Earl Stevens is better known by his stage name E-40. He is a rapper, actor, and founding member of the rap group - The Click, and the founder of Sick Wid It Records.
Today on the show we had E40 and Too Short call in where they announced their Verzuz Battle, spoke on Bay Area Influence, Snoop Dogg Collabs and more. Also, they had friend to the show Michael Eric Dyson who spoke on social redemption, redefining defund the police, his new book and more. Also, we flashed back to when Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to Trump advisor for mistaking Charalamagne as a rapper. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
When it comes to hip-hop from the Bay Area, E-40 is quite possibly the greatest of all time. His distinctiveness has kept him relevant for three decades now, from mob music in the 1990's to hyphy slaps in the aughts to new music today. E-40 joins us to talk about his new record, Practice Makes Paper. We'll pull up some deep cuts from R&B singer Saint Charles, who 40 more intimately knows as his Uncle Chuckie. Chuckie was a huge inspiration for E-40 growing up. E will also take us to the root of his passion for music. Plus, he'll talk about his college days at Grambling State University. Did he win the school's talent show? Only one way to find out. Listen up!
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Nov 15th, 1967
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1 hour, 58 minutes
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