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The Terminal Podcast
51 minutes | Mar 18, 2018
#1 - Black Panther: Riding Some K. Dot
Marvel’s Black Panther has taken the crown as the highest grossing superhero movie of all time in the US, but can the accompanying soundtrack, created by Kendrick Lamar, live up to the hype? We’re about to find out. Join us in the first episode of The Terminal podcast as we dissect and those review the album. Every week on The Terminal hosts Kopek, Rufio, and ColderBrother take to the microphone to review new rap music and discuss hip hop culture. This week, the squad takes on the ambitious Black Panther soundtrack, an album that has made waves internationally and is still ranked at number 6 on the Billboard top 100 a full month after its release. The hit single All the Stars by Kendrick Lamar and SZA may have helped the soundtrack break out into the top 40, but that’s just the starting point of a massive project featuring hip hop and r&b artists from the US and Canada and from South Africa, in keeping with the themes of the movie. Musical features include some stellar verses from TDE favorites, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, ScHoolboy Q, and Kdot himself (will Black Hippy make a comeback?), and other big names like Khalid, 2 Chainz, Vince Staples, and Travis Scott. The new, but equally talented rappers from SOB X RBE also make debut appearances along with LA based artist, Reason. SZA, Zacari, Jorja Smith and The Weeknd add their powerful singing voices to the mix, and African rappers Saudi, Svaja, and Yugen Blakrok bring it from the other side of the Atlantic. And, of course, Future shits all over everything with one of the dumbest ass verses we’ve ever heard! Join us as we talk about that and much more, here on your new favorite hip hop podcast, The Terminal. Follow us and tune in each week for more content. Also, check us out on twitter @TheTerminalPod. See you next week! Dig the show? Hate it? Let us know! Email us at email@example.com. We read them all, scout’s honor
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