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Slick Radio

What happens when you mix sophistication with ignorance? You get Slick Radio! Join hosts Underwood and Hype as they go through the weekly narratives of this thing called life. From worldwide news to pop culture and everything in between, we have you covered in all topics that deserve a touch of slickness in their lives. Like our page on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @theslickradio for more news, videos and episode information.
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Sep 8, 2017

Welcome Slicksters to the best damn podcast EVER! Point blank period!! This now officially our longest recorded episode and it is a goooood one. First and foremost Nas ain't Hip Hop anymore lets get that out of the way early. But, we address the seems to be frequent Colin Kaepernick controversy with Jason Whitlock doing a inappropriate parody of the situation. Hype claims Halloween is overrated and that is briefly debated. This leads into the rating of "Urban" Horror Movies we grew up watching and enjoying (despite them being terrible for the most part). Underwood discusses the upcoming movie "IT" and the impact it could potentially have on society beyond just enjoying the movie. Then we make a left turn back into the 90's where we rate the Top Black Women of Hollywood (for the most part) in a hilarious segment. Then for the finale we address the Elephant in the room, Nas not being Hip Hop. That leads into a in-depth conversation about the shift in what's considered Hip-Hop also managed to sneak in a few dream collaborations. All in all, classic episode.

 

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