Call Out Culture is a podcast about rap music hosted by Alaska, Curly Castro and Zilla Rocca - three long time practitioners and lifetime fans. These dudes know what the hell they are talking about. Every episode is a deep dive into an artist or a concept. With close to 50 years of artistry and 70 years of fandom combined in the three hosts, it is safe to say, that you are going to get perspectives that you will not find in other podcasts about the genre. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calloutculture/support
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I’m playing catch up! Glad I found this podcast. Love hearing the Indy label talk of the 90s and early 2000s.
I get it, everyone can do a podcast these days but sheesh…the production of this, everyone talking over each other, the lack of editing out unnecessary content and frankly multiple inaccurate comments made this a really rough listen. I’m speaking specifically of the Common episode. The attempts at humor fail for the most part and it sounds like a bunch of bitter rappers. I’m actually surprised that Sean (who I like a lot, does really good professional work on Can’t Knock The Shuffle and The Ques... more
I listen to a good amount of rap podcasts and this is the best. They’re one of two I never skip an episode of. I think the main reason it’s the best bc they’re all rappers themselves and their perspective is beyond what a fan would ask or talk about. Although of course they’re fans of rap.
I’ll give these guys credit: all three of them know hip hop. Although I don’t always agree with their opinions, I respect their perspective. I expected that they would know a lot about underground hip hop, but I’m surprised how much they know about mainstream hip hop as well. Great listen..
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Call Out Culture launched 3 years ago and published 125 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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