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Positive Pleasure Podcast

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Welcome to your new favorite pod.Hosted by Kal Nadi & Mansa Silasie.Every Week!Brought to you by Impeccable Taste Media.itmofficial.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

Latest Episodes

Episode 8 | "Family Man"

Our homies Zu & Killa slid thru for this week. Chopped it up about a bunch of stuff you probably fw. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

61 MIN2018 AUG 25
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Episode 8 | "Family Man"

Episode 7 | "The Whoopment"

ESpecial Guests: TwoBeez and his brother LB Da Great Background beats by: Cullin Brison --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

77 MIN2018 AUG 15
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Episode 7 | "The Whoopment"

Episode 6 | "Scheming"

Starting with money talk this episode, since Apple became the first U.S. company to be worth 1 trillion dollars. It seems like they're going to be around for a while, where else can the company go now? Is Amazon the next company to hit that milestone? Also, a recent hire at the NY Times was exposed for having a bunch of anti-white tweets. She was expected to be fired but the NY Times is standing by their employee and keeping her onboard. Ever heard that song 'Big Bank' by YG & Big Sean? It was placed on the Madden 19 soundtrack & EA sports decided to censor a part of Sean's verse where he mentioned Colin Kapernick. Who's petty? The NFL or EA Sports? Lebron James just opened a new boys school in his Ohio hometown of Akron. Inspirational for most, except for of course Donald Trump. The president didn't seem to happy when Lebron claimed that Trump uses sports the divide the nation. At the end, we feature a freestyle from a local rapper 'ZU'. Background beats by: P.A. On The Track. --- ...

35 MIN2018 AUG 8
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Episode 6 | "Scheming"

Episode 5 | "Allegedly”

Cinco! Kal and Mansa began by chatting about that new Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj song called 'Fefe' and initial first thoughts on the music video. 6ix9ine keeps coming with the hits and now it seems like the first time that a rapper from the previous generation hopped on a track with the young clout rapper. And guess who just dropped a 19 minute R&B track? Who else but R. Kelly himself. On the extremely long song, the singer spoke of how many people see him in the wrong perspective. He details that he feels the target he has, was placed on him unfairly (yeah right). On another serious note, American singer Demi Lovato (yes, from Disney Channel) has overdosed on heroin. Kal and Mansa spoke about how the opioid epidemic is blanketing the entire 50 states whether it be rich, young, poor, old, white , black…addiction discriminates nobody. Will the country ever get over this current crisis? Lastly, Kal wanted to help Mansa through an issue he has when it comes to social anxiety... ...

69 MIN2018 AUG 1
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Episode 5 | "Allegedly”

Episode 4 | "Separate”

You guys remember rap videos from the late 90s/early 00s? Everyone seemed like they had a Hollywood director back then since the labels were giving the bag for production. Now, a kid shoots a video in his mom's backyard for free pretty much and edits it himself on his laptop. Times have changed drastically and the artist must find other ways to get his face out there to the public. Next, Kal and Mansa began reminiscing about some childhood memories growing up in the South Seattle vicinity. Kal remembers a time when he took a school trip at his coach's house and how weird it made him feel to see how white people were living in their homes for the first time. Mansa was wondering why the average young American support black entertainers that push a negative stereotype all the time. It's either that or the black entertainer is forced to 'separate the blackness' from his personality (Terry Crews, Don Lemon etc.). Special Guest for sports talk: @yaboyahmed // Interview: Producer 606Giraff...

