck it. People watch the series regardless. Whatever i say and they should but i really liked the fact that she tanked her second book and i. I loved that she was at a cubicle. I'd like this is real. This is real. Yes oh that happens man. Stores told no it's not. I remember being in that office shooting. That stuff was like god. I thought about the story. Because i've thought about like you know you're you got a rave review the new yorker in your your on oprah's bestseller list or whatever and then you work in an occasional. That happens that happens it. It's it's more common than you think you know. It's and by the way like you can be celebrated for doing that too. It's not everyone's going to make a hit every time under the that's not that's not possible. It's just not possible. And i liked lena's character accepted that that just maybe not in her bag right now to to be that bestselling author and that's okay too right. So i love the maturity of the book. Yeah yeah absolutely. Can i have a pitch. This is i want to put this out in the world like key. Pay attention to what happens at the very end of the season and think about how much of this last episode of the last episode is what lena wants. Or or what denise wasser or how much of it actually happened. I think that that's something interesting to think about looking at what happens at the very end of the show because that's the end of the season and it's like that's the end of this chapter and like something interesting happens. We thought about it a lot and it's watch what happens when she's working in the cubicle at the beginning of the episode and think about all of it that's all say i don't want us well to me but also it's like you know there's any number of interpretations that there's no right or wrong in my mind and in his thing i think i have. Your interpretation was pretty clear with the dog room wherever the stuck up the teddy bear room photo of me and the teddy bear mascot yet cubicle understands. But you don't wanna be there and you'll think about anything possible to. I think it's so amazing. How you you're sort of getting on it but like you said denise up with this kind of idyllic thing in the beginning right not just in terms of like where she lives. She lives in a beautiful home. A bucolic home but in terms of like her relationship right like it's all it's perfect and she gets accused by her partner of like you don't want any of this like this is all just for show and it's so interesting the way you've you're talking about like what we what we want versus what we think we want what we do we want. Success is the cubicle thing. Actually help for us. Like what is what is truly important and when her partner says that in. Lena doesn't denise doesn't argue with it. I think it's so powerful because it's the first time as the audience you're like. Oh i was just wrapped up in this too. I have no idea like why. I thought this couple was perfect or why thought this home was desirable. And like i just sort of accepted a and like you it it. It plays into our expectations and to hear what you're saying about the finale. Ideal legitimately have goosebumps about like what we want. You know. it's it's it's and i heard someone put it. I think much more eloquently than this but something along the lines of season one is is about not knowing what you want right. It's kind of about decision fatigue and all these possibilities season to talk about wanting something and not being able to get it in some ways right. It's and then season. Three's what if you get what you want like. What then and is it really. Was that what you really wanted all along. And what are we striving for and what you know. What is the endgame. And what is. And that's something that i think. We're all struggling. I think all that's the thing it's like. I think he's playing along your playing along with everyone. And that's we're saying like is easily in an i like you know. We have changed in season one as people you know. It's like it's just like there's a lot there's a lot going on. And and i think they're season reflect staffordshire terrier. Ask 'cause i had to when you're filming the fertility clinic. Was that in london or was that in new york. There's little secret about the season. It was essentially entirely filmed lot. So yeah it was all the uk and and that beautiful. The farm stuff is kinda like outdoor. it's not upstate. New england but basically a simulation of upstate new york in england and all of that house. The the house is beautiful. Beautiful work from amy. Amy williams our production designer. That's on a stage that whole. That's everything on stage. This is really wild but we were finishing the season. Obviously this is the height of covid and as we were finishing. We were shooting this all in a building in the middle of london and at the very end of the season. Our line producer. Hey let's you know They're gonna start giving out co vid vaccines while we shoot the show like in another part of his giant building. So this is. This is so weird. Where in just a building in the middle of london were shooting was beautiful house. But it's all stage so that's the power of production design and the paulo of. Yeah and it is seamless. It's it's really you know it's beautiful i. That house is beautiful. Did a great job and I i really love the the fake account. Stuff to to seeing lena naomi out there in the in the wild and with the chickens in the sheep and man. The sheep like lena running after the sheep. And there's a cut scene where she falls down and you know. We didn't get an on camera but yet it's just like i'm just remember shooting it now but nothing was nothing was filmed in new york. I think there's just some exteriors basically so. But all the fertility stuff in yeah. That's all that's all that's all you and so like when when you're like okay now. The doctor has to present denise with a huge medical bill all the british definitely what he talking about. Wait private insurance like a. I don't know if you felt this had all day but like a crazy moment was when in the first episode dev ze is character comes in has a huge blow out fight with his partner at this dinner. At denise house in denise says to naomi Akis character wait. I'm sorry. I'm totally forgetting her name. Alicia ali sorry. Like don't don't do this thing like don't project like their shit's not our shit like it's not you know just because they're going crazy arguments and saying all this stuff it's not doesn't mean anything for us but like of course it does of course of course it does. I was watching us like fuck. This is happening right now. Sitting your sleep. You can't watch the show without being like. Oh my god and having these conversations like what's happening in my own life and Shit you guys. All being in relationships able to understand his bullshit relationship better doesn't make us any better being in them. I'll tell you that it does not make it better. In fact make things worse when you put them on screens so no it certainly. Yeah i mean it. That's the highest compliment. You can get in some ways. It's like oh yeah. I felt that. I've felt that i felt that myself. And it felt real to me and it made me think about my own relationship because ultimately like that's the thing we care about most right that's the that's the thing we care about most. It's just like it's it's reflecting life. It's a reflection of what we're going through. And hopefully all we got to painful when people watch it but it has since grown that air of reality in it. It was great. And i knew it was going to be awesome So different than what is expecting so I think people are going to really enjoy it. Especially if they want season one and season two but You know. I was just thinking totally different topic. When i first starting to podcast and simmons told me. Hey you should try to do pre-opening diaries. This health crazy our lives have been in between the season three before you guys even shot at three years ago we were trying to figure out how to find. Time to do a podcast. Except that didn't have time atten i. I don't think our schedules would've worked out to be bullied. Because i think there's episode enters your feet of the the changjiang show every three. Yeah at sagan yank right. Oh chang versus yang. Yeah say debate show just like also like i think there was a thing where like i usually take the positive you take some of the negative mystic pessimistic view. But i'm glad i'm glad like you guys have a great show going and i get to show up and hanging out like that's fun. Do all this fucking work working me. Also you know. I wanna get you out of here. But we talk about being asian a lot more just even our private conversations and all of our work if you haven't seen tiger tail. Please go watch it. It's on netflix as well. But you know one of the things. I feel like we always talk about just in. General is getting more people to become actors to become screenwriters. become comedy writers become. I mean not shafts but just something that you're not supposed to necessarily do. Can you give people a frame of reference or a state of the union. Do we have enough. Asian american actors. We have a lot of great ones. We have a lot of great ones. But by the way i'll take more number one i'll take more but number two. I think there's a lot of actors who have yet to be discovered. It's one thing that's been great about You didn't christine. You know she's she's an actor. She's tony's american and you know she has a bunch of friends all great actors and actresses and and and part of it is. They haven't been given the chance they haven't been discovered they're not being offered things off the back. You know in the world of acting like there's a straight offer someone who's causing gives off part. It's like that's so rare in asian american actor world because they haven't had the the the opportunities yet right so we're we're we're cresting something in the sense that look look you look this year. It's you know. Steve young and were nominated for verbose actor. We're getting somewhere. It wasn't possible five ten fifteen years ago that being said i still agree with you dave. Maybe just 'cause we're old. But i still think i don't think as american kids are being encouraged as much as some other kids maybe to go into the arts or go go do some weird or plane a punk rock band or become a rapper. You know going to acting or you go to school whatever it is. I love that man. That's my favorite thing that we talked about this before. But i i was talking to to bill simmons about shohei otani and i was like in the back of my mind. I wish he was like you. Know a fucking you know. We'd smoking kid from new jersey or something. Just like became like a weirdo. Who asian american gay do like became an athlete would like just wasn't unexpected. You know type dude. 'cause i'm looking for that. I'm looking for that in in in our non a role models but just people out there in the world right people in the world that people think of when they think of asian american i would love there to be a diversity of types of people in that world right and this is conversation. We have all the time. It's not that. I'm not a huge fan of you. Know otani or any of the asian athletes are not american. I love it when hideki won the master's unbelievable. But i would have been more excited if you would like from riverside or whatever right is the over from new jersey as you say. I think that's a big distinction because people ask me. Allot what can happen with the asian american movement awareness. And i think every there's there's not just one way to get greater acceptance and and equal opportunities. I think it has to happen. Athletics and in act. I love it man. I think athletics acting music culture all of that right. Just things that move the needle and and show us in a different light like we got one light where we got the light of light. You're good at school and like you know you kind of fall in line and you. Maybe you're smart and like obedient and all all that shit. Maybe maybe play the violin like like i joked about time ago. But but you know we don't have enough of is like you know rebels and creative people and yeah athletes. You know we. We need ten more. Jeremy lin's right. It's like all that helps just again. Diversify what were seen as and that. Were not math. You know that. That's that would be great. That'll be great. Would you argue though that the next hurdle besides even doing that is winning the oscars and winning you know second first team all nba all pro all of these things like eugene chung just on espn's at all. He didn't get an opportunity. 'cause he wasn't the right kind of minority like these are stereotypes. I think people are still fighting against. And i think when parasite one and clean you know just swept at the oscars a couple years ago. I was fucking beyond moved and excited and director and we just amazing. But i feel like in some ways. It was a disadvantage for asian american. Asian americans moving forward. It wasn't just the tax. It was well now. people are gonna think. Oh it's already happened. It doesn't have your happen again. Yeah i totally agree with that. And it's it's like the there's just so much so so much farther to go. I hate saying because it's been sort of mantra over and over again but yeah there's there's still farther to go man. We're still at the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg to to get to get the variety roles we want and and the variety of stories tall. We're just we're just playing from way behind right. There's there's a big comeback to come. But yeah i mean. Do you feel like we have to win. These awards is that like just playing someone else's game it it doesn't hurt and it also wouldn't hurt to have something massively popular. I you kinda play both angles right you. Have you have your massive. Tv shows your massive movies. Let's have the blockbusters and the critical acclaim stuff. And ideally. it's both right you know. You make game of thrones and it's like it's winning awards and it's really popular. Like i wanna hit them from both sides. I think that's i think that's really important to you. It's all great to win awards and have something. That's kind of critically acclaimed and not seen my many people. But i'd love to do both you know i'd love to have some really big too. Can i shift us back for a second here because we are sensibly a food podcast and say once again master of none season three is just like totally nailed food to like the most wonderful way like first of all. I'll watch way eat forever. Just when she's sitting there eating a burger in the front seat of the car just like watching this. Just finish it. Just that's that was so fucking real. We fought to make it long to you. Stay wish pensively eating bad on that was that was the about the difference between this era. The climate the show is coming out now compared to seasons one and two. Yes he's one he's like eating at the best taco truck in new york season to god. He's in italy's making pasta in. Italy looks delicious season three. You're in your car alone. Eating a burger a longtime. You hate your life. You're sitting alone eating a burger. It's a one minute long. Shot of consuming entire burger. But you also like nailed the sort of like Glossy magazine upstate new york like. Oh you grew this the garden. Oh wow this is just like the ultra foodi conversation. Dinner was so so so good. I thought that was Yeah needed a shout out here like the you guys of understood the food vibe so well if feels real because it is real because we are those people sometimes nothing really like you know. We've been around now. We we love food. We're in this podcast. Because i'm buddies with jiang. And i've known him for years. Just like yeah. I'm friends with like one of the most prominent. I'm gonna know about some of that shit right. We're gonna get you out of here after this question right under an hour just under an hour. I think We have to give the audience a low hanging fruit question. You're in new york city. I see it in your background. People get hot and bothered. La versus new york. I am no disrespect to new york. I love new york i want. I miss it tremendously. But i think as a whole group as la is all the surrounding suburbs of los angeles is the best eating city in america. Oh it's it's you know like two and a half weeks ago. I might have agreed with you and then i came to new york about seventeen days ago. I had a great time eating. But here's the thing. Restaurants are opening back up. So here's what again la. i love. i love eating. I love eating in la. Not just because my family's there my mom and dad and you know so that's great. And as she s she koreatown food trucks taco trucks berea. It's great it's great. New york of restaurants are popping and their pop and again in a way that like. It just hasn't happened in a long time like it's it's like you can go and eat with your friends again and and that's just started happening but in the past week and a half. I was talking to my friends about like. I've gone old standbys and new places and it is so good man. It is so good we went to. We went to like silver apricot last night. I was like oh man i. these are flavor. Haven't had it was just so good is a new place. We went to democra- a few days ago. All this seems like really really interesting. Indian that i hadn't had before. New york's goodman does and it's all walking distance this all lower east side. He's villagers walking around. So yeah that stuff. I love so i don't know man i'm going to. This is the debate by the way. This is the debate. Show this change agreed with you is like that's it. Man no means saying no to new york. I new york to me. It's just the sheer amount of different kinds of foods. You can eat los angeles. i is this too much. Yeah but you're driving again. So yeah you gotta go to. Rtd in indian. You gotta go to you know as she chinese so i look i i love them both and i. I'm lucky enough to go back and forth sometimes and man. That's the best that's the best. I'm only taking this position. Because i miss new york. You're like living your la. It's it's it's good but you know you'll be back you'll be back. I was gonna say. I thought the distinction was allen. Said what he loves about new yorkers you can go out to eat with your friends. Whereas i think if you're like someone like dave or myself and you just want to eat by yourself los angeles renew your meal every night at the best place to east. Yeah i i guess i'm jealous of the of the just the the ambience vibrant environment of new york and i again i was just there but it hasn't quite opened up to the extent that it is right now so you'll be back in. La soon enough. Welby i will be. We'll we'll see each other there for sure all right anything else. You wanna plug. No i think that's it for now. Master non season three on netflix. Check it out and more stuff to come but yeah thanks so much cocoa zone. Appreciate all right guys. Thank you allen for joining us. Always a pleasure to have them on I really want to to see life like alan man like that. Guy is extremely positive hyper talented and one of my favorite people you know. I'm really blessed to to to have them in my life and to see his success is been a great joy so check out everything he's done. You won't be disappointed. And if you haven't seen tiger tail go check it out again a beautiful beautiful movie. That's it guys Have a great weekend. Hope you guys had a great memorial day safe get vaccinated again if you haven't done so and we'll talk to you guys next week. There was five stars.

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Una de las principales agencias de viajes online de Espaa

Podcast RadioViajera

08:20 min | 8 months ago

Una de las principales agencias de viajes online de Espaa

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780: Afghanistan: Decoding the New Taliban 'Caretaker' Government and Leaders

The Big Story

16:10 min | Last month

780: Afghanistan: Decoding the New Taliban 'Caretaker' Government and Leaders

"The quin spot three weeks off to the taliban captured afghanistan. The announced a new acting government. Who will be running the country which are now known as the islamic emirate of aghanistan however the announcement also rang alarm built around the world as a cabinet was far from coton inclusive and representative as taliban earlier assorted with women in the cabinet and the presence of only three minorities the entire cabinet comprises of taliban leaders and loyalist some of whom are global terrorist and are listed on the us and the un watchlist and also to include members of the islamic terrorists mafia. the network. The inclusion of the at work also indicates that pakistan player role in hyde picking cabinet members since the country has been home to the terror. Mafia the pass for decades and shays close ties to pakistan's inter-services intelligence is i in today's episode will discuss the portfolios of the new taliban government the involvement of pakistan and how should india who has engaged with aghanistan closely for the past two decades and the world should engage with the new regime for this spoke with former and bastiat of aniston and circuitry vest or diminish. Your office we've cut. You joined into the big story. The podcast maybe the headline making useful. You and i'm your host and let's unsurprisingly and contrary to expectations with acting government in afghanistan. The new taliban government is a far cry from being labeled as inclusive or representative. There are no women in the new cabinet and it is not even a mention of ministry of women affairs which was a functioning body in the previous administration did also members from the previous assured ghana government in the new covenant. This survey lester. Presentation of minorities with only three ethnic minorities included the abdulsalam hanafi. Who's a second deputy. Head of the government cardi. Houdini who has been appointed as the chief of army staff and gardena hanif the minister of economy to make more grim. Seventeen out of the thirty three new cabinet members are on the list starting the new prime minister himself. Moolah hudson oakland the government also deflects that old taliban has survived the past two decades and will continue to rule now account who heads the taliban hardline leadership council. Nobody shoulda is. According to the un one of the original taliban he has previously served as foreign minister and deputy prime minister and taliban i government reporting to him as a force. Deputy prime minister is taliban's co-founder abdelghani. But other he has been the face of the negotiations and was one to sign the duo agreement with the us but other was expected to lead the taliban two point oh but has apparently been edged up of those hanafi who was also part of the door. Negotiation team will also be put into account as a second deputy prime minister the other. Two members of the taliban are amid kentucky as acting foreign minister and shed moments as deputy foreign minister former indian diplomat. Vivica jubilees the new cabinet is a mix of the old and new taliban primarily due to in town rivalry and individual concerns. The taliban leadership held my impression. Is that the solid gun. Had difficulty in forming this administration because they were having problems in balancing the different interests within the movement these interest can be roughly in a tube bus. It's one of those individual issues and the second are tribal or arising out of affinities and rightly so that is reflected in this government formation. So obviously been not given and it was not easy for them to come to this. This arrangement and perhaps rather most likely than pakistan is played a role and the fact that Just before this was announced the general fez amedee cycles in kabul in kempton couple onto shows that the bucks tiniest played a major role in the formation. Now once this kind of of of a situation arises then it's almost impossible who include others and apart from that. I don't think the taliban ideological one any mood for an inclusive government which really meant including people from the old system from the of gun republic in the full in governance and. I think it was highly unlikely that they will improve. Such that is reflected in the government and it does not forget that this government has been formed after a very quick and successful military campaign. Not the nature of the to all to see it consists of people who own the terrorist lists national business and hence up there is a great awareness about the and many important countries have said that saddam is not acceptable because it does not represent the diversity of forgotten. dinan that's true because it does represent a stone domination but if the taliban is going to be headed by. The old taliban leaders isn't any indication that old rules would be making a comeback. Unfortunately yes what also has been included in this. New cabinet is a ministry to implement a militant groups grim interpretation of the islamic law the ministries the ministry of propagation of virtue and prevention of vice dismissal body which the human rights watch has called as a notorious symbol of arbitrary abuses was reportedly the face of the taliban during his regime in the ninety s. It was disbanded after the taliban fell in two thousand one and the taliban maybe trying to hide it so given that in the english version of the list of new cabinet appointments released by the taliban it was the only ministry left out and the data bond is leaving out for good reason since it is going to bring back fearful memories of gonese. According to a washington post report its return will lead to an increase in religious policing and will be the body which the public will encounter. The most forces of this ministry reportedly caught and beat people for listening to music dancing having to ten and even kite flying squads of these missile forces also reportedly restricted goes from attending school and took them out of the workplace and the public. I kudu believes that it is not surprising that the new regime will employ or tactics of governance and breaks down how the older jim used to govern the taliban regime that stage don't recognize but pakistan saudi arabia united arab leaders of the either the the international community which can be shunted the and that was because they practice of vide- avidity regressive form of the shot here and this applied boats are to gender issues and to the administration of criminal justice so of the international community found these practices people have ordered on gender issues for example women. Were not allow a booby who go to colleges. Higher education was to them. They were not even allowed access to hospitals or will be treated by male doctors. If there were stories gutten that if there was only a male doctor and there was a woman in dire needle medical attention. She was not allowed to get that medical attention. Only a male doctors to this kind of thing practice was was was unacceptable apart from the infliction of punishments including execution etc in in thalium that attracted a lot of attention and at that stage also seem the taliban just-completed and that will time allow was the in a sense. The founding the founding figure of the movement wasn't charge. i'm not surprised that they've kept to these government structures. Perhaps it could be to a show. The carter to the more hardliners among them that they are not diluting reality in that allergy but it remains to be seen how a deport all these practices on the ground the reports that have coming in certainly not encouraging but the the early days and have to see because if they need financial goals to maintain the kind of state structures which have been created over the last few years they need money and additionally come rama international financing institution than western government. The chinese are not known. This suddenly james boss are not known to open their purse-strings who support budgets in Wait and watch. The most significant of from the new government is that pakistan played a big hand in picking the cabinet members and all indications forward point to the inclusion of the terror mafia group in the government the huckabee network the huckabee network is a widespread islamic mafia group which enjoys close ties to al-qaeda in all to pakistan's inter-services intelligence is i its inclusion in. The cabinet was predictable. Given that eyesight chief left in general hamid was president. Kabul reportedly meet the taliban leadership just days before the cabinet announcement the network headed by surgeon. Johnny who's a global terrorist and has a ten million dollar bounty on his head by the united states. He's wanted for questioning in january. Two thousand eight attack on a hotel in kabul that killed six people including an american and the attempted assassination of former afghanistan president hamid kazai in two thousand eight sodano. Dean has been appointed as a new interior minister and we'll be in control of the national police counter terrorism and counter narcotics in the country. Now the network older spell trouble for india since the group was responsible for the two thousand eight indian embassy bombing in kabul where a senior diplomat in a military official was killed in previous episodes. We have taken a deep dive into the taliban implications on india. If you miss any of those episodes you can find linked to them. National notes daca near also reportedly behind attacks on the indian construction workers in afghanistan from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve so given the history which india has with her network. How should go about engaging with the new cabinet. Mr gajju believes that no matter how saw relationship has been in the past desert always been effort. Engage the concern given india's long-standing relation with people in the has begun the engagement with the taliban of all that began when our of ambassador of lucy steinberg's i was now the deputy foreign minister with happened in door. It could not have happened without the approval of the highest authority in the land in on the valley sensitivity shoot shoulder hit approval would've been now up. The question now is how in what manner we pushed you. Vetting diplomatic recognition the computer for and it's premature to talk of diplomatic recognition. Even if if they formed a would they call caretaker adminstration. So i think that is this some distance away but as far as engagement howsoever obnoxious. We find many of the members of this of this caretaker administration. I think some form of engagement. Ah should be there otherwise we would leave the india field open to countries that are hostile and in diplomacy try to explode. Faces hooper through your interest. And by that i mean despite the close connections between pakistan in this end. Taleban station and the chinese will wanting to make a foray given alone. Apparently the nature of that loners raises questions would like us to be enacted. The question is should we be in. This doesn't mean endorsing the taliban stand for fossil app engagements also given opportunity to reiterate red lines in that was what was done when the with allies done muhammad stunning. You told them was cokie a da. After the cabinet announcement came in the afghanistan embassy in delhi issued a statement condemning taliban i quote unquote so-called cabinet as illegitimate and unjustifiable. It for the said that the cabinet result in undermining afghanistan's political ethnic and social diversity lead to increase tensions and undermine the prospect of a comprehensive and lasting peace in the country. Now there has been no official response from new delhi on the new taliban cabinet so far but the diplomatic corridors and india showed that it is not the only country concerned about the new cabinet just hours after the governor announcement came in national security adviser job on eight. September metre shows secretary of security council general nikola patricia. According to the indian express chief william j bones was also in these meetings but has not a shooter. Response of dot com. A recent statement from the taleban office outlines a new regime as gordon code committed to all international laws and treaties resolutions and commitments. That are not in conflict with the islamic law and afghanistan's national values but given the track record of the taliban the bus and the members of the new government. How should the international community go about engaging with this new leadership begajah basin. I don't think also unsavory these people are and despite all the the skepticism about them and the unhappiness about them i think most countries willing gates this administration. Otherwise what is what is the alternative even if you want to extend humanitarian assistance and there is every indication that even the western countries who have said they will not recognize this administration. They want insisting on an inclusive government of riches of legion inclusive of the diversity stunt willing gates this if for nothing else. Spoon shortage humanitarian. Assistance keeps flowing not the men show that that humanitarian assistance flows through ngos etc. But even for that purpose you got to engage the person who is in control on the ground and these other people who are in control. I think the international community in the major pas of. That's the way stunned. Buzz will judge them by their conduct by how they behave. Not so much by. Who's in the end. They will keep the steep video swab democracies hanging with what is a clear indication from the quote unquote caretaker government. Which taliban has installed is that not much has changed. It remains to be seen. If the militant group does onwards promises on amnesty inclusivity and representation. If you like listening to this episode subscribe to the big story for episodic updates on apple podcast gio sovereign in most of the other popular podcast. Homes for other podcast. Please log onto the website and for any feedback. Please shoot an email to podcasts. At the win dot com. 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SEVEN / BABY BOUNCE (DOUBLE FEATURE) - EPISODE 25 - ROADIUM RADIO - TONY VISION - HOSTED BY TONY A.

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SEVEN / BABY BOUNCE (DOUBLE FEATURE) - EPISODE 25 - ROADIUM RADIO - TONY VISION - HOSTED BY TONY A.

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The Roman State Documentary directed by me filmed film by John. motherfucking Elkins I will have more More if you will announcements throughout the show once again we're anchor. We are apple podcast. We are on UH spotify. You could reach us on all platforms to listen to this podcast but without further ado let me go ahead and introduce my very first guest of tonight's double header and that would would be baby balanced from the city of Gardena. I'm good brother. Listen I know it's January or still kind of close to the holidays just passed but I need to ask how your holidays starting with Thanksgiving man a me I was round. twos threes Thanksgiving Rahm to look a little tight. Man Maybe How was your Christmas with the family? Now you the top of cater still gets of gifts if men or or you give gifts away hours giving gifts away. We always getting them to Burleson. People love me I. I don't think I've shared in years straight up. I I wish a lot of money sleeping. I ain't got nothing not even a hug but all good but anyways before we get into your interview I wanNa tell you something. You probably don't know on how I heard of you. And it was actually many years ago I had. I got a bunch of homeless when the city gardena blacks and Mexicans and in a home. Where like you need to book with a baby balance unique baby boundaries with years ago? And I'm hells baby bounce. Okay even my black homeys. He's he's never said he's Gardena. Here's how they said he's from the city that that's the way they were. Yeah yeah he's putting to Ct.. Not You need to get with your man. And I was like all right at that time I just went home. Did my homework looked you up on you to a couple of videos when you win like a black beanie. You were younger then. I happen to go over to data's house with Spanish fly and that's what I saw for the first time together together. Yeah they used said Yeah. Yeah you know my uncle Roger you call the charter. We talk and from there. Yeah from that point on we've been in In contact now all my homies. The like like support human. It needs an older cats of the cats. You know we need to get with all my homies. Cortina much love much. Respect to them. Disappoint you brother. Thank you so how you been menu. Good man same thing aimed grind in trying to make it happen. Let me start over a couple of questions. Are you a movie Guy. Will what kind of movies have you seen lady anything good model like watching TV. You were heels on whenever I have time to watch. A lot of documentaries Zimmer recommend one is kind of weird girl is one call. Don't fuck with cats don do. It's a fucking weird and but it's dope. I'll check that out. I don't it make you WANNA kill a motherfucker but you okay. It's good so I recommend on epaulets. Don't book cows other than that. I know I know already know a lot about you but depends. Don't where were you raised. Where were you born at Man? I was born. I was born in Lynnwood. Would I was raised in Gardena. Okay the C.. Okay and is that what you went to school yeah wants to Elementary elementary middle school to high. What element you did? You attend hours evolves from Amazon Amazon elementary and June high today call it middle school middle school. Yeah okay. I was Perry Ferry Middle School Perry Middle School. What about high school high school harding high? Okay any sports play. I like baseball allow. When I was younger I was not cool bug-eyed rightful I like playing baseball? I la that's dope man. That don't you gotTA teen. I'll watch it no more but ice dodger fan big dodger fan our to keep up with the TV. Okay Okay and did you graduate high school. No okay I'm in the same boat so don't feel bad here now and I don't say that proudly either okay actually shape. Because I want him to go to my graduation but I'll do busy going to DJ parties hanging out with girls and drinking forty S A lot. But I did go to the graduation odds a matter of fact me and my brother were cruising my graduation tweaking forties and so that's kind of like graduate in backstage so you know what I'm saying but Ghetto the ghetto title graduates graduates. Exactly so now growing up What kind of music were you introduced to start with your mother your father? What did your mother my mom my mom and my dad? They listened to a lot of my mom she liked allowed a shot a and and my POPs we a lot of sugar free. We played a lot of sugar. Free over here when I was younger. Real Yeah Real Street Gospel. That's my mother. You were going to save my daddy's little to the desert. Let's see we're off of that. Plus he he knew him was France France. So let me tell you something about Your Dad Dad. You probably didn't know you probably do all the homes that are older like his dad real G. Homey his carithers. What's his name? Bouncer bouncer big bouncer bouncer. Yeah correct way referred to him like you gotTa plug with timber. Dad like a straight G of their own so big to my homeboy hobby. Juan Nunez my John Gilmore and the Wayne Baker those just some of the older. Catch that like that. The end the new from the city. That's tight here so you might just a lot of day. My mom likes Saturday was he played a lot of sugar free on whenever I was going to school in elementary. That's on the street last Gospel. Drop Them House listening to that all day going into school at home from school. No Shit Yeah. She liked quick a lot too so I grew up on that so it was like when you took me out that one time and I seen all of them right right there. You took me backstage. I come on. I was real tight on when I was a Dan here member from. Yeah yeah so that I don't to me Well I guess because me being by age usually when I interview people. They'll say like my parents played like talk about Spanish artist. Or whatever but you the burst one had been on here said Shiva pre now. My my parents grew up on on Gangsta Shit so thome well. You know what I learned from you so today. You know that that's cool so now growing up you play any type up of instruments at all. You're interested pleading the instruments. I mean I tried the legacy tarver really like a big fan of it. Because it's like tar where he will write your electric guitar. I started with that. I wanted to play that a lot when I was younger but I of keeping at it. I did it for like probably like a year. gave up on it. Okay okay I guarantee there are some people probably looking still saying. I wonder who who is at but little. They know that you already have a street. Buzz people out here. The harbor area ally know who you are. You have music out there. So you've already created a buzz does for yourself. Well one thing that I can say about you that I admire that every time I seen you or talk you you're always like towing on just pushing tone them trying to do this Tony trying to work. You know what I'm saying getting out there and what I like about that is that you're not waiting for anybody you're just going. There's a lot of guys that Are are just like Tom. What are you gonNa Hook up or are you going to do? I Tell People Mongolia during get it. Yeah you gotta grind for you gotTa put down four BS chewing go on sale exactly exactly so now. You said. He tried the electric guitar. What was your job if you can remember or did you? Yeah Yeah slanging and banging job offer his job. I was passing out flyers to the restaurant and my city real. Yeah Yeah it was like eleven ten pass off liars make like fifty bucks a day. That's cool so he did that for like a couple of months. Yeah well my job was studying records number. One number two was at a store. You probably wouldn't even know but it was still called Sony's it's like a K.. Mart something like that and then my third job was actually at a video store so I was like renting videotapes but I was always on the fuck component fired biased so I was not good at working Other than that now what would you say who did you hear. I know you somewhat answered it. But maybe you can elaborate a little bit more Who would you say you heard that captivated you got your attention possibly to start doing interesting that we call rap man? I know you mentioned sugar. Pre what what. What was that? was there anyone else other than possibly him that you could say. Look I think I want to start walking around with Dan. Wouldn't my biggest rations was a lot of people from our area and then the people my dad was around like that's what really mean. Come not going to sit. Dan Be like Oh snoop and rock made me WANNA rap seven slow pain like all them type would lose my pops around. So that's what I was around on when I was a kid. He humming the damn on. Be Like these foods because I'm other from will seven was always from my area the dues from in. Oh Biko oh I think so. Yet for my Biko Biko via the K. so Yeah that was that I grew up on like I was just always around my pops. It's not pops always had me with him in the car so wherever he was going to do whatever he was doing was there. So I was always in studios and seen these guys as as eleven seven twelve years old. Okay because you're bothered new them yet. My my pops was real involved with them. Know How and what they was involved but they was real close in writing. Come over to the house type. She didn't come eat Emma at my grandma's hokey. That's what all about. What did your dad do? That connected him within will just awesome. The home share some homey. Shit like they'll go to the Hustler Casino. Go on that was always Slow seven all these rules and and You have any brothers and sisters Phnom Malai Child. You're the only spoiled. Yeah Hell Yeah. He gave me everything he goes out. There yeah what was that a good thing it was and it wasn't okay. Why because always like as I as I was getting older and he wasn't around on new like fuck like he can give me that shit? Now I gotta go get this right but then I was used to get in the ship. Whatever I want it? But that's a good thing now because we really think about it now now you look back and say you know. I had a good when I was my turn. Gordon get it after you know a quick story. I had a cousin sad to say that he was only child. His Dad passed away may rest in peace and this is my cousin he literally chose rather than to go to work and he was living BECO- supermarkets and it was pretty sad that nobody wanted to help him but he chose lifestyle. You know on the other hand you chose keep positive and keep it pushing you know. And that's something attended. I think that this generation needs to look at because you have definitely been paid tools. And at times I've said this generation knows nothing about paying dues. But you're an exception like I said every time I've seen it you've been pushing you've been hustling okay and I want to encourage you to continue to do that. And being example the kid I want to come up and do this Rabkin. 'cause you down. Well it's not easy man. People don't understand that starving artists is harder like Mike understand that like Dan. You're not getting paid for them as mentality. And I like to love the. Yeah I mean I think you timed time that clubs and your networking. The sad part about many times networking is all. We're doing exchanging phone numbers and nothing happens you know but now around what age would you say you actually took the pin to the paper and let me just try fuck around awesome Arnaz about probably like fifteen on of you guys know Johnny Way from getting records like East. I used to like freestyle in writing only so he was like one of the ones that really sat me down. I was a fool at that freestyle. Says not GONNA work. That's not making real music hung. How were you restart artist? I was though I like to allot realize I do on my first all my first record I ever put out IPOD ON MY I. Ten or fifteen were offering stylized just off of Shit I was saying in the studio live freestyle fucking around but then when I got like Johnny I was working at the the long beach swap. Meet the Santa Fe his taking d boy to show actually on our show and they stopped by right there and I showed them. I should come through bring into the studio but I came with a freestyle mentality. You know we don't do that right here. Really we right over here. We make real songs. Okay and Dan. How did you feel about that or did that come to you? I was hard but he would lock me in there. He would have me in there for days. I will sleep over. My Dad knew him. I that was Roku Johnny Wasilla. He knew I was always straight. I was like family over there. So okay wh- now what do you think encourage you to to just restyle now because most guys start by writing songs obviously not you. You just wanted to come off the top of your head. was somebody that you saw. That was doing that. Did you watch a lot of rap battles Nile. Like when I was in elementary we used to just fuck around families freestyle and right and say Shit at the bungalow however we were doing walking around with my elementary the fifth grade we were freestyles. I thought that's how wrapping was like mine. Let right is really make classics Rod hits the. Do you still record Kohler at all free. Styling everything I have. I have my last project that green carpet is all off all of my head. But that's because I chose to do that. I wanted to see something this okay now when you start a rapid obviously being the freestylers did. Did you know anything about Boras yet yet. No Johnny Tommy had count worst. Okay ought to who actually caught me bars with arthur genius. IQ's it's producer grace cousin. He counted when we one time he was like one two three four two two three three three four four two three four. And that's how we showed me me on the drum machine because he would do like four. But I did my own Martin's obviously it's a little bit different when you're a producer. Rapper you know usually rapper. Rab Sixteen eight sixteen eight and that was pretty much the pattern unless you off for sovereignty just freestyle little bit different. Do you enjoy Oy freestyle embedded actually even now as the right really aren't just johnny. Got That Shit like in my head I. I don't out still even after that. Even after I got into the groove writing I'll be like like Johnny freestylers Fuck seconal. Free started this shit like go freak Ceylon a little Wayne Right. Probably clowning. Okay now to today well before I get to that now today. How long will you stay? How many years will you say you were dollars before you actually became a song right? -S probably about four years. Four years you start writing when I was like fifteen hours wrapping already like at eleven eleven twelve really already like China free styling now being a kid and your dad pretty much you know taking you around how did hear hear you rap and what he think he thought it was I I was just me and funny and then once once he went and did his little stretch and start hearing and they're like hey your son be making noise other life. She came home right with the Ravin. You making music food serious with this power you about that time. I was already really like seventeen okay. Sixteen probably seventeen sixteen girl almost eighteen and he was like you really taken this zero my man. I'm shooting videos videos and everything like how did your mom feel about that. She never told you your job every day. Edward That's just the way go every day. I just goals now Did you ever try to dabble in the production auction side other than just wrapping. Say you know I WANNA buy my own fuck drum my own laptop. I want to try to do my own share while I've got a hat on my own. I Omar Mac Book My mic stand on mobile studio like when I was twenty one twenty two had everything as set up. Where I I WANNA files keeping up with the home? He's all set right there. Okay and for those OSCO head. I would ask you what you have but obviously you've got a program we'll program. Will you use it at that at that time. House offer like pro twos thing okay. Protons nine a did you play your own keyboard with Rapid Sam. Now my cousin used to make my beats he used to make a lotta an isis wrapped him his sentiment. And what kind of music was this other than just classified and his hip hop was just awesome jeep on shade. Was this the east coast hip hop like what genre of hip hop. Would you want to call it. You know because people were saying that some boom BAP was at some west coast shit. Some some west coast I default looker slash lower style. We always keep Ho school okay and and By a what a what age did you start getting response. That like okay. People actually are like in my shit show and I seen impasse by my black bumping marsh. It really is. There's some random people I don't know I. It brings up a story when I would hear people bumping in my actually it was this here the high see when we need to high see. Actually it wasn't on a CD cassette okay and this is the song long that we did on the original version of Public K.. And an IRA some passive by blood in me. While I was at a phone booth. You know so that's what I thought. Okay you know what my shoes getting out there right now but now when you started recording were you like making demos just handed him out. Were you selling them in the beginning on our job my first project I ever like. CD with my picture on it. And everything I was selling them load. Ah backpacking I was hit in the streets and the city. Okay was gone. How they were going fast? What was the name of your name the album it was his his baby balanced? It is at my picture that may be bouncing. Had the song names on the bag. How many songs total right twelve thing? Okay now and you were around around what age it is time now. I was like probably like twenty three. Twenty two okay and you would just run and run the city. Just Langham. There like Mandalay. The her son to do shit solicit the Bali copies. Say Roughly. Did you sell that Shit. Show one hundred a day knowing for sure my city and they we're going there were just flying everywhere. Even if people didn't know me I was walking up on like taking donations. You know it was really like I had a price on ars five hundred or you do the Hollywood Boulevard and say here you go. Can you give me in donation. Could they be doing that shit over their hours just giving it to people whatever you guys on a blessing. Melia listen to me but I was getting paid for by Roy was grind and this is like roughly around one. I'm already dying out. Everybody was on like the I.. poson nobody was doing sees any at all whether they're independent or whether they were major to anybody ever tried to hit your for a possible record deal. Yeah couple of times a little bullshit but I never really liked listen to like never really paid no mind to what. Why is that does they weren't like unreal? Deals like there's just like people get over and I'm always young and I didn't know better you know but I knew it wasn't what I was worth right right. Discharges never ever like really paid attention to them. I remember one time one fucking asshole. He insulted me. Could he comes up to me. I WANNA I WANNA buy album for you and it was just straight beats you know and I said okay. What are you doing to operating costs? Five GS or toll puck and beats. The Manila guys is like fuck you man to talking about my asshole me I did was on a tool real real musicians. I had a real engineer here burl and you asked what I started. Autho runner real. That's recording. Okay that's like the first stuff stuff already recorded. Music on like real music was real to reel okay You ever usually live instruments. Was Everything was pretty much samples. Everything was like samples. Yeah okay some live instruments would have people in there. Okay and where were you record all this johnny would okay. I'm ghetto back in Australia. Get Obama will allow instill in me right. Okay but what I'm saying. What was the studio? Add Samba Okay and off. Aw you're in. You're in his studio time. They're just come through all man. It wasn't even the night. There's like more family shit like like we want you to. You know work right here get you better at issue. Okay now to Israel already added to ensure this dope back then to Israel's you could only pick three psalms fucker and into real by one hundred and twenty five bucks. Yeah throw the. She was a lot back. There will be no tells me how much does it cost and all that today. It's it's it's it's a little bit. Obviously it was a whole better because you can actually record you know on your laptop you should burn on there and give it to somebody back. Then you know we gotta does get a mix and input on fucking Dabbler and then handed out. That player would adapt tape. I should say but anyways other than that a besides restyling important question that I don't think a lot of young cats get asked when you reached out obviously you goofball upbeat and you you can pick yourself back but now when you actually start recording to the beat how difficult would to stay on. Beat war they do they do a thing called punch Dan okay so it was like you know it's kind of like cheating. That's why when Tony started with Jani them. He'd made me right because he wouldn't let me punch him does high in the latter record at first because a little bullshit I was recording garages and Shit by both the studio and it was ruled. A real go. We don't do that over here. We are sharing. We go all the way through. Okay spitted all the way through. So that's why I'm I'm more of a lot of musician wrappers or whatever you WANNA call them when I'm going to because a lot of people punch in nowadays right I do four bars here. Stop them punching back in right is easier right and for those that may not know what punching in means. Is that rapper. So long maybe sometime they would've followed beat so they would pick up with develop beat need press record again and pick up right there off top. Yeah yeah that's what that is because I know that's what a trade your love with easy because you know easy was really a real rapper. If you you don't believe say this okay about easy Me Wrist in peace I had the privilege to work with them on mix tapes. Okay when he would come to my house he had no problem. Rep You sixteen bars bro. Like so when they tell me that drink plenty of men. Maybe it's because they really wanted perfection fiction I get that but when he will ramp up on my mic state. I never had a bunch of men you know so I maybe I don't have the same years actually but I'm never had a problem with that so now you do your first project. How soon after that did you knock out your second album man after that after the first project was probably like just makes tapes? Bullshit okay. What was the name really really really push slow projects house putting out that they weren't apples okay? So but how many songs were on these mix tapes fourteen fifteen locate now for the police before we go to break Eric. I'm going to cover some because okay to me. These are mixed tapes. Okay good to us is also hit cutting scratching and rapping were mixed tapes to this generation. What does it make to you? Something like they even. I mean obviously put effort into it. Because you're doing it you know. But it's like something you can't really push rapping over other people's beats the card makes beats right so there's not really like a project like something you would really put out there but you putting it out there. So it had nothing to do with Colin scratching. Nah Okay okay. They say like all mix tape shit artist because when I took a break from the music and I came back started. Hearing soldiers released a mix tape so so it took me a while to understand what they were talking about when he when his mix tape so I listened to it all this time. I'm waiting to hear to cook. Cook the guys come up and I'm like I don't should but obviously it took on a whole different. You know name for itself but it anyways. Here's what we're GONNA do. WE'RE GONNA go ahead and take a break. We're GONNA come back. We're going to talk about what you're working on. You guys just released a video actually a couple of hours ago. Yeah okay. Let people know. WHO's on there when we come back? What can what can they expect to get your music? What could you see your videos etc the working on now okay? So what again everybody. The rhodium makes documentary on a firm believer promoting yourself and to a pays off so Once again I got a couple of more sets of these those that dropped twenty five bucks on the Super Chat. Get Four of mix tapes. You you got the twenty four seven eight six in the mix you got eighty in Beijing you got the high. CD's are all Rhodium. Mix tape that I up on CDs. A lot of people have been hitting me up on. I want some hard copies here. The hard copies or you can always go to my website and getting via download for ten bucks a piece. 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Would be bounced from the city of Gardena. This The harbor area. Before we get into it I know your names pretty self explanatory But how did you come the name baby bounce. Why Baby Bounce on my dad go? Daddy's big docile. Okay eat out a little homie so those like it was under him okay. Everybody thought everybody with also baby's mouth before I have decided I will. Well has bouncer so when I was younger people just baby bounce okay. So that's how pretty much okay did you ever think about like I know that's what they call you but did you say okay. That's also going to be my rap name and did you ever think about changing it. Nah stuck like did I was like Saddam. Keep okay okay. I'll call. You could be calling you baby inside tomorrow maps. I'll I'll good okay. Listen so now you release your first project like pretty much you could save. The Hood. Project started slanged into hood. You sold one hundred day start. You released a couple of mix tapes were came after that for you. We start working our and we said okay. Okay now how did you meet or or how did you come about meeting seven. While I've known seven for a long time. Those those younger really know him. I know my pops. It'll be around him and he'll be around people that are like one down the tap in with him sued what he's talking about modules always run into places Shaw market though this when I got now keep working working. We're going to get it right. WHO's GONNA get together back one day we just gotTA cracking okay? up to up to that point. How many different producers could you say you've been working with? I was working with a couple other like my cousin. A couple of other armies. That really didn't take serious. But they know how to make beats and they were kind of just feeding them selling who was purchasing them. Nothing there it is kind of China get their name out there. I'm trying to get my name out there. Okay and now the house soon after your first your first CD did you start performing or perform a outperforming young already. Okay but it wasn't never like shows like open mic type Shit. You backyard parties and I was never scared of grab Mike. nope elite now. I guess what I'm referring to when you first started to perform your songs not necessarily just wrap your talking but like okay. This is my song. I'M GONNA go here I gotta ask to do the show. I'M GONNA go out there and perform. Do you still remember that first show. Yeah it was caught on back in the days it was a spot at Hawthorn spot. Okay I did my first show there Muhammad's from my block one hundred and sixty eight. Okay Okay now let me ask you this. It might be a dumb question but like to ask what the fans were. You ever nervous going up in front of the crowd. Nine stagefright type BOO nope. Nah Okay I am alrighty knew I was GonNa do good knock this hour glide Dane ready for me like metality home address you ready for initiate you ready for your shit today. Being really does dove minutes. Good mentality Bro. I like to encourage people that. Have that winners mentality to go walker and get it. Because there's a lot of people are focused wedding. I've had people that have told me I must fucking fell off the stage. I've had to be able to tell me you know that I i Africa by lyrics and I understand it because I started teaching in front of people at a young age. I was in eighth grade and believe is to pick up the needle like this. You know because I was spoken terrified. You know but now it's like Ikea performing in front of fourteen thousand people and it'll be fine. I like home while I do that. You know but now what can people today expect from baby balanced. Do you have any new projects that you're working on at as of right now. Yeah I'm working on. This project was is basically done already. I'm just working on putting it out. throw it out. The dope is not even. It's not even a full project. But I got other stuff lined up to something. I'm working on C. J. V. or can you make he made all the beats on a little EP six song. EP We got the green carpet is going to be. I'm just trying to figure out a date. Y degree carpets. 'cause the cities green and he's also like when I get up there. I WanNa be rolled out on the green carpet on the red carpet. Different colored carpets Mussabini Money Green. Here the Musset is black bread. It's not like it's the black and red. You know what I'm saying so I get I get it so now. There was rumors out there and get his name right. That you did a song awhile back with a guiding if I'm correct altog- Riedel did it. Okay now I heard about that song and I believe a homeless watts. Okay why has never been out or released and the release with this is not released like on platforms is just shot a video to it or did you okay and start on you too okay. It now when did that come out to you by the year ago. Okay because I know my son who I talked to you about that song. If he's a fan of his and he was always wondered like I wonder why he never put it out on but we need see. We didn't even know so. Obviously it wasn't really publicized yet and really get two too much exposure but some cool numbers okay for people that may not know who who he is or people that do know. Here's where is he now that you know of his Carter. Okay Oh some time do the stretch. Okay wh- what happened with him. Because I know there were different rumors going on about him on. If you don't want to speak on a call I era I speak on it. Okay but yeah. He's incarcerated right now. Okay Free Him. Okay I knew a couple of these and the reason why I heard. How would you say about? That's all you did with them because when I went to go visit at my old studio audio achievements in the city of torrens right here. Where pretty much? Where we're gangster rap was pretty much if you will create that great? There was a lot of these young kids in there that were talking about him. You know there was some from shoreline mafia and abacus a mother the other groups but they mentioned him and then you mentioned you and then I said Oh yeah I know him if he ever released a song dot but now you're telling me that it was actually released dig. I think people can actually hear it on Youtube. They will about to put out our ep his weight on his people to give me some paperwork it should location. AP You too. That's next after I dropped again carpet. Put out man no three grievous. A little EP is a five song he just me and him on the whole thing is called g-code. Oh okay now up to this point what song would you say that you are most known for that people would say. That's that's my shit right. There is there is one song out there how they used to okay. That would that is video has offered us out on Youtube. Okay Kalija Youtube. Do you have your own page where people can look you up. I do now. I'm working on it building non-subscribers instead with I got stuff scattered everywhere. Okay so they we just typing baby balanced and you'll see my pictures and see all the videos okay and and Now as far as this album when can when people expected to drop the the EP. Yeah I'll give it another month. I'll drop is already getting mix master cousin Misri Misri. He's a he's mixing master for the people that may not know misfit Asia cousin Okay yeah that's a good thing. I mispaid uptick about maybe maybe now a year and a half and so far so good I wanna be doing attract with him so I wanna Collab- doing attractive and I'll be honest I really don't do a collaborates with a lot of producers because I'll be honest with your heart person to work with sometimes I could be a real fucking asshole because I've always learned that you have to bring your fucking a game and this is where a lot of rappers bump heads with me because they're like do fucking rap rhino what I saw Mike and I'm like but that's not what I want here on this track you'll get it. Just keep going. Avi Do your lyrics over and over and over and over until I get that sound but I want to hear from you and then we're done here. I'll go home tomorrow. Come back and I want you to press play and when you hear it you'll see what I was looking for a lot of. You don't have that patients. I'm Amanda River little patient so I I to- people pray for me anyways other than that man. What producers are you working wit on this album is it just solely misfit or is now EP vistas ep he is one of my homeys friend of mine named see? GV productions you know he he he did all the beats on it. It's like mine and as his project six. Oh Okay I'll put it put it out produced all CG. And I did all the songs. There's one feature on the on the project. Muhammed Pope Oku. You have you ever you know with any artist like a dog pound sugar bree or any of these top guys. Is You get it. I've got a song with a cocaine. Okay Okay and can people here that now mass mahoney surprising when he gets out on. Johnny boy comes home Tom. He's Emma put out. That project is resume ochre the resume and when can we expect him to get help probably like another year. Damn so you gotta wait on. I mean is his project okay. This is a producer project just with all the people that was from his able and everybody that was working with okay. He's another is basically his project. It's called the resume images got different tracks by me. D Boy Squirrels on it gang people. We're on her unknown artist on sign artists if you had the budget to do your own baby bounds Album not a gay people in album is say twelve songs and you were to. Hey you want five features and you had the budget okay. What by his would you wanna work with collaborate when artists rappers? You name me five as you would like to remain me if arena. Why is that I try? I try not to even listen other people. Okay because the museum up to par. I'd rather put on some dog. Pounds shoot suit free shit like that. So what so this to save all score is now anybody out there that you would say. Okay I grew up listening to I get him Mondays track. I'd get this district those basketball. Freon some shit. Click on some gas to High single some shit Who else off the twins? Okay should I like Grads G. folks a little old school so you liked at forty hours. We've spoken for the Regal. Hell is a lead incident. Is it as of now. What about producing? 'cause I know we talked a couple of times where we were supposed to work here. Here was the problem with me and a lot of artists is that we get to my age of the people that you work with. It is very very hard to to do stuff for free right. It's very hard because I get a lot of artists that tell me Tolan produce me tone. This tone that is but let's be be honest. It doesn't make dollars a doesn't make central. I got a lot of homes. That are my age right now. You know that tell me you never believed in me. You never cared about me. You never showed my show me the way. But I'M GONNA use an example. You kept pushing. You know you didn't wait on anybody and there's a lot of people that are Paula's because because nobody wants to help me you can't do that. Mandible grab you gotta go out there and do it man you gotta go out there you know and I was fortunate. Fortunate enough to been raised in an era where hip hop was barely coming to the west coast and introduced to so many artists. But a man like Steep Yano you who introduced me to many legends. So I was blessed and fortunate. Doesn't make me better than anyone. I just happen to know the person that it had all the connections though and I tell people that now wanting I will tell you our any orders if I can help keep in mind. I'm only one person I'm getting asked from all different angles empire can't help I will or I could point to somebody that can help or I could just point away you say. This is the best route to goal but many times. A lot of people expect you know for me to take them by the hand and just creating a whole career for them. That's not going to happen is you. GotTa you gotTa Make Ah Self Estar before anybody make you a star. You know there's guys that have hit me up. Hey Man I sent you an email. Homage have why haven't you responded bonded. You don't WanNa fuck and emails. We have a music. Do we have to listen to. I got a least one hundred songs that I've talked to listen to at least and I tell them we'll get back to you in a timely manner. Her and I will listen to him. I will and if they have enough history where people are going to tune in you. Don't have a problem with a book booking emperor show. But if you're just rapper just dropped one song build a little bit more. You know what I'm saying. Create a name. Like everybody's trying to do you know because imitates from this rap games a motherfucker Bro. You know it's a cutthroat business dirty game dirty gay man so Now tell us a little bit about the song The name of it who's on it and working people see the video that would just dropped a couple of hours ago. The song as miss risotto featuring Bozo myself and his on out online lambis right. Now it just dropped like not even two hours two hours ago. Numbers numbers are all right. They're don good right now by the song again. It's called dedication okay. You wanted a story that they want to be on then he did fucking gay man is in her like this shit is too slow. You want to focus in love or would accept the job I I like. I like Vibe Shit. Like slow mellow should. I do the hard the turn-up Shitzu but I like the more put some thought into this. Okay okay what what rappers today. Not your generated this generation. Could you say you bought with like that. You like our focus a lot of itchy recipes. These are listened Charles a lot of holiday like that's how many rappers that are and all that I listened to she. Now that's kind of that kind of leaves me baffled a little bit because your generation and for you to say. I don't really listen to a lot of these. Don what will why will what do you think it is now. I like listening to the people I surround myself with. The starving artist is struggling artists. See doing that put real serving into this just like listening foods that just got the imagine not right on paper. Are you band of what people call Chicano rap now considered Famine labeling labeling us you know and and and I get that I understand all that want to be considered it and direct US buy Yes for more power to US fine. But that's not what I said. I'm getting messed them on. One hundred percent Mexican. Our MOM endeavor makes and there's some over there with this like that's not nice not the right runway to say as difference. You the static. Is that one guy today on facebook. Were to you as a Chicano rapper. He's only I heard. It means that you're gonNA rapper and and correct correct. Him and I wasn't trying to be needed but I corrected must've looked good just because it you cannot does not mean. He's a Chicano rapper. Maybe you meant that he wrapping when I get that but not at uconn rapper in that genre because we can't all be swept under the rug our you know and I think that's where mark people gotta split up role. I'm not a Chicano Park Castor in Dj or you'RE GONNA producer. I would just. There's an artist you know and I would like to be known as an honest with Elsa so other than that So the video it just dropped A. Are you going to be releasing anybody else on your EP for sure. I'm probably GONNA shoot every song every song. Il WanNa do like a little a mini movie type thing like all the songs connected kind of in a way bright minds. I think that's important not to especially in this day and Age with technology that we have today you know use it for your management unit to get barger because let me tell you something. A lot of people know we have the technology but they don't take advantage of it didn't use it. They just rely on instagram. Maybe facebook and that's it You know they settled for likes and comments. Hell no if you really WANNA make a career on this. You're going to go out there and get it man because visuals are everything. I could have done. A podcast where people just hear us but I wanted people to see us bro. Efforts visit the generation of information. People want to go. You know a the what is baby bounce. Do Look like is baby. Cute baby bow short. You know we're giving it to them right now. usuals as everything You know so if anything anyways any shout outs that you wanNA give anything you want to wash out all my my people in the city holding me down. I mean shot on my label on my brothers. You who my backbones okay. Okay and a shot to your mom will put a note with you now. You know what I'm GonNa ask you something okay. I saw it a while back and I hope that things these are better now. I saw that you put a post talking about your dad and he said something like. Don't worry dad we're going to clear it up. We're I'M GONNA make things right. What was that about house is set on? Mike will be you know one day. We're going to get it right. That'd be together as a family again. Okay okay was there ever a time where you didn't talk Ma never okay. I've always been like this okay The reason why I bring that up is this you know my dad passed away already okay. Last year he lived down the street and I was. There's always busy. He would always call me. And tell me on Tony. Romo Cycle Maryland. Tony Romo's Antonio you know like datum row busier. I'm dead on busy data and he ended up passing away and I live what all of that you know. The reason why I brought that up to you was if there was anything. Anything any bridge in between you guys. I as older homey wasn't encourage you. Hey ma'am eighties right. which are father because tomorrow is promised that you know that usually the yamen demand so other than that? I just WanNa thank you for coming through. Thank you for having most definitely and you know that that's why this platform was created for people like you for people to get to know you you know And for hopefully for our you would be successful in this in this game. You know so once again. Thank you baby. Bell coming through from the city The rhodium take documentary. These four CDs of for a twenty five dollar super chat screen. Shot that a super chat when you paid it emeritus volume of radio DOT COM and we will send these out to you once again at twenty. Five Bucks of the value is forty their tips. But I'm giving them out for twenty five on the super chat stay tune caller printed text brin let him know that seven from Hell by records will be here in just a moment and once again. Thank you brother for coming through. Thank you. How as a baby bottle of the GARDENA Torrance in? Yeah we come aboard a Al-Ghani boy present Joe in house and we'll be back after this Surges shot out the sklar. Welcome back everybody. Eroding Beta episode. Twenty five I'm here with my knicks gas before introduce some once again on the Super Chats for twenty five bucks you get off for for a mix tape hard copies of their field or brand new Other than that without further Ado Let me tell you something about got my next guest. He has a lot a lot of history. Why and he hasn't blown up honestly is beyond me so many people love his music so many people are love his voice not only? Is He a entrepreneur on his own restaurant. Not only is the adult rapper. He does. He's a dope producer. He's adult engineer He's photographer. He's the Jack of all treats yet so talented but yet it almost seems like to get his career off the ground has almost been somewhat impossible. Not only is he known all over the harbour area but I do believe my personal opinion. He should have been a lot bigger than what he is. Now GonNa talk about ten on. Why we believe Why I believe that there's been a slowdown in his career? And I'll give you my opinion Once I begin to interview him but what do once again. My boy seven from the Harbour Aubrey. Also city at torrens into building was though. What's up over here band? Chilin Jilin how you been man. I've been good man. I've been good man. She's just China. Get everything back on the road. You know took a little break for a minute. Yeah I know you're in Japan. I was just in Japan and September. How many days will you guys in Japan pork? We're out there for for about ten days. Okay good performing everything. Yeah we got. We got down there little show Did a couple interviews out there promoting Documentary for the okay okay One of my good friends out there. He recently released is about movies. Slash documentary this past year. We were out there promoting that okay. If I'm correct you were there with Mister criminal and a bunch of user. Okay go now uh-huh and after the same thing I've asked a baby bounce on your holidays how will your holidays beginning with Thanksgiving Man Everything was cool man to spend time with the. The family man didn't really do too much after Japan kind of slowed down and everything got to enjoy the holidays. Thanksgiving giving you don't always gotta grab on right. Christmas was cool man a little slow for me but it was. It was a good time for me to just chill out and kind kind of do me for a minute. Okay okay. Do you still get like give gifts man not really man is when you get a little older kind of alike birthdays and Christmas. Nobody seems to see. That's the part. That kinda sucks because as we get older it almost seemed like we get less and less but we give more and more for me. I still feel young. I still WANNA get gifts men. I don't want to give gifts. I one of those guys. Maybe one of those guys that I truly do believe would it is better to give than to receive every once in awhile. He's blessed me with the damn quarters of you know what I'm saying. You go to the ninety nine. Cent store pick-me-up Corey something. Uh something but now I know you watch a lot of movies. I'd okay mostly gangster movies. At least I know I watch. I'm a fan of movies. He's bad I do watch a lot of movies. What have you seen lately that you could say? I'd recommend this Irishman I liked it. It was a real good movie. Yeah have you seen that Adolfo catch you know what I have pretty crazy man. It was it was kinda crazy data to see how they because a facebook. They track this cat down those crazy so get away. He did facebook police got you. Yeah it was crazy. How based his whole don't give it away? I'm not GONNA get away. It was crazy. But it's it's an interesting documentary. It's worth watch yet. It is always tell somebody. It's worth a rental. You know what I'm saying. Now I know you play a lot of video games do do you still play games I do not recently not recently in the last the last game that I played the assassin's excessive treat The region's wasn't originally Odyssey. When artsy in my old age started forget? Yeah because I like to go to your career. Unusual play games. Like game are competed. I'm binge-watching Brahma. Binge play a Video Game Rama. Binge movie watcher on the bench I Binge Watch a lot of stuff so okay now. Let's get into what seven raised there won't be born a man that was born and raised in Torrance California towards California Gornja and What other mates did you attend went to a minor street. I'll have to twenty-third Normandy. And junior high was still high. Buckton I was actually. It was still junior high. I went to Alexander Fleming and the city. LOMITA that'll work and high school will High School. I went to Narbonne for two three years until I got kicked out and then ended up in Israel. Okay Joe Hi and then dropped out after a while they didn't. You went to Israel for about three months okay. Any sports now. I never really got into sports. I played baseball for a little bit with my friends and stuff up not nothing like major like pinging athletic. That all right I need you. Just talk a little bit lateral all right and and so growing up at home what type of music you raised. I was actually raised a Spanish music. Ah But both sides from actually when my father passed away when I was when I was three years old and a he had left the A record collection of Spanish on Chad is in Norte. Vagnozzi and So I will listen to those records. Actually okay join up until I got introduced to. Od's the funk and rap at later when that was a little older okay. I mean. I know you play keyboards today. But growing up as a youngster. Did you play any instruments may be in school or anything like that. Never never never actually learn how to play an instrument. Okay actually learn how to play by ear so everything everything I do as as always try to find a melodies raw. Try to like be why how I actually learned was play of songs that are light and try to replay the keys. He's after songs okay and that's actually learned how to play a little bit. Okay now who would you say because I know you wrap who would you say As a youngster her was possibly. There's such thing as the first rap you've heard Who would you say encourage encourage you to do what you do now? Well one of the first rappers that I heard that would say okay and Was Slick Rick Slick actually. Yeah he was one of the. I think one of the first tapes in Everbod Slick Rick NWEA W. A. But the one that actually the album the release says like okay. This is what I WANNA do for you know for career of the rest of mine is what I WANNA do was the chronic from Dr Dre chronic devils released. What mentioned that one? I'm correct right yelling. ninety-one into yeah exactly not choose all around there. Wow well that's a classic album and as mentioned as it gets his bang it normally through all the way through and still produces trying to play catch up to that album you know but uh-huh anyways you know it's funny because I showed his Pasho that was the last actual conversation that I had which we face to face you know. Aw I always tell people. I don't know the drill of today. I knew the tree of them have somewhat cool relationship with him. I asked him. How long did it take to produce CRONICA? And he had told me about a year NASA I asked her why so long because in a short amount of time he did the E. N. W. A.. deal see above the law. Stop and watch along and he said because they had a hit or miss and I understand that because back in in the nineties or even an early nineties or late eighties. I if I did album for you I'd probably take six to seven to eight months. 'cause we have to. Bob has to be a chemist all my beats gotta be tailor made for you so I understand that today. Sad sad thing about music is that people are getting beach. Email email to them but now so the chronic around. How old were you when you could say you know what I started writing nine lyrics at the if I remember correctly I roll? My first replicates sixteen seventeen O cosmographers wrap up now now I know you also produce would you say you were doubting I in music or off limits. I actually haven't lyrics I okay We actually the the first song that I ever recorded that I recorded diverse on was assaulted. I did with my cousin. Javier Aron and mother Homeboy logo. We used to have a little group called the. Va gunslingers that was that was going to be like a little rap group and we were recording that we recorded a few songs at a studio in actually in torrance off of Vermont called. I think it was called art studios the Glenn Emerge Kamaruddin audio or that was the name of it and were you still a teenager to time was like sixteen seventeen. Okay not not now. We'll make you take that step to. Let's go to a studio. Did you have already beached done now. We didn't have we which is one day which is at eight will. Actually the what. What Westwood started was when I was in junior high going to flaming iced? I started jingle my cousin Harvey he was the always a musically inclined one. He was the one that had the equipment. Whitman is on the bottom. I equipment so he's the one that actually put me on the road to music because so we used to. Dj Backyard Backyard. boogie parts always started the vinyl release scratching playing and from there moved onto the CD. Jay's we were a DJ got Bevan's if you remember that era that colitis. Could I uh Spanish music and then we do like house parties and then we used to do that deep house and unconvincing. We started teaching that. So we're we're gonNA just whatever the the people were Haider's to to play with play. And that's that was my first introduction to actual music to Oklahoma I do this until various types of music so various types awesome music because today like I said I just question a lot what kind of. DDR YOU and I was like honestly I would say there's different kinds you know. And it's a battle battled dj or you just a hip hop DJ stop. Stop Stops Tom. Row when you grew up if you want to take a hard you gotta play everything exactly exactly know today you just get guy that just flip our fingers and make you a full noise. That's all they do one hundred. Dj's I don't get that. I'm not that kind of DJ more power to them. But I'm not what you call so you know. I was at regular nightly DJ BACKYARD DJ WAITING DJ and also a battle Dj. I did it all today. I guess something would just I choose to stay in one lane but but not you guys you guys chose to. We're GONNA play everything that they if they if they call the straight gate would play that they do not want hip hop where we want rapper. We want oldies or whatever they wanted us to play an okay now. Who when when you mentioned you were about to go to the studio you guys went to the studio and You were part of a three crew. Group of Korea was actually was four of us. Four Fort Lauderdale scoreless in the studio. You had no music. Daba created a actually the guy the produce name was the guy that owned the student's names rich so so we would go with him. We were playing like some dogpound stuff and two bucks these other songs. We like in trying to create something that sort of sounded similar to what we brought them right right like like so you were pretty much say this is like the genre that we exactly sounded. We're shooting for and so he would pretty much cater to some that you want dead and it's actually a smart way to to do it because usually when I used to work with artists out always ask them like A. What is a song or two out today that you would Aratu people would say I like big ship a like snoop Taco ship so I kind of understand which avenue to go with He created that how many guys were rapid was pulled is on the at the beginning. It was three of us and then there was there was former us. I mean I think only rap back then At student they go on the ever wrapped into songs. Okay and so later when I ended up getting my quibble started doing my own type of stuff But it's IT'S A it was A. It was the introduction from owning away by this. I want to do this. And I would sit there when he would be treating the beats and kind of looking at the way he would start from scratch and all the drum kit the keyboards the baseline and I would always think of my head like I. I could do that in I've I. I was listening to music since I was the kid when I used to have a lot of when I was a kid I would have problems going to sleep. So the do she would play music for me and I would rock myself to sleep really so I think from listening to music from the answer to that period has had so many ideas and baselines off I could make step baseline with that drunk kid correct. That's how I kind of want to see it in my head. And that's how I started. took reduce speeds right. You know what I like that you said that you said that's how I would see it in my ahead okay. I'll tell you why because I think I believe that people don't have to see the way I believe. Music is three dimensional. Not only do you hear it. Not only do you feel it but as a producer you see you see it when I created this. I wanted people. We'll talk to see a mix tape in there. You know what I'm saying. You see it you really you hit you hear it so I think I think that's one of the first Attitu- Knowing that you are a producer so hollow this group last on it didn't we alternately and that's about two years as we really didn't take it as serious as you would say like are doing album. It was just like when daylight studio tries out. Let's go do this. You know while heavy heavy as he does what he had that He would sit there and write raps. He bought a four track he actually however did not start it was he got a Qatar soon. Okay so he was working at our center and he started buying little pieces of equipment and he started setting up like a little lab in his in his In his garage. And that's how I learned how to make these off his equipment so he ought to go over there after school inches. Sit there and press keys in tap stuff until I am edges. I love the role from the beginning. I've always yeah. I always say like somebody that knows music or loves music. Either if you dance it you sing it. You produce reduce it if you have the the timing. You're going to be good at whatever you do if it's fits seeing if it's wrapping if it spray dancing if you have to have some type of beat cadaver rhythm if you a lot of people are not born with Rythm now you're absolutely right. You're absolutely right so now this group pretty much goals are always. Yeah Okay so you decided I'm using to keep doing ended. The I ended up by my first keyboard which was xp rolling rolling next piece. Sixty workstation it was like all in one okay and I ended up buying the keyboard and I just started being in pizza. albro started hanging beads on every day I would do five. Beats a day then says no partner beads. You know back then needs to save on floppy disks that would have stacks floppy disks would look anything you have to start somewhere around. What year would you say you got uric that keyboard? So only one workstation. It was about ninety seven ninety eight ninety seven ninety in. What was your next piece of equipment because I I mean I? I've been to your house and you had a lot of lean around. It's like a producer. We have allowed our toys. Lina rules to. What would you say would be your next piece of equipment? That'd be the the first piece of equipment that I actually bought was four-track task on it before about the keyboard because we want to drop lyrics. And so I think about the forest the the four-track Task Cam about the keyboard. In right after that I believe I want to say talk about. MTC Embassy two thousand. was that hard for you to learn the beginning. Yeah it was a little. It was a little troubling but I mean I mean after a while you sit there and play with I. We didn't have you to back then so it was harder to learn stuff and then I mean that's one thing today you don't learn know how to I use it. You could just youtube tutorial. It'll walk it through it. See that's the benefit. Okay This Day and age you know that we have Toriola. I mean we can talk to your fucking Ponce Google. You know fucking how do I use the you know the S B twelve or how the NBC. And it'll show you to Tokyo or or some back. Then you just turned bastard on you start banging away. That's it or you find out who knows how to use it and with that blend for you know door due to watch and see how do I save it. That's how it was as ever but I do believe the vaccine we created more because we found out you know shit on our wrong in our we have to. We have google. We have none of those days so either you have read about it or somebody that you knew about it or just learning it yourself. Exactly that back then not too. Many people did musing so it was hard to find people that especially somebody like me growing up in the hood. It was nobody else music besides me and my cousin hobby if I had a question and I have to go to his house ate and how do you do this. How you do that because he he will learn from the people? He was around at his job as we're or the people that he knew Not just that a lot of the times when you would ask people for advice or for questions. A lot of people really didn't WANNA help so it was it was it was is not that easy right now. You but you're a four track workstation if you will okay now now taking rapid serious correct actually. I started taking a serious when through through a like I said Boy Harvey I got introduced to Ellie Ellie. Nash he was one of the first famous rappers. As you could say that I met in because he had a videos on you know he had songs on the radio. Remember remember like when I met him. I was like Shit Bro. You know He had a song called my six four. There was real popular for me I've always been into the car the Laura Adams and cars and so it was a Dan Lewis. I know you like I was like sort of like wow like starstruck type shit so I was there with my we went to a studio session believe somewhere in La. And I had my keough with the headphones. And I'm sitting there with the keyboard banging while they're doing what they were doing. A Little Corner Kinda just doing my thing and he kind of walked up to me because I working almost cracking nausea wall. Making be you know so. Let me listen to the article Salim Given the headphones and he sat there. And let you did this. Yeah that's me don't as I manage your base Lancer your baselines are the ship on wall. Thank you and so I want to do some records from knowledgeable. That was cracking so at the time I didn't I didn't really have a studio owner. Have anything at all I had was that keyboard and I remember We around to a couple of studios from people that he knew and eventually ended up buying a A role in I think it was at the time it was at eighty. It was like little digital type of you you know. I don't know what you would call the hard drive. Hard disk recording. Yes I went straight from. I went straight into that learning how to record music. Combat bad thing just kept upgrading. As years went on to the big they came out with eight. Eighty twelve eighty six thousand eight hundred to your name came right now so that was the beginning. A hand believing in my music was actually the Osha in this could actually make beats and I mean for me I sit there and I go back here to some in some of those beats from back then up the keyboard in this Dan whack no but he he heard something so it was like when somebody. Here's something that just especially coming from a person with your light your I've already. I was already looking at home as they nats my six four you know like he had a video jio how he had tried. It was Oh shit now him asking you to do beach for him. Okay was that flattering human. Actually it was crazy. I remember went home when those couldn't believe about the old shit. I actually got a rapper that I'm gonNA work with missile. I think that's me. Being introduced to him is kind of a kind of put ramp on the back burner. Like I was tripping on being Robert. I'm where I was kind of more like a make some beats right. We'll make these beads and I remember the first time we recorded on the house. Where recorded on that? It'll for the Little Dash Cam for track. It was like he was would was cool but it was. He was really tripping. We had we had been warned to different students naked in my crib and we were recording on my bathroom and shit because they had a good acoustics. We have keyboarding bathroom with the with the task. Cam Dump the beat into the task record a verse. I that was like the first time I ever recorded for anybody you know and it was that was I. Can you believe rather who shit. I'm recording record. Somebody you know care soon after after that or how long after that I should ask. Did you start working on your project. I think that happened around when I met. Ellie Nash was probably ninety seven on them from there. We ended up he from him in Jerusalem to different people. I started getting more into studios. I seen. How the how the studio life was We ended up bum. You ended up. I got my first actually my first job. As as in a studio was I was a runner runner. Ver- of US studio called Studio fifty six off of Santa Monica. I don't even know if it still exists but Some ninety rat tone from sixties resident peas. He's the one that got us. Just the gummy the job. There and From there it was just I ended up meeting a producer named I think there's things rich rich blaze ladies and he came and taught me some things on the m. p. c. and that's when the Osha Embassy. He's the one time you had a lame sample connected to the keyboard you you can these too many analog and so I started learning a little more. On emits more people are mandated meeting someone the frisbee produced actually refer artist artist. Name a baby s okay. He's lives some besides Ellie national. They're artists that I worked and I got a chance to me at the studio because he was recording an album there at the time I think it was it was like it was signed rufus records so some of the first beats that I did was for a baby s and From there just trickle kit meeting more people people along the way at the start. You're actually recording. My album was like around. I want to say ninety nine okay so up until so then you're pretty much more of a producer producing beats okay which is making beats for people be by different artists that we run into just a CD. I was handing out. CDs with beats is to everybody. You name it and an before we get into you know who's everybody's for you ended up beats How how did you come out? You always refer to eh seven. I'm actually say the name because I went to my little tagger phase I went through. It was a a name that stuck with me like it. Just okay. We're named Juan went through when we were on. Dj's these to call me baby and then from there we went to. I don't remember what other than they used to call you. What a Biggie? biggie I was. I wasn't really at this big back then. I was a little smaller. That was one of the main thing just like just two friends that would call over and then once we seven stuck like around. I think in high school when I started to started calling. We seven tagging tagging. The little tag names had called seven so then the name just stuck again be seven. That's going to be my mm producing. That'd be my rapper named And it's from there to stuck bro and and when you started recording yourself doing beat reach for yourself and you began to let people listen to it. How was the feedback? You know what I you you know people listening to school and they'll be cool you know Sometimes some of them was I would always would it would stand out from a beat. Always the baselines okay. So he would always compromise. Asia eight days new baselines are dope. And I think that's what Cottam out of people's attention and I mean when I started recording my when I started actually recording album my first album I would record a verse. Leave a lot of empty spaces because I was always. I hated myself. Salvadoran they're going to drop version and I'll get TIRONA myself so then I want to get features that come in Philip spaces so my first apple had a lot of features on it. Okay now featured anybody that we may no. Yeah actually. My first album has had slow paint on their had little demon on there and James the barge on the album. And that's what I'm GonNa talk about when we come back Ah James the barge but anybody else that we may know I had MR G of lawless on album. I DON CISCO Roma Album have course Illinois national album. Of course I can't remember. What was the name of the album that the name Komo seventy seven many ways? Okay I remember. That was the one that I it. It's weird because I had more girls than you the album. They'll bring it up to meet the guys girls like that was my shit love. My who is that order will play me. A song who's is was been out to me wasn't your baselines and was it your beats it was your voice. That's what stood out to me and I'll be honest with you and after I see this we're GonNa go to a commercial but was I thought when I heard you you were black person. Okay now explained when I come back. But meanwhile we're GONNA go to a commercial when you take a ten minute break come back and I'm gonNA explain what I meant with what I said I actually thought it was black. Orange look like arena. Who I didn't know them at the time but like his voice I liked his lyrics and everything was Was Shit was pointing. He was created a street. Buzzed the talk. A little bit more about talk a little bit more about James the barge and what he's doing. Now what can we expect from seven so once again twenty five on the Super Chaff and you get four CDs at the value of forty bucks or you could buy a Maltin apiece at via download on on documentary dot com. But once again we'll be back. Johnny boy takes away ten minutes call. Somebody takes a body let a new seven is on the air once again everybody. Welcome to episode twenty five and without further ado which is going to go ahead and jump right into it back my boy seven from the city of Torrens harbor areas into building. Thank you for coming out We were talking about you. Dropped your first album. Seven million ways. is still available somewhere somehow. hardcopy hard copies I might have some are copies or someone storage and okay well at the end. Well I think your your your instagram is where people who can actually. Dm You get that so now you know what something interesting. Because I know for a while when I first met you I want to say was either two thousand five two thousand six. Yeah when I when I first met you to recipes Michael for Oxnard if I'm correct and he was from Santa Barbara Barbara Barbara. Yes and I remember. You told me I I looked up to you. Here's record yet your record Tony turntables. And that was that was actually. He's GonNa hit me up to actually do a mixed paper you we're GONNA make state. Yeah we did it makes you even still available or not but I think on Youtube and you can find on spotify a lot of stuff still onslaught. Yeah so well actually did a mixed tape for Boy Seven here but now how did you meet to Barch. Actually I met I met James the barge me and L. Nationalism on Crenshaw Boulevard Ashley. There was a record store at their at number part where we always nationally the people. There's we used to go in there all the time. Say what's up. Play some of the music working on and somebody came up to his. They're actually a you guys heard the barge and relate. It was up. You know all I got. That's my oh boy this and that night. He's the transfer for music. Is it for for studios now there are I. We were looking at whatever the number whatever call me whatever so oh he ended up giving us a call in yeah. Lincoln is up with James Aboard. And I'm actually me. And he became real. Good friends will know how close close over his worrying like well. How long will you guys like children working? You know I worked better for about. I want to say about three four years bro. Okay okay. How many songs do you total? You'll you'll record with him For his for his album that we will recording with him. I did about talk about eight to ten songs and then for me recorded you did like about buying about six seventy for me as well. Okay well you know when you are told me you had worked with them. I thought that was really really fucking dolman now of names from the other artists that you have possibly produced for uh or have been featured on your albums I know you mentioned slow pain. You mentioned Jeep and lawless. A The name was a couple that you work with or botany just produce for the produce for up on stuff for I've done stuff from Alabama's done stuff for Sinn Dog I've just I've done stuff for man. Stuff baby bash. I've done stuff WH- in the years of just recently throughout the throughout the years of done stuff with J. O.. Felony themself with I've been hustling law King Little G CAM Madison. There's a lot of rice bro. Is like you have a long list artist that you work with okay now. A yen's deal now on on the streets here harbor area. I would always hear disaffection before I met that you seventy seven doors to make us all beaches to own little story. We could drop their seven. Do that's what I would here. Okay and I'll be honest. You come from anywhere else. But it's a character city torrens. He's knocking down tracks. And I was curious to to know who that was and I remember one day I looked you up on your website. I saw you and I'm like okay. Essay Dude you know for the city of tolerance and low and behold a couple of weeks after that Michael. Michael Your homeboy gets a hold of me and I want you to do a mix tape or seven. What the fuck just hearing about this dude you know but might go? I guess we'll put meteor. would mix tapes games so I guess he wanted to do something for you. That's how we met. You came here. They actually came here. Yeah you're right. We came here actually. I already had. I'd knew about you as a producer the new a new budget as a as a as a DJ and he was actually the one. Did he found you on my space. Believe Yeah and he's like off. Do you need a fuck. It's only hey now is like whoa. I don't even know him when we from woman. I don't know that I know we've which way to find. You know I'm watching. We'll find him. And he found you on on my space Jason when they reached out to you and you know it's good dude I hear. What does the recipes to Mica and you know it was a pleasure meeting him the hanging out with him? Oh cool dude. Also now you took a first album. How soon after your second one come out? Actually I started. My company dropped the first album. And that's when I actually started Records when I when I first album and we're getting a distribution through the EMI Latin. Like in two thousand to two thousand and three okay and I think we dropped total of ten projects with them. Okay compilations weren't hogs in the game. I thought the album would sell capone on their another album with a throb off from Riverside which he goes by young now other companies. You called Kato Music. I'm trying to think of of another another artist's name big dice so we jumped a few different Projects to them through three and my land. Okay well and I'll audio with data or data distribution deal actually my partner at the time was Dj Zell Okay. Yeah so the he's That's how I may be Giacosa another partner in my back then in. He was actually the one that could be done with that deal. Well well well what does that's a lot of names of people that you work with. Now I will always wondered seven because I'm gonNA share a little story with you but I won't tell you who I showed it to. After I got a chance asked to know you and you gave me Acapella. 's You give me instrumentals D- And you gave me full songs so that I could do your mix tape. I know because I did it in here. I remember. I called a one of my friends. Okay and he's a black dude and and I told him And there's a little controversial but I think it needs to be talked about. I remember I said I want to sit down and I want to listen to this guy and he heard it. He was bobbing his head. The whole time. Okay you will like an who is this guy. It's my boy seven so I said okay. I'll keep mine. I just barely met you but I was digging your ship. And it was bobbing his head. The whole time. Who who is he? A seven the city of torrens. He didn't even know you Mexican. Okay so and then here comes your picture and I show it to him okay. Online line goes. Oh you mentioned. You've gotTA rubber. He stopped bobbing his head. It was almost like you being disappointed. Him Okay the I never understood that you know. 'cause talent is talent regardless of color. Okay if you're gifted and you've been blessed with talent colored it it doesn't even matter should just be music music music universal language. Okay I mean people. In Africa people in China love hip hop. They don't even understand the lyrics but to you know what I'm saying they'll go to show to support it and and I told them why would it bother you while that that he's a Mexican guy you know. And here's what he said. I understood it. I really didn't agree but I understood it. Okay he said this tone. You gotTA understand at. How am I going to sell this now? I I know that they had the same problem. Supposedly if you want the defiant ones they they had the same problem with Eminem. Here's a blonde haired guy with Blue Eyes. How are we going to sell it? And that's what that reminded me when he said how am I going to sell it. And that's what do you mean. Hi How are you going to sell it. And then he started Britain breaking it down from what hip hop started they never put images on twelve which covers it feels a pro biologist viljo profile cover it. It was just the white cover all black cover. Did they never put images. It wasn't until maybe the album came out. Then we'll see what the art just look like. He said today's all about image. This is black industry and I get that I understand okay but I I was trying to convince him to take a chance because he had connections because look at how many are you GonNa do. Oh okay from the West from the West Coast that HAP- that I've had a major record deals. We could probably count them it. We can on one hand. They're probably on one to start with one breast K.. ONE ABOUT CURRICULUM VIRGIN YET LT. This saying Brown had a record in one point beside to Cypress Hill. You know what the one of the biggest ones uh-huh Latin groups out there yeah funny things Who else had to be record deal regular but you but you see what I'm saying? It's like we never climbed that ladder. There was never a really any of those risk takers to be able to say. You know what I'm GONNA go ahead and sign them. I'm GonNa go and work with them. I'M GONNA go ahead and if you will up you know build him up if you will or or what do you call today Oh when they work on your image and artist development artist orders together. We don't have that anymore. Really what they do is to. How many would you got? How many likes to you get? How many of us do you have? How many subscribers do you have? Okay maybe we'll take a chance it. It's all changed man. I think this is bomb. Now it's got more of a freedom to be able to show expression music to millions of people writing it for the click of a button back there for us. Our grind was more streak Ryan. It was like we will get our CDs because they were physical and go to the swap meets and self in between one hundred I five hundred CDs and a day and that's the CD's took it out for me. What will help allow was? Because I've always been into the car scene so I used to do. The car shows the car. Sales were one of the biggest places where I promoted my music. And that's what's got me to go everywhere because so my my music from the beginning was always street. Music Car Music Music Moscow's music was my mild concept of when I started producer records was if I get bumped his in my car right is it's good for knocks on the car. It's good if the hook ins- US good because I used to sit there and we used to go buy CDs sometimes one song by go. Buy A hoe album spirit team boxing. Can you would get one song right. Sounds Ryan you win about the album from one song. So that's one was started producer my first album the settlement in ways album. That that's my concept was like okay if if I get if ten people buy my CD and they like one song off the album that one song is all shit. That's the shit that I'm good that I kinda idea my job. I got one song right. Forgot you with two or three then it was. Oh Shit. Don't even better for me right. But that's what the The thing about now is that people they want more than anything they want nowadays. Like you got people's attention for five minutes if you don't catch him in that five minutes. That video is not cracking at the songs the Beats Crack Lynch is GonNa skip on and go to the next one. Did you ever try to shop your stuff to a major record label. Actually you know what we did grow. Actually a stand shepherd actually helped me shot my record at one point okay I haven't met Standard Shepherd through actually through detrimental James the bars in them. And that's why I might. What's the helmets Dan We had a meeting one time. They believe Sony Red Sony. I believe with Sony Red and They told us the same thing you said. Is they listened to the record. They know they can't believe that it was in the records so they will now. Okay will you know if you were black with put your next to fifty cent ice cube. Dr Dre that Sir John. But you're not Islamic Mexican your Latin. So who's your market announced that were there's a bunch of dudes out there on the radio. Baby Bash Little Rob during their like. who kind of book? I mean it as Bro. It's like but it's the it's GonNa save like if our people didn't have towns the always whenever I would Play my music for people like you know. I never got really got a negative feedback. Often music was more off the image. It was more of the Dan kidding except the image with the music. Is it. Just your luck you were born Mexican. I love Mexican. I'm proud of it. I'm absolutely Nancy at the Y.. But you know what kind of booked up. It's kind of afflict up because we understand not anything wrong with this being obliged we understand it. We Lo- black music. We got a problem with that but to get our break into this spoken tough. It's hard and it was even harder back then. A bit of struck by lightning twice. Then fuck and get an a record cadeau today but I get it. I understand that that's why we all decided to go independent. Exactly you know make money. Fuck the record label move. And that's part of the reason why I decided that mean John to create this platform to give voice to give people shine because of sex or he indicating they wouldn't interview interview you know not means no disrespect w give up work. You know. Listen if you this representing view this rapper at the teachers that are there. Are there today you know they don't give a damn about you when I release. There's two months ago. I called up my so called buddies from these radio stations. Today's Katie Apropos. The I want to get an interview. I WANNA get ten million five minutes. Whatever nother won't even return my bucket phone calls pro and these Dr so-called Buddies people that I wouldn't industry longer that they have I didn't feel I ordered to me but I thought maybe just give it a little push because us here? I am my first time. I direct a documentary about West Coast hip hop here. We have two radio stations that are from the West Coast. They did it Kim so oh two west coast hip hop they where hip hop lives. I asked what hip hop died because in about less than ten years. I believe there's going to be extinct because we have our own voice voice now okay and I encourage people to start up their own. podcast start throwing youtube channels and play your own music. You know what I'm saying and if people want to buy it talk to you I have you come to my website. People When he went to buy my mix tape that come to my website? I want to be in control of everything. Now if a on Netflix or Amazon or a major record label wants to pick up this document gift because you passed on me to price can double you know. Of course you gotTA gotTa give yourself worth you mean at. The end of the day is with the wants to spend time doing the records when the wants to spend the money with the studio time with the ones that at the at the Denver days. Thank you gotTa love it to do it. Keep doing it right because there's really in reality nowadays is really not that much money music and it's just lying in March or your uh-huh you're doing shows so that's the only way to actually get paid right now from using. Okay you may not want to admit but I'm GonNa ask you this. The average song long on literacy when people say on all platforms okay. It Song is sold for one dollar. How much do you think the artists kits depending on the Depending on the kind of dealer the guy wanted to distributed the record if they did it themselves they're probably like seventy percent seventy percent. Okay now I'm GonNa tell you who told me this. Somebody from the music industry story whom I love and respect and I've been on for many many years. They said if artists upload his own music on all these platforms they probably we get about seven cents from the the dollar after a breakdown. Yeah seven cents not op starting to think why should so these platforms get your ninety three cents because right now. I think it's it's more of the hype to say all my music on spotify Miami's Exxon items uh-huh musician. Yeah that's where people streaming a not too many people are downloading music anymore. Everybody's a streaming. Everybody has to music for free now. Everybody got you to it. Also I That's the you'd have to find a way to compensate for the for the download. So that's what emerged comes in. That's it's where the the the shows come in doing as much as you can to promote your supermarket brand new music right right now I think nowadays music more of a promotional tool right. And there's not back to your record label hell applied okay. How did you come up with that name? Hello fine actually came from the chronic album hooker. They said Halide Think Swinging Magnum that as hell of five Johnston Selena looks at it. Stop me Bro. Says I heard that on the back in ninety one ninety two hours out of that the thing that the name there is like you know what I like that name when use it one day on something openness. I started doing when I started doing my production. It was televised music or as we started then they. When I put on my first album it became out of Fod records? Okay now I know today you have artists signed to your label on. I have artists that I work with. Okay I have artists. They're not necessarily signed to me. That's just a part of my team. Okay Kit Party team because I know we spoke if I'm correct You said he has some even Germany or actually I'm working with the wood was some artists in McCoy airfare. I got a slide out there. I got artist and Sheila succeed wasn't Sheila. I'm so I'm working with different cats Just trying to expand the brand expanded label Producing contracts for people. That's mainly right now. My focus to produce songs for people write songs I got been working on placements actually the last few years of places on on TV shows and stuff like that so so just trying to expand room. Okay Okay you have your own Youtube page where people can look look you yup. Yes seven's music of you go to Youtube seven's music as EV NS MCI K- okay okay. I'm pretty much everywhere. Okay I know you're you're INSTAGRAM's popping up so people can reach you there as well and you got video. You have songs you have everything that everybody can hear you because I encourage which people to go. Listen to your music because I think you are. One of those rare gems mandate at least a my opinion has never taken taken off and I think you should have because I think you do have that voice and I do believe you do have that production and it should have done something by now. Now my next question to you is this. Maybe you would be able to answer or maybe not. What do you think it is that you connell here from the west coast it has never ever risen to the stature of Snoop Dr Dre Henman or easy if you will what what do anything that is here in the West Coast. I think a lot of it has to do with support. I mean the support of eob is GonNa get your of the people to support as well you know so it's Majority of US artists. Don't have the budget to pay for it to compete with artists. Like to be on the radio. Twenty four seven to be on the major social. Everything costs money. So if you're not willing to invest in yourself Then it's not really going to go anywhere but if you have your people behind you supporting like you said the street buzz us. I mean you have the you have your city behind. You have the people around your sharing your music you have people like you putting those platforms and you get to that point. I think it's which is never really got have that opportunity because we always got shaken the box all they ran away to see it on on its skull. Rats don't like it or they don't they don't support was not from my neighborhood. He's now for my city. Eddie so I think those barriers is what holds us down a lot right instead of us being like Oh pretty dope news support it you know. Saving what else is like. We have to support each other as well as artists as produces give back. Give it to us. We gotta give that back as well wrong and you know if you ask me. I believe it has been hard for us because a lot of these major record labels back then never took a chance on us. No never did you know I know I received a record producer and DJ high. She the rapper. I get it. I will share them with Bobby d last week when he was here. How mean high-speed I can remember where possibly the first a man I'll just say maybe west coast? Maybe it was an east coast to when you had a black and Mexican on album cover the you know To today. Hey you know I I look with. Who is that guy that we could consider that Uganda's new district the DJ quick you know The people that did go in before US could've opened the doors for us but they didn't Jim. Now Yeah. Many of them got in and echoes the door behind them because they want all the spotlight to themselves. They wanted all the money to themselves. They wanted to take all the credit took themselves. See and I'm here seven to if I could open up a door. Look I'm getting older fucker rap but if I can to help you or help any independent artists further or accomplished more than I ever done that. I'm all for that so that you can do. Also also the next generation as well but there's there has to be more people than just me. Yeah that's exactly there has to be other platforms that people like. Even people like me you know that we have swindled so many people in the industry as well. We got to open the doors for the people for the next generation of people like maybe balanced people like their author grinding. They've been doing it for years to actually have a love and passion from using back then when when we were putting out records a lot of the artists that were back then they seen as lick nick like Oh shit I can put out an album. I'M GONNA put an album saw thousands of dozen copies and it was that Desert artists like myself that we I love News Brough even at my record sale where they don't sell. I'm GonNa keep records because I love music so it's like no matter. What is the seven up? Do Records for those ten fans because they still bumping open seven. There's still open records and that's why I keep doing what I do. I love music at the end of the day now. This may be wishful thinking. But I want us to take over this whole business deal and we are the majority rule and we had the number one of consumer up hip especially here in the West Coast if we are hypocrisy pops economy. Why can't we just take over his mother fucker? Paul and it's just a matter of if we had the chatter boy do anything I think a lot of these artists. I mean the Latin. 'cause I mean if you if you look at the the industry right now the Latin consumer is the biggest the biggest brawl period and also also I mean look at look at the the land genre by shop. I look at all that I was just at the grammys of like last month and do there was so many many people there brown that gives been I remember going to the first one that they had at the shrine and two now the for the habit at the MGM is like so many Latin artists South Latin producers Latin songwriters just think as Mexicans. I've never having that break yet. But there is a lot of rappers and Mexico. They're creating a lot of noise brothers. got millions of millions of us. So it's coming Bro. I do believe it's Kadewe. Believe that too because you know what tool the biggest Latina's in the world are halting the Super Bowl the Jaylo and Shahida yeah you know and I do believe we have a voice and that's what I wanNA create as more of a voice through to this is but you know what let's do it right just cannot release a bunch of bullshit over a blood as markets over overcrowded with a bunch of boys gotTa be good music so that people can actually take a serious you know so people that want to be considered Chicano rap more power to them but those are just want to be considered an artist. More power to them ample bowls and all I wanNA do seven just create a voice here a platform for people to speak. That's that's what I want. That's what I want to accomplish. You know why people were I ask them to come on this show. Why did tell us first of all because of nobody knows me a fucking asshole you know? I never burn my bridges with with anyone. A people have a problem. They call me on it. We Square things up. If I have a problem with someone they call me is square thing so and it's all good. We'll have a beer. We'll fucking shake hands chop it up. That's the way it should be. I don't go on social media. Say Fuck that lane. He's he's good. I don't do that here Bro. The you know what I'm saying. A We talk about it in a way we put it away and we go forward. I'm all. Oh Bob Piece Bro. I'm not trying to create any type of stripe here you know. But that's why people when you tell me. Yeah Man I'll come on your show now. Here's the other a problem on the other side. Is that some of these guys. They don't Richard Back to return back phone. Call return text messages messages under. Sometimes they'll even email tell me back on me or email me broke. My manager. Wants to talk to you liberal. I've been in this game a lot longer than you and I'm saying to you but to General I give him a longer and you and I work with a lot more bigwigs than you. Okay so if you're GONNA lower me down to a fucking email don't bother. You know what I'm saying. You should be able to call me if I give you my number by. I give you my address book and respect the red line. Yeah and I'm not trying to talk trash starship. I believe me. I'm not but I do feel disrespected would do that to me. You know I I I just WANNA be straddled. You know what I'm saying and again it's not the restored you just. In general we have a couple of God ticket a couple of cameos in movies. You you know they'll play a book and you know gang leader you know and then all of a sudden they're an actor you know really you know which Abi rated movie anyways different topic for a different show But you know what I'm talking about. So Uh what are you working on now seven. I know you have record label. I know you are with lt working corrupted of a video with the new not the Saint Record. It's called the same of is upon you to now. He's got a couple of songs that he's got coming out my redwoods uh-huh shutouts redwood. He's working on a few new projects new songs He's actually on my new album as well as Bay bounces on. The album. Dante anti-poison Neil album Got Kindle GM new album a big law slim. The mobster It was on. They've got a few few on album as I'm just trying to put out a good album bro. I know a lot of people really putting out albums anymore. everybody's it's a singles those driven market but to me. It's like I'm so used I'm I'm old school right arm. You still got three or four singles three or four videos. I'M GONNA do. I'm GonNa just keeping scooper on. They could use it hutch when eighty seven for mobile block. Yeah much love is respect to him because he was with a lot of chicano artists. Yeah he does you know an and I liked that about him now. When do we expect that to draw? Can people expect that to draw I'm guessing a by March more becoming out the okay by March and videos are on the works. 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8: The Power of a Thrift Wish List

