FROCAST: Episode #186

Follow us: @nappyafro @saulewright @GQ_Blu @carterazoo

Patties Pies, Paris, Anti-Pac, Plates, Punches…and Power. Yeah, Press play. It’s the FROCAST.

This may be our best episode this year.

Also, that refugee story

Nappyafro tees make that Turkey taste better. Facts no printer.

Leave us some drops and feedback at 1-347-201-2572.

Listen Below:


Download: Subscribe via iTunes
Download: Subscribe via RSS

  • RTIII

    Great and funny ass episode of the frocast. Great segment about the attacks that happened in Paris. Crazy segment on the list that Billboard did. A lot of points I agree like Kendrick Lamar shouldn’t be there, due to not having enough work to be considered the greatest, Lauryn Hill shouldn’t be on the list, due to having 1 album and doing like 3 rap songs on the same album, etc. I do agree with who should’ve been on the list like LL Cool J, Scarface, Big Daddy Kane, Redman, 2Pac, Kanye West, etc. Crazy and funny segment about Ronda Rousey getting her ass whooped by Holly Holm. LOL @ King Jerm mentioning songs like Through the Wire, Watch for the Hook, 2nd Round KO, and Kick Push. Too damn funny LOL. Crazy and funny segment about Charlie Sheen telling the world he’s HIV positive, because he’s tired of paying people money? WOW!!! Crazy. Great segment on TV shows (Power vs Empire). Cool segment about Patti Labelle’s Sweet Potato Pie, but the guy eating the pie raw, WTF?!! And Wal-Mart can’t even keep the pies on the shelves for long. Cool segment on Winners and Losers of the week. Great and funny episode.

    • Granite Skyline

      The link to the party is…..

      http://dev.canukistan.org/

      It’s starts around noon eastern time tomorrow. Lots of HP expats will be there. Feel free to invite anyone other Huffugees — just try to be discreet about it because we don’t want a troll festival.

  • RTIII

    Great and funny ass episode of the frocast. Great segment about the attacks that happened in Paris. Crazy segment on the list that Billboard did. A lot of points I agree like Kendrick Lamar shouldn’t be there, due to not having enough work to be considered the greatest, Lauryn Hill shouldn’t be on the list, due to having 1 album and doing like 3 rap songs on the same album, etc. I do agree with who should’ve been on the list like LL Cool J, Scarface, Big Daddy Kane, Redman, 2Pac, Kanye West, etc. Crazy and funny segment about Ronda Rousey getting her ass whooped by Holly Holm. LOL @ King Jerm mentioning songs like Through the Wire, Watch for the Hook, 2nd Round KO, and Kick Push. Too damn funny LOL. Crazy and funny segment about Charlie Sheen telling the world he’s HIV positive, because he’s tired of paying people money? WOW!!! Crazy. Great segment on TV shows (Power vs Empire). Cool segment about Patti Labelle’s Sweet Potato Pie, but the guy eating the pie raw, WTF?!! And Wal-Mart can’t even keep the pies on the shelves for long. Cool segment on Winners and Losers of the week. Great and funny episode.

  • Jamonte’ Thomas

    -“Beach Chair” being trashola? #accreate Where was that famous Dr. Dre mixing? That shit sounds like all the drums were covered in cotton balls.
    -DMX is probably the last rapper I’d include in a “GOAT” list. I don’t know if anyone from 2000-today has earned it yet.

  • B-Easy

    Y’ALL NEGROS LIED!!! MS PATTI SAID THOSE PIES ARE ALREADY COOKED!!!

    (at 4:04)

    https://youtu.be/7zrCABIXCaQ?t=4m4s

  • Furyous

    Y’all asked for top 10 lists of all time. My list goes for influence and longevity. I challenge someone to slander this list:
    longevity – how long they put out quality music
    influence – who they influenced
    Impact – sales
    relevancy – amount of business moves and major marketing campaigns for their albums

    1. Hov (longevity, influence, impact, and relevancy to the culcha)
    2. Black Thought (longevity and influence word to Wale)
    3. Andre 3000 (longevity and influence word to Raury)
    4. Scarface (longevity, influence, and relevant)
    5. Nas (living legend making great music and relevant to this day)
    6. LL (longevity minus that song about slave chain and gold chains)
    7. Bun B (longevity, influence, and relevant)
    8. Chuck D (longevity, influence, and relevant)
    9. Masta Ace (longevity with respect to EMC and A Long Hot Summer and influence word to Eminem)
    10. E-40 (longevity and relevant)

    Master P takes the number one spot for executives as the nigga had an MVNO during the time I’m Bout It came out. P had his own sports agency before Hov. Dame Dash would be second as he marketed the Rocafella ipod classic. No comment on the rest of the list. Who are the top executives in hip-hop history?

  • Furyous

    Y’all asked for top 10 lists of all time. My list goes for influence and longevity. I challenge someone to slander this list:
    longevity – how long they put out quality music
    influence – who they influenced
    Impact – sales
    relevancy – amount of business moves and major marketing campaigns for their albums

    1. Hov (longevity, influence, impact, and relevancy to the culcha)
    2. Black Thought (longevity and influence word to Wale)
    3. Andre 3000 (longevity and influence word to Raury)
    4. Scarface (longevity, influence, and relevant)
    5. Nas (living legend making great music and relevant to this day)
    6. LL (longevity minus that song about slave chain and gold chains)
    7. Bun B (longevity, influence, and relevant)
    8. Chuck D (longevity, influence, and relevant)
    9. Masta Ace (longevity with respect to EMC and A Long Hot Summer and influence word to Eminem)
    10. E-40 (longevity and relevant)

    Master P takes the number one spot for executives as the nigga had an MVNO during the time I’m Bout It came out. P had his own sports agency before Hov. Dame Dash would be second as he marketed the Rocafella ipod classic. No comment on the rest of the list. Who are the top executives in hip-hop history?