The crew returns minus Jank to discuss separating the music from the life. DJ Contact also gives his review of Young Deuces new album My Unapologetic Black Thoughts. And they run down what they have been listening to since the last time we heard from them.
The Summit returns after an extended hiatus to discuss hip-hop pioneers and why we don’t respect them. From Kane to KRS-One why don’t the greats make any more music? And if they do will we listen? Also, the crew has a discussion pertaining to the current flood of new music that has dropped the first […]
MaalHimself sits down and discusses new rapper MadeinTYO known for his latest joint Uber Everywhere. Also check out I Want (feat. 2 Chainz) on iTunes.
Can you believe that it’s been 20 years since the release of ATLiens? The Summit crew sits down and discusses their feelings, the impact of the album, and whether it is OutKast’s greatest album. Ride with us as we take a drive thru memory lane.
MaalHimself talks SchoolBoy Q
This week on The Summit Ali, Maal, and El-Fatiah sits down to talk to Streetz N Young Deuces. SYND tells us about their history, new project, and the role that artist play in social topics.
The second installment of The Summit the guys Ali, El Fatiah and Wally Kovacs discuss Jay Z’s Reasonable Doubt and Nas’ It Was Written.
Ladies and Gentlemen we would like to welcome you to The Summit. The Summit is a podcast where we will chop it up and discuss music we love, hate, miss, and wish were made. On this episode, Ali and El-Fatiah discuss the state of Black music. Where did it go wrong? What happened to it?