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

43:54 min | 2 years ago

8: The Power of a Thrift Wish List

"Hi I'm Dina Hi. I'm Sheehan welcome to our new podcast. Hold on to re thrift produce ourselves. I I'm Shannon and I'm Dina you know that feeling when you score a great deal and want to share it with everyone you know that's how a thrift feels all the time were to treasure hunting friends who proudly replied accomplishments with thank you it was three pted far too often and the only thing we love more than hunting for thrifty gems is growing in connecting with a secondhand community. We're here to share our second hand life and style tips fines in stories. We hope you'll say awhile. Hey welcome back. Oh my goodness. It's happening already. I didn't even give her a warning that we were starting goodness okay. I'm ready ready. Let's do this. Have you been thrifty lately. Yes I was just editor store this past weekend holy crap. If you need a wedding dress get your but to thrift store right now. They're everywhere. They're beautiful to really yes. They're not like nineteen eighties. No they're like eighty. People are con-going it and they're just like get this out of my house not knocking ever use this again. I found the most beautiful wedding dress the other day that I was like if I could if I was getting married I'd be all over it yeah. I I love that idea. Will I saw you drifted yours on Ebay. Yes and I was on the hunt went for a gifted wedding dress forever but I just couldn't find what I was looking for. <hes> you know I don't know if I could donate my wedding dress have you. Oh Yeah I got rid of it right away really yeah I mean what do I need it for. I'm not gonNA wear it again. I can't do it yeah at least not at this point in my life but you've been married longer than I have my gosh I just realize I gave it to Alexis one of my good friends. Oh I love that you gave it away. I don't think she ended up using it but I remember <hes> giving it to her just in case and then telling her if you don't WanNa give it away. I don't care while that's really sweet yeah I couldn't. There's no way I could do that right now. Oh Yeah Oh my God I love your address. I'D WANNA keep it for gene just in case I just remember trying on my mom's wedding dress. When I was like in Middle School <hes> it was fun like we will take pictures yeah so there's just no weight's going to happen in the next like ten years? That's Hugh I remember we always dress up like play dress up mean my cousins and I'd always put on my aunt's wedding dress. I remember that visit a lot of fun to do that. It is fun okay so let's talk about yesterday because I invited diener sister Neri to my school and we had this self defense program threw rocks ruling our experiences is what it stands were and <hes> I just want to know how did you like it. We had so much fun good. I was expecting to go and just be like people feel punch the face destruction but I absolutely loved how it wasn't just all about physical self-defense about you know being physically attacked by a Predator or something like that it was more about just everyday life. I love the whole thing about your personal space. Yes and me and my sister. We're talking about it and we're just like we wish we had something like this. We were little girls to tell us like don't apologize for wanting your personal space. Don't apologize for telling someone you're sitting too close to me or I loved her example pullout when so and so comes up to you and you're sitting at your locker and he puts his hands on your shoulders. How do you tell him no right? I totally agree like when we were kids. We were thought to be passive and just like don't make a big deal the things even if people are up in your business like you don't have to turn it into drama you know when really was like our own personal rights like she kept saying like don't impede on my rights and <hes> <hes> I love that we're teaching that too young people. I wish like you said the we had it too and we were kids but at the same time I'm so thankful that we're getting it now on our thirties because I know women that are in their fifties that still are very passive and you know letting things happen that they really shouldn't or they should stand up for themselves and like we're learning to stand up for ourselves and I love that we're teaching it to you know there were fifth graders ninth graders and seniors there yesterday so it's like we're getting like all the age groups which is really great. I loved seeing the little girls elementary age like that so young and just even if they don't fully understand or grasp a lot of the things yet that they were saying at least they're exposed to it. At least they've heard it and then they and then when it makes sense to them at some point they can go back act to that time where they learned that lesson but you were saying like how like even as adults were passive. I mean yeah. I'd like to think that I'm like dismiss. Strong independent woman all the time and I'm not apologized for things that I shouldn't apologize for all the time you know I'm not as assertive. I'd like to be sometimes so I thought it was just great for everyone right. Sometimes it's easier to be passive to just like so you don't have to mess up your day but really like in the end. You're gonNA feel upset that you were passive. You're going to look back on and go. I wish I would have an instead. We're going to say you know what I stood up for myself and I think that's great yeah so Shannon. You're Iraq's facilitator right yeah. That's really yeah so if you don't have rocks at your school look them up there in Columbus Ohio <hes> they're going to all different states in the United States so it's not just Ohio I think they're independent but I think gosh were they in Washington or something there somewhere really far away and they were super pump. Did it start in Ohio Columbus Purpose Ohio <hes> oh that's really cool yeah so we'll link <hes> the information in the show notes for people to check it out and just at least read about it <hes> this kind of reminded me of something that my sister's sent me the other day I think you saw it on facebook or something like that and it was different things that you can say other than saying. I'm sorry so for example you could be like instead of saying. I'm so sorry I'm late to this meeting. You could say thank you for waiting for me. Yes thank you for your patience and I totally did it the other day. I was super late but it wasn't my fault. I legitimately could not find this office. I was going around in circles for like fifteen minutes so it wasn't really my fault. It wasn't like I was just like a jerk and was just rolled strolled in late typically. I would have been like I'm so sorry I'm late. I just walked in and I'm like thank you so much for your patience. I appreciate that you waited for me. Oh that's awesome yeah. I like texted my sister and I was like Oh my gosh. I just did it. I it was great. That's really cool and it's funny because it's like it seems so simple but you get down yourself. When you start telling people you're so sorry for all these things because then you start feeling guilty and it wasn't even your fault and and then also like you don't WanNa come in there with a story either because nobody cares right? Just tell them Blah Blah Blah. Sit Down then get going right like I'm already late. You already started like thank you for waiting for me. Let's just get this part yet. Yeah I love it so I'm GonNa try to find that graphic and see if there was any other they were any other suggestions on their to replace. Sorry with thank like you were sorry with something else. Okay and <hes> took yesterday at rocks. I said I was sorry and after I said I was like there was no reason for me to be sorry. I asked a question and she was like Oh. That's a great question. We're going to get back to that. We're going to get to that in a bit and I was like Oh. I'm sorry and then a Mike. I'M GONNA female empowerment class. I shouldn't be apologizing for asking a question right right <hes> but we're just it's our programmed. Don't bother anyone you know don't they also we're talking about <hes>. Take up more space. We are taught to take up his little spaces possible possible and I think that's another reason why when we like make gain some weight we're taking up more space and like we feel guilty immediately. This is just brutally honest as a bigger person. I cannot cross my legs and I hate it and I think pink. I think like Oh my God. I can't wait till I'm skinny enough to cross my legs and I'm just like why. Why do I need to cross my legs like I'm not comfortable but it's I'm taking up less space so it's like women are taught lots across their legs? Men are taught to lake you know man spread or whatever but like crossing legs makes a smaller crossing. OUR ARMS MAKES US smaller. You know like we're just trying. We're taught to just be as small as possible and then men can take up the world but like I'm not man man bashing or anything like that just what we've been taught and we don't have to teach that anymore I think's great and like for me the whole lake. Oh I can't wait till I can cross my legs only if I'm comfortable but like at like now looking back on unlike that silly why. Why did I ever want to do that to be smaller yeah? I don't know yeah that was a great program. Can I talk about the thrift. God's do you believe in them. Of course I do <hes> do they're like hooking me up and I kind of think that there is a gift God named Dina. I was not I did not see that come. I know but I'm serious like okay. There's a couple things things that I've done by myself but you've been surprising me with things that I want like Google. I'm very google I Meyer Thrift Algorithm. I think I think so dude okay so will for example like this is so let me tell you about DNA as a thrift God. I've been following on posh mark this girl that has this rainbow sweater right and it's like nineties looking it's white it has like a rainbow cross like the chest. What does Dina give me yesterday for my birthday the exact same thing? Only it's a Cardigan which makes it even better than the one that I was like hunting for like what I had no idea that you had that on your wishlist I really didn't we both rainbow right and I saw this. I'm like Oh yeah perfect birthday gift. I literally thought in that hot second that I opened it. Can she see what I'm hunting on. Posh mark like is there another little thing to hit that I didn't know about Oh like if it's public thing to see your with no I had no idea I wouldn't say that. I'm a thrift God we're just B._T._f.. B._T.. Up Best Thrift Friends for Oh my God eh that's it so l. said the thrift algorithm work in your favor remember when we were fifteen last weekend and Medina Oh yeah I've found those other shoes. They're like rain shoes that I've been hunting for on posh Mark Oh they had. Had <HES> new with tags. Yes new tags five dollars. I was GonNa pay twenty dollars on posh marked plus shipping unbelievable I know and then the other thing I mean it's you again so but you found me pirate those coal cool pirates cups the other day at the midway. Oh yeah those are cool. Those are still in my car I need to to you. I have to slam on my brakes on route eight. Oh and I heard them like fall off the back seat so you might oh me some money hoping for the best here but you know what I think this. This is the perfect transition Shannon to this week's episode because I think when you speak your thrift wishlists into existence things to start to appear like seriously I know we talk about thrift God's but it is almost like a thrift algorithm. It's like shipments coming. Let's rearrange store so it could pop up in like she can buy it seriously. I really do think that every time I think about something right at down put the digital wishlist or whatever in just a short amount of time I end up finding it at the thrift store whether it's on posh mark or at a regular thrift store on Ebay or something like that right or garage sale it always happens so last week we talked all about thrift spearation operation where to find it how to find it and how it can be a really really effective tool to help you become a more creative and efficient thriftier so the next natural step to that would be to talk about thrift wishlists which is is another really essential tool so there's a ton of stuff in thrift stores so it's really easy to feel overwhelmed and it's easy to buy things you don't need. It's easy to buy things just because they cost a dollar. You're getting better at that. I am so thrift wishlist really do help you cut through the clutter. Stay on task and I know we're joking. It doesn't really appear. It's because you were mindful of it like you had sought the inspiration you thought about it. You were very intentional about it. You put it on a list. It's kind of like then just it helps you cut through the clutter and then you just zero in on that particular thing I would argue like head. You Not really thought about it that much or had not sought that much cheaper inspiration beforehand. You may have just kind of glossed over for it. There's definitely the thrill of the hot wheel I wasn't even thinking about it and it just appeared but for the most part I think it is pretty strategic. I totally agree with you before I started making a list ice to seriously think that you're just like making it up. I feel like Dina just found this cute little pink piano but and she said it was on her list but I feel like she's just saying it was on her list on my God. What a juror such a jerk but I was just like a can't be this easy like your list? They're like expansive and and you always always finding these things and I'm like how is she possibly finding all these things. It doesn't make any sense while now you know I know this lift guide so for example. I love how you're mad at me a little. I'm slightly offended that you thought I was was lying for the last like over years no for example those pirates cups that you told me he really wanted okay. I would have never even thought twice about them like I'm not really into pirates as much as you are and you talked about them. You describe them. You said hey there on my thrift wishlist and so I was like able to kind of seek inspiration based on the photo that you sat me and then I put it on my B._T._f.. Thrift wishlist my best friend forever thrifty with and maybe for and so I put it on my best thrift forever friend whatever thrift wish list I want. Are you taking me off that list now. Take you out of in my life period anyway so now that you believe me that thrift wishlists actually work but the thing is thrift wishlists half to work with thrift's Parisian like thrift spray Shin comes i. I'm I'm really inspired by rainbows right now. I really WanNa Rainbow Sweater and I WANNA wear this way so you get that thrift spray should I this next logical. Step is to put it on your thrift wishlist and then you're just like on high alert. You know what I mean looking for of those things yeah. That's so true so let's talk a little bit about how to make these lists okay. We talked about this early in the season. So how do you make your less now that you finally accepted that they work. I have one that I'm keeping in my phone digitally. When I remember to write things down <hes> I have one kind of running through my head and then lately I've been screen shotting things so when Amazon and target our advertising to me while I'm scrolling through instagram? I'm I'm taking screech is you can create a folder on your phone. ooh That's a good idea like thrift wishlists saw and it's just like a bunch of screen shots of things that you really want yeah. That's a great idea. 'cause I've been like I've been screen shotting like really cute living rooms but then I've also windscreen shouting like the other day target advertises green skirt to me but I'm like I can find that thrift store. Thank you target so Shannon Your House hunting right now yeah just so much fine I know and this is the ultimate time to start making lists. Oh Yeah Yeah because you're GONNA get S- overwhelmed with all the things that you want or need or actually have and then so I I remember when we moved in. I was like back on Pinterest hard as I needed to get it organized <hes> because then you'll we like Oh. I have in mind that I WANNA blue living room and then you see something that's like hot pink and then you just go down this rabbit hole so this is the perfect time to start making lists on your phone like it's a or like albums in your phone so you can separate them uh-huh yeah I don't I don't separate anything. I just have everything under one camera the camera roller yeah but that's a great idea because I do. I get bombarded with information that I get overwhelmed Yemen. Sometimes the photos get lost like if you have a lot of photos in your role. It's just easier when you're thrifty. Did you just go boop boop. Look right away. Click on click on the album the I'm super pumped because once we do have the house I know many more furniture yet by truck here we go. This is totally defeating the purpose missile of have a thrifty lifestyle. Dan has attract you can borrow it okay. That's a good idea yeah zone just like I'm going to be able to buy chairs again. I'm so excited like actually have room for all the crazy that I wanNA bring into the house low anytime. I'm your girl for that. All I know the UNICEF Wilson's are there for you because I fully support like when you find a chair at goodwill and you need to take it home. I totally understand what that's like good. I'm so excited <hes> so yeah that's a great point however you like to to make lists <hes> digitally in your head on Pinterest. Sometimes I'll use my Amazon wishlists as kind of like a visual list of things that I really want but as long as you do something to to help you stay on track and not feel overwhelmed especially during these busy times really essential to keep a list and and to refer back to it and like how you prioritize the items on their disease just figure out what makes sense for you your family your life the actual things you're buying so look I talked about early in the season. How I kind of separate my listen to three categories of things that I really need now that I will give myself like what if I don't find it after three tries? I'm probably going to go to a retail store and then the second section is like I'm willing to wait a little bit longer to defined this thing and then the third section is I will wait forever to find it at the thrift store so that's just kind of how I like to categorize my list. Let's say you're a reseller. Your reseller list is going to look completely different than my family thrift wishlist. Maybe maybe as a reseller. You're gonNA prioritize by brands. <hes> another example is like say you have kids. I would categorize kids thrift wishlist based on things like what's their size. GonNa be this fall when they go back to school I could do by size or by child old or whatever that that looks like you could even take it a step further Shannon and create lists of things that you won't thrift as a reminder not to thrift them to save money. That's kind of how I am with homegoods anymore. It's it's like something that I love looking at a love going through and seeing like old you know vintage kind of things but then I bring them home and I don't have room for them so maybe in the future I can do it again but right now. It's a bad idea for me to bring any of that kind of stuff home so what something you would put on your not to thrift list mugs. We have a billion mugs and I love him. I'd go by ten more right now. I love them but it's like. I need that lake. Give me a break. I I have a box in the basement that I'm not willing to give away but like come on like my cabinet upstairs is full mugs and I have boxes in the basement full mugs Gimme break. What do I need another Mug yeah but then the other day did you buy that Mug the gap one washer like I was going to tell you to buy it for warning? If you didn't buy cool it was twenty five cents exactly twenty five cents but then take out room in your in your covered. I'm yeah mugs mugs. Get me to Gorky Fun Weird mugs yeah. What about you one? I'm that comes to mind right now. Just because I've been reselling like crazy lately is <hes> look loft doesn't really sell for me that well or if it does. It sells for like really cheap because I think there's just so much loft everywhere but I'm attracted attracted to the pieces yet. They're always cute unclassy so I ended up buying them. I think they're just like clean and sophisticated and then I ended up selling it for like ten dollars. My thought was not worth the time or space in my house yeah that makes sense so that's kind of on my not thrift list yeah but let's flip that and talk about something more exciting and let's talk about what's actually honor thrift wishlist right now. I think it's so fun to hear what is on other people's lists because it inspires me to think of things that I would have never thought of before and sharing your thrift wishlist with your B._T._f.. Like we talked about earlier. It really helps it helps because then they can keep an eye out for you the way that we keep an eye out for each other all the time right but we're forever send each other snaps of like. Do you want these shoes Tommy right now not to walk out then Mo me by the time I get home videos like pay me back. I don't want it in the form of a lot yeah. We're such jerks. You know another really cool way to open this up into here from what other people have on their list. If you belong to any thrift facebook group I belong to so many <hes> and a lot of times these facebook groups will share what's on their list and I love it. Mike always browsing through it to see what other people are shopping for because I'm like Oh yeah I could really look. I could really use something like that. That's really cool. So what are your top three things in. Your thrift wishlist right now <hes> anything with rainbows ooh both for myself and for gene loving this trend for spring. It's fun. It's colorful. I wrote down incest best trend but what I meant was insect travel. I got you just freaked me out. Really I'm reading my notes. I'm like incest trend okay. Oh my God I love anything with insects on it like bees all aw like your necklace like my necklace. B.'s firefly's ladybugs less but has to be like embellish <hes> so like a sweater with like a embellished beyond it totally all about that for spraying wait for you or Janine. Both I like that that makes me happy and I am really really on the hot for a grand piano for gene. Okay we talked about this in person and before I found two of them was not in good shape the second one I couldn't make it out to that thrift store and time it was too far away so I have hoped that will find a third. What exactly is a toddler grand piano? It's so extra existed. I didn't either till I had a kid and I was browsing on Amazon because I was desperately looking for a piano or keyboard. That didn't have a fisher price soundtrack. Oh Yeah I bet oh my gosh I just need a break from that and I kind of like her height that she can stand and just bang on it and then when she gets a little bit older she can actually sit down and play it. That's really cute yeah so I. I'm hopeful that I I'm pretty sure I'll find another one especially with yard sales coming up up like springtime. You'll probably find one. Oh Man. Could you have a end time that you'll buy it retail great question. I'd really like one by the summer okay okay so then unlike ended June. If you haven't found yet I'll give myself till the end of summer like after we've made our rounds through all the garage sales in yard sales than if I still can't find one. I'll use a gift card because I have a bunch of Amazon gift cards that I'm GonNa you all save him for that hoarder. I you do hard my gift cards. I wish I adored my gift cards. If they didn't have expiration dates I would horrid them forever. Why does us with free money because I'd like to see them for like the most desperate moment? Oh that's that's smart. That's my strategy. That's why a horde them yeah. That's really smart. I need to copy you and okay. This was on my list but I just want to say that I found it remember. We found to jump suits last week yes so I had a jumpsuit on my list. Unfortunately they did not fit me properly eh so I ended up <hes> selling one of them who but I am just really happy because jumpsuits are the thought like a common thing to find every day right your store so we found not one but to yeah. You got so excited. That was fun yeah yeah what about you. What's on your list right? Now on. My list are Maxi skirts. I'm trying to learn that whole thing where you pull them up real high within they look so cute and professional because the one you recently bought me is so cute and comfortable that I felt like really professional professional and fun so I'm looking for more of those. Also I'm looking for <hes> wardrobe kind of like a mobile wardrobe. Yeah we kept calling it a garment rat yeah yeah but like I found one that I really wanted on Amazon and I was like what Dina told me I could find one of these so I'm just going to keep it on my forever list. <hes> I'm not going to purchase one unless in the future in my new house I need one but I doubt it <hes> but it just had cute little cubbies and like a space to like hang up your clothes and just really liked the idea of having one to plan my clothes for the week. I love that idea. I was wondering why you wanted yeah yeah. That's why because it's just like when I plan close for the week I just throw them on a chair. Her and I was like if I had a cute little garment wreck like or I mean I hang like I just I go. I'm just really sloppy and I'd like to not be sloppy anymore. I didn't even know you plan you outfits for the week I try to as it just makes my morning. Though so much faster oh can sit and drink coffee longer and for the whole week I do like every two days really Shinhan. I love this idea of having a wardrobe rack to do that really creative. I kept thinking like why does she keep. Why does she want one? What a waste of Space Eh yeah that makes perfect Sanya well? If all else fails you could always do just a standard garment right yeah yeah yeah. The one I saw was so well. This is what was getting me. They had acute plant in it and I was like oh I can put a cute plant in it okay. That's why maybe shoes get Outta here with the plant. I know I know but it was like come on. I want the plant yeah I found a wardrobe but it wasn't like this big fancy thing but it was like a rack with like some extra storage space at state road road <hes> probably in the fall. I'm GonNa go through my old photos and send you a picture. I have a picture of it. ooh Yeah. I WANNA see because you've been telling me about it and I was trying to picture it but you know what you can find those garage sales. Oh Yeah I'm really hoping for it. That's like something I'm GonNa look for for. The summer elderly called it a forever list yeah yeah because it's not important really and so. It's like that third tier yes yeah I don't WanNa pay like retail for it and then <hes> my other thing our shoes. I'm always looking for shoes always looking for fun like loud shoes but then I'm also always looking for black flats as well and then last week in the episode you added a Shoe Cubby to your list. Remember do need one of those yeah so now you can kind of seek some thrift's vibration Gratien to see the kind that you would want 'cause. There's a whole bunch of different kinds. There's some that have like a bench at the top and then shoe cubbies at the bottom or you can get like a standard just square rectangle cubby so you can kind of think about the kinds that you want for the space in your house yeah yeah. That's something drives me crazy about our apartment. We have shoes everywhere yeah. I just want them to be more organized. <hes> okay cool list all right so I will add all of those things that you just said to my be B._T._f.. List Lasso aw and I'll steam. I'll keep an eye out for you. Okay good stuff. Here's what I would say about thrift wishlists before we transitioned to the next part of this episode think of a Thrift wishlists as your thrift compass thrift campus so it's kind of Latin of we are I mean how smart is Latin us. Don't myself so yeah. They're Kinda like Jeff Thrift casses. Is that what you said thrift campus your thrift wishlist is your thrift Capiz and it helps direct you where to go at the thrift store I mean really that's the perfect way to think of it. <hes> I like your guide through the thrift store four. I totally agree with you so let's shift gears and talk about something I was thinking about the other day. <hes> you know that one of my biggest tips and it's proven to be very effective for me is to switch up your routine at the thrift store <hes> so that means that were creatures of habit so we tend to go through the same kind of motions at the thrift store we started shoes in the we go to dresses or whatever your thrift strategy is at the store but I always always tell people especially if you're new to thrift Dang is every time you go try to switch it up. Instead of starting at shoes go start at the housewares or whatever just to kind of expose yourself to like new territory right however I was walking around goodwill the other day and I was in the top section section and clearly I love to buy tops by a lot of taps from goodwill but I was like Oh my God. I'm still boredom so boredom so boredom so bored in the top. Yes wow I'm surprised and it hit me and I was like Oh my God. I'm forever board in the top section what I'm so confused. You're forever board in a section that you purchase a lot of things from I purchase them doesn't mean that I don't buy them but I'm not having fun searching for the okay interesting and it's just not the same exhilarating feeling that I feel safe for example when I'm in the shoe section yeah like I always feel exhilerated when I'm shopping in the shoes into and then I go to tops and I'm like okay unify by something today. I'm a orange separate so boring unless you find something that's like read like totally like added this world I think of your tops when I think of <hes> that yellows long sweater you have yet guys that you were exhilerated. When you found there I I was but before that I was like this is so boring right now so I thought let's keep it real today and talk about the sections that are total snooze fest for us even if we ended up buying things from there and even if we ended up buying things that we love from these sections? Let's just talk about some of the areas where you're just like snooze fast totally <hes> and I think it's fun because it's some of them can be totally relatable and some of them. I'm like no way man. You're out of your mind. That is the most fun that's like an amusement park for me kind of music all right so start with what's what's on your list anything in the cases <hes> but then I get foam oh for the people that found really cool stuff in cases like I hate onto the cases because you have to wait Khalidi to pull something out for you or to pull something from behind and she's working the cashier and she's working. You know look and make sure you're not trying to steal the junk that she showing you. I hate it but then people will be like book would like you will be like book when I found in the cases and Matang it. I never look in the cases. You are such an impatient thriftier. Oh my God what I'm with you. I'm with you. The most awkward part is that they stand there while you're looking at no and it's like it'll be like a pile of garbage and you're like sifting eating through it trying to find a diamond. No the people like trying to like 'cause it's a process especially the stuff. That's in the case more expensive yeah so you're like Oh. I really need to think about whether I want to spend the money on us so and you're like okay. I need to send a picture to Dina. I need sent a picture to my sister. I need to look up the COMP value on Ebay and they're just standing there like you're GonNa get it on your back up thinking about it. I hate it like don't judge me right now lady. He's like an older lady but you know the stuff in there at least in our area is not that exciting no typically. It's not I get super depressed because I remember when I was young. I used to go crazy for the cases. As I used to stand there all day when I was a high school thriftier but that's what I was like trying to wear a ring on every finger to tying all these like sterling silver like Dolphin yes and other Dauphin Yes oh God cute you would say as of late. One of the coolest things I found in the display case was a vinyl record of the first episode of S._N._l.. Oh I remember. I didn't you've edited display case five dollars. The display gays Dang that's pretty cool yeah and it's just a live recording of that episode that really that is cool one area so already talked about tops being total snooze fast not just long-sleeved tops also tank tops so boring so boring to me <hes> but the second one on my list is athletic wear yeah. It's so boring to me. I would never like for the most part Melissa I'm looking for something very specific really WanNa look at any of that stuff. You're right and some resellers make tons of money off athletic wear. I just just does not excite me at all for me. Jeans and Pants Snooze Fest Yeah. I have such a hard time. I roll through it really fast. I'm always just like probably GONNA FIT PROBABLY NOT GONNA fit. This looks alright oats worn out or it's worn out black color. You know so you know why I hate it because there's so many genes are one of the typically used to share in. My thrift classes at goodwill was if I'm shopping for jeans. That's the only thing all thrift that day. Oh only do jeans. That's a good idea because I will if I'm serious about it because I found some really nice jeans at the thrift store lying over the years. Here's some gems so I know there's good stuff there but it is boring and it's just too much stuff so I will go and I will only hit the gene rack. That's really smart because anytime I start to look I'll be like Shannon. You can do this and then like five parent. I'm like no. I can't and I walk away. Yeah I will also do that with work pants like lack pants if that's what I'm shopping for that day because every single payer black pants looks exactly the same on the Rack Yup. I'm like this is the only thing I'm shopping for today. Another tip I have for that is that I don't pull every single pair of jeans. I just touch touch us just as such all the way down oh good idea that's how I found every single pair of designer jeans I've ever lifted because their quality quality. You can just tell I don't care if you never shocked a brand name before in your life you know what quality feels like in the palm of your hand Nice job in one area at the thrift store that bores me to death electronics so I don't feel that way. That's funny God. It's so boring Shin. Oh everything looks the same. There's like a ninety percent. Chance is going to burn my house down through. I don't wanted like sit there and testings yeah. But what kind of electronics are you buying. I don't know like remember I told you before I bought the espresso machine didn't work right but I love going to look at stuff because you never snowflake somebody just got rid of. I don't know V._H._S. player. You never know I mean unless you're GonNa flip that thing on ebay which do people even by V._H._S. players anymore no idea but I was looking at some really sweet V._H._S. tapes yesterday. Let me tell you was the gorilla no Anagram Gable. Oh that's fine right. Oh my governor was young. I would love to have this <hes>. I don't know I just like looking to see like yesterday. You know what I saw electronics a pizza oven and and I tried to get Brian to buy it doesn't interest me at all. I thought it was so cool yeah that doesn't interest me also because I'm not really like a big kitchen electronic gadget person okay. I am yeah like you have every kitchen gadget there is I'm a crock pot cool done. I never got into the instant pot and never got into the rice makers none of that stuff bread-makers too much clutter. There are so many bread-makers always older. He's faithful. It's pretty funny like if I yesterday there was a nice look in cuisinart bread maker those abroad which should get that and he's like Oh yeah they'll be real good for your your night inbred yeah no no. I'm not into it so funny so like you know what happens is like I'll be an athletic clinic where for example and I'm not so four towards aboard boring boring boring and then I get like anxious like Oh my God I could be spending my time looking through shoes or I could be spending my time looking at coats and I'm like this is just not a good use of my time at the thrift store that make sense yeah but with that sad I do think it's important to branch out and look at other areas and I will continue to look at these places but man like quickly. You'll run through it so bored. Eh One change for me. Recently in this is of course due to <hes> thrift Gardena is that I prefer thrift algorithm does open in the year two thousand nineteen. I think I'd rather be the in Algorithm. Oh my God one thing. I loved the thrift now that was so boring to me before toys yes so much fun especially now that I'm trying to thrift everything <hes> like thrifts and things like that I'm finding so so many fun things and especially that like you let me know that it was okay to like by stuffed animals because before I just be like ooh Ah Boola and now I'm like no dean acidic a watch this stuff and it was bringing home home. Wash it took Dina's like word as Gospel like yeah I mean you can do whatever you want but like you're clean person and I know you wouldn't do anything that was gross. You know what I mean like. Some just like washes stuffed animals in has these adorable little cute substanti- dollar I can do this to and be like boom gift. I'm with you about the toys I I didn't find the toys like total snooze fest in the past but I looked quickly walk through him for my niece and nephew but I'm like like all up in the twice action now to <hes>. I like that you like them. Even though you don't have a kid that's cool. It's so much fun yeah and so. Can I show you. I was surprised you Oh yes speaking of toys. I was editor store last night in the toy section actually actually reward you salvation army what I got Brian to go with me somehow which one <hes> Feron we're looking at houses like otas Soviet army with me okay so me I was kind of grumpy. I was tired. I'm just like like walking around kind of blind and then Brian comes over to me and he's like did you see was in the toys and I was like when he showed me. I felt like the worst after in America because I can't. I believe I missed it here. You go to my God. Oh my God oh my God. Oh my God him I got it is an entire collection of classic trolls. They can you believe I missed. All all of those like they were lined up in Brian was like Shannon. Did you buy all of them. No I just bought a couple of them which ones <hes> one. I can't tell you why because it's hidden in your house. Oh my God side you had the time to hide it in the the five minutes that you walk through the door and came in the office. Maybe how much were they two dollars a piece. Which one did you buy? Let me show you brought. It can show it to you. I'm so overwhelmed by the freaked out. I'm glad Ryan was with me. I didn't need all of them. I'M GONNA go back tomorrow by them. If they're still there that she bought you basically bought Jane Fonda. Jane Fonda troll weird little naked L. troll. Isn't it amazing. Oh my God this this cute little buddy. I know I died. I couldn't leave that one there. Why would these ever all? I don't know are amazing dollars a piece yeah. This one was Alina eight cents because he's a little guy yeah. I had a really hard time not buying all of them. I'M GONNA go get <hes> okay <hes>. I put them in jeans room. Isn't that fun. This is honestly Shannon. The best refined so far this near the best refined in America. I couldn't believe number one I straight up walk past them. Number two had my grumpy husband with me and did not want to be in that their store at all and he's the one that found those on the found him because he was hanging on the twice forever because he was bored. How many how many trolls are in this picture one twelve but that's my guest? Are these all of them yeah so there's there's nothing left on the shelf no nothing on the shelf. Wow I know like my chest hurts right now that I didn't buy them all that you found them like I never see these kind of trolls at the thrift store you always see like the new ones <hes> these are like taking me back to Dina in like nineteen ninety-two yeah don't ever delete this picture. I know it's so much fun. <hes> I have a present for you who we let me see my refined and then I'll show you while you're getting president. Okay okay so this is just like so much fun. It's a pepper mill. Isn't it a door. This is mine. Don't try to take it. Oh this is yeah. This is really cool Shannon. It's a pair and it's green and it's a pepper mill yet so much fun. I love this. This is really cute. This is a really cute kitchen accessory so because I have that I need to give view my old pepper mel because you don't have one right. Do you do but it's not a pair I know but it's like a just a traditional. I feel like this one's corey with you. I thought you'd like yeah and then it's it's. It's fun time now. Oh she's looking the we're GONNA put it on the death. This is sweet. You sure you don't want this. No I don't want it yeah. We I mean yeah. We're good really thousand. Percent wouldn't give this away. I don't want some giving it to you. Thank you well. I have a troll in my house that I need to go. Find better find it. I guess that's how will be spending my day. That sounds like fine. Thanks for listening everyone. We'll see you in a couple of weeks. 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MR. JUNEBUG & HYPNOTIC - EPISODE 76 - ROADIUM RADIO - TONY VISION - HOSTED BY TONY A.

