Recorded June 30, 2011
In this episode
- Lil B "I'm Gay" / "I hate myself"
- A Goo Goo Dolls sample from the "City of Angels" soundtrack
- Ja Rule
- Gorilla Zoe
- Does gangsta music still exist?
- Pete Rock and Smiff & Wesson
- Who buys music these days?!?
- The upsides & downsides of being signed to a label
- Tech / Conspiracy talk
- Video games
- Kids in the chatrooms
- Drones used for killing
- Computer law speeds
- Terrence McKenna
- Theories of time
- Big Sean - "Finally Famous 3"
- Ke$ha - "Don't Stop" (Pumice's most listened to song!?)
- Chae Hawk - "'OShine"
- Gino's Pizza Place
- Frank and Pumice's Recent Experience with Racism
- The UMCs
- Dos One
- Krush Groove
- Fat Boys - "Wipeout"
- Sheila E
- Morris Day
- DJ Noodles
In this episode
- Kelly Rowland - "Motivation" ft. Lil Wayne
- R. Kelly - "Motivation (Official R. Kelly Remix)"
- R. Kelly - "Ignition (Remix)"
- The Dream
- Jim Jones ft. Sen City - "I'm on One (Remix)" (produced by DJ Khaled)
- Jim Jones on "Ballin' (Remix)" (Jeezy & Lil Wayne)
- Jim Jones, Juelz Santana and Waka Flocka - "848"
- Lloyd Banks Scraps Mix Tape, "Cold Corner," to Focus on Fourth Album
- Lloyd Banks ft. Fabolus - "Money Chase"
- Gunplay ft. Rick Ross, Waka Flocka and Maino - "Rollin'"
- Green Lantern - "Best of '99"
- YC produced by Sonny Digital - "Racks - the Remix" (12+ minutes long!)
- Sonny Digital on uStream critiquing beats
- Raekwon ft. DJ Khaled, Busta Rhymes, Game, Pharrell - "Rock N Roll (Remix)"
- Pole - "Stadt"
- Soulja Boy Ft. Jon Jon Fresh - "Blowing Me Kisses (Remix)"
- Lloyd ft. Trey Songz & Young Jeezy - "Be The One"
- Busta Rhymes ft. LL Cool J "Killin' Em"
- LL cool J's Voice: Now vs. Classic
- How do pimps still exist in 2011?
- Surfboard broadband networking, back in the day
- Pitbull ft. Chris Brown - "International Love"
- Pitbull - "Shake Senora" (yes, we talk about it again)
- Mark Ronson ft. Ghostface Killah, Nate Dogg, Trife - "Ooh Wee"
Recorded on what DJ Heat decided was "Big K.R.I.T. Tuesday." We'd like to thank Chris Ring and After Dark Entertainment for their generosity. We'll have more about Big K.R.I.T. in episode 19.
- Jay-Z - LifeandTimes.com
- "The Nachos Song," a.k.a. "Start it Up (Remix)"
- Jay-Z "P.S.A." reference to the D.O.C.
- Garbage Plate
- Pitbull ft. T-Pain - "Shake Senora"
- Shouts to DJ Budda and DJ Noodles
- DJ Drama ft. Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous & Roscoe Dash - "Oh My"
- AOL New Music | IRC | Telnet | ShellBot | EFNet | UUEncode
- Vado ft. Jadakiss - "Check 'Em Out"
- Sample from Jungle Brothers - "Jimbrowski" (0:47 into the track)
- Cam'ron & Vado - "Put a Bird Up"
- "The Search for Animal Chin"
- Marijuana & rap music: what's the connection?
- Sean Garrett ft. Rick Ross - "In Da Box"
- DJ Heat on WBLK
DJ.DStar (or however he likes to type it) visited us and sat in for an episode. He had to share a mic with DJ Heat, so please don't get mad at them for sounding 10 feet away.
Pumice T and DJ Heat were in attendance at the Mac Miller show on Tuesday, March 1st, presented by After Dark Entertainment. We play a little of Mac's track entitled "Donald Trump," for those who are unfamiliar with his work.
News and new music
- Mac Miller confronted about "La La La" at S.O.B.'s - Stolen Beat from Up North Productions
- Charlie Sheen - On Twitter, and Winning!
- Pill (Now Signed to Maybach Music Group) - "Trap Going Ham"
- Cam'ron & Vado - "Hey Muma"
- Pitbull ft. Neyo, Afrojack and Nayer - "Give Me Everything (Tonight)"
- Fat Joe ft. Raekwon - "Pushing Keys"
- Kanyé West ft. Pusha T - "Lost in the World (remix)"
- Nas ft. Swizz Beats - "Top Down"
- Timbaland ft. J’Royal Price and JimmyCodean - "Hot Mess"
- Eminem ft. SlaughtaHouse and Yelawolf - "2.0 Boys"
- Eminem (produced by Just Blaze) - "Fly Away"
- Swizz Beats ft. Snoop Dogg and Jr. Reid - "Co-Pilot"
- Yung Joc ft. Wale and Yung Dose - "All That Ass"