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Kopek, Rvfio & Colder

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A new hiphop podcast! Join us every weekend for colorful commentaries on music culture, rap memes, and in-depth reviews of the newest albums and EPs hitting the market, in both the mainstream and underground worlds. These aren't your daddy's reviews... You're listening to The Terminal Podcast! Subscribe for new content each week and follow us on twitter @TheTerminalPod. Email us at bptheterminal@gmail.com.

Latest Episodes

#20 - Throwback Fifth No. Four

E#20 - Throwback Fifth No. Four by Kopek, Rvfio & Colder

40 MIN2018 SEP 17
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#20 - Throwback Fifth No. Four

#19 - A Week In White Rap

EThis week on The Terminal Hip Hop podcast Rvfio and KopeK discuss Eminem’s surprise album “Kamikaze” featuring disses and digs aimed at Vince Staples, Joe Budden, Lil Yachty, Lil Xan, Lil Pump, Charlamagne tha God, Donald Trump, Ja Rule, Token, Migos, Machine Gun Kelly, Drake, DJ Akademiks, Tyler the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Lil Wayne, Kanye West and Lord Jamar. It also contains nods and references to Logc, Hopsin, J. Cole, and Kendrick Lamar. Given Em’s newfound desire to “bring back the game” in the form of traditional rap badmouthing, MGK’s response with Rap Devil, and the tragic and sudden overdose of Mac Miller, we decided it would be a good week to talk about the role of white people in hip hop’s history and in rap moving forward. We also take a dig down the rabbit hole to look at the origins of hip hop, as pioneered by black and latino DJs and MCs at block parties in the 1970s Bronx and trace its evolution through “new school” golden era hiphop, 90s westcoast/eastc...

68 MIN2018 SEP 9
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#19 - A Week In White Rap

#18 - The After Party: Indie vs. Labels

EIn this episode of The Terminal Hip Hop Podcast, Rvfio and Kopek discuss Kyle's new Netflix movie, The After Party. The film follows the journey of young rapper Owen and his rich white kid manager, Jeff, as they attempt work their way from Worldstar meme, after Owen pukes on Wiz Khalifa, all the way a signed freshman on a big boy rap label. Featuring cameos from Wiz Khalifa, DJ Khalid, Charlamagne Tha God and the rest of the Breakfast Club, Desiigner, French Montana, a handful of hip hop talkshows including DJ Akademiks podcast, and a boatload of record label execs, The After Party is certainly saturated with hip hop industry iconography. But what really interests us is the obsession with "getting signed" in 2018, where indie artists are stronger than they have every been. We delve into the world of labels and talk about the notorious Big 3, its many subsidiaries, independent labels, such as J. Cole's Dreamville, and independent releases.

63 MIN2018 SEP 2
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#18 - The After Party: Indie vs. Labels

#17 - Barbie Dreams of Kanye on Kimmel Action!

EThis week Colder and KopeK discuss Nicki Minaj’s Barbie Dreams off her new 20 track album, Queen. We also talk about the music video for Ganja Burn and KopeK’s perceived similarities between it and Shakira’s 2009 video for Suerte (Wherever, Whenever) [rabbithole warning]. We also discuss other notable videos from the past week, including Best Hugs by DRAM and Boca Raton by Bas and A$AP Ferg. In other news, we discuss Kanye West’s 20 minute interview on Jimmy Kimmel in which he attempts to clarify his comments on slavery and president Donald Trump. We also look at the amazing record-breaking powers of Post Malone, who just this year has broken records set by the Beatles, and now by Michael Jackson’s Thriller for longest time in the top ten for an album. We play out with 141 & Counting by KopeK. Tune in each week for more hiphop commentary. Subscribe on itunes and hit us up on twitter! Our SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/theterminalpodcast Our Twitter (follow us!!): https://tw...

35 MIN2018 AUG 19
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#17 - Barbie Dreams of Kanye on Kimmel Action!

#16 - Rvfio's Music Video Corner

EFor a special episode of The Terminal, Rufio analyses music video releases from Michael Jackson, Vince Staples, Drake, and more!

53 MIN2018 AUG 15
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#16 - Rvfio's Music Video Corner

#15 - Hip Hoppin with Hampton

EOn this very special episode of The Terminal Podcast, we are joined by internet influencer and youtube comedian Miles Hampton, known for his hilarious Rappers in Classrooms YouTube series and for an impressive Vine career preceding the platform's demise. Hampton hops on the mic to address pop culture curiosities and hip hop happenings with us, including Boonk's drunken interview on No Jumper, Demi Lovato's tragic relapse and possible heroin overdose, Tekashi 6ix9ine's confusing kidnapping and questionable music video, "FEFE" featuring Nicki Minaj and Murda Beatz, the much better "Potato Salad" by Tyler, the Creator and A$AP Rocky, Offset's continual struggle with police harassment, and fresh summer releases by Chance The Rapper and Childish Gambino. For our 15th episode, we have our special Throwback Fifth with Graduation by Kanye, which just happens to be Hampton's favorite record, and we end the show with an interview with the man himself, discussing Hampton's career as an up and ...