"You'll call somebody. Take somebody, slap the shit out of somebody. Let them know that Rodeo radio's live open this. Doctor, he's been full of. Got Say. This down with us the. He's down with. The. Obvious down with US Arabian French. You know he's down with. Sony with the is down with us. Jj Banks is down with. Zero. Down with us. Jason Boys Down with. SCIATICA. The down with bus boy. He's down with US allies commission. Two, broadcom son, but the from the Rhody Monday. And by the way, also down, what the way your Steve! Down with. At bulky tapes. It is a must win. Welcome back everybody to Rodeo episode seventy six, and before I introduce my special guest. I got some special announcements. Couple of days ago I had Maria Aquila in here and we have such a great time. She actually left us some music. And what I'm GonNa do it for those of you. That are interested in. If you're not interested, don't cry about it. 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For mixed tapes that I did for Steve The swap and the other four that Dr Dre did and you got which was the or if you want to know, which ones the are quite a documentary, dot, com, and there you can place your order for thirty and. High. See Album that I re issued. You can get that as will. Other than that. We're going to go ahead and jump right back into it. What to do. Please allow me to introduce Mr Jim Book. Are you doing pretty telling you how you doing. I'm doing good. Man is what battling this heat, because it's a book and hot and you know over the weekend I was in Denver, Colorado and we were battling one hundred and three, hundred and four hundred and two weather, and here's probably like eighty five, and so we're so spoiled here in California that we cry over anything you know so, but it's all good you know, and it kind of sucks because you kind even go to the beach because they close it down again. Our governor decided to even the JEN's I can't even go to the gym anymore us. Let me, start by asking you. What's one thing that you miss it? You can't do no more because of this whole pandemic thing. I'm going to Redondo Beach Man's less power it. There Moses I miss going to the beach. This is a place I went to always you know growing up is. that SPA managers, even even having some Michel. Las Quote on is whatever just truly insufficient chilling, just enjoying the weather. You know what I mean yeah. Park the beach now and I would run to the pier, I run back to miles two miles back, so that's how I came cardio. But. You can't do this. You know more. Also complaining about is but oh well. Other than that I know it's Wednesday, but how was your weekend? Man I know we can't really do too much better. It. Oh My weakness girl, my kids. You know just pretty much just watching movies relaxing the. I love to barbecue someone with barbecue with his Scott. NASA awesome barbecue ribs. Headed somewhere that lows just chilling just trying to. Especially what was going on right now is is kind of hard to do anything you don't rely on my damn like I'm really like I'm ready to do something because I'm tired of being now you know what I mean besides that Madge, just relaxing and just ray music here and there just turn around trying to stay, saying because it's crazy out there right now it is, it is. It is a lot of negativity out there as far as because whole pandemic. A lot of people off. You know one thing that California has. Had the highest suicide rate supposedly because of this pandemic. In Arctic that's kind of. Pretty crazy, but you know what. Switching gears a little bit. You said you watch movies or you catching up stuff on TV. What would you like to watch man? While right now, I'm always like I'm always trying to find a way to make a dollar hooker with as. I'm not much of a guy now. Don't get me wrong I'll watch movies. But always for time money. That's just that's just. My mentality is crazy whether it's music or there's working with the same busy was. Whatever it is of Sean mccan on his dollar. You know what I mean so. That's pretty much about it. Man Just productive saint, productive man I just can't be there just doing nothing Khokar. Can't I'm I'm not really a a homebody I'm more like gotta get out. You know what the same way like I really. I really try to stay productive and wanting. I'll tell you before. Before we went live at eventually me and my team. We're going to start up a different podcast. Different other subjects I don't want to let people know yet exactly what we're going to be talking about, but believe me. There's a huge market alter fort while we wanna do and eventually what I wanna do I just want. PODCAST and just been. That's what I WANNA do. We were talking about you know. How much would I charge for a Beep de I mean? I'll get back to you on that, but as of right now I. Just WanNa podcast and I just want to. Say just a feeling. That's what I WANNA do. But now me personally I. Like Watch every once in a while especially when I come home late. But can have a couple of beers I turn on. The TV has been netflix's. You know so I watch her a bunch of movies on there, but you say you're not much of a movie. Going in all. You don't like especially right now is like that's pretty much. All. We can do if you can't really get out there. Sean one show is called Ozark on I've seen that one. No, everybody's telling me about a man is really good. Man is is crazy. Haven't even finished it. because I'm always caught up trying to. Do something in the garage, and just like stay busy doing something else, but when I'm in the bedroom, turn it on. Just get stuck. Pretty I can't tell you i. want you to watch them as good as watch ozark on on effluence. Okay, let me ask you a goofiest question What was your last TV show that you were hooked on like? 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There was ordered. anyways other than that man. Next thing you have a Barbeque, commend. Maybe you're considering inviting us all of us for sure. Oh Canada, having download kindness I I like shrimp. All of this shit. anyways other than Batman men. Metrics will what did you grow up? What as a kid, growing up I'm finished foam from from Torres Harbor Aj. was born towards more hospital. Okay me, too tore took more right on. I was born there leader for few years, and we did a lot of moving around especially at their. My mind got killed from gang banging. He got killed at age nineteen. Here so But yeah. We did a lot more moon around the after that from from TORSO ONA McKinley elementary in Compton. Then to Lynnwood then moved to southgate. Lakewood. Now in the empire now riverside. Did I did a Lotta can't really say I just grew up in one spot. Growing up but. It's pretty much my back right there. You know what I mean. You got a lot of brothers and sisters. Man got a big family. Oh yes, who have a big family for real big family? Okay? How many? How many? shit some of these my fingers. Let's say like steaks. Too many too many, but I mean from from. Shared Ma'am my family background is big poker. Christmas! Who Time, but not in order to present. Into same so. Just, just hugging, that's about it. You know what I mean I don't even get a dirty look. So. Funny 'cause for a while every year I was blowing and it's probably not a lot for a long. was blown up three thousand dollars in gifts for everybody. Like don't get this part of this bears this pretty. We would of people's houses and dispersion and her and I never got into. It was funny when I was working Pretty much. Besides my music working at the refinery, here are very working Exxon Mobil. Often up slay here, so everybody knew of making the box you know. Like Santa Claus you know when Christmas came around. The said man I was like why. Did you graduate. when I? Ask Warmer Valley rental there too high school. House with. Playing sports growing up. None high school on the streets about. Ghetto. Baseball Baseball's my favorite sport. Baseball my favorite. I mean I love football baseball like diehard dodger fan. That's my team right there. You know what I saw this US angels on! WHO's that? WHO's fourteen football team right now? I'm trying to get killed because they. They just got a new home. This and that I'm trying to get a love football. The no matter what I love watching it. But is Martine Oka- A. Raiders I was holding my breath. These? Could can be friends anymore, but now I'm a cowboys fan. Bro, I know, everybody's out. There poked cowgirls I get it on me. Whatever Las Vegas Rangers anyways other than that. Play any instruments growing up. an estimates, but I mean beats. May Be begging today's. Trading Corrigan. And I love that that machine because there was a workstation. Pretty much program everything you know for the drums guitar, and just Kinda like all Lou bidden put it together. As a matter of fact, I did my pretty much almost my whole album on that keyboard alone. nope, myself, okay, let's back up a little bit. Okay you had the Triton. That's what you're. The Right Detroit and At what point what keepers or production or you're rapping rapping? Okay? When did that start? Who's that for you? one of my uncles Gonzalo Menendez. smokey! He grew up in back in the days and he's. He's a novel now I'm aware I'll. I'll tell you the story. The of the music was. He come home. He's orchestras. There's he's you know he's come. Stay the night with this whatever am I spent yet at Kiro Commission right. where they had the maxi singles one side his instrumental, the other side is the whole song. So we put. This Kasit with the on this side and a blank on this ideal couple Mike and we make our demos like that or he was doing that. And I was like a little kid, watching his demos and making low songs, just just for the neighborhood, or whatever just passed to the family. Now just like a location that and run that Emma like role shy, but wanted to get into the music. So. How old were you at this time I was around. Say like around nine ten. Nineteen and you were already. L. Data they, want. But I once you leave I. Close the door. Lock the door because I start rapping. She wouldn't want to watch. Be Back in the date on me. And Like I want you to see the hook. As a matter of fact, he's still got that tape won't using the hug and the songs call them showing respect so I'll just sit repeating the showing no respect as a hug. You got to jump on the hook on one of his songs, so we started doing demos like that. Then as the years went by. I really are into us. Auto music in high school started slaying selling my CDR's where ten songs on each. So, my my CD's like that. Okay. Now, let's back up because. Now your uncle rapping at the time, 'cause Rapin, okay, wrapping del now you were at that age. Other the your uncle. Who Will you listen to that? You say that you really you really dug wrapping. Around the time. Author on the radio or who will people bumping that's. Around the time. Honest Brown yeah, give me like little more Brown. Hi, C second to none. Brother Lynch occur What else? KUMO DE, L. J. AS He'll play just kind like feed off of that. Music I was hearing no now. Obviously you're a youngster at this time. Yeah, is that what you grew up with like? Is that what your mom would play as well? No, okay. What. Your mom player home like she'll play we different. oldies smokey Robinson. Mortgage, you know like dad so I grew up listening to all these as The Good Shit Yeah. It's gone. You know all that stuff, so don't. Your uncle's happy now and we'll just rap name. Do you remember smokey just smoking smoking? Okay, so because most just stick to the street name. Name to Zelda's rap name and his and. that. The bad thing is that if you hit up your focus on the wall, jokey that you come up with a smoky two cops, come and get you your smoke. Keep them over there. ME. So now. At what point from using in the hook. At what point did would you say that? You. Started doing your your own music like because you said that you started giving away. CDs Let's talk about that. How did that happen? What did you do on wrapping up? Instrumentals was. Yours your uncle hooking up. You know how to start that was. Doing Demos of the Karaoke machines doing that until one day I was just going through back in days. You know you go through the yellow pages. LOVES FLIPPING LOOKING FOR A way link that'd be more than this looking for recording studios for the May not know because you said yellow pages, yes. There's no more yellow, okay. Do you kind of explain what yellow pages are either. Yellow pages phone book directly redefined People's phone numbers or business, phone numbers and stuff like that. and. Don't lie, okay. Did, you ever try to find a girl. You liked like August. Her Ocean Lisera here ocean number. Let Me Crank Colorado. Hello, then you just don't go your. We're trying to do that I did Don't know. It's all in the past broke. So House I was too young back in the day. I don't know maybe I don't know. Okay so you. are in the yellow pages. And what are you looking for recording studio recording? House I was read for the music okay. And how old are you now at this time? Was that a? How old were you now at this time that the tomatoes for? At ten miles like a Bow Seventeen seventeen eighteen there okay and then. Did, you have any music yet. At the time, or did you just had lyrics had lyrics? Lyrics ahead some some. Music that I wanted to loop and sample or occur now I like what I do is. Because I have a studio I replayed it 'cause it'd be a blink part in a song. Writer Raid We wind right to rewind. To Shit like that. and. Then up on the studio. A studio in in Riverside in the. Start Laima first demos air. Sure it, S I don't. did have thousand there. Enough on the studio in Gardena. And, then he's are pushing. Some tracks in Riverside. Guy Wasn't a producer. All he had was a studio. So, he wasn't about making beats, so he'll and sample DoCoMo's ask you you know and then. Deny then was T. He actually wasn't to the production aiming original tracks. So. Now sitting in the park, the first single. That was my first single. And what did you do that one and Riverside? They say okay, so you pretty much told duty you know. What can you look for me? Lyrics or whatnot? Who taught you? How To? Do Sixteen bars, chorus sixteen bars chorus. Did you learn from your uncle? From other songs. From uncle. Okay my cellmate pool, this ideals, sixteen bars and sixteen bars. Hitler got it I. Don't know what that was. Me By it outright the song in Philadelphia by this time is long enough. You in Orlando sixteen bars like you just feel it all your barley. I didn't I didn't know how to come back in the day. Nobody told me this is like how you do it. Well he was teaching. You're not necessarily just to be a rapper. Could just what you were, but not how to be an artist? You have to come Moore's now. Yes, I remember when I. First looked to see I played like four minute beaten. He just wrapped all the way through and I said No. You GotTa Stop I said this is sixteen. Because I had to trump machines to produce I was never rap roster? You gotTa Start Right here. He goes well. What am I doing everything else? An Essay for another book consumer some real, but you gotTA start right here. The decor is star right here and I I I remember I had a comment. He was sixteen around around the time when I met him. As it's funny, because when I met when I see. At. Any is music I know of you. I see always been music in in. It's funny because I may have seen leaving no one else, ECHINACEA. I was at the g spot. I think it was. Para Montenegro paramount or the. Pony. His studio, there's. Not, too many studio, but there's a record store. He goes in paramount calling g-spot. And is a record store right there? And Hobo was pushing my album occur when my first them dropped. Not always go there. Not Bring them a box of CDs and the all Hughes either give me cash because come check with her and There, are betting on football game I remember like. Over was right here I was right here which watching the game he put some money on that I just off of CD's and good. Whatever we just chop it up real quick. Leading. The hanging knows who was on I know that. You know. That was. Show that. But he's right there. Blake bumping my she right there like playing the music and stripping out, because as I was just chilling in their record store, someone came in. and. My music WHO's Eric? Who like Oh this job? and. She was let me get them and asking that I just stay quiet just like like watching like a customer coming there brought by the CDC. I just felt good. Oh Shit, you know what? That's something today that. A lot of artists will probably never experienced two things here on the radio. And go into no record store and seeing somebody by their stuff. Yeah, you know I remember whether Osama Goodies Music Plus where house tower records I would be inter and look what my stop was an watch. People buy my stuff and it's such an amazing feeling man, especially when you hear on the radio t today. What takes away from? Mehta's different if you will not necessarily better, but it because we lived in a different era. Yeah, today, you know you can do a song. Finish a right now. Little Dip and Youtube, and that's it. Describes. You know you'll probably get about ten thousand or five thousand people listen to it. But is not the same joy that you kids with someone you see somebody. Pick up your share to say. This is the Shit Homie. How much is it seven ninety, nine or whatever? It's a different feeling. Different feeling. I I'll share this I was in. San Francisco the very first time that I've ever heard my song on the Radio Andy Biggs, radio station K., U., meal and They played a metro punter and do what I got goosebumps. I was twenty two years old. So and you know in Frisco hearing it on the radio, so it was amazing feeling. Yeah so I know how people buy your ship. So now. You. You do songs out in Riverside to guy loops it. You come to where Inglewood. Wanted to Gardiner Khardina working with this guy. In Gardena. There couple tracks with him at Inter where multiples Applaud with. Mojo, boy, johnny boy from Ghetto Bain for some federal. Applaud. The him and I did like album him. We just connected in his were banging I was like okay. Let's do let's do the only the lava which you. So I did him. and. Then had a rocky by the do one of the tracks on that album, so the problem was pretty much bruised. Bye, bye, Johnny boy, then by the idea that I did with him, he was in Brusett, track track, and we just did that. Her dog to be rocky. Iraqi through My. homeboy wicked your. Remember that the group is spending ABC's. He was part of them and. I mean. I spent KFC was by never knew that he was part of that, but we just in the in the meeting and chopping it up, and we built a good relationship with our chopping it up, and he goes eight. No Right Baio things eerie since all the. Plug Yoga know our listeners do so? Ended up doing a song somebody, please for my feet from Apollo recent peace. And Angle because of his jams, and I go, you know what rocky a Mama right this song and I want you to sit on the hook. You'll like this. Do it, so we recorded right there the. Cost six point productions Khardina did that the. First albums on this actually does the second prosecutors go back to the first. Okay? Okay you so who produce all of your first? The first one was all loops and samples. Okay I, know so much your all your ideas. Your somebody just looked on port. Luther manages rapped over okay. Real there wasn't really any harker production was pretty much loops Capel's or something like that, not only match this okay, and you were how old when that first came out I was nineteen looking nineteen. You were competent enough to like. This is what I WANNA. Do released it. Yeah, okay, now let me ask you this when you start recording. did you at all? When they played back, did you like? Were you sounded? Oh yeah a west. So. I don't know like back in the days like told me. Like no I. Don't know about now like at that time. I was really hungry for it. I'M NOT GONNA. Lie You know I, W. Young I think my lyrics more important now than what they were when I was a kid, course mature. But my voice. You gotta get voice. Whatever kind of makes it easy? E with the way sound, whatever and they're kind of like okay Kinda. Put me up a little bit, but then out here and. Was No big headed. Whatever just kinda like I was feeling it. But I thought was an artist you gotta be. You gotta be confident by about music. You know what I mean so I just fillet. Okay, let me let me keep on pushing. Know! It's funny because I asked that question for a lot of artists. And up I would say as maybe say sixty artists yeah, that question. I would say about fifty of them would come back and say they didn't like the how they sounded. Is Not that they didn't like that. They were not on. Beat them. Off that's me, I think on the knowing type of deal. It's as far as far as melodic ways so some dumb shit back into. Almost the opposition, but like as far as the way I sounded and being on be in black along the way of sound. I liked it. But I feel like now being not you know. I feel like my lyrics are moral. Point than what they were when I was a kid. Console. Now after this. You finish that first album. Oh! What is your next movement? You start shopping into somebody approach you. How did you get that album in the stores? You know it's funny that. Is Funny because now we're. We're talking about that, but I've always a at this at this grocery store back in the days A. Of, like what yeah! Eighteen? Whenever? because the album came out when I was nineteen so anyways I was having issues back in the days. Ahead whatever trouble on Shit. So, and moving back. This, would you the Harbor Area Conoco's I put my mom through a lot of shit. You know what I mean in needed to get away. You know what I mean I'll just like fucking all the going on like personal shit, beef, and this and that and just you know at that age. You just you just young dumb. You know so just like what? This is going up because a measly. Limit Bounce. but that's another topic, but I was working at stater brothers back in the day. At a grocery stater brothers in which the the swap meet next door swap meet or these sell CD's. As walk in there like fog I used to look at the shelf. And you see all these. You know you're GONNA she. I mean. That's got a rap, but you know. It's GONNA rapids because we're letting whatever but A, senior ROB's. Norwalks Moore's wanted to see him brown pot. Pride of see Spanish fly. And I remembered a album. Norwalks most wanted because when I was a kid. Monk will just take my grandmother pickup up for medication from Mexico. In remember him being. You know Norwalks most wanted. Brown pride in Spanish fly. Now just little kid and I was like no one. They'll be sensitive records, but. I'd go on my lunch. Break going there. Blake I got the skills these skills. Like I do that, I go in NFL confident. I was hungry. Saw To make a long story short. And the mouse pad and we went up. You know moving back up this way. Just to fucking lick down for forbid ENDED UP GOING TO end my cousin. To my favorite seen, registering Norwalk was called Boulevard records I go. Zev good feelings. Just give me right over there. You some gas when he would ever so he took over there and had a CD would like ten songs on it. and. There's this guy named memel. You know that they had that record store. Ebola is couple of our records. I will met I. Go saying that CD, go. Trying to get a hold of fun, media records I go. I appreciate you know like I'm I'm pretty close to appreciate you. Know who he is or how get hold of this company? Whenever he goes as a matter of fact, I'm real good I got his number why what's up? His music right here in and I want to show him eagles. You know what I'll tell you. What if I like it? I'll give them a call. Stop Right there, okay? We're GONNA continue that story. We come right back. Because now I'm GonNa, ask you something real quick. Yes or no, did you know? Where Murray looked like before you ever met him. I, did it. Okay. We're GONNA. Come back to that or everybody once again, Call somebody, take somebody pays. Somebody's left a shit. Our somebody let them know that. Mr June bugs and the of fucking building and we're going to talk about Familia Records Zia noticed, but he's also now. The president and we're GONNA. Touch on and one of those questions that most of us want want me to ask him is. Are they going to release those catalogues? CATALOGUE ON METER WRECKS WE'RE GONNA ask questions we'll stay tuned so tickets away Johnny. We'll go to Rhodium radio. I am your host Tony as the wizard. We started a gofundme page because we need you to help us meet our goal. Our goal is to released a Chicano rap. The documentary and we need you to be a part of this. Everyone who contributes will have certain incentives offered to them for an example. I'll name one. Your name will be on the credits of the film. Everyone who gives everyone who contributes? their name will be on the credits. That's just one thing that we have to offer it, but yet. If you read the description, you'll see other incentives for your contribution if you've seen the mix documentary. 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Another model is just so good, often great now. You have to drive home, do you? Now, my girls driving so. Drink up. Some asked me how come you're not drinking. I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa just wait for the next one. You know why because what happens is that if I started drinking right now? I'll just WANNA fucking party on me. And forget about interview, so but anyways. So you were at. Record store to so the do tells you if I like it I'll give them a call because I. Know Him now. He's talking about Murray Brumfield. Familiar records and you need to know what Murray even looked like Nah okay with before you ever saw him. What do you you do Y do? I'll tell you those Chicano for sure. Exactly. From sense okay, what happens next? So play a few songs. Had I tend songs on the wisely. No had thirteen. At thirteen songs on that CD so what I did as a compiled thirteen songs that did the studio. He has played a few. He played one. He liked Alaric who you know, especially in the data by sampling and that. keeping the next one he's laying. Okay, then put another one like yours. Elect, elect elect these three songs so far we go. You know what call right now. I will do my after calling my hearings novel here. He led now he's. He's GonNa like it. So he called them, so he's my cousin. My cousin Rasco at they're just posted up Just, wait and let I'm like they wait to see. WHO's GONNA pop up. So he's playing music It's funny because I store open people coming in. Looking to buy other stuff and they all you know. WHO's editor? WHO's this? Whatever trying to buy not even out yet? And? It says all as Murray. Wachner at there were. was. Expecting to be Latino. And I was like. Hey, mark as Mary you. He's black and heals your records. Shit, so then He comes in Murray. Memo inches interested me to Murray. He's. How's it going Mary Bromfield? Mr Jumba. Halo or Other than he already heard you guys from me. Then members are free secret. He put on the music. One Song that. Played them three songs. He say cool. I'm not answer this. The number wise, but was like all right. You know I like it. this talk business which you WANNA do. So, we negotiated a deal. We made it happen. The your art artwork I or your pictures you know for for them cover. And Go from there so. You had no artwork. Just a CD CD, so so then Yeah, when a MARKLE's. You know what I gotTa, homeboy. That has a low low. You know whatever? Whatever so. He hooked that up We took pictures and Actually Murray Murray pulled up to the PAD Elstein in Lakewood at that time, people up to the house. He showed up game the CD. Give them a dr working, you know. I got my advance up during a front. And that was that so? With that deal. be being being accused at that time. I feel like I was really happy. Yeah because especially knowing the business. I was aiming high and we negotiated from. Let me after this Jim Book. That always being your name Mr. Jim Book. Yeah grew up as a kid. Yeah, actually give me that name looker. and. We even another name. Of the name fresh. Just. Like so as Is just fresh. Fresh like this. Is just fresh. Affiliate! Those me and My cousin like now that we're we're. Tight, we're close or whatever, but we get into as guest kids were like. Like, a year apart in age difference, right. just knuckleheads. Kids are alright. You're tough and you're fresh house like the cool guy. That whatever it was probably the hair back then you play, was a hair. Okay, so now. What inspired Jim Book? Shit I, don't know maybe because I was born in June model Hoddle fucking Oh man. Just he was just like you know what I go I. Need not fresh and she goes. Joan bug. Saw why I just I just stuck with it stuck with. Mr. Mr Oh okay so now. You shoot your pictures signed your deal. You get your advanced, okay How soon after the album drop? The hell dropped K. I will say like within. I'm thinking within a month or the or the time. Lamy American touch As, you know after I left boulevard record at their. Let the shop. I was like okay. This is real. and. Before I left. He called me back I. Remember as he called me, can't he'll just like. What come back here. Came back in area. You fucking porn shop over the cash like you say you know. I'm serious about this deal. Larry Cool that I know caters the JIG. We took off. You know whatever because we just had a couple of corners of the pad. Then me Murray can touch. He gets his word and he showed up. You know I I. Kept My word on my end that with the music. Yuma material. They need. Good and those are on the time where where bogus, but are locals was already like gin started with the wicker. What the show so I keep a AKA right on time because I'm GonNa get you on the show in my music every Sunday night. So it school now. was that a one album deal all? The details of the album. I it was a one album deal. That's that's what we negotiated because. knowing the business I mean. Don't know about the business. fully that the deal was fair. AL's happy with it and I felt like you know what it's doing deal. Then, we'll go from there and can always negotiate another deal. Being locked up in the big contract because. Just being tied down like that, it's all just like what. Do this first album from there. then. That's what happened. What we did that. This overcame fast forward from there. Until now all. Have you been knowing Murray? Shit How many years for from then till now of been on Onum Shit. Say Twenty, we kept in touch. Early on, then we kept in. Touch allows contact with him for for quite a few years Oko. Quite a few years in his funny because What has I work in my second album? We still kept in touch. And I hey. What's up? You ready for next one I'm ready. But after that we just lost such numbers. Change has changed so. the second album wasn't able to be put under familiar records. But had mature ready to roll. now we lost touch Then I went over to at that time I went over to Sarah Records. And I was like looking for a deal I needed. needed some income I figure kids. My Glee macaroni some income. this what I wanNA pursue listless where some out. And he's a records had a contract ready for for me to roll with the contract poker, but in politics got involved with. An issue. Like. Someone's like whatever you do, don't sign this guy. He pissed me. Got Me like really heated. It pissed me off, I was just like. Okay, we working with someone from up north. You know what I mean. So, like similar with your name whatever snap, but they're like really tight with him. It's different all shit. I'm on this side. You know he's on that side. I'M MR, June bug. That's that's why am. I going to take material. I love maturity goes. I'm willing to sign a freaking eight album deal with you. Well if you liked the material is do it. You know what mean. So there are certain individuals behind that. They said Liz can like them this kind of stop this from happening. So I I know I. Know who it was. I'M NOT GONNA, mention names, but Pretty, much cock! Block your deal with these records. They've come back my deal. But I was. Still Willing to be all with Iraq is because that's just a person I am. In, I'll just you know. But Act allows contact with him, so I was GONNA shopping my my album around. And homer was like from records new Richard like mangoes fog. Some good material is just going to sell. I want to focus is going to make money. The Ain't doing shit. Fuck ain't doing shit. And I'll say open the into a shit. He goes. We WanNa say I WANNA sign you I. WanNa i WanNa do this with Fox he goes. At least I could do to pressure album macaca. Push your CD's for you, and that's how much walk down I'll just pissed like fucking. We could change. Your name is my name. As why Amish you know Miss June bug harbor areas us this way and that. I am changing it. My price up with me like I'm. Not GonNa Change Money. You know what I mean Song! I just let that at that And I started pushing the CD's. Other trunk. Alone independent and. Independent! I didn't get that advance for cash upfront. But I'll still paying the bills. It's just pushing the CD's to all these stories don't buy by the box whatever do independent. Then to my boy, Viduka's Al.. and. You can help me like you know what. Look at you? I'm sure bution. But still in business distribution, but guess what you also have to have advertising dollars. So there's a lot of work behind, so it was like too much work to do my own right, so it was Kinda was kinda tough. Okay, so let's go back. A little bit with that. First album comes under familiar records year was. Two thousand two thousand. Two thousand, so we're looking twenty years ago. When net dropped hobbles the response. The response was really good, really good. Yeah, really good that people are requesting. The radio played L.. Listen radio she people are requested enough to write. Needs so, did you get booked a lot of shows? Ideological Becton. Yes, okay, yes, remember first off of that album. I did one in Pico Rivera. Ca Liberal they'll okay. I opened a for exhibit. Moshe. Alpina for exhibit, but at that time I was actually performing minute shivers shit, really yeah, because I had my a from sampled tomorrow or hip hop beats soccer saw asked him should though is this like? Performed this song. By dipper forces album to belay had more money shit there to know. You producing pretty much of heavy your hands on your first album. Yeah, you have somebody look. What were your ideas pretty much? You come on their familiar records. Now you're performing. How did you like performing now man? fucking love it really. Love it! It's funny because. The KID, no! Blake's shit once they get up on Mike. I just I just I. Just love it I love it. I love the it from the fans. The fans are feeling they. Get that good feeling. From Oriel okay so I just so you were talking about your second album. Your first album drop two thousand wind to release your second album. What year was that sick and album? Two years later, two thousand and two youngest is trump a little bit ahead your third album because you have four albums out discussing parks that are in our life and ring on time hard life one at that come out. How soon after the Senate? Can't after the second album Horn live came out like like. Shinwar year I think four years later over four years. Reason why took along? you know what I'll just? Got Discouraged no business for his like trying to run. The business is the business side of the in focus on my craft because I really. On. All sides and I was like I. Read a focus on my craft, and as someone else when a business, but the same thing you wanna see the numbers you WanNa. Get Burnt of course. Soldiers like Australia waiting myself and it kind of just get more hobby than professional. In early always like fucking I remember that could have had that didn't have. And is. Like Fuck No. Accurate like this. You know I should go with man, so it's like whatever I just kept pushing. For the love of it, and it didn't stop me. I just kept recording music and. Independently so independently mush it. You. Know what I think a lot of times. We all get a little discouraged. took a damn tenure break. Yeah, yeah, you know when the music and I. Did interview with one of my good friends Soren Baker that people go crazy on the live chat talking about and Baker. He asked me what did it take such a long break like one, thousand, seven, hundred, thousand seventeen, and I'll be real with you I was in music anymore. I had just had enough of it. Man I had no more elaborate. It wasn't fun for me anymore. All it almost became sole discouraging. Yeah that I. Just like you know what fuck this I'm out so a Lotta times when I interview a lot of rappers that might have came out. From two thousand, seven, hundred up on me have never heard of them simply because I press mute on music I, didn't want to hear any music almost eighteen years no radio, no new music. You know somebody could have came out and pop in two thousand ten, and probably would never heard of them, because I was too busy with my family coach. My Kid etc so. So now, the third album drops. Your last album. Talk about your last album. Wouldn't I drop? Ship. Just dropped. Two years ago. Okay Yeah Now why? Why two years ago and now. What can people expect like wh? WHY DID TWO YEAR GAP? you know what is 'cause? Okay so? I ended up as I I wasn't really doing much. Music here and there? On to his a sports bar over there Moreno Valley just those me. My sister is wanted to get out the house and just do whatever. There's this cat Tell me. Perform your old shades. Know what. Nah I'm going perform, and then they fucking because I love performing and I like doing those, I don't mind doing small schools, but not really into him I. WanNa see a big crowd you know in means was just like. It was a tiny a sports bar with a commodity with favors well ended up going over there. And actually what happened, is he? Put My name on Flyer without. Me Telling Him yes, satellite with the. Flyers so people can expect me to be there. So I ended up just up. anyways review letter. Them Fuck. So, anyways, I live showing up. I fuck. I'm a pull up a coma beer. So I showed up. That's why Mambo, NATO. from Riverside streetlife. Momentum there. Bears NATO in? Stocks right there. We my sister NATO no stocks. Then Them, all were storm. Here's a promoter from back in the days. He did a lot of shows. He promoted Melamine Ace or a dogs pursue. Becca days. But seen him there and you'll supposedly with when they go into stocks. and. Of the bar grabbing a drink, who my sister then Lake Storm! Call us to the to the table. As. We, just start off and he was pointed out mild Nad. And we just start shooting the shit, having a beard, talking and then You know you can meet somebody in late when someone's about the business or Whatever and I just I just got that vibe like okay. I WanNa talk to him later on a bus some some whatever but. we see numbers. He May Mesa with the music and we're stopping you on. Miss with the music, but as far as me, putting my money into this, and that or whatever it is I just I just can't. He led. What if I was to do that? All I mean if you want to do the like like four zero. Yeah would oppose his leg. and. Put your out more fifty studio. Tight videos is now of our beer. So, all they fucking this, let's do it. Okay, so then His album like. I feel it could be pushed really hard man like. I'm being too cocky, but it's A. It's a fire album. I like like. A A his album, but all. Worked hard on that albumin and he put all his money to. To produce his album to choose you know pay for Videos Sanad and and we just all. DO THIS DO A. agreement. We did a one album deal. A compilation. So hidden finished album. And Shit Man, she's banging. That's all. That's all that got started with that. Okay, yeah, now. Is Done, yeah hobbits you get reacquainted with Murray. Okay This story is funny. 'CAUSE me and my girl and have lunch. You don't like the time whatever. You know we'll go. Have our Sushi, or whatever little Guido ever talk. They don't matter what go out to eat. And before going home, that was no asta by this coffee shop. You know I'm GonNa. fucking coffee. So so driving from me back to you riverside or wherever you know what I'm going to be. A coffee walked in there. He Myrna's laptop. I don't know, I'm not I. Just saw him. On the laptop I was. So you know IOS Juba. All a man who just started chopping it up. So is the first time we just start talking about. The music thing and that's how we. Got In touch again. And all along goes up. Recent that was like I will say at least. Like six seven months. Allegra okay now tell us. How did you in the become the president of records? Will. Business and and with the Nami, the normal business individual. Like my own boss, and just making things happen I just. You know I was hungry for it. You know so Murray. Start talking about business and what I could do. You know as far as like you know the talking about from every day I go. You got this catalogue. You got the new level. Does do something with? as far as you know, these were loud. Music came from a special artists that are big now ago. Wants, to keep it going I go this. Keeping all, so he kind of you ought to low vision out the summer. Vision to is like no, you're right. This revamp family records. You know what I mean. There's ours out there. That are looking for an opportunity. Even though you could do it on your own. Because of the Internet buzz artist that that need that guidance. Be that support you know our people They're looking for an opportunity. There very talented. The don't have a chance to do this. That are hungry. And he saw vision. He's like in the world. Is this this make it happen? So that's how that all went down and he just said I want you to be in charge of it or so so we started talking. We started talking about this and he. You know he won't be one to be a partner. I'm the records and can make it to Bring it back up again. So let's that went down. So now of people are asking the question. You know that would is Murray to be doing with his old catalogues. As far as all the other other old orders stuff that he's had for many many years positives too early nineties obviously. Him being the first. Chicano rap label. His partner President, or whatever your position is as far as releasing this or helping him motivated, or you know what not against people want to know is. Some of that or eventually August will be released again. You. Know what? We're talking about some of that stuff in To answer that Lake Right now we got. West. Does he be released. By, we working on stuff and Update they. They're something that should be. Brought up in part two because it's true, this too is too too much. Too Much Going on too much to its Dane, as far as ideas in revamping from your records bustle far like yet as to answer the questions. some some things that are going to be released or okay, so there goes your answer, so some will be released. You just can't believe release at the moment. Exactly who? That's pretty much undecided I believe you know off you guys are GonNa do. What they can expect. Familiar catalog eventually. Yes, okay, so there's your answer anything. You want to add to that all triple this story just. I remember. You're asking me about the whole CDs and we're. We're pushing it back in the days where you're coming your records. Lamma down the swamp me. I'm pretty sure you from. Where career started at and stuff like that? It's funny because they got familiar records. I remember wants to the swap meet and there was marines right there. With boxes just pushing working harder pushing this album out. Him. In that, you know the girl that he was with with was Tiffany haddish actors both of them. Just you my first album. Oh! What the S A trip! You know what I mean. Soldiers like I still remember that this memory here. This is crazy, but. Though. Now. That stop be released possibly at the moment whatever information you can give on all platforms platforms, or can people expect hard copies as well? Are Copies as well okay. I mean we got got some days lined up. As far as ours development and and Revamping the old artist and there's certain artists that were in touch with. The my bring back out in new artist. Possibly of how many records Compilation. Of unreleased material, okay, so I'm sure Mary's has a lot of that. Yes, a lot of the people judge dined hair because it's almost kind of like the lost tapes type of deal, you know people were just believing that shit will. So I'll good so this the last couple of minutes anything that I didn't ask that I should have asked. If you could go working before you give a shot for you address or What not anything that. I should've asked you. Will besides besides. The catalog in this and that I want you to check out the the flick of the movie also although. About is called the exodus of the Prodigal son. It's just is not. A big budget movie, but you could catch it on Amazon prime, or saw a player Swat team member and end up dying so. You might need A. Little than tissue. Now, but it was to make a long story short On the last of my drop under street life. there's also some some new material released under owner street music as well okay, besides release music from from your records wells about some stuff in the worship music. With various artists, Montebello Ladies E, trouble. A child were. Much more interested onto that liberals will. So! or or at this time you WANNA. Give any shots man anything. You want to bring up anybody you want you know. As as the hardest part was in a free and somebody, but. obey shut up to all sides of my family. You know my surprise gone like this to like this because you know that she go. To all my solid friends, homeboys family members to my girl. much love till my kids love you guys and be shot to icy Tony. Glasses for opportunity NATO street life Murray. Brumfield. Auma loved. Ones outnumber real ones out there you know, thank you for for everything for support my on music awesome. first of all I don't know Murray. Brumfield is actually here. Yeah, so thank you for that Murray much love, respect, much negatives, and so the ladies. other than that. Anything else you WANNA. Say meant deplores yours. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, whatever you want to and. Don't forget you know the fans wanted. Fans. One Mile released shift from back in the day. If you wanted is going to be released or. And I'm expecting that Tornado beyond his shit. Call me out. Your craftsman popping up. So people want to get a hold of you or whatnot. They can DM. You'll writer or whatnot so. Other than that okay, everybody, we're going to go to take a break and we're GonNa Bring Knicks special guests, so make sure you go. Get him a little. Slap your lady across her fat ass and let her know that Shit's about to get all right, so we'll be back after this. Make sure you call somebody. Take somebody break about over somebody spokane hairs and let them know that not in the MOTHERFUCKER BUILDING MID June bug! Thank you very much. Presidents stick around all right all right all right. Welcome back everybody to the golden shower. Our Tony here the wizard podcast. Had Has Dick and before I introduce my special guests once again for those of you that have been donating to forty fives or gone to a couple of. And I still got a couple of singles or make sure if you drop at least five dollars or more on the Chicano. Go Fund me rap documentary page. That can be found on a description on my facebook bio or my. INSTAGRAM, bio fuck it even my space by old, just kidding so. anyways without further to do, please allow me to introduce today. My brother. How's it going? Tony I'm doing good, homie. I usually shake my hands. You know but today which is pandemic, simone everybody's kind of like. You know fist. fist-bump does his harmless so. So tell me about it veered that you probably railway so requests shots my carnell. He's the one that brought to our attention. My brother he wanted meet a bring this, so you can try it. It's called AZTECA. It's brewed in San Diego, and if you see it as it's called more bounce, and it has like a little Lola one there. It's a smooth cycle, but it's smooth, so we just wanted to try to. He did say Tony. Sipping on the show, so let's do that in. Combat. Why wasn't I drink in you? Go now. You GotTa reason yeah thank you. And the reason why? We Think It was nice. Kind of smooth right? Yeah, you. Don't drink beer right, but it's actually putting a nice. Somebody talking. You haven't been drinking. You know here's the thing when you try to work out and you take protein will you can drink all the time kills all the fucking protein, so you try to? You know what I'm saying. They will I my my older brother Motti show. He has called feed him. Enlist all in. He be hitting some heavyweight and be drinking while he's working out so. I'd like some trouble pitch. Like that shot I'll in my car Mala Mardi short. They're. Going to give a shot to because I saw you on his podcast. Hold Stocks Yahud Socks Lucky. Lucky Simone, lucky much love Mike respect. Hood stocks Dope podcast yet here now. 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How long were you there for six years? No I get it I get it, but I think the main eye opening thing was how young they were. Fourteen. Yes, but no, but then like I think that's what I didn't see it all, but when you're that powerful I, guess I mean some. Don't get it twisted man. Some of these items out there they might play the victim. Now you know I mean. But they were into it or whatever they were young got manipulated fucked up either way he the way you look at it. It's a fucked up situation. Someone with that much money much power. Of course they're going to use that power on you and you get inside a dog. It's a fucked fucking world. Happy with screen shots. Screen shots than use nature, damn screen, Shyam rappers snitching on. To miss this crazy world technology social media instagram, or would they go dry snitch on black? TV, Bro! Vlad TV ads what I've been hearing a lot of that should. Be asking questions like. Why are you so focused on? This? You know is weird. I know. A lot of bad reputation homeboy. Yeah, that's why and believe me I'm kind of like. It, but ultimately if he would ever asked me to go on, I wouldn't. I wouldn't because you're just too much dirt too much. That's like if I same thing if I was able to be asked, I have to think about it means good publicity, but then are you selling out if you know all this background, should you know what I mean? There's decisions you have to make for yourself wherever whatever you are. We're kind of arts you are if you're gonNA say choice. If I saw your culture your beliefs, you probably shouldn't work with someone, so you get what I'm saying. You got to pick and choose where you work with so when you hit me up class all day. Much respect our. Honor to be here, homie awesome! Real Shit, you. You put the map a great platform. I'm blessed to be where it's a blessing. You for you to be here for me. To interview. Now what were you originally raised, or originally from I was born in oceanside I was raised in the seventy six old North County San Diego shouts on my hang out there. I grew up in San Diego. My Childhood Years Vista. so yeah escondido from. County. Arab Day all day, but then I. I moved out here to the I. E. Recycling in Hamid and I've been out here for the past couple of years long. But, Yes I grew up in ESCO and Hamid. Okay, but I'm all over dog I go to La. I go today I'm everywhere with were. The music is taking me his everywhere dog, so Cowan, and it's just beautiful. Everywhere I go I see Lhasa and like there's a lot of there's there's there's a fan base out their dog, and you just got to say the right things tapping to meaning, and that's what I'm trying to do. Much, much much respect to San, Diego C. Mall I interview a lot of those people a lot of rappers. Yeah, they're all my good friends. But I'M GONNA. Continue to bring many of those out here. And China. NOT ONLY! Light on them just. and. That's Dope Darby. La Base, but you show love to everybody, and that's how it should be done because at the end of day we're Lhasa. We represent the same shape. Absolutely, here's here's the way on the. First of all tomorrow's not promised. While I'm here I want to try to bless whoever I can to what little I have you and that's what I WANNA do. So, now other than that, you come from a big family. got a pretty big family dog. It's actually yeah, it's actually really big. I'm the youngest in my family I got. Two older brothers and three older sisters. And most of them are have kids. It's just me and my my brother. Okay, so it's Mardi shows the oldest Sonia, my sister, Janet, and Lisa and then Jesse in me, so just seeing me. We're the only ones without kids. But and told her I. Think we fifteen nephews and nieces dogs so big family obviously right now. 'cause the Covy Shit. We don't. We always got silos gatherings right now is on hold as I, won't family at a time. But you know curse because Modeste, passed away recipe stores. Beto. My Mom's still here and she's elderly nominee, so we. We don't WanNA. Play around with that. So we got you know as much caution as possible when it comes to. You know what is true because. Not just the Kobe just in general, because all the people are tend to get sicker win. You know everybody's working. Everybody's out in. You. Don't know some people don't even know when they have you know I mean some people don't show symptoms I. It's a little scary. It's definitely changed. Life changed our lives for sure how we how we go about a my mom. She's so frustrated. Put all blast. She's like. Gas Side of you. Know in I feel she was when we go to the store and she just likes to ride in the back seat. Every now and then, if his early she'll go out in store and shit, but she's always wearing masks so. But Yeah I get an indicator. Not Right now I'm. On way to focus on my career in music, so like to be honest like. Girls a relationship right now is nowhere near my radio dog about an entangled. Some will Smith Jada I. Don't mind that. And Soggy, everybody we need love when we need that affection every now and then you know me, let me bust it out here and then I'll bust it out over their dog. You. Know what I have to bring it up. What did you think about when you heard how? We're GONNA tangle me. What to be honest I've heard more of it from from people around me or like social media so I don't know the full story behind it, but I heard I. Guess she? She fucking fucked around. We'll smash it and I guess. She used the word entanglement. So. That's just a fancy way of I. Don't know what She's trying to say Dolly. Chemical. We have family together. We maybe is her way of saying we were stuck. We were wearing tangled. We couldn't escape. Maybe a lot of a lot of things where. They were in bed or Tangled up. When that's all? That's pop. Everybody wants to talk about that and. It is training, but but but yeah, you know there are more important things out there and shit, but like, but that's that's the thing of social media are you can be focused on issue this sheets for crazy and in these little celebrities do something and everybody's attentions on there, and it takes away what's important, but but it is what it is ever we live in. You know what I mean. Yeah, okay, you know what now growing up. And let you know home okay. What type of music they you raise them I was will for me like it. All varies like my dad. OLDIES Oldies. Oldies but goodies. Old like a soft rock like no the old school rock. And then my mom, you know Marco Antonio, so lease lows bookies. You like that Ramona Yala. And then so my brothers are the ones that my sisters they. Started hearing like Aztec try back in the day when I was a kid they had. I love crisscross they use. They used to dress me I think they breed in my hair back then. There's pictures of never again them Charlie. At your way back, yeah, they stressed me a backwards. I was a kid, but I sing. Every lyric knows I guess I kinda that tells me that I. Always I was I. Love Rap! I memorized lyrics real early and then my brothers Mati so Jesse. They just put me on game are when it comes to hip hop like to pot. A douse like my first real like hero, you know, mean and then. And then when I was young Sir grownup in. Mr Shadow came out, and we were like an with this more focused. He's Mexican so that put it more like like. Don't like I. Do Shit. You know what I mean. I already had a passionate love for it because I was. In elementary in leg in sixth grade, I will sell demos and Shit. How would record shit? I sell my demos. Sixth Grade. swabbing Hustle Avenue Music since since adolescence kid so I know that I'm for it I. Have a real confidence in me that I know. This is what I meant to do and I've always known it was going to be gradual. Gradual growth is not going to happen overnight. And if you look at my g, you'll see the history dog I've been doing shows for the past five years Doghouse a Blues Observatory. I've been opening up for big names. And like it's just a gradual growth. You know what I mean like the of music I, do is not like a catchy. It's not like overnight. I'm not trying to get laid. Speak About real shit I speak about Marissa. Rosser I speak about disrespect towards us I, speak I speak up. And it's always going to be a meaning behind it and I think that's but when you do that and his adult people appreciate it deeper. No. There you're touching them in a way, and that's why I love. Pock says what pocket he was all about his sentence. People I'm trying to do the same thing for my people talk. You know there's one thing about a park that I can say. Is that since I've started this podcast and I interview harasser. Many many of them when when they refer to. I don't WanNa, use the word favorite rapper, but for lack of better words always mentioned park. Yeah, yeah, so there's always been that connection with Park and it is true it in what it is and what I think it is. He showed love to Lhasa to. And songs, and even in his interviews when you hear his interviews. He was always about black people. We gotta do better. You know our our people need better right. You know we. We need to better, but the he always mentioned. He's all all minorities Mexicans tools. Are I WANNA do a political party? He's not just for blacks for Mexicans. So, he always mentioned and even on songs. You know, mean one song people. A lot of people don't know this he goes. He goes to to all my brothers in the bar Rio. You live in worse than the homeys in the ghetto so I? Give a fuck about you language complexion. You got love for the Hamis Amass section, so he's. You know the diner La. Without Mexicans brought so not just that, but I think he was really he was solid. When you see someone out there, that's not a gimmick. He's not trying to portray something right. You respect it more dog. There's other rappers out I'm not hating. If you're gaming and on a track cool, you'll gangster. Do your thing, dog. That's how you grew up. That's what you will about do. You share if you sell drugs rap about it cool. I'm not hating on that, but like. When you read about something meaningful when it when it touches, people is different dog and I think that touches all races. In a deeper level, because when you gain banging shake just going to people that gaming, or like you, just only catering to one Kraut you get what I'm saying, but a no disrespect to that because I grew up listening. Dr. Pound Pock. All that Gangsta show of Gangsta rap mean so so, but but that's how I do I think that's where the connection comes from park I remember it when parks that it wouldn't be la with Mexicans and then nipsy recipes. He's reselling and be A. he said it wouldn't be the USA what Mexicans. That's even bigger unless rude are. Here, you're podcasting people people don't realize how much. Influence we have and how much we generate for black artists or even the economy's general what we are. Exactly, that's true. That's a fact dog every show I've to see Lhasa Rosser it's a black headliner. Eighty seventy percent of all across all these funk, whatever yes? We are the ones dishing out the ferry at. It's cool. Let's Dole, but like I think you guys were talking about on this interview. Where's that same low? What us with artists Shit, but then at the same time it could be a double edged sword in a sense where maybe there hasn't been mixing artists that has captivated. Enough I'm not just going to say all. Their hate on their own kind, maybe there needs to be someone to bring it out of them. It could be possible like with your set to add onto what you're saying. Maybe they just don't like it. Yeah, it is true. You know I'm playing SIP. Respect that exactly. I mean I. don't go and go to we Travis Scott Concert stop exactly, but you know more power to him. Yeah, yeah, there's a fan base for everybody. Yeah, so, but that's the thing to me other than like. I think Little Rob. There hasn't been much artists where they they go beyond in the Mexican artists to me where they go beyond ganging. Or you know what I mean like Kid, frost obviously this for Rasa. That's anthem dog. That set the tone dog and I grew up off proper. Those Frank Viola Frank, my favorite rappers. Mixim power that she's hard dog, but like. There's really no like or go your soul like proud of Mexican music. No more everybody's on smoking Weed Shit, which is cool I'm not hating though again. I swear, I hate. Trump is the new hate. Speech brought laying down. Exactly dog and everybody's on the game. Banging tips enjoy which is cool. That's why that's why I'm not trying to be different. I'm just being who I am and I'm passionate about issues that are going on with our hint so when you hear my music i. talk about what's going on with us. I'm giving blacks had to park. They had NAS. They have Martin Luther King. Had All these people that speak on their issues? There's nobody out there speaking about our shoes and. All this different ship other than win. I got said I've I've. Never heard of him until recently when I heard the song. But then looking at his history, he's been speaking awesome shit. You know what I mean, and there's not enough of that right, and I'm trying to contribute into the same. Shake off. Awesome. You know and it isn't so much to. It, it's encouraging us because there's power in numbers, okay? To look out for each other pretty much. Doing this pandemic I mean twenty twenty has offered fucked up year tests. Just plain is a I'll tell them my boy. I wonder if this will be considered to fucking worst year of the century. So far, it is guaranteed, I think. From my from my experience, because sometimes we got certain countries, certain states that shit, but this global. Dishes. But you know what? I think it's it's also. There's always good in bad in the sense where. We got all this call rich, but when when I say that. I mean like the whole George Floyd. Justice for George Floyd. A lot of people even a Lotta Raza. They went behind the movement. Black lives matter movement and I also think it inspired us to be more vocal. Yes, because now I notice on my g, I don't just see dumb shit on my stories I see Lhasa out there sharing Vanessa story unrest. You know the people getting killed are people are should immigrants the kids in cages? I think inspired us. Be more vocal about our ship and I think there's there's always been an issue with us. Being too much is more like. We don't want to cry. You know I mean we're not crying. We're. GonNa. We're GONNA work for Shit, but there's nothing wrong with being vocal. There's nothing wrong with letting letting people know our side of the story. You know what I'm saying. Yeah, you know. I watch a lot of documentaries, okay and I'll take three individuals. Say like Bob Mardi because a documentary on. Net flicks! What a lot of his father was white. I saw okay. I didn't know that either no European who said right yes. Now. He was a force to be reckoned with when throw his music. Any. Preach love, unity, etc and. Let's look at. Martin Luther King. Spoke for his people Malcolm X. offers people. What's one thing that they all had in combat? Though that's not my big brother tells me because like a lot of they all died all died y'all got killed so Mita. There's my brother says he's always like 'cause. You know I'll be on my political tip I've always. Have you know if you look at the history and g? Because I know how people are now all. He's on the political tip now. You know he's just jumping on. I got resume to speaks for itself album from two thousand seventeen tribute to the West. Look in my g goes back five four years. You'll see I've been on the ship, but my lately I've been. SCAR. Scar Solo, street, he got me on stage at the free. Our Kids March and I got to grab and talk to the hector like activists type ship. My brother's always fuck with me. He's a dog Eric's activists now. He's like a homey bullet. Those those don't live too long. Just is weird, but his true dodge true. You make too much noise or you're preaching wants love you preaching much peace and it scares. Whoever's in charge? Would I'M NOT GONNA act like I know who they are, but you know you you send something you see how the world. How the World Works, I'm sure there's there's. A few like one percent that run the strings and Shit in the dog. You know what I mean it's IT'S A. A Little Rebecca order two thousand years ago, there was a guy out of Israel name Jesus off my. Team she message was love. Wow, what did he do to? Say. Thank thing off. I'm not here by Sunday you got nobody. Maybe I should start rambling about bitches getting hey. It's a safer lifestyle. So. That's the somebody doesn't try to plug in. You know shelter video. Money? But. Risk and everything you shoot I mean you can get killed. Just walking your doggy. Know so now, But Park before park. I would say that Lhasa truly truly loved are easy. Yeah, they did they always because he also put frost on. He was always an ambassador for Chicano, cultures with around. Yes Tokar. R.I.P so but now. That's another one. If you go up there, you'll see a picture that I have of easy. I have the opportunity to meet him. Since eighty seven, so I've known for a long time was born. COMPA, yeah, we'll see I was already poking run on the streets. Oh. Gee Nineteen years old, one, thousand, nine hundred I'm. Giving away my age, but. Other than that brother will still swallow dog. You should join them list. How many? Giving me another one. But now Who would you say? Know you mentioned park and others? Was anybody else okay? Would you say that inspired Yeah Yeah Yeah? A lot of rappers. Park you know I think I wanNA. Take you know who I love lot and he's GonNa. Get a lot of love is Tek nine. A lot of people who years Bowman that motherfucker is ahead of his time. He was dropping. If you hear his ship, man just his word play and the way he records the Ad Libs, everything does in the background. It's real inner kids real precise tech nine for sure. I love a King Crooked, crooked I shall I gotTa track with crooked eye shadow crooked I. And I love the game and I think a lot of people sleep on the Games music man. He's one of the most consistent. Every album drops has quality music? An. But Yeah, and then little rob of course Mr Shadow like I said a proper laws. I'm a big fan of proper. Those those were probably the main ones man. I I love twist to is a lot of people, but to say my biggest inspiration to park shadow little rob. Crooked, Tek, nine dog and I love Cube Tube. But, oh. Okay, okay, so now. At what age would you say you started writing? I told house like I said I was. I was writing like in fifth grade sixth grade like I was a big Fan, Kelly Love Eissa wrapping. I think. This is a stupid I don't know why is coming back to me, but like I don't know if they'll sixth grade, but I had my first ever should have a row was I'm coming straight from hell and I ain't got no one it. Was So weird shit, see when you're young, you rabbinate. Busting Clips. Didn't you give mature than I I'm like. I got about readership, but but yeah I've been rapping since elementary Dr Okay. It's in. It's in me dog. You know what I mean since elementary. And what point or how old were you when you actually start yourself not necessarily in the studio, maybe lucky as sixth grade like I, said I was selling Demos, and Sha linked up with a boy. If you're if you're out there much less of homeboy Afghan we. He was like Mexican Park back in the day in sixth grade. He was doped now. What did he record you on he had. We're recording off a little radio I. Remember we'd have like we get a CD and we record on a mic like a speaker like a stereo or catch our audio, and then we would like rap over West. Coast Beats Classic Beats Dre beats and Shit and we would just like h shit sixth grade. We will make CD's should and slaying Nesher, and then we had a Muhammad in highschool nuisance. He actually had a studio in his garage. He had a program and everything had a booth. That's when we started like. Actually recording Back then we will get beats off the Internet and Shit a Lotta rappers still do that I'm starting. Do More live music now. which is makes a big difference dogleg. shutout little, Grief Studios Ma boy Jordan Joe from Riverside. That mother Fucker is a on the guitar dog. And when you incorporate live music, it totally changes. It makes it sound bigger dog. You know what I mean and you track out every instrument because you know when you get off Youtube. Get Away. File is just a compressed file. It's all compressed, but when you do individual tracks so much bigger dog now I'm like I. Don't want to do way files. Why just WANNA do bottle right? Just because you hear the quality I'm that type of guy like once you upgrade right? Why go by go lower? It sounds better like this stick to that. Just keep enhancing and keep enhancing dog. Though the Okay to you should make beats can use to make beats, yes, of course. You I make a DJ and I used to saw strip dance and hold America dancer at Chippendales. Magician. wimp magician to a musician on our team double. My Boy John motherfucking elkins that we're going to be selling rubber dolls. D-. We're going to go into break. I'm going to finish up this brew or Anti me I'M GONNA get the other one white can I. got you okay? Cool? Got You on everybody once again when I come back home and ask him how he got the name hypnotic, who okay not to be confused with Monica Chronic. Call somebody texting shit about a little know that hypnotic motherfucking building where we're back in ten minutes. Slap Your Lady Cross her fat ass. Bitch. We BECO- backlog boy. We're back live. I was caught off guard my quick reflexes. You know made me a press start, but once again we're back now with Jack off our, but. Other than that we're going to go ahead and trump. Budnick arrived back into it so well. Tell me something about this one. This is the white cancer metric a stylist. His name same brand dog and brand is just a different style Homey, so it's like I said. It's Brooding San Diego is. I Love I gave it to the Homie Negro that was here. He's dominant. Save this for the canned can is it doesn't have to call it. No, this is a different version. Oh, you know what smoking dope! Chela Must Chula you see that Shit Dash it is. So let me go ahead and pop out while you go ahead and text out dude and tell them you live up online radio so. Gordon Liu dog. And when I say pop, I don't mean like tourists coming like. Simone Right. Speaking about working. Puck to me Oh shit, one's nice. He liked our yeah. I like that one almost tastes like fucking. fucking. Cigar wrapper or something. That you enjoy what I brought back? Yeah, I like it. So now, talk to me about what you know. What am I gonNA quicker, my boy. Jesse from bow down. Shirt okay and my boyfriend fashion town Jin right here for Benjamin, the had. hypnotic Hannukah an income evolves a one day. You had Hennessy hypnotic made an incredible hole, but what happened hypnotic came believe we're now before the drink came out, it was given to me by my my brother. And the whole point behind it is. Is when you hear my lyrics when you hear my music, it'll hypnotize you dog like when you pay attention. You're going to want more. In a way. That's what that's what it symbolizes that my lyrics Myemma voicemail style. You're going to become a permanent fame. Once listened arm. So you're saying you're a lyrical. hypnotist there you go, so you're not looking to. My is not another trip. I don't gotTA. Do Anything. When my face, you just hear the mood dosam headphones on relax. Damn those spinning some real shit, dot Org Azam. Here there you go. I mentioned earlier, the shutout green a little studios, but I started off were the most professional like studio the First Professional Studio was Hennessy Lounge are here in east la with. Tony G. Julio gene all them. They got a very nice little spot out. There Anderson Shout Useless Shutout Hennessy lounge are recorded my first album, their tribute to the west part of my wounds, album and I can't. I can't thank them enough man. They showed a lot of love which is. Then once again to stand up because I saw Simone Lucia Must Chua. As right. Thank you for the ladder so. The closer Jim. Why not just drink anyways? Other than that. You said you were doing their malls sixth grade sixth grade. Okay now, let's talk a little bit about that. What were you rapping to I? Even talking about Internet East I remember. We wrapped to like the Hell Mary Be. Dr dre still dray was snoop dog. We did on I. Think Bus Ryan's break your neck. Yeah it was all like whatever was popping in that era. More ill more west coast back then you know. West goes was was running the game dog. I. Believe still is still is low key darling. He's good that that's that's funny. You say them and I think a lot of Lhasa rappers are actually getting more mainstream or not mainstream, but they're getting more publicity and his thankful was beautiful. The one thing that's beautiful bow social media. Is that. You don't need these radio stations that are not gonNA. Play Chicano rappers. These bottles are getting big off their own. On identity and their own soundcloud, or whatever it is, you youtube, you don't need here. You don't need a fucking depend on the radio to hear what you want to listen to now. That's beautiful. Music is a good time to be musician in that sense. I said this and I wish I. Wish I'm wrong. Okay? I hope I'm wrong I. Say this in December I said that within ten years radio stations obsolete. Low. Key Dog. All they're playing is though household names just be were? I know whatever the fucking we already know. What those people! Saying like. Playing nobody that. That matters to us. I mean today to get a record deal. You got a pretty much. Sell the fuck out Zach to Hollywood. And you've got to create your own fan base you gotTA. You gotTA. They won't sign you unless you already have like Oklahoma here. He has a million followers right whereas you blow somebody. Because the stories are coming out to though was sub with Dash, you. The stories are almost sucks cocks Leo. Someone so. It's all out. There is fucking horrible. Sell your soul dog, either that'll get an entanglement. Word I. Would you be my entanglement like? Funny, how words like fucking change like not even make love anymore. Let me hit you mash smash. Smash Smash is cool. Then What's that other one instead of saying I'm sorry, it's my bad my bad, that's it. You're not even sorry. Mother Bucknell, Dispense Ido. You're Sarah said. You know what we need to do. What you cannot dictionary seem. With fuck with. Our will our wearable. Manche highly. So. Air. Home! Thinking Google me. You'll be owned up. So. It's beautiful, though dog. That's my. That's my thing, dog. I think a lot of the young generation. Along the way I don't know his parents fall or just the social media influence. They went away from the chiloe St Log. You know what I mean. Embrace there should all that's our culture. That's our heritage. Dr Ignore wrong with being original dark room got to. Follow the trend in talk. How all these other talk? You know what I mean like stick stick to your guns. Only we are. We are the the rest of the world emit emulates us. Why not our own hinted. Aggressively right? You're absolutely right, and that's what you're doing. you know what now let me ask you this When you started recording and you heard your voice play back. Did you like it? You know what. I can't think about the exact first time, but I've noticed that my voice. Has Changed or its modified like I hear a lot of my old shit. Cam a little doll I saw I think now I have more more character more fluctuation in the voice. There's more charisma. Or some people call cadence when you wrap like when I rat. Depend on the word I. Say you can, you can switch the pattern. You switch the rhythm and switch your tone. That way just saying. No disrespect to rapper out there, but there's a lot of rappers that sound the same monotone. They just have the same flow style. You know what I mean I like to try and that's why I say I love Tech. Nine man 'cause nine was. Does it all. May He whispers? He spit fastest bit hard surface slow. He did it all dog, and if you hear techniques like. One Song to the next song. It's a completely different John. Where complete different style and that inspires me to kind of similar shit. You know what I mean to try to. Don't you stick to one style? Even when you wrap even when rapping the the music, the beat dictates how I approach the Mike. The beat it just depends. I kinda just my voice of the be. It's kind of hard to explain. But you'll you'll notice. Might owns a little different on different songs you after the today is your any new rappers altered that you listen to as far as like you know you like charter. Scott Back Like J. Cole. Okay Jay I love. About hop, sins underrated fuck man. Hop. Fuck spit dog. And people hate on him because he's different, you know he's a little weird, but he staying shooting himself and he don't fucking bike, nobody. That's what I love about him. all of yellow, Wolfman okay yellow was fucking tight Dr He's another rapper as versatile and he enought I love about him. He comes from Alabama. If you hear his music, you will hear Alabama. You'll hear like some country type shit mixed with some rap. And I love when people stayed. Sure the rules or they just they. They're bringing you their story, their lifestyle. You know I mean because that's what I'm doing I'm running to Ghana culture. Yellow will brings his little his goal to rise Alabama rooms and shit, and as beautiful as sounds dope. and. Because that's the thing about hip hop, you can mix anything are pop beats all this music? It's all infused and is beautiful that you can mix anything. You can throw some some fucking Bandana. TRAG AKWA type shared like? Whatever it is, you can mix anything with anything and I respect artists that that sure themselves, so I'd say Jacor. Jacor Corrado Hobson. And yellow with right now for the new rappers smoker. What about Takashi? Takashi. To be real with you musically when he first came out I, know he got a lot of hate. I didn't hate on his music because he's not a mumble rapper. All these mumble represent US auto tune Shit Takashi. I felt like he had a mixed ow. You know what I mean. He was real rough. His aggression cop me now. He's Beechwood tight, but as far as what's going on with him personally I can't back that up dog I mean. And that's something like you know I'm not gonNA. I'm not gonNA sit here like the dog like. If you SNITCH, you SNITCH, you should be dealt with. Thing that gets me. Is that he snitch did his thing now. He's in protective custody. But instead of changing his ways or like. He's still doing shit. Is. This is one thing to talk shit when you're free, but the now you're talking shit when nobody knows where you live in protective custody like this fake to me. That's what he apologized for snitching. Na Na NA. Hey to him. I give him credit for being. There's something about him that people are latch onto whether it's his charisma how he is. He's a funny motherfucker. He's entertaining. I'M NOT GONNA lie. Do I approve of what he is, and what he's about no dark Luna Darryl. He's doing what he's doing. And if that works for him that works for him, but everybody gets dealt with eventually if he is caught slipping, he's not gonNA stay trap forever. Dog He's he's rich. He wants to go out there. He gets caught slipping and still what about blue face? Oh. Get into Oh shit. Let's talk about that. What inspired that song? You know? Take a little SWIG. A little you take your time. They're still watching. And okay. What inspired Esau? Let everybody know about that song. When it came to the blue face, my proud people song shouts everybody, streaming initiate man, my most successful song to date. I love all the love and support because that tells me a lot of Ross out. There feels the same way, and it's not just Rasa I'm getting to love if you read the comments, a lot of black people out there like your dog. You did that Shit, correct. You came out of respect. You address the issue, a lot of black people on their dog. So that's what I love. That's what I know like. It's Legit, but what inspired that to be honest with you? I I wrote the song before he dropped the video. So mean so What I heard off the bat. It wasn't so much that it was called, Sada. It was just like. The first thing he says on his verse was. By, Saad Bitch gave me nine. Like by Saba Yoyo Bison like. That's sketchy amongst chicanos speaking amongst Mexican switch other. You know really call. You can't just call anybody A. Run monks your hinted and for a negative to be saying that about our women like a big game now whatever the fuck you're saying, but then he goes I. Don't pay for Gaca like in filling it like he's disrespecting are women and he shouldn't be using that word by are to begin with, because if people don't know, that can be also meant for as a wetback and show you know exactly, so my homie flip and flip the script. If I was a US, nappy headed Ho on my track. You know mean like this nappy headed. I mean this rat or whatever like? Come on. His Vice. It's not that hard to understand. It's not that hard to comprehend, and then when I saw the video. I recorded the song before I saw the video and I see that there's sign their dog. There's homeys in Iraq all tattered up essay focus. and. A lot of people say on the comments, but they don't know. How can you not address in the Mexicans in their lay dog like they don't know though I didn't I made that song in response to the audio itself. But if I would have seen the video I, you best believe I would address that issue because to me. That Russia in that video they're making it seem like it's all love is all cool. Let all the Mexicans are cool with it. So some black all, that's cool. You showing love I mean. They got Mexicans in or they approve. Those Mexicans speak for all of us. At all because there's a lot of us out here that are even they took he. Those Wachtel should take he in my opinion, even if they're up. Guys, whatever that's GonNa have to live with and I. Know they're dealing with that shit. Because a lot of grass are gonNA. Tell it how it is usually in these times. When exactly you shouldn't have been that video, you should let your. homeboys fucking spanking maxine six asked what gotten a salad dog, dumping or chatter? Our say flip the mother fucking script. Kimmy some Popeye's chicken dog. Let me spend a black six. Ask with Shin. Them some kool-aid on this shit. I'm so love dogs. I'm swearing the Blackwater love by doing that. They saw love. The Fuck Outta here, Tom Right. You know what I'm saying. We would never do that role. We've never do that and because. But The thing is for those. Actually those people that lost that was in there. That's what I'm talking about. You should have known better. That money's money talks, but at the end of the day they're going to have to live with that and deal with that. That's always going to be something in the resume. Now Not Melania. This obviously that your video is up on Youtube here it is one of your most successful song on. It is far. Let me ask you this. I know for a fact that though if the love was more overwhelming than the negative, yes. Let's touch on the negative part of the comments. Who was be negative? Told you was our own people. It was a mixture dog was a Mexicans and black. Some Mexicans on the comments I'm Mexican. Dog And you trip and dog like that's not disrespect for all. He's putting on for us like and I to me like I. can't even if you don't get the disrespect I'm not gonNA waste my time explaining its young. You can't because you should just get it off the bad right, but like what I said, I'll just flip the script what I just said. Three four minutes ago. That's all you gotta do would be racist. Yeah, it would be racist, and then there's some black guys out there like all men. It's funny you're you're talking about blue face. But you're using black culture using losing hip hop. Shit but overwhelmingly the black. The black comments on there all love dog, and they're all the Yo homey. I respect you for speaking up for your people that Shit was disrespectful. If you look at the comments on me, a lot of the blacks don't even claimed blue phaser like a we bumping him to our. How Knowledge! That we can with them a shout out to you. But the last out there. I don't know what it is all. We're living in time where. I don't think they realize. You know like what disrespect is, or or they think it's just funding gangs of his funny. If it makes you always cool, is there just you know he's showing has love like man. They're exploiting exploiting our show. It's not just blew face other artists out there. It's like a trend now. It's a trend to to US Mexican culture in black music videos now and not just that now. The fucking nutrition is the to slap up the PALATAL man. Shit you know what I mean and that's. That's boiling my blood right now. Dog Invite. That's beyond music his now. You're physically harming street vendors out there. fucking targeting them, that's how it feels like our core, and that's the thing the thing is you. Don't see the show on the new star. Not I mean there is a movement right now. We respect that I respect that to the fullest. I even went out there and marched in long in Long Beach for George Floyd. No Yeah Foot police brutality, fuck all that Shit, because we relate man minorities, and we fight the same battlement. When you see all these videos. Popping off like that of of these negatives fucking water Hannah are elders now. We don't get that like come on dog and I know they don't account I'm not stupid. They don't account for the whole culture. Something needs to be sad man. I feel like it's reese enough. Skin that a hand now because every day I fucking see something wrong thing is not on the news. One thing about social media chicanos worldwide I gotta give them a shot out. chicanos worldwide on. Those broadcasts Rossa Shit like all the time. Grass Shit Our Shit. That's like my new in on saying I mean I don't get it twisted. Is it a good source? When I see something there? You can't deny of video. That's real shit. You're seeing something that's really happening. And I feel like that's happened in too much. Am I feel like? Some of these black leaders should speak up because they have influence man right you know. I mean snoop has influence ice cube has influence. Even if you just say something, it puts the tension at ease, a little bit eight. Thank you for speaking up. I gotTA. Give big boy for ninety two point three, a shutout and Matt Barnes NBA player addressed. He addressed dog in. That's pool. Respect dog. And we need more of that. That's how I feel now. I agree with you and I believe that. Of feels that way, but on the other hand I will say this. I seen view, but I have seen Whether we call them black leaders, or not, for a better words I have. Seen some black leaders take the MIC on the street or lease address, or what's her phone? Behind him. Yeah, if you see anybody attacking these. Off Same, so we got to show. Those people love as well because like you said it is true that that small minority group does not speak for. Dozen it doesn't and that's the sad thing because that's another thing about social media I keep seeing these things, and it's like making me like your Stephen March for them like they're fucking with US I don't want to taint my beliefs. You! Know what I'm saying. We marched with them because we feel their pain, is they? Give fuck with all the time when we you're. You're black and you're walking down the street. You're automatically a target for the WHO don let's just facts. And I am I'm not blind to that, but like I don't want I don't want that small group to taint how I feel about the whole culture because I got respect for the culture, even though my proud peoples on the blue face this on my first verse, I say respect for hip hop. I got the utmost. How was introduced to a very up close at an early age? Thanks to my big brothers. My pops, hated it and call me love what he called me. A The N. Word Love. We know me. But I still did that. Stop me no I love the culture I love what they bring to the table. Men and we respect it. Man In them and I got number love for that quarter. Man and hip hop to begin with. That's their culture. They created it and I'm blessed to be doing hip hop know. So I got number respect and I say maybe he was right, though 'cause, a lot of black rappers on my idols. Pox Cubes Crooked. Ass Tag nine's Cuza them I am not confused 'cause they speak knowledge in effects iconic when they wrap is another former college when they Polish up the track like I'm giving them like those mother fuckers. That was my schooling. Here and their lyrics, and what they rap about number love for that. Culture Dondo lets. Me You both. Do Today. ANYWAYS WE'RE GONNA go in and change the channel a little bit. and. What can people be expecting from you now? Coming out of the question. I have a problem called the malice flowers and CDs. Trip out. But it's beautiful because it catches your attention. Mindless, flowers and CDs but I had this idea for like four or five years style. Go by no joke. I even wrote that song verse like three. Years ago. And it's funny that all the happening. Are the street vendor Shit because I. I'm not I'm not tooting my horn. Dr But I've been on this. That's part of our culture of street vendors. The man little man the ice cream. Yes. Just part of the culture and I always viewed as beautiful as like. That's a representation of our. People do we got a guy here? Every, Damn Day he's my alarm clock? I'M GONNA. Tell you why. Every debt. I'll be going, out there. Is My contact. Cinco. OPT. Beautiful Dog. But that's so late. That's such a beautiful service. Yes, and they're out there. That's work. The song starts off. Did you know slinging tamales was a highly? If, you'll be hate in on him and I'd be Charlie. 'cause a lot of mother. fuckers hate on this ship or the Greengross mean all that that's tainting the community. It's making ghetto like fuck you only those who are working. Yeah, they might not have a permit whatever they're good. They're out there, fucking working slinging drugs. They're trying to feed your ass and they you know. I real passionate about this shit, all good bro! You're passionate for a reason, so and that's. That's your call, but that's the album. Noise caused the modest flowers and CDs GONNA drop in August I. Don't have an exact date but it's very Pro Raza obviously in them. And like I, said man like a Amal is what it means is like. It's a metaphor for our people dog for our glasser, like whether it's the the guy outside of the guy who didn't know selling shit or or the lady center flowers on the side of the road and CDs me I'm pushing these push music at the end of the day. All Rasa we'd like to Hustle for Shit. We worked for Shit. I just want to say this because. Were you mentioned the Word Gringo? Boy John? Elkins Green Golkar Simone and I. Love that Dude, but you know what I'm going to get him one day. And turn them out. He said he never had one. Oh. Okay. Yes okay John Because. He's like the Bill Gates Steve Jobs the DETTORI. I'm trying to tell you I'm just truth, but he's really black Mexican so. When I met this guy, he was hanging on incompetent so. We're all good. So okay, now so the songs coming out that's album. Albums called the modified just like seventeen eighteen songs, but one of the songs is actually titled Demolish Flowers and CDs. That's what I was quoting men, and there's more songs like that. The I just released. Video, call cry. That's my newest video. Filmed by Mickey production. Shutout Maggie is actually my nephew man much. lemieux killed that video dog. I don't know if you've seen cry, but that's a real good. It's like a that's a good way to set the tone for the album. It speaks own politics song. On the immigrants is speaks on the mass shootings not too long ago, people forget about the shootings were they were targeting Vasa up the garlic festival up in the Walmart in Texas, you know motherfuckers. We're out there trying to kill Rasa. Specifically Lhasa, and then you got hint out there. That are like. You know whatever whatever it is. They were born here the mixture, the Mexican border, American, but like at the end of the day homey one bottles out here, trying to kill Mexicans, you'd look just like the immigrant homie. You're going to get targeted because I'd be hanging out at the the swap meets. I'd be hanging out at Carter then as you know what I mean, the Mexicans spots so for mother fucker wants to go kill Mexicans. You live new. You might not be illegal, but you're. Mexican, you live. You're still the same target. Duck were the same motherfucking targeted? but there's a lot of news eighteen sauce on me like when I do albums I. I don't play around. Eighteen quality music quality track stocks. That's GONNA be some time in August, but we already did. Cry And I'm going to actually have the blue face prow, people. That's GONNA. Be a bonus song on the album. Just in case, people didn't know so so yeah I got plenty more. We got play more videos coming in. Okay, okay and video. That video that you dropped a real adult video man that can go check out the one you were talking about. All we had a profitable. Yes, you have it on your. He put it on. On Your Post I'm Ben Utecht? and. Make sure to check that out hypnotic blue. This is called proud people, and then also check out hypnotic cry. That's my latest one. Pro People was. Filmed by Paul Shot I. Suppose and then Micky productions film cry, so we're gonNA have more videos coming in, and that's that's the thing and actually our I had a studio session misfit Soto. His advice I asked for his advice as someone in your position. What do you think is the best thing for up and coming artists like me to do? and. He told me these words he said staying. They faces. Keep dropping. These visuals keep dropping music. Stay in their mother fucking faces so people on their phone like they're looking at videos there. Dan, this, was active knowing. You GotTa be active during these times. Keep the attention on you and keep dropping material. Because people respect hustlers. They see you working. They see what they're doing. Shit. They have no choice but to respect it even if they don't feel you like Damn homeboys doing a show dropping another video, he's dropped another album speaking out. He's on He's speaking out at the at the marches he's. He's on interviews. That's that's a good look, and he's always in the studio. That's a hustler dark because. Because at the end of the day you have to hustle no matter what the fuck you do, it's not just wrap your job your life everything you'd nothing falls in your lap. Dog Yadda earned that Shit, and that's what my Rasa does. homey come on the our newly broke. That's what the fuck do. Dr, we hustle. We earn our shaved on now. What? When can people expect this album's drop? I WanNa say it's going to be late August Maybe mid August, but actually have a session on Monday. where I'm finalizing every songs done. We're just going to master it now. How many songs can we expect on seventeen or eighteen? Along those lines and I like a good chunk of the the majority of the album like ten songs is going to be. So many political, or like real RASA addressing issues and a lot of these should I wrote like a year ago. Okay so I haven't really. Truly. One of the songs I just dropped the verse like. 'CAUSE! A lot of this shit like I said I recorded E.. I recorded a long time ago, now dropping but I did a verse for undress the The kid that got shot. On Gardena. And he got shot in. The back can shit. The coroner's just released the official autopsy proving that he got shot in the back five times in a shares trying to claim self defense. That's hard to. That's hard to believe that when you shot him five times in the back. That's like saying. He committed suicide. He stabbed himself in back twenty five time. Exactly dog so like, but the thing is the thing that's crazy about that is. 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E121 Only 50% of People Hear Their Own Thoughts? + Things Men Do to NOT Bust QUICK! - No Chaser Ep 121

