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DMX’s ‘Exodus’ Review. Plus: Fixing Concerts.

Charles and Justin review DMX’s posthumous album before being joined by Grace Spelman to discuss concert-going in a post-pandemic world

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Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Review. Plus: Is Pop-Punk Back?

Kate Halliwell and Lani Renaldo join Charles to talk about Rodrigo’s major label debut before Grace Spelman returns to the pod to discuss the state of pop-punk and more

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Is Teejayx6 Really a Scammer? Plus: Young Thug’s Ski Challenge Fail

After watching HBO’s ‘Generation Hustle,’ both Charles and Grace question whether Teejayx6 is a bona fide scammer or simply an actor. Then, the pair break down Young Thug’s unsuccessful ski challenge and why it was a massive failure.

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Best Cartoon Musicals and ‘Arlo the Alligator Boy’

Charles and Grace break down what makes a great animated movie song before diving into their top-five favorite tracks

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Netflix Is Making a Kanye West Documentary, Plus: “Lady Marmalade” Turns 20

Charles and Grace discuss the news of Kanye West’s $30 million Netflix documentary, "Lady Marmalade" as it reaches its 20th anniversary, and more

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Lil Nas X and Satanic Panic, Plus First Reactions to Olivia Rodrigo’s “Deja Vu”

Plus, Charles and Grace question whether there is such a thing as a one-hit wonder anymore

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Demi Lovato’s ‘Dancing With the Devil’ With Dr. Chayim Newman

Charles and Grace also talk to Dr. Newman, the founder of the Tour Health Research Initiative, about mental health in the music industry and the changes needed to create a sustainable environment for musicians

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The Hunt for Travis Scott’s Cacti, Plus: Justin Bieber’s ‘Justice’ 

Producer Lani Renaldo shares her hunt for Cacti, Travis Scott’s spiked seltzer, before Charles and Grace tackle Justin Bieber’s new album, ‘Justice’

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Winners and Losers of the 2021 Grammys

Grace and Charles break down "WAP," Dua Lipa, their predictions, and more

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Grammy Predictions, Controversies, and Travesties

Plus, Grace tries to explain (and make sense of) the history of the Best Dance Recording award