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Frank Ocean: ‘Blonde’

On the final episode of ‘NO SKIPS with Jinx and Shea,’ the guys lock in on the genre-bending spectacle that is Frank Ocean’s sophomore album, ‘Blonde’

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Lupe Fiasco’s ‘Food & Liquor’

Honoring Fiasco’s lyrical stylings on songs like "Kick Push," "Daydreamin’," and "Hurt Me Soul," Jinx and Shea go on tangents about complex wordplay, masterful rap hooks, and effortless storytelling

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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s ‘E. 1999 Eternal,’ a Midwestern G-Funk Classic

Hear Shea ruminate about his nostalgia for this album, while Jinx recounts the group’s legacy of putting Cleveland on the map with this Midwestern G-Funk classic

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Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’

Jinx and Shea take a trip to Shaolin to discuss Wu-Tang Clan’s debut masterpiece, ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’

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Jay Rock’s ‘Redemption’

This week, Jinx and Shea give TDE’s first soldier, Jay Rock, his flowers when celebrating his third studio album, ‘Redemption’

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Chief Keef: ‘Finally Rich’ | Vol. 3 Ep. 3

Plus, hear the guys break down the genius of Young Chop and Chief Keef on songs like "I Don’t Like," "Love Sosa," and "Laughing to the Bank," before determining who is in Chicago’s all-time rapper starting five

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Juvenile: ‘400 Degreez’ | Vol. 3 Ep. 2

Jinx and Shea are joined by Oscar-winning producer and Ringer staff member Van Lathan to discuss ‘400 Degreez’ by Cash Money Records’ breakout star, Juvenile

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Madvillain: ‘Madvillainy’ | Vol. 3 Ep. 1

Jinx and Shea discuss how the late MF DOOM laid abstract rap concepts over sultry beats on tracks like "All Caps" and "Curls," while giving all praise to Madlib, one of the greatest hip-hop producers of all time

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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