No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

1:06:55 hr | 4 months ago

E121 Only 50% of People Hear Their Own Thoughts? + Things Men Do to NOT Bust QUICK! - No Chaser Ep 121

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Jesus i will never let you go. You've taken me from the my rick. Ley you put my feet upon the rock and now i know Do you have any any jew. I feel it this you know. I didn't go to church on up. So don't know the songs okay. Don't know the songs but good for you told. I wasn't allowed to listen to church. Music gangster only gangsta rap. Oh so going a christian school of course we are also all like hip hop fans right but you know. Our teachers didn't want us listen to that. So my boy. Johnny brought a christian rap album and he played it for us and it was little something like this. I'm a jesus freak. Jesus freak eight days a week. I'm a jesus freak a bus a mother fucker head talking. See jesus christ. That's my shit bitch. Ou felt that one crew what schools first of all good. Everybody sheila if you are listening to this. I need you to go to the youtube channel right now. So you can witness. Tim's outfit glorious and if you're a shoe guy you should go to youtube so me nikki compares you saw was happening. I have on alternate eleven's that people hate eight and i'm wearing methods with people despise near heads don't like it. They can't afford it but they don't like it. And that retrea guys. I didn't bring any other shoes next three episodes so much. Oh it just living ever worn on the court saying people get mad about that shit but it's funny because those same people by all the ones that never work. What are you gonna be real mad when our team jordan's on my next off bro. I was about the bison team other day but they just too clunky. I loved him when i was a kid I i never wanted. Jordan's i also never had the pleasure of rocking the shaquille o'neal air force ones or no that shaquille jordan's with the All the payless. Our school colors were purple and gold. And you know we was broke. But yeah i wore the shock ones. I didn't even like the shack reebok's but now i love him of the hypnotize. The ones that look like though damn what else Speaking of payless. Definitely iraq the Air walks air will definitely okay A convince me that they were cool. Told me some rapper. Mars like that. Give me the where i thought mine were dope and you know how back in the day like we didn't have a lot of money so you only get one pair of she was a year and I remember my air walks getting so dirty and just torn up. And i wash them and they get kinda yellow still and i was like i gotta solution powhite out all along. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah but not undergoing all around us it was like you. Just wait till i run. Because he's about to crack all stayed whiten out my in whatever wise you that i was way. She got from k. swiss. Oh my god. What is your case with man or no fat leases no families. I thought that was a little tacky. You know what. I'm saying out our way with fat laces on everything here. If you have laces damage using the game had to be a certain color well my baby on my on the case with yet about our so fly one day man as school. i wore. I wore a canary yellow lacoste. It was fake. Of course but to match. I had found these. Spongebob laces at the liquor store. I put in my in my all wife forces point. I was fucking fly. That i was just thinking about this. The other day specifically We always tell stories about the. Yeah you know like I couldn't my family. Couldn't afford the jordan's going up. And i only have one pair of shoes for a whole year and like that's really motivated mita grind. And that's why. I low key like by so many shoes nowadays. But i never thought about how my dad built hearing me say that you know what i'm saying and one day i was in thailand and we my family and i saw these like a that i really lights. I hadn't seen anywhere else and i was like. Oh i'm gonna get these was like now. Let me let me get it for. You was like oh sure that he was like yeah. You know our feel bad. That i couldn't get you issue going up and i say oh said. I never liked this whole time sharing my stories about the come up and i never thought like my dad was like shit. I wish i could. Or he's here and he's always like he's been carrying if this with the my van i was like i felt like touched that he made that like that that that sentiment but i also was like shit. I feel kinda bad. You know it makes sense. Mom mom balmy most of the shoes but then she was sneaking like the air walk sometimes see balmy summer. Champion shoot again. Lied to me told me that. Rapper lives and then champion ended up being cool later but especially now and but i really like them. I like the air walks. And i like the championship. So that's why today i don't give a fuck. Jails about our shoe. I didn't even get my first pair of jordan's till i was in my twenties and it was my homegirl. Nancy who had a craze. Here's the i never even really. I didn't grow up around a lot of people. That was rocking jordan's all the time so i didn't see it so you outta sight outta mind. I wasn't worried like we were talking about dunks earlier and just liking nice sneakers like dita's just whatever was going to work. It was functional. And look good. I loved heels but when i got my first pair of jordan's she'd given to me on my birthday and then after that i was like okay i started building a little bit and then every pair of sneakers that i got that are expensive knocking ally. Where gift like. There's just some things. I really struggle with buying and paying a lot for and sneakers is that for me but like heels. I love heels and my dad used to be swaggie so a lot of the stuff that i saw my dad wear i wanna get and he always wore the round frames like my dad was known for wearing and so i bought round frames to and then when i was visiting my family yesterday my mom pulls out these glasses she goes. Hey are these yours. As i know those are mind. I was like no. My sister now is starting to go shopping and dad's back in dad's little collection of style. So my sister now started doing that thing. My dad did brag a lot about his fashion. We didn't he didn't buy it for us but my dad always kind of let us know. Don't trip off the price of things as swaggie and it looks good. Just where fucked the price and if they're worried about the price that's not the person that you want you talking to your boy stayed in the goodwill will search go shopping. I remember the first time. I actually stole something. From goodwill on accident by was shopping. I was bored. I put on some sunglasses. I must have warm out or put them in a pocket or something like that without thinking about it. I was probably six and mom's like you. You were those out anti by my ear clip though and now this rogue from the flea market sat out us not to harvey j and daddy robes for the robot appreciate it so warm I was gonna say the first time i ever got a pair of jordan's like legit ones. I think i had to be in like fifth sixth grade because up until then you know my parents. It was the fee. La's were like sixty. And then even like the little kid jordan's though like ninety one hundred right and i i would get the our get like. I didn't wear nikes because i felt my feet. Were too fat form. They were never comfortable for me back in the day. But i do a little fee lower dula reebok and then one day. I seen the ones that are really really liked. What is it. The fuck was the number. The ones with the couch on the side. Thirteen and i was like yo. My my parents kept seeing me. Go back to that. And i was like i can't do. It is one hundred. I can't do that you really want those. I don't so he. They got him for me. And i had never because all the kids i grew up around that was their share. So i sort of school is fucking gardena valley christian school Have into worth. And i i remember just walking in everybody tale. Oh j. with the nudes as aro yellow. And i was like. Wow okay. wow. I think for my kid i'm definitely gonna sprinkle in really dope shoes because that's that's different me and it made me care less about them like now warm and i warm like a kid and i got to see like okay. It's just fucking shoot. I see so later. If some feelers came out that i i'd say oh i want to feel instead of feeling like gotta jordan's i gotta have. So yeah i think early on. I'm to get them to deny shit. The regular shit and let them see us all the same shit that don't put it on a pedestal. Okay interesting arjan on me. i'm horny. Do rick also horny do okay. Sometimes everybody's needs an escape but those can be hard to come by right now and dipsy. I let yourself get lost in a world where good things happen. 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But also i saw this tweet of tiktok the other night that blew my mind and i wanted to just talk about this because it's so i was like taken aback shocked. I shared it with rick already. And and i'm just something. I'm having trouble wrapping my head around. Okay now let me ask you something when you are alone and you're going about your day and you think to yourself. Do you have an internal monologue. Are you like oh man. I gotta get this i got. Oh shit i m hungry which i eat. Is that going on in your brain. Yes okay same for me Same for rick come to find out that only happens in fifty percent of people may what yet. It's i can't picture being anything else. I don't get it. Do you guys see what you're supposed to be doing to like. I have visuals in there. So there's voices and visuals. That sounds crazy. But i can see what i'm supposed to do like i can visualize what i'm supposed to be doing argument. I can make visuals. Okay it doesn't just happen. Every time i think i have to almost like snap myself out of it like i daydream alive. Okay but i'm thinking. I'm just thinking about what i'm supposed to do and i can see it so if i'm zoning out that's because i'm trying to figure out what i'm saying. Okay i know what i'm saying saying what you're saying but but and that's interesting that you say that too because So but you do have an internal. Yes so so yeah. This tiktok was saying that she found out that only fifty percent of people have this internal monologue and then which led to replies from people. Who don't have that internal monologue being like. Wait what you guys hear yourself thinking. So then how does their brain words this out. So i'm reading the plots. First of all there was a apply from a lady. That was like whenever i saw them. Do that in movies like someone being like. Oh wow he's cute. I wonder. I wonder what i should wear today. God blah blah. They thought the movies were doing that for dramatic effect. They didn't think people actually had that going on in their head. Okay so how so. How does it work. I'm reading other replies. And it's basically what they're saying is that they see in more of like visuals. Oh okay instances of things happening as opposed like some like so how about when you gotta p. You're not like oh shit. I got p. And they're like it's more just like this feeling of like they feel like they gotta pee in then they see dick. Swear i and i was like i said. Can't you can't even really even fully grasp how that works. I get the visual part. Because like i'd mentioned i'm a little bit of both. Yes so if. I'm not hearing it. I see it but i couldn't imagine just seeing it especially because i i couldn't imagine not having the voice to go with the visual this dude. I know this filipino. Youtuber named mikey boost. Does he is all someone who doesn't have any internal monologue. So we're talking about it. And he was like the thought of constantly hearing myself think feel so exhausting to me like he feels like so wait. You're just vlogging in your mind. Twenty four seven. I gotta yes. I never thought of that. Have a him where you add the dance. Seattle event year. Yes did i hate him. I don't think so. Sounds like i told him last night. I feel like the people who have that. Are the people that i hate you instantly. Don't fuck the light. You don't hear yourself thing. I wasn't they boost. I don't like another reply. The kind of intrigued me is that somebody was like. Maybe that's why some people have a hard time sleeping because they're always if you hear your internal thoughts. Maybe that's we're keeping you up and for sure that's what keeps. That's why i need some type of noise. Something to keep me distracted from thinking about other sonoma intelligence on my brain. People don't have gone brands. I told myself. Shut up. Like i have to tell myself sometime. Shut up up. Or i started doing this when i start thinking about somebody that i don't want to think about like i feel like things just pop up that i don't want there sometimes and i tell it i started doing this. And it's huddled. I don't wanna talk to you right now. I tell whatever person that i'm thinking about. I don't wanna talk to you right now. leave me alone. And then that's how. I stopped in my head in my in my head. I started doing that. Because i had heard that. When you think of people and you're missing somebody it's because they're thinking about you so if you tell them or whatever it is that you can't stop thinking about like leave me alone it's supposed to help So there's times where. I tell myself shut chop and i listened to medication. So it's not my voice anymore and i'm hearing somebody else's no i'll probably say this before but whenever have trouble sleeping South of god woman. I s are praying And i always feel bad. Because you know i feel like the praying does for me something similar to a like counting sheep. You know what. I'm saying because your your your brains focus on one thing but it's not something like goal oriented you feel me so i'm lacking boring boring. Sorry you'll be talking about that so we're having a conversation. I start every with god. Hey man how are you. And i'm like you know how this is going to end. Maybe this way. I'm sorry i'm gonna fall asleep. But this is how it goes. And so i feel like as i cycled through everybody. I want blessings for and and i want to be healthy and everything thankful for eventually my brain just kind of trails often. I'm obviously you pray out loud or is this just colonel. Its internal. this is earl I've said out loud prayers. But this is more internal. I'm just. I'm just hit me in the internal monologue. How do those people pray. Oh do they how do they read silently like what are they hearing. What are they seeing. What the fuck okay. 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Free includes a prepaid return shipping label and five pairs at home. Four dot com slash. Chaser is so i randomly on. I did a instagram questions. Thing last night. Because i realize sometimes when i say hey do you have questions for us. They don't want to ask because it's personal questions. I finally it was like oh does honestly not nasima. Some niece nicely madhu posted doing all the time. So we have many questions for us Some of them are cute. Short answer some of them are like deeper ones so Let's get into it Let's go let's go look a quick one first. How'd your very first sponsorship on social media. Go and how did you get it. Do not oh. God i do. I know you remember. I remember yours which were was quick. I brand ever had to be in two thousand seven or some shit. I'll still shooting my little skits on my little. Fuck in hand held camcorder That my parents and ness quickey me up and they were like. Hey we would be willing to pay you five hundred dollars if you do a post for our contests and i was like what because at this point i was just uploaded free and i was like i'm getting. Oh my god. This is crazy. Shot a cute little skit with eric. and a he had them dress up like a girl she was funny and And i remember funny shit about sponsorships. And i've talked about this before but like in the beginning even when i was getting ads on my video when i first started getting ads kids. Were like wow you sold out. I can't believe so can't believe you sold out bro. But now they get it. You know what. I'm saying. Now now i do do some as you know. It's kind of obvious. I don't use this product and get your money to bag bro. It's weird when they started realizing like not selling out fuck. It's a part of the job so you know you don't pay me get paid. I've worked with a lot of companies allotted. i mean i had the flat tummy t. I worked with the sweat stuff. And here's the thing actually used all the products that i got sponsored for but i would say the one that stood out the most that i would say that check came in and i was like holy shit. I get paid to do this. Was this live streaming company. That i was working with and they were paying me two grand for a certain amount of our every month so i was making that money and on top of whatever they were sending in the app so it was it was called live star and it was way before everybody started doing like twitch and those types of things and so they were gifting. I thought i made it like every time somebody saw me. I was livestream. That was doing that. And i was actually like a streamer in everyone around me started getting involved too and i think that's when more people started realizing the breakdown the potential and the money in it and there would be times that i would ask people to come and just livestream with me and then i would break them off. They're like this is crazy and that was the first time and the one deal that i was like this. Is it the clothes that was cool. But i've been doing that for a long time because of the modeling so i didn't really feel. That was that moment. When i got the money and it was the check. The deposits were coming in. I was like i'm done. I made it. I'm just gonna be eaten on camera for the rest of my life and let me just say when y'all hear me talking about my deep sea diving watch from movement. I love it. I do not remember my first one. I've been trying to think this whole time. I don't remember my first. But i do remember my first big one because it was such a fucking shot. I don't think we're allowed to say who would. I don't remember what we signed. Whatever but i'll tell you. The video was all about farts and we had to submit an idea before getting approved. Yeah and it got approved now. And i didn't. We didn't know what the money was going to be before writing the script and it was the first big one we got your back. Yeah i don't know what it was for him definitely more but for me. It was twenty down for some far. Okay i live for every week. Leeann leeann and jessica. I don't remember who yours. I definitely had mine was mark graham mariah okay by was in yours. Yes it was. It was it was. Ok okay. smoke smoking Man who knows word. Yes yes yes yes. Yes yes okay. I'll stick like i had smoke coming out of the fun mark and i was like. Wow this is for the cool one. One video yeah about farting crazy was it wasn't about farting but that's what my concept was a lot going on shit like that and it was a lot of money for that. I'll say. Oh wow that. I like this job. That's cool man. That's definitely like one of the blessings of dish it right when you're like. Oh man. I can't believe i'm getting paid to make a fucking dumb as far video. I mean and i love it. I love far videos. And i love fart jokes My favorite part of being a father is how much the baby farts says. It's great because it's so much farting nikki. Blades it's hilarious a little baby. I got a car when i got into radio. Snow forts pootie pootie s car. I don't know what air freshener they had. But that was another one too. That i was like holy shit. All i had to do was do a little interview with them and post my social every once in a while and i was driving around a brand new blacked out custom camaro for like a year. She was wild. I was like this is crazy but you get to see the potential like everything now. There's opportunities there's opportunities everywhere and you just start looking at it that way and i feel like a lot of kids nowadays. They're starting to pick up on it and they're starting to get the sponsored lifestyle isn't about somebody going and have to date and have sex with somebody to get sponsored. That's you don't gotta do that. You can just post on social. Come up with cool content and make that a lifestyle because people appreciate it and like you said we're not paying you so somebody got order to keep you putting out that work so it's dope only take a second real quick and say how much i hate that Girls who was fucking people for money took over the word sponsor. They didn't like it didn't already mean a thing. I shit i forgot. I was going to say to Yes once i had I was on a panel and it was For like you know some social media people and and it was also brands and it was kind of all about like the relationship between the personalities and the brands and how to bridge that gap. And a what do you like working with in terms of companies. what do you dislike. And one of the people i was on i was on that panel with a sham budi shambhu ram and there was also a representative there for like a a a a a bigger Talent all right Who was her. This person like handled that girls brandy or whatever right and so she got a win into this whole thing. She's like she's like you know we make sure from my client that like You know she really cares about the product and like if she's using the product for for this amount of time really make sure it's something she can like commit to and it's something we value and now like let her go and i was like you guys. I will plug anything. Y'all he's flat. Wtn yeah. i'm like if y'all are paying me. I will literally was damn near your mom because as long as it doesn't go against my morals and you know and so everyone kind of laughed but they knew all serious words do came up to me is like i think you're gonna get a lot of deals real man just fucking put it out there but I used to really be on asher to if i if i went. Use this shit. I don't want to promote you. Know the for a minute with the type of content we may they would tell me shit like i mean there's like liquor companies knows that because it was a family friendly and i'm like i don't fucking drink comes in like what he won't to do and i never did that until it was like somebody who i felt was cooler and i was like i for you i'd do it fucking Nile yeah yes Party room napa cardio room and say all right do but i was very clear yano. I don't drink you that's all. It's all about just kind of being genuine about it. You know what. I'm saying. That like the one i refuse to do anything with dating sites dating apps like a lot dating people want me because i never really posted my relationship so everybody just assumed i was single. I was like. That's just the one thing i could not do. Everything else. i was okay. With and i use a lot of the products that the companies that were reaching out inmates liquor companies even say the tummy t because a lot of people. Make fun of it. I used it you know so. Many people threw shade. I body shaming but i used it it served. Its purpose if you know if you read the damn package knew he was gonna be shitting all day. That was the job of it anyways but the one thing i just could not do and the money makes you think about it and but that was my line i was like i can't do anything dating related especially if i'm in a relationship that to me was the ultimate like fraud. You damn fraud if you are in a relationship going dating show. Somebody's people really be in full bloom. Relationships going on dating show bags and that ship blows my mind. And i was like there's my line you know okay. You know what. I'm fronting out here guys. I'm pretending like our push any product. But i'm not gonna lie. There has been times where there was something. I couldn't do because i was like. I would feel like a sellout if i did this. And it was a game app company. Hit me up. And they wanted me to do a rap about their game. And i was like i kinda corny for me like i really kinda take my rap seriously saying i'm like i don't wanna do that but i'm like i'll tell you what i'm more than down to do. An r and b song. About your game right. There were like yeah. That's that's cool. I'm but here's what i'm gonna do. And this is how i normally do. And i'm working with companies. I'll throw out my craziest idea to them. And then i wait for them to bring it back. Which is what they normally do. And we meet somewhere in the middle right. So i wrote this fucking song that that was a weaved in like words and shit from the game but it was all about eating. Ask basically it was. It was a romantic army nineties. Rb song about eating ass right. And i'm not to sit there like okay. Maybe bring that back a little bit. I'm like deal. So i'm telling you i felt like i took out any crazy verbiage and are kept it all innuendo at this point. It was all like it could go either way type flirty lyrics and they still wasn't fucking with it and i'm like i'm getting frustrated at this point right so finally i was like all right. This bag is great. Guy was just tell me. Tell me what you would want me to say. In this song. They sent me. their ideal. lyrics wasn't funny. It was just basically talking about the game but in my head i was like fucking just do it right and i was doing it and i was like. I can't do this. You felt. I just couldn't do it. I was like i. I hate this so i don't feel comfortable with this. If i do this. I will feel like a sell out for the first time. I wrote them guys. No no no thank you. Glory to god. Once again. I wrote an email to my my the middle person who got me the brandy. I'm like a dog. i can't do this man. tell him. I can't do this and he was like hold a second. I think they might be realizing that you might be too much. And they they might pull out of the deal and he got me half of the money from the brand just for my work then put in already saw. Thank god how yeah that worked out. You did work out it. Luckily kids read your contracts. Yeah make sure you get to make sure you get contracts because it's easy to get dicked out of some money. Yeah definitely oh yeah all right well those good guys and everybody got that limit all right. Let's see let's see let's see okay. Here's a question for the guys and you can. You can give us some input as well. Nikki blades listen nicholas. So how do i last longer in bed. My first time. I lasted three seconds on the penetration but foreplay be drei etcetera. Last longer which i feel like is pretty common. Is james cage what it sounds like and how to last longer in bed. First of all. I say this everybody's first time. You bus super-quick. I mean i know i did not three seconds. Not these seconds. I think he wasn't alone. I think i got a good maybe three pumps in and i was like all right. It's a rat bro. But it was more. Oh shit you'll so much goes through your mind the first time you you actually bus with a woman. 'cause it's like you know you know i wasn't wearing a condom right and then in my head i'm like oh my god is my first time. Do i tell her about to come. Do i do i come on her. Like in porn do i do it. Should i in my hand. What she want all my god. I'm putting my pulling out too fast. Like what am i going to do it on her sheets. Oh my god you know what i'm saying like and then for me I definitely like pulled out. And afterwards like i think i might have got a little bit and you and then there was a whole thing to had to get the morning after pill. It was a whole mess right condoms. First time i feel like you should definitely go for the condoms. Because you know bro. You don't know when you're gonna bus and it's probably going to be quick as far as me figuring out how to last longer. That really came which is practice right. The more you do it the better you get at it and and i remember This is fucked up. I've told the story to. But let's keep telling old stories my mind you when i lost my virginity. I only had sex with that girl. One time 'cause we weren't together anything like that and just kind of something that happened. And then the second time i had sex was with different girl and she was kind of like she thought she was going to get like some great sex. You know what. I'm saying An but i wasn't ready at all like we were just fucking making out and she was like you ready and i was like for for what and and so an insult like she maneuvered me in my head. I'm like oh shit going down like Here we go and then was in the middle of it. And i was like hold on. She's thinking she's like what i'm like. I and immediately. And i've told the story but she was. Oh aw pressure you guys are under it is you. Guys are under a lot of pressure. But you know what i'm starting to realize we bring it on ourselves side guy some tips for bro. If you know it's going to happen try to off before. Yeah just get that first one out. Try to control your thoughts. What happens is we get so excited for it. And we're thinking about it this whole time. Were already kinda internally jagged. Yeah thinking about and it sounds silly but that's the thing it happens. It's going down there so try not to get too excited and think about that too much so that one is time. You didn't waste a bunch of that energy Relax your but when you're thrusting all knees and quads hamstrings don't squeeze dad's gonna. It's gonna feel too good. This is about trying to give her the pleasure i so she doesn't do what that girl did him. Traumatize you. Yeah now winger not squeezing your case is now gonna feel as good fair warning for you but is gonna make a little bit longer What do you what do you think about when you're trying. Because i guy talked something differently to keep them bussing to quick. Okay so. I was just about to bring that up. That doesn't really work for me. Really like forcing thoughts outside. That will take me completely out of it. You know what. I'm saying right which work. But if she's paying attention and what are you looking at here. So here is whenever. I'm in that situation and i'm and i'm trying to think of some different shit because i don't wanna bus well. Luckily for me I save the hidden. It from the back for last will make a bus right like Because it's just the best and so when you're back there she doesn't see your face you be every year you know you could be looking at the fucking the tv the posters on the wall. One thing that you used to always work for me. It's so fucking asians. Who is i. try to see how high can multiply. So i'm in there like all with four four hundred eight to nothing. I can only imagine being in that moment and two times two is four. I have an internal monologue. The person that does do people thinking even worse now or in my in my older years i would freestyle in my head. So i'm in my head like yo. I'm coming off the time. So i'm just trying to rhyme and shit you know off the top trying not to come to talk and then a technique that we know as the ladies. We know that you guys are doing to last longer. Also is the switching it up like going from doing it to not doing it to get back to a little four play switch positions. You can also adjust and do things like that too if you don't wanna stay in it because some people just can't get out if you can't be in there you know what's going to happen get out because also what that does to for us as it builds this anticipation and a lotta times. I think people forget about that as well. Like there's a flow you get a rhythm and depending on who you're with too because sometimes quick is good. Sometimes we don't want some y'all be just too damn long stop. This isn't fun anymore because it does hurt after awhile and especially if you are once. I'm dying off of me and then issues. Yes so it's good to wanna last and especially learning your partner that's the best part and then being okay with its confidence to right. 'cause there's times where you've been with somebody that's who they know what they're doing and then you're just like oh shit they switch it up on you know what it is is confidence and comfort right. Yes he has the times. Where i like was really like perfecting my stroke and lasting long time is when one in relationship because your comfort that comfortable with that person. You're not fucking stressed about anything else and And there's no pressure because you know you tomorrow and ain't new no more rain. No build the same ladies. We know not all of them can go back to back so stop fucking pressing them. Sometimes you can you like. I've been told if you don't get the fuck off for me. This does not out. And i know i've been really like it was good and i want more. I'm like okay and then the guy's like please give me five ladies. We have to be understanding as well. Let's do it again. that's me. i'm like yeah we go. I'm over here like ready. Hello skus me wake. I'm like to do another thing you said about. If you feel like you know just to kind of switch it up to to get out and do some four play and go back in you. Definitely gotta make sure. She's not about the bus when you do that. It is if if okay guys is she says right there. Don't stop. don't stop anything you're doing. It's same. I know it may seem like you wanna be doing extra shit because you saw important. No babies stop. It is right there. She is there. Do not stop what you're doing. I don't care you better start be focusing on the goal until she gets there because there is nothing worse than you thinking that you're doing something and if i say right there and you switch it's literally You just move a little bit and it's gone. Y'all get so mad because it it's tough to get to that point and then when you're there just stay it sounds annoying and it may not be what you wanna do definitely can't be annoying yagi there right when we are ready to get away right a fucking gibb. I mind but that yeah. That's really when the mental comes in but the thought should not necessarily be. Don't bus focus on her. Yes that's what worked for me. A lot is when i would take the focus off of my pleasure. Because even though like i say not clenching. It doesn't feel as good. It's still feels fucking grayton suggests focus on her first Ladies though star being more vocal when you finish 'cause girls vs sneaky dirty. John quietly so they keep going like no. Tell me so. I can do this crazy. How many ladies have never came like there are so many women that have never came including by themselves. They wanna take young saab lying seriously. Stop to your partner. Stop lying to yourself. If you haven't came. Don't tell them you did because now you're you're unhappy and you're building that up yourself and it's only your fault right because if you think that you're doing this and all this other stuff and in her head she's like this is not working out and you're gonna keep letting him do the same thing over and over you got to communicate but come okay. Oh no no. I was gonna say but comfort and confidence in the bedroom does get built over time and especially if it is with one person and it's nice to be able to experiment and if you do have that comfort with your partner you both will start having better sex because you are communicating. Yeah i've one such a dope experience. I had with a random hookup who who was like somebody. It wasn't like a one night stand. Who is someone i kind of knew. And then we ran. We hooked up and the first time was trash of off from my part. You know what i'm saying because You know like we said. The is is pretty complicated. Sometimes you know what i'm saying because sometimes mentally. You might be so into a girl or thinks you so hot. You can't get up you can't you can't get hard. Because it's you're you're so much anticipation and so much pressure of i want to do. Well that like european is is like. I'm co dog in infinity war. When the whole just wouldn't come out win. Bruce banner probably needed him. That's what happens right. And so i i just could not get it up and it went on finally did i busted mad quick and i was like i fucked. And she was like man. You know the first time it's never good. I was like thank you for being grown and thank you for Saying that so it's like that's one of the benefits of the relationship and the comfort and the consistent partner you know I was gonna say you know when we were talking about thinking of different shit during the stroke we have a boy superego. He's a salary that one thing that he would help him he would think of. This is like one of his relatives like vini lakes that he doesn't just make you idle just everything to what rick said. Look i also have had experiences. Where i'm so in the mind. State of lemme not bus. I'm a think of something else. That i'm i went too far and now i'm so disconnected that oh shit i'm soft now. There's nothing worse single. And was that me or is i mean was that are we good and then that creates a whole nother level of insecurities that you don't want to deal with if you could avoid that because let me tell you the moment. It goes soft. She's instantly going. what did i do i know. She's a covered. Because sometimes you did do something. I'm not yet. Sometimes we'd like you did something wrong. There's something wrong with you. did something wrong now. Your that's one of those things like the same way. Girls will lie and say they finished when they didn't men don't know how to say well. You did x. y. z. Like how do you get to that point as his but Do we have other questions. It don't matter okay. So i have a question. Something you brought up Do women get to be mad when they don't finish if they've never finished. I mean by themselves at all. No she don't know she's not about okay. Why the fuck do they do that. I've never i've seen i. I know girls who complained. Bow guys never get yati yada and then the conversation goes on. Dave never done it themselves. Fugger humanity him. I've never just don't work. i'm thinking about it. I've never met a woman. Well at least in my circle will wall talking about sex has never came so. I don't even know what that experience is for women that have not experienced so i don't know i don't think that you get the you have the right to complain about whatever you want but in all reality that's your fault for women in order to come it's yours it's yours to deal with first before blaming anybody else if you've never came on your own then what are you mad about. You don't know what you're missing out on. So are you just angry because everybody else's upset maybe it's kind of the equivalent of like. Oh yeah hello bitches which you lying. And is she lying. You know what know kind of like is that. It's a lot of different stigmas. Come into play at once. Yes i feel like society will will tell men that all the pressure is on them. Is your job to make everybody happy in the bedroom and also it. It tells women that were early on. I don't know how it is now but like it's gross for them to masturbate. Or they're they can't sexual people and a lot of the things i mean. That's it there. So women are still exploring their sexuality and being able to discuss it a lot of times men just no. It's very obvious when a man comes when a woman comes. Everybody is different. It's very different. Everybody there's so many different ways to have an orgasm so imagine feeling all these things and not knowing how to identify it let alone finding anybody to talk to about it. And then when you're with someone you feel as though you have to stroke their ego as well because just like the pressure is for men to perform. It's for the women to not disappoint their man. Because if i don't make him feel good in the bedroom he's gonna leave me. And as we continue to have the conversations more women are now saying like. Yeah i you know. They talk about some of their early experiences on the first time that they've never had an orgasm and when you talked to a woman that hasn't you can kind of look at a pattern a lot of it mainly involves the judgement inside and in order for a woman to come. You have to be free in your mind. You must let go of whatever you're thinking about. That's why they say women. It's a mental thing and so imagine if a woman is feeling insecure how is she going to be able to release to come. So that's a one hundred percent facts finished with. No no no no okay. So i was gonna say That's probably why they're feeling insecure too. So imagine sitting next to girls who escorted all over my man and talking about all these crazy things and oh yeah. I do this this and this and this and that woman is confident ourselves and then the woman next door is like. I've never came so now. It's almost like this. Shame over her. Yes even though it's not being placed on her you internalize that like damn. Is there something wrong with me. When i was younger and beginning to do with different ladies You know i've said this before. Like i really You know i've been told. I'm good at going down I'm a cunning linguist you know and But with my experience different women the ones that were like. Oh no guys like never made me come from that. Or i don't like it. Were the ones that are like. Oh i don't i don't even like the way i i don't like look down there. I don't even like a guy down there. I was like bro. Like if you can't get comfortable just letting somebody go down there. How are you going to fully enjoy saying those sentences be like when we were younger You know the girls who are really kind of just insecure about how they're like vaginas looked Or their volvos looked but when you do all the women who are like yeah man come on. I'm trying. I'm trying to get these nut. Eighteen chilling brugh down. They will always like enjoy themselves and some partners are better like women get in relationships with people that they may be compatible in other aspects of it. But sexually there's something off right and if you don't communicate that you don't know and there's times where you you know when a lot of people talk about maybe that one random hookup for that one dude. That just like everybody. Has that one that when you're thinking about it you're like we would never be in a relationship but i would do him every day. There's something about those people so if you hooked up with somebody and that person made you feel a type away and you were free and you didn't care like just wild and loved yourself then love the experience like remember those things about it. Why was it so a lot of it is because there's no judgment when you talk about the hookup or the one night stand or that one do that. You're like i know this is all we're doing. I don't care what you think about me. This sex is great but if you keep that mindset in a relationship you said it i might be thinking about stuff and now i'm mad at you about not taking the fucking trash right and and that's the type of things that could be going on in your head because it's not the same experience for us as it is for you guys. You guys are completely overwhelmed by the feeling like. It's really euphoric for you. Guys for the most part but sometimes ladies they like guys be in there and you're literally not getting the same. It's two different pages. You guys are on so if you haven't came learn your body be comfortable with it. Know that you're sexy and your beautiful and figure out what works for you joe. Some people like insertion some people like outer some people want to be grabbed or smacked or choked or j old jiggled. Whatever does it for you find someone you're comfortable with a to explore like be okay with finding somebody that you can open up that way. It's very vulnerable very very vulnerable. But when you find somebody that you can learn some things with you remember that can be open minded today. S should man not just in the bedroom but in life people people keep themselves some experiencing so much good share. Because they're afraid to try new things you silly so stupid One point. I really wanna make though as much as sex is about a partner in another person knowledge. You have to stop judging you. I a lot of that judgment nikki's figuring it's coming from within like we can say society this society in the bedroom society ain't about to come knocking doing. You're just talked. They don't know your judging you and the more you blame society or what you think he might think or she might think you're never going to get it right. And then you have those instances where you you do that one time and you cling to that person because you think that person made it possible but it was you you let go for a minute and it worked. Just keep letting go that. Hold on to that one birth tomorrow religious people out there that was feeling song to beginning before. That's how you got here. We'll horny man. God god's look. I feel like god's not like look i was just kinda feel like ma'am i've been. I went to christian school for for a big part of my life. You know god. God was instantly as a part of my life and And i'm horny. Do you feel me. And i did a lot of horny things out of wedlock before marriage. And i'm pretty blessed like in the grand scope of things for like dumb somebody was gaga version. Pregnant says that jess like look i think. Sex sex is a blessing Sexist blessing and self exploration. To when. I when i went when i took my human sexuality class my women's studies class specifically and i remember this and i've told the story but And they put into groups. It was a whole week dedicated to masturbation and they put us all in groups to discuss our first masturbation experience. Because the emphasis was you know Society kind of makes women feel like dirty about touching themselves exploring themselves and we kind of went around Discussing and it was. It was a couple of girls. Like i've never masturbated or i did masturbate until my boyfriend's showed me how saying because it was like they were raised to feel like oh that's gross masturbating is only something guys do but the but the fact is like really. How are you going to be able to. How are you gonna tell a man how to please you. If you don't know how to please is a society is a parents parents religion. I think all that kind of shit because think about some of the things that we use on a daily basis were things were invented to stop you from masturbating and a lot of the narrative. I mean that's what graham crackers. The internet is crazy. You can look this stuff but a lot of it is the combination of the two. My parents are very open very open. But my dad's straight up said like what's my role on sakes don't have it but but i knew what was up at a very young age wasn't ashamed of my body which is probably a big part of my sexuality and why i feel so comfortable in my skin and especially in the bedroom because i've always been that way but it's a combination because my dad always made it clear like you can go and have sex with whoever you want. You can do whatever you want understand. It's a double standard for you. He's like i can go fuck everybody. I'm the man you fuck everybody. You're a ho and that's not meet telling you that society telling you that so if you get the combination. It's a little bit of both. I would say your parenting style. Some parents really shame their kids. Like it's just a lot of shame. And then religion just imagine stacking all of that then going outside and being told if you dress this way. You're this if you do this. Then you're that if you're having sex and you like somebody choking that means it stays where you're not allowed the same anybody nothing nowadays. That's why we go in a hell in a hand bat wartime salads out here man he he's he's. He's the devil's at work every day. And i'm not saying big up. I'm just saying he's out here. I'm just saying i see you play on. I see you a little bit doing your thing. I look around. You do a little too much slow down. Last year was rough. Yoke me man. I'm married john. Thank you for watching another episode of the no as podcasts You got a closing statement like you wanna say. Oh i don thank you for watching. We appreciate you. We love you onto the blades that the fbi has certain mystique tv shows and movies paint a picture of intrigue the when you're in the fbi that intrigue is real. You peel back to uncover truth. You push through boundaries for the sake of justice. 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#171 Steve Zolotow: A Trip Through Gambling Lore with a Poker Legend

