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Jay and illy take the podcast back to its storytelling roots in this episode, as they reminisce about trick-or-treating through Jay's hometown, their best and worst costumes and of course, the candy haul! They also take a moment to pay tribute to a close friend of the family and his home, which was their Halloween "Home Base" for many years. Music:…
 
Definition- supervillain: a killer who love children; one who is well skilled in destruction, as well as buildin'... It's a celebration of lyrics, beats, creativity and ingenuity as Ghost, illy and J. Millz sift through the catalog of MF Doom; one of the best emcees of the era and a certified top favorite amongst the crew!…
 
The night before the first Biden/Trump debate (read: debacle), Ghost and illy welcomed Ish, Ryan and Paul of the Black Delegates Podcast to the show. You won't want to miss this one, as the hosts run the gamut of musical interests and political issues, taking time along the way to big up Angela Basset and anoint one individual the "Master P of Film…
 
The crew is joined by Illcat - friend of Ghost and fellow Abyss Fam alum - to talk about his origins in the culture, his eventual foray into rhyming, lyricism and the writing process, and memories of the Abyss "netcee" collective. All of this, of course leads into a larger discussion of his favorite artists, albums and overall appreciation of hip-h…
 
From Sylk Smoov and Domino to St. Lunatics and Bits N Pieces, illy and Ghost chronicle hip-hop music, culture and nightlife in their hometown of St. Louis, from their own firsthand experiences and recollections of the scene. (Editor's Note: being that we've based this discussion on memories rather than research, mistakes are bound to happen and are…
 
Deathcakes re-establishes its presence in 2020 by going back to one of the pillars of its past: cartoons! By the mid-90s though, Saturday morning blocks were all but gone, partly due to the inception of Turner Broadcasting's new cable offering known as Cartoon Network. Jay and illy are back to guide you through their memory of its beginnings, to it…
 
"Wash ya fuckin hands, yall!" No need to explain; you know what time it is, and there were simply bigger fish to fry. But Ghost and illy are back, picking up where they left off because while life may have taken a left turn, or several, the culture never stops! Shouts out to: Got Damn Hank P @gotdamnhankp (thanks again for giving us interview at th…
 
illy drops by Shave Barbershop in St. Louis and meets up with Got Damn Hank P of Team Poly to talk about his origins and influences in emceeing, what to expect on his new EP, "Outspoken Introvert" and much more! You can find the album on all major streaming platforms, and follow Got Damn Hank P at his social media links below: Instagram: @gotdamn_h…
 
Ghost and illy bring the Funk back for 2020 by first, giving their overall impressions of 2019's hip-hop offerings and highlighting their favorite album releases. Spoiler alert: They REALLY like Griselda. *bdddddddddddddddttttt... boom-boom-boom-boom-boom-boom-boom-BOOM!!*NoJibbaJabbaFM.com による
 
When Jay, illy and Ghost (then known as Rokmore, in a special guest spot) linked up in an early episode of Deathcakes to talk Wu-Tang, they had no idea at the time that the Keepers of the Funk podcast and the advent of No Jibba-Jabba FM were on the horizon. They certainly didn't predict Wu-Tang: An American Saga to hit Hulu! Now that all three scen…
 
When Jay, illy and Ghost (then known as Rokmore, in a special guest spot) linked up in an early episode of Deathcakes to talk Wu-Tang, they had no idea at the time that the Keepers of the Funk podcast and the advent of No Jibba-Jabba FM were on the horizon. They certainly didn't predict Wu-Tang: An American Saga to hit Hulu! Now that all three scen…
 
With Stranger Things 3 having been available for months now (seriously, anyone who was gonna watch, has seen it!), the guys freely discuss the series. This, of course, breaks the Deathcakes 80's-90's mandate... or does it?? Intro Music: "Stranger" and Outro Music: "Lucas", by Mega-Ran -- megaranmusic.com…
 
To close out Summer 2019, Ghost and illy highlight three of this past season's best hip-hop album releases: "Bandana" by Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, "The Iliad is Dead and The Odyssey is Over" by Murs, and "May The Lord Watch", which celebrates the reunion of Big Pooh and Phonte as Little Brother.NoJibbaJabbaFM.com による
 
