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Super Duty Tough Work Podcast

Blueprint

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Super Duty Tough Work Podcast

Super Duty Tough Work Podcast

Blueprint

8
Followers
15
Plays
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Created by underground hip-hop artist Blueprint, Super Duty Tough Work is the most infamous podcast on planet earth, focusing on hip-hop culture, personal-development, and humor. The results are comical, educational, and inspiring. No shuckin', no jivin', and no bulls#@t.

Latest Episodes

195: Using Your Art to Survive Your Job

EEveryone knows what it's like to have creative passion that you care deeply about and a job that you don't particularly care about. In most instances, these jobs drain our creative energy until our desire to pursue our craft outside of work is completely gone. To avoid this we must allow our art to help push us through these down periods so we can stay motivated. This episode is about small things you can do with your art that will help you survive your job. Let's go!!

38 MIN5 d ago
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195: Using Your Art to Survive Your Job

194: Why Rappers Lie So Much

ELast week there was a lot of commotion on social media when pop singer Billie Eilish featured a quote of her pointing out that she personally knows a lot of rappers constantly who lie about their lives and having things they don't really own. Many people were upset about her statement, firing back at her. In this episode we give our reaction to her statement and breakdown ten reasons why rappers lie so much in hip-hop. Let's go!

55 MIN1 w ago
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194: Why Rappers Lie So Much

193: Behind the Beats with Blockhead

EAlthough New York producer Blockhead originally emerged on the hip-hop scene as one of Aesop Rock's main collaborators, he has since established his own career as an instrumentalist, releasing albums on legendary label Ninja Tune and many others. While on tour in Columbus, promoting his new album Bubble Bath, Blockhead stopped by the Super Duty studio for a dope conversation about his production process, releasing albums on different labels, and being embraced by a fanbase he wasn't even aware of. Let's go!

84 MIN2 w ago
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193: Behind the Beats with Blockhead

192: How Managers Help and Hurt Artists

EAlthough we've had artist managers on the show before, we've never really went into depth about the pluses and minuses of having a manager. In this episode of the most infamous podcast on planet earth, we break down how managers help and hurt artists, so that anybody thinking about procuring one can know the best case and worst case scenarios ahead of time.

45 MIN3 w ago
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192: How Managers Help and Hurt Artists

191: Dealing with Jealousy

ENo matter how perfect we strive to be as humans, there will be times in our lives when we feel insecure about where we are in life. It is at these moments that we are visited by the green-eyed monster, jealousy. And even if we don't feel it towards others, we are on the receiving end of it. In this episode, we break down ways to deal with jealousy, both internally and externally. This is a deep episode that you don't wanna miss.

56 MINJAN 20
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191: Dealing with Jealousy

190: Why Nas Could Never Surpass Illmatic

EOne of the most fascinating and frustrating careers in hip-hop is the career of Queens rapper Nas. While his debut album Illmatic was considered one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all time, his fans have been routinely disappointed by his subsequent albums, and wondered why he wouldn't just go back to the style he employed on Illmatic. In this episode, we break down why Nas has never revisited the Illmatic style that made him so successful.

56 MINJAN 13
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190: Why Nas Could Never Surpass Illmatic

189: The Discipline Challenge Results Show

EIn November, with several creative projects unfinished, we decided to create the 30 Days of Discipline Challenge, in hopes of locking in and getting more done. We also invited our listeners to participate in this challenge and call in with their results a the end of the year. In this week's episode, we share our results, and play the calls of our listeners who also participated in the challenge. Happy new year!

48 MINJAN 6
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189: The Discipline Challenge Results Show

188: The Life of An Illustrator with Adam "Illus" Wallenta

EIn this episode of the most infamous podcast on planet earth, Blueprint sits down for an interview with hip-hop artist and professional illustrator Adam "Illus" Wallenta. Adam has done artwork for a who's who of hip-hop artists like Public Enemy and Craig G, published award winning Children's books, as well as illustrating all three of Blueprint's books. We break down his journey to become a professional illustrator, his time working at Marvel, and his independent publishing experiences. Lots of jewels in this one. Let's go!

76 MIN2019 DEC 30
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188: The Life of An Illustrator with Adam "Illus" Wallenta

187: The Best Rappers With The Worst Beats

EBeing producers and MCs ourselves, we are always excited about hearing well-produced hip-hop albums. But as fans, we've had to admit that some of our favorite MCs have often released albums where the production didn't match their level of rhyming. In fact, some of the best rappers have frequently had some of the worst production. In this episode we break down our list of the Best rappers who've had some of the worst production in their careers.

57 MIN2019 DEC 16
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187: The Best Rappers With The Worst Beats

186: Keeping The Excitement

EOn our journey to create great art there will inevitably come points where we lose our momentum. It is at these moments when our level of anticipation takes a huge hit and we are no longer excited about our next step in the process. In this episode, we break down the three phases of the artistic journey and explain the points where you should be able to get your excitement back again. Let's go!