"Poker's legendary champions next generation stars tireless astor's agape sharing their wisdom and guiding your journey until high achievements on the green felt chasing boettger greatness with your host brad wilson. Welcome to another episode of the chasing fokker greatness podcast as always this is your host. The founder of chasing poker greatness dot com coach. Brad wilson and today's guest on c. p. g. is a living legend in the poker sports betting world who is a treasure trove of amazing amazing stories. The one and only steve. The bald eagle zala. Tau seve's pat the. Cpg was pretty unique. I was doing my monthly webinar for poker. Coaching dot com. When i got a question. From steve zula. Toto whose name i totally butchered. Because my brain was way too slow and making the connection. It was so slow in fact that the first question i asked was. Oh are you. Related to steve zaal. I when i finally gathered my wits. I- awkwardly asked him out on a date. While i was on the job he gave me his digits and the rest as they say is. History steve's career in the skilled gambling arena has now spanned fifty years and he is routinely found himself smack dab in the middle of some of the most iconic periods of time in all of gambling lore. Here's a little taste to wet. Your appetite steve was a member of the famous mayfair club that used to be the favourite haunt of poker legends. Eric sidell younger howard. Lederer jason lester and palma grill. Steve was the first to meet a caltech analytics. Wizard who would go on to change the course of the entire sports betting industry today show with steve z. Will eventually be a two parter. And maybe more than that. If i can convince him to keep coming back on because locked away in his mind are way way. Too many amazing poker stories to unravel in only a couple of short hours. So now without any further ado strap into your seat and prepare to go. On an adventure through the well lived life of a poker icon. This is steve zala tau on chasing poker greatness. Steve how you doing sir not gonna blackmail me with any. I don't think so anything. You say that you want to take it out. You can tell me to take it out. And i'll take it out at a price to give like a miranda ordering tiny steve. Welcome to the jason poker. Greatest podcast sir. It's great having you. We've made it through some various tax issues but here we are safe. Insecure how you doing this afternoon sir. Great how about you. I'm doing quite well. I'm excited to be talking to you. This came about in a strange way is a strange way for me to get a podcast guest. I was Doing coaching webinar. And i saw a question in the chat. And i was like stephen zala to that was like. Hey wait is that. I wonder if he's related to steve z. And then you're like oh now. It is steve zeke. So yeah pretty cool. Still taking part in webinars plug you in the Your crew our little I think one of the things that's really good especially during the pandemic when you have a lot of time to kill. If you're thinking of well. Should i watch the news tonight or should i watch some. Tv show turn on a webinar with one of the poker people. And you know people say when you're a very good player something you don't need coaching. You need help. You don't need this but the reality is everybody always has things to learn. And even the best chess is a good example of these things because the top chess players in the world have coaches that they could beat easily if they played them but the chess knows things that can help fill in some of their weaknesses. So i mean. I think i've learned a lot from watching you and jonathan aflac and a bunch of those people will not atro- i appreciate it. I appreciate the plug in i mean. Roger federer's got coaches right like every every elite athlete on the planet. Who's the best at what they do. Lebron james has coaches. everybody has coaches. And there's a reason for that because you know just multiple reasons accountability Wisdom life lessons just very specific areas to target to improve that. Like you know that general person or general coach can't just like the specificity of coaches can just really help elevate you and you know. And there's the deal is we talked a little bit about this and the pre show to that like we're all going to die and i know that i'm going to die and not have everything in poker figure it out because i see the complexity of the game i. I'm just aware of it and i know that like you can't figure it all out and so that's that's the deal with anything that is complex any sport any activity pretty much. Anything you just. You're never gonna learn it all you're never going to know it all and you need coaches to help fill in those gaps in gaining edge. In fact that's one of the reasons you'll hear a lot of great players talk about other great players and say how terrible they are and what really happens is. Let's say you're a pretty good player. You make a thousand mistakes. Let's say you're a great player. In the same situation. Joni would have made two hundred mistakes. A great player makes two hundred and great player be makes two hundred mistakes but they have one hundred in common and one hundred they each make that the other guy doesn't make so when i see player be make a mistake that i know was a mistake and that i don't make i say boy that guy's thought that good and when he sees me make a mistake that he doesn't make he says boy that guy's not that good and we might be very equal reach looking at the other guy and saying what a donkey. Yeah that's i mean that's the greatest bomb straight out of the gate. It's like there are so many available and possible mistakes especially in a game like poker. That is not very hard to pick somebody apart and find some clear mistakes that they made and if the situation is reversed of course they're gonna find tons of mistakes that you've made as well and that's just the nature of fokker because it's a. It's a game of you know first of all like clouded by bias in. There's so much unknown information that like sometimes it's even hard to identify mistakes that people make because you may have some. You may have some some bias like you've seen the result and that just automatically distorts your perception of how they played the hand. It's it's interesting. It's very tough. I've been watching some of the high roller things and poker go. Because i was a lot of fun days. I've been watching me playing. And saying what was i thinking. How could i you other players playing think this is supposed to be one of the top players in the world. What was he doing. You know it's very. It is very easy and especially when you see all the whole car. Juno niagara saying well. Clear to me is bluffing. When i was at the table. It wasn't so clear that he was bluffing. Right because you're you're trying to find indicators that the villain is bluffing when you know that they are so like you know exactly what you're looking for and then you can rewind and watch it twenty times and kind of see it but like when you're in the arena and the pressure is on. There are so many inputs. There's so many different things you're thinking about strategy chip stacks. Icm mt mtv's just like so many different factors like not trying to give anything away right like just it's tough. It's tough to navigate. And you can't manage all these things at the table every single hand that you play so things slipped through. The cracks and know leaks or mistakes are easily found by the observer but if the roles were verse the observer would likely be making many more mistakes in the same exact spot. That is absolutely true. Lmu especially as you get further away right now. I think computer wise. They've done a very good job. Of analysing limit holdem and. They showed a lot of light or no limit. Hold but as you get into games that are less and less well analyzed. Nobody knows what's right. And i played mixed games for longtime and i grew up in new york background will played dealer's choice. And you people would make up a game inuits like i wanna play to boards one board for high one board for low and it's card speak. The next guy would play a game. Well we're going to play the same thing but ace's are only ones they can't count for high somebody else would say. Well let's change it a little bit. Let's play high low declare so now you'd be playing declare instead of cards speak and the games were always evolving and you had to be quick on your feet figuring out what a game was so this begs the question and i want to get into your story but you kind of opened a door here. That is something. I think about a lot and i find very interesting what you the way that you ended there. What a game was. So let's broaden that. And i just want to ask you what is poker right because i think that like when you understand sort of the fundamental elements of poker you can kind of make sense of most of the games. Just they're just changing forms and formats so to you. What would you say is like fundamentally what's happening in these games Where you get cards and the best end is a royal flush and you played against human beings. I'm in it's avert you. You know it's kind of in all games there are variations and poker is one the games with the most variation if you talk about High versus low versus high low. And in a way. You say well when you're playing low ball you just flip the ratings around but you don't really for example. Take an easy case you're playing stud poker and your opponent catches deuce you can say to yourself. Well that's probably a bad card but it might be very good. He might have two doses in the hole and he just made trips. If you're playing razz in your opponent catches a king. It can never be a good car you know it might not error. Were might pair. But it's for sure bad card. So what cards are good. What cards are bad. Some things are considered poker by some like. I played a one point. A lot of chinese actually won a world series of poker bracelet and chinese poker and to me. That's a card arrangement game. It's not really a poker game. Even though the rank of hands uses poker rankings. whereas let's say as you move to other games triple draw deuce to seven. That's a poker game. You're going for deuce to seven type lows. And i don't know how many of your listeners familiar but the normal best low hand if you play most poker game is is two three four five games. You're not allowed to have a straight or flush so those counter only is high induced to seven the aces high and the straights and flushes. Count against you. So the best hand is two three four five seven which is an straight doesn't contain as doesn't contain a pair. We start playing doogie then. You can have two of the same suit. So it's very you know where you draw. The line of will poker goes all the way over here but it doesn't include key. You know who knows you know. It's got the same kind of betting patterns. Well what's the difference in a carter range game like chinese poker and then a game like deuce to seven. We'll do seventy betting bluff reduced. Seven is actually in many ways a much shorter sweeter game that hold him. You don't have to worry about firing three bullets so much. You know it's kind of. Let's say you pick up remember. Seven five or three two is the best low hand. Go now you decide you get refunds and two fours three deuces into sevens yourself. Nobody is going to have a very good hand. So i raise of somebody calls and they draw. I made a big bet so it's very good. It's no limit a big action game not triple draw seven as the same kind of thing but it's limit so the hand values change around because pat hand is not nearly as good when your opponent is going to have three chances to draw against you versus when they have one chance droid edge. Do the any little equity is going to be a lot less to. I would assume dilemma game limit. Game like you always have great pods and so you're going to be calling a lot. Especially after the third draw and no limit game with one draw. My assumption is like there's more fold equity to be had. I think it's absolutely true. Well in general my my thing that. I would tell a student. If i was coaching somebody is that in limit games on the river. Your default option is always to call. The words is ketan bets in the pond. More bed you call and unless you have a really really strong reason you can't beat his board or whatever it happens to be you know then you could fall. Yeah they turned their cards over. And you see that. They win no limit. It's the reverse when they make. Pots is battle in the end. You're getting two to one odds but unless you have a really strong reason to call. Your default is two fold and oats It's a very different situation. Well it's the what's interesting. Is i think this people still over fold and hold them too because like even getting to two one is like thirty three percent equity to win right and like that's not a high number and like it's easy to overblown and a lot of situations In a limit game getting like ten to one or fifteen to one. I mean we're talking like single digits Equity that we need to call a battle the river and that's like just a slam dunk every time except the big trap sort of interesting because i just played this and for the heads up end of a mixed game tournament at the high roller tournament. Though there's a lot of money involved and we get to limit holdem and my opponent was bluffing. I raised he raised. Bore you with the details of the hand now he bad eli. this was. Who's a very elazragh. Alley electra right. So we're heads up. And i'll tell you my hand was i think queen seven suited on the button. Heads up. I raise he calls. The flop comes as queens more card with two diamonds. I bet detracts i bed. He raises now. The board pairs the ace abets. I call now in the end some low blankets and he beds again. I'm getting really great price for call so the obvious place to call except he knows that i have some kind of a good hand. He knows i'm going to call. So would he keep on bluffing in this situation. And i thought about it and i said well you know we're playing for a lot of money. Is you really gonna try a free barrel bluff in limit poker by for my hand away and he had a diamond dross. My parents was good. You know and you say to yourself afterwards. What the what the f. was i thinking we could say. The f word your your. It's it's okay you know it's like i look at the video and i said i can't believe that the commentators say he can't believe it but you know in the spur of the moment. It just seemed like well. He knows i'm going to call so he wouldn't possibly be bluffing. So i can fold safely and he was he had funk me whatever you see they interesting thing about limit holdem is like you always get a good price that call right but also always get a really good price to bluff like like on the river. It's like well if they fold like one out of every eight times then. I then it's a good bet right so like that's why it's like. They never fold. But like you're getting such a good price the bluff so you kind of have to. Then they're getting such a great price they call so they gotta have to call and that's just like. This is a funny quirk of limit limit. Poker that like. Interestingly when i came up in the game there was really no home. No limit holdem cash games. It was pretty much. All tournaments and limit holdem in two thousand four was like all that was really spread so i played a lot of limit holdem in like. Interestingly i was awful at limit holdem. I most likely still pretty awful at limit. Hold on but at least understand the game a lot better than i did. Fifteen years ago just by virtue of understanding equities and how things work and like the pods model being very intimate with that. I think that like my limit game is probably stronger than it's ever been. And yet i haven't played a hand of limit holdem in sixteen years or so we you know. I think it's something that people find is when you play other games even just for fun and variety learn something about your game or your specialty game because you see a situation comes up and you say hey. I can take this yellow situation. I comply apply what i've learned here. Hold him situation vice versa limit to no limit. The same kind of thing you know. It's i mean in theory all of these things if you go with poker theory there's an minimum defense of frequency for any size bad certainly on the river when there's no check raising in whatever this is just at there's no future story about and yet when you put things into a solver which allegedly is calculating everything the in certain situations won't call anywhere close to what the minimum defensive frequency is. And what it's doing is it's factoring in how it would have played previously. And it can't find enough bluffs out of its out of the cards. It has to have a bluff on the river yet because we programmed it to have a specific range right. Like that's sort of. We've we've put the inputs in there and like it's a recurring theme on this show. That like i think solvers are great tools very powerful but like their giant calculators and they rely on the inputs that you use to give you the outputs and so if you mess up the inputs whether it be in sizing whether it being pre flop range whether it be in options like in some spots do you give villain dunk bet. If you don't in like some boards should be led into from the preform caller then like that's going to change the output and it's just very easy you can start shifting and changing things just very minor and start seeing the influence that those tiny tweaks have on the outcomes and that to me makes me a little afraid right as like Wind can. I trust the output here and also like. I think that there's a lot of people who have been sort of misled as it relates to optimal booker strategy. By just trying to blindly follow pyo outputs when they don't really resemble any reality that the players going to ever play in directly and no one can memora- this church in just a few take a thing of chartlet say the most basic charter of what hands do i start with. From what position and you say well how does this change was stocks is. How does it change of nanny. How does it change the for the big blind loose maniac. How does it change. The big blind is iraq. And you're just you're at the most basic level and yet little changes and tweaks through everything around. I have course called preflight boot camp. And it's like sixty five grids all simplified to like absolute strategy so mixing and it's just like a strong model for playing pre flop and there are people that stick in the program for like three or four months. Because it's very difficult to even commit to memory like sixty five grids for all of these specific situations with no mixing it all now when when we started adding and mixing of like. Sometimes you call. Sometimes you three but sometimes you know you limp from the small blind the new limp raise like anytime you start splitting ranges in multiple places the complexity just goes exponential and then like execution drops to just horrible horrible like zero percent. Nobody can execute the strategy. And if you can't execute a strategy no matter how great it is. It's very useful. I mean you. It really is beyond human capabilities to do all of these things. If you really could program the computer properly it also would have. Its own sort of internal hud head up display. So now the computer would say oh. This guy puts money into the pot too often. Iterating yup vote a strategy eighty nine as opposed to strategy nine. This and you know you you would immediately get way way beyond what any person could accomplish. Yeah i think there are some like pluribus. Ai machine learning that do do that. That are you know trying to basically be a better version of humans but even then those programs can't really do much when they get like one hundred fifty six big blinds like after reset stacks one hundred big blinds before every single hand otherwise like. It's very hard for them to learn grow in iterative even with like machine learning and artificial intelligence and the few play in real live cash games. Let's say you might play Let's say barrage or play very often or reo right play very often. You're take a five ten game. There might be people sitting there with five thousand five hundred big blinds in front of them and then really the pre flop stuff. It's not unimportant but you don't want to be making you play a pair of deuces and your flops reduces how happy are you getting in for five hundred big blinds with a set you know. It's like depends on the player. What is as money with you know right. You know the same thing with kings pre flop. It's like a one hundred blinds. Christie big blind scher getting oil and five hundred big blinds at some point. You're the red light is going off in your mind saying well is he really make the fifth bet v arrays with without as. Yeah i mean even pre flop right like even you have. You've memorized your sixty five grids for one hundred big blind pre flop congratulations. Now you've got two hundred blinds and all the grids change now. You have totally different strategies at two hundred big blinds versus hundred blinds that you also need to commit to memory. It's just it's just very easy to see how the complexity of this game is like it. Just it's something you can't overcome as a human being and so you just have to do the best that you can and learn and study and grow and like when you encounter these problems and you need to learn a better two hundred big blind strategy for pre flop then like you dive in and you just do the work and try to do as good a job as you can. But like ultimately you're not going to be able to execute it cleanly you're gonna make mistakes and that's the nature of the game and it's just luckily we play against human beings and human beings that make the fewest mistakes over. The course of their lives are the ones that end up making the money. So if you can just make fewer mistakes in the folks you play against you'll end up making money. His exactly right. I mean also you know one of the things you have in boker other than tournament poker but if you're playing live you have a choice of games you know you. Not if. I'm let's say playing five ten aria on a friday night and my game is no good. I can get a table. Change to one of three other debacles. You know that. If i can't find somebody i think is playing badly. I can say well. Maybe i should just play to five or maybe i should play ten twenty or maybe you know and so i think you're not you know i would again suggest this to people. In general you're going to the casino swimming. You go to a casino whether a bunch of games put your list your name on the list for all the games that you think might remotely be appropriate for then when they call. You can always say no. I'm happy where i am but if you're not happy where you are you've moved up. The list does nothing worse than having some live one. Come into the casino. Get into a game and now you're eighty nine on the list broken. Suddenly they call the list in the game breaks. So it's you know being on on list is always a good policy. Yeah melissa berg said it very well to she plays high stakes and nosebleed mix games and she said that her goal was just to be able to walk in any poker room and just to be able to play in the best game. That was running. Whatever that game is which meant that. She needs to learn all the games so that she can play in whatever she views or sees the best game running at the time. And i think that like that's something that is very beneficial to aspiring poker pros careers have options right like with options. You know it's tough. It's tough to walk into. Carter of it'd be like there's no table in here where i have an edge right couple of the just continuing this little further of the biggest losers who have at least slightly played with by las vegas history. Larry flint played only stunned. There was agreed. guy george. He liked only p. l. o. There was andy beal. From the billionaire. From texas he liked limit holdem specially heads up limit. Holdem you know so you go down. The list of people and not everybody wants to play no limit holdem for nosebleed stakes. I mean right now with television and hokkaido cameras very popular. But you never know what somebody's going gonna wanna play so you should at least be willing to play a little bit with them in there. You gotta you gotta enter you have to again sort of going back to what my question earlier of. What is boko right. I think like when when you try to when you understand like how equities work how old equities work how pods work just like all the little different pieces of each game. The little different pieces of the puzzle. Then you can adapt very well and you can be pretty flexible as it relates to switching games and learning new games and the reality is like there's a lot of information out there in the world about no limit texas hold on which means the learning curve is very high but in games where the learning curve is not so high. You don't need to be a world beater to be able to have an edge in a game where nobody knows. What the hell's going on right like you just need to be better than those guys who are totally clueless and don't really even understand how poker works. I mean the my life from the time. I stopped working. Let's say in my early thirties which is hitting on toward over forty five years ago. let's. I've played successfully. I played a little bit of bridge. I never got that good added. I've gotten better during the pandemic been playing again. A lot of backgammon where i won some championships a and i don't play that anymore. I played kloblauch then. I got involved in a sports betting group where we bad on pro football pro basketball and we had one of the earliest good computer models and we did very well then. In more recent years it's been mostly poker always played poker in the background. But it's never been necessarily my primary focus up until the last when a years or so. Okay so this segues perfectly into officially the first question of the podcast. Which is the story of how you got involved playing cards and games. And just what led you to the world of gambling in general. Well as a kid. My parents were both riders of my father. Loved games and i played a lot of games with him pretty much from the age of five or six. I was playing chess. Checkers and bridge and poker and you know who knows who knows what. Other weird games and So that was always got me interested and then initially. I wanted to be an actor. I was studying acting. How come come. I wanted to be an actor yet. How how old were you. When was this. This would have been my preteens on through my teams I was allegedly very talented. But i was. I had a very poor ego for going to audition. So i would go to one audition get turned down and then go home and cry for a week as opposed to the people who would go to five auditions a day and they were like iraq. Yeah you're the poker player that got a isa's cracked and then you just felt totally the pieces right and probably the highpoint of my acting career was what i was still in high school. I did a mostly. I was the white lead in a mostly black play that we did at the actors studio and my co star. Who was black. I still see on television all the time. He was just a marinas black. Bottom glenn turn and you know. I was good. I was competent. But i really and as i got into college i couldn't support myself acting and i always play games as we said so. I started trying to support myself laying small stake poker and bridge and whatever and that kind of led me to drop out of college. This was mid sixties. So by then drugs were becoming very popular. This was a zone and time when everyone had been very straight for years and then suddenly they had drugs or popular. Most of the guys like myself figured we were gonna go to vietnam and be killed anyway so it didn't matter what we did. They just invented birth control and nobody knew about things like aids. So you suddenly had. Everybody was on. The pill was wild sex while drugs. And so i kind of went nuts for about five or so years and then Then came back to new york kind. How did bind games go during that five to six years of doing drugs and having sex with might of very small stake in those days in gardena california. You could play draw poker only and i was playing one to and barely holding on. It's like i would go to the bridge club. Lead say and lose twenty dollars enough to give them a check for fifty. That was no good and take the thirty dollars out to gardena. Try and make enough to cover the jack enough money me all of that stuff. The only good thing was my girlfriend wife. Whatever she became. And i were doing a little bit of porn which brought in some money so we had like an income source on. Let's pause. how did that happen. How that career come about. Well i was living with a woman named madeline. And she was by and so we were allowed to. I've always been strayed. She could go out with other girls or other guys. I could go out with other girls but if either of us met a girl who was really great our goal was to try and bring her home for three way so now i got drafted. I was in the army. I mean all of these things stories could take full podcast. We time we got time thrown out of the army for inability to adapt. I was very anti the war in vietnam and a time when that was not a popular stance. I was beaten up. My captain was afraid. I'd commit suicide like some some other people nearby so he said i'm going to get you out. And he put me to work for a month typing in the office. And then i was thrown out after about a total of two months when i came back to. La and my former girlfriend was living with a guy who was a porn photographer. Though i stayed on their couch and verse morning all these women come in start taking off close and unlike well i mean. I've been in georgia for two months and now suddenly gorgeous women are coming in and taking off their clothes and there was i would say one or was super beautiful. Three were beautiful and one or two. Were okay so. I'm talking to one of the middle group who's working for the post office. She doesn't understand zip codes which was in your thing they had put in so she was thinking of making worn fulltime career versus postal office. And grand madeline comes in and let's go to breakfast and i said no. I'm comfortable here. You dislike to hang out japanese. You have to go. I'm sleeping on her couch. So i have to go to breakfast. And she says what you think of the girls. And i said well one super beautiful three beautiful whatever she says. Okay i really wanna make it with the beautiful girl. But i think she's straight so i'm gonna try and fix you up with her so that then you can get the three ways burqa for you dear all sacrifice my body my mind. I'll do whatever i have to do. So now he's taking a bullet for the team run so we all go out and we liked each other but she had a boyfriend who was rock music. Though at that point she wasn't available to give an idea of how quickly of all of this moved. this was. Let's say early november by the middle of november. I had my own place by thanksgiving. I was playing in gardena. And i'm sitting at home thanksgiving in the phone rings and i don't think anyone has my number except this old girlfriend and my mother so i answer expecting one of those two and it's this the super beautiful girl was says. I hope it's okay for me to call. You battling gave me your number insure and she said well. What are you doing. And i said well. It's thanksgiving and i'm alone. And i'm kind of depressed. What are you doing. He said well in fighting with my boyfriend. Why don't i come over into you up. And i said okay. The next day she went home and got her dog and her suitcase do weeks later. We went to vegas and when the drugs and money ran out got married. Wh why the married. Why the married steve. I don't know the didn't seem anything else to do. I mean who knows what was what we were thinking of that point and our existence. Okay so you got married. What the heck what happened. After he got married. Well we were. We lived together for a while and whenever we had a fight. Go back to madeleine or she go off to something. We had a kid and then by then we were both. She liked uptight things more than i liked down. Type things more in terms of drugs so we were kind of on different planets. And then i was losing a lot of weight and i came back to new york and just kind of said no more craziness. No more marriage riyadh myself went. My mother helped me get a job at harper and row which was publishing company. I worked in the financial area during financial stuff. Computers of i started back up as a dropout from columbia. I started back up at nyu. I went for a five-year bs. Mba programs got an mba. And then i was also had to start submitting my resume do in a brokerage type companies. Probably if i had stuck on that path. I'd be one of those people you say. The company just lost money of this year. And you got five million dollar bonus. Out of that happen herb. So now at this point. I just wanna backgammon tournament. And i was fighting with the company. I was working for. So i said well before i send out my resume water. I just take a little time off and during the time off i attempted to become a bookmaker with not with limited success. I could find customers. They would lose. But i was never very good at collecting. Grow back to being a bookmaker. And but i got involved with various sharp sports bettors so now i was mostly playing backgammon betting on sports will. How'd you get involved with the sharp sports bettors back in those days. Well they were always looking for outlets. So i was a source of outlets as a customer as they were laying laying off right. I had put money i put. I had what's known as a half shot. I don't have familiar you. I don't even know if these things exist anymore for half sheet is a bookmaker gives you what's known as a half sheet. You guarantee your players. They provide the office. The service lines take care of everything and then give you the figure for your customer at the end of the week so you have to collect from the losers pay the winners and you split the prophets with them. It's a franchise basics guys basically and it's a very good model for a bookmaker because suddenly a lot of different customers. And it's a very good model for the people who do what i was doing called agents and some of the people i knew from playing bridge or playing backgammon turned out to have contacts. Who were very good at sports betting so suddenly i was meeting good sports bettors than i would talk to them than somebody introduced me to a guy who is a caltech super wizz and he helped with the creation of some betting systems so i gave him a free role and i was moving the money when i started. Give you an idea of how low lines were initially. I could better game in new york at six o'clock and at seven thirty. I could bet the same game at the same line two years later. We crushed so many people that if we better game at six o'clock two minutes after six the line would have moved basically all over the world. And while i went from having just myself than i had a friend who was a bridge player then i had another friend who helped the figures. Then somebody who's been very much bad mouth but is really a good guy. Howard letter came on help me when the sports betting and he was one of the people who was in charge. Your full tilt winner went down and so he. He certainly has responsibilities to bear but he's gotten a lot more heath une- ever deserved for non aski- was a poker player not a businessman and trying to run a business and also Happy what are we talking back in these days. You know you say you the line usa not move for an hour and a half and y'all got through with whom it would move a few minutes later. Like how much are we getting down on these bets. We were trying to get the i remember. It's a group of us by the time we're reaching the end of people trying to follow us so we have like a guy in detroit had two guys in detroit. Who would move games worse. Detroit joe and motown jeff. So now we have two people in detroit. We had a guy in northern nevada. Reategui was a poker player. David gray who you might now. I dare for x. Game player was moving for us. In las vegas so we had people all over helping us move california new york florida whatever and so. Maybe we will be trying. You know would depend on the sport which you thought you could get down on and how hard the number was. Let's say there's a basketball game that's mostly for a little bit of three and a half and you want to lay three and a half you might be able to get twenty or thirty thousand dollars of three and a half and then the line before four and a half everywhere if something where your thought the line was really way off so you were happy to lay three and a half and for you might get down for one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and then we had to start doing phonies because too many people were following us and stealing numbers so he ordered three and a half when the side that we wanted to bet against them when the line went to five we take back four times as much plus five as we had laid three and a half. So that kind of you know so. It got to be a then. Of course we have the government to deal with. I was declaring myself as not consultant and a gambler and paying taxes that they didn't know they didn't know. This was called voluntary compliance. Somebody like a poker player wins a lot and a cash game. The irs doesn't know so when you say. Hey i wanna hundred thousand this year now. The irs knows it's voluntary compliance. And you would think they would be very happy but the least thought we were bookmakers. Even though at this time we weren't doing any bookmaking so they closed us down in new york. Then we moved to vegas than they closed us down in vegas and they seized about two million dollars out of boxes and sports betting accounts casinos. And they said. Well we're gonna have twenty years and the other choices. Let us keep the money and then you want to any your health. Holy shit now. We know we were just bargaining about money and then the lawyers got a big beast but basically they settled about a third of the money they had confiscated. And i said no more sports betting let me go and other things and that was when i started more actively getting involved in boker. So i know that. Like billy walter scott into some hot water in the last few years with the phil mickelson deal but he if feels like he. He kept going right like he. He kept going until very recently big competition and he took over our handicapper gajah. Our model computer model guy moved into the billy. Walters camp middle wolters got into hot water over insider trading stuff and it was very. I like billy i mean. He's a friendly funny guy but he also has a sort of evil streak and that is our local gambling is he wants to make all the money and he doesn't want the people who are helping them to make anything significant that might cut into his earnings. My theory was i wanna be a good guy and if everybody makes money. We'll all do well. So i wanted the people helping me to do well so i wasn't trying to screw anybody who was helping me whereas he has. 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But i feel like it's done as much my post game as it did for my bragging just because i'm not in as many awkward in bad situations as i found myself then. We were doing coaching d. Four of the bootcamp. We couldn't get through ten fifteen minutes tape without buying a mistake after mistake and then once we did the boot camp in solve problem. Who's on the back. End is what i know. You've studied four thousand hours this year. How do you think bootcamp compares to your other poker studying. Oh it's crazy. The boot camp is probably the most important thing. I've done on out of everything i would give anything to go back and to to know that stuff ten years ago i can't imagine how successful it'd be right now. If i had known that stuff and i thought the boot camp was so valuable that i literally insisted you take more money from me. Paid you more for the. Because i was blown away i just thought the price was too cheap. And it's changed my game and ways that i i can't even explain if you'd like to join the next round of free flop boot camp which starts on the last saturday of every month head to chasing at poker greatness dot com slash boot camp to lock up your spot one more time chasing poker greatness dot com slash boot camp so sports comes crashing down. How were you in life like financially. I assume you've done well. Despite getting these millions of dollars confiscated in getting paying the lawyers getting most of it back her. I don't even know. I don't even wanna know how much you actually got back after the lawyers in the government's cut. Well you know. I had when i left. Will i had student. Debts paid off my student debts through gambling. I establish some kind of a bankroll you know to where i was comfortable and and i could relax and play poker and And really to some extent not worry too much about stuff as low as when you're playing super high there's almost no amount of money in a bankrolled. It safe other words. I played in. Larry flint's game which was stunned. Fifteen hundred and three thousand limit in the last hour to go to two and four thousand limit what year this probably about ten twelve years ago Many of the people probably bad to mention names many of the most successful blue. You're talking about a guy. Probably over a couple of years lost when he thirty forty million and some of the biggest winners in that game now broke you say to yourself and some of them are famous good poker players they just kept on playing you against people who are better or had too much ego or they didn't adapt to new games or had other bad habits. You know all of the all of the typical things and i was always more of a. I'm worried about how. Well i can sleep. Not about how. Well i can need. I don't need a ferrari or yacht. I'm perfectly happy with my jeans and my j. shirts and go into the places i like you know twenty years ago. You were just sleep under ex-girlfriends couch and doing porn to make ends meet right. I was sleeping on people's arches an now. if. I don't have my own bathroom. I feel like boy this is really roughing it bathroom is i mean. It seems like that. Would that would have been a very exciting time. I mean you're kind of a trailblazer building. The model tabet sports finding the right guy from caltech to help build that model out. I mean and then placing these massive wagers on games across the country moving the line playing the games unix her being with people who are trailblazers i played new yorker to club called the mayfair club which went on to be a poker club was originally a bridge club and then backgammon took over and em- beckham people are in playing for thousands of years and a mathematician former grill analyzed the game and revolutionaries the game and he was a mason airplane so i was always friendly report was the worst gambler you can imagine and a great their addition was poker player ian extraordinary to was this poker name data quack for run and I'll tell you my you know. I sort of subsidized them for the last. I'm not individually. But i was among the group of people was giving him enough money to survive. The last over ten years of his life were by such a bad gambler because he enjoyed the games. You know it's like why does somebody call the river when they know they're beaten. They wanna prove that they were writing. Yeah there's a famous story about him that he and another backgammon player. Who is a big believer in locker. Playing craps together and they turned eric. Sidell and paul mcgrath says well. Who do you think is stupider deli. Who thinks he can beat grabs in his playing or me. Who knows. you can't beat craps. And i'm playing with them you know. So it's her and he actually taught me one of the few winning crap systems. If you wanna know winning crap system although you'll become hated very quickly you know where they have something like ten times or better odds than you bet and you take weird amount of like. Let's say you bet nine dollars and you take twenty three and odds. Eventually they screw up the payoffs and when they screw up the payoffs especially. If it's a busy table if they screw up against you you correct them if they screw up in your favor your take makes you universally unpopular with all of the four men the people dealing craps over those people but it is a way to seek out some kind of an advantage at craps. Well i mean it's a way to play. Craps nocco broke. So that's that's that's the thing that's a positive thing you can do if you have friends. Who like crabs you go along with them. And if they don't take the maximum amount of odds just take their on so you haven't even money gamble just kind of free riding on your friends. Aw i've never been a big fan of crops just sorta boring to me. I should tell you. I have one more very good palmer real story. This is maybe three or four years back. He gives back home and lessons online and occasionally to very rich people but he charges this poor students in his rich students. The same thing and one day comes to many says you have to lend me five hundred dollars. I said why a lot and he said well. I absolutely needed. I said well. Why do you need it. He said if. I don't get five hundred dollars. They're going to cut my cox. How many do you have your koksal. renault cox. My internet provider the provider god but he revolutionized beckham and so the people who played at the mayfair. When we're friends with poll new. Basically if you didn't play at the mayfair we didn't know you and we knew were better than you. You know sort of like. If i meet a backgammon player who i don't know i know i'm better than he is and in the sports was kind of the same thing you know. I mean the first people. Do you know again if you could go back with what we know. Now inside playing poker in Thirty years ago you would have said boy. These people are really the best players who are making all. These mistakes would have been astonished. Sure i mean. That's always the case. Though right i think that's that's sort of like the challenge. The sort of silly comparisons of like the players from the sixties and players from the day and like comparing them. And it's like yeah like the players from today built their lives standing on the shoulders. Of what all those guys learned back then and took those training techniques and nutrition and performance in all the stuff and just incrementally improved over time to where it looks significantly different. But you needed. You needed the early era of people to get to where we are today. Exactly and you know it's like people also always look back and how good well i'll give you another long. You do. We have time for a longer story. Yeah let's go okay. A i used to play in a small stake stunt game in new york. This was when i was still working. And i'd been invited to the game and the best player was somebody who is a degenerate horse player and we called him harry the horse every night he would win at poker every day he would go out the track and lose very often coming back in debt and he would win that night. This went on for about a year and by now i was playing in the game. One or two of the bad players had gone broke. Another good player got in and finally went into poker losing streak now. He's losing the track by day losing at poker by night and it's disastrous. Though to keep himself away from the track he gets a job during the day as a bartender and we go in to give them some business the bar and he's pouring a shots and retelling stories and he says you know. I thought that poker game that the candy store was always open. Didn't matter what i did but you have to learn that sometimes. The candy store is not going to be open anymore. And that i've seen applied to so many things for example when blackjack i came to atlantic city. They had early surrender and sloppy dealers. You thought you just had to go to atlantic city every day or every weekend and you could make as much money as you could blow off when they legalized games. Besides draw poker in california. You could make as much money as you wanted. you know. they're just. These people have no clue and over and over and online poker. I took off. Everyone thought i do. Doesn't matter how much i lose in the casino you. I can go back on full tilt tobacco and poker stars back in party poker and make it back a week. So it's you just have to realize situations dry up and it's very important when you can make money in his spot bake your money hold onto it invest some. You know not saying you have to live in poverty but you know building. A bankroll is very important yet. It like mike garo set it. You know many years ago that like that's our way of making money. It's like a your bankroll is your printing presses. Like if you're a printer you don't sell your printing press because then you can't make any more money in the future right so like keeping your bankroll safe. And i've talked about it many times on chasing poker greatness like i think that the more of a bankroll you have the more worthy of protection. It ought to be so like if you build up. A sizeable bankroll dusting. It off is way more painful than you know dusting off like whatever you know five or ten thousand that you can replace a few hundred thousands probably gonna take a lot longer to start to replace from zero dollars when you take a look at home in the people who've had five million ten million going broke. I mean that's it's not like they will. I'm going to get a job at mcdonalds and make it up in a couple weeks. You know you you might never get back there. You know it's a again. I want to mention names of people. But you know some a pretty famous for the roller coaster rides. They've been on and it's amazing to me. What is sort of the biggest pitfall that you've seen or the biggest trap or the biggest lie that people tell themselves that gets them in that situation will there are two things one is people often think no matter what it is that they know more than they know mike. Let's say somebody is a sports better mike. Sexton for example was under generates ford's better and it's not needed know about sports. He probably knew way more about sports than i did. When i was making a fortune. But i know about numbers and i knew this is a good number and we should bet it. He knew well dissenter. Hurt his ankle in the last game and he's questionable and whatever we just had a number and we went with our number you know the people play poker. Somebody wins a poker tournament and not that they're necessarily a bad player but now they've wanted tournament and they think oh i can play with anybody and it's much when you go from one to one three two two five to five ten to ten twenty. The games get tougher and tougher in tougher. And you just see it. You know from the people. You're blaming it's when i'm waiting for seat. I played to five sometime and i say is for people limp and it's up to me and when i play and twenty or twenty five fifty. Nobody ever lives. You know maybe once once in a blue moon somebody walks in a bunch of casino chips and there's an open seat and sits down but basically people don't they i in raises period. What was the second thing we say we had. We had two will then thinking you know more than you know. I think is the big thing and the other one is being disciplined. You know it saying. Even if i'm in a very good situation how much of my net worth wi- willing to risk. Yeah i think as it relates to the first one you know. We're just so bias especially with sports. I think like. I was thinking about it a year or so ago. Just like driving down the road and thinking about how like how bias we are to like our team or the players or just how we envisioned in this sort of abstract idea of like how they're going to perform when like really like you said it's a number right. It's rooted in math. And like you don't get to beat math and like if somebody's model is just really really really good. It doesn't matter how much you know about the centers ankle. It's not to be enough to overcome just a pure math of it right like we're just very biased as human beings like. That's that's our downfall with this stuff. You know and people will tell you that everybody that the bookmaker knows that all the other bidders no and they feel like well. This is the only one who knows that he hurt his ankle. And answer right. He's questionable for the playoff the first game of the playoffs or whatever it happens to be. You know that's common knowledge. It's like when somebody raises under the gun. They probably have a good hand that nobody else knows right. Like billy's billy. Walters is out. There has like trainers and getting information like immediately or just like has all this intel that can influence things. And like. you're you're not gonna find stuff faster than those guys is just not possible right and you know in in a goes pretty much. Let say for whatever you decide you wanna play Nolan hold him at a certain level. And you're doing well and decide. I'm going to move up to the next level. When do you move up a much risk. When you move up i mean. I'm i'm a big believer. Let's say if you have a poker bankroll you might take five percent of it and say okay. This is going to be my taking shots. Bankroll for five percents. A have one hundred thousand. Put five thousand that i allow myself to take shots with instead of playing to five. If i see the five ten game looks good. I'll jump in the five ten. No it's not like i'm committed to it. Not afraid to go back into another thing is somebody will say lima two and four hundred player. I'm never going back to the whatever it is even when the two and four hundred games really really bad and they should go back and get ego involve thinks well. How did this play out in your early sports betting career. But i have to imagine like you know. You have bankroll considerations there right. How did you mitigate risk placing these large or you know where your lines your guy just so good that like the variance wasn't you know was we. I was very good at betting and finding numbers initially especially when you're betting small it's much easier. Because charrette a ninety percent of the bookmakers had four does five percent at four and a half and five percent in three and a half. So when you're betting small you can lay three and a half or you could take four and a half seah ready picking up almost equalizing the juice by just finding a good meme then. I had a very good field for whether people were going to bet on a team earlier late. Though let's say i would know will bet as soon as the bookmakers open or where that feel come from. I don't know. I mean. I just sort of intuited. What people were doing that you know we were in new york. So i know that there would be a lot of new york fans and they might rush in on their way to the knick game that you're a numbers guy steve. This descend tuition has come from somewhere right. Well i mean. I guess i saw probably in the back of my mind the sunk in and then i was getting the numbers from this guy and i'd say well let's play this game. I in this game last. But now also in the beginning as i say i was betting very small at one person helping me for a while and then a girl doing figures and you know we had. We weren't trying to crush the number. We weren't trying to bet all over the world and we weren't even sure it was that good and now by the time things got really good to give you an idea if you take a game. Let's say The lion game is seven. And you're likely underdog so you take an your model. Says the line should be picked him. So that's a huge difference you to make a big bet on the underdog right now you take plus seven for whatever your maximum bat is and the line. The team the favourite wins by six. You win your bet. Your model was off by six. Their model was off by one. We had years. Were our model out. Perform their model straight up so the amend we were winning those situations like the one. I just gave you where we were off by more than they were but we still one and we had ones where we were just way better than they were like. Let's say you're model makes pickle. They make it seven and the underdog wins by six. Now your model was off by six again and they were off by thirteen And our model was better than theirs for the whole season doing. Yeah i could see that I could see you being able to make some money in your bottles. Outperforming bears like finding another. Obviously they have better models sure and of course nowadays and you know line moves. Instantaneously with computers and information is instantaneous with computers. You know the and you don't have a situation you might have. A new york. Team is playing a california team. The coast to coast difference might be appointed and a half now the coast to coast differences zero this too much arbitrage too fast. Yeah the my. I have a friend. Who's like the smartest human i know. And he bet sports for three or four years and t someone. It's really funny. Because he he's a funny character in that he's the smartest person i ever know. And the first time i met him he was playing a two five home game and was like a short stack like eighty dollars. And he's like just getting his money in doubling up and just sitting there just playing really tight and i'm just like men. Who is this guy like these. Just i don't know i just started talking to him and then getting to know him and then realize that like it was never about the money for him. It's everything is about an edge. And like he knew he had an edge short stocking it so he just didn't buy in for the macs like he didn't just buy in for two hundred big blinds even though like he was way over bankrolled more than anybody at the table by a factor of probably a thousand. He just did what he knew would give him an edge and you know he about sports. This is probably five ten years back now for four or five years and then he just stopped because he was like you know he just couldn't couldn't find an edge you just couldn't find edges and so he just quit betting and he was like a solo solo person on his own doing it but like sports betting is these day this day and age. Like i just maybe you're smarter than my friend. But the odds of it are like one in a million most likely if your body sports you probably don't have edge actually and going back to what you're saying though about buying in a small byron's i think that's in general even with an infinite bankroll. It's always good to buy in small and there are a couple of reasons. The first is you can always add money to the table. There's never if i go to a mirage. Let's say in play five ten. I think the minimum buy in his four hundred and the maximum is fifteen hundred or something you know they keep flopping around sometimes it's through thousands of times it's fifteen hundred so the You're buying for four hundred now. The game is no good. You sit there and you're trying to wait for a good spot and you get all in for your four hundred. The game is good. You can add in chips. If there's one really weak player you can try to move to his left and then add in jumps and people. Another thing that people do is you can always normally. You're gonna you've decided my stack is low. I'm down to two hundred. I wanna add in chips my around until it's your button put in your blinds from the two hundred stack than when it's your baden and in your chips so you're starting off with the big stack in the best position which is probably an infant asmal aj but why not you know what's the point of adding in an extra thousand when i'm going to be the big blind next hand when i can wait two hands and add in the same thousand with great position. It's funny you say that because it's not so i've never even thought about that and it's so obvious it makes so much sense. Steve let's go back to your story. There's so much to unpack by the way and we're quickly running out of time. But i a million percent would like to have you back on to hear especially more stories about the mayfair club. And just yeah. That's just a time that to me coming up as a pro and two thousand four you know you just read stories about it right at that point. It's like it's mythical probably had as remember these real new york intellectuals in general who were very much math science oriented or dame playing oriented and also were super ethical compared to the old some of the old west coast players or westoff southern players and those games included among others. Eric sidell dan harrington howard lederer probably the three toughest but there were jay. Heim who i think has six or seven bracelets from you know. He's older and retired now and was always a businessman more than a poker player. Nicky abdomen again still plays poker a little bit probably five or six percent. You know these guys. All were buried. Good steady winning players and it was a supercharged for game. plus we would all go out afterwards. bar talk about hands. You did what did you consider this. This was really an introduction to how different people think about different situations. Yeah and it's it's a classic. One plus one equals five type of situation. You know you have at that time. You've probably got five of the top ten to twenty poker players in the world all discussing strategy amongst each other and all improving their edge like we talked about at the very beginning of this conversation. Right where like different people see things differently and you know we may each make two hundred mistakes but only one hundred overlap. Well that's a good way to gain visibility of the mistakes that don't overlap from both sides and plug those leaks and just improve exponentially kind of as a collective you know. It's not like you're is almost like your intent is to improve as a collective. It's just a natural consequence of you all loving poker and discussing strategy amongst yourselves. And i think that's happened. You know back in the days when it was doyle and amarillo. Slim and Santa roberts filler. Obviously that group of Three of them. Draw from game to game and buggy pearson might have been around and to in donnie morrison. You know they talked about poker. And then the very recent example was that whole group of german guys who all are rainer kampe all those guys and the goose or whatever you know all these guys talk and play talked and played and analyze. And it's a very good way to strengthen your game i talked about it with with fayed or on the show where it's basically you know and with those guys do they had the benefit of playing online poker too so playing so many more hands right just over short period of time than like. Y'all did you know back back in the day but like play forty hours of online poker for a week you see however many hands fifteen twenty thousand. And then you'd have a discussion amongst yourselves in you're able to distill what you've learned over the course of that week will now. You've transferred that information to another person who also played forty hours and they transfer that information to you and then like it's very easy to see where you're playing forty hours a week and you're discussing with other people who have played forty hours and you're just you're just getting you know hundreds and hundreds of hours of wisdom and knowledge in growth every single week you have the grid tool of the hud's keep records so the data they can go back and say. Let me look at every hand. I've played one america's card room in the last year. Let me look at what i've done in the big blind. What let me look. Do i defend the big blind enough to defend the button too much to try and block. You know whatever you know that. That's something that we just had to try. And do that intuitively which is very hard. You don't realize in the spur of the moment hay playing too many hands in situations. Why shouldn't just be calling arrays right anyway. We can certainly schedule another one and a couple of weeks. Oh whatever you wanna do. Yeah for sure we both said were were sitting around not doing very much now. Let's say that again. Unfortunately yeah i was. I was planning on going back to new york in august than going on to the world series in the high rollers in september. And now all of that. I mean i'm never that happy with the hygenic conditions at three. Oh and the of times repair damage. Sure your so. Let's talk about you entering poker specifically. We haven't even gotten to that part of the story yet you know. You're you're out of your out of the sports betting game and you're healthy and you're able to play poker so like what did that path look like. I assume this is like after the mayfair club too. Because a lot of those guys our letter and stuff were involved in sports. Betting thing riper also were more west immortals vegas old time than new york fulltime chairman. Or you know when you play in private games in new york. Well there two. There's an important thing that over the years of playing in private games. you want. Be somebody who gets invited to the good games which means you have to be personable fun and if somebody loses in has opposed data. Check you up to say sure no problem. I'll take proposed stated check. You have to be the guy who you know. Goes out for drinks with the big loser and says come on. Let's go out for drinks sometimes. Been you know it's it's a lot of social skills and at various times people get used to playing in casinos. They're nasty to the other people there lecturing the other people. They're throwing guards at the dealers. When you know that how you ever gonna nowadays within casinos. Even they have some sort of quasi invitation will only games. You're not going to be invited if people wanna play with. You don't is nothing is nothing more if the best game in town doesn't one true you're out of luck and you know i've had i've thing that's kind of sprung up fairly recently in life. Boker like since. I've been playing online for the last like seven years or so and it's something that sprung up since then on like a big level a private invite only games within casino and i see both sides of it like i. I wouldn't play poker life booker for the first time in a few years just a few months ago a friend of mine lives in atlanta and wanted to go on just a trip for a weekend cherokee and play some cards so i went and you see like people are shitty like in an open invite game. People are just shitty to each other like it's always the person that like thinks they know more about poker than they actually do. That just talks down to people and treats people poorly and it's like man like this. You're making this environment not fun and it just makes it very obvious to me why these private games are invite only games exist because some people are just shitty and miserable and you don't want to sit at a table with them because they just they're awful. I you really do want to make an environment that somebody wants to plan some when you're talking about a rich guy. He has a lot of choices of what he could do. You know and if you don't make it entertaining for why should he decide. Oh i'm gonna go to and play poker tonight. i can just. He can just as well salmon to go out to dinner. I'm going to yes. Rebound going lake mead. You know what they don't want to jump through hoops to lose their money right. They wanna have fun it. They don't want it to be a hassle to lose their money. I mean you see so often in the private semi private games. Somebody'll say okay. Let's do a round of shots and everybody does around of shots or they say. Let's you know let's take a break and we'll all go out to dinner or bring in gourmet food. You know that kinda thing really. Capris lay chip. Reese was one of the best if anybody was the losing player and they told a joke no matter how bad it was he laughed. He repeated he'd say what a great joke was. If there were there were their wife and they say well. My wife wants to grou- chopping someone to go out shopping with her and he'd say no no. Don't worry i'll cool my wife. She knows all the best stores they can go out shopping while replay. I mean let me ask you a question steve. Because how do you do that like in an authentic way because like obviously people there are people that can laugh at jokes in a way. That is not authentic. And everybody knows that you know they're just bullshitting right. Well i think part of it. Is i think at least for myself. I'm genuinely interested in people saying you want to hear somebody. Will you do this. You norman you you want to hear people stories in their lives and somebody says i'm in an amazing thing when you. I was playing next to bill. Klein who i knew was a billionaire or something and has a lot of money and we're talking and first of all he's very smart second of all. He's very funny. Third of all he had a throat operation so he can't eat solid food he had throat cancer. See find out a whole bunch of stuff mindy to give you one of his. one liners. Were playing in this high roller event. And he's still. Helmuth assisted between the two of us. And they're talking about the items over since last. Call for food. So a couple of order things and phil hellmuth says. I'd like one of those fancy cheeseburgers from the new place in our yard and the line turns to him and says you tell him to wrap it to go by the time it got there. Philip been knocked out order sitting in. Its little to go back and we were laughing about. See that's another part of it too right like most people that play especially somebody that plays like chip rees right. They're very successful in life and they're almost always a very intelligent very interesting human being so like you don't really have to be authentic to laugh at their jokes just because like you can play poker better than someone while also enjoying their company and being inquisitive and curious and just getting to know them as a human being and i think that's really that's really the crux of it right. It's not like it's not doing it just to do it because you think you have to. It's doing it because you're genuinely curious about other human beings and this is an interesting person and when you get to know them. It's very easy to be personable. In a lot of poker players have other lives turned out to be very interesting you know they used to be in some sport very good at a sport or they used to be an artist or an actor or a writer or whatever was a star supporting actor state to the. Yeah the coast. The what's the word. I'm losing it your character actor. That's true you got a little bit of stuntman stuff but mostly guard But as i always played poker and then you know since a lot of times when we bet on sports we go to the poker game and play while we were waiting for results to come in and things so it was always you know i was around the people i played for years when the mirage i opened up We give new games came men that at least for initially among his had experience and like al-muhaimeed or better i don't think chip and doyle it ever played those games and suddenly you know for a month or two were and the next month they were as good as we were in six months later. They were much better again. Euro so was. But i played in a game with dodd. Brunson and mike madison. How and guy curtis. Who's passed away. I got the number of people have passed away recently to as they just told me. Layne flack died. And i was talking with them. We were talking about best stories of people who had won a poker tournament. And i mentioned that lyle berman a poker tournament and some starry eyed girl comes over to interview after the tournament is. Oh mr mr berman. You've just won four hundred thousand dollars. What are you gonna do with that money. And he said well. I'm just going to put up with all the rest. You know it's like ho-hum what's yeah. And layne flack came back telling the four story that another wonderful story. He wanted poker tournament. I think for around a million and again the starry-eyed girl comes over and so mr hansen. You've just won all this money. What you're gonna do with it. And he said well. I'm gonna pay a few debts. What are you going to do with the rest. Their stuff away. Yeah that's was had justin saliba on just like a week or so ago. He what a five gay bracelet in. Wpa event and We were talking about how you know. It was like a few hundred thousand dollars and it was like. Yeah well you know. He played fifty k. And lost a few hundred thousand. I mean it sounds good on paper but like when you look at it in the big scheme of things. There's sometimes it just gets you take close to being even is one of the better players who's come out of this very careful analysis in pyo solver and i'm sort of friendly with them and you know talk about things and whatever and Yeah i mean he's from that background. I think he's one of the better ones. There's there's yeah. He's a poker coaching guy. Hilariously he was i. I mentioned this in the podcast. I did with him. He was my contact at poker coaching. So like an. I'm very removed from the mt side of poker. Because i've just always played cash and i haven't played a ton of tournaments and so like just in was basically the middle guy between me and jonathan. And just like you know. Ask me what i'm gonna do. And what day and we do the logistical stuff. And so like. I didn't even know that. Like he was a high level poker player just because he was just like my connection boettger coaching. And then somebody was like. Oh no like yeah. He played a fifty k. No he He just wanna bracelet. And i'm like oh shit. I thought he was just a dude that worked poker coaching or he and i were the final table in the ten k ronald table at the high roller than he probably was about as card. Debt as you're ever going to see anybody. I mean i was getting your other the first hour or something as veep pip zero. Well in life poker you know. That's only thirty hands so not not too many hands you you get to see steve. I think we'll leave it here. Because in the second the second part of this you know i would like to get into the larry flint game some of the higher stakes games that you got into played and those stories. That's i'm very interested in all historical poker stuff. Because like i told you earlier. You know the mayfair club is like mythical to me and doyle and chip and sailor roberts like those were the stories that i read as an aspiring poker player. And it's like you know it's just their legendary to me and hearing those are just a man can't beat it certainly a lot of good stories from the mayfair days of well so we'll do we'll do some stories for the next part. Yeah we'll just. We'll tease it. Closed this one with If anybody out there on the world wide web wanted to learn more about you where would they were. They go or if you don't want them to know then. Don't tell them funny. I sort of shied away from social media. When i was read pro at full tilt somebody set up a facebook page for me and i think a wikipedia page and i think most of the information is wrong in their way out of dates. I don't know. I think You just have to assume that my life is one big secret. Oh i know what they do they email you and then i'll talk about an podcast there. You go sarah go. That that's bradtha chasing folk greatness dot com. I'll i'll be the conduit there. Steve great you. I've genuinely loved loved this. Thank you very much. It's been an honor and We'll do this again in a couple of weeks barring any unforeseen thing with the pandemic but it doesn't look like it doesn't look like much gonna change on that front you know. I'm basically a east coast liberal guy. But i have sort of libertarian. Things in terms of. I think the governor makes too many stupid rule certain the rules concerning gambling and drugs and drinking in a. Why should they be different in every state in every county and every bar. You know that i really do object to that. They're taking away freedoms for no reason when you come to something like getting vaccinated or wearing a mask that to me. It's not a freedom. You're you're putting other people's lives in danger along with you know it's like if i'm from london i say well i like to drive on the left side of the road. I don't care what the law is. Your bike freedom to drive on the left side. No you're putting yuno putting a lot of people beside yourself endanger new. The government should step in absolutely and like i'm totally in agreement especially like with drugs and stuff like that of like. You're like anything that you put in your body like that's sort of your choice right and but this is affecting other people's lives and that's where you know the line gets drawn of like you know it's not it's not your right to infect someone else with the virus that could in their life or sieff severely impact them over the long haul as a matter of fact. I think it's our responsibility to not do that. And try. and karen you genuinely have empathy for our fellow man. Manages to me is astonishing. When i see some of these things and i can understand. Y'all we want to get businesses open. Yeah we want to go back to but you know. Do it in a sensible way. You know it's the poker had opened. You're playing behind plastic barriers wearing masks and it got loosened up and you can do anything and now they're going to be back masks in las vegas and if they don't do something about delta pretty soon it's going to be back to plastic partitions or we'll just be playing online. Yeah it's the the flow of information. I think The flow of information just creates a lot of confusion. And that's really the. I think the problem that i've always noticed that like anything that i've been a part of that's been in the news so like home game gets rated or something like that. The information's always inaccurate. Like from the job. It's always inaccurate and then like overtime. Maybe it gets. It gets better over time as they learn more but like nobody keeps reading about a story like a month after. It's been a story because nobody's interested anymore and like that just can create a lot of confusion among society. Where like don't wear masks do wear masks. And then people like they're lying to us now. They're not lying there. Just being very imprecise and getting information out too quickly That turns out to be not great information. This it's like the first time you play a new poker variation guzzler. This is the first time we've dealt with this type of thing in this situation and you think this is a work though. It's not try this instead that you know it's like we're designers are feeling their way along with everyone absolutely. They're not like superhuman right like they don't have the answers and we have to give people permission to be wrong and change. In opinion it salt lake a weakness of character to have an opinion. Get data that influences a change of that opinion. That's just being intelligent going back to the government when you say they read a local poker game that to me. Why on earth would the government care for bunch of people wanna get together and play poker. It's like they have state lotteries. They have horse racing the highlight they of the you know. We're not gonna let people like poker. Oh there it's okay if you don't rate the game but if you do rake the game and it's not okay or it's a you know if you want to pay your rent from the poker game it's craziness okay. Yeah arvidsson arbitrary rules for just arbitrary rules for arbitrary things I can see if we've broken my email somehow. I don't think i did it i. I'll take responsibility. But i don't think it was me weren't fifty one was the last one and then it seemed like a died so i don't know maybe i changed some setting of something i don't know what a steve will. We'll talk soon one way or the other we have each other's numbers and looking forward to part two men. Okay great thank you. Thanks for listening to choosing coca greatness. You can subscribe apple podcasts. More on your favorite podcast app go chasing boca greatness dot com to get the newsletter. Join the greatness. Village community book coaching session or dive into the latest data driven poker courses. Follow the show on twitter at cpg podcast.

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Desde St.Moritz hacia Zermatt a bordo del Glacier Express  In Love With Switzerland 11

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28:29 min | 1 year ago

Desde St.Moritz hacia Zermatt a bordo del Glacier Express In Love With Switzerland 11

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 4)

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 4)

