On Air
01:00
June 11th 2019

In this episode of Continuing the Media Assault, Steamy and Smokey debate the potential pitfalls of rap monikers from yesteryear, primarily a fellow self-dubbed 'Special Ed'. The discussion collapses into a clumsy review of the ten-year-old movie 'Tropic Thunder', and, ultimately and unsurprisingly, no real or meaningful conclusion is reached. Tracks by Talking Heads, Coco Bryce, Fat Tony, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, and Motëm.

Special radio features: Double ShotX2 (Georgia Anne Muldrew - 'Overload', 'You Can Always Count on Me' feat. Shana Jenson, A Tribe Called Red - 'We Are the Halluci Nation', 'How I Feel') and Source Material (front end: Sly and the Family Stone - 'Sing a Simple Song', back end: Special Ed - 'Livin' Like a Star', bonus back end: A Tribe Called Quest - 'Jazz').

  • Time
    Title
    Artist
    Album
  • 12:30
    Talking Heads
    Fear of Music
    Memories Can't Wait
  • 12:33
    BADBADNOTGOOD Ghostface Killah
    Sour Soul
    Six Degrees feat. Danny Brown
  • 12:38
    Coco Bryce
    Boesoek
    Dub Rap
  • 12:40
    Fat Tony
    Smart Ass Black Boy
    I Shine
  • 12:44
    Motem
    internet release
    Guts
  • 12:47
    Sly and the Family Stone
    Stand!
    Sing a Simple Song
  • 12:51
    Special Ed
    Legal
    Livin' Like a Star
  • 12:55
    A Tribe Called Quest
    The Love Movement
    Jazz (We've Got)
  • 1:11
    Mos Def vs MF Doom
    Def vs Doom
    Ms. Fat Booty + Fancy Clown = She Dippin' Around
  • 1:12
    A Tribe Called Red
    We are the Halluci Nation
    We Are The Halluci Nation
  • 1:12
    A Tribe Called Red
    We are the Halluci Nation
    How I Feel
  • 1:18
    Trapline
    04 Creator Made an Animal
  • 1:19
    Flamagra
    Burning Down The House (feat. George Clinton)
  • 1:23
    Overload
    Overload
  • 1:29
    Overload
    You Can Always Count On Me (feat. Shana Jenson)