97 MIN2018 JUL 29
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#15 - Hip Hoppin with Hampton

#14 - Immortal: Posthumous Releases from 2Pac to XXXTentacion

ERvfio and ColderBrother discuss XXXTentacion’s posthumous SAD! music video in Kopek’s absence. After X’s tragic murder 2 weeks ago, the Florida rapper has joined the likes of Tupac, Big L, Lil Peep, and other rappers with posthumous releases. We speculate that many more unreleased X tracks will drop in the coming years. Beyond that, the boys talk about Drake’s new albums and chase rabbits down holes in true Terminal fashion. Tune in each week for more hiphop commentary. Subscribe on itunes and hit us up on twitter! Our SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/theterminalpodcast Our Twitter (follow us!!): https://twitter.com/TheTerminalPod Our e-mail (hit us up!!): bptheterminal@gmail.com Hit up our Spotify Playlists: Rufio: https://open.spotify.com/user/2td6mfb0y9ujdnyh48gx8g7cl/playlist/2sms2ubs6JfyzP0vAGwLgm Colder: https://open.spotify.com/user/2td6mfb0y9ujdnyh48gx8g7cl/playlist/45VsC3mF8nkHE4HSpg0ok8 Kopek: https://open.spotify.com/user/2td6mfb0y9ujdnyh48gx8g7cl/playlist/0JdhZYIgx...

49 MIN2018 JUL 1
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#14 - Immortal: Posthumous Releases from 2Pac to XXXTentacion

#13 - New Releases: Nas, Jay Rock, The Carters,

EThis week Rufio and Kopek continue the discussion of what makes an EP vs what makes an LP on the heels of G.O.O.D. Music’s Kanye produced 7 song “albums.” With Nasir out of the way and all of Kanye’s cards on the table, our faith in the overall project is waning. On the flip side, Jay Rock’s Redemption has grown on us since its release last week. The surprise album features Kendrick and SZA (of course) and has the markings of a classic TDE project, with connected vibes and a more diverse sound than we have previously heard on 90059 and Follow Me Home. See the track OSOM featuring J. Cole for reference. Sadly, there is no full Black Hippy track on Redemption, but we’re holding out for future productions. More history has been made over the last 7 days as Jay Z and Beyonce dropped a hiphop album titled Everything Is Love as “The Carters”. We discuss the music video for their single APESHIT and Beyonce’s numerous rap verses on the LP. To end the show, we discuss the tragic dea...

55 MIN2018 JUN 23
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#13 - New Releases: Nas, Jay Rock, The Carters,

#12 - EP or LP? (feat. Spell Jordan)

EThis week we discuss the finer point of EPs and LPs, such as... what the hell are they? The burning question comes on the backend of G.O.O.D. Music's "album" series featuring Kanye produced projects by Ye himself, Pusha T, Kid Cudi, and Nas. But are these 7 song projects worthy of the title "album"? We discuss the meaning of the word and review this week in hiphop before turning to our very special guest, rapper Spell Jordan who came on the show to promote his new album, 2218.

58 MIN2018 JUN 20
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#12 - EP or LP? (feat. Spell Jordan)

#11 - Pusha T vs Drake: Is Kanye Really a Genius??

EThis week The Story of Adidon had Drake looking rather… Duppy. Pusha T leveled up the ongoing beef between the two rappers with a savage track insulting Drake’s mom, dad, alleged kid, and pretty much everyone and everything else. The Pusha T track has turned Duppy’s YouTube comment section into a city of L’s and here on the show, we're are all citizens. We discuss this succulent, grass-fed beef and hypothesize about Drake’s image as a rapper vs. his role Degrassi actor Aubrey Graham playing your favorite Canadian rap artist. ColderBrother poses a famous “Cold Conspiracy” in which the Pusha T - Drake beef might actually be a manufactured marketing collab by OVO Sound, G.O.O.D. Music, and Adidas. This one gets a drumroll on Paul’s Plausibility Bongos, for sure, because we're inclined to believe. As Michael Scott said, we aren’t superstitious, but we are a little stitious. After quick chats about Pusha’s Daytona and the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music 7-song projects, including Kid C...