"This is a banger. This is still a banger heinous sign on a door. Don't bother me. Yeah. Well, gotta get an in. Said something I wish I'm glad I didn't. All right. Joining us right now from ABC seven is Brady who is joining us to talk about the eighth annual feed so Cal food drive in brand, you'll be happy to know that we're here in studio. The last time we spoke with you l z was in a Santa Claus one's a. He is dressed more work appropriately today. Yeah. Event for all the kids in the toys. Those your costumes are awesome. By the way, that song, you just play that took me back to like junior high high schools dance days that song as bathing Brander. Is this took me back completely never? We're out here. We're in Gardena today. This time instead of doing presents for the holidays. We are stuffing, Jain four mish track. Full of non perishable food items for a big stuff attracts. So Cal food drive. And we have this location that we're at here, a lot of people have been showing up this morning, making their donations, and we have a second location in Ontario over at Mathis brothers, and it's just it's nice to give back, especially right now, when somebody's need it. I'm always, you know, willing to help fee. Do whatever I can in terms of trying to help families all over the place. What should they bring out? You know, there's a lot of different things you can bring if you're just, you know, hanging out in your kitchen, and you're looking through your pantry, anything that's non perishable canned. Good. I think like pasta cereal rice, beans, you can bring that out yourself come by or you can even go into your local vaughn's albertson's civilians, any of your local stores and you'll see right now they have this huge feet. So Cal banner up at all. The local stories you can just say, I'd like to make a five dollar donation. And they will put together a bag for you there for five bucks that you could donate. Here's the thing, though. If you come out and say, hi to us here today and Ontario, and guarding at these locations, you can win five hundred bucks. We're giving away five hundred dollar gift cards for people who show up. No purchase necessary. No donation. Really even necessarily it's always nice though. If you would like to donate. But if you come out here we've had so many people showing up and filling up the track. And then also filling out just a little kind of drying, you know, form and they put it in a box, and we're gonna. Start kicking the name later on this afternoon. Somebody's going to get a five hundred dollars gift card to Overson try both come off. If you were to win both. That's a lot of drive into be doing southern California during the weekend Friday traffic. I don't know if I'd go took are trying to make my way all the way over to on Terry. Oh, Brady hit from ABC seven is joining us. We're talking about the eighth annual feed. So Cal food drive key has become a vegan, brandy or vegan items of, of he wants to come out. Yeah, I guess a lot of non perishable food would be would be begin. How are you doing with that? Because it is ever. I guess there's a lot of other options out there. You know you you can eat beans. You can eat pasta protein wise. I how are you doing with that? It's good. You could just broccoli. It's like you said is being it's all things, and I'm not full vegan. I just eat vegan food, because my family's vegan, but in the weekends dive into a little meat myself speaking of the week in and out burger when you can every now and then. In the event that, you know, listeners are going. All men. I really want to participate, but I can't give this weekend are the other opportunities for listeners to help. ABC seven dot com slash feed. So Cal, you can even go there again. It's ABC seven dot com. Bust feed, so Cal, and you can make a monetary donation. And just, you know, if you're always wondering what am I donated to you'll see information they're all of the money is going to the local food banks here? I'm here in Gardena. So this is the LA Rachel who think and all of the donations that come into this location. Obviously, you're gonna stay in LA, but we make sure all of the funds are going to local food banks in southern California. So if you just wanna make a monetary donation, you can or even when you go into, like we were at our local Vons up in Santa Clarita area and people are just saying no tomorrow Monday next week. The following week for the month of June. You just tell them. Hey, I wanna buy five fightback foods and then they'll just add it to your grocery, you know, your checkout bills there. So there's a lot of different ways you can do if you can't come down and personal we like to see you. 'cause we've got they're going free hot dogs down here lunchtime expect. They're going to fire up that grill like an hour. Here in Gardena on. We're on our TGI alverson, and so you come down. Get a hotdog bring the kids they got face painting. It's just a lot of fun. So I know it's Friday don't wanna people do work, but we're here till six thirty pm tonight. So you got time ABC seven dot com to donate to the food Bank of your choice as well. Brandy hit from ABC seven. She is in Gardena right now for the eighth and. Dr. We'll see in a little bit. We'll see in a few months when is getting ready to give out toys all over again? Can you guys clean up again? 'cause the cute snuggie, costumes. I didn't believe they made them in Keyshawn size. So can we all be in cute? Kind of a Grinch outfit something. We'll get on Amazon, EC. We can find online. Okay. See you. I don't know what that means. I've been meaning to where it as bad Santa onesie for a while now. I can't wait on God, Chris, what stop Christmas time. Jeez fell. I mean, I guess, maybe by then the nutrisystem will really be kicking in. No, you fine. Could you look just like Santa just today? Now, now, now, I'll put the ones you onto those e move on. All right, onesie for both of us like big enough for the both. I guess that's a Tuesday though. Threes. Solo that's what no happening. No, you're not. You're not interested. Now, you don't want to cry. Warm. Let's talk some basketball fellas. So what does he know finals? It's enough. Draymond afterwards. Was it the, the post game press conference the warriors lose in the finals three and two through this run of there's going to the finals five consecutive years? But Draymond says that they're run is not over. Everybody thinks kind of end of that's just not smart. We not done yet. We lost this year. Clearly, this wasn't our year but side, cookie crumbles sometimes. Well, yeah. You know, I hear a lot of that noise stand overrun and all that jazz. I'll see happening go. We'll be back. It was the end of the run. At least from a perception standpoint prior to Katie rupturing, his achilles prior to Klay Thompson, tearing his ACL is this, the end of the warrior dynasty. Did we see the last chapter of this book written last night, where they lose to the raptors? No, I don't think so I think you what you're going to see is you're gonna see just a team over the next year. Trying to find him sales. Maybe make the playoffs just kinda hold it together until clay gets back into Kevin Durant gets back because those are two significant injuries that they'll be sidelined for quite some time outside of that. I don't think that their careers are over by no stretch of imagination. I think both of those players will come back rejuvenated comeback more explosive. Probably better in you say, well, how could that happen? Injuries tend to derail you from a mental standpoint, along with your body. But if you're mentally strong, and you rehab properly, because we have in his hardest part so injury. So if you if you can get to that, then the rest is a cakewalk in this a breeze. Both of those guys are still young enough that their careers are promising and in front of him. So I think the warriors will be right back because curry is still part in question is what's gonna happen the drama? Yeah, I mean that, that the real deal Klay Steph and Katie are still going to be high. High level MBA players two years from now. They are, but the warriors were not just the warriors, because those three guys are great players. That's obviously, the, the main reason why we're listing reasons. Why talent is the number one reason they are what they are. But the other parts that are important, maybe not equally important, but very important, the warriors pieces fit together. Perfectly, the Andre Iguodala piece fit in perfectly, the Shaun Livingston piece fit in perfectly the pieces that they were able to find in secondary. Roles worked really, really well. And those Andrei, go dollar is getting to a point where you would have to imagine his best basketball is behind him. Same thing with Shaun Livingston. You're talking about jumping two years down the road going into that next year. I expect Katie and clay in Steph to be the same sort of guys. But I don't know that for sure the coach fits perfectly with these guys. We don't know what Steve Kerr's going to be up to a couple of years from now that there are a whole bunch of moving parts that were the reason that this thing worked as well as it did, and I don't know. I mean age and injuries in sports. Those are the two things you have no control over. And they're going through all of it right now. Yeah. You know is, is really interesting. Because as much as we let the credit go to stay warriors, front office for being smart and how they were able to put this team together. There was a great deal of luck involved as well. Of course, staff having a slow start to his career allowed him to be signed in a much lower rate than what he would have had. He had a great start. The Draymond green discovery, you know, in terms of his flexibility, we talked earlier, about Masai, having to carriage to fire the coach of the year. Well, let's get a front office. The courage for fiery Mark Jackson, who most people thought was doing a fine job in premium Steve Kerr, who had never been a coach before, but he was willing to be nimble enough to make the changes necessary to get that thing going to where it is now. But that was luck that was rolling the dice. You fight a successful guy you bring a guy who's never coached before. And he worked out. Normally that's a bad move. So there's a lot of look the happen to get them to be compiled, the way they are. There's a lot of luck that happen. To help them with their run. You know what? No ton. What would have happened twenty seventeen quite get hurt? The first time with the Spurs making blowed out. That's what I may have to break. Right. You have to be really good and catch a break or two along the way and find a player or two along the way, the right coach all of these things have to happen. And they did for the warriors for five years in a row. And so this idea that it's over. It's not just that the players are old and hurt which are both true is the engine of luck. Yes, you only, but you aren't on time, but you're going to give for a year, and then they're going to reboot okay by bringing those three guys back adding Livingston at some point will be gone. It would dial at some point be gone looney. You'll be healthy again. There's no telling what happens with boogie cousins, but like all championship teams that get a run. They take a dip in a try to reload with a couple of veteran players that they got in at some sprinkles around the but none of these teams other than maybe the Lakers and the Celtics of old. Head championship players holdovers that was in the prime twilight at careers when you start thinking about it, you start saying, well, like the seventy sixes with Dr J deducted Jane name. They won. They were old at the end. They won. They never could get back in reboot. But the Celtics was able to reboot give back the Lakers were able to reboot, get back, whether it was the Kobe dynasty was shack, or whether it was the Powell whatever you know, whether it was Michael Jordan, taken a dip for you to go try baseball then coming back. But those same guys that was on the three team. The first three peat was it the same guy's on the second three peat except like Scotty, Pippin you know. So when you look at it from that standpoint, I think they will be back in. It will be back in a hurry and be very competitive, if this was year two or three of this run, I'd be one hundred percent on your side key. This is your five. You don't get eight year runs. You don't get seven year runs. They just I mean, it's almost unprecedented sports with the patriots. You know, the spur, let us really rare to have the core of that last. That long and just be able to swap out all of the auxiliary pieces. Your core has been damaged significantly with these two injuries and age and the auxiliary pieces, and just like the I love it the pendulum of luck feels like it has swung back the other way people don't like to talk about Benjamin. Look, let's talk about how important luckiest to all of it. But luck is an important part too or blessing. Harvey wanna characterize as important parts of everyone success. You know, you meet the right person at the right time, and something just clicks, it isn't always sense. Simply about talent. There's so many talented singers in the world. Just as good as Whitney Houston. But she had the pendulum of luck that the right people were around her at the right time. See, that's what happened to my singing career. I didn't have the right museum. Pendulum wasn't on your. Ahead happened. I, I don't doubt. I don't doubt that the warriors are going to go and do whatever they need to do to keep Katie. And do whatever they need to do to keep clay. I think that they will. But I do think that they're probably having a conversation about all right? We're we, we all agree wanna do this. Right. Just making sure we all agree that we wanna go all in on two guys their entire year because you could beat that guy then decided not to do that. And they wind up on other teams that make runs like that. And you'll be looking real foolish. You don't wanna don't wanna be that guy. There's another way you can look foolish. And again, I don't think this is how it's going to go. But you sign both guys that had only ignificant injuries and they come back and they're lesser version. People. Guess what? Guess what? People say it's going to be mad people will say, we understand we understand why you did that, that makes sense. I get it. I understand why you did it and made all the sense in the world. But now we got all this money tied up in two guys that are not what they used to be. And now we're kind of boxed into a position that prevents us from being the ward outside you go right here, Mr. smarty pants, but I sign I do wonder the what the conversation is like what cars to Tema load management with Cohen this season. If you've got stuff and, you know, he's entering, you know, year, whatever this is for him like eighth or ninth right now. And he played for years or three years at Davidson. So he's played a lot of minutes if you know that this season is almost like a wash. How are you going to load manage during the course of the season because you can't run them out to kief eighty two gangs? Like you got a chance to win a championship 'cause you know, that's not the case. So do you hold them back and let them play like fifty five or sixty gains recognizing that you're going to need him fresher because? You believe that Katy and Clare gonna comeback, the following year helping make another run next season. We'll be steps eleventh eleventh seeds again. But he's young enough to make a deep run. But you do know if I was a singer and had green is I'd kill him. This is a banger. I know you like it. This is still a banger. Hain Assan and adore don't bother me. Yeah. Well, gotta get an answer. I wish I'm glad I didn't. All right. Joining us right now from ABC seven is Brady, who is join us to talk about the eighth annual feed so Cal food drive in brand, you'll be happy to know that we're here in studio. The last time we spoke with you l z was in a Santa Claus one's a. He is dressed more work appropriately today. Yes. Sepah but stuff obsessive and for all the kids in the toys, your costumes were awesome, by the way, that song you just played that took me back to like junior high high schools dance days. That's amazing. Bender is this took me back completely never? We're out here. We're in Gardena today. This time instead of doing presence for the holidays. We are stuffing giant warmest truck full of non perishable food items for a big step attracts me, so Cal food drive, and we have this location that we're at here, a lot of people have been showing up this morning, making their donations, and we have a second location in Ontario over at Mathis brothers, and it's just it's nice to get back, especially right now, when so many families need it. I'm always willing to help fee. Do whatever I can in terms of trying to help families all over the place. What should they bring out? You know, there's a lot of different things you can bring if you're just, you know, hanging out in your kitchen, and you're looking through your pantry, anything that's non perishable canned. Good. I think like pasta cereal rice, beans, you can bring that out yourself come by or you can even go into your local vaughn's albertson's civilians, any of your local stores and you'll see right now they have this huge feet. So Cal banner up at all. The local stories you can just say, I'd like to make a five dollar donation. And they will put together a bag for you there for five bucks that you could donate. Here's the thing, though. If you come out and say, hi to us here today and Ontario, and guarding at these locations, you can win five hundred bucks. We're giving away five hundred dollar gift cards for people who show up, no purchase necessary. No donation really even necessary. It's always nice though, if you would like to donate. But if you come out here we've had so many people showing up and filling up the track. And then also feeling out just a little kind of drawing, you know, form, and they put it in a box, and we're gonna. Start picking the name later on this afternoon. So he's going to five hundred dollars gift card to alberson's. I try both come off. If you were to win both. That's a lot of drive into be doing southern California during the weekend Friday traffic. I don't know if I'd go took are trying to make my way all the way over to one zero Britney hit from ABC seven is joining us. We're talking about the eighth annual fee. So Cal food drive key has become a vegan, brandy or vegan items of, of he wants to come out. Yeah. Yeah, I guess a lot of non perishable food would be would be begin. How are you doing with that? Because it is ever. I guess there's a lot of other options out there. You know you you can eat beans. You can eat pasta protein wise. I how are you doing with that? It's good. Broccoli. It's like you said is being. It's all, and I'm not full vegan. I just eat vegan food, because my family's vegan, but in the weekends dive into a little meat myself speaking of the weekend in Albert her, when you can every now and then in the event that, you know, listeners are going on man. I really want to participate but I can't get there this weekend. Are the other opportunities for listeners to help easy ABC seven dot com slash feed? So Cal, you can even go there again. It's ABC seven dot com slash feet. So Cal, and you can make a monetary donation. And just, you know, if you're always wondering what am I donated to you'll see information there? All of the money is going to the local food banks here. I'm here in Gardena. So this is the LA Rachel food, foodbank and all of the donations that come into this location. Obviously, you're going to stay in L A. But we make sure all of the funds are going to local food banks in southern California. So if you just wanna make a monetary donation, you can or even when you go into, like we were at our local Vons up in Santa Clarita area, and people are just saying no tomorrow Monday next week the following week for the month of June. He just tell them. Hey, I wanna buy five bags foods, and then they'll just add it to your grocery, you know, your check out bills there. So there's a lot of different ways you can do if you can't come down in person we like to see you because we've that they're giving away free hot dogs down here lunchtime expect. They're going to fire up that grill like an hour here in Gardena on Ron artesia albertson's. And so you come down. Get a hotdog bring the kids they got face painting. It's just a lot of fun. So I know it's right. I don't want people do work, but we're here til six thirty pm tonight. So you got time. ABC seven dot com to donate to the food Bank of your choice as well. Brandy hit from ABC seven. She is in Gardena right now for the eighth and drive Brady. We'll see in a little bit. We'll see in a few months when is getting ready to give out toys all over again? Cream again, 'cause the cute Smeg costumes, I didn't believe they made them in Keyshawn size. So can we all be an acute kind of a Grinch outfit something? We'll get on Amazon is here. We can find online. Okay. See you. You. I don't know what that means. I've been meaning to wait as bad Santa onesie for a while now. I can't wait on God. Chris, what stuffers miss time. Geez. No, I mean, I guess, maybe by then the nutrisystem will really be kicking in. No. You find could you just like Santa just today? That now now now I'll put the onesie on onto those e. Move on. All right, onesie for both of us like big enough for the both. Guess the Tuesday though. Threes. Solo that's what no happening. No, you're not. You're not interested. Now, don't wanna climb hit. So let's talk some basketball fell. So what does he it'd be a finals? That's enough. Draymond afterwards was at the the post game press conference the warriors lose in the finals. They're three and two through this run of there's going to the finals five consecutive years. But Draymond says that they're run is not over. Everybody thinks is kind of end of that's just not smart. We're not done yet. We lost this year. Clearly wasn't our year, but sadder, cookie crumbles sometimes. Well, yeah. I hear a lot of that noise stand overrun and all that jazz Alyce happening dough. We'll be back. It was the end of the run. At least from a perception standpoint prior to Katie rupturing, his achilles prior to Klay Thompson, tearing his ACL is this, the end of the warrior dynasty. Did we see the last chapter of this book written last night, where they lose to the raptors? No, I don't think so I think you what you're going to see is you go to see just a team over the next year trying to find him sales. Maybe make the playoffs just kinda hold it together until clay gets back until Kevin Durant gets back because those are two significant injuries that they'll be sidelined for quite some time outside of that. I don't think that their careers are over by no stretch of imagination. I think both of those players will come back rejuvenated comeback more explosive. Probably better in you say, well, how could that happen? Injuries tend to derail you from a mental standpoint, along with your body. But if you're mentally strong, and you rehab properly because we have in his hardest part so it injury. So if you if you can get through that, then the rest is a cakewalk in this a breeze. Both of those guys are still young enough that their careers are promising and in front of him. So I think the warriors will be right back because curry is still part in question is what's going to happen the drama? Yeah, I mean that, that Wester the real deal Klay. Steph, Katie are still going to be high. High level NBA players two years from now. They are, but the warriors were not just the warriors, because those three guys are great players. That's obviously, the, the main reason why for listing reasons why talent is the number one reason they are what they are. But the other parts that are important, maybe not equally important, but very important. The warriors pieces fit together. Perfectly, the Andre Iguodala piece fit in perfectly, the Shaun Livingston piece fit in perfectly the pieces that they were able to find in secondary. Roles worked really, really well. And those Andre dolla is getting to a point where you would have to imagine his best basketball's behind him. Same thing with Shaun Livingston. You're talking about jumping two years down the road going into that next year. I expect Katie and clay Steph to be the same sort of guys. But I don't know that for sure the coach fits perfectly with these guys. We don't know what Steve Kerr's going to be up to a couple of years from now that there are a whole bunch of moving parts that were the reason that this thing worked as well as it did, and I don't know. I mean age and injuries in sports. Those are the two things you have no control over, and they're going through all of it right now, you know, as is really interesting because as much as we let the credit to go to stay warriors, front office for being smart and how they were able to put this team together. That was a great deal of luck involved as well. Of course Steph having. Slow start to his career allowed him to be signed in a much lower rate than what he would have had. He had a great start. But Draymond green discovery you know, in terms of his flexibility, we talked earlier, about Masai, having to carriage to fire the coach of the year. Well, let's get a front office. The courage for firing. Mark Jackson, who most people thought was doing a fine job in premium Steve Kerr, who had never been a coach before, but he was willing to be nimble enough to make the changes necessary to get that thing going to where it is now. But that was luck that was rolling the dice, you fry to successful guy. You bring a guy who's never coached before. And he worked out. Normally that's a bad move. So there's a lot of look that happen. The gift them to be compiled, the way they are. There's a lot of luck the happen to help them with their run. You know what? No not. What would have happened twenty seventeen quite get hurt? The first time with the Spurs Nagin blowed out. That's what I made that things have to break. Right. You have really good and catch a break or two along the way and find a player or two along the way, the right coach all of these. Things have to happen. And they did for the warriors for five years in a row. And so this idea that it's over. It's not just that the players are old and hurt, which are both true is the engine of love. Yes, you only, but you are known as time, but you're going to give for a year, and then they're gonna reboot okay by bringing those three guys back adding Livingston at some point will be gone would dollar at some point of begun looney. OB healthy again. There's no telling what happens with boogie cousins, but like all championship teams that get a run. They take a dip and then they try to reload with the couple of veteran players that they got in a some sprinkles around the but none of these teams other than maybe the Lakers in the Celtics of old had championship players holdovers that was in the prime twilight at careers when you start thinking about it, you start saying well, like the seventy Sixers with Dr J deducted Jane name, late one. They were old at the end. They won. They never could get back. Back it reboot. But the Celtics was able to reboot, get back the Lakers were able to reboot, get back, whether it was the Kobe dynasty was shack, or whether it was the pile whatever you know, whether it was Michael Jordan, taking a dip for you to go try baseball then coming back. But those same guys that was on the three team, I three p was at the same guys on the second three peat except like Scotty, Pippin you know. So when you look at it from that standpoint, I think they will be back in. It will be back in a hurry and be very competitive, if this was year two or three of this run. I'd be one hundred percent on your side. This is your five. You don't get eight year runs. You don't get seven year runs. They just I mean, it's almost unprecedented sports with the patriots. You know, the spur, let us really rare to have the core of that last that long and just be able to swap out all of the auxiliary pieces. Your core has been damaged significantly with these two injuries and age and the auxiliary pieces and just like the I love it. The pendulum of luck feels like it has swung back the other way. People don't like to talk about Angelina. Look on talk about how important luckiest to all of it. But luck is an important part too or blessing. Harvey wanna characterize as important parts of everyone success. You know, you meet the right person at the right time, and something just clicked it isn't always sense simply about talent. There's so many talented singers in the world. Just as good as Whitney Houston. But she had the pendulum of luck that the right people were around her at the right Ty. See. That's what happened to muscian career. I didn't have the right pendulum. Wasn't on your? Ahead. I, I don't doubt. I don't doubt that the warriors are going to go and do whatever they need to do to keep Katie. And do whatever they need to do to keep clay. I think that they will. But I do think that they're probably having a conversation about all right? We're we, we all agree. Want to do this. Right. Just making sure we all agree that we wanna go all in on two guys their entire year because you could beat a guy that decide not to do that. And they wind up on other teams that make runs like that. And you'll be looking real foolish. You don't wanna don't wanna be that guy. There's another way you could look foolish. And again, I don't think this is how it's going to go, but you sign both guys that had you go nowhere ignificant injuries. And they come back and they're lesser version. Guess what people I guess what? People say it's going to be mad people will say, we understand we understand why he did that then it makes sense. I get it. I understand why you did it and made all the sense in the world. But now we got all this money tied up in two guys that are not what they used to be. And now we're kind of boxed into a position that prevents us from being the. Award outside, you go right here, Mr. smarty pants. But I, I do wonder though, what the conversation is like when cars to Taiwan mode management with Cohen this season. If you've got stuff and, you know, he's entering, you know, year, whatever this is for him like eighth or ninth right now. And he played for years or three years at Davidson. So he's played a lot of minutes if you know that this season is almost like a wash. How are you going to load manage during the course of the season because you can't run them out to kief eighty two gangs? Like you've got a chance to win a championship 'cause you know, that's not the case. So do you hold them back and let them play fifty five sixty gains recognizing that you're going to need him fresher, because you believe that Katy and Clare on a comeback, the following year helping make another run next season? It will be steps eleventh, eleventh seeds. Yes. He's young enough to make a deep run. But you do know if I was a singer and a hat green is I'd kill him. Early Monday morning to Friday night. We miss z country Thursday yesterday. You know why easy? Unveils easy here. I forgot. Speaking of, here's one. Keep flipping your warming up happier here, though. Warming up. Let's good. By the way, Eric churches church. Yeah. He's an amazing concert. He is that staple center show. He did a few weeks back. I know it turned it turned me you were under wellness by his performance. It was the acoustic performance things out there by himself has just an acoustic guitar. Okay, Springsteen, ask in creating with the audience three out. He had three and a half hours on a Saturday night. I sat in intermission in between these he's what I like about him. He's a great lyricist country music for me is less about the vocals, and the twang and stuff, the storytelling, I'm a storyteller. So when I hear tellers. Yes, yes, I am. When I hear the street tellers, I like it intrigued. Lotteries about Saturday nights in whiskey and ex-girlfriends. What's wrong with them, but it's good story, but I don't need to hear it every, every time somebody starts singing at the end of the date is only like five story to be told. I mean they should they should try the other four I met someone. And we're together forever. I met someone and we broke up, she broke my heart. I met someone and I met someone else and then I met someone else I met Jesus, and I met my truck and dog I had five stories I had a high school English teacher in poetry class that said there are two types of poems. There's the flowers are beautiful, and she broke my heart. Uh-huh. That exemplary work with the flowers every day. But you just can't have the flowers, interesting. You know what it's time to do Chris? All right key. Let's start in the NBA. We got a new phrase introduced into the NBA lexicon this season with coli Leonard that being load management that the raptors were very, very careful about when they played them how often they played them. How many minutes they played them because it worked for the rappers away that it did by managing co is minutes. Other NBA teams will be very judicious about their stars minutes moving forward. Take it or shake it shake it. Shake it. I think that every every team in every player's own case by case basis, everybody's different case by case. I mean that's what you look at it. If if you want to manage certain players minutes based on their health, then fine. I think you, you have you ole it to the fan base, right? To who buy those expensive tickets that don't know that this player isn't gonna play or or this players only gonna play a little bit in these spending all this money to come. Enjoy in watch. I'm always I'm of the belief that if the players healthy enough to play he should play. Yeah. I it's a really tough question to answer as a coach or acquire or limit the games dropped the gator never going to do that. They're never given money back. They're never going to give back because then you got to have bacteria money. You gotta give back gate. You gotta do all this things. But it's a tricky question that do I make sure if I'm ready to go. I give this fans what they want, because they paid to see Koi Leonard or if I'm a fan of the rappers, or when. Leonard or won't to see him at his very, very best. When we need them most in the postseason in oh, it's interesting because y was coming back from the injury. And so you can see a justification for that. But to me when you have to keys point, healthy players who are doing that to me. That's what she'd code, and this is why part of the reason why the postseason, so intriguing is because of the war of attrition. If you're skipping so many battles, so that your fresher than everyone else at the money time. I'm not sure if that's necessarily fair. You know, take, for instance, to bear with me for a second. When it comes to tennis dip. Dip significant chunks of the season. And then you're fresh and everybody else. But end of the year is almost like a cheat code everyone else's plan all these torn amounts. And so their legs on his fresh, same thing, when it comes to basketball he played on sixty games. That's twenty two games in which it sailed you're going to be fresher. Yeah. And if you take that same model right? And you spread it across the NBA, unless say, for instance, just to Lakers, the instance, a Laker say, you know what this is what we're going to do. We're going to rest Anthony Davis and LeBron James thirty games. I don't care where the fifth seed to sixty and we're going to be rested and watch what happens compla- off time. You don't want to do that. I don't wanna do that. But if all of a sudden, I know LeBron Anthony Davis are at their peak heading into the plan. But I'm worried. I'm interested that you gotta think about think about more than now. You've got to also think about the fan I get it. That's been that money you go in you go to the concert and Janet Jackson performing under study to study. Oh, we're Janice only going to do one song. This she's leaving. But I just spent seven hundred dollars for those frontal seat, I totally is going to take our place and see. Next one, let's stay in the NBA and the warriors just finished their fifth consecutive year in the finals and two of their most important players went down with injuries. Obviously Klay Thompson the ACL last night. Kevin Durant the achilles. The game before, does it make LeBron's run of eight in a row, getting through it with really nothing at all even more impressive after seeing what the warriors look like after five take it or shaken. I'll take it. Take it eight. It's too. I mean it doesn't you know, aid is I don't even hate is crazy. Now, some of those part deported, what he had gone on in Miami. So, well, no, I understand that. But I just want to I wanna give you everything. It's, it's, it's crazy. You know, the guy who's sitting back and I think, males he was having this conversation. He said back watching it last night, laughing. Hey, you know having some wine, you know chilling looking at the game and just laughing at the fact that everything he had to endure every single year to get to the championship in put everything on his back. And now he said by your see see now how you feel. It's a lot, a lot when you play all those games, it takes us told him as body. And the fact that he was a the he was the best player for two different franchises that took those two teams four straight years. People hate him the bomb because quote unquote and win the regular. That's hard. Look at what the. The warriors look like they look like they're a man unit. There book. Come on. Loonies busted up. Demarcus cousins is busted up. Kevin Durant Klay Thompson. They've, they're all enough hospital clay. And that clay I thought curry got when he got need. Yeah. Right. In the fi I was like that. It's not going to know your win boogie ran into the out of bounds. Trying to say that ball. I was like dog again. Let that go out on current gonna win need. I was like, man. That's a quad that's gonna hurt. Eight in a row. I'm watching those guys drop like flies and all I'm thinking this man. Lebron LeBron built like open built like a building. Yeah. He is. All right. Next one according to Las Vegas now. These numbers were set prior to us, knowing about clay Thompsons knee injury. The warriors were the betting favourite going into next season, when the NBA championship at plus two eighty okay are the favourite the next best odds on the board in Vegas or plus five hundred for the Los Angeles Lakers. Is that because the rephrase that the Lakers are the? The second best team going in the next season key, take it or shake it, but on the roster that they have right now of what Vegas is hedging on what the roster might be take it. Based on what happened to Golden State last night. They will jump to number one. Once the Anthony Davis deal is done once the deal is done, if that's the deal or once they get a veteran all star caliber player. They will be number one. They'll, they'll jump Toronto, the idea of a high screening role with the Brian James and ethnic Davis. Ser- ser- scare Amrani. This is just scare everybody. Who's running the point doesn't say who's running the point run. That's true. Yeah. Hi, screener roll with those two both of them can get to the basket both on the Ccup both them. I'm like you don't want that NBA. Maybe that's what he's where he was so scared. Maybe that's why they're considered second bath, hard of that number two, is that the Lakers are public team and they're gonna get action that that's part of it to last one's gonna major league baseball Shohei Ohtani hit for the cycle last night for the angels. He's the first Japanese-born player ever to hit for the cycle in major league baseball. So that was the story. But alva- pools also hit a home run last night. It was his two hundred home run as a member of the angels really take it or shake it, you can remember any of them. Shake. That's why I say. You know what's he hit six hundred any? Yeah. Yeah, was there any sort of moment in baseball when he hit a six hundred home run. And we were going. What's going to know it wasn't even add, it was like, oh, he hits the country. There's one of them in the World Series right now. The cardinals. Yeah, no. Because you can remember him. That's why it's the two hundred he's hit here. And I can't remember one of them. I mean goes. First of all, they're not important or over for not important because it's the, the angels, and they haven't been in the playoffs and. How many years he this is his fifth year. Seventh year some years two hundred. That's something years toward two home runs. That's production. It's home run production. But if you look at any of the other numbers, the way, no right. And the, the biggest number of all, and why they brought him in here was to kind of get this team back to the World Series. They've been in the playoffs, once they went and three and they haven't been back since. But that's what Tani's fault. No. He's only here in he, he hit the what did he hit the cycle? They hit the cycle last night. And I was glad that was a bad night to hit. Say a quiet cycle. It's the angels against the Tampa Bay rays. It doesn't get much quiet. You gotta go five to get down near to why you want to be able to hit for the cycle and a night, you know what to do. Go to Pucci dot com. Glue, proud sponsor of taking her shake it. They gotta deal for your promo code seven ten at checkout. Get only five dollars. Why are you laughing me? Why, why are you laughing dollars shipping blue dot com? Hit the cycle this weekend. Okay. How do you feel when people are in your ear are key? We're watching the game out again. So arguably the most exciting part of the NBA season is about to start. Do. Knows birthday is tomorrow, tomorrow. Remember this great moment. Oh boy ice cube. I got Keyshawn because I'm going for that hate mass more sense. You'll be asked key. Family, what I want you to run that race beat that ass and pop champagne. I meet you at the podium. Why was ice cube? So anti Marcellus or was it just that he was that pro key? Yes. Okay. And we also found out that ice cube in key actually related. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Very what are you sprung that on us Christly said, in that thing you said you were blood family or Fabra family what we didn't know that for a while. Long lost cousins. Right. I mean a married into it or something in-laws. They're connected connected. Have you brought that game forty nine we're we're thought we'd get to a day where ice cube was a movie star in family movies. Yes. We have families to no, no. That's not what I meant. I mean we've. He the guy commend you. Hey, was starting family movies? I don't think that was the, the odds were long in Vegas on that one. That's true. That is true. Did not see that one. No. But then again, that's the beauty of evolution happy birthday to him forty nine years. Ho the vastly. Travis. Yeah. He did that one that one, I so usually I have my thought right. And you guys do your thing and I can Mabel to hold onto my thought it'd be kind of muscle through it, and just wait for it to go away and start over again. That was a when you said that every thought that I had in my head just gone gone. I got nothing for you free agency or around the corner. That's the next step. And then we got the season which will start again here in few months in the fall. The load management thing I think is interesting for a couple of different reasons. Because one, I don't know if you won't see sports maybe more than anything is a copycat sort of situation. If you do something that works, I'm going to start looking at whether or not that's going to work for me load management, worked for Toronto and coli, Leonard Cohen Leonard was not only looked healthy and that he looked great. I mean he he was going through. I know you had the little bump along the way and we had a game or two. He's having, but never looked like it was really affecting them all that much. He was healthy through most of the regular season. The warriors are about to go into season without clay without Katie. Steph curry is going into his eleventh season in the league. I mean you have to think at some point if the warriors are going to be a playoff team, but a playoff team has to open on the road. So there's somewhere between five and eight if we don't see a little load management for Steph curry. I know that's a new building. I know that they're going to charge a fortune to come and see games there. But you also have to have a big picture perspective to it. It would be foolish for the warriors to run him out there. Freddie, two games and only because if you know Katie and clay are not going to be there and it's just going to be stuff and Draymond. And then some new pieces unless unless you're telling me, you're young guys is ready to step in and Boston to be something special, then it would be foolish to put those minutes on his body, when, you know, the opportunities to win a championship are slim to none based upon injuries here team preserve that body. So when you guys come back, you have a fresher, clay to get with fresh. Katie go. They fresh with staff, and then you go and you make your push I don't think I'm gonna go as far as saying that the warrior thing is over right now. But I think what what's over is the inevitability of the warriors and everything running through them not that they because look they've been in the finals five times have gotten beat twice. So they're the team to beat in there the team to get through if you want to do it. I think that that's parts done that I don't know if we can just automatically. And I'm next year aside, but just the idea of art, we're gonna start the season and in less clay, and Katie or whoever happens to be a part of it. At that point goes down. There's I I can't see a path. There was never a path short of what we saw that was to beat the warriors, and I think moving forward because of age because of roster turnover because of all the chemistry things we've talked about the, the road is open, not just next year but it's open for good. Not that they won't be a part of it. You're going to have to beat them at some point. But they're not going to be that team is. I got something something we gotta have him for us to get them, right? I mean that's just what happens after a period of time, the run is over and I'm not saying that run is over. But the racist tighter, they're no longer Ledin as their like you, same boat. You're winning the race. But you not blown us away the way you used to you got to wonder too. If rob Pelinka when he saw what happened to clay didn't think, okay. I, I was all in on Anthony Davis already. But now I'm if there's a way to be even more in on it. I need to go do it right now because the runway just cleared. Everything is available in not just eventually now. This is going to be fun. Travis. Can't wait. Get the confetti ready people. Tell quite is gonna leave 'cause going to be I think he has he's, he's got a passport thinking he'd be the first one to ever do it. Leave a championship team is the best player. But if anybody is going to be the first ever to do anything. It's that nude. Yes. So happy, Father's Day. Travis happy, Father's Day to you too. Happy Father's Day to all of them out there. You're listening to k SPN Los Angeles. Enjoy Father's Day.

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It came from an actual lady that i was messing with. Who was feeling a little insecure about her booty and She had a fat ass. But it was like you ever see to ask. That is the most round. But it's fantastic when you set the fuck up basically so that was my way of saying you double cheat the i couldn't. I just slipped it in there. Somehow and then i remember saying it and i don't know why said it all set. Yes if you watched the video. As when i say i'm just gotta hesitant like this is all kind of weird for me to be saying. It's about a. Do you believe in comedy at the end of the day. That's when it all comes down to where will you go over to the extent of it. I've definitely i've crossing lines of you. I've even i. I've done such dumps it just for the joke that like it's like it's been like a box out of the was a box full of old books cds or something like that and he was. I man is company. Just send me that. And i'm like i grabbed the whole box. Everything out like boss. Grace edge is crazy. Had the whole room filled with all his sit and had to sit there and picking everything up putting glad you app. I'm like it was worth. I don't care bit is because bubbas go remember when the day just went normal and we always know. Remember that time we're gonna talk about sat. the corners did because that is majority of my days chile. And that's most of us but you know we get around other people other billions of humans and we act up. We all out. So what would you say is is is something that you like to do. Or you're into that people wouldn't expect go. They might be surprised by says my birthday last year. I've been. I've been golfing a lot. 'cause i just turned thirty word. She like thirty year old activities. Pull him smoking benches out and cutting just pull up gardena and blow hill of golf. Course and then guardian. They really do about it about. Somebody live across the street from arab. Where are you from ella. Yeah okay okay. Peak okay. Word word word word worked for paramount paramount long beach longest hand and then paramount to a few years ago. But i went to school in gardena gardena balakrishnan schools. It's funny because gardena valley. Christian school is right on one second across street guardian high. You know what. I'm saying so. One of our homeys My boy who who died. He was a crip right in eighth grade. He thought he was up until up until eighth grade. He's always he was always claiming credit. And you had a revelation. Well here's what happened busy. So and then when he started going and gardena high with all the smo- is he was like oh sit autism. It's not what i was born. Ready came back freshman year. High school was like claiming he was nas. Scott part pyros claiming audience buzzer bro literal. You would let your crib last year. What happened here. I was confused. I did it my way. I didn't know. I saw some tongans. I thought they were similar. Things cruise you ever heard of polynesia bar rules so called gangbangers at that age at la is always tricky because yo mama fit in the mood. You know all these things in life like offer to getting victims shitty over here climbing. That's fact so you know what it was. Like about the homing specifically is he. He lived in area of gardena and all his like oj. Older homeys who were like maybe six years older than him they were they were crips or they would ask claim crip shit or whatever right so then but they weren't samoan and then when he started being around his own people and he was really trying to client. He's like i'm simone to. Oh let's go to use blah blah blah. And he realized. Oh shit i'm on. Oh i should change my shirt what we do. Why is it. Those samoa's has claimed blood so happy family connected awards at a blood. You know. I don't know i don't know of paramount they I feel like a lot. Most most the crips was talking talking to you. It doesn't go like some on you blah but where most of the tongs crips smalls of blood Most of that was carson right like his ladas more blood and carson right beautiful. The sun is beautiful. You know what's funny is. I was literally just talking to somebody the other day about how beautiful the sunsets are. Incompetent like over the bridge from paramount to compton. Like i'll be driving back from la. And then i literally one time was in paramount and i was like to sunset over is beautiful brown. I drove to the bridge over just to be like. Wow this is take pictures not allowed to have high rises. Everything's fucking low level cheat so you get to see the so pretty much nick. Julius all teams real estate you remember. Butch julia stiles. Serious fury. Julius julius. I thought you julia child is all off. I did it teddy funny. So i'm cool. He said julia child. Oh my god we're over your views like oh no. What's going house like. Julius style house racking my brain like what else are made that by the way. Oh yeah you quaking. I don't know but if you think about it. The only big building is the fucking courthouse lacob matches though and horses and other ships on the low. You don't know if you know you know. I went to imagine a competent. I didn't believe it until i was in. That bitch lost the now. I did you remember how you there because i went once as a kid to do he was he owned a house my possible and we went and then she was beautiful. And i'll say where are we in my dad's still. Oh no idea how they are. Never been back. I've never seen. I should get there might be off greenlees because greenleaf. What do just luring in young chubby black kids into compton trump. A hello young housekeeping. Well yes it should me out the first time i saw some some horses galloping down the street and confidence well i didn't. I didn't that there were that many ranches and shit incompetent until lap capital. Yeah yeah until. I really looked into it And and there's a golf course right there off of Somerset as well a little part. Don't leave. That's why you though like water joe riot beverly hills before we didn't be able to deal with the design i went to because they want to keep their family. So you not trying to a get a house in the hills like in the future so all ball is i mean. Hey but the hillsdale's like right here. Off how hollywood hills nine for you. Now i'll be out. I'll be outweigh. Gimme the hills okay. Now try and through ills special about them hills noble back and the parking is terrible terrible hair and so many weirdoes got access to your crib and people will be like mean the heels like right off sunset. You can give found quick. Data's want the pitch for grimness it. We've been here all live so it was like something bigger than instagram. Pitcher shit ain't special to now all property. I'm she by half. It was a was up. Also you know. The olympics are back concerts or back. 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You currently torn we bring back our show that we had at the ha ha. Okay cafe young. Og comedy show One tuesday out the mind. This money will be on july thirty july twentieth jeremiah. Thirty my birthday shadow. Anybody getting ready. I wear size seven and three or four. Appreciate your gillette thirty. Hey his shoe size before his head size. Love big seventy four so i haven't ordering these damn shoes rumbold. No that was an option. We got some. We got a couple of questions for you. Offer offer instagram. You know people love you met you. I mean i love everybody. And i love people have been asking me to get. You want to sue for a minute now. Yeah they always. Whenever i asked greek prince anyway i brought so many of the people that were all deaf on and did you get a lot of So when you went you indoor doboy. We're doing the verses a we all like really. We are really trying to win or like here bro. It was competition. And i think that's what made it so good. You know look back audit just because we was really seriously thinking we was better than the next nigga right competitive. Will you put two men together. They rarely do they just complementing each other on brother your heirs phenomenal. Your spirit is spectacular. Speak more so like telling how built show right right man. I never i i. We probably talked about this before but like the all deaf or just the environment of constantly roasting each other with so tiring for me bro. How i did it. that's why. I stepped away because i couldn't She gave me a headache. I think i quit. Rose will be on on air where i was over. People will always come up to me in because a while now and they will ask me for shadow like yo can you. Can you like me. Whilst like honestly i was gonna tell them like i don't i don't i don't like it. I don't feel like i don't you don't wanna hug. You don't wanna conversation that bless her heart. Treat me like shit. Do do al-tv for me right now. Know you get a lot of people come up to you like oh made me laugh. You can media. I hate it when i'm talking to a lady and we've been talking and we have conversations like and she's been laughing all conversation and then i'll tell her what i do for a living and then like oh tell me a joke bitch get the fuck off. Chuckling was doing earlier. knock it off. That was regular nigga. Funny you guys are comedian. Is there a you ever had any fan annoying fans come up to you when you were out and about out with a lady or something like that because we definitely have had our instances blades to i'm sure whereas like sometimes people overstepped our boundaries. You need a pistol for y'all fit there there. Some of them are really cool. Shout out to the nice ones. It's the ones that come After like oh. I saw you walk in in this place where you are in this outfit. I think our saw that those are the ones that freaked me out because a lot of people don't just come up to me so it's like they're respectful or if they do they're fatherhood off message like i'm over here line. I'm like not me. How did you spot me. No but mine are actually also. I'm not small and will yell at you but if it was people that are like are. You also had somebody in vegas. Actually it was like. Hey are you nikki blades. Like yeah this me. he's like. I wash no chaser. Okay thank you. And then they're just like cool when they leave. It's more like the acknowledged. They're really cool. So i got lucky but how are yours. It's just depends like depends on where i'm at and who i'm around. I've had people do shit like come up to me put next to my face. It'd be like that was you. I'm doing and then walked away. What was worse than that is when they come up with the phone in your face and they're already on live or they're already getting a story say what's up to my. I'm like man you don't want be a dig. I've seen how they react to him. Like i've been in this. I've been in the same space where tim comes in. And we're like in the bay to you. And i both know what is about to happen. Are you prepared. He's like yes so since he walks in the i guess almost love in the bay area man more shots at the bay area because i get so much out there rose is great and also the thing about is i feel like bay area. The difference between bay area and a lot of people out here ism. There's no even if people might be a fan. I hear sometimes you know it might be. They don't want to be that dude. Because i feel that like i don't wanna be that dude a lot of times even when we're shooting while and i was like i didn't like ask me pictures from people because i don't want to be a dude but Sometimes people are they like to play the. I'm too cool. what i'm saying. They might be fan but they don't but they they like because yeah and he like artists. I didn't obey. They ready for you. I'm a family. He thinks he famous. I'm not gonna say shit but then like and then afterwards you know they might people come up to you pretend like the and in later on. Oh nine now won't video. You did like that right but in the bay fuck. It's all they just trying to. So you know is cool. Emma energy is more real more genuine so obviously go come off the dribble. Come on we got to take a few years ago. I had uber driver. That wouldn't take him for answer thinking i was you. He's looking in the riverine shays businesses on the youtube shit. So i'm like. Oh yeah i knew ten you right at all. No no i news you. Susan alagar is that is how you and he. He would not take no for answer. He started when you said. I didn't see that one but he never believed me. Reckless shoot In the i mean say that should just blaming the. Oh i forgot. He's like he's like what are you talk about. You had a full beard. Last time i saw the part. I'm hating on grow. None it is now. I'll tell the barbara to put an extended or side shop to make you know. Oh i can't. I can't grow none of you guys so Yeah bro so you know. Love be grateful. Yeah no financial aid will come out. Like just kinda scraggly around here they see like. Yeah if i let it grow grow. It'll be real cafe. She and as much as we'll come out like here's a little come out here. You know what i'm saying but it's not like thick. Yeah i'll be brushing miss. It means every time. I think i'm just gonna do his thing for a couple of weeks. I'm like it starts to look like try really hard to gross up to do away with it man. What would you say is your favorite City you've done stand up in know since we talked about different city so in different levels of love and whatnot i live. dc. Hit heart interesting. Dc was was a good city to perform That was what my first aid mining city too. So okay i had to do. Four shows our peace. All love you though word this as though i think i went to and it was and it was ladies out there ready after the so ready for art. How are your groupies like what's the approach. What's the what's the way to get back to your room. Are they white. Usually no no for the most part a lot of my supporters are white women but a couple of them are shot onto young the year. You know i mean do you. We as an easy way conversation out eight or whatever like i don't know just chill like loki audit. Brigham women back to the room. I like to know somebody Because after both were know. I almost have to kick me out. I didn't have. I didn't have shit happens so now. I'm like hey i can't leave. The city to work reminds us smart little but if i freely friendly. Here's tickets to the show. I know what to do now. I like relationships. like all Yeah but they less likely to you know take a video of you asleep or some state if the special bond situations come on out says you don't wanna fuck this off. They still do shit they just don't post it. They send it to you like two months later. Oh god what the fuck scary social media. He was drooling on my county just so cute video sleep so you had finally fell off while you were sleeping. Bangs negative ahead on the market are planning which is oh my god. He just doesn't go record. I told you that looked weird. Miss get checked. When is the teddy ray. Only fans come into the internet. I started wanting to pay me. Did you you call teddy studies. I was i was just going to be doing random things around the house. I'd say ballots. Who's gonna argue dubbing subscriptions. And i didn't have the energy to promote it. I don't know these holes now like they'll go on twitter and it'd be breads tenny threads wagon three. Yeah pussy threads threads off and then they'll post. I only fans eitan. I feel you would have made a nice little quick little bag though. Just out of curiosity if you with me you started it. That's more than a lot of people jog. Only only vans way early in the game before negative girls got on there. Because i thought it was going to be the way out of the fucking youtube de monetize asia. Shit it. it didn't work and and then girl start getting negative on there so it really didn't work mile my boy one of his co worker started only fans as she was only like sewing. Her lips are her mouth lives brought at in lake and then she would post like apparently she was supposed to like lip gloss -issippi like carlos something special. The girls at at like people were like and then he hit her so he was like you know he signed up for her. She had to see what she would be posing and he was like with a foot and he. He comedies on soda. He's like no whatever he's like as she says he she said this is just the lips at people get the little lips only a league later. 'cause she got everybody she a lotta women out there. Got that quick bag right curiosity. Positi bag I wonder what she looks like. I've been waiting to see our body or longtemps and artist is every time tim pays me. I say one more month. I don't have to sell my feet on only fast check said look i am ready. Just ain't nothing wrong with extra money. Just do this beat animas sales to hash out. No i posted up my pedic. Posted them on pedicured. The other day and people were like four free for free. Thank you way to show your fans love. I was like why they were so excited. Like look when i close. Yeah they love their crazy gray. The fans. I'm pretty sure to like if you go on. Live or any way that they could drop the cash up. sometimes they just show love. I really think you know you have a future. Not that's what. I did last pair. I made elebrate. How wrenching along a dorm preacher she like. And i would say hit. The cash s. should've start bleeding is so much. Open a church around. He's i mean he's kind of woods dope that's come out of is like it's like a real system of if i forward you send you a little something. I think people have more of an understanding of the independent artists. Not you know. And they know like they used think. Oh you got certain spots just rich house a lot more talking a lot more like now. We still working to get near where we wanna know. Just help us out those three dollars. Five dollars whatever you know patriots however they can support Greatly appreciate and then it makes them feel like cool. If i don't like i'm showing you love. Then you're going to keep working. I get to see my favorite person because now they understand what's going on and the sellout thing is heavily spoken about anymore. It's more like we know you got bills to pay so let me help you. It's almost like let me help you so you don't have to do something that you go onto yet again. Just another month shouts everybody on our patriotic. I know i don't like what it's my page you on specifically. I know it'll be a whole lot aside room. Really the only thing i'll be posing a patient is the podcast without that without the average So still around. I appreciate next episode of teddy doboy. Who can make the most money. In the first month of only van slide would be and then who can who can keep us. Travis around that rebuild. Doboy will go all out. Don't be really he'd i while you know. Also what would you say. What a doboy beat you at that. You were surprised and vice versa Browder still the most rid episode of all was. The boxing broke because doboy podcast told me before the fight he was like i got a commercial shoot tomorrow so if we could just avoid like the face and you know just taking which is filming right. Because i i i me myself. I've broken bone swinging satellite. All right. yeah you probably would go crazy. Just chill out. But i don't do no long fights and then we'd fight did not make us out quick all of this three welsh it. That's where you're going to get the upper hand me because i'm going to be windy like But that was the one that i felt like you know. And he took that one. Which one did i win. Either one outta music. Why he hated that. I wonder oh he really writes. He was a christian gospel. Rapper i right. He really got a musical background right now. As molly and we used to do a musical collaborations tudo freestyle videos. Cds think about add when we got there they were so it wasn't the culture it is now you know it was just. Hey y'all make me free. It'd be funny the culture that russell promoted to us. That's what we went in there and we had that freedom and then i think the roaster kinda came from me just roasted doboy every day so it just became office cultures. Yeah really it. Was the office. Culture rose doboy. That was the biggest. Like just everybody. And then i hate it because i was like. I'm also sharing like bullied. Homey on only i believe. Isn't it right so he does. So what you would you got coming up there. We should be looking forward to sit. God is good. I just did a quick wolf saying and then new house party movie. It's as you wanted to know. Did that is like he was in it. Just saying that's great. I'd say i got there was a movie that came out. It was a massive p movie. I gotta go to and he d m e to being it. And i was like yeah man. I'm him line. it was somebody who want his people. Something like that Also yeah cool down and then never you know so many roles and i got the hook up to. You probably just forgot. Yeah i mean it's definitely a lot of people in it to how i don't know how many people's house party that it was only me a dc on the day that we shot. Yeah we were a restaurant type simply. I don't know. I'm just happy to be working. I just shot of music. Video for the hami blast You know people ever want you to do music getting the boobs business bars. I i got music alert. I'll be seeing an issue. But i feel like my singing is more of older negative vibe night. Gerald levert general of our favorite nets. That's how i feel like. I'm the one he calling the room please. I got a rolex from eighty two once. Thanks you ever think about combining them doing a comedy album. Yeah i wanted to. Do you know when double disc was the thing that would be like. Yeah oh so much. Music pumpers crazy bone put out like a forty hour. Forty track alba. I won't grazing crazy. Yeah i i remember. Remember 'cause i remember looking at the back of the seat. Because i was a big boat books at it stuck out because i was like even for double album. This is a crazy amount song. The whole forty so no. I didn't buy it. But i just remember looking seen it. It was just crazy going to miss everybody and nobody album. Nellie would sweat su. He had to yeah. Yeah so i was going to have music have gone. Looks like if i believe is going to be random now. 'cause i can't i have a hard time picking a assay as like. Yeah almost like picking a wife merely rather keep plugging issue. What are come across. So you're not trying to settle down right now and i like about. We'll talk about comedy. Lana i switched no. So what are we talk. Women women women. Oh do i have somebody right now. Sure know i kinda lesson buddy. Go but i kind of really fucked with i wanted to. I didn't mind if anybody if any his world is gonna rob me for half. It could be. I would would she. I don't know what the program for i like. A lot of time should be taken too long for women. Right are the crack because you you you you concentrating on what you gotta do and i'm not concentrating on how much vail for wedding dress calls. All it is other shit that you've got on your mom. Yeah yeah they really got to be ready for the long haul the long haul and then i was like oh yeah. You ain't a lifer you is like if i could get this done in two years. Get what this oh. The relative success is always under construction. So no good thing. Yeah no desk sounded. Say two years but i picked up energy right. I was gonna say you so you going start the tea after when when we say you didn't see the red flags you're like kinda but i just ignored them. No you saw. It was like okay. I'll be not best. I feel bad. Sometimes i think about my ex. It was a good year and a half hours. My my broke all them down and then we broke up all of access. I let her keep the netflix goodyear. After the why. I was like oh keep that also man pull it up. Hey man thanks for having me where this is beautiful. As i like this location of y'all would've open these windows. You always see the city issue. Smoggy is very smoggy. But i love the smog. La i love. I can't in a clean air city like this city is like a piece of tupperware has been. It'll work man but there's a little residency. Yeah beautiful but not take off for having me. Yeah man to make sure you follow teddy ray on everything if you don't already smith's hilarious if you if you couldn't tell and yeah hold on. You can't talk about missing this. oh shit. i forgot their shout domestic this. Mtv smokey ma bad for i love you adam. Rippon shot out is coming out sometime in fall but we already got renewed for season two. I was hey there by. I don't know what to do. Hey look isn't that a fun. Easy bag bra. The easy part yes. The far apart is like i feel guilty but how easy year like guilty. Like damn i mean racking my brain trying to figure out which way i'm explode under like i'm just gonna talk about cat video man back. Can i tell you first of all without saying too much my deliciousness bag is way. Better than when i when they called me for this new season a wall and out and i was like you gotta be in the bubble but is there any my nigga film in for this. I come after this day and they never while now. Because you know i guess you couldn't break the bubble or whatever but like i got cats to talk about me ridiculousness. Hey all off. They all nisus dog anytime. Ridiculousness post any of deliciousness. First of all having him be like damn. How do you just go and replace. How going to replace rob like that with this bootleg ridiculousness like it doesn't say produced by rob dear dick in the puck and credit is right and then game day. Just hate anything. That's not rob stilo and fucking scenario. They be so mad in the comments. Bro i saw. Woody gotta funny laugh that has you know market will smell rights. Um i'm high for you man. I'm glad you got that. And i'm high for all the nisus in this. When they auditioned for james he got the Yeah and i think. I think me james just been on the side so we got space for you overhear snooky and these white people and that's it tripping. Meow bro stove stove to mtv shots. Empty off. right there. I tell through man. Thank you off. 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Ep 464 - Mosquito, Pneu e Crossfit

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Ep 464 - Mosquito, Pneu e Crossfit

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B-REAL - EPISODE 116 - ROADIUM RADIO - TONY VISION - HOSTED BY TONY A. DA WIZARD

ROADIUM RADIO

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B-REAL - EPISODE 116 - ROADIUM RADIO - TONY VISION - HOSTED BY TONY A. DA WIZARD

