Me and @arrthurr went to the wrecka stow. I happened to come across the soundtrack for one of the greatest movies of all time…
Erykah Badu Guest Stars on The Music Snobs. The TMS crew + Badu kick things off with an introspective look into the prolific career of Ghostface Killah and discuss the method behind Tony Starks’ mad genius. Then Arthur, Isaac, Jehan, Scoop, and Erykah examine the long history of image within the music industry and try to draw a line between musicians who have used image to improve their art, and those whose image has overshadowed their music. Finally the crew engages in a wild rapid roundtable that poses an interesting question: What is the one song lyric you’d love to actually say in real life…but know you never will?
Get ready for one of the most highly anticipated episodes of The Music Snobs yet, as Erykah Badu joins us long enough to reveal a side of her we guarantee you’ve never seen.
No problem. Be sure to check out the show on 3/27. Erykah Badu guest stars.
Malcolm telling it, so it could forever be told.
Backs to the wall, pushed into a corner.
From Walking In Space to Thriller, the quintessential Quincy Jones has dominated the musicology of more than one generation. While giving praise to Q, your favorite Snobs take time to ask: who is the Quincy Jones of the last 20 years? Inspired by the brilliance surrounding that conversation, Jehan, Arthur, Isaac, and Scoop decide to examine the word ‘genius’ itself to see when it’s been used justly and when it’s just been overused. To cap things off the Snobs ask each other an interesting question: Which of your music heroes would you rather not meet?
Dreams by Herbie Hancock. Nightmares by America.