Quincy Jones

Episode 39 – Behind The Boards. Johnnie has A VERY SPECIAL SHOUTOUT to begin the show. Ralph relives posting a video on Twitter/IG. #OFFTHEDOME is always dope. The Guys Answered Listener Submitter Questions. On Behind The Boards, They Have A Discussion on Some Of The Best Producer/Artists Combinations. PLEASE ENJOY!!!! Outro: Aaliyah – One In […]

Well I’ll be damn Quincy Jones pulls this old grandpa card and came out the box spitting wagers like he was from Shaolin. He had a list and he went down it talking about everyone from Ringo Starr to Marvin Gaye! Is he out of order? The crew weighs in. The Black Pack also discussed […]

This week we talk about a lot of fuck shit: Grammy’s Clippers the worst sports Org ever? El Chapo won’t kill anyone in the Jury. Flava Flav gets mopped in Vegas Meek paying tuitions now? Quincy Jones is still slanging that D Barny Slanging that D Snoop Releasing a Gospel Album __________________________________ BuffetboysPodcast.tk Follow us […]

With Maureen Stapleton and Dizzy Gillespie as Mother Earth and Father Time, the characters wonder whether or not the human race will survive. As the humans float by, Mother Earth explains the nature of their relationships—they share everything, from their food, their energy, and their thoughts. “But what if somebody withholds?” Father Time wonders, “Do […]

    Looks like Quincy Jones isn’t moved by the production skills of Kanye West. On comparisons to Kanye: How man? No way. Did he write for a symphony orchestra? Does he write for a jazz orchestra? Come on, man. He’s just a rapper. There’s no comparison. I’m not putting him down or making a […]

Quincy Jones to release a new star-studded album, Q: Soul Bossa Nostra, in May/June 2010.  The project will feature guest artists and producers performing versions of some of Q’s classic tunes.  Covers will range from Quincy’s early jazz hits, to more recent R&B favorites. The first single will be a cover of the classic 1977 […]

Tupac’s death struck me hard. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was that youngster who was hip to Pac before long before “Thug Life” became his focus. I remember harrasin’ the staff at the local record store….just wonderin’ when the first single was gonna hit the shelf so that I could follow right […]

First of all I would like to commend the recording industry for making a quick move and organizing this event. Kudos! But when you look at the “stars” who were there to contribute their talent, you just may end up scratching your head. Now granted we had a few no names in the original but […]

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