45 MIN2019 DEC 9
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186: Keeping The Excitement

Latest Episodes

195: Using Your Art to Survive Your Job

EEveryone knows what it's like to have creative passion that you care deeply about and a job that you don't particularly care about. In most instances, these jobs drain our creative energy until our desire to pursue our craft outside of work is completely gone. To avoid this we must allow our art to help push us through these down periods so we can stay motivated. This episode is about small things you can do with your art that will help you survive your job. Let's go!!

38 MIN5 d ago
Comments
195: Using Your Art to Survive Your Job

194: Why Rappers Lie So Much

ELast week there was a lot of commotion on social media when pop singer Billie Eilish featured a quote of her pointing out that she personally knows a lot of rappers constantly who lie about their lives and having things they don't really own. Many people were upset about her statement, firing back at her. In this episode we give our reaction to her statement and breakdown ten reasons why rappers lie so much in hip-hop. Let's go!

55 MIN1 w ago
Comments
194: Why Rappers Lie So Much

193: Behind the Beats with Blockhead

EAlthough New York producer Blockhead originally emerged on the hip-hop scene as one of Aesop Rock's main collaborators, he has since established his own career as an instrumentalist, releasing albums on legendary label Ninja Tune and many others. While on tour in Columbus, promoting his new album Bubble Bath, Blockhead stopped by the Super Duty studio for a dope conversation about his production process, releasing albums on different labels, and being embraced by a fanbase he wasn't even aware of. Let's go!

84 MIN2 w ago
Comments
193: Behind the Beats with Blockhead

192: How Managers Help and Hurt Artists

EAlthough we've had artist managers on the show before, we've never really went into depth about the pluses and minuses of having a manager. In this episode of the most infamous podcast on planet earth, we break down how managers help and hurt artists, so that anybody thinking about procuring one can know the best case and worst case scenarios ahead of time.

45 MIN3 w ago
Comments
192: How Managers Help and Hurt Artists

191: Dealing with Jealousy

ENo matter how perfect we strive to be as humans, there will be times in our lives when we feel insecure about where we are in life. It is at these moments that we are visited by the green-eyed monster, jealousy. And even if we don't feel it towards others, we are on the receiving end of it. In this episode, we break down ways to deal with jealousy, both internally and externally. This is a deep episode that you don't wanna miss.

56 MINJAN 20
Comments
191: Dealing with Jealousy

190: Why Nas Could Never Surpass Illmatic

EOne of the most fascinating and frustrating careers in hip-hop is the career of Queens rapper Nas. While his debut album Illmatic was considered one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all time, his fans have been routinely disappointed by his subsequent albums, and wondered why he wouldn't just go back to the style he employed on Illmatic. In this episode, we break down why Nas has never revisited the Illmatic style that made him so successful.

56 MINJAN 13
Comments
190: Why Nas Could Never Surpass Illmatic

189: The Discipline Challenge Results Show

EIn November, with several creative projects unfinished, we decided to create the 30 Days of Discipline Challenge, in hopes of locking in and getting more done. We also invited our listeners to participate in this challenge and call in with their results a the end of the year. In this week's episode, we share our results, and play the calls of our listeners who also participated in the challenge. Happy new year!

48 MINJAN 6
Comments
189: The Discipline Challenge Results Show

188: The Life of An Illustrator with Adam "Illus" Wallenta

EIn this episode of the most infamous podcast on planet earth, Blueprint sits down for an interview with hip-hop artist and professional illustrator Adam "Illus" Wallenta. Adam has done artwork for a who's who of hip-hop artists like Public Enemy and Craig G, published award winning Children's books, as well as illustrating all three of Blueprint's books. We break down his journey to become a professional illustrator, his time working at Marvel, and his independent publishing experiences. Lots of jewels in this one. Let's go!

76 MIN2019 DEC 30
Comments
188: The Life of An Illustrator with Adam "Illus" Wallenta

187: The Best Rappers With The Worst Beats

EBeing producers and MCs ourselves, we are always excited about hearing well-produced hip-hop albums. But as fans, we've had to admit that some of our favorite MCs have often released albums where the production didn't match their level of rhyming. In fact, some of the best rappers have frequently had some of the worst production. In this episode we break down our list of the Best rappers who've had some of the worst production in their careers.

57 MIN2019 DEC 16
Comments
187: The Best Rappers With The Worst Beats

186: Keeping The Excitement

EOn our journey to create great art there will inevitably come points where we lose our momentum. It is at these moments when our level of anticipation takes a huge hit and we are no longer excited about our next step in the process. In this episode, we break down the three phases of the artistic journey and explain the points where you should be able to get your excitement back again. Let's go!

45 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
186: Keeping The Excitement
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