“Caroline, Why Don’t You Share a Line” | HHiMH Podcast (#009)

"Caroline, Why Don't You Share a Line" | HHiMH Podcast (#009)

“Caroline, Why Don’t You Share a Line” | HHiMH Podcast (#009)

Hip Hop In My Headphones Podcast: Episode 9

I finally got the cable I needed to play music on the podcast! This was perfect timing, because I was definitely not feeling good this episode. So instead of rambling on like I usually do, I decided to play DJ and share some music with y’all. As I was editing, it did occur to me that I’m probably violating the terms of every streaming service that I use. So…. hopefully you’re able to watch & listen!

Caroline, Why Don’t You Share a Line

In this episode I talk about new albums from Obie Trice and Blu, as well as playing clips from a bunch of different songs that I’ve been listening to lately. Other topics included: Ed Edwards: serial killer, kids making money playing video games, Missy Elliot’s new album reaction, and more!

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Don’t forget that if you’re interested in having your music featured on the blog, or in this podcast, I am always accepting new music submissions! I love discovering new artists, so hit me up and let’s grow together!

For anyone that actually listened to me blab for over an hour, I fuckin love you!

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[…] should, then you would’ve heard me talking about this album. I played some of the songs on Episode 9, so go check that […]

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[…] Obie Trice is back with a new album, and of course, the title plays into the alcohol theme. The Fifth is not only the slang for a 750mL bottle of alcohol, but it’s also Obie’s 5th studio album. If you listen to the Hip Hop In My Headphones Podcast, and you should, you would know I played some of this album on Episode 9. […]