On This Episode of The Last Show Podcast hosted by, Kortney Shane Williams I have officially canceled my cable (it was actually me and my wife’s cable, but she doesn’t care if I take all the credit for it), and it feels great. Enough of Comcast’s foolishness. The only reason I had cable was for…
Welcome back to The Last Show Podcast.
On this episode I talk about Kendrick Lamar’s new album, To Pimp A Butterfly. I call it an album review, but I’m not even sure it’s a review. Heck, I’m not even sure it’s a hip-hop album. It is a great work of art that confuses me. I don’t know what Kendrick is talking about. However, I spend time talking about it, and breaking it down.
I also talk about rediscovering the J. Cole, 2014 Forrest Hill Drive album. I heard it when it came out, and I wasn’t that impressed. It was probably because I soured on J. Cole after the Born Sinner album. I wasn’t a fan of that album. I thought it was too clunky. So when 2014 Forrest Hill Drive can out, I probably didn’t give it a fair shake. So I glad I got the opportunity to rediscover the album, while was traveling.… Read More
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Why is Breastfeeding on the bus a part of the title? Well it makes strangers click on the link, and it’s a manifesto for my show (Stand-Up Style).
Sunday April 5th 7 PM at Naked City Brewery in Greenwood
(Stand-Up Style) is a comedy showcase that features international touring Stand-Up comedians, and some up-and-coming local openers.
It is not and open mic or amateur night.
It’s a professional showcase, that’s guaranteed to be a great night of comedy, and not one that turns your one night out, into a 3 hour marathon of unfunny; which ends up being more depressing than entertaining. Leaving you thinking, “I should have stayed home and watched Seinfeld reruns.”
Tickets are available now on Brown Paper Tickets
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Sunday April 5th at 7 PM
$10 in Advance $12 at the door
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After reading the headline, a lot of people could think I’m out of my mid. However, those people either haven’t been paying attention, or they’re so deadest on the idea that Kanye West is “The Most Hated Man in America” that they refuse to acknowledge the talent.
I may be guilty of being a prisoner of the moment, but this may be the greatest performance I’ve ever seen (Ever, ever ever, ever ever). The only reason I’m not being absolute, is because I need a couple days to let this sink in. I saw the performance for the first time today, and I have to let it breath. If I claim it’s the best, some dude in Boise will send me a clip of Elvis performing Rappers Delight with The Beatles and I have to retract my statement. But that doesn’t change my claim that Kanye West is the most creative artist of this time.… Read More
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I open the podcast talking about Madonna Falling off stage (I actually open the show talking about someone owing me some money. I need my money). A while ago I talked about Busta Rhymes being too old to be hip-hopping, when he face planted into the second row of the crowd at a concert. Now we can add Madonna to the list of artist too old to be hip-hopping. After she fell on stage while wearing a cape. That’s right Madonna was wearing a cape.
I also talk about “What Color is the Dress” and those llamas that gripped the nation.
I close the show talking James Harden kicking LeBron James in the groin. He should have been thrown out of the game.
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