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17 yrs old

Remember when you were 17 years old?

I think we saw the world and ourselves differently at the age of 17.

We were no longer kids but we had yet to step into adulthood.

On this episode, we took a look back at the 17 year old you.

Old vs New School Hip Hop Series Part 4: Is New School Respected?

Introducing a new series for you all. We will take, from time to time, an introspective look into hip hop and the growing divide between the youth in hip hop and the old heads in hip hop. We have received a quite a few request on this topic from you all. With a request of this nature, we felt that we could do more than just bring you a part 1, 2, or 3. We wanted to really explore this in detail and find the younger generation and obtain their feedback on their perceptions in hip hop and how it relates to them in their world today. Feefo can only represent his demographic to a certain point.

This will not be a running series but one that we bring to you as we produce them out. While you may find a pt 1 or 2 there, we really dive into specific topics as it relates to this series. We are really excited to bring this to you all and hope you enjoy it as well.

Shoutout to @ryanfalcone on of our first 40 subscribers!! Thanks for rolling with us for so long homie! Shoutout to @gmfgoon and J. Nyce for joining us this week as well! Enjoyed having you all on the show!

Old vs New School Hip Hop Series Part 3: Is New School Respected?

Introducing a new series for you all. We will take, from time to time, an introspective look into hip hop and the growing divide between the youth in hip hop and the old heads in hip hop. We have received a quite a few request on this topic from you all. With a request of this nature, we felt that we could do more than just bring you a part 1, 2, or 3. We wanted to really explore this in detail and find the younger generation and obtain their feedback on their perceptions in hip hop and how it relates to them in their world today. Feefo can only represent his demographic to a certain point.

This will not be a running series but one that we bring to you as we produce them out. While you may find a pt 1 or 2 there, we really dive into specific topics as it relates to this series. We are really excited to bring this to you all and hope you enjoy it as well.

Shoutout to @ryanfalcone on of our first 40 subscribers!! Thanks for rolling with us for so long homie! Shoutout to @gmfgoon and J. Nyce for joining us this week as well! Enjoyed having you all on the show!

Old vs New School Hip Hop Series Part 2: Are Legends Respected?

Introducing a new series for you all. We will take, from time to time, an introspective look into hip hop and the growing divide between the youth in hip hop and the old heads in hip hop. We have received a quite a few request on this topic from you all. With a request of this nature, we felt that we could do more than just bring you a part 1, 2, or 3. We wanted to really explore this in detail and find the younger generation and obtain their feedback on their perceptions in hip hop and how it relates to them in their world today. Feefo can only represent his demographic to a certain point.

This will not be a running series but one that we bring to you as we produce them out. While you may find a pt 1 or 2 there, we really dive into specific topics as it relates to this series. We are really excited to bring this to you all and hope you enjoy it as well.

Shoutout to @ryanfalcone on of our first 40 subscribers!! Thanks for rolling with us for so long homie! Shoutout to @gmfgoon and J. Nyce for joining us this week as well! Enjoyed having you all on the show!

Old vs New School Hip Hop Series Part 1: Are Legends Respected?

Introducing a new series for you all. We will take, from time to time, an introspective look into hip hop and the growing divide between the youth in hip hop and the old heads in hip hop. We have received a quite a few request on this topic from you all. With a request of this nature, we felt that we could do more than just bring you a part 1, 2, or 3. We wanted to really explore this in detail and find the younger generation and obtain their feedback on their perceptions in hip hop and how it relates to them in their world today. Feefo can only represent his demographic to a certain point.

This will not be a running series but one that we bring to you as we produce them out. While you may find a pt 1 or 2 there, we really dive into specific topics as it relates to this series. We are really excited to bring this to you all and hope you enjoy it as well.

Shoutout to @ryanfalcone on of our first 40 subscribers!! Thanks for rolling with us for so long homie! Shoutout to @gmfgoon and J. Nyce for joining us this week as well! Enjoyed having you all on the show!

Geraldo Rivera Vs Kendrick Lamar @AskDEHH W Sophie

Disclaimer: This question was recorded a few weeks ago so it’s a lil outdated. Still was a good convo so we’re releasing it anyway. Geraldo Rivera had some things to say about Kendrick Lamar’s BET Performance.

The Ask Dead End Hip Hop Show is hosted and moderated by Sophie aka @SaireMusic where questions submitted by fans are answered by the DEHH crew on the spot.

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Email: ask@deadendhiphop.com

Your question could be next to make the show!

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Straight Outta Compton Movie Review

We saw your requests, so here you go!

In today’s discussion, we head to the movies! Straight Outta Compton, a movie detailing the history of N.W.A. Breaking on the scene in 1988, N.W.A. unintentionally revolutionized the hip hop scene with their ‘Straight Outta Compton’ album. Hip hop movies are rare these days. According to Ice Cube, Straight Outta Compton took 10 years to make because they wanted to make sure all the details were correct. This movie was a walk down memory lane for a few us because outside of Feefo, we grew up on N.W.A. If you watched it, let us know what you think of the film in the comment section below.

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Joell Ortiz & Illmind – Human Album Review

Buy Joell Ortiz & Illmind’s Human: http://bit.ly/joelhuman

Slaughterhouse emcee Joell Ortiz and veteran producer !llmind who has worked with Kanye, Drake, J.Cole, and 50 Cent have released their full-length collaborative album, Human. First time for Joell Ortiz worked with one producer for a full album. Check out what we thought about this new album by Joel and Illmind.

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