New home; same fellas bringing more of wutchyalike! After a brief preamble, the guys sweep up some MCU Phase 3 talk, and finally close the book on "The Infinity Saga" with their thoughts on Spider-Man: Far From Home. Intermission: "Slept on Tony" by Ghostface Killah / Outro Music: "Black Spider-Man" by Logic (feat. Damian Lemar Hudson)…
 
Summoned by Mr. T, their Spiritual Advisor, Jay and illy have been awakened from suspended animation to challenge the toughest competitors citywide, for the fate of the children. And these are no ordinary children. These are the kids who make up the Center, and must claim their rightful place in the world of recreational sports, if only Jay and ill…
 
The guys talk gaming, music, television and more before they introduce the world of Red Dead Redemption to T's Rough Riders, and make the annual trip to the DCP Bakery to pay tribute to the fallen icons of 2018. Merry Christmas, fools! Music by Mega-Ran & DN3 -- megaranmusic.com / djdn3.com & Ahwlee -- bumps.bandcamp.com…
 
After several weeks touring as a roadie for Joe Public on the chitlin circuit, Jay returns to the network and he and illy hop right back to where they left off in last episode's Marvel/MCU conversation. They also look at the current state of Warner/DC flicks and hypothesize potential game changers in that particular cinematic landscape. Outro Music…
 
In a recent vlog from hiphopdx.com, Murs gives his definition of what it means for an album to be considered a classic, and makes the case that there have been no classic hip-hop albums in the past decade. Ghost and illy weigh in with their own opinions, after sharing what's in their current heavy rotation, and a whole host of musical tangents.…
 
It's Episode 30, so the KOTF crew takes it back thirty years. 1988 was not only a monumental period in hip-hop, it was a year in which a young Ghost really began to solidify himself as a listener of rap music and an even younger illy took some of his first steps toward the music... and yet, a late 90's novelty act somehow crept its way into the dis…
 
As this week sees the release of Avengers: Infinity War in digital HD, the crew unearths this previously-unreleased reaction/review episode for the film. But first, a brief word from illy, regarding the state of affairs of Deathcakes Podcast and I Mini The Fool. Intro/Outro Music: "Theme Music" by Professor Elemental -- professorelemental.com…
 
**EDITORS NOTE: This episode was recorded weeks before Roseanne 2018 was canceled! While 90's primetime and late night programming on network and cable TV was the driving force in this edition, the conversation eventually shifts to a lesson in local geography/political standings, the guys' adolescent hijinks involving cable boxes, Jay's experience …
 
Nowadays, you wouldn't want your TV show to air on a Friday night at all; no one would watch it. But back in the day, networks were still wise to steer clear of Friday nights, for fear of walking into ABC's ratings buzzsaw, the granddaddy of all branded programming blocks: TGIF! From its prehistory, to its heights, to its eventual decline and even …
 
1997's "Ghetto D" not only cemented Master P's status as a household name and validate his years-long independent grind, it stands as a crowning achievement for his No Limit Records, a landmark in New Orleans rap history, and a vital project overall that would further push southern hip-hop stylings to the forefront of the culture.…
 
Television commercials. As a kid, these were probably the most reviled parts of your viewing experience, interrupting your favorite shows at the best parts... but damn if those ads and jingles didn't stick with you! Jay and illy have incorporated them into DCP since the podcast's inception, but this time they put the focus squarely on retro commerc…
 
After finding success with their "Creepin On Ah Come Up" EP in 1994, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony would continue to take the hip-hop landscape by storm and strike again in '95, with the melodic, shadowy marvel that was "E. 1999 Eternal".NoJibbaJabbaFM.com による
 
That cosmic slop emanates from the basement once again, as Ghost sparks another one and illy loads up on decongestant (damn that cold!). The crew sends a tribute to the late, great Combat Jack, and talks streaming services, DJing, and other random convo to kick things off for 2018.NoJibbaJabbaFM.com による
 
Jay and illy throw the holidays, workaholism, gaming, geek news highlights and entertainment experiences of 2017 and general updates of just what they've been up to lately into a shaker and serve it up in this new year/year's end edition of I Mini The Fool 2.0. Thanks go out to all new and long time listeners; the Network will return from hiatus wi…
 