65 MIN2018 JUN 15
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#11 - Pusha T vs Drake: Is Kanye Really a Genius??

Latest Episodes

#20 - Throwback Fifth No. Four

E#20 - Throwback Fifth No. Four by Kopek, Rvfio & Colder

40 MIN2018 SEP 17
Comments
#20 - Throwback Fifth No. Four

#19 - A Week In White Rap

EThis week on The Terminal Hip Hop podcast Rvfio and KopeK discuss Eminem’s surprise album “Kamikaze” featuring disses and digs aimed at Vince Staples, Joe Budden, Lil Yachty, Lil Xan, Lil Pump, Charlamagne tha God, Donald Trump, Ja Rule, Token, Migos, Machine Gun Kelly, Drake, DJ Akademiks, Tyler the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Lil Wayne, Kanye West and Lord Jamar. It also contains nods and references to Logc, Hopsin, J. Cole, and Kendrick Lamar. Given Em’s newfound desire to “bring back the game” in the form of traditional rap badmouthing, MGK’s response with Rap Devil, and the tragic and sudden overdose of Mac Miller, we decided it would be a good week to talk about the role of white people in hip hop’s history and in rap moving forward. We also take a dig down the rabbit hole to look at the origins of hip hop, as pioneered by black and latino DJs and MCs at block parties in the 1970s Bronx and trace its evolution through “new school” golden era hiphop, 90s westcoast/eastc...

68 MIN2018 SEP 9
Comments
#19 - A Week In White Rap

#18 - The After Party: Indie vs. Labels

EIn this episode of The Terminal Hip Hop Podcast, Rvfio and Kopek discuss Kyle's new Netflix movie, The After Party. The film follows the journey of young rapper Owen and his rich white kid manager, Jeff, as they attempt work their way from Worldstar meme, after Owen pukes on Wiz Khalifa, all the way a signed freshman on a big boy rap label. Featuring cameos from Wiz Khalifa, DJ Khalid, Charlamagne Tha God and the rest of the Breakfast Club, Desiigner, French Montana, a handful of hip hop talkshows including DJ Akademiks podcast, and a boatload of record label execs, The After Party is certainly saturated with hip hop industry iconography. But what really interests us is the obsession with "getting signed" in 2018, where indie artists are stronger than they have every been. We delve into the world of labels and talk about the notorious Big 3, its many subsidiaries, independent labels, such as J. Cole's Dreamville, and independent releases.

63 MIN2018 SEP 2
Comments
#18 - The After Party: Indie vs. Labels

#17 - Barbie Dreams of Kanye on Kimmel Action!

EThis week Colder and KopeK discuss Nicki Minaj’s Barbie Dreams off her new 20 track album, Queen. We also talk about the music video for Ganja Burn and KopeK’s perceived similarities between it and Shakira’s 2009 video for Suerte (Wherever, Whenever) [rabbithole warning]. We also discuss other notable videos from the past week, including Best Hugs by DRAM and Boca Raton by Bas and A$AP Ferg. In other news, we discuss Kanye West’s 20 minute interview on Jimmy Kimmel in which he attempts to clarify his comments on slavery and president Donald Trump. We also look at the amazing record-breaking powers of Post Malone, who just this year has broken records set by the Beatles, and now by Michael Jackson’s Thriller for longest time in the top ten for an album. We play out with 141 & Counting by KopeK. Tune in each week for more hiphop commentary. Subscribe on itunes and hit us up on twitter! Our SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/theterminalpodcast Our Twitter (follow us!!): https://tw...

35 MIN2018 AUG 19
Comments
#17 - Barbie Dreams of Kanye on Kimmel Action!

#16 - Rvfio's Music Video Corner

EFor a special episode of The Terminal, Rufio analyses music video releases from Michael Jackson, Vince Staples, Drake, and more!

53 MIN2018 AUG 15
Comments
#16 - Rvfio's Music Video Corner

#15 - Hip Hoppin with Hampton

EOn this very special episode of The Terminal Podcast, we are joined by internet influencer and youtube comedian Miles Hampton, known for his hilarious Rappers in Classrooms YouTube series and for an impressive Vine career preceding the platform's demise. Hampton hops on the mic to address pop culture curiosities and hip hop happenings with us, including Boonk's drunken interview on No Jumper, Demi Lovato's tragic relapse and possible heroin overdose, Tekashi 6ix9ine's confusing kidnapping and questionable music video, "FEFE" featuring Nicki Minaj and Murda Beatz, the much better "Potato Salad" by Tyler, the Creator and A$AP Rocky, Offset's continual struggle with police harassment, and fresh summer releases by Chance The Rapper and Childish Gambino. For our 15th episode, we have our special Throwback Fifth with Graduation by Kanye, which just happens to be Hampton's favorite record, and we end the show with an interview with the man himself, discussing Hampton's career as an up and ...

