We try our damnedest to understand Savage the 21st’s legal troubles and weigh in with our opinions. White people are still cuttin’ up so our issues with Liam and Gucci get…taken…to wax. But not all hope is lost, Nicki rapped real bars, black banks step into the spotlight and black girls are creating dope art. Full disclosure this was recorded pre-Grammys.
We cover a myriad of topics from stand up comedy to surprisingly good rap beefs. White folks gone white folks so we address some disturbing bullshit that didn’t have to be. But us gone us as well so we also discuss another cultural candidate and what that means moving forward. Kam also got his shots up lol.
We had a busy week in the culture loaded with music from some artists you already know and some you should get to know. We’re on bitchassness alert in LA and when you’re only 20, you can potentially ruin someone’s life all because you got drunk. But bullshit to the side, we try to gain some understanding of our potential Presidential candidate and how she may have a chance to affect positive change alongside Hov and Meek.
The episode where we discuss Future’s album and his family issues?! The episode where we rationalize Rae Sremmurd’s break up?? The episode that’s named after Big Draco’s interview?!! Big booty women on boats and Big Mac’s??! CULTUUUURE?!?!!!
We welcome Pete Freedman into the studio cave for an in-depth discussion on Dallas, his journey to founding Dallas’ most reputable online media alternative and some of the details of covering some of the city’s most shocking developments. Pete is the Co-Founder, President and Editor of CentralTrack.com, a Dallas onlne media alternative founded for the city’s millennial. Central Track prides itself on providing coverage tailored to serve the city’s underrepresented demographics and informing others about the lives and stories that matter to them. Super dope interview.
So it turns out that there was some leftover trash from a particular R&B singer and new trash from some people connected to him. We even have to revisit the covering/lid war of 2018 because…..trash there too. We then reach the trash debatable portion of the episode which will probably resurface at some point. Not all things culture were negative this week, though, thus the name of this episode.
We discuss our 2019 resolutions and make some 2019 predictions. As #KickbackOnWax proved, the energy you start the year with can cost you!! We also discuss the king of trash, R. Kelly.
The Good Culture Podcast goes into the studio cave with Dallas’ most lit vegan chef Brandon Waller, owner of Bam’s Vegan. We discuss the whys, how to’s and rewards of his journey to being vegan and also his journey as a chef. He also shared the rewards of being able to use his platform to serve the culture and to enlighten people about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. But it’s the Good Culture podcast, so it wouldn’t be right if we didn’t touch the culture just a little bit. You can follow him at @bamsvegan on all platforms and we hope y’all will meet us at the Dallas Farmer’s Market this weekend (Sat 9A - 5P, Sun 10A - 5P) to try a few of these amazing recipes.
Controversy stepped tew this week in the culture, much of it surrounding Kulture’s parents. Now keep in mind this episode was recorded prior to Offset becoming Midset, but we give our thoughts on the Sets (the B’s??) and we wish them happiness and blessings moving forward. Kodak had his spat with Ebro which led to some scandal. He also dropped off his new project, Dying to Live, which we discuss in this episode. Then some random woman many people are unaware of told gospel legend Pastor John P. Kee to “…shut up and preach.” Y’all wilin, fam. Keep up the good work, Krit.
We discuss Gucci Mane’s new album Evil Genius, as well as give our thoughts on the culturally relevant Grammy nominations. We also get into Cardi B’s divorce announcement and Kevin Hart’s roller coaster week. More details on #KOW are also made available so be sure to get all of that (II) !!!
Calico Syd was out living her best life this weekend (HBD, Sydney!!!) so we made the easy decision to bring in more family. Good Culture’s own Lauren Whiteman (@itsmewhiteman) joins the discussion with Kenny and T. Lee as we discuss Meek’s new project and other stories surrounding his album.
It was a pretty full week for the culture. We lost the beautiful Kim Porter, a pastor did or didn’t lose his mind and our own Kenny Reeves got to sit down with a cultural icon. We also got a lot of new music this weekend and learned about the extracurricular talents of another artist. We want to know how y’all feel about the topics too!! Join in on the conversation via our comments section or on social media!!
It was a very exciting weekend for the Good Culture family and there was no better way to cap it off than welcoming in a very special guest.
So we’re back from homecoming break and back on our bullshit. This episode is pretty damn wild.
Fifty is a pretty good thing no matter where you apply it. Buying a soda, field goals, age, money, podcasts. Yeah we said podcasts. You are now listening to a podcast that’s old enough to grill at the family reunion. We’re also old enough to leave Thanksgiving whenever we feel like it. In all seriousness, the GC+ Podcast is appreciative of how far we’ve come. We’re excited about where we are going to go. The good people have been family the whole time and we wouldn’t change that for nothin’. Now let’s get into this culture sh*t.
On this episode we discuss a big weekend in music centered around the releases of Quavo, Ella Mai and Usher. We also get into a fool sitting in the lap of a bigger fool. Also, we got Episode 2 of “The Shop” featuring Drake. Keep positive energy, good people and don’t forget to….
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This is what happens when one of us is drunk, one of us is on a high and one of us is trying to stay unwashed. And all of this is without a script.
Just when you think your past is over, here it comes stumbling back through the door. How do y’all deal with a case of the ex? Also, we got y’all covered on your fair hoppin’. There’s levels to this, know how to play the field. Don’t do Fletcher’s with a cotton candy date.
Last week was mad real. We got cops killing people enjoying the privacy of their own home and the rap game lost a super talent. Cardi tried to harm Nicki, but walked away with a knot upside her own forehead. That's a lot to digest and we still got our jokes off with another set of rankings for y'all.
Yeah we byke byke. We choppin’ it up on white rapper complexes, the Dallas chicken trinity and Florida man (in a good way, surprisingly). We also get into culture tv and discuss what’s going on with the Issas and Ghosts of the world. Kanye is still Ye’in, Bron still goatin’ and we’re still the best start to your workweek.