With Gremlins 2, out went the dark comedic tone of the original movie... right along with any sense of convention and reservations! One can only imagine what the discussions in those production meetings may have sounded like, but it's clear that the response to any and all suggestions was the same across the board: "Ya know what... FUCK IT!" Music …
 
"So... exactly what is a mogwai? If you should happen to get one as a pet, what are you supposed to feed it? Speaking of feeding, what about those three rules about not feeding after midnight, or getting it wet, or keeping it away from bright light; what keeps these things from happening to mogwais in the wild? But let's just get down to brass tack…
 
So many cereals and toons in Episode 51... that story is over, but their rhyme ain't done! MORE reminiscing of Saturday Morning lineups of yesteryear, MORE cereal discussion, MORE probing into the curious links between breakfast cereals and the war on drugs, and... well... just... MORE, in Episode 52! Intro Music: "Games and Cartoons" by Sammus -- …
 
Saturday morning cartoons - and after-school toons, to a lesser extent - are the heart and soul of Deathcakes, but what about the programming that aired on Sunday and weekday mornings? illy brings Jay along for a quick list of theme music from that lesser-remembered and often strange lineup of syndicated shows. Intro/Outro Music: "Syndicated Inc.",…
 
Deathcakes goes back to its roots, to the very heart and soul of the Podcast: Saturday Morning Cartoons. But while Jay and illy are here to dig deeper into the seemingly endless lineup of 80s and 90s toons, they are soon sidetracked by another morning mainstay in the form of old school breakfast cereals, and the shadowy Ice Cream Jones! Intro Music…
 
I Mini The Fool 2.0 is back again in maxi-sode form (but hey, at least it's monthly this time, right?) illy took a brief excursion to Kansas City, and has otherwise been entrenched in Saints Row. Jay allegedly HATES these Michael Bay Transformer movies, yet can't seem to stay away from the theater on their opening weekends. All of that, plus the gu…
 
More discussion and more music centered around some of the dopest ladies to command the mic. Even after a two-part episode, there are just as many emcees left that the crew didn't discuss in detail, or mention at all -- this is a topic that will definitely be revisited in future episodes, but everyone is welcomed to tweet @KOTFcrew with more input …
 
STOP THE PRESS!! Jay has been reading DC COMICS(?!!!??!) In this first edition of I Mini The Fool (recorded June 10th) since the beginning of the year, well, there's more comic talk (no joke, Jay has been reading DC!), gaming talk, Jay's and illy's opinions of Wonder Woman, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Logan, and other random updates on what …
 
It unfortunately goes without saying that female rappers just don't get their due in the grand scheme of things. As evidenced from conversations in past episodes, the crew has always enjoyed and respected hip-hop's goddesses on the mic, but there hasn't yet been a KOTF episode that focuses specifically on the ladies... til now!…
 
At North Park Beer Co. in San Diego, J. Millz meets up with Santé Prince, a local SD-based rapper on the rise, to talk about his concert happening later that day at Queen Bee's, his "Destroy and Rebuild" single, his emcee origins and influences and much more! You can listen to "Destroy and Rebuild" on Soundcloud at soundcloud.com/santeprince and Sp…
 
Just how old is too old, in hip-hop? Is it even fair to expect an artist to hang it up at a certain point and if so, when is that? Into what other ventures should he or she then move on? Ghost, illy and the returning J. Millz try to answer these questions and more, in a discussion that will definitely warrant revisits in future episodes. *Editor's …
 
On the fiftieth episode of Deathcakes, which just so happens to land shortly beyond the one year anniversary of the death of Prince, Jay & illy throw back a few and pay tribute(...?) to the fallen icon by watching 1990's "Graffiti Bridge", the oft-maligned and probably better off forgotten sequel to the cult classic that was "Purple Rain". Prince f…
 
The KMJM history lesson continues into the awesome 90's years, through to its eventual format change and frequency relocation during that fateful, post-Telecommunications Act era of the late 90s. Jay & illy can speak on all of the ups and downs firsthand because they weren't fairweather friends. They were there til the end. Even through stormy weat…
 
Over the years, you've heard Jay & illy mention the station in passing, you've heard them pay it homage in the form of their "Majicsode" specials, now get the oral history of St. Louis' legendary KMJM Majic 108 right here in part one!NoJibbaJabbaFM.com による
 
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