CLANDESTINE TRANSMISSION // Vol. 32, March 8th, 2017


Living up to the maxim “better late than never”, El Keter and Emeyesi are back with another long-delayed episode of the CLANDESTINE TRANSMISSION!

On the music side we spin a couple underground Hip-Hop cuts, a few “trappy” Pop-Rap and Rap-Pop joints we hadn’t had the opportunity to play until now, a soulful Electro-Pop jam, and El Keter’s absolute favorite song of any genre at this given moment!

Talking points include some of our least favorite radio staples, radio “jargon” in a podcast world, the Joey Lawrence/Black Rob convergence, why Emeyesi isn’t watching Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’, Migos, Dr. Seuss, H.P. Lovecraft, Donald Trump, and the futility of “shame culture” and the emptiness of public apologies, Ben Carson’s “gifted hands” and stupid mouth, ‘Get Out’, ‘Moonlight’, and why Black people just need to be able to make more movies, how awesome ‘Logan’ is, and a lot more!

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  1. Jamiroquai “Automaton”
  2. Skeptical & Alix Perez “Without a Trace”
  3. Missy Elliott “I’m Better” feat. LAMB
  4. Beck “WOW”
  5. Migos “Bad and Boujee (Instrumental)”
  6. Wiki and Your Old Droog “We Like Ourselves”
  7. Jonwayne “Human Condition”
  8. Romare “L.U.V.”
  9. Tei Shi “How Far”

CLANDESTINE TRANSMISSION // Vol. 32, March 8th, 2017 feat. EL KETER & EMEYESI (.MP3)

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