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Breaking Atoms: The Hip Hop Podcast

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We told you we were back, and we meant it. So let's continue... this week's guest is A & R extraordinaire, M-Eighty. If you don't know who he is, then you were never inside the house reading those liner notes, and you should have your Hip Hop c
We're back! The kings have returned with the newest edition of what you've been missing! Shout out to Low Budget Crew. We originally wanted to take six weeks off but ended up taking six months off. No beef. No tension. Just some well-earned res
In the first of our 'Classic' series, we revisit our September 2020 interview with Mic Geronimo.    The Masta I.C. revisits the making of his first album, 'The Natural', nearly signing to Loud Records, working with Jay-Z and DMX and much more!
We're back with a familiar face and voice. Dylan Green is a serious writer and friend of the show. He featured heavily in our series on The Blueprint, and we really wanted to learn more about him, his passions and what makes him tick. We got in
Either the pandemic is over, or Jesus is coming back, or both. We recorded our first episode together live in the flesh for the first time in 3 years! Only someone who is a descendant of official tissue can pull a power move like this. We sat d
Another friend of the show pulls up to share his story and promote his wares. K-Nite 13 is one of the most talented people we know. With the beats, with the rhymes, he's always on point! We spoke to him about the latest instalment of his 'Nitef
Today, we pay homage to a fantastic writer, great mind and friend of the show. We rolled out the red carpet for none other than Kathy Iandoli. Kathy's work in the culture and heart for helping people makes her a real one in a world of fakery an
Originally recorded for Black Sheep Magazine in 2010.   To celebrate the release of Phife's new album, 'Forever', Chris unearths this interview with the Five Foot Assassin from his headline London show at the Jazz Cafe back in 2010.   Phife spe
We've wanted to speak to Buckwild for a long time. His name often comes up in our Rap Nerd conversations, and the legacy of D.I.T.C. is something that fans or critics cannot quantify. Buck graciously spared some of his time to go through his ca
They say that time flies when you’re having fun. This week’s episode was originally recorded 18 months ago. We had some technical difficulties. Local files got corrupted and whatnot, but this episode was so nice, we edited it twice, and here we
We're keeping the love local this week, and we're joined by one of the hardest working emcees on Planet Earth. Genesis Elijah pulls up, sits down and gets real about the highs and lows of the independent grustle (grind and hustle), working with
We travel to North West London to break bread and reason with Da Flyy Hooligan. Hooli is a friend of the show and a friend in real life. This conversation has been years in the making, and we made it count. We talked about his new project Ben K
Ladies first - from now until forever. We're honoured to be joined by Scotland's very own, Arusa Qureshi, Author of the amazing new book, 'Flip The Script: How Women Came To Rule Rap'. Arusa shares her Hip Hop come up story, putting the book to
We went deep beneath the muddy waters of Brownsville to find the Rockness Monsta for this week's episode. Rockness Monsta is the beast from the east who devours everything and everyone in his path - especially on record. Rock talks about his ne
Real heads know what it means when February comes around. It's Dilla Month. It's only right that we recognise the man James Yancey by speaking to Author and Human Encyclopedia, Dan Charnas! In his first UK interview about his amazing book, Dill
We have a certain reverence for the past over here, but we also know it's important to look forward. This week's guest is one of our favourite emcees right now. Ty Farris is fresh from Detroit and has a story to tell that you need to hear. He's
You may not know the name, and you probably don't see the face. But we will bet our pension money that you know the music. This week's guest could co-opt the Most Known Unknown moniker from Three 6 Mafia. EZ Elpee has hits and classics and can
This week's guests have done more than their 10,000-hour share in the culture. Anthony Marshall and Danny Castro are the founders of the legendary Lyricist Lounge, which recently marked its 30th anniversary. Ant and Danny reminisce on the impac
For our first episode of 2022, we spoke with a living legend in the world of music. Carl McIntosh is a name that kept coming up in our previous episodes, and even though we've always respected the levels, we had to find out why his name stayed
We made it to the end of the year. We started out together so we're ending it the same way. We had a quick chat about some of our favourite albums, artists and producers of 2021. We also reminisced on some of our favourite moments on the pod, b
This week, we're gonna hit you one time and it'll definitely be funky. We're joined by one-third of the Lords Of The Underground, DJ Lord Jazz, to talk about the group's history, come up and more. He talks about meeting Marley Marl, recording H
We're celebrating another milestone today. This is our 150th episode and we are honoured to have Frank Nitt join us as our special guest.  Frank gets knee-deep into Detroit history. He talks about his early days being one of the D's Hip Hop ki
Originally recorded for The Hip Hop Chronicle in June 2009. To celebrate the release of Raekwon's new book, Staircase To The Stage, Sumit went to Shaolin and found this interview with The Chef right before the release of Only Built 4 Cuban Lin
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