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The Notorious B.I.G.: ’Ready to Die’

Jinx and Shea cover the stand-alone debut album by arguably the greatest emcee of all time

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Megan Thee Stallion: ‘Fever’

Jinx and Shea are joined by the brilliantly hilarious cohosts of ‘Okay, Now Listen’ and ‘Get You a Me,’ Scottie Beam and Sylvia Obell, to discuss ‘Fever’ by the Hot Girl Coach, Megan Thee Stallion

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How Brooklyn, Blackness, and Lyrical Mastery Allowed Mos Def to Create One of the Most Important Albums in Hip-hop History

Jinx and Shea discuss Mos Def’s 1999 breakout solo album, ‘Black on Both Sides,’ including standout tracks like "Hip-Hop," "Umi Says," "Got," and "Ms. Fat Booty"

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Snoop Dogg: ‘Doggystyle’ | Vol. 2 Ep. 9

Jinx and Shea discuss how Snoop helped pioneer a new sound for West Coast rap with Dr. Dre, who had the best guest verse, and how the East and West Coast beef added to the legacy of this timeless album

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Kanye West: ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’

Jinx and Shea are joined by the host of the ‘Dissect’ podcast, Cole Cuchna, to celebrate the 11-year anniversary of Kanye West’s ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’

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Talkin’ ‘Ridin’ Dirty’

In honor of Shea’s new book, ‘Hip-Hop and Other Things,’ Jinx and Shea discuss UGK’s critically acclaimed Southern classic

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Breaking Down Future’s Confessional Masterpiece, ‘HNDRXX’

Jinx and Shea break down the Atlanta rapper’s masterpiece and discuss the album’s best feature

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A Tribe Called Quest: ‘The Low End Theory’

On this week’s episode, Jinx and Shea discuss ‘The Low End Theory’ by the Queens-bred quartet A Tribe Called Quest

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Cam’ron: ‘Come Home With Me’

Jinx and Shea discuss the 2002 Harlem classic ‘Come Home With Me,’ by Dipset frontman Cam’ron

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What Makes Cardi B’s ‘Invasion of Privacy’ One of the Best Albums of the 2010s

On this week’s episode, Jinx and Shea discuss ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ one of the best albums that came out of the 2010s, by the South Bronx emcee Cardi B