In this episode of Hip Squared, we drop the needle on some excellent music we’ve experienced in the last couple years. John talks about a couple musicians in the orbit of Louisville hip-hop artist and producer, Dr. Dundiff. First, John talks about Otis Jr., a soulful, earnest singer whose melodies are laid over the Dr. Dundiff’s beats. Then, John goes into Touch AC and his darkly comic album death. Last but not least, John gets into Dr. Dundiff’s own music, talking about his sharp humor and grandiosity presented by his rhymes.
Troy talks about concert he went to by Anderson East, a rock musician influenced by gospel and country. He also talks about the Madison Theater in Covington, KY, a classic movie theater that’s since been turned into a music venue. The best (well, only) concert he’s been to in years, Troy was impressed by East’s vocals and passion. A good night on the town, to say the very least..
Produced by Maplex Monk.
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