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March 17, 2015 11:26 AM PDT

Welcome to another special edition of the Knights of the Turntable podcast – the Koalition’s definitive Hip-hop podcast.

This week’s panel consists of Charles Singletary, Joe Hova, Lee and the Koalition Editor-In-Chief Richard Bailey.

On this episode, we discuss the early release of Kendrick Lamar’s album To Pimp A Butterfly.

Topics include:

Was this planned or a smoothly remedied error?
Album impressions/analysis
Thoughts on the “Mortal Man” feaux-interview
Sales/Impact predictions

What are your opinions and thoughts on To Pimp A Butterfly? Don’t be afraid to get involved in the comments section below!

March 12, 2015 10:41 AM PDT

What have we been listening to?

If You Had To Create A Playlist of Biggie Songs, What Would Your Top 3 Be?

Pharrell and Robin Thicke lose $7 million is “Blurred Lines” case.

Would You Let Raekwon Review Your Album For $200?

With Empire welcoming the return of Charles Hamilton, are there any other artists on the fringe you’d like to see return?

Freddie Gibbs Dropped Surprise EP; Are We Happy With This New Marketing Strategy?

Projection predictions for Kendricks upcoming album.

March 08, 2015 01:27 PM PDT

Welcome to the 21st edition of the definitive Hip Hop podcast, Knights of the Turntable. Bear with us as we iron out the format, but every other week we will be live. Every episode from here on will be visual as well. The cast this episode includes CSJR, Joe Hova, Richard Bailey, Blue, Matt Dean, Travis, Domi, B Wil, Killa Kal, and AJ as we discuss these topics:

What have we been listening to?
Thoughts on Jay Electronica‘s “Road To Perdition” and when he’ll drop another song
Big Sean Dark Sky Paradise recap
Thoughts on Raekwon’s statements on Hip Hop “lacking creativity”
Worst / Most Disappointing album we’ve ever purchased

February 25, 2015 07:27 AM PST

What have you been listening to?

Dark Sky Paradise First Impression

Create the Hip Hop Dream Team

3 Artists
2 Producers
1 Manager

Bun B Turns down 6 figures worth of gigs to maintain integrity of his Hip Hop and Religion course at Rice University

February 20, 2015 11:41 PM PST

Today, a rivalry that has been brewing in the comment sections of the Co-op and the Throwdown has come down to this one on one Versus podcast. Tune in as CSJR and otherZinc go toe to toe over the recent happenings between Sony and Microsoft. Topics include:

The Order: 1886
And much more!
I have no idea what we talked about


Be aware that this discussion ended up bearing absolutely zero fruit and I, Charles Singletary, apologize for suggesting this idea. I’d like to warn you that this is a very long debate (?) that served no purpose in the end and lacked structure due to its impromptu set up.

February 20, 2015 09:05 PM PST

Welcome to a fresh new approach for the definite Hip Hop podcast, Knights of the Turntable. Continuing with our dedication to consistency, the team will be upgrading the format as time allows. Starting with this episode, we will now be joining in the legitimacy of our incredible Throwdown and Co-Op podcasts by going visual. Now you get to see the faces behind the genius and humor that is KOTT.

The cast this episode includes CSJR, Joe Hova, Richard Bailey, and artist Dot as we discuss these topics:

Kanye says Yeezus was him rebelling against the music industry in music form and discussed a collaborative album with Drake
Who’s the top rapper from every region?
First Impressions of Drake’s latest mixtape/album
Artist Dot speaks on the launch of his album MCMXCVI

In addition to these topics, we’ll be introducing a segment where we crown a Hip Hop project as the pivotal project and, each week, we’ll analyze recent releases and see if the crowned album/mixtape is dethroned.

As a bonus, we’re continuing the weekly drinking game as well. This week, the audience must drink every time you hear Kanye addressed by any name other than Kanye (Ye, Yeezy, Yeezus, etc).

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The Koalition is a video game site igniting the hip-hop and urban community. Providing a new perspective for the consumer as well as the game makers and developers. The Koalition has become the authority in hip-hop and video games from experience in game journalism, passion for music and social networking.

The Koalition provides videos and podcasts relating to the latest news in both gaming and hip-hop.

February 11, 2015 08:57 AM PST
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Welcome to the 18th edition of the Knights of the Turntable podcast - TheKoalition.com's definitive Hip-Hop podcast.

This week we are joined by the regulars Joe Hova, B Will and editor-in-chief Richard Bailey Jr.

They discuss Young Thug calling on Jay-Z to retire from the rap game and whether or not Jay-Z should actually bow to his wishes and retire.

The panel also cover the news of Slaughterhouse's Crooked I aka KXNG CROOKED and Statik Selektah teaming up to produce a full length album together.

Speaking of Kings, the cast also discuss Kendrick Lamar's new track "Blacker The Berry" and host Charles Singletary gets the panel's thoughts if Kendrick is still considered "King Kendrick" after his Grammy Awards success.

Topics discussed this week are as follows:

What Have We Been Listening To?
Swizz Beats hints at new Ruff Ryders album
Crooked I and Statik Selektah album on the way {Statik King}
Leave is it Up To Chance
Young Thug Says Jay Z is Too Old For Rap
Black Hystori Project 2 on the way. Thoughts on first single [Forever]
Kendrick Lamar - “Blacker The Berry” Impressions.
“Respectable rap artists”

February 03, 2015 08:02 AM PST
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Here are the list of topics discussed on this week's podcast:

What makes an album dope?
Omar Epps can Rhyme?
2 Chainz wants to be mayor of College Park?
Fashawn is back
Lil Wayne allegedly wants to take Drake and Nicki Minaj. Suing for 51 mill. Also, P Reign says Drake is working on a new mixtape with some of his best material yet.
Worst Kanye/Common projects?
Verdict: Lupe or Joey Badass?

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