On this episode of The Curb, the boys are back at it. After a long hiatus, Bluu and Lahgic return with those uninhibited opinions to spark those curbside conversations. The duo looks at the new digital relationship paradigm, examines the recent revelations of rampant sexual misconduct in Hollywood and asks the question – does innocent until proven guilty still exist?
On this episode of The Curb podcast, hosts Bluu and Lahgic sit down with Clifton “KLFTN” Reddick, founder of Battle of the Beat Makers (BBM) and Sound Supremacy Entertainment. They have a quick chat about friends gone astray, whether or not it’s possible to go too far in a rap battle, the 10-year cycle of top tier rap artists and why Bluu felt he needed to see Birth of a Nation even though he’s tired of seeing slave movies.
On this episode of The Curb podcast, hosts Bluu and Lahgic sit down with T.R.A.C.K.S., one-third of IRS, DJ extraordinaire and member of Canadian group Big Black Lincoln. We take a trip down memory lane as T.R.A.C.K.S. looks back on his time in the music industry. IRS was known as a true school hip-hop duo that had a major push before Sony and BMG merged.
Keeping things rolling, once again LahGic and Bluu are back with episode five of The Curb. The duo discusses the idea of witnessing your own funeral, the evolution of video game consoles, classic hip-hop albums turning 20 years old and the deeper implications of Stacy Dash’s comments on segregation/inclusion in the entertainment world as a result of #OscarsSoWhite.
On this special edition of The Curb podcast, hosts Lahgic and Bluu sit down with Nicole Nurse, CEO and founder of Black Leopard Public Relations on Valentine’s Day to discuss the ‘most romantic day of the year’. Is Valentine’s Day just another marketing cash grab? Is McDonald’s a good enough dinner choice to take your special someone?
Kicking off 2016 with a brand new, impromptu episode of The Curb, Bluu and LahGic fire through a number of items like the upcoming Oscar awards, tattoos being played out, whether or not BET is still relevant and if it is wrong to have a gender preference for your unborn child.