Episode 159 Side B: Foxy Brown Math

Armond & Doc continue this week’s episode by talking about Lecrae’s ‘Anomaly’ and Jeezy’s ‘Seen It All’ before going off-topic trying to figure out what Jeezy’s third best album was (trust me it makes sense). Plus Doc talks about Foxy Brown Math and a lot more.

Episode 159 Side A: Beep It Out

Armond & Doc finally talk about music! New songs from Big Sean & Rick Ross, the Robin Thicke “Blurred Lines” lawsuit, and new albums from Banks & SPZRKT all get discussed in true Clock Radio Speakers fashion. Plus a side convo about how race and gender affect what we call music, cause we obviously couldn’t just talk about the music.

Episode 158 Side A: A Connecticut Thing

Armond & Doc go in-depth on Apple’s announcements this week - the two new iPhone 6’s, the Apple Pay initiative, and the long-anticipated Apple Watch.

Episode 158 Side B: I Didn’t Mean To Go On A Rant

Armond & Doc discuss the Ray Rice incident, why the Atlanta Hawks are being sold, and the racist underpinnings of our entire society (seriously). Plus a completely random off-topic journey through Busta Rhymes and keyboard beats.

Episode 157: Authentic Twerking

DJ Hyphen joins Armond & Doc to talk about everything from Nicki Minaj’s rollout & when her album might come out to Macklemore to DJ Mustard to Eminem’s Shady XV to, yes, “authentic twerking”. Not to mention a conversation about the future of online distribution and a lot more.

Episode 156: Ferguson (Side B)

Armond & Doc continue the conversation about Ferguson and talk about the smearing of Mike Brown in the media, our unrealistic and yet understandable expectations of Obama, and more.

Episode 156: Ferguson (Side A)

Armond & Doc reflect on the tragic events in Ferguson and talk about if it’s possible for the community to ever feel like justice has been served. ┬áPlus the politically divided reaction from America, how celebrities have (or haven’t) responded, and more.

Episode 155: Michael Brown & The Failure of American Society

Armond & Doc discuss the murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO and tackle a bigger question - how did our society get to this point?

Episode 154 Side B: The NY Hip-Hop Industrial Complex

Armond & Doc continue on with new music from PartyNextDoor and Mike Will before talking about Trinidad James getting dropped from Def Jam & the Bobby Shmurda phenomenon.

Episode 154 Side A: You’re Gonna Be Driving A Swagger Wagon

Armond & Doc discuss Armond teasing records on his social media accounts, the actual release of Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anaconda’, and go in-depth (seriously) on Busta Rhymes rapping in a Toyota commercial about a “swagger wagon”.