97 MIN2018 JUL 29
Comments
#15 - Hip Hoppin with Hampton

#14 - Immortal: Posthumous Releases from 2Pac to XXXTentacion

ERvfio and ColderBrother discuss XXXTentacion’s posthumous SAD! music video in Kopek’s absence. After X’s tragic murder 2 weeks ago, the Florida rapper has joined the likes of Tupac, Big L, Lil Peep, and other rappers with posthumous releases. We speculate that many more unreleased X tracks will drop in the coming years. Beyond that, the boys talk about Drake’s new albums and chase rabbits down holes in true Terminal fashion. Tune in each week for more hiphop commentary. Subscribe on itunes and hit us up on twitter! Our SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/theterminalpodcast Our Twitter (follow us!!): https://twitter.com/TheTerminalPod Our e-mail (hit us up!!): bptheterminal@gmail.com Hit up our Spotify Playlists: Rufio: https://open.spotify.com/user/2td6mfb0y9ujdnyh48gx8g7cl/playlist/2sms2ubs6JfyzP0vAGwLgm Colder: https://open.spotify.com/user/2td6mfb0y9ujdnyh48gx8g7cl/playlist/45VsC3mF8nkHE4HSpg0ok8 Kopek: https://open.spotify.com/user/2td6mfb0y9ujdnyh48gx8g7cl/playlist/0JdhZYIgx...

49 MIN2018 JUL 1
Comments
#14 - Immortal: Posthumous Releases from 2Pac to XXXTentacion

#13 - New Releases: Nas, Jay Rock, The Carters,

EThis week Rufio and Kopek continue the discussion of what makes an EP vs what makes an LP on the heels of G.O.O.D. Music’s Kanye produced 7 song “albums.” With Nasir out of the way and all of Kanye’s cards on the table, our faith in the overall project is waning. On the flip side, Jay Rock’s Redemption has grown on us since its release last week. The surprise album features Kendrick and SZA (of course) and has the markings of a classic TDE project, with connected vibes and a more diverse sound than we have previously heard on 90059 and Follow Me Home. See the track OSOM featuring J. Cole for reference. Sadly, there is no full Black Hippy track on Redemption, but we’re holding out for future productions. More history has been made over the last 7 days as Jay Z and Beyonce dropped a hiphop album titled Everything Is Love as “The Carters”. We discuss the music video for their single APESHIT and Beyonce’s numerous rap verses on the LP. To end the show, we discuss the tragic dea...

55 MIN2018 JUN 23
Comments
#13 - New Releases: Nas, Jay Rock, The Carters,

#12 - EP or LP? (feat. Spell Jordan)

EThis week we discuss the finer point of EPs and LPs, such as... what the hell are they? The burning question comes on the backend of G.O.O.D. Music's "album" series featuring Kanye produced projects by Ye himself, Pusha T, Kid Cudi, and Nas. But are these 7 song projects worthy of the title "album"? We discuss the meaning of the word and review this week in hiphop before turning to our very special guest, rapper Spell Jordan who came on the show to promote his new album, 2218.

58 MIN2018 JUN 20
Comments
#12 - EP or LP? (feat. Spell Jordan)

#11 - Pusha T vs Drake: Is Kanye Really a Genius??

EThis week The Story of Adidon had Drake looking rather… Duppy. Pusha T leveled up the ongoing beef between the two rappers with a savage track insulting Drake’s mom, dad, alleged kid, and pretty much everyone and everything else. The Pusha T track has turned Duppy’s YouTube comment section into a city of L’s and here on the show, we're are all citizens. We discuss this succulent, grass-fed beef and hypothesize about Drake’s image as a rapper vs. his role Degrassi actor Aubrey Graham playing your favorite Canadian rap artist. ColderBrother poses a famous “Cold Conspiracy” in which the Pusha T - Drake beef might actually be a manufactured marketing collab by OVO Sound, G.O.O.D. Music, and Adidas. This one gets a drumroll on Paul’s Plausibility Bongos, for sure, because we're inclined to believe. As Michael Scott said, we aren’t superstitious, but we are a little stitious. After quick chats about Pusha’s Daytona and the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music 7-song projects, including Kid C...

65 MIN2018 JUN 15
Comments
#11 - Pusha T vs Drake: Is Kanye Really a Genius??
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