73 MIN2018 JUL 25
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Episode 4 | "Separate”

Episode 3 | "People Always Judge”

EThis week's discussion started off with a rant about why that guy Michael Rapaport seems to be everywhere in an awkward way. No hate though, he's a funny dude. You know what really sucks? Being black in Seattle - all eyes seems to be on you.. Kal doesn’t seem to care but it seems to be bothering Mansa for a while now. The next topic brought up was about how you always end up seeing your favorite rapper on a movie. Rappers in movies keep getting type-casted and this makes their short roles in films kind of cringe-worthy. Same thing goes for when other celebrities try to rap or sing - most of the time ends up failing. Kal & Mansa also chopped it up about the Lakers and how they might pan out with Lebron, sophomore Lonzo, vet Rondo and the rest. Interview: Bishop Kadafi - Seattle Rapper Background beats were made by Arman 'Lil 808' Sonmez. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

44 MIN2018 JUL 18
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Episode 3 | "People Always Judge”

Episode 2 | "Content Crack”

For episode deuce, the bros discussed what’s the reason why independent producers encounter a lot of issues when it comes to getting a check. If the beat's hot - why not pay? This topic is a huge problem in the music industry, especially rap and it needs to be addressed. People are spending day in and day out working on the craft of beat-making - only to be found with disappointment when a SoundCloud rapper jacks his beat and gets a million plays and a tour, off of the producer's art. Also, does it matter anymore if you call your 'music bundle' a project, album, mixtape, playlist or EP? It seems like the lines have been blurred in recent rap days. At the end, we brought in a guest named P.A. On The Track - he's a producer/engineer based out of Buenos Aires that had some insight to add. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

53 MIN2018 JUL 12
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Episode 2 | "Content Crack”

Episode 1 | "Have a Seat"

On our initial episode, Mansa & Kal start off by discussing on whether Rich the Kid's relevance will be respected in the near future, since he recently took a few loses. They also chopped it up about who are the young fellas in the rap game that will be here in the next 3 years or more (not many). Towards the end, the topic of R&B and who's holding it down for the new generation came up as well. On a more somber note, #MeToo movement & Terry Crew's C-Span testimony was brought up and positive insight was given about it. Lastly, the crew wanted to say rest in peace to the young man Lesandro Guzman-Feliz aka 'Junior' (age 15) that was stabbed to death in the Bronx, NYC recently by a Dominican street gang... Tell us new topics! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

20 MIN2018 JUL 6
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Episode 1 | "Have a Seat"
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Latest Episodes

Episode 8 | "Family Man"

Our homies Zu & Killa slid thru for this week. Chopped it up about a bunch of stuff you probably fw. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

61 MIN2018 AUG 25
Comments
Episode 8 | "Family Man"

Episode 7 | "The Whoopment"

ESpecial Guests: TwoBeez and his brother LB Da Great Background beats by: Cullin Brison --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

77 MIN2018 AUG 15
Comments
Episode 7 | "The Whoopment"

Episode 6 | "Scheming"

Starting with money talk this episode, since Apple became the first U.S. company to be worth 1 trillion dollars. It seems like they're going to be around for a while, where else can the company go now? Is Amazon the next company to hit that milestone? Also, a recent hire at the NY Times was exposed for having a bunch of anti-white tweets. She was expected to be fired but the NY Times is standing by their employee and keeping her onboard. Ever heard that song 'Big Bank' by YG & Big Sean? It was placed on the Madden 19 soundtrack & EA sports decided to censor a part of Sean's verse where he mentioned Colin Kapernick. Who's petty? The NFL or EA Sports? Lebron James just opened a new boys school in his Ohio hometown of Akron. Inspirational for most, except for of course Donald Trump. The president didn't seem to happy when Lebron claimed that Trump uses sports the divide the nation. At the end, we feature a freestyle from a local rapper 'ZU'. Background beats by: P.A. On The Track. --- ...

35 MIN2018 AUG 8
Comments
Episode 6 | "Scheming"

Episode 5 | "Allegedly”

Cinco! Kal and Mansa began by chatting about that new Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj song called 'Fefe' and initial first thoughts on the music video. 6ix9ine keeps coming with the hits and now it seems like the first time that a rapper from the previous generation hopped on a track with the young clout rapper. And guess who just dropped a 19 minute R&B track? Who else but R. Kelly himself. On the extremely long song, the singer spoke of how many people see him in the wrong perspective. He details that he feels the target he has, was placed on him unfairly (yeah right). On another serious note, American singer Demi Lovato (yes, from Disney Channel) has overdosed on heroin. Kal and Mansa spoke about how the opioid epidemic is blanketing the entire 50 states whether it be rich, young, poor, old, white , black…addiction discriminates nobody. Will the country ever get over this current crisis? Lastly, Kal wanted to help Mansa through an issue he has when it comes to social anxiety... ...

