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Reg (Couch Sessions Music Editor) and Stone (Couch Sessions Founder) sit down (usually with some alcoholic accompaniment) and wax poetic about the best music and pop culture topics of the week. Expect profound thoughts, surprises, and maybe some special guests!

Latest Episodes

PODCAST 83: Crossover Event Pt 2 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

WE'RE BACK with the Crossover Event of the Year. Stay with us for part 2 of our discussion with the dudes from Unpolished Unapologetic around our top 50 rappers of all time! It's getting good, so make sure to stick around to hear the end.

66 MIN2 d ago
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PODCAST 83: Crossover Event Pt 2 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

PODCAST 82: Crossover Event Pt. 1 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

What's good people? This week we decided to do something special. We connected with our fam at Unpolished Unapologetic in the Bronx for a discussion around our top 50 rappers of all time! With a topic like that, you already know that you're in for some trouble. Enjoy!

72 MIN1 w ago
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PODCAST 82: Crossover Event Pt. 1 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

PODCAST 81: Kanye....Is This Your King?

EWe were waiting this weekend for Kanye's return to Form, Jesus Is King, only to be ghosted by the King himself. We ask, does this album even exist? Is the experience supposed to be the album? Only Kim K knows at this point. Also, new music from DaBaby and Sault.

31 MIN2 w ago
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PODCAST 81: Kanye....Is This Your King?

PODCAST 80: Tekashi 69 Said We Were In A Gang

EFunny titles aside, this week we talk about Tekashi 69's ongoing conspiracy trial that was the talk of the Internet this week. The prosecution's use of rap lyrics in this trial got us thinking about how rappers are never given the benefit of the doubt in these situatons. Plus, new music reviews for Metronomy, Klein, and sir Was.

37 MIN3 w ago
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PODCAST 80: Tekashi 69 Said We Were In A Gang

Podcast 79: We Just Connected Ric Ocasek to Gucci Mane

This week, we talked about the death of Cars frontman Ric Ocasek, and his legacy in the music industry. This led to a broader discussion of mentorship in the music industry, from Q-Tip-, to J Cole, to Gucci Mane. Also, new music from JPEGMAFIA and Spree Wilson.

37 MINSEP 22
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Podcast 79: We Just Connected Ric Ocasek to Gucci Mane

Podcast 78: Better Than The Travis Scott Netflix Documentary

EAnother week, another discussion about the state of the music industry. As both Rihanna and Travis Scott ink deals with Amazon and Netflix, we ponder whether streaming shmoney is the new way forward for recording artists? Or maybe it's vinyl (which overtook CD sales this week) or whatever contraption Tool was selling? Also, new music from the aforementioned Tool, Jidenna, and the homie Von Pea.

50 MINSEP 13
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Podcast 78: Better Than The Travis Scott Netflix Documentary

Episode 77: Kanye West Has Found Jesus

EThis week...we discuss Kanye West's new found faith in Jesus. He's being doing the Sunday Sessions, and is dropping an album titled Jesus is King. But is this a real, genuine effort to find Jesus, or a cheap marketing campaign coined by Kim Kardashian? Also, new music from Pusha T and Witchitaw Slim.

33 MINSEP 6
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Episode 77: Kanye West Has Found Jesus

Episode 76: Little Brother In The Streets, Young Thug In the Sheets

This week, we return to our Taylor Swift fan club, talking about her decision to re-record her music to retain royalties. Shrewd move, but its sad that it has to come to this! Also, we review the new Young Thug and the surprise album from North Carolina duo Little Brother.

35 MINAUG 23
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Episode 76: Little Brother In The Streets, Young Thug In the Sheets

Episode 75: Jigga Football League

EWe don our sportscaster headphones to give the play-by-play on Jay-Z's newest venture with the NFL. Did Colin Kaepernick have to lose for Jay to win? Also, we give some hot takes on Thee Stallions "Hot Girl Summer" and review Rick Ross' latest.

47 MINAUG 16
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Episode 75: Jigga Football League

Episode 74: Why Christian Rap WON This Week

Christian Rap won this week guys. First off, unknown rapper Flame defeated Katy Perry in the "Dark Horse" copyright infringement case. We listen and debate! Plus, NF upsets Chance the Rapper for the #1 album? Is this dude a bot? Or are we not paying enough attention to Christian rap these days? Plus we finally listen to YBN Cordae's The Lost Boy.