"Young tony i train of peace maracas schipol at the rodeo stupid yolks. Straight the motherfucker doctor shop stop within the chew. Don't know what i'm saying. And and and that ignored kicking platz on a serious serious deaths. You wanna go first and foremost before. I introduce my very special guest today. I'm gonna go ahead and make a few announcements first of all. I want to thank everybody. That bought ad Those of you who have hit me up today and got ads. Some of you hit me up late last night and bought ads and so far so good. A lot of people have said that from sunday's our interview to gotten a lot of great response just from one added being on rolling radio during the break so once again. If you wanna buy ad go to a documentary forward slash ads documentary forward slash and there. You'll find everything where if you wanna buy ask for a month for two weeks or even just one episode other than that you can go to documentary dot com and look up. Our merge perhaps are beanies. Whatever the hell you want and for those of you that are interested in hard copies once again you could buy them a high c. album that i produced and also all the otago mix tapes. That in dr dre did back in the eighties early nineties. And i'll have more a lot of people kick continue to ask me. Am i going to continue to rematch. Someone bring them out. Yes but my team right now is kind of small so you know it's going to be in a little bit the blu ray documentary will be out soon hopefully before christmas. That will be all soon and we got some new stuff coming new year's okay. We want to bless you guys with but If something for some reason something happens as technical difficulty we're experiencing technical difficulties last night and today so bear with us but without further ado please allow me to introduce my very special guests. The row from cypress hill list goodman. Well you know what. Thank you for accepting my invitation We talked but before we get into what we talked about on the phone which was all positive. It's important for the people that don't know pretty much what happened. What was what took place right here. i wake up on friday. If i'm correct. It was like twelve days ago on friday november twentieth. Us make up. Somebody sends me something on a saturday morning. Just a little clip on my dm. Yeah okay and Somebody named derek me calls and says something would you ever consider. Would you ever be on tony. The wizards rodeo and radio podcasts. Before you could even answer eric. Bogle said Probably not right and the crazy thing is. I didn't pick up that it was him who said it for some reason because the camera was panned on me and then it goes to him late after the fact that he said it so a lot of people thought i had said it right so what i did i send it to my boy. John and i said hey meant Timber what you think of this. And i'm still laying in bed with fucking like my eyes bro. And just like looking at it. And i'm like fuck like what do you think. And he said he didn't even answer. It didn't go look at his mouth he didn't even answer. I said okay. Throw right so we sat on it. We were in here working saturday. And here's all aisin. I'm gonna post it up and see what people think that's all that's all that was and posted up and direction reaction came in. Everybody thought that it was you that said it's so if you can kinda just share what pretty much took place something. That's simple. yeah. I mean you know we do the show dr green thumb podcast and bobo and i we have this like dry humor shit with each other. You know what. I'm saying where we crack on each other or will finish each other's sentences but in a rude type way and whatnot and he you know he took the liberty of doing that. Then which was bad timing. Obviously in he went as far as san as much when we went on the next show. 'cause he didn't want to offend you and he didn't have nothing against you airing that and then you know what i told you may know this guy from then he remembered and all that stuff so he wanted to make sure he went out of his way to say that there was no crazy. Shit it was just a bad joke and whatnot. And i told you that i felt bad after that because i felt like i should have said something but we usually just carry on with each other's jokes and you know as as shit happens on the internet people make something out of nothing and so his for me like you know anyone that knows me if i got beef with somebody. It's well well stated. I don't you know i don't hide behind nothing. You know what i mean so it was. It was a bad joke. Bad timing you know was trying to get at you. And i remember people saying that i had blocked you and this and that and i wanna put people up on game with this right now if you got a content creator account and you have to put like that. Your shit is adult content. Whoever's following you if their age is not verified on count your shit looks blocked not mean Because a lot of people are telling me a wide you can follow me or wide. You block them. Like i am blocked. Nobody and i found out that that's what it was that you know if if your shit aids at the age verified shit it won't allow you to see the content if you're putting out adult branded content. What not so. That's why you weren't really seeing my messages. As i was like bro. You're now blocked trying to get at you. I sent you like three. Dmz you know what i mean and fortunately think it was keno right correct in your son who got at me and said hey listen call him. You know you guys should talk. All this shit is crazy. We should be talking about unification being cool and there was never a beef to start but a misunderstanding. So i called you once. They gave me the number. We chopped it up and we got here. Yeah yeah and If i could back up a little bit so sunday. I did episode and i have to bring this up because i believe it's important and i brought up and i had thought once again. You had blocked me. Because even even now i still can't figure page or get dm. And i mentioned it. You know what be I thought you were my homie. And i don't remember what forward. But i just said you know what get at me destroyed us up etc. Yeah okay so and then the very next day which was a monday My son tells me you know what be real. We're going back and forth on a comment. I got diem on my number. Tell him i still cannot see his his messages or whatnot. Yeah so But the thing is when you're blocked when sake say you blocked me. You wouldn't be able to comment rate in all my stuff. Yeah exactly and that's what was bugging me out. Because i'm like i can't see his page but i see his comments. You know so what happened. Was you called me. And i remember it was. It was funny. Because i was laying down on the couch. You're alone like i was close to what i was doing. Dope real tony. I was like. Yeah what are you doing. I'm watching harry potter. Whether you've got kids popov that's the way it is. Yeah yeah so and you know that broke the ice and then from there you know what i have to be honest as a man i have to say what i'm about to say because i love being transparent a being honest i consider myself very humble modest person but i love to give people not only their shine the recognition. But let me say this. I call them my very good friend. I don't have too many very good friends. You know. I can count on one hand. Happiness leftover but i said hey Bureau just called me and we talk for ten fifteen minutes and he apologize for what i thought i heard or he said i could understand your point of view how you would see it. That's pretty much while by said he'd he'd tell me my bad. I dropped the ball. I goofed up. He said man. I'm sorry i said any man that can be honest and say i'm sorry for for what happened. And what took place. Or you know. I i should have just answered it or whatever i have to respect that man on a whole different other level us because he told me. I'm sorry today you got kids. I won't even say that anymore. don't just say my bad or fucked up or whatever but for you to take the time because you could have easily have said you know abby real fucking fuck. Let him whatever he wants to. You could have said that but you. Didn't you took the time. So i have to say that. I respected you now. Even more on a whole new level because of stefan call thank you so i have to say that and we hung up on good terms. There was never ever any be before that we've been now. So that's why. I felt like you know what i just needed. Clarification people here were saying you know what he needs to come on. But once again that you didn't have to you could have you just aborted. Let a- let have been an internet thing but you as a man you came here. You came to my neighborhood. You came to a podcast. And now i want to say thank you. Thank you because that's understanding right there. You know what i mean like. A lot of people don't ever want to own their shit they would see fit to ignore it and let their become something bigger out of it and From me man you know there. There's so much division out there right now that we're fucking dealing with because of the assholes. Did you know run our country. You know what i mean. We can't have it amongst us. You know because we're we're the voice of the people we represent and nasa us. You know what. I mean so always thought stronger together man in for me when i make a mistake i like to own up to it. I don't like hide behind my name or any of that ship because again you know you can't be a man doing that. Shit means so five wrong somebody in any kind of whether it's a big or little you know i'm showing up in. I'm owning it because you know that's have always been when a had nothing to win. I started having some. You know what i mean and to me. I think that's why people that are fucked with our like people. I know for life in in we get down with each other because of that understanding what i'm saying i'm a show of for you like you would show up for me. You know what. I mean. In if i if i did you wrong. I'm gonna tell you you know what i did you wrong. My bad on that and You know. I think it's important for mother. Fuckers to see that because again whenever wants to own up to shit end just let it be some big shit that they you know. Gain off the controversy of it or whatever you know what i mean and then who knows what the fuck happens from there. 'cause everybody got home that wanna ride forum in and you know that's where the fuck ary starts. It ain't never the to motherfuckers. Interacts having the conversations. Always the homeys that end up having to ignite things even further. I know that because you know we been through that shit in for me man. you know. that's not what it's about it's about unity is about you know like us having platforms like this having discussions and uplifting fuckers dropping gems on him to to see how you navigate in make elaine. Brian mean like the way you said you made disdain was very organic right. It wasn't even like the intention but you did that and more month. 'cause need to hear about that in see that to say you know what do that like for me right. Music was my lane. And that's all ever thought i was going to do you know but then all these these different opportunities to like dua podcast opened up a dispensary or do any of that shit was lanes that opened up for me. You know what. I mean in it for us to be able to show people that it's it's possible from Custody from where we come from the come from nothing in build some shit. You know it's important to see that muffler beef and over nothing. You know what i mean right you know what and and i also wanna thank abobo. Because that day. That morning we talked on monday morning. You know I was glad. I was glad that we spoke and men and i'm glad once again. You called me. And that monday i think they i believe you. Address that would bo-bo. Yeah and bobo said the same thing. It's all love. There's nothing wrong. Somebody actually sent me that video as well. Because i didn't think you were gonna address it. I thought we already talked about it. Now man we had to. We had to show the love and and make sure man you know because real really there was nothing there and people you know took it in the wrong context knows a bad joke and he wanted to squash that in. Let let there be known that there's love right there. No no salty she. 'cause i hit him up after. I'm like a bull like do you got some going nam. Now got what happened. I'm like well. This is what happens like the man so he wanted to come explain that in absolutely go ahead and explain that so that people get some clarity on you know where you stand on shit and because he make sure people know. Look i got love for homey you know. It was tuck joke in a bad when that. But that was my bad and You know so i. I was proud of them to do that. Because again you know his heart from focus to come out. In admitted they did something that was not kosher. You know what i'm saying. Go i'll go to you know what well clear that up. That's move on. Or how was your thanksgiving. How our the holidays for you. So far it was It was more intimate. That usually don't like you know my wife. He comes from a traditional family known san whereas all the family there for thanksgiving celebration. You know straight mexican shit. You know This year it we had you know it down. You know just out of you know because of everything fucking going down just to be safe. You know what i'm saying so it was mellow and i like mellow. I don't mind mellow y'all said. I i've i've never been like the holiday guy. Okay i had to warm up to that as you know we had our little girl and we're building a family at the warm up to the to the holidays when i was never the guy that embrace the thanksgiving's the fucking christmas times shit like that. You know what i'm saying right. That came later so you know but this one was cool. It was mellow because most of the time. I'll be out on on tour. You know doing whatever on tour and shit with whether it's prophets of rage or or cyprus or or serial killers of whatever you know usually around this time one of the band's is on tour so rarely home around this time so it was good to be home like at this time like the whole stretch not coming in for a couple of weeks Going out for three weeks coming back in for weakening going back out for another four weeks. That shit is wearing on the soul man. But for this this. This is like the probably like the longest time i've been at home. Been able to be with the family during the holidays so it was cool. It was real mellow for the people that may not know. What originally are you from. Where did you grow up at. I grew up in east. La originally. I moved around a lot though. Like from whittier. Tamana bello to monterey park free time in pico then as it got you know we moved more towards the middle. You know like in Like we were in southgate for at time is in southgate homeys that i met their lifelong home. He's obviously sent dog and his brother mellow and olive of cypress hill crew. Did we grew up with like those are my my lifelong homeys when i moved to southgate for that little bit of time. That's where i met my crew crew. You know what. I mean. But i moved. I continued to move around a lot. I lived in in gardena for time. And i was parked up in gardena for some years while we were doing our demos ship but realistically yeah i came from the east side in just sort of moved around for a minute in the. Yeah i mean. I know fucking shit like the back of my hand. I moved around so much Yeah the i'm i i. Though wherever goldman. I learned to adapt at a young age. No matter where we were at his father always kept us on move. I mean i remember. When i was very young my grandmother lived out here. We come visit her. You know and we'd be chilling out here for a minute and the yet in l. sentinel lived there for a minute. My sister and her family held down lac street for for a long time down there and the yeah man did mostly at east side family anything. Okay i like to ask a lot of goofy questions. So i usually have to ask people like what elementary school high school high school attend. The last one. I remember was in monterey park macy. Oh no after mesa was nimitz in fucking maywood. Okay it was that that was a crazy change right. And i was talking about earlier when i was going to. School in in monterey park may see orange in anywhere montebello. that's all the regular school system. You know the the time you go in the summer break. And then you know all that will do upright but in in maywood in huntington park and bell their schools are over flooded right so you have the track system which is year round school. So i fucking went from that shit to the year round ship And when i went into maywood. That's that's when i started turning into a bad ass kid all the bad ass kids were coined the fucking nimitz on on that track system. It was crazy man But i adapted to that shit and and You know it just that that became get down like the fucking year round school shit. It was crazy. 'cause like i don't know if you've ever been to attract system but it's like you got to tracks did are on at one tractor off so a bmp track there in school see tracks off right there. One of them swap out for a time in the teachers fucking hate it because they don't get no breaks. I the most overwhelmed underpaid unappreciated and a lotta Detract system dane even really getting good grades and they just wanna fuck and push them through the system because they don't want to deal with it. 'cause they're overran at least at that time. It may be different now but at that time mom. It weren't even showing up to class. We're getting passed to the next grade just to push him through out. That tracks is is doing still right now playing sports growing up how you know. We always like on the block. We always played like football basketball. A lot men like on. Cyprus avenue mean we all went to different schools shit but we all congregated on cyprus avenue in in south gate we go play against other blocks whether it was basketball or football the other homes. They played baseball. I didn't really like playing baseball. So much family played baseball. But i just it wasn't for me. You know saying. I like playing football and basketball better so we go play other blocks and shit like that. But as far as organized bras always like ditching school. I was like fucked up. So i didn't have the grades temper. Get on fucking team. Unfortunately but yeah. I used to love plan. No ball whether it was football or basketball same same as good at school and honestly i never fucking applied myself. Right is to ditch. We'll go break go back and somebody's house still coins. Go to the liquor store. Pocket played donkey kong star castle asteroids. Whatever that's what we used to do so I remember one time. I did so much like three months. And i couldn't remember my fucking clocks so i would just the hallway when the bell rang and see if i recognize somebody that guys on my class. Follow him but had already semesters had already switched. Yeah so they were. They just told. Hey you know what you're done. You're cut and i was like fuck. How do i told mom. Mom i need is letter why i have made a school. For how long. Three months. I ever applied myself and i i wish i would because now that i'm older i love reading. I love educated. There you know i love it but That's the crazy shit that you end up reading everything that you should've read later when you when you when you're when it's you're so far past it right but what they want you to fuck and read it you're right now not even allegheny fucking thinking about you can't even retain it 'cause you're not interested in it you know what i mean. You have as much interest in it as the teachers have teaching it to you. So if they're now going out of the way that you get with this is okay. What don't you get about it. Alright loud so this is how we get to it here if they ain't doing that shit you're just passing the time in that fucking class in. That's what a lot of us did. So you know when when you realize that they teach you you do. You're going to get the fuck outta their period. I did that many a times that when i was in school. I did well when i was not in school. I was not at school in the way i got caught. 'cause i was the same as you who right guard like my sheet with scattered. I had three weeks in this class. I had showed up two weeks in this class and showed up a lot in this class over here but they were never reporting me. But what happened was i cut out early right. And my father he he he had truck in business in huntington park with some partners and he you know like we live now far from fucking school in his his his. His trucking company wasn't that far from school. Neither and i was fucking trying to take dip through the back alleys dip the back alley and he caught me crossing the street at like. It was probably two thirty. School ends the odori right. He saw me and he you know he fucking flipped teddy. Omnium fucking came back. And he's like what are you doing a said I got out early whereas all the other kids. I don't know get in the car. Oh man i went through event. He caught me any called the school. And he got the attendance record with all the scattered shit on it in one class. I had been to for like fucking three weeks. That broke man. I i still have dreams bro. That i still get ditching into your high school. I always. I'm about junior high not high school booking worse your high. Yeah but okay now. Here's an interesting question. I always like to ask this question. Because i like to see what shape and molded the artist. Side of you k Growing up because if i'm correct your half cuban have mexican okay growing up. What type of music would you say you were raised with as a kid growing up your mother your father see. Yeah like for me. It was interesting because my father. You know he liked all that that that Like fifty shit. Doo-wop be bop shit like that right in my mother. She liked the combination of like latino south some music and all that all that shit. You know But she also liked the classic rock like the beatles shit like that and you know what i mean so she would listen to shit like that and my father would listen to the fifties type of shit and then my older brothers and sisters. You know they were all down with the low rider culture and all this other shit you know what i mean So they were always listening to the old school. The oldies the charolais shit. You know so. I grew up off all that mix so i i was exposed all that but what. I was listening to before hip hop what i was really fucking with. Always listen to all that shit rises. What i grew up with but what caught with what caught me more than any of that at the time i was this into black sabbath and and Ac dc in fucking ozzy's solo shit in led zeppelin doors jimi hendrix. Listen to that shit right there and I didn't look it. You know 'cause. I was always trying to you. Know be like what am older brothers. Who was you know he was a banger. But you know he he. He banged up on a different side of it. But i was always like you know trying to do what he was doing. So fair fucking back before we were shaving our heads all that shit so i was listening to this this metal shit but looking like the my like a little version of my fucking brother right didn't match at all right but that's what we listened to saws listening to a lotta that shit and it wasn't until i heard like run dmc right the flip me from listening to the metal in rock to listening to hip hop because if you remember you know all that shit they were doing in the beginning that we were exposed to a lot of rock guitars live drums in you know they were just doing different style. It wasn't fucking singing it right. It was what we now know is wrapping over. Rock type of beets because of rick rubin's influence production on that shit so that's what flint me right there to listening to hip hop. Was those run dmc records more. So than sugarhill low or grandmaster flash in a furious five. It was run dmc heels. Runcie like songs like rod bucks rock box. Yeah kings of rock. Yeah all that rocks it. You know what's funny. Because i was teaching doing that time and i remember. I was teaching all white party. So i'm thinking. I'm gonna have to play bruce springsteen madonna right nope but out type ship yes and they were like you got rock box and i was like to fuck you run dmc four like but they were jamming today. Should guarantee that was the fucking dope as its song. It's crazy 'cause they like date. They like switch the whole culture of hip hop at that point. You know like they were like yeah. There was more focus before him. But i think they're like the true pioneers because they broke through on a different level in in what was crazy is all know if you've ever seen that documentary fuck. What's it called. But grandmaster cazes in right when he says shit like man you know. We weren't really clicked with run dmc because they were flipping. We were trying to look like superstars looking like parliament. Focus delic and here. They come bringing shit that we were wearing just in the neighborhood and they hit lick with you know. And that's what run dmc did they brought like. You know the streets of hollis queens to the mainstream whereas the cats before them they were trying to appeal to the bigger base from the beginning of trying to look like a lot of the. You know like the parliament. Funke delegates like the cameos in you know look like rock superstars right and they came in flipped it. They're like man. You know we all this trouble to look this way. They came flipped it. The other way man yeah in in in it's it's it's it's crazy because they did. They brought their version of the street in new york to everybody and then it. It sort of flipped everything it made everybody bring their version. A- where they were from to the forefront. nwa like this is l. a. That's hollis queens. Bonuses delayed his competent rare. Right you know in dash it. It had they not done it. It would have been forever for that type of shit to be unlocked. Yeah you're right you're right you know it's funny. I had a violet brown hair. I had lonzo here from the world. Class wrecking crew. And i wanna say rabi imprint here It was another guy that i had here. i'll legends. Yes clientele as well from world class record. I asked him this one question I asked when hip hop started to really really take off. Wrap you know What was the word on the street as far as record labels or as far as radio and the author pretty much the same thing that everybody was saying. It's just a bad rain. It's going to just go in yet. That was the popular thing amongst insiders. Yes they thought it was a fad. And you know man. How fucking wrong were they. I mean it became one of the top selling genres. If not the top selling genre in the world right in its everywhere. Look from the early days when when a lot of us were going overseas to do shows right. They didn't have their own their own lanes in terms of rap. They waited for the americans to come through in watch do this phenomenon right but it had so much power and so much voice in such a big platform that you see like thirty to forty years later going on forty years right now Now you go across anywhere in the world in. They have their own stars in their own perspective countries. In in in you know that if blown up like where. We don't really need to see the american hip hop artists. We have our own now that we can understand and you're build them up but they'll still come fuck with the american hip hop artists. Don't get me wrong right. Because they don't get to see us a lot so they cherish that fucking moment when we come but it just goes to show you the strength of what hip hop became that it would create stars in different countries that we have nothing to do with right. But it's it's it's built off the energy of that of that original seed in from fad to a global fucking. You know a global john. I mean man they miss called that shit like and Good good here's what we're gonna do. We're going to go to take a break and when it come back. I wanna ask you a couple of questions about around. How old were you when you first started to pick up the pencil. And i'm gonna try this ruptured so okay. Everybody once again pay attention to these ads support. Show love but if anything sure you call somebody takes. Somebody slapped a shootout. Somebody let them know that. Be real mother motherfucking building. We'll be back in ten minutes. Go take a shower get your supplemental and come back. Okay from around. We'll come back everybody to wrote on radio and this is the podcast left or caught your fat ass would offend has and you know i am tony. The wizard and when roading radios pop independence or drop and so. We're going to go ahead and jump right back into it with other than in b real from cypress hill. How're you doing good good. You know what. I practice that many times in the bathroom looking in the mirror until i fucking finally got it a read sometimes especially when it's live. Yes no yes. It's tough sometimes. Say rhodium radio. I've calm us a really rare. You know it's especially. When i get like fucking buzz like i'll start drinking like next break or whatever but i i got some tequila bring out mitchell others that we got but right now i got some chips and i want you to try it because this is my boy from las vegas. He does the bomb bomb size named but lonzo. He actually bought an ad Weird it. But i want you to try and i'm going to try some to so i think it's only fair that i i push the people that the blessed me and he said yeah. Let's try so let's try it so tell me what you think is nasty. You can go ahead and say it. But i know what's good that's good. That's real good. And he's doing his thing he's got a vegas and i have both one time. That was out there that somebody's go place and he says Tone you know. I want to bless you brought me like five or six allison brought a home. It was a fucking nocco so our semi one bone. Now he sends out cold. And you get them. Brash is really really good so man go fuck yeah thank you shit is good yeah so to have one more go for it. Go for him and Other than that. You know what. I was area before we get into when you started Your first wraps early age. I wanted to tell you when i first heard it be real. We had just signed a single deal to hollywood records. Which was disney. that's right hollywood basic. Yeah the hollywood rainy basic. So hollywood basic was ran by funk inclined recipes. Yeah and he sent in a wheelchair. And i walk in and i meet them. He goes tony. So you're the producer of high-seas record. And i said oh yeah he said i want you to listen to some. Gimme a tape. Yeah timmy what you think or i demos yes. Yeah so that's all right cool you know. I didn't think nothing of it. I go home. I happened my monte carlo. And i put the shit when you know the said i heard pigs. Yeah okay when the first one of the first three or four demos there yes okay. So here's what happened. When i heard that it took me back when steve yano i played me boys under the hood. Trae was there at swap meet. Drinks was air and eric recipes. Easy was there and steve beyond trying to convince the jury that boys in the hood is your song because they were trying to push the place and we're all my jock right but he said nobody cares about songs. Tony tell me. What do you think when you hear this song. So the song. Kim on because the boys in the hood of the first thing that stood out to meet. What's his voice i said. Wow you know while that's dope is different so now let's fast forward it to pigs. I hear the voice. Wow that's different. But i'm gonna tell you what got me hooked. How i could just kill him in. Yeah when nash. When i heard that shit could been crate digger. So when i heard the barnaby come in you know look tune in you know then stone dum dum back. Could i really had to open it. Breaks beats. That's the secret weapon that particular fucking break register. That's shit sets it off. Use it that that. That little bit of fucking rod bug shit that it need you know so i listened to that song. I go over my friend's house. And i'm gonna play this for you and i want you to tell me what you think. It's my boy. Angel angel montero let mashad heels the biggest restaurant here in the city woman and that was like my best brand growing up because of him. That's how i used to get around. 'cause i was broke us book you know when i was a kid. I didn't have a car so he could take me everywhere. So i played it for a moment. What do you think and we were were sold on it. What's the next song came on. do do up. Oh my god look. Everybody knows here that i always give shine. I always give credit to recorded us do it. I always say my top five albums period. My top five albums Obviously probably not an order. I would say either easy. Nwa because those albums changed music changed music. Absolutely dan i have to say again. Not an order. The chronic versus din. I would have to say cypress hill. Because i don't care what anyone says my mind. Everybody was writing cypress hill. Dick everybody wanted to sound like cyprus. Hail because you're that one album changed everything it flipping game that the game flips every now and then with with certain groups and the sound they bring like with public enemy france they flip hip hop on its head with their sound their breaks because you know we love that shit though. I think that was one other dope things about. Nwa is did. The way that dre was flipping the beats with the brakes and all the transitions man that she made it exciting rather than just going from song to song. There was like dynamics in there and mugs was always a fan of the bomb squad and he was seeing what dre was doing. Any of the two of the biggest influences to producers. So you know mugs being a genius chop artists that you know. He doesn't get enough credit in my life He was able to make a sound for us. You know and to me. There's there's something to be said about groups that have one producer you're going to get a sound is going to have continuity consistency and if you've got the goods motherfuckers are gonna fuck with it. You know what i mean and we had great influences. You know what i mean. It was just up up to us to be us in. Show up to the plate and back all that crazy shit. Mugs was doing in terms of the production. You know what i mean. He had a great vision for it in in in fortunately for us we were always on the same page about music. You know we always listen to the same type of records and shit like that very much. The same flavor so taylor making the the the writing. His shit was easy because it was just. It was our playbook. We were making it up as we went along. Just like the mother fuckers. Before as we're like okay you have to have a sound. You gotta be distinct. You gotta be out the fucking box because in on the west coast at that time if you didn't sound like nwa or anything close to it. They were not fucking with you. Know what. I mean So we had to be way different and because mugs us from the east coast. Who which transplant it over here to to the west coast. He went from queens to bell gardens about that. Flip right there right. So he brought that west coast. I mean that east coast on sort of vision of what the music should be to send organiz. Who grew up here on the west coast. You know what i mean and we were able to marry the two and it confused a lot of people to be on his. They didn't know whether we were from kelley or from new york. Just because of what we were named in how we sounded but then the lingo was a hybrid of los angeles in new york lingo within the context of the writing and before i started writing hip hop shit. You know. I was doing like poetry and shit like that right in it's similar. Just you know wrapping is making sure those rhymes land in the pocket which ever part of the pocket. You're fucking flowing in. It's you know it's gotta make sense land on the beat right whether you're in back beat on top of the beat or in front of it. There's always a place that you have to be where it makes sense right in with poetry. It's it's you know it's a little bit different because you're not necessarily going over beat but like you can adapt it in mellow man. You know credit to him did. He showed me the difference. Okay this is what you're gonna fill in the blanks with to get from a to b to c to d right and i picked it up quick and i started writing shit over. Just you know loops did Mugs would make or even sometimes. Julio g would have some shit But mostly we're fucking around with stuff to to mugs was making 'cause he was like he transitioned from being a b boy like a bad ass you know. Be boy like him. And julio g were sick on that floor work. I mean real sick. And they both kind of transitioned it at the same time out of. Bnb boys into being turntable list right mugs. He also wanted to be a producer just like you know him. Julio pretty much had to say Path pretty much. You know be boy turntable as producer and and you know that that's pretty much how it grew out for us men. You know i've mellowed. Taught me how to make a rap not how to write a song. That's a whole different deal. I learned that from someone else. But like how to take the poetry side in flip it and make it into a wrap. And that's that's sort of where i started and i was like wack in the beginning i gotta tell you you know like i had some cool shit but i sounded realistically my voice and my get down it was whack as fuck but the writing was there and so it took me two years to catch up to deliver the writing in in such a way that it it complemented what i was riding as opposed to sounding like shit dope words but sounding fucked up. And that's you know that was a part of developing. The high pitched nasal voice. You know to complement the writing. I was doing with that came so much later because our first demos that are real i first demos more focus will be like. Who's that on there that that can't be real right royal. Surely it is that it wasn't that bad but it wasn't that good okay. So you know could be. What one hundred with that. That album for me changed everything for me. And then if you remember mugs produced a rio did a remix. For the beastie. Boys beastie boys so what you want all my god that was a. I was surprised when that came through. Because we love the beastie boys along with run dmc. They were a big influence too. Just because you know they were doing shit way at the box than anybody else right so you know when we got called up by those guys a we want mugs to do a remix then mugs like put be real on the remix and you know we. We built a relationship with those dudes that you know the eventually. Take us on tour. I we opened up a couple of shows for them One the first one was in octagon ballroom in new york crazy crazy. I had this fucking place slammed like slam slam. Sold the fuck out. All we had to do was show up in do us and we we were good right. Which is what we did. We flipped that fucking place and we thought man. How would you know how they're going gonna follow that right we fucking ripped it and then they came honor grip the fucking fled. People were jumping off balconies into the crowd and all kinds of we got onstage and started stage diving for their shit. We're like okay. Yeah they followed. 'cause i used to do that. Shit a lot men. You know that i would. I was much thinner than eighty-five was gonna kill. Nobody but yeah we'd be jumping. Send dog started before me. And then that's fucking followed him and then i started being the one to do it more often right. And for the beastie boy we lost our fucking minds and and we realized they could follow anybody now. So Yeah it was it that turned into you. Know them wanting to take us on tour because we had that kind of energy could pump up. The crowd warmed up and they took us on the check. The head. check your head tour where we opened up for them in henry rollins and It awesome and the crowds were fucking nuts and then watching henry rob rollins warm up before he'd go out. He put his tie shorts on. He'd start fucking you know like doing these. Little warm-ups kicks punches. Just pumping drilling up. And then he'd go out and deliver a crazy show like he was maximum. Focus bro narrows one-sidedness motherfucker kept throwing shit on stage. Up there right any warns them. Don't throw another fucking thing on this stage right. Any any continues to do the song in a shoe flies by any saw who fucking threw it right. So he's in the middle of the song doing his thing whoop de while won't be launched. The fucking mike pops fucking guy right in the forehead brings it back and continues doing the song like nothing. It was the most g shit. I ever seen anyone do he. That dude stop throwing shit on. Wow nice little microphone imprint. On his it was also while salute to henry. Rollins was gangster for me. Now i wanna say something. Because i think it's important people that know this podcast or that. Just know me. I have always told them. And even my boy mellow i've been knowing metal for many years and i've always told them even when i met sinn. I said look bro pleasure. Shake your hand. But i'm a huge huge fan of your music. I really truly truly yelm but wanting a complimentary music as your guy's performance but can insane insane Nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I want to say march. Twenty four nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight I was at anaheim celebrity later. The stage at ron. And i i saw nwa backstay trump. Steve yano had to frost was performing there to wouldn't he not not that day. They'll only i'll tell you who perform the deal see performed funky enough a single king t- performed he had mixed space digi pool in a ladder normal turntables and nwa came out and then a cure. Ice tea was promoted. Power right so so. I'm there and nwa just rips this motherfucker as they do. I mean if you were not gang banging that music would influence your that day because compton was in the house that pumped up pumped you up. I've always said this that there's three performances that's always changed like my way of seeing these artists one of them was. Nwa second ones. Also when i saw this one live for the time yeah and i always had to throw them cypress hill okay I'd like to give quick augean secretary all their flowers. But i was there and we rock shows but from the outside looking in nwa cypress hill. Since then it's been hard for me to find out one. Yeah okay but your guys were always bucket insane to yemen. We you know we always tried to to to go at it like you know one hundred percent because we mugs would take need to see like dis like leaders in the new school right. Remember seeing them for the first time and They were on a small fuck and matchbox style stage in they had so much energy on that little ass stage there was nobody else with them. To just those reduce in there were there moving like killing their rhymes and their cadences. And we're like see that that what most helps me see that you got to match that energy when we do this. That's the type shit you gotta do. And then we went. Ck arrests and he was At was on. It was called the read on san pedro in ninth or something like that downtown. Any got up in the sound system was fucking boof. It was like just fucked up and you know he. He couldn't really do his show. And scotla rock. I think had just passed at that point and But he gets up on these fucking tables and with no sound no turntable. No mike he gets up there and he just start spitting verses and everybody's rockin with him. He kept the show going right and just him being him. In projecting and fucking rock crowd rockin data showed me a lot so to see guys like him and the leaders of the new school in energy. They put behind it in the no apologies. No stop knowing excuses. No pointing fingers. Go mentality right. That was the shit that we adopted to us for. Like you know what we're gonna go out there to wreck shit. Whoever is following us is going to have a problem. Zine in and that was always the mentality is go win over month fuckers. Go to kill it. Go to you know. Make sure you keep whoever's coming after honest they better come with it with and that always served as well and we always worked at it like trying to carve out okay. How do we make this better. You know from when mugs. Degen for us on road to win. Julio came with does we really carved in a crazy set with. Julio because like you know he'd he wanted to spend time do something slightly different than mugs presentation of the show and we got so tight with that presentation. It in in. You know people knew. When you hired cyprus hill you were going to get a locked in ash show but it was going to be pumped up and rostov and then you know when when we switched over to mix master mike mixmaster. Mike comes with already his own his own shit so he just sort of added to what we had built on with. Julio in when we plug in with dj lord of public enemy who is also a dj for us. Because we're we're we're lucky that we've had like four of the best deejays to rock with us. You know what i mean so like we can plug in with any one of them and we go in. It's always something different within these different. Dj's but yeah man you know we try to give people their money's worth. They're coming to see us malcolm lip. We're going to be like not plans songs. They wanna hear. We ain't gonna hit him with the budget shit that they don't remember they did. They didn't fuck with you. Know we hit him with the with the with the shit day. No the ones that they came to see and then we sprinkle them with maybe the newer shit but in such a way where they're having a good time with it even though they might not know it in and we realize that this is. This is a game that that if you present new shit in a right way that they will fuck with it even before it's out on the radio like we did that with temple boom right so we're doing smoking grooves festivals right. And they were on the second or third one whenever it was ninety six or whatever so maybe it was the second one. And we were touring on that with no new music like it was rare that a ban would be out there touring without any new music. It was like it didn't make sense for anybody but we are like fuck that we're go get our paper or we're going to just keep building upon our live show so liang on wait for a novel to come out with Take our music to people right. So when we're doing this it had been like you know two years since album. come out. 'cause that's what our get down was wait two years and then pop one out right. So people were sort of like waiting for that new shit in temple. A boom was about to pop but without anybody knowing not fucking management knowing not fucking record company knowing and not defense knowing we slipped in a bunch of temple boom songs into that smokin groove set which was We started our intro was with let it rain in. It would come in ominous cracking in it started like the mosh pits. Like fucking nuts for shit. They didn't even know. And then we would play. Make a move and and boom biddy bye bye and throw your set and knee songs. Right there. Four five them and people were going nuts to him so you know when the album finally came out they had like some familiarity with these fucking songs and even though like sony. Kinda of counted us out. They thought all they're on their third record is probably not gonna do peaked on their second record on that fucking shit came in and smashed him in the head and they were surprised with that shit so then they start putting a little bit more effort behind the marketing. Push what not but yeah dash it right there It proved it proved that like you like the rock guys. Ride the rob guys. When they write songs they don't just go record them and put him out. They'll go test them. Bef- you fucking record 'em no right it though. Rehearse the fuck out of it. And then they'll go to a club in play and see how their fans react to. If they react immediately they take that shit go into a recording studio and recorded. Put it the fuck out hip hop we. Don't do that right. you get what you get. We make it goes out win. Tested shit right right but in this particular time. We totally tested the strength of temple. Boom was in terms of music. Comparing it to the first two albums could stand up in. It fucking stood up. We were more than surprised what it was doing. And then you know. The the final test came when the album was released I remember that. I want that shit. Let me go get it in surprise sony because again they thought we were fucking out and they realized oh shit we got we got fucking you know. Nurture this even more we. We thought they were through. You know what. I'm glad you're dropping gems because i go to a lot of shows and i see a lot of guys that today. Just to have advocate shows lips in go. Show up fucking coke double fucking drunk and they don't even give a fuck. There were a lot of guys who own my won't name guide to planning records and i'll tell you can do this on fucked. Don't wanna do that song. But that's your fucking hit. Fuck that. I'm going to give them this year. We're gonna do this one. And i'm like dude a movie trying to choreograph your fucking show dude and i say we do this once do this. One was sneaked. Stop it but we got in with this or not. We're not doing shit and believe me. I had to quit. Like i can't do it bill. Because they didn't want to do their hit songs. And i like that. You said we gotta give the fans what they want. I mean know. you can't work against yourself on me. You did that. That's that's what people fuck what you for. What are you gonna punish them. Because i wanna be artist dido. There's time for that shit. You know what i mean right sprinkle it. You know you got to you. Know i've listened. I've been to a couple of shows on Artists that were my shit as a kid. You know what i mean. And i went to their concerts. I'm saying it was like two or three artists. Right and non hip hop related at that. But i went to their shows men and they played a bunch of obscure shit that none of us really knew right and then they played a bunch of covers that none of us really gave a fuck about right and they waited for like an hour and a half of a two hour. Show to star plan. They're fucking hits in. By that time. I was like man. I ain't never write some innoc- fuckers. I love him. But if i'm going to support him. I'm just gonna stay playing albums for one of these. I'll go to youtube been finding their performance. 'cause i ain't giving them a fucking dollar again right and you know i've seen at least three. That shouldn't then you're right about some of these new generation castle. They don't put much effort behind your show like they'll do the hype parts. They'll they'll let divers go on the track and they'll do the high parts to that shit instead of doing the verse in for us. You know we stay away from putting track on our shit so when you hear it is uh today. There ain't no motherfucking track. Because what happens when you fuck up. The track keeps going on and they can hear that. Yeah and that's for us. That i mean we come from that school. Where like if you can't deliver it. You should be planning right so for being like in the choruses cool. 'cause you need a little bit of extra layers on the courses but on the verses that should be you like as far as we've been concerned all these years you know what i mean so we never cheat people like that man out you know if my voice is completely gone. I won't even do the show. Because like i ain't gonna fuck and sit there in front if it ain't me and people are going to know that ryan so we've always took a lot of pride behind because we knew we weren't going to get radio right so we are to sell it like okay if we get a opening for so and so or so and so. We're going to try to win motherfuckers over just by the energy and i mean that that's served us well. I mean we used to. We used to do these. I don't know if you remember At at three palms remember three points. They used to do the showcases there. How long time. I yes so. Nineteen eighty eight eighty seven. We're going to showcase dog. We're not even called cyprus. Helium were called. Like i think de vieques still this time right and we go up there with real estate. 'cause real estate was our first one that we felt like was gonna be like the song for us right. It will sort of the basis of the rest of the album and we decide. We're going to perform this song for this fucking For this this Showcase right and what's his name. Michael moore arrested. Pc was there From from k. j. h. right. I believe in the other chick was like the fucking big big name over there. Cage l. h. Into other judges right now at a long table like this just slightly thinner right and before us they had these dudes they were trying to be new edition right we call him the tootsie rolls right. And that's what we are name was for them. Because that's what they like their whole get up. Look like the fucking tizi roll wrapper right and then there was The the la where the idol kings remember the idol those dudes and then And then some chicks and some other. R&b style groups right. Everybody comes in you know. They're fucking doing their positive shit. Dude we come in there. Were totally fucking reckless. Where like but Mugs got his s b. twelve hundred. Boom he hits it real estate comes on and we just start while in out over the fucking club right. Just were performing it. Then when centaur comes up he. I didn't even think he's got a verse on that song. At that point. I i wrote his verse in remixed later but for that song. He didn't really have it but he was doing the hype man parts right and he jumps up on the table in front of the female judge in fucking grabs fucking nuts right there and jumps off. The table to table breaks on the laps of the judges. They were fucking totally pissed off at what we were doing. But we lead such a heavy oppression. A like are not like it was real punk rock. Yes for like some hip hop shit that we always had this punk rock sensibility. Like we were going and we don't give a fuck. We're going to record this bitch right right and we lost. That lost that That showcase well they gave it to the tutsi roll. Yeah they were very Romantic with the songs. They were singing that day. So you know. That's what the judge like that. Guess i'm gonna share something with you that because we did a several shows with you guys and i know there were a long time ago. We did florida. We did atlanta. We did a couple of other ones with you guys. I don't really know why they would book. I'm not your puppet with halacha. Just kill but that was our agency. So i remember we did a show you guys and atlanta and i shared. It's what you and. I still remember the place because it looked like an old like a windmill and the fucking places jam packed and rockin and uppercut who performed in front of us. I wanna say that it was dazzle picks k. And the promoter comes up to take mandate warmed up for you guys and me. Hi see looking at each other like this is not a crowd but we were getting paid. Twenty five hundred right so we said okay. Luckily squatter settlement turntables. We went up there. And i just had some. The ultimate breaks a beast that i would just cut up back at board. He hyped the crowd. The crowd will just not into it. Our only show that we ever got booed. And let me tell you. Some is an embarrassing moment. When you get it it's it's hard so high seen. He looks around because he was not now starting to throw shit at him and he looks around in those states she picks up a big as two by four and he earned my respect picks it up over puts it over his shoulder and he goes. Look you guys can do whatever the fuck you guys want. But if i don't perform that promote a right there not going to give me my twenty five hundred so if you go outside and smoke some shit. Whatever and i got up performance. Tony kick that shit. And he walked the stage holding the puck two by four so and then we get all stage. We see you in san and then you're like what happened. I always got booed. And they were real. You guys go up there you guys talk to the crowd and said oh. You're those are the homemade from la. You need to show them love. And then i'll tell you what the first time i heard this. The jump around beat you guys played that for a while before the ever ever less had it yes and i heard and i was like what the fuck okay that she was dope. But i'm gonna tell you you got did one song hike. The puck and crops going insane and then came in stone as the way of the walk. Yeah dude. I remember the promoter. When soapbox and create he was dancing he was trying to go up on stage and he fell off. We were fucking dime bro. Because that whole place insane the next day we flew back here to sacramento at a halloween party on At a hotel and jodi was opening up for us backed in because there was just yeah crazy yeah and and we rocked it but that atlanta show always stayed online and it was a look. I'll tell you what you know we. We've never really been booed but there was maybe two or three shows where we had like crickets to sound of crickets dog on the wanted to give us lifetime. Achievement awarded in puerto rico as as latte latinos. You know with our success in hip hop and all that shit right and we were just supposed to go get this award but as managers are you nor manager at the time. God bless her. She was fucking greedy. She wanted to get paid to go down there so she comes up with if they pay play a show you know when they get their award. You know what's that worth in blah blah blah. So you know she's trying to work it right. I'm like this is go. Get the fuck and ward. We don't need to be plan shit writer but she works her little fucking magic right and they agree to pay us x. Amount and to come get the award so we go right and it's popping it like everybody's going crazy you know nuts packed fucking like you know proper festival We notice all manage. It is fucking live. But i'm paying attention in always pay attention. I'm always studying what the play is. Because like you said you know you realize amandus isn't really like our fit here so you know i played that sheet out in my mind is well too depending on the gig right. And i started noticing. There is a whole lot of reggae on be employed here but not so much hip hop in people are going off to the on this fucking a frenzy right and on my own shit. This this is not about to happen right. We're going to go on an email. Focus are not gonna give it up. I just had it in my head. And i should not have thought of that. 'cause it manifested we can go on and we're fucking giving given up energy like we normally do. We did not relent. We never relent if the crowd and giving it up you don't even fuck. It matters like they're not there were it's it's a paid practice. We are going to give it a hundred percent no matter what. So whether you jumped around fucking mosque pitted or did nothing. We're going to give you that. And so we go all fucked gone and it's like crickets. After every song we could see like our five thousand fans way in the back of the fucking twenty five thousand fans it might have been their way in the back jumping up and down but everybody else is just waiting for the negative on the crack back on the minute. We've finished they give us. The clouds talk came out. Who whoa. whoa like okay. Yeah we took that al right out there that for me. That's an that was l. Maybe you know in their minds. That was a cool set. We never seen anything like that. We're used to this but for us in terms of the energy that we're used to that was like l. right. The other time was with prophets of rage. Believe it or not we were fucking killing it every gig that we were planning. I mean every gig. It's like one thousand nine hundred mosh pit like nineteen ninety rage against or nineteen ninety something rage against the machine's shows where people are losing their shit because it's a combination of you. Know myself and chuck and tom tim brad. Dj lord. we're playing those songs that they know with a combination of our new songs and we are getting it everywhere like everywhere right. We eminem's call us as a logic holding up for 'em in fuck somewhere Played in forever. It not play not toward in a long time and this was his first time coming back into the united kingdom and into europe in that so i could have been scotland ireland or something or another right. We get there in. it's packed. He sold this shit. The fuck out rap gone right. We go on there. We're thinking oh man this primed up. We're gonna fucking smash this right with kit out there mad all that. We're lucky we got this lucky if we got that when we played the rap songs they got up. But we're plan all the other heavy shit like the rate stuff they were not getting up and we're like oh my god this. We got a whole hour of this. We gotta deal with here. 'cause if they jump from the first song you already know is going to be a slow fucking set in that our feels like two hours. Yes it does especially with your give it up one hundred percent because with the prophets of rage. It was like. Would i do with cyprus times thousand in terms of energy out you know what i'm saying so that show was like i'm glad that was over. I mean it was a dope crabby when people over but they were there for eminem right. Anything else was just like okay. Cool go the fuck off. Let's see let's see 'em because he had been there and what ten years or some shit like that so okay. Here's what we're going to be. We're going to go ahead and take a ten minute break. We're gonna come back. And i want to ask you about woodstock okay. So a i'm not gonna around waste your time once again. If you wanna add a documentary forward slash ads check out. These ads support Once again call somebody to take. Somebody slaps somebody let them know that. Be real for cypress hills in the book and building. i'm gonna start drinking so Get back once again. Take a share warm up your rahman Get on the couch. And we'll be back would be just read read. Welcome back everybody to roy. Radio episode one. Sixteen and i'm not gonna bullshit so we're going to go ahead and jump budnick back into it. Be real for cyprus hills in the mother fucking house My boy digi brought his bottle for for us. Plus okay okay okay. Cool so we're gonna take a toast. Yeah here's what. I always totally to along prospers life. That's a good toast. That's good smooth smooth like a punk waste is. Were no no argument right. Oh and i got really quick. Three one on each other's hit him up. He got an ad on three hours in a pineapple. Should dope also wanna give a shout out to my boat. Jin bashed in town hooked meal with every had hooked me up with these Fresh gear loves the culture. Plays hip hop. Make sure you've got support him. Also once again thank you for the. She was dope so You know what before we get into the I said stock much love. Love to lucky. Upton says so. Yes i wanted to ask you something about what was the deal. I obviously already but for people that may not know what was the deal with ice cube. Damn tight that. That was the home that you know. We had each other's backs and all that shit and he embraced us like a lot of the the the folks that were like the people that embraced us early. Were like ep. Md and they sort of like. We're the ones like passing our art. You know our tapes around like our snippet tapes and shit like that in it got into the hands of ice cube and most people were telling us that we would run into like busta rhymes for instance when i became friends with him. And that's my dude. His i killed son. The first time i heard your shit was arrogant. Perish came in and there was talk about. Yo does these new cats. You gotta fucking hear them bond. He's you know he would always go into. Stoned is the way like do version of me is. That was the first song. I heard your son and then the other name that people would tell me as ice cube peop- you know i don't believe ep. Md put him on to us and then he started telling people about us and then The way we met was basically through the killing man. Video right and He happened to be a new york. He heard we were filming and he came down and he got in the video and we got each other's contact there obviously and we started you know A conversation like a man you know. Let's kick it and all this other shit so you know we started kicking it homeboy style. Go up to studio. I'd ride with them and all that shit you know like i was still like i was still you know. Awesome street shit. Then man i was real cowboy in in the early nineties. I'd roll around with a bulletproof vest. What my glock. Forty five on the hip and when i go hang out with him he noticed. That shouldn't be like you know we'd give each other a hug. You know the pound in the hug be like be real like that. And i said yes always like that is like damn i said well you know what it is you know but he felt safe hanging out with me because i was always strapped up back then you know and and you know we built a friendship and he invited me to his wedding. The whole shit went to his wedding. It was really dope muslim. Style wedding you know for him and you know we. We were tight and we started doing a little work here and there and shit like that and He asked us. He asked me originally be in friday to be the smoky character not the guy who gets smoky high. Actually because Actor hector he asked me to be hector right so i was supposed to be hector in fuck movie but my manager fucked that up book tour so i wasn't able to do. It's but to compensate for that. Where like what will give you a song. And so we gave rolling up. Light him up. And that's the song you see where you know smokey's in his room and you see the cypress hill poster back there but while we were making this shit we were also making our temple boom album and you know when when he came to listen to roll him. Applied mouths played them some songs from the album which one of them was. Throw your set in air. And he liked that one a lot and he even asked us if we let him have that one and we should should've gave it to him. In retrospect should've gave him that fucking song but we were still kind of green as to how shit worked back. Then we're like. Oh man you know sony wants that to be are single in sony did not didn't give a fuck. That was two gangster for them right. In their opinion they were just rolling with what we wanted. They wanted something completely different. But we didn't know this right. We're so we were just sticking line to what our agenda is and this is our single were putting it out right so we can't give you that one we'll give you anything else and i believe we were on tour somewhere and someone hit us up eight. Did you guys give cube that songs. What song you him up neither mobile. We gave it to him last week. Naw the throw your sets on like now. We didn't give them that. Y all because there's a similar song out there and you know it. It pretty much stretched from there. We felt like a certain way about it. At first we were handling it real cool. You know like right you know. Hey it's hip hop. Sometimes you know we do similar shit. Okay let's just chalk it up to that because our friendship was really good. Why fuck it. Up over that. Right and But i told him. I said the other guys are a little bit pissed off. But you know i'll chill amount will be cool man. Don't even sweat it. 'cause mugs was like fucking kind of furious. San doggie was hanging out. Whatever about it but do you know mugs was a little bit like Fucked that he do. You believe a deep down. He knew that's our shit. Yeah we all knew when we heard it can. Here's here's what the other thing about. It was it. I was down there at. You know doing something with them for caution. You know when when that came out and i came out there and i did some lines. 'cause know they said sony was going out him for for a ain't got no class. He wanted to use that as the line so instead of sampling it and having to pay sample. You asked me to come down. And just say it. 'cause he wouldn't have to pay for the sample that right and i noticed some little things in there that you know within the caution stuff that was like wait a minute he no. There's some verbiage in here that we created that only he heard in his now in their shit and it kind like put me in a whole different place on like now maybe he did take our shit and i called mugs and i shouldn't have called logs. 'cause the elect. You'll fuck that. You know like after that. The dynamic change because i felt like he he took our shit you know like he was a friend of me and i didn't want to have this beef with him. Buddy actually you know ripped us in. We were like fill in a certain way about it. And we ain't the guys who just ripped right. You know where we are not those mother fuckers not meanwhile go at it and you know he was one of my favorite rappers at the time still to this day always respect his get down but i i felt like okay. Well you know we gotta go out him. 'cause we're not just gonna be the guy. Is it that this happens to in it in several directions. You know but fortunately we were able to eventually squash it through mac. Ten mac ten. Call me January or actually called me. You know right at the end of ninety six like a hobby. December's a you know. Because him and i are b- dogs you know saying he from Inglewood maybe in from south central these were my click was but we're but we both share that right so he was able to call me on that shit and be like you'll how do we fix this shit Because realistically you know we don't need to be doing this shit right and you know it's a conversation just like you're calling me right now we're talking. You know. i never had shit against you. But i understand you gotta ride for your homie. He's you know he's the one this pumping you up. So i get it. You've got somebody gotta be in his corner. So i respect that you know. But i never had shit against you and i know you ain't got shit against me so let squash are shit right here and i'll never say nothing about you. You never say nothing about me. And we find a way to work together boom and then that continued with. So how do we squash with. O'shea i said well you know he just got a call me like you did and you know. We'll talk like men 'cause like i love the dude. I didn't want a half to half or his happen. But you know he put us in a place where we had to react know. We never going to be the week one's ever and so we and we talked the next day on january first nineteen ninety seven and we ironed out our shit much like you at night. Did you know what. I mean. But you and i never had the brief so there was not an extensive conversation that but like you know. We both had a conversation. I told them why we win at you. We felt this way and that way whether you acknowledge that or not all good. But i'm just telling you why out of respect right so you know if you never say shit about us again. We'll never say about you and you know we could put that shit to rest. And he was he was in a position to be like. You'll you know what you're right. Let's fucking put this bullshit to rest because you know we were homeys and it is what it is. You know what i mean and It took a minute before it got to that book because a whole lotta shit happened in between now and You know it was just in in everybody's best interest to get get with the shit and be cool in unifying in in Big up shack always with this because he was the first one to put us back together on track which was on super friends album with qb shock heater gun in myself. There might be one of the rapper. Can't remember but i him and warren g warren. She hit me off for delay. No get you down. And he puts and qb on the remix and that was like the first two songs if people heard me in q. Get get down with each other. After all the shit and i thought it was great man because like truth be told. I've always wanted to do records with qb. Like like a him. And i think you know what i mean. 'cause i think dot would have been powerful like a motherfucker of him and i would have got down anytime after that even to this day. I think it would. It would still be something because like you know. He's i mean it's ice cube. Yeah yeah. I'm gonna share something with you. That i thought was fucking hilarious. I always keep to myself. But i'm gonna go ahead and shirt. Oh i actually shared in the documentary Because everybody that i've ever met a came steve. Yano always made them. They're swan meat. So i always have to give steve his shine because might thing. Is this if. I may back up a little bit me and my boy john. We attended a cuny panel. Where all the aunts and uncles and godmother and godfather of hip hop from the west coast. Were at this at this panel. They were all taking questions owners. Like you know The epi records kelvin anderson. Lonzo violate a bunch of people there. But i've noticed that they were all sharing their contribution to west coast hip hop but not one of them mentioned steve. So i've been always been eleven years old. I'm fifty two now. Been on it for years. He made a huge contribution. Yes and so. What happened was this. I went to all of them after. I said i'm going to ask you something about us. How come you never mentioned steve when he asked us or anybody else that we're missing and all of them said you're right you're right and i said okay lutely. Yeah so. I said. Here's what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna put together a documentary keeping my fucking budget. I don't even have a camera. You bet fest it. Just by saying that yes i said all you got to be a part of it and they were and they were in the all came here and they kept a word which to me. It's awesome a man's word everything. Xinmin remember the first mix tapes. I got over there. Some of them were digit. Quick and dj rectangle rectangle dj rectangle. He has some ice cold mixed day. As a matter of fact. I've talked to rectangle and i'm trying to get him over here but the kobe thing scares people so we says letting pass and then i'll come through so so Steve calls me one day. And he says hey. Guess what i was like. What is it before it hit the news. I q nwa now. He had already been to my house a couple of times because he would rap on my mixed tapes. And i was like okay. So what do you want me to do or what. He goes going to new york to record his record and he wants you to be dj s. What's being told me. And i was like oreos. And he was like. Yeah keep in mind. This is before high-sea and i said All right so huge. 'cause my house shows up and up. It wasn't a rookie samurai neuro bit. Yeah yeah so. Remember the pictures of that shit. Yeah that one. So he shows up and he tells me what's up. Tony and i was like what's up. Man equals out. You remember me do so he tells starts telling me What happened and i said. Okay so what do you need for me to you. Got any beat. You got any records. Because i'm looking for adult funky dj. I was like okay. Well i got these records. The only ones that have him on the west coast injury and there were two sets of the ultimate breaks and beats yes. Okay Differently with the b boy. Hip hop character posing. Yes yes and. I still have them. Steve would always give me. You know if you're a dj you have to records of the same right. So i had fifty records because the volume was twenty five. So then he goes. Are you going to be using those. And i was like well. I'll let you borrow one. Says i'm gonna be your dj. Keep in mind as he's telling me yeah. Man equals up me some stop on f. b. twelve and it's all right. Played them a beat. Whatever you're gonna use that. And i was like what were you. Just give it to you. I took it out. And i gave it to him are not going to. I don't remember the name of the song but it was on his first album. It was his first album. So and i was like fuck so what happened was as he went to new york. I called the steve about a month. Later and i told him. Hey this guy's new york record. And he said i was going to be a dj. What's up with that he goes. I don't know so a couple of weeks later. I turn on. Bet hemisphere much love to search engine much love and they tokyu. So what did you create your first album with any pulls off the ultimate breaks and beats he goes. Yeah these right here. These right here and jinx takes the mountains. Yeah you know. We couldn't scratch these. Are the ones right here. And i'm like ultima fucking records. He took my records. Took my beat. And i never saw the dude again. Jagged for beats beats. That's it right there. That was a great song right. Oh yeah the hell. Yeah in in. I didn't even realize he was gone. Did that exactly. But you know what i don't have any. I just thought it was a great story. And who's kept to myself one day. I shared that with my son and he tells me that you need to share all these. Because i agree storyteller. A you've been you've you've seen a lot of shit. Did focus have not seen in this game. No and that's like gold right there. And i try to this. Podcast passed along like you early dropping gems and to me which is very very important when you said you guys went to go look at the new school which was busta rhyme and a couple of other days and i said a you said i gotta give that same energy. I want to push that message to this new generation of rappers. Because i believe that. That's what's lacking that. Is you know this energy. And i'm glad you said that because people can learn from that. And that's pretty much what i wanna do. I like to the when. I started when i started podcasting. There was a lot of people that didn't know some of the artists that i was interviewing because didn't have major record deals right. They had independence or which known echo shows or at swap meets so mighty was like. Let me shine light on people that nobody even knows about or they never get any kind of light. But i think they're dope. Yeah the backlash that i was getting your immune. A bunch of fucking. Nobody's your your shit is fucking trash. So i would reply. Just say well support and help me make these. Nobody's if somebody's right because be a one point be real was in nobody at one point what ice cube was. Nobody true that you know. And that's all. I'm trying to do because there's enough light enough shine to go round for him absolutely in realistically. You know it's like what you said right. If you're artists wanna try take pride in your work. So that's from the recording and it's from the presentation which is the performance non. I mean and a lot of Taking pride in their songs they don't they don't take time to learn them and to give people the presentation that would uplift them. You know what i mean. They would sell for the easy shit. 'cause like they didn't put. They took the time to write the song. They took the time to record the song but they didn't take the time to learn how to play the song. And you know that's why there's a disconnect you know you see these artist from way back that they still have fans that are engaged. Because they know they're putting time into the craft and you see these new kids they might be getting a lot of streams and all that shit but when it comes to like come to cedar shows. It might not be there because they know k. What are we come to see right. And that's usually the things that they're not putting the work in look. If you're a boxer you can't get in that ring unless you put the fucking hours dan to fuck and fight. Whoever your opponent is right coming up in the fucking match you've got to put the hours in the timing the fucking strategy for that fight. If you're a basketball player got put time in at the craft to be maximum efficiency in your role on that team. Same as football same baseball in. It's the same with rap shit. This is a muscle. This is a muscle in the more. You train it the more you do it. The repetition of it allows you to open up other shit into be better. The less you do at it the game passes you by motherfuckers who get it are stomping you the fuck out and slapping you in the face telling you to wake the fuck up period right slap in the face of wake of the fuck up man. Exactly exactly am man. I'm glad you drop in his because people always hear it from me you know. I'm not a rapper. But i've seen it but you're dj in you've and you've put the time in hours on those turntables to know your fucking craft right in. Whatever you're laying is supposed to be if you're at. Nc you better be put enough fucking work and you'd better be writing songs. You better be practicing rehearsing those songs with your dj he and because the repetition part makes you that much better there are month because it started off as stank ass rappers like myself. I was wack as i could tell you man. I choked my first time getting a look. You know whether it was on camera or at the radio trod which. I was telling you off air. You know julio g and tony g were dijon radio tron in tony our family. He's like our big brother. Our mentor san on. Our game came from tony g and he let us get on the mic at what it came to my term broad choked the fuck up and i realized in that moment. If i'm going do this. I gotta work at it. There's gotta be no fear but there's also got to be accountability on my end. Like i gotta work at it. I gotta work to be as good as send dog and mellow were at the time they were far ahead of me. 'cause they had been doing shows been on stage is out of the young buck like sixteen fucking around still kind of gang being doing music at the same time so i had to really learn you know what what it was but i had to have that passion to want to learn in the competitive nature. Playing the sports like you were asking earlier. That shit helped in the rap shit. Because it's like you know we were all competitors mugs. Could've been a pro baseball player like he was at good. They were scouting him. You know to play baseball. He was our fucking heavy hitting left hander. Strong as as a fucking like he was known in the league's over there like he'd knock home runs off anybody and sent doggy played football and baseball right and myself. I played basketball and football. So we all had this competitive thing about us and we only. We knew the only way to give better as to practice at this shit so before we had our first showcases as cypress ill as cypress hill. Now we were fucking rehearsing the fuck out of our songs. Also we got up there you know and it's it's the more you do it the better you get if you love it. If it's just like i'm going through the motions you ain't gonna get better. You just going to go through the motions but if you love it and you want to be one of the battisson you want to say you know what whoever comes on after me. Y'all better become with the shit. Could have a bad time we That's that's how we look at it in in. You know you got to put the work into get to that level but if you have that mentality will and it's about two hours like they say right we've heard it 'cause world or right we've heard it the ten thousand hour theory you put in the ten thousand hours on the game you know you're going to be fucking on expert level. Yes right also. I think artists have to to get this theory in their head. These new artists to have that longevity in into win people over like it in it. Not just be about your last song you know. Come make that last song a big song by showing them how you really work that absolutely no a video is great but when you can get a front people in play that song the way that it sounds and give them this that is something that resonates in people. Walk away from that with that memory forever. Yes i have cyprus. Oh memories you know going to school so you guys perform and perform. Would you guys even though we got fucking booed but fucking to me your music and your performances for me just like i always ask people do you by your by your performance by your music. Do you think people would actually pay to see you and believe it or not. There's wrappers sit there and think about it right and if you have to sit there and think about it that's a problem. You gotta fuck no like yeah you know what these motherfuckers will come to see me because when they come to see me. I'm fucking put it down in unless you got the killer mentality man. I mean you know. I knew plenty of rappers that they had to learn this just like i had to learn it. 'cause a lot of us will we. There's no school for this. You know they don't they. Don't teach a rapper. Like this is how you should be in front of the camera. This is how you should do an interview. This is you should do a performance you learn that unfortunately by trial inara if you're lucky enough to to to be connected to other artists that are going through before you you could sort of learn something from them right like we learned shit from frost because you know we were around frost early days were around mellow. And we learned the do's and don'ts you know how how you go and do this and how you fucking stairway for doing that right and it taught us some things that we were able to apply that but we had to want to be the best. We couldn't just think we were without putting the work in but actually put the work in in you. See it you know when you see kendrick lamar go get down and the complexities of the type of shit. He spitting on his wraps just fucking thunder but yet he'll go performed the fuck out of it. No lip sync is him doing it and fox with that so like when when cats like you know like him or putting kind of effort into the get down. I support that shit all day. The guys that are you know like coming in with the pretty decent songs dope song. But they're only doing the background work on their now. I'm paying a dollar to go see them. No san you know what be. I'm gonna say this okay. Because there's so much history and i know eventually you have to come in with a documentary. That's okay so there's so much history here from you cypress hill that. I'm just hop around a little bit. And i want to ask about woodstock this start off first with how many people were there. It was It was round about a half a million people. Close tab for about four hundred thousand in four hundred eighty five thousand people something like that. It was crazy. 'cause a few of us had to fly in with the helicopter through a helicopter. Some of us had to get in through a boat. You couldn't get in either way. Because all the roads were closed done like in the sixties and just park their cars on the fucking highway and it was too fucking bad for anybody trying to get through that town at that point right so that was the way we had to go. I came in by helicopter in in. I think bobo or no maybe send. Somebody went in by boat a but we saw like the crowd and it was crazy like we had never seen a crowd like that. It was enormous. And you know we're like. I was kinda nervous when we first went on. You know like. I had a nervous energy going on. Like what are they gonna fucking react. Are they going to react. Do they fucking know who we are. May i know we we had been you know causing a rumble throughout america and europe. But like i didn't really know right so we get out there and we start going the first song in it's just waves of people just replace almost got fucking motion sickness. 'cause i was tripping out in the crowd so much but i was able to focus in just deliver right but the crazy part was when i got in the crowd i got i went and did little know crowd surf shit and they pulled off my shoes. They're pilled off my socks. They took the. We'd there was a my pockets. Better told got molested up the notion. Yes it was crazy. I luckily send dog had an extra pair of shoes that i squeezed in. Yeah they didn't give him my shoes or socks back. I see no shoes and socks about socks but the shoes i seen about a minute say about eight years later we were doing a show somewhere else and one person at one shoe came eight. This is your shoe from woodstock. Would you sign it bone. Sign that one and then about maybe a year and a half later. We're doing something somewhere else up towards the east coast and the other dude or chick. Whatever was came said amana. Got this shoe from woodstock so that was the other the other fucking dida or whatever i was wearing and they asked me to sign that so i was able to track down both shoes and sign them but yeah it was a trip man. I got back up on stage. Like a hippie. No shoes two straight barefoot. And i was lucky. That dog had a extra pair. They didn't fit riot. Fucking squeezed the fuck in just wasn't walking around in that fucking mud because it was like is a type of mud that each step you took with suck your shoe right all while like that deep. There's people fucking you know like there was the mud people that were all smeared mud. Then there was the naked hippie people and then there was the regular hippies and then like the folks that were from our generation trying to stay rational that mud and it was just not happening bro but it was crazy to see. People embraced the mud to whether they did they were doing like these mudslide competitions were fuckers would run in fucking slide as long as they could you know some in some but asks naked it was. It was a fucking trip to see that it was it. It's one of the craziest shows we've ever done in. One of the biggest. There's only one that i've done a bigger than that one. That was the prophets of rage. It was like seven hundred thousand really festival with in poland. Only about the as. What did that take place. Yeah that was in poland. It was in a festival in potent. It was fucking huge. Man it was like tropical is as far as i could see there was fucking people. It was nuts and they were going crazy to that. Prophets of rage ship but. yeah You know that in woodstock with two biggest but to woodstock was so memorable because we actually we win in the crowd like we didn't have no secure. We never traveled with a lot of security. Maybe one or two tours we brought we brought security with us to watch our guys not the guys that were like not to protect us from anyone to make sure that specific didn't get in trouble right. Okay because you know we ought to cover more focus. It would get in trouble no matter what. Now let me ask you this. I don't know if anybody's ever asked you this. But did you ever get anybody when you're on the road. Try to look up on you. Not me you know. Fortunately i never got no one. Try to look up on me. You know 'cause i don't you know for me i. I never walked around with chip on the shoulder. And even though. I come from where i come from an in. I've been through what i've been through. I never walk around with that chip on the shoulder. And that mean mug look on the face like nigger. Don't don't come near motherfucker. Prioro saying Like i never have that. I'm always like embracing people i feel. Yes you cancer. I'm always like you know embracing people. You know what i mean like because to me. It's all about the fans so if you've got a disgruntled fan i'll sit there and talk with them and ask them. Okay was wrong. Wha what you need how how to fix this right. And and that's that's been for me like just trying to be of the people in in in in we were doing meet and greets before meet and greets existed like we were doing The smoking groups tours and we would you know we knew that we were the co headliner. There it was based around us but we always took to co headline role this as opposed to headlines. And we would. We would say hey. We'll do this but we gotta have a autograph signing area where we can meet and greet or fans and and do that type shit and you know because we always made ourselves available to our fans i never had someone step up trying to be funny or any of that shit at least not to me like you know mugs might have a different a different situation because there was a couple things here and there you know with him because you know he's a white dude or what appears to be a white dude in hip hop that he's not white. He's italian is more focused or not white So because we always try to test equipment out of all of us he was the one that would snap real fast real fast in you know people would find out real quickly. You don't fuck with the guy who looks like the white boy because he was snap he would like he had to head but phase like you know. Come up to look at you. If you jacked up of jack daniels had but boom give you good one ryan across the not bro. Loved people up so workers did fuck with tips so much. Now dan on tour some like someone would ask him a stupid question and he would like give them a fucked up answer back. You know what i mean. But for me i was always like too high to be like awesome. Fuck you looking at shit you know they want hit priego yano and so. I've always been like approached with respect because i give respect. I never liked treat. No one liked it. They're beneath shit so yeah. No one's ever come up in. Try to test unless we like open beef then bright someone might come and try to say some shit like i remember some some home. He hit me up at at the spot. We used to kick it at at the rainbow right. It's a legendary rock and roll spy. You definitely heard of. It is right there sunset strip and you know one night i was kicking it at the gibson theater to see the death. Tones in some homemade. He had just got out and he was telling you all manage just fucking got out or one can do some rap shit and this and that and he wasn't approaching the aggressive or nothing. He was just telling me you know like what he wanted to do. My homie a big lucky. Seen it from across the fucking see from across the parking you know across the area and he thought they were you know home was approaching me weird and he came in the sliding glass door will solve talk you want. Oh a you know i. It was a total misunderstanding. Right there i. And i you know i had to pull up. Dr from the no. No no fucking homeys just asking me about this rap shit right in. Maybe about a month. Later i was at the rainbow and one that dude homeys come up to be able to put your fucking homeboy. He fucking try you. Sick homeboy on my fucking homeboy. Like man sick. Nobody nobody i write. It was a misunderstanding with the fug. Is i call. Yeah what's up. Why you why you have to do as they listen homey. I don't got sick. Nobody on nobody. I'll handle my own fucking business all like that. I said yeah like that. If you don't step the fuck back we're about to handle it right now and his guards like that. I said well look. You're approaching me right. This i come at you. You're in my fucking space right so like you need to step the fuck back dock because if not some you know we're going to have to fucking do something. And then he tried to ask me what said i was from like what. Wait a minute. He set off from dog. You don't even have to ask that you're asking me just because you wanna set some just set it off with go right here and fortunately you know somebody was able to come in that game come on. We don't need that shit dog misunderstanding. I know homeboy left hidden fucking. He was just watching out for this. Dude homeboy didn't know how your homeboy approached in. You know somebody came in was the voice of reason in explained to do like like no one no one you know what i mean and then we became coo. We were cool after that but that was the one and only time because he thought i. You call the homeboy left kiana. But they're fucking talking to this whole like straight up like this out of nowhere. Lucky porn you walk right rows like oh shit i was. I was surprised myself on that shit right. So you know. But that was only only time anybody had ever approached me because they thought like i had my homie wolf on their. We liked but i don't. I don't fuck around like that because to me. It's not worth time right right well. In my twenties early twenties may be. But you know. I i was trying to hit a lick man. You know keep keep our cypress hill shit rolling without any issues. You know what. I'm saying. Like i i would have sheriff's check me straight the fuck up right like they knew me. That knew where. I came from what i was doing. I remember at that same at that. Same place when my homies got into got into a witness homey on on in the mosh pit because he's seen as one home trying to target me from behind like trying to fuck and rack me from the back. Because i'd go in the mosh pits. Fuck right and one of my home is caught this dude try to fuck a crack me from the back so he you know gives them a little nudge. They get into little altercation. My homie slapped on. Not like you get like the russian slapper. He gave him a man slapped for real. And you know they took both these two into the back room of the gibson the head security comes to me be real need to talk to you like all right cool was going on. He goes your homie over here. Your security guy What's up with him. Why is he being so reckless. I said well look you know. That's not my normal security guy. My guys on vacation. I'm us in this homey right here. But what's the problem. And he goes. Well you know he slapped shit out of this guy over here. I said well you know that was trying to target me. And he was just trying to like you know it was doing his job to do his job and maybe he went over a little bored he goes. Listen i know who you are. He goes on my on mike. Okay yeah you know who. I am so fucking what right. I didn't know his sheriff. I thought he schick security at the gibson. Abbott writer right. Look i know who you are louis. Freeh's from neighborhood family. Family swan blah blah blah. I've senior pictures at blood funerals. I've seen pictures of you in your neighborhood with dissing your hand in that in your hand and this and that i know who you are. Don't be having guys like this around you. Fuck up which doing right now. Because you're doing good and you don't want to go back to that other shit. 'cause i know who you are. He let me know like right. I know the dirt. You come from and i know that you're doing right right now. Don't let these guys take you fucking backwards right. Which is what he was telling me. And i took that game. I was like you know what that's that was big him 'cause la shares. Don't give a fuck about no goddamn gang banger. You know what i mean. Not even reformed one. No no sure didn't ask questions later. Yeah and he gave me. That game was like you know what watcher you got around you because you got something good going on fuck it up. Let's dope and i thought you know what i'm gonna make sure i know who the fuck is around me after that you know to not fuck it up. Yeah because it ain't about me. It's about sen dog and about mugs. Who took the chance on me to conform his group because i was like straight up in the shit bras indoctrinated like you could not get me out of that shit. I was like rap music. What are we going to do with that shit. I'm over here slang. i'm making money. Right here was gonna do for me. I was wrong as a motherfucker. But that's that's how depot was. You know what i mean. And scott blessed. Those mother fuckers for coming to give me listen. you know. i'm going to change the channel a little bit. I wanna to ask you a question. Everybody here knows that. I'm a fan of cypress hill. And i've already said but the reason why i'm saying that again is because you came up with a song later on called if i'm correct low rider though rather. Yeah which was totally different year-round cypress hill. sound totally. what what brought that up about. I think you know I think it was a connection to dray the influence of drain. What he was doing 'cause mugs respected the fuck out a drain. I think to a degree. Dre respected what monks was dole. This of course and and some of the influence port over back and forth. I think because you know we look at the chronic where we're like well that had to be a little bit of our influence there right and so we were sort of influenced by what they were doing. So this was like our version of what that would be thought fucking you know mugs hit on the head with that shit because it was like real west coast railways correal like los angeles flavor. You know what. I mean and You know mellow wrote the chorus. He wrote it before. I even got to the studio. I didn't even fucking chance to write a court as chorus. It was already done. All i had to do was right to fuck converse and the beat was so popping that like it made it easy like mugs will always make it easy one is one of those type of beats dislike. You know like it just fits like a glove and for us you know. It was it our our sound of our version of a west coast flavor as opposed to the universal hip hop sound. We'd had before that. And i gave props because that was like totally out of his box to do something like that. Yeah and you could tell that they were influencing each other to a degree you know. Drain mugs at that point. Yeah maybe more so dray was influencing what what we were doing but like you could see that there was something there and he asked me to come on a couple of tracks and he. He loved mugs any. He did puppet master with us. So you know those those. Those were the bridges you know to to dry and always treated so cool so much respect and he was always like when one of the ones you fucking telling people about shipment and truth be told you know that sort of stamped me as as an emc emc on on A group therapy because dre specifically asked me to be on this track with fucking house in Cameras one in rb well and you know care as one. That's one of my lifetime. Idols like time here in iraq him top three. Amc's me no. He's he's always number one him eminem. Jay z always on my top. Three but carris. One is the one. I learned from the most so to beyond doubt. I think that was my first track. You know that. I that i was able to colli with with k. r. s. In and nas at the time you know 'cause he was like the fucking guy everybody was looking at like like the way they looked at rock him right so to be able to hold my own right there and and to be on a dry track. It really solidified me where i was. You know i. I didn't even fucking realize it till much later but like you know. That was like the stamp did he was putting on some loss now. They match us coming from like cyprus hill hip hop classics too low rider in beans. So different did you get any bad response from it. No absolutely not. Because i think you know the game had been changing you know involving and i think that what dre had done has had flipped it once again you know to wear. It didn't all have to be gritty. it could be. It could be like you know that that laid back west coast california shit in. We had done so much of the other shit that i think people were waiting for a different kind of reflect from us because mugs was always one of those guys to flip the whole share on people. And be like okay this. It's a completely different sound now. Like when we did and bones in infusing the rock shit. It was a toll different flip. Did you no doubt one. Yeah we did get a little bit of scrutiny for because you know some some hip hop heads back. Then were purist. It had to be all hip hop like man. Fuck that. I'm only listening to hip hop half of this fucking novel. The other should i fucking with and later on they would fuck with it and they would learn about like oh shit. This is actually kind of banging but at you know. Initially they would be on some fuck that man we want. Just hear the hip hop regular you know traditional and we don't with that but we pushed through because we were so adamant about look. What you're hearing is the shit right. We aim backing up off that so like if you don't like it that's too fucking bad but we know and when we would play some of that shit we would see it. A mosh pits would happen. 'cause we all we all know that if you play a song and there's no reaction there you're dead and funding one and it doesn't matter how aggressive the song might be. You made it to have this certain impact. If you don't see the impact in that song it's fucking failure snow mean and fortunately without skull and bones album. We were taking a big chance but we knew what we had would move people and it was something that that send dog was really invested in terms of like what he wanted to do because he had flipped into a different mode. Like you know doing the fucking hardship and so this was monks his way of like bringing send dog back into the fold in a way that like made him feel real comfortable to give him more mike time more. You know more verses and more parts of the song and shit like that because he excelled in no style songs. I mean does disband called power flow now this just ridiculous but you know that that was. The premise of skull bones is doing some shifted. Send up with really get down with in our fans got down with it. We were surprised that you know. Have our hip hop songs. You know motherfuckers fucked with them. Obviously but when the hardship came on and we brought the band in it just amplified what we were already doing in such a way that like now. We could play with anybody. Anybody yeah you just step at the hold on level and it was tough because like you know we get festival plays that were all metal and we were the only hip hop band near and we didn't have the band yet. It was just turntables. So we'd be rocking against all these fucking metal bands not really against before us. It's a competitive thing so it's against And holding our own. So when we brought those live instruments into the fold it gave a whole new dynamic to us in because we were already rock metal and punk rock fans. All of us From bobo to send to to mugs and myself we were all engaged in that type of it made it easy for this this transformation in in it in locked in with people they went fucking ape shit for i mean well we were doing cock the hammer and we going out like that right like sabbath style. Yeah motherfuckers were losing their shit too. That i missed doing no song right right right right because it was just a different dynamic than than what is recorded orca cow. I'm gonna put you on the spot here. Twist your arm. What is your favorite cypress hill album. Always say four okay. It's one of our most underrated albums. But i think mugs like in his seat with with that album. He was going away from from so many samples right and he was like you know like getting musicians and like explaining to them what he wanted to hear in then chopping that which to me. In my opinion he fucking killed it on that fourth album. You know like a. He doesn't get enough credit but to me that that was one of my favorite cypress. Allowance added temple a boom in recently elephants on acid. Because it's so dark and psychedelic. It's like fucking Like who mugs is as a producer. Get it right there on that album. That dark psychedelics. Shit 'cause we're all big fans of the doors and pink floyd which was always dark and psychedelic right by the way. I'm a huge huge and everybody here knows this huge doors. Jim morrison's jim morrison huge. Is everybody the fuck it. Or what has everybody had a role like yeah. I mean with cycle realm especially like. When when when i did the cycle around we were all very very strongly like fucking with doors in figured out like how do we incorporate some of their shit into what we were doing and That was like one of the common grounds we had in in. You know we would. We would Constantly like whenever we were doing shows or just chilling. Pop the fucking doors on in and get different ideas and was cool as i had a chance to to meet Mansouri ray manzarek and krieger and Dinsmore i work with Dens moron on snoop dogg song that fred wreck produced notion riders of the storm. Yes i heard it played ghazan that notion eric. Bobo was out of the country and they asked me to come play an fucking played on record. I got a fucking platinum plaque for. Snoop dogg record. That played congas on. Because people don't know i play percussion eric bobo. I'm a student of eric mobile. So played on that over the doors track. And then you know the doors. Were you know unbeknownst to us fans of cypress hill. And when i met them through frederick both of all three of those guys actually met krieger in a different place. But man's eric in an in depth more met through frederick and they were fucking. Cyprus fan like they appreciated what we did in new. We were fans of them and and and then i met krieger. Doing this thing called What's it called. It was a it. Was all star. Band right called They're called royal flush now. They were called camp. Freddy then and it was slash duff muskegon. Dave navarro billy billy He was in. Billy billy morrison. He used to play with billy idol. Okay and his ban. They had this all star band called camp freddy n- invite other celebrities to come and play songs with them cover songs or some original songs from that our is right and they they would always ask us to come in and we would play play with with those fucking guys in in. We got to know a couple of through that shit and you know i. It's it's it. It was crazy having not experienced. Because it's like you know before hip hop was the bastard child of everything and now everybody you know is like his embraced it right now. We get invited to these things. Word that the the rockers would never fuck an invite us to back in the day but it was cool getting to meet all those dudes and then dem learning are songs in in fucking plan and i. It was a trip plan with those guys man because those are legends in their fields. In you know to get the props from them that they would want to play our songs with us that that was always like a fucking good feeling but i met krieger. Through one of those shows that were planted doors song with someone. I can't remember who is actually singing with them. But i met him backstage in his eye. Cam man fuck priscilla. Love you guys. I heard what you did on the writers storm thing and this and that they were always just the three guys were always just so fucking cool man you know so to meet like You you actually fought with the really course yeah. It was a great experience to need. Those raymond's eric. Here's how i met him. One day and i was working on a mellow mayonnaise. Album came out as a matter of fact never room next door. I have the two inch wheels. Twelve songs that i did with him. That never came out. And matter of fact i tina marie. Nps rest in peace. Lean and i did a tractor violet. Quick story violet. Here's the track that i do for mental. We did a song loving you by minneapolis. I did like hip hop style. I took the case in snares from a criminal minded from bb and I had my homeboy ranting. Why do the play the keys. Fender rhodes played the bass on the moog and violet brown hairs and she says you know what i'm gonna bring my friend team. I think she could sing a great chorus on here. I dunno in the fuck. Tina was and tina. She just said. Put maria behind so the next The next day or two she shows because they were outsiders. Come open up the gates okay. Cool so she comes up. It comes to little petite girl she goes. hey so I want you to play tenure. Track whenever she shows up she goes. She's right here. And i was like okay. Cool i play the track. She's listened to it. And i was like so. How long have you been singing. I did not know it was her. I did not know it will start as she had her hair slicked back in a ponytail and she had bad like like makeup a mecca. Mec close real baggy clothes. I couldn't make out who she was and she goes obviously while he looks. She looks up articles. Does you know who i am. And i said i don't know i'm sorry. And he said tony bicycles tony. That's go. I know she goes teena marie off real. I know a lizard. I you know. I met her a couple times right. We were at. We can't remember where the fuck we were at. But like somebody introduced us and she she was like i know you guys. I love you guys in in this. And that and i was tripping fuck out because his team is saying she knew who we were. Yeah and she fucks with us. And i wanted to get a cameo like like a feature will hurry. Unfortunately things happened and whatnot but man we always just when we knew that she was a fan. We were just like we appreciated her on a different level. 'cause already loved her as it was. Yes yes what. We appreciate it her on a different level because she was like a student of music. You're not just the type of music she was doing but just period right and i came across artists like that throughout my career that you would think they don't have the fuck we are like you know that may be our shit is like two new or whatever but like we come across guys quincy jones. Who knew who the fuck we world and gave us dopp then gave us game like would like give us history lessons. Whenever we'd run into a totally knew who we were in little richard. You know the where we met uncle fucking and rich. This motherfucker called us out this ex-ibf hill come. Say hello to your uncle. Richard and you know who were tripping the fuck out. 'cause we noticed him but we didn't know he knew who the fuck we were right right. He calls us out like come. Say hello to your uncle richard. We go over there starstruck. We're like this little fucking richard wright and same thing with With the with the with my man from the is lease ron eisley airport. Any was smoothies. Faulk little young wifey and they had a lot and whatnot and say oh cypress hill. How y'all know y'all are and it was just a trip because he's off because we grew up to after eluding e loved there. We're fans of in the fact that they knew who we were we were like. I mean we were stolen by that shit that we're star struck by the fact they knew who we were right. And i'll never forget that. I mean these are because we used to listen to half their shit on care. La and us in different stations growing up and and to hear the appreciation because you know hip hop had it struggle a lot of them artists back in the day that we were sampling. They did not fuck with us. You know fuck that we. You guys ain't creative. You guys are doing this shit you borrow in off. Wash it his crap. Yes that's true. But to see those folks that we considered legends. We grew up off to like embracing us in san amen. We fucks with what you do. And that is like the biggest thing the biggest cosign that you can get. And when i met george clinton on on all's men grooves tour and he embraced us in would have us on his tour bus and introducing us to his family and shit like that. When i damn uncle georgia's coolest fuck right right. Those are memories that you could never wipe away because it's like you never expect the the guys that were there before us to embrace this. And so that's why i feel it's it's like an obligation to us and not just the obligation but like you know you got to be sincere about it but embracing the new motherfuckers like we were embraced by the people. We looked up to me. So i go out of my way to let them. I know the new generation. 'cause i fucked with you know what i mean right and i have no problem with that because our generators we want to hold that shit too long i we give it to you. You don't deserve you ain't a student like we were but very true. But you know it's it's not for us to judge like that we gotta just show love in and build that bridge. And that's why i fucked with some of the cast came after us. And i have no problem highlighting who they are in and embracing them like like those schoolers embraced us. Yes absolutely never expected that law. You're like man. We're the step child in here. Here are uncles aunts. Are you know like fighting with us saying he. Here's a quick story Jerry heller threatens. he's yes. Recipes is managing mellow. When i was laurie alexander. Yes because i don't know if you remember got him ira yeah holy yes so I'm producer medals record. I have violet taking us to interscope. And jerry's taken us to warner brothers. And i told mellow why are you having jerry. So jerry called me one day and he goes tony. I heard you produce implementation record. And i have a friend over here. Does to anr at blah blah blah. And i was like okay cool and we start talking and he goes. Hey so what kind of music is a little bit about yourself. And i go jerry. You don't even realize that. Nineteen eighty eight backstage at the nwa concert when you were managing them really. You're a tall tall do with a long trench coat. You know that's me. I met you back row so we started talking kind of music. Like in the first group i mentioned was doors because oh i know ray really good. I go ray who heals raymond's eric and i was like you know him. As a matter of fact. I'm going to have prior. Why don't you come through. And i was like i swear to you. I thought he was lying. And i said all right cool and i still remember the drink where we're having i sit down. Dan comes through ramos. Rating stonier shake. Money goes eight. How're you doing. Tony heard a lot about you. Jerry told me. And i'm thinking to myself. I'm a focus warming kid on the fuck you know about me you know. But that's what i'm thinking. Jerry had shots of of. I don't even know what the fuck over cold. But they'll chevy dealers vodka. What like a piece of linen like just the appeal is crazy. Yeah and i will jay. I was fucking drunk so go ask him anything you want and say. I don't know how. Jim morrison i said i'm a huge fan. I'm nervous just sitting here. Twenty eight years old us. As so i kinda just want to know. What can you tell me about jim. Able to watch a movie. And i said yeah and he goes. Did you like it. And i said yeah. I val did a great job. He goes well bell cumbersome and music welcoming wanted to job so we give it the job. We thought he looked good. We thought something good he did. Yeah he did and he goes the only thing that we didn't like that we thought they made him look too much like a drug too much like a drunk. He said there was nobody throwing pills in his fucking malady said They just made them look overly too much like a drug addict gambella. That's all it was. And that's all he said. I'll tell you. Jerry heller was a gangster though. Yes he was. He would show up to any meeting that he had with strap on him. Yes he did have a strap like straight to fuck up like saw negotiations they right bah rez defeat fees. Yes one time. I showed up to his house. And i swear to tell you the story off camera but he turns around and go touch my back and i said what touch my back and i'm thinking opting i'm not going to touch your ass. You know people touch my back. So i call like this. He goes yeah. I got a nine millimeter bullets. Which our fucking name on it. That's what he told me because assumption. That happened i was like his car. He'll jaguar and the license plates at ruthless jack. Dude i remember that so we get into your call. We call the fucking drinks and then he can look at the jewish mafia. And i was like yeah always had a guy. Come jerry okay. It was always put on hegel like he was straight gangsta. He was stray gangster. Any gangsters guess. I have a book. And i'm thankful that he signed it for me. So i still i still here. Yeah he he was way cool with men you know like he didn't have nothing to do with our career. Anything like that but whenever i would sit down with him he would always just give me game and like give me a history lesson. Yes and I was always thankful for that. Because he didn't he didn't have to write. Just did you know I don't know what he saw me that he felt like he could. Just you know like game to me like that. Like i met him to leo g. in and And through frederick and you know probably yeah publico. Guess bobby tony. Gb can make a couple tony. You've been here as a matter of back. Tony g alert me. J man i never. He's he's the man gr. Oh yes remember. When he used to do one cut no one. No one else had done it When he would he would bend the turk the record back at all like a man. It took me years to learn that yes. It took me years to learn. I learned it right but it took me years. 'cause low key turntable enthusiast. I get down like for real. I put practice in in my mixing in the tricks all that. Julio in antoni were the guys and mugs 'cause mugs insane insane. People don't like him in. Aladdin live together for a couple years really. Yeah latin from low profile. Yeah yes was one of the best deejays fucking hip hop period in terms trick de jan and all that shit right competitive degen him and mugs live together so they would practice against each other and just it wasn't even against each other they would just be practicing their tricks and it would just be like crazy. Turntable isn't happening in for me. I was emcee. But i was always intrigued. By what the fuck they were doing. So i would low key watch. What mugs was doing watch where he was. Mark the records in s in. I would now in then when he go to new york. I'd watch his apartment. And i get on his turntables. He and he knew that i'd be on his turn today. Where you on turntables. Yeah show me what you were doing. And then he would fuck like okay do this. And he showed me like the basics right. I would fuck with that every now. And then whenever. I'd get a chance right and so fast forward to you know twenty years ahead. Julio g becomes our dj in julio g put us together was the one that introduced all of us. 'cause we knew julio before anybody and you know where we're at a rehearsal for her so we were sound check for a festival or some show plan and i got on the turntables while he was talking to bobo about some the routine that we're going to run and i started doing chases and whatnot. O.'neil it you learn that. I said well you know used to watch mexico here. Try this in. He was showing me some. And i pick it up and then when i went home in practice in my homie jay turner rest in peace. Who is a producer and dj. He'd see what i was practicing of. What julio would fucking give me homework on any would help me tune it in and so i started getting back into it. You know what i mean. 'cause i was into it. You know a little bit and went away from it. But when he saw me at that sound he said tried this. And i and i tried something and i was like oh shit and i started. I found myself practicing back on turntables. Awesome and then you know. Someone found out that i was on turntables they. Hey you wanna come mixed this club. I'm sure and it was a fax it was with. What's the dj adam. Twelve right and he asked me he goes a b. I heard your dj. Wanna come spinach set. I'm like yeah sure. I didn't even know what i was getting into. You know because. It's the first time i'm spitting at a club. Was this at a small club. It was jam-packed yes. I forgot where it was at. And i'm gonna tell you what i went because i found that you're gonna be teaching. Yeah bro everybody shows up. Mixmaster mike spinderella fucking mugs everybody. They're all coming at me before. I'm going on right. Mugs comes at me. Goes eight man. Got a lot of balls when lena goes. You're gonna go di jam jam for knowledge. These mother fuckers right now ready. Yeah you got a lot of balls. 'cause i'm an mc nobody knows fucking fuck around. This is my hobby shit right then spinderella. She comes and sits next to me before we go on. She's like a so You really doing this. I said yes she goes for real you ages. Go play songs right. No fucking mix. And she's a cool. I'm be watching. And then i see mixmaster. Mike fuck and role in the club. I'm like all the pressure is on. And so i you know. I say fuck it. I you know. I get my traditional fucking jack. Daniels is bam fucking smash it. Let's go and get in there and i start. Mix do nothing. Fancy no crazy tricks. 'cause nobody wants to see that in the club. We're right brian against right. So fucking knock that off. And i got a crack in in all the folks that were like. Hey are you. Are you really sure you want to do this. At that. at that point they were all convinced. Like yeah you know. He's committed. 'cause i party rock the fuck out of that place and then he asked me to. Come back and dj. Like six seven more times and for me. Like when i get on the turntables i. I don't think about what i like. Because what i like. Is that hardcore shit. Hit ri- rasta. Keep people on the dance floor. You might be like up against the wall like yeah. That's the jam. I remember that but like for me. It's always about keeping the women on the floor. Dancing after the dudes bein drinks that will matter where spinning. If we're doing the fishbowl yellow bus out some little shit that i might might have in my bag of tricks but mostly it's party rock in trying to keep people having a good time. You know but that night. I was nervous because all of them came in they. Were giving me them fucking comment bright bright rise mugs because as my brother and he was like you've got a lot of balls and i felt like damn that's a hell of a line to tell me right before that's awesome. I wanna ask you a question. That today i got a lotta. Dm's about can by the way. This is probably the interview that i got the most dmz Okay on instagram. Ask him this. ask them that ask them. And here's what it all pretty much encompasses ask them about chicano rap rap. I don't know if you're a fan if you listen to it. But the number one question asked him if he would ever be willing to work with chicano rapper. Yeah i mean for being a. I don't discriminate against any type of rap on. You know what. I'm saying. Like i feel like if it fits me. I fuck with because i fucked with a lot of latino artists I've done like you know fully spanish shit at recently. I just did this joint called what i'm saying. So yeah i definitely fuck with In early days. I didn't fuck with. It's so much right. Because i felt like you know because was trying to do like frost type game. Of course in when when you're when you have an allegiance to the guy who is the guy of that you tend to like you know not fuck with everybody else because like you want show to the main guy right and frost was My homie for a long time. I was like a right hand tool for for for a few years. You know what i mean until we kinda fell out for some bullshit but we got it back together. You know mean because it's my home. The i love him to death but for me you know like we always try to write a different thing because we knew the one thing about hip hop is that there was no place yet at that time for latino for for a latino marketed record and hip hop right. You had to sort of be universal so like if you were doing chicano rap most labels were fucking with you very true right and you knew you fell in line to the circuit right. Which was doing the car shows. And all the other little spots that would fuck with with with the chicano rap. It was more like regional. So you stop at car shows swap. Meet right indoors right and that's where you would see it and for us. We never wanted to get foot held in that because we knew at the time there was the only the only person that had success with. That was kid. Frost and mellow matinees but momentous shit was different than frost. it was a little bit more mainstream And we knew that like you know if we had come. Try to do any of that type of shit. We weren't going to get anywhere with that shit but we were never against it. It was just something that we didn't do so much and like a lot of our didn't come with us. Come at us to like do shit with you. Know what. I mean all sort of leaned towards frost because frost was very orientated in that lane and we were slightly different. So you know with us. We sort of tended to focus on latinos that we're doing more like straight up hip hop shit like soul. That's when i made the connection with cycle realm right l. friend of mine didn't that you know she was at this This event was happening at Street have never. Do you know how they do. Those yearly cinco de mayo shows and stuff like that and for this particular one. They had cycle around plan. The first the first version of psycho realm right and my friend was there and she told me. Hey listen you should come. Check these guys out. These mother fuckers and without hesitation. I went down there. And i saw him and they were doing something different than the normal chicano rap you were used to hearing. They were doing something more hip hop and i fucked with that all day. I was like you know what this is. That shit right here. This is the shit that i connect with and it was like. They were chicanos. But they were doing shouldn't a hip hop style hip hop format. It wasn't necessarily like what frost was doing. And i thought that was important. I thought that was key that dick. You could show these cheat homeboys right here. Stray from pico union can do hip hop and not just necessarily chicano rap bright. And i wanted you know month. Focus to see them outside of that particular circuit. But still you know. Fortunately they were able to build off of that. But you know that was the thing you know. That was the difference between them and a lot of other. Chicano artists is that they were able to sound more hip hop than she gonna rapid it and at that point all the major labels. They didn't feel like they could market a chicano rap. You know they. They wanted something more. You know universal. And i think that's partly why they fucked with us. They knew we add some spanish ship but it wasn't necessarily like frost shit which was harder market to crack very true. And so you know for me always kinda stuck with that hip hop dynamic over anything else but you know for me. I was always open to it like if the song was right. If it sounded like something that i could like you know make make better or you know. Contribute something to it. Yeah it was always always down to do it. It's just that you know. A lot of workers never came to us because they knew we didn't really do that. Style is and so you know. I think it was a combination of Focusing we didn't want to do that and we didn't want to do that with anyone else. But our own click and It was a big misconception. Because you know we were always open to work with anybody. Like i'm. I'm always open. Because i like to challenge myself and do different shit so but Yeah i mean no no not that many groups approached us full for any collapse back in like i didn't get along collab- till you know the two thousands if you will you know what i'm saying i got a couple of people asking me for collapse here and there but it was more after the two thousand which people started asking me to do shit in one of the first ones. Dj and then eventually snoop dogg. Asked me to do the whole thing which caused a whole lot of shit for a second because of the misunderstanding of that you shared a little bit of light on that. Because that was the question that i was going with the thing you know a lot of people a lot of lot of latinos you know. We're in the hood. Thought that snoop dot with dissing latinos at. Yeah in my dude disin- latinos. You would never do that because he knows. A strong portion of his base is lot. Denial you know bound by sandy. So you know it was it was more or less another verse. Did that one of the other home. He said that they were dizziness. A certain click and they they put it on snoop dogg and then because i got on the click there are like all year writing with snoop against your own people in there was never about that. It was more about uniting our people it you know i would never have done a song with snoop if he was decio latinos and never have ver- i'm latino twice said. There's no fucking way i'm going to deal with ass shit and i know this new guy love for a fan for his fans you know so it was another one of those misunderstandings understanding in shit but people understood in they fucked with it like like real folks like what we fucked with that. Kazan shows unity. And it's a dope song and often fucking you know. Thanks new for that shit because like you know it exposed me to a wider base of of his audience and it showed that that unity between him and now. Because we've always been good friends and we will always figured out a way to work together. Go even when beef a cuban them you know he. He didn't like pick sides inside so that he actually would call me and a man i got you. You know this is side we got. You know we got you just to let you know between you and me and i always thought that was awesome. Because like he didn't have to do that. Shit you know meeting nafta come and say a man on fuck what you be. We got you know what i'm saying. It could have gone the other way like nobody said shit. Y'all a allergist do what y'all do fucking between y'all but he let me know he was he was a brother to me back then and that's why i've always been cool with him and whenever he calls me on therein in fortunately enough called him. He's he's showed up. Okay in done shit so you know i. I thought it was like you know. Yeah i was gonna take a little bit heat. And i did. But that's part of this game. If you're willing to take heat you gotta have skins yeah you. You can't be in it if you went willing to take it off. Good brother now. Is your anything be dad. I didn't ask you anything you want to bring up anything you want because you have so much history. I cannot this time. Cover your whole history of other people often ask me about like in its random shit. It ain't even about music as a lot of the about about the pay balling okay. They used to like compete with the paintball. Yes it'd be We'd go to tournaments around the country. You love shooting motherfuckers. Men listen is chest with guns chess with god yes. We play against military motherfuckers against police that would be you know create teams to play within these leagues in. You would see you know like time. Their strategy wasn't that fucking great. When you're in closed quarters in the Balls are flying at each It's about communication in how to move with each other in nash. It taught me how to think calmly in in a in a situation where most motherfuckers would be like. Oh shit in anxiety driven mode. Because like you know you're you're you see these fucking balls flying fucking by you and you're trying to dodge you're trying to communicate your a move over here and take this dude out. I'm a back you up over here on this fucking side so that you're you know open to shoot on this side so that was called duty before call tree much call of duty. Real fucking time bro. A and it was painful but the adrenaline takes you past. It is a rose. Truly addicted to plan fucking paintball. I mean notion you could shoot people and they weren't gonna die and you were going to jail and you possibly could win the game in a man i think. We competed for like four years on on on the circuit. Not like the scenario games where you go play in the woods but like actual competitive league where you know. The ship was even on. Espn for time and Man it was one of the most addicting things did. I've ever done like more than any fucking drug dogs that the adrenaline rush is. It was awesome like they had to pull me off the field like the what happened to me. Why stop playing was someone came up to me and was like amen You plan on these gains in his cluelessly out here. I love to see you supporting sport but on what are you gonna do another album and i was like oh shit. It had been three years. Wow that i was playing. And i hadn't made one fucking song a month are looking at me like man. What are you doing right right. And that's what likes that me back into reality. Like oh i gotta get back in the studio. And that's when. I made the three mix tapes to gunslinger mix tapes and then eventually the rise up album for cyprus and got back into work mode but for those three years man it was. Shoot them up. Bang bang all to the fucking alter the country. It was like seven places that that would hold these tournaments denver colorado Vegas Tampa boston california. They played in huntington beach and twitter places at new jersey and Souther fucking place does another place. I can't remember but there would be d seven tournaments in two to three hundred teams would go compete to get to the to the top to the top fucking echelons of paintball we. We got third place in the amateur division which was the highest we got and then i had to give back in the studio because that's when the reality of what are you going to get back of make. Some songs might do the math. A food question okay. So you burn new jersey. I have to bring my daughter's in the air force. She had she gave me my first babies twins. Anthony invented. i loved him one day. Maybe you'll meet them. The they'll be here december sixteenth. My little boy's right Love the man. I have three grandbabies. Another one's emma a loved them and you know what it feels like like. You just have kids again right. You know so indirectly. Yes so i let me ask you. Are you a fan of boss. Your minimal both. Okay folks at both both okay bye. Mom and dad are both from mexico. Half of my family's born in mexico have mathematician. Here i was born here saying okay so now i go to new jersey. It's a place called jackson new jersey. We're looking for lakewood new jersey. Because he said in lakewood new jersey is a big mexican community so we were looking for it but we found jackson and we saw a mexican restaurant there so we wouldn't here long story short the best bulls solely i've ever had was in new jersey crazy right. Yes crazy a look. We were doing a tour with serial killers through europe and one of the stops in in moscow in russia right in exhibit like a week before he is like a man. Will we get to fucking moscow mexican restaurant. We need to go to a mike. Fuck out here restaurant in moscow. I ain't going into that shit right. 'cause already know is not going to be real mexican food work in fucking moscow gonna have taco bill and so he's like dude i swear to god. This shit is authentic. I don't know if you want another one pedro's drive down. He's going to have to drive down. So i'm fucking like telling them all right. Fuck it whatever you know a few say. It's all good off. I'll so we do the show in his sold down we smash it gets a home run. And now it's time to go to the shit and it's like fucking twelve. Am you know. I'm our yeah. We're going to go to a mexican restaurant right now in russia right sure enough. We fucking go in it. Looks like it. Looks like an president. You know that spot. We go in Aesthetic looks just like a fucking mexican restaurant like president direct. And we're like damn this year looks okay. It looks all right but let us just see right. And they break out the menu and it's like an president that menu right or composite israel. Komo's components is very much like those two menus. Same shit right. Now what okay. Let's see what happens right. Booming comes out it's just like the shit at l. compa los competitors and fucking president that they're right and we're like oh shit we star taste the food and its authenticity. Wow authentic we're like who the fuck is making this right so they bring out the fucking guy and it turns out that the owner that's from moscow on a trip to mexico. He went to this one little hole in the wall restaurant in had the food there it was like oh shit i gotta take this back to. Russia goes back and makes a plan. Then he comes back to that same restaurant gets the guy and says look. I want to open a mexican restaurant in russia. I want you to come back with me with your staff. I'll pay for you guys to live there. I just need you to train these guys. If it works out you could stay there with me and be my partner or you just train the guys and you know if you want you could come back whatever right so the fucking guy went out. He took a chance right. He went out there. They fucking create this mexican restaurant and he becomes the head of the staff. He brings a few of the mexican homeboys from mexico to be like the guys to teach russians how this shit is done and they make a successful mexican restaurant in fucking moscow bro. Like top notch shit. Roll like 'cause. I was expecting into bouffe. And no 'cause they brought the squad and they taught some of these russian how the down it tasted just like if you were gonna be at a local bothered as or president. There was like i was like impressed. Brag i looked at exit like okay. I'm glad i listened to. Yeah yeah because the truth be told. I was going to be like now going back to the hotel and dude i it just like you never know where you're going to one of those gems and in moscow. There is a fucking mexican restaurant that serves authentic based food for random. I could not believe it. There were russia russia. Yeah for real man. Hey it was a great experience. We were drunk as fuck by the end of the night. We're knocking down cadillac margaritas left. And right i give them up. They get mad when you say in new jersey but yes bro. You jersey surprise yes. Yes i was surprised. Another guy told me that. I haven't tried them yet but he goes. You gotta go to times square new york. And i've been a couple of times because you've got to go times square new york. The best tacos are in times square metric. Hands dollar what that's what he told me they told me so. I'm like we'll see different medical berle. I'm like all right. We'll see so. Next time. I go visit my boy i gotta go. I'm always skeptical. Me tools in new york. Said they do a lot of shit really well though like just the the food there is off the chain but when it comes to mexican share i don't know there are mexicans there for sure like in chicago. You can get some good mexican food cargo. But yeah new yorkers is as a tough sell on me right there but you know. Hey you never know. I'll tell you what though like for me my favorite place to get fucking mexican tacos sergio's off atlantic boulevard over there in the city of commerce. Dash it is. It's like a little hole in the wallets. Been since nineteen seventy something. My father used to take me there and then got introduced to it by one of my home is it used to live by their us tour manager any of that abiola glebe by my crib and he took me to fucking sergio's where my father used to take me all and the tacos and burritos the shit. Yeah bucking top notch. If you ever get a chance dog sergio's tacos over off atlantic. Let's talk was much much worse. Oh hell yeah okay. I'm gonna ask you a question. I was asked every artist that comes from here. Does it matter what year from hip hop starting to now give me be real's top five doesn't matter. It's groups are artist or album top five classic albums from the west coast You know obviously that i first. Nwa album okay. In the power album by is t. I mean fuck. You not not mentioned that shit. I know That that that. I king t album or you're active the yeah stash. It was fucking bang. Them go shade. Let me tell you man that that is it's a classic king t was like our jay z. Yes before jay z was just clowning clown like fucking king He was one of my favorite. Yes absolutely What else Police that nwa in our power. I remember power leads. Get butt naked. How was awesome. and i i gotta say digital underground. Oh yeah i mean. They're from up north and all that but like man. They hit a fucking smack with shit. Yes there was like undeniable The other is is Farside okay you know what. I mean. underground backpack shit. Okay and I mean i. I don't be mentioned in us too much. Because you know i'll mention that up to me but you know on the underground level cycle realm because they were able to fucking build this thing. That was like straight up l. a. shit and then be able to tour everywhere with their shit. I mean you know they go to europe. They go to south america and in fuck shit up last. Even maybe not. As as as as what cycle round was with jack. dukhan cynic and in jack when they go out and represent this music. I mean they have like such a fucking impacted is crazy and that grew out of here. You know what i mean. And so i always have to put them in in the mexicans. The mexicans hired him here not long above the law to know. That's more than enough. But above the law. Yes link. Because i don't think they get enough credit then into mexicans. Don't get enough credit. You know what. I colon seven here. And i will share. And what how. He didn't even realize that was there when drake was producing a lot of their shit here audio achievements. 'cause that's where i produce high-seas half half of his album was audio achievements but Okay so now. East coast doesn't matter what years east coast east coast. Favorite top five top six albums run dmc public enemy. Beastie boys daily soul ep. amd ep amd Like before biggie. Did he use that. He they used that function that us on the west coast. Were all about with that. Roger zap shit dog. I mean there. She was gangster. I remember a listened. They were doing a show at cossack of me. No real remember that spy absolutely. They're doing that. Shit toji was there. Julio g was there that's how we got in through those guys right. We could. And i tell you i you know i was. I was banging heavy before that time. You know what i'm saying. I like mood the fuck up. I should have been banging with mexicans. Yes but like you know. I was bang bloods at this time in it before that show right i locked up at los. Poverty knows me to hundred grind goes back so i'm there and i looked like people thought i was simone because i'm a taller dude. Big old afro. Ima fog as you know in in. Most samoans at the time were crips So these these two dudes come in these two brothers come in there. They're like a cause. What set you from like blood. This neighborhood family and they were brought to the you know like they were about to come up on men in two other bloods from denver lane denver lane. Come up like a blow. We get together. Fuck that shit in you know these more focus back the fuck off and you know. That was my los father. Dino's experience right then and shit but It was crazy. 'cause being a lot dino in a blood gang was it was. It was tough you know. My brother he was from vienna was thrilla right. Knee passed away Earlier in the year he would always tell me like you know a your fucking mexican bang with these dudes over here shit. You're going to get. I say look i know what i'm dealing with. I know right. And i you know i used to get a lot of fucking beef because of that shit but truthfully i wouldn't change a thing because what it what you know what that made me was like you know. A bridge was like to the latino culture. Because i'm not the but you know also on the side with brothers because they understand it. I you know i went on this side of life in in dealt with with that whole shit and i'll say this man you know a lot of fuckers if given me love because i've i've had this bridge between both worlds and stuff like that and You know but man. My brother put me onto it early on. I know he told me like you. You choose this. this is what you're gonna get right. And and sure enough. He was right. I had one for because coming at me crazy. Because i was from a blood. Set the mexican shit like that but you know eventually when i got into the music and And let go the gang bang and shit. They created a bridge for me. That i could talk to either side. Yeah and that was always. That was always like a a big thing for me that i could communicate with both sides and they were both you know have love and respect and all that shit and we could find a way to work. I mean and i think that's a reason why i was a blood that mom focus snoop dogg accepted and was like i'll do work with latino that kid frost in cycle realm and guys like that lighter shade around even though we had a little something something there for a second. You know we all were able to get along because here. I was being this locked in on these and edo These fucking blood gangs. Shit like that and It was different bro. Like yeah you know. I had i had. I had to deal with a lot of difficulties in the beginning. But motherfuckers new my heart so i think they accepted the fact that even though i was locked in on i went into this. They could still connect with me because there was something relatable about street life roy matter where what block you were on and I felt like people felt like i was a voice for both them. Not the culture and and the black culture in terms of you know the whole being dom ooh and all that shit. Let me share something. You'll be women's in the eighties and all my homies. That are listening right here for my neighborhood will testify. Say that. I'm speaking to in the eighties. Women ten was essay and blood. Yeah i remember that. Kosovo wilmington would wear red. Yes in oregon d right yes We had Old street east side pain and then we had Dana strand the projects of the record water from peru bloods of filipinos simone's over here and blacks blacks over here. Then you had we must we must and eastern wish always killing each other but they'll come together to kill blood right. That's just the way it was here. So i always told motherfuckers if i survive the eighties. Fucking gang. Crack epidemic arkansas arrive. Covert real case for real. That was the battleground. Yes and i still know essay. Do that still have ck. Kate they went to county jail. They couldn't claim that back. Yeah they could not you know so they came out. I knew essay dude like well before they were a jury curls metric and do you know read quarter royds. I seen them. They went to college. I came back bald. I get it anything against them. But eventually you know blacks moved out on filipinos and everything moved out. They actually tore down the projects but through throughout the eighties. There was a lot of magic. Kim bloods guys will not admit it but it's true. Yeah and i love the fact hickory street. Yes we're we're a part of that. Yeah that you're at least honest. And your sherman so You know. I want to thank you for that. Release honest man. Oh man you know look at it. That's what it's about man you know owning your shit i already know. Yeah for me at being a lot dino. Most people would have thought you know that i would be from you. Know a a latino set but that's not how it how it played out for me What about the latino culture one hundred fucking percent without doubt. Because that's who i am. But i'm a. I'm a lot of things gordon to an sestri. Dna and twenty. Three me But you know. I look at it like this man. That experience allowed me to be the bridge. He know to show that like a person. Were i come from can get over here in this different this different scenario and still build that bridge and and bring us together you know instead of create more separation and division shit like that because i mean you know that's what they want. Our people are powerful. Our stories are powerful and when we get together it cannot be fucking stopped in. There can't be you know disputed because we all come from the same spot. even though we're different color were different culture. We live the same struggles. Absolutely you know what i mean. Do we might be from different gang cultures shit like that but it's the same fucking struggles and we're all struggling against the same thing and in you know but they'd rather keep us divided an uneducated so that we could not focus on like how we come together how we unify in how we put our money together to create things that like. They're not gonna give us right and for so long. dave allowed. the division flourished between us. You know what. I'm saying from the prison to street to are are totally different cultures but we all come from the same shit at some point and when you see that and you see that our struggles are the same no matter what color we all you. Will you ride together. You have absolutely because they're not gonna ride for us right you know. They've always been riding against us. They you know we're beneath them. No matter what level would status we get to. They always feel like we're beneath them. You know what. I mean in for us. When we unify our money we get together. And we show a a solidarity right. They can't stop that in. That's what they're most afraid of. So you know they will let us perpetuate their fucking l- agenda by keeping separate in beef with each other over little stupid shit but those of us that are in the no. Yes we know different in. We try to educate people in and try to bring people together. And i think that's what's important like your show like this. In the way you get down with other month fuckers in the way mike how we came together and they were you know trying to make some shit and we're showing this unity and we're showing love and respect for each other. I mean that's what it's about. Because when when they break that and they put us against each other. We're like trying to tear each other down. It just makes their situation better for them and more fucked up for us because we can't even get into a situation where we're where we're we're prospering. Because we're too busy tearing each other down right in their name and not even knowing that in so you know for guys like us in our age group that all this shit and then are like trying to show people something different. That's what's the key. That's what's important the love and understanding and the understanding that they they wanna keep was fucking separate be. I will never forget our conversation. I'm watching harry potter. Yeah that's that's that's fucking what hundred dogs. When i heard you laugh. I was like okay. We're good though. He knows all love. And i and i want to express the people when we talked was all glove immediately. Yes because i mean it's something we connected to his father's yes different like even different just than just men or people of the of the same culture and you know latinos and all that. It was just different than was like awesome. You know like where with their kids. You don't the shit right and what you told me that off top. Our new like you know what this is. This is nothing. We're gonna fuck you get through this like nothing. And i'm glad that you invited me up here to come to come do this because i think it was important for us to show people like. Mary ain't nothing there but love absolutely in infrastructure this conversation these drake's together bro. Kailua okay everyone here to participate in what i'm about to say okay. I wander round of applause. Because i have somebody here. That's on the hollywood walk of fame. I want to thank you be braun blessed to have you here so you got to come on. The doctor greet them show chop it up with this brother because he talk. Listen what what you're about is what i'm about and that's what i love them. Because of me you know forever they. They expect us to tear each other down and get at each other and shit like that but we showed it. We're above that definitely and there were about each other. That's the biggest threat to these mother. Fuckers there could ever be in that shows are progression in showing like we're going to stand together absolute end to me as the biggest fucking thing and i'm glad i came and did this shit man because the shows poppet number one number two you keep it one fucking thousand and i love that shit bro. You know for me. That's i'm all about that man. So i'm always willing to participate in shit dislike one thousand even if it's like on the situation that we kaylynn to where it was a misunderstanding. Look were right here. we've had a great fuck. Tom knocked off of a number of shots. Almost fucking tequila bottles roll like a. It's all love man in all. Come back anytime you call me. Absolutely o clock. Oh shit oh shit to call. The school complied. Okay everybody hold on. I do that to roll like you know. This is a common thing amongst donors. This shit asked pedro. Okay let me put vine for john. Dixon calls s some. Hello caller my dixie. Here what's going on was scratchy with good a a beat up in a fan since way back in the day man with the nasal album was with at rockin. And you fit that. We're going to get that out. That's crazy that you remember that because that was like a rumor that that went down such a long time ago. That rock myself in q tip would do do an album and shit like i always thought it was a it would be a dope idea. I know that that q tip would probably be now is just getting at the you know at rock to feel like comfortable enough to to to to get down and do some tracks again because you know some guys when they retire they retire and they're done with it and he be one of those guys but like i would love love to do an album with fucking at rock and q. Tip are you kidding. Me matt table. That would be so dope. And i mean i gotta read that in the grand royal magazine knowledge to sloan away. Ericsson san of man that we were gonna get that album. You ain't you ain't wrong. That would be tight. I would totally fuck with that. If i was offense. No pro. I appreciate the anthea. My quested bros. Always gets with the van. I saw love how good how blessed i let me. Okay going to take another call. Everybody The numbers of gordon call. You gotta be real pertaining to music. Okay i don't wanna hear nobody's diary. I don't want to hear your nephew cheated on you. I don't want to hear your problems. Just please call talk to be real question. Spooky from montez says too little tiny. I love you exact always and forever her collar. My dixie on. Where are you calling from. What's your name arizona. What's going on the come out. We have yeah. Yeah i guess. New sheet coming out in february is call. Let me tell you. Some produced by scott storch a whole album and i'm Start leaking some songs this month in january. But it's a different look for me. 'cause it's more polished than than than than i normally fuck with right but Man you know violent was scott was like awesome. You know because we did everything from scratch. It wasn't like one of those things you know. How these days are you know. You got pro tools motherfucker since you folders and shit i actually went to his home studio and revived out from first song to last you know creating it from scratch. Five pm right. Oh yeah you know if you wanna get any insane gear you know there's in clothing co dot com. You can check them out there. We've got all our flash it right there got dr green thumb merge coming soon on a different website but you might be able to find it on saint clothing co dot com. Would've utah tucson's the fuck and plays dog. I got a lot of family. In nasc- i i got a lot of family in easy men the carbohydrate family. That's you know. That's michael carbajal. That's my cousin right there in Salute to all the carbon halls in freezes down their nose san. We'd be holding down in jersey over the last night talk's her okay caller. Let's go get somebody else. You got a question for bureau. Cool pretend to music. Don't come over here talking shared You know now we're good girlfriend left you nothing like that. I don't wanna read your your problems. You know what. I'm trying to be cool. Let's keep it wrap is keeping music so callers somebody call of now. We're going to get the fuck off so here we go. What is it. Johnny somebody there. It's called derek. Mallory derrick derrick. We're starting this shit. I dare a derek homey be on all the fucking time in our fuck alive chabrol. He is lit he's minnesota. Yeah a shoutout derek valerie. He's doggy you know. He put this together yes he did so know he's that's some shit. Did a fan put this together. Dog like derek mallory dog. You got the fucking merit badge of the year. Yes for putting this shit together because this had this had to happen. Absolutely yes i agree. Caller my dixie. You're going on real was good question. My question is any artist. You would like to work with you have more with any artist. You jay z. Jay z's always been a one of the dudes on my list that i wanted to fuck with in terms of getting down with a song. Like i've gotten down with them on on one of the tribes songs. And i did a remix to their american psycho shit But jay z is one of yet to fucking get down within. He's always been one of my favorites. So i've fucked with jay z for sure though the dow be that would be great. That'd be dope you know for me. I like to step up levels. Yes yes you know. So like if i hear his verse i. It's on big dogs to a question who's walk question. Who's your favorite actor. Be my favorite actor fought to your mine. Clint eastwood he's fucking like in everything. He never been wack in not weapon movie from good bed ugly to Grant yeah because guess what pacino and robert deniro have graders. They are some of the greatest yes. They've done some wax shit. That's real shit up just keeping it. What i know. I know but clint eastwood he never did a wax shit. All his shit is one hundred percent. So i'm gonna have to agree with you there okay. Have you ever met cleanest would i've never met cleanest. That's my bucket list. You know who. I've met was was bruce. Willis bruce willis diehard diehard. Fucking bruce willis. I was in a club The troubadour right at the troubadour. There's a club. I that name a year. It was a hip hop club. Above the troubadour. Can't remember what what the fuck it was called the time but we would always go there and we would own upstairs balcony area and just chief in hard bro and mark. Wahlberg who i knew from music. You know he. He saw me in the club. He's a You mind if one of my homies comes in takes a hit of your joint like yeah whatever you know. 'cause i'm always about sharing right right except for these days in covert times. Roll your own. Goddamn it But in that time you know. I was like yeah for sure right. And so his. Homey was bruce willis. Oh shit right and in the in the club was a low ceiling so the lowest disabling was right here right. You could totally touch it. He noticed that there was a light. Fucking pop right over him. While he was smoking a joint looks up. Any fucking untwisted light bulbs or goes out and then tastes the biggest for pull of joined dog. He was high as fuck. But that was That was pretty cool. Because i didn't know his home me that he wanted to smoke. Out writers willis to hold so. I know he's donor. For sure. salute the bruce willis. He took him s full of that. We'd like oh yeah he's split coley the we'd broke yet. Go you to be a fast times. Ridgemont high fantino. Whose portfolio is. Yeah you know a that. It was the funniest shit. Because when i got the joy back was practically a roach notion. Does this generation no you being in the widows. We'd business does this. Generational widow roach clip is. I don't think they do. I think more more of them know. Now what a funky feel tip is which is a glass tip they we created. Yes you know. I created that. I was on a trip with with sick. Jack in in in In six symphonies were during the cycle buddha tour in europe and we went to amsterdam and was sitting there. Were all pissed off because our fucking hotel rooms were ready dog. Ridges come from like a sixteen hour drive and now they're telling us the fucking rooms ain't ready and we're all fucking pissed off. We got no weed and shit so we said fuck it. We're gonna you know musty as fuck from the night before we're just gonna go to the fucking the cafes as they call him over there and just get some weed in wait until our fucking rooms already because the bus can't in city so when you lose your bus your your bus goes off to a different city to part so your stock so we have fucking we're just gonna go to the greenhouse because that's our spot we we go to the gray area to get our we'd go to green green numb the greenhouse to smoke it and we go there and we're fucking rolling up some shit and i'm thinking to myself after i roll it. I'm rolling with paper tip that they do in europe. You know those little cardboard paper tips. And i'm like why is it not known fucker. Come up with a glass. Tit and bom the light bob. Bob went off in my fucking head right there. Like when i get home. Oklahoma people do like A prototype of glass. And i did that and i just so happened to be doing a deal with the roar bonk's which is based out of germany. They were doing like A line for us with cypress hill like expensive line which is like a jewelry based fucking bong line had gold and diamonds in this and that and they only so you know. They only made a few of those boutique shit. The other one was a more a photo. Foldable version of that where it had some of the jewels but not everything and so we were doing that deal and i said hey listen i got an idea for a glass tip in. They they saw and they heard it like. Oh yeah let us make on example How we would do it. Yeah and then. They made their their prototype version. Now's like that's the one right. There in we started making these tips and it became a thing. So people started discarding the roach clips and using the funky field tells so and That's that's that's how it all popped off and it was just an idea that i had in you know what's crazy is that when i started a lot of moviegoers all we've been doing those a long time. I'm like okay. Show me one predated before the ones we created. Show me one and not one of fucking came out with not one. You could come out with a word or plastic tips. But those are those are like cigarette. Right right Filters the glass tips were specifically for the weed and when we created ash it like once you smoke on one of those glass tips. You cannot smoke a regular joint after that ship. Okay and reserve there. It is to preserve cheers to that. Let's get a caller. Let's go to caller caller caller see. Okay let's go call them addiction. You're here was going. What was your feeling. I've got a question for To tony gain Up any real. Do you grant to make a thirty year anniversary for the black sunday album absolutely are aksu. Thirty year anniversary is coming up in august of twenty one twenty for the first album. So we're gonna we're gonna do. Yeah well yeah. We're gonna do a little song for that. We're going to put out some special funky cypress hill. Funky fill tips for that. And probably you know do some sort of event if by that time you know what. I'm saying Thirty years in the game crazy. He said hell yeah one. I can't wait to go see you guys. I mean i've been a die hard. Fan says like i think ninety two homing. That's what's up man. We we've been doing a couple of those drive in shows and there are a little bit different but it's still don't because you know people get a chance to see you. He manolas a different type of setting on people. Still get a chance to connect with your music connect with you and whatnot. We did one in ventura one in riverside and it was packed. People fucking with it so you know until she gets back to normal normal you know there are those style but also we've been experimenting with doing livestream gigs. And so like maybe two weeks ago. I did a couple songs on on our be real. Tv you to it or are actually we did on twitch or something like that And my focus fucked with because realistically if that's the way you can get it right now right that's the way you're gonna get it in in And people appreciate that. You'd be surprised how much people appreciate because if they're not getting anything by you know something like that is key because it gives people a chance to connect with the music again. It connects with you in. It's a different style of performance. You're not. they're feeding off. The energy of the crowd is. It's your energy. They're feeding off of into me. That's a challenge in is like challenges man so to me you know. I i see in our future until gigs. Come back more shit like that. That's true that's true man. I'm more of a monster mad. So i'm like more you know Contact shit like that. You know right right off good brother. Hey real quick because you get west. Graffiti show shout. I real quick man sat out to west coast graffiti man Keep moving keep learn. Peace out out okay. We're gonna take two more calls him. We're gonna call it a wrap k. Two more calls for be real once again. Important your problems. Nobody wants to hear that. Ask the doctor yes. They'll call them addiction going on a brawl. Blessed how you doin' just sipping on this three mitchell other taking a couple of shots after that focus and i'm gonna hit a joint where bureau. That's what's up. I be real which you gotta be real man. I've been a big fan of yours from day. One from the warn. When i heard you meant. I'm from the city of rosie. The thing he will have got an aunt will say everybody's stuff in from day one year what. I'm saying amen body. I got much love. Because that's assad. I grew up on you know. I went from one valley to another up in the san gabriel valley and then moved over to san fernando valley. You know in the in this all love in man you know i gotta tell you. The love is support that we got from everybody on the east side when we first popped off it was. It was amazing. You know because here. We were latinos from the east side represent representing the hip hop culture. And be taken serious. Not like a fucking joke or or a you know like It was just a different feeling man into represent everybody from that that area and and in areas like ours man. It was key bro. Because i mean we know that that there's a lot of us spread out throughout california in different places other than just the e side like owl. Here you know in the south bay in wilmington in on the west side on each side you know wherever there was there was always this type of culture yes that we were represented either of in vienna voice for so for us to be that man it was always honoured because we know we speaking from other focused just like us. Yes question but i want to ask you to be real one question again. It's a pleasure to speak to the president. Speak to twenty. I'm surprised i'm maybe on this phone call in collab- o.'neil could give you two on one day. I love that guy man this one of my fucking dudes bro. Like its way long overdue. Yes didn't do something. When i had them in the smoke box. It was ice cold abroad to of his homeland. Basque raw. it was gay. Cser is and i know that at at some point he had a little something with me. You know what. I mean in in respect that because you know for me if among fucker has enough heart to come and say hey listen. This is what i had with. Ulan in gus right here right you know on some shit came and told me he came and told me like. Hey this is what i had. Because i thought that you you know approached it like this and i thought that you know maybe you could have approached it like this and i totally respect shit like that man because you know nobody ever wants to keep it one hundred and on their fucking chest. I heard that. And he's a g you guys got to do. Some teacher gathered in a positive movement and a positive movement in business and especially with twenty year. Right there if you three weapons get together. Absolute something impact so much is one call like this and do for having me on the phone. Call names sparks from the studio. Rosie singled out right. That's right a live in emigrate in. I agree one hundred percent. Man i i love gonna hold man in Definitely wanna do something with him in salute to him because he came up on that fucking movie that i thought it was dope task electric collector role. He came on that shit. He played it like a g row and and and being what about what about what he did. A remix lingo. What did you feel about that. I was feeding off. I thought it was dope man. Ns it's another reason. Why i think him. And i should be doing shit. You know at some point and getting down with it and he's he's just different dude bro like he's got a different mentality in a love that shit about him and he's out of the box you know i sent. I sent tony me. What your hollywood. Which hollywood time you mentioned you. And i gotta tell you my ankle man. He's on the spiritual level him in. I have this this thing in common. That is that is different and When we talked about that on on in smoke box it just gave us a different level of connection and Men i got. I got so much respect for that. Fucking guy man in in. I can't wait to work with tim. In terms of music over. Okay took us out. Here's what i'm gonna do the same way. I did with you cornell. You need to be her dad hall. Come on a man toady gonna. Do you have a good time here. Bob box hill. Yes thaddeus pineapples sneezed yet. Have how could you have a good time here pop. What's your grandma api. I i know. I know samuel was when you're talking about like land nicer for here talk to me. A best out of all dongle sparks did exist in in an or anywhere bro. I swear to you go. Try was fucking spa. Bro is a whole enough fucking wall but is the best doctors trust. The best got nasa burritos will even if you like fucking sandals cities. I could talk more liberal. You have a blessed. You know what i like johnny shrimp boat. I don't know if you've ever had johnny triples janis tremble all my god fried shrimp a rice and beans. Fuck gravy all over that motherfucker johnny. Triple abraham i gotta tell you one hundred percent tony. I'm glad that you invited me down here. And i'm glad that i came down here to fuck with you because it you've got a dope show thank you the experiences fucking awesome and it's not like it's not like other you know other shows that like you come on their podcast. You get asked the same fucking questions that you've been asked over and over like you get a different perspective in fucking respect that dog and and you know for everybody fucking with tony man. Much respect to you. Because that's recognizing real shit model. Forget rasa thank you thank you thank you. We're gonna take one more call. And then it's a fucking rap because i'm fucking that makes to bro and i'm going to have to boost us from lanka bobby deep presents blanca. Hail bobby bobby be working block. Always bring us even though she knows she knows. I love human human buckles. I collar my your ear. What's going on in the last caller homey. What's good tv big. Let's go. i'm seeing the blue cut bro. You gotta ask which cut you off. Just i when i will. If into our june will slow. He mind the all of those on by nine namesake wounded perelman aluna's fucking dope. I had a chance to work with. Alan mind on on One of our last records with burner. You know 'cause collaborations with burn well collaborations. Actual albums is my homie. Like my my little brother and shit so when we put together albums we get a list of one focus day we wanna fuck with an alleman was one of those guys and he fucking killed it and the fact that he's now doing shit with snoop dogg. I mean that just goes to show you his growth like you know his his stepping forward in to hit what his destiny is in getting with those top notch level. Motherfuckers and snoop dogg credit to him for recognizing that shit because like this. This kid is really fucking dolt. And burner bernard put me. I was open to salute to control much demand. Were that those are my homies. Fetterman fucking dude But it goes to show you. Also you know like burners burner is like ahead of the game. He you know he knew about it before me in put me onto him in the. We started collaborating with them. And then eventually snoop dogg onto collab- with them. And i think that's key that snoop dogg. Does that shit show that he does. Give a fuck about the latino community in the latino fan base that he has that did all that shit. That people were talking before likely did. He's against latinos a bunch of bullshit. Oh he rides for us the way we ride medical audience and the mexican audience from mexico is a whole different thing. I mean sometimes they hate on us. Yeah we're like ball chose to every mean fuck because you guys are both chose. Chicanos are not mexican national fucking they come with and we have to get over that we we as the guys here that are of mexican descent have to get over the fact that we get a little bit of hatred from the place that our our ancestors come from in. It's in its fucked up that it happens like that but guess what the young folks and the folks that are are aged grew up in time of hip hop and and appreciate that shit they they love and they appreciate it and they always showed the gratitude in in in the love for it in the older generation. Don't fuck with us when were fuck with them. So it doesn't matter but like the people were asian younger that that's that's who you fuck with in in the fact that they are like open to it in their they're receiving it in a different way and they'll fucking with it. That's everything because before we used to get hated on. I mean that happens in every culture broke like for instance Were mexican right and we come from either mexico or or or here in the united states and we go to spain and some of the older culture in spain not not the younger culture like the people there would be our aging younger not them but the people that are older they look it. s like we're fucking peasants. Absolutely they don't fuck with us. We speak their language but were mexican. And where a part of the culture of them that they don't wanna fuck and they don't wanna own like they raped and pillaged in created us through their raping and pillaging excite. We will they or were donal. Yeah take time on my you know in for a minute. We were stepchild. Yeah you know and now it's different fucking game. We're not to step child anymore. Even though to some of the older people yeah for sure will always be but to the younger folks at our our agent in that relate day except us in the embrace us and they are part of us and that is the biggest shit ever. Because you know you've got to break barriers if you're if you're going to do anything is about breaking barriers dish show bricks barriers are music bricks barriers. And that's what is all about now. I'll good bro. Thank you brought a great question. Yeah the junk look through a local bus amen. I love your show vacuum. I gotta tell you off topic as a broadcaster As someone who's been doing this shit a long time like you. I gotta say your show is shit in the way you conducted off top is the shit in. I would come back any time. You ask me any fucking time. Thank god my window taking shoot. We're not put off bro. You got to come up with. Dr great motherfuckers would love tab. You ought anytime whenever you got time. 'cause i know you got other shit going on but like whenever you got time you gotta come down in. I'll have some fucking some some some. Dr rita's there. They're a variation of margaritas. But i don't want mascot. I don't do them with the quila mascot good ain't that the ship scarlet if you had fucking dr rita dog with meskal a row. We're gonna have a good fucking time. I kelly to have you on the fucking show roy anytime other than wednesday sundays down. We'll make it. We'll make it fucking good for your time bro. Says like you made it good for my time. And i appreciate that brother in in fucks which you and. I want you to know it that it's always love in appreciation. And and you know. Just a. And i'm glad i'm glad we fucking did this. Derek mallory barrack mallory motherfucker. You put more chip. Take take you motherfucker. Because this wouldn't have happened without all that shit all that shit. We gotta have derek. Mallory dog are good. Be real any shots. Whatever you want. After i finished jewishness chip a shoutout to all the people did that. Always stood down with us from day one to now. Shout out to the people who might have doubted us in hated honest because they thought we were about the mothership but now they you know feel like yo. This is us shoutout to all the young men because realistically hip hop and music and movement is about you partially. It's about you know the artist but mostly it's about you. So i can only say much love and respect all y'all and who wanted this. Who wanted tony a. And b real to get together and say fuck this bullshit you know Division in all about this unity because we both got strong platforms. We both got a lot of great shit to say and we're about unifying our culture and in being stronger in for us to be sitting here together and having a good time and in a man listed. I've done a lot of shows bob off but to me. This is one of the most favorites that i've done because it started on some on some negative shit in turning tool on major hundred percent positive love which which we always had for each other in in you know off top but because of the internet in how the fuck it flips hit you know it got together faster than deal. We would have expected and to me. That is one hundred man. Because that's what it's all about is is creating the bridges and the law as opposed to the fucking division broke. Because that's easy. You know those of us that if gang banged we know division is easy. We can hate each other. You know without without even reason because you when you think about it a lot of gang. That came into the game through two older motherfuckers. We carried grudges debt. That weren't even took. We weren't even involved in. You know what i mean but because we're from this neighborhood we hold it down in all we got to hold his true And to get past that absolutely to get past that into be in a place where we're like accepting and in about love in about positivity in about putting our culture forward afternoon what we have to offer absolutely. That's everything yes. All the other petty shed is just petty shit in the fact that you invited me here man. I had a great fucking time. Also let's be real around. We all right here on the hollywood walk of fame okay. Here's what i'm going to say that ten legal football. So that's all i'm gonna save my shots. Go to first of all john nelken. This is the steve jobs of the city of torn. I'm telling you started in a garage. It's going to move into a fucking building soon. So mcgeoch shot to john. Motherfucking elkins if you guys want to download the news. John motherfucking occas dot com. If you wanna buy fucking pocket pussies john if you want to buy his refurbish dig pumps john motherfucking dot com by his anal bleach. John important very important. If you cheat glosses brown you can have pink in a matter of minutes. Okay i wanted to shout my boy. Dj taken all the fucking pictures. I my boy been on him so maybe teenagers and to give a shout out to stephanie. Salvi mummy hook. What's your instagram. Okay at salvi. Mummy and at salvia mommy underscore. La look her up by her merch blanca. Hawkin ever forget about you blanca. Bobby d presents as guy presents. Okay the catalyst yes blunkett. Thank you in. My is just thirty nine Wonder woman she's doughnuts. Wonder woman and give a shout to danny three mitchell hours. 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353: Tego o mnie nie wiecie