69 MIN2018 AUG 1
Comments
Episode 5 | "Allegedly”

Episode 4 | "Separate”

You guys remember rap videos from the late 90s/early 00s? Everyone seemed like they had a Hollywood director back then since the labels were giving the bag for production. Now, a kid shoots a video in his mom's backyard for free pretty much and edits it himself on his laptop. Times have changed drastically and the artist must find other ways to get his face out there to the public. Next, Kal and Mansa began reminiscing about some childhood memories growing up in the South Seattle vicinity. Kal remembers a time when he took a school trip at his coach's house and how weird it made him feel to see how white people were living in their homes for the first time. Mansa was wondering why the average young American support black entertainers that push a negative stereotype all the time. It's either that or the black entertainer is forced to 'separate the blackness' from his personality (Terry Crews, Don Lemon etc.). Special Guest for sports talk: @yaboyahmed // Interview: Producer 606Giraff...

73 MIN2018 JUL 25
Comments
Episode 4 | "Separate”

Episode 3 | "People Always Judge”

EThis week's discussion started off with a rant about why that guy Michael Rapaport seems to be everywhere in an awkward way. No hate though, he's a funny dude. You know what really sucks? Being black in Seattle - all eyes seems to be on you.. Kal doesn’t seem to care but it seems to be bothering Mansa for a while now. The next topic brought up was about how you always end up seeing your favorite rapper on a movie. Rappers in movies keep getting type-casted and this makes their short roles in films kind of cringe-worthy. Same thing goes for when other celebrities try to rap or sing - most of the time ends up failing. Kal & Mansa also chopped it up about the Lakers and how they might pan out with Lebron, sophomore Lonzo, vet Rondo and the rest. Interview: Bishop Kadafi - Seattle Rapper Background beats were made by Arman 'Lil 808' Sonmez. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

44 MIN2018 JUL 18
Comments
Episode 3 | "People Always Judge”

Episode 2 | "Content Crack”

For episode deuce, the bros discussed what’s the reason why independent producers encounter a lot of issues when it comes to getting a check. If the beat's hot - why not pay? This topic is a huge problem in the music industry, especially rap and it needs to be addressed. People are spending day in and day out working on the craft of beat-making - only to be found with disappointment when a SoundCloud rapper jacks his beat and gets a million plays and a tour, off of the producer's art. Also, does it matter anymore if you call your 'music bundle' a project, album, mixtape, playlist or EP? It seems like the lines have been blurred in recent rap days. At the end, we brought in a guest named P.A. On The Track - he's a producer/engineer based out of Buenos Aires that had some insight to add. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

53 MIN2018 JUL 12
Comments
Episode 2 | "Content Crack”

Episode 1 | "Have a Seat"

On our initial episode, Mansa & Kal start off by discussing on whether Rich the Kid's relevance will be respected in the near future, since he recently took a few loses. They also chopped it up about who are the young fellas in the rap game that will be here in the next 3 years or more (not many). Towards the end, the topic of R&B and who's holding it down for the new generation came up as well. On a more somber note, #MeToo movement & Terry Crew's C-Span testimony was brought up and positive insight was given about it. Lastly, the crew wanted to say rest in peace to the young man Lesandro Guzman-Feliz aka 'Junior' (age 15) that was stabbed to death in the Bronx, NYC recently by a Dominican street gang... Tell us new topics! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positivepleasure/support

20 MIN2018 JUL 6
Comments
Episode 1 | "Have a Seat"
the END