In this episode of The Needle Drop Podcast, D. Respect and I run through a list of the ten worst rappers out right now. All rappers were culled from a list of suggestions made by you over social media. We don't fully agree with the suggestions, but we go over why each artist might be catching all the negativity.
A couple of weeks ago, our still pretty dead podcast was brought back to life thanks to the good people over at the SOS Fest in Central Texas. They flew me out to speak with a few acts, but mainly to do this on-stage chat with clipping., who have always been a pleasure to interview. This time we talk about the trio's latest album Splendor & Misery, their Donald Trump diss track, and their reaction to music reviews.
In this episode of the podcast, our guest is one of the harshest and most hilarious film critics on YouTube: Adam of YourMovieSucks. We talk criticism, reviews, music, and more!
On this episode of the podcast, we talk with the founder of Soundway Records, Miles Cleret. We talk about the process of bringing obscure, foreign music to a Western audience, and the evolution of the Soundway label. We also get an update on the next Ondatrópica album!
On this episode of the podcast, I give Pyrocynical a platform to defend himself.
Nah, just kidding! However, I do converse with him and NFKRZ, who are two content creators in the growing community of "commentary" channels on YouTube. We talk drama, Leafy clones, Keemstar, YouTube, memes, and more.
On this episode of the podcast, contributor Jeremy Fisette talks with singer-songwriter Xenia Rubinos about her upcoming album, Black Terry Cat, on Anti- Records.
On this episode of the podcast, a friend of the show, Zach Hart, interviews Anthony Fantano. Together, they try to find out where exactly Anthony's life went wrong, driving him to create YouTube music reviews for a living.
On this episode of The Needle Drop Podcast, we're talking with YouTube content creator and culture critic Evan Puschak. We go off on a tangent-laced discussion about the promotion of new albums in the Internet age.