Mala Wielka Firma

43:13 min | 6 months ago

353: Tego o mnie nie wiecie

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Insatiable Bitch Goddesses Ep. 16 - I'm Not Well

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57:37 min | 10 months ago

Insatiable Bitch Goddesses Ep. 16 - I'm Not Well

"Hello. Hi, howdy. Hi, how are you? How Chao Ciao Bella Lena chahta Lena chahta Lena and it's 20 21 baby full word fucken doing it. It's the most Tuesday Tuesday. It's ever been everyone's back to work. There's some strange action happening outside my apartment people with their briefcases. Yeah clip-clop people are putting their hats on gotta get to the office home taking the the commuter train into the big city, everything's hustling and bustling we're podcasting. We never stopped hustling or bustling. Hopefully, we're always in the hustle-bustle baby that runs talking hustled off through the holidays, but I'm so you're about that. Wait. Can I say one thing first before we kick things off, which is that I've gotten a barrage of messages letting me know that we were very wrong about our rockabilly assumption that it was just a thing in the long as and like the rest of the world was like a safe space anti rockabilly. Apparently, I guess rockabilly is huge everywhere. Yeah. I got I got something like that too. So I apologize rockabilly is big in Japan which I love for them and it's a huge in Europe, which I hate where in Europe. Okay. So man named Andreas down on me on Instagram and said, hey, I was listening to the latest insatiable bitch goddesses up of the Pod and I don't remember now if it was your carry that mentioned there's no rockabilly culture in Europe, but I was thinking OMG if they only knew I couldn't be further from the truth. I wish you were right. I wish you were right though. Look up what I got a a whole a Scandinavian scope subculture. They're called in my country club. Norway truly vile law just wanted to inform you. I love him. I love him. Shout out to Andre has a Norwegian listener truly vile booking Going Global and rockabilly is truly vile. Someone else messaged me and they were like, I'm related to a member of one of the hugest rockabilly bands of all time and I was like, oh my God, I don't know. I didn't ask cuz then I was afraid I was afraid of the celebrity connection. We could have been torching by coming out as anti rockabilly, but I stand I stand with my anti rockabilly, I'm staunchly anti rockabilly. I'm anti swing Revival. I don't remember Brian stelter Orchestra. Remember that shit off was that I was into the swing Revival I got about that that that I got a rock around got out of here. Remember the gap Where they did the khakis and they're like, hey, baby looks like it's gonna where yeah, it's adds their best. I'd ever was just mad about saffron. They call me mellow yellow Turner know their best side was there West Side Story. I don't know. Oh, I do remember that. I don't I don't play Kanye West Palm involvement with The Gap will make it cool again. I would love nothing more than forgot to be cool again. Cuz Gap was like it was it was the moment. It was the it was the Chinese mad at rockabilly song. Yeah. Tony doesn't like rockabilly it was the moment. It was the The Benchmark. It was the the standard it was and then it just dropped down into new territory, but now wage I mean maybe if anyone can bring it back. It's easy. That's how but yeah. We were incredibly wrong about the proliferation of rockabilly culture throughout the globe. I asked for that the international you need to please forgive us and to take our apology as sincere and I hope we can move on and he'll from this. I my place to the international rockabilly Community is that we see you. But we ask that you stand down we see you and we ask that you. Move away put down the hair. Gel put down on the curlers for down the curlers telling the hype put down the bong bang put down a mini bang put down the tiny top hats down some of the leather jackets, but on the schools were told high heel put down the polka-dot put down your peep-toe shoe high heels put down the polka dots And step away stand down or else but stop it. Stop it. Stop it. Stop it. Do you suck start a war? I don't think you do but you're asking for trouble culture. This is a culture War. I had no idea. I'm ready to do like a documentary like a deep dive. I know we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into with this rockabilly talk a documentary. There's just so much rockabilly any who came into speaking of rockabilly, we we have to we gotta intro. Oh Park I'm Terry first pot first part of 2021. We're just shanking. It's okay though. I'm Kerry. I'm Laura young and you're listening to sexy unique podcast insatiable bitch goddesses. off And speaking of rockabilly this episode is full of pin up page up after fucking pin up. I literally not my cup of tea. We invoked rockabilly Allah Nancy in the craft Armand rule is just rock he gave me and now I'm sorry instead of dead sharks washing up on the shore of Malibu or Santa Monica. We get Elvis impersonator impersonator. Xin wage up girls and me walking around going is everywhere. It's in me. You didn't have any way you did this for us. Yeah this episodes do you see this episode is kind of wild this episode was wild it lacked it felt the long and short it felt felt more often long for me, but mostly long. How are you doing? Like, let's do a check in like, how are you doing with this season? How are you doing with these women and Brett I like Maybe he's so vile that he's actually making me laugh now cuz he's like he's he's such a super king that he's like fully like this episode. I was like laughing at home cuz you are like he was like making me lul a little. Yeah cuz he's just so like He's also just a caddy. He's like kind of a bitch. He's a total bitch like when he's like, he's very like gosh he's kind of like it just it goes to show there's always the thing like straight man can just saw Problems by talking it out with each other off and I want to tell you that straight men are some of the gadius people you'll ever meet em, em, there's some of the most gossipy any like women or man. You'll ever meet truly vile. Yeah, but aren't they are right. Yeah. I mean Brett literally was a gossip queen in this episode. It was like Queen of he was he was like, whoa, queen bee. He Regina George fully Christy. Jao sitting having a powwow, but first and foremost, I demand Justice or Frenchy. Oh Gone Too Soon change and a queen amongst Queens. I got a message this weekend that I sent from a listener that I sent to Laura of. A video of Angelique on Celebrity Big Brother way back when who was in the house of Leslie Jordan and they got into a fight and it was like kind of disturbing you like a cute like tampering with the food or something in the house, which is like she cut up his clothes. I think which like that's unhinged wage. You gotta do what you gotta do though and big brother like it's all bets are off in that world. Like that's a whole. I've never gotten into big brother, but I know some big brother heads and it's like kill-or-be-killed. You know what I mean? A Frenchie makes an appearance on I Love Money season 2 and I think she's on Charm School season two or three. Yeah. She's in like I already loved her from her being on the show, but after watching her on I love money, I fucking I'm obsessed with her and then when she was on Celebrity Big Brother in 2014 appearance. At least she was the second most Googled person in the UK that year like beat out the queen. Wow her impact. She went Global. I love that and now like I need more country, but she need a friend. She Resurgence having like a huge Revival this year. And I mean, he's like, he's like a stalwart like look, he's like you can't really like but he he like went after her and was vicious in this club. She told her like a French slot God and said go off and sell your pussy like blah blah blah. He really sassed her in a way. I was like, no one talked to Frenchie like they had this like really awkward like moment where he like fake went to like swat at her and then she like kicked him when he was like this like they were thought they were like little children it was so it was in everyone was kind of like guys don't like everyone was really in the clip is concerned. It's like it was it was really weird. I didn't understand. I Aid didn't know that. I didn't know that he ever did that show. I'm copying like was is that the same that's that guy? Oh, but then but now you just you can't you can't mistake them know like she's just he is who he is and but then when he just disrespected my queen and like honestly, we don't support her to me wanting at a woman, but no he toured wage but like, but she gave it right back to him. She gave me right back to him and then she poured some water on some people's belongings and honestly, she almost won Celebrity Big Brother. I think she came in I don't know but Frenchie is just like a national and international treasure president understand her and it's his loss. Yeah, a few people do I thought yeah, they're the ones missing out ultimately speaking of missing out. So we start out the episode with the people. It's a breakfast little tribute to the people the Fallen the Fallen Soldiers along the way in this Quest For Love and he says to everyone we lost tonight. I'm sorry, but everyone here, let's get down to making bacon and they all took shots and then he gave okay. I'm going to sleep because I know I was like, oh my God Brett's partying again, and I thought he was going to rage but then he decided to call it a night. He did like six shot down. I feel like it's so weird to see them hanging out and like a homey looking kitchen. Also, we have to remember that. It's probably like 5 in the morning cuz he's dead. These kind of elimination nights like on The Bachelor. I've read that they last two like the sun comes up. What the fuc Yeah there. I mean there are some bachelor's where the for after the first night. There's people leaving and you see like the lavender few of the dog died. So like the seitan hours long and that's why people are so drunk and deliriously tired. So that's probably why there's a lot of like unhinged Behavior going on wage. They probably they have to like film lots of different takes. Yeah, and they probably like get drunk and they're like black out anyway, so Brett's like girls I'm gonna hit the bed and then he's he came around and he he you think he's going to give Aubrey a kiss, but he goes around her and then kisses everyone else except Aubry like he has no interest in Aubry zero real whoops moment but also Opera is dressed like him. So maybe he just thought it was his own reflection, and he didn't really kiss his own reflection. He was like, he ain't gay dog. I'm not I'm not kissing that girl, but it was it sets Aubrey off in a tailspin that unfortunately leads to her demise her removal, but it I mean I would be wage I would be so devastated about like that's like a really that's a tough pill to swallow. Yeah, that's like a Telltale sign that it ain't going to work out but it's all it's also true that Brett is he's so like clicky and like He makes moves and they're they're calculated. Yeah, and he I think likes to put some girls on edge or likes to put them in weird situations just to see how they'll react like all the power play Rainy Dayz decides to take things to the next level and she goes up to Brett and ask him if she can walk him to his room and he's like, well he'll well sure but then they go to his room and like make out and probably fuck cuz she's in there for hours according to the other girls. Well, the other girls are like they see her split off from the from the pack and they're all going they'll go days. Are you better off these on the staircase and one minute and daisies just kind of like and then they see her walk inside and then The next thing you knew it's the morning and she's well first first we cut to a hot tub moment with Aubrey and Prestige. Oh, yeah, Aubrey's feel really neglected and that she's not getting what she deserves she feels tongue action from Bret Michaels. It's Aubrey and Christy Joe or Their Own Worst. Like they're each other's worst enemies because they're the kind of friends that like reinforce each other's Insecure self-esteem and they like they just feed off each others. Like like they have kind of a co-dependent thing going on and they like feed off each others negativity and em and they make it worse. Like we all have friends that are like almost like our mirror The of the worst side of ourselves and the the friends that make it worse instead of better and like so they're just like out in the hot tub crying and then we come back to the morning and daisies walking up to the room and she's wearing a bandana on her head a labret and it's like wearing his clothes off The Tell-Tale bandanas said everything that needed to be said and she walked into his good morning and she gives me and Brett we're learning things about each other. I just heard the girls are going to kill her. Yeah. She's going to get like her throat ripped out there say Christy Joe. They're also mad. They're Furious. They're not even like speaking to her anymore. But Daisy is like truly unbothered. She's like everyone gathers in the kitchen to hear the song note of like what the day's activities are and daisies body language is like she's so horned up and empowered from this like sexual moment that she had with Brett. She's like way practically like bursting out of her clothes. Like she's on top of the fucking world and the other women can like just smell it there. Like they know that she has a leg up already. So I love just like blatantly going to like fuck him. I feel like it took a while for the girls in season one to get there. Will they see? We now know who's doing it from the get-go? She was pretty bold. She was bold. Also, I feel like I feel kind of bad about how much I came for Lacey. I don't know. It was having like a moment yesterday when I was doing my laundry and I was like, you know what Lacey sculls is just like doing her thing. She's an Entertainer at the end of the day long watching like I love money and like charm school and stuff. Like she's on the second season and I'm just like we all need a villain sometimes and maybe she's just filling that role. Yeah, I think and now for some reason the women and men in this whole universe, like I feel a love for them that I didn't know was possible and they can do no wrong in my mind kind of like, she's like Joan of Arc burned at the stake burned at the stake sacrifice too soon. But also maybe it was all calculated all along. I don't know but I just want to say sorry ladies. We'll see. We'll see how I feel once I've seen Charm School season 2 or Rob left arm School. So they all they're all off to their next challenge. They all Pile in a limo. And in the limo Aubrey just straight-up goes as you Fuck Brett towed AV and that's the thing. I was most guffawed out was her Egyptian ankh tattoo. Where is it on her run the back of her neck on her wrist? Yeah, I was like I like literally went like oh when I saw that does such a like a nineties moment, right Daisy channels, like some of the best nineties energy. She's like David my opinion. Yeah, she's Dave Navarro. She's like kind of like Nirvana like a little bit grunge a little bulb like Glam Rock like I I just am here for it. She's like Jane's Addiction. Yeah, she says like you would see her at Lollapalooza 99 or Woodstock 99 and Lollapalooza. Just any year totally dead. So again days, he's like whatever. I've like we got to know each other. We were we spent time together. We were learning about each other and they're all like, okay like say yeah, you definitely thought but she doesn't care and they get you won't admit it, which also makes me think they felt even more. Oh, yeah, but she she it's it's she knows what she's doing home. So they got to a huge warehouse and they meet the owner of a company called Exile Cycles. Which is real it's in Sun Valley. It's still still in business love and the owner's name is Russell Mitchell who's like, hot? Yeah, I was into him. Is he Irish? I think he's Irish. Yeah, I was loving his accent. There's I looked him up and there's older pictures of him and he's actually hot. Like without them she was hot in this and like a caring guy every guy that worked. There was hot. There was some other motorcycle guy that was like having to help them a little bit and get it Blake the mechanic and I was like Blake taught to everyone's hot at Exile Cycles. But I was also I loved I both loved and loved this challenge. Yeah, so the challenge is the girls are split into two teams and they each have to build a motorcycle which I was like, I would not get on that either bike that they built and ride it like I just don't trust novices to build a death machine for me to enjoy myself on but I was loving like the girls like Peyton's energy about the motorcycle building. She is so excited. She goes this is my thing. She said she goes she goes this one's mine. I want to get that date with Brett and be on the back of that bike. So yeah went out the the the the owner the winner of the challenge there's two teams and there's two captains and whoever win whatever team wins that captain gets hurt ride with Brett on the motorcycle and go to like a private date of birth. And then the rest of the girls will go on a group date the next day. I want to be on the back of that bag. I love Amber's face like a cuts to her and she's extremely confused by the whole thing. I was she's like, I like Amber's kind of winning me over. She's great energy. Like she's just like she's always like can you believe it? Like she just always just can't believe what she seen in New York and I I'm like if someone was a gift to build a motorcycle, I would be like, I I can't like I'd be like, I literally cannot walk. Construct what you're asking me to? I think I could do it cuz I like build a lot of built like a lot of Ikea furniture solo over quarantine and like I'm pretty good at building stuff back away with your hands. I always my hands but I don't I don't know if I'd go fourteen cat like if it was between me and Payton in a like I would let one of them take the lead them they seem to be the FrontRunner and really knowing the ins-and-outs of a machine like that. And like let me help I'll be I'll be like The Back-up, you know, it's like in the mechanical scenes which is like I got this like I'm I know what I'm doing like I you know, she's Mad Max. She's Mad Max and she's like, my brother is like God does all this shit and he's told me a lot and then I was like, okay. Yeah, like you are my team goddess, like please build the bike. I will bring you some nuts and bolts and like screw things and read directions for you. There's also an incredible shot of Catherine just with her sunglasses on looking completely like not wanting to be there like the love which strikes again and I was like off of me Catherine was true. Go girl gave us nothing this entire episode except I think she did walk at one point. She does walk Kristy Jo to Brett's room. She just is like a tall pillar of Love which 60s energy that cannot be eliminated and I live for her just sunglasses on being like she can't be building this motorcycle. But like I will watch over the process so they divided the teams into the pink and black team Peyton is the captain of the pink team and as the captain back to him. And it's a real they're really neck-and-neck the entire time first. You think like the pink teams going to win and like everything is going well for them. Then they like miss one thing and then the black team pulls ahead and then the pink team pulls ahead and then Payton's at one point. She was I'm completely stressed. I became almost frantic and frenzied. Oh, Just trying to get they have to build the bike and fill it with gas and then successfully turn it on and that's like how you've won but it just is like it's a real like who's going to keep holding it. Like they have they have like some of the employees like kind of facilitating and like giving them like some advice or something but like it's pretty much the the the ladies are building bikes and oh they are built they're putting like the chain on the bus Hayden is so serious about this like she's taking it so much to heart and it breaks my heart when she doesn't win. I know in a women's Yeah, and the captain of the black team. And Brett comes back Brett also was like, here's your challenge because I'm going to go take a ride, but I'll be back and I'll see we'll see you when so he comes back and he's like home. I just had a great ride. What happened was gone then Russell. It's like well the black team one and then he goes Destiny Peyton. You're going to have to put on some bikinis and wash my bike with a toothbrush. Yeah. That's that's the the cost of losing is you have to scrub Brett's motorcycle with the toothbrush song. The whole team just Destiny who literally had no clue what was going on the entire time and Payton who literally gave everything she had to this one competition and Payton literally devastated. She's like, she's like her head and she goes he sing she goes in that moment when and he's like, you know Let's Take a Ride baby. So they head off for like a lunch date. And as they're pulling off you just see paid and then she goes in that moment. My heart sank. She goes and then she was all I wanted to do all the time with Brett and then she just you just see her mouth. I just want I just want that one on one. I w