44 MINAUG 9
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Episode 74: Why Christian Rap WON This Week

Latest Episodes

PODCAST 83: Crossover Event Pt 2 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

WE'RE BACK with the Crossover Event of the Year. Stay with us for part 2 of our discussion with the dudes from Unpolished Unapologetic around our top 50 rappers of all time! It's getting good, so make sure to stick around to hear the end.

66 MIN2 d ago
Comments
PODCAST 83: Crossover Event Pt 2 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

PODCAST 82: Crossover Event Pt. 1 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

What's good people? This week we decided to do something special. We connected with our fam at Unpolished Unapologetic in the Bronx for a discussion around our top 50 rappers of all time! With a topic like that, you already know that you're in for some trouble. Enjoy!

72 MIN1 w ago
Comments
PODCAST 82: Crossover Event Pt. 1 - The Greatest 50 Rappers of All Time

PODCAST 81: Kanye....Is This Your King?

EWe were waiting this weekend for Kanye's return to Form, Jesus Is King, only to be ghosted by the King himself. We ask, does this album even exist? Is the experience supposed to be the album? Only Kim K knows at this point. Also, new music from DaBaby and Sault.

31 MIN2 w ago
Comments
PODCAST 81: Kanye....Is This Your King?

PODCAST 80: Tekashi 69 Said We Were In A Gang

EFunny titles aside, this week we talk about Tekashi 69's ongoing conspiracy trial that was the talk of the Internet this week. The prosecution's use of rap lyrics in this trial got us thinking about how rappers are never given the benefit of the doubt in these situatons. Plus, new music reviews for Metronomy, Klein, and sir Was.

37 MIN3 w ago
Comments
PODCAST 80: Tekashi 69 Said We Were In A Gang

Podcast 79: We Just Connected Ric Ocasek to Gucci Mane

This week, we talked about the death of Cars frontman Ric Ocasek, and his legacy in the music industry. This led to a broader discussion of mentorship in the music industry, from Q-Tip-, to J Cole, to Gucci Mane. Also, new music from JPEGMAFIA and Spree Wilson.

37 MINSEP 22
Comments
Podcast 79: We Just Connected Ric Ocasek to Gucci Mane

Podcast 78: Better Than The Travis Scott Netflix Documentary

EAnother week, another discussion about the state of the music industry. As both Rihanna and Travis Scott ink deals with Amazon and Netflix, we ponder whether streaming shmoney is the new way forward for recording artists? Or maybe it's vinyl (which overtook CD sales this week) or whatever contraption Tool was selling? Also, new music from the aforementioned Tool, Jidenna, and the homie Von Pea.

50 MINSEP 13
Comments
Podcast 78: Better Than The Travis Scott Netflix Documentary

Episode 77: Kanye West Has Found Jesus

EThis week...we discuss Kanye West's new found faith in Jesus. He's being doing the Sunday Sessions, and is dropping an album titled Jesus is King. But is this a real, genuine effort to find Jesus, or a cheap marketing campaign coined by Kim Kardashian? Also, new music from Pusha T and Witchitaw Slim.

33 MINSEP 6
Comments
Episode 77: Kanye West Has Found Jesus

Episode 76: Little Brother In The Streets, Young Thug In the Sheets

This week, we return to our Taylor Swift fan club, talking about her decision to re-record her music to retain royalties. Shrewd move, but its sad that it has to come to this! Also, we review the new Young Thug and the surprise album from North Carolina duo Little Brother.

35 MINAUG 23
Comments
Episode 76: Little Brother In The Streets, Young Thug In the Sheets

Episode 75: Jigga Football League

EWe don our sportscaster headphones to give the play-by-play on Jay-Z's newest venture with the NFL. Did Colin Kaepernick have to lose for Jay to win? Also, we give some hot takes on Thee Stallions "Hot Girl Summer" and review Rick Ross' latest.

47 MINAUG 16
Comments
Episode 75: Jigga Football League

Episode 74: Why Christian Rap WON This Week

Christian Rap won this week guys. First off, unknown rapper Flame defeated Katy Perry in the "Dark Horse" copyright infringement case. We listen and debate! Plus, NF upsets Chance the Rapper for the #1 album? Is this dude a bot? Or are we not paying enough attention to Christian rap these days? Plus we finally listen to YBN Cordae's The Lost Boy.

44 MINAUG 9
Comments
Episode 74: Why Christian Rap WON This Week