Listen to Jose, P, DeLaSerg and Mig cover topics in urban culture, music, business and much more every Tuesday as they focus to bring ideas and/or cultures closer together through this medium.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the guys go over Jose’s birthday (01:25), DeLaSerg’s vacation, Quavo and Saweetie’s relationship in the headlines (24:22), new music from Shawny Binladen, Benny The Butcher (33:55), Justin Bieber, Billionaire Yeezy and Red Sox Lebron, anticipating music from the Migos and Rory of the JBP, South Beach during Spring Break (69:49) and more.
After a short break the guys return to get into a lot including P revisiting his Therapee nickname (08:27), the podcast itself getting taken down (33:16), new music, the Grammy’s, Jay-Z’s Tidal Square deal, NFT’s and Bitcoin hitting 60K (75:35), the recent time change, and more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast P does a Tarot card reading (09:29), weekly market updates (26:00), Bobby Shmurda’s release (42:17), Meek Mill bars, RIP KimYe, the end of Daft Punk (54:52) and more.
On this episode: the Cyhi The Prince drive-by shooting (14:43), Judah and the Black Messiah (29:57) and Malcom and Marie (39:00) film reviews, Meek Mill and Tekashi 69 (58:03), the new Chapelle special new music from Nipsey Hussle and Jay-Z, Jim Jones and more.
This Tuesday we find the Bridge the Gap boys discussing Valentines Day (11:05), Kodak Black’s return, Lil’ Uzi Vert’s jewelry (22:17), TV & movies, the Joe Budden Network on Patreon, P and Jose pick apart Bitcoin, the Dogecoin play (63:52), and much more.
The Bridge the Gap boys take this week to pick apart the Robinhood slander after the market last week (10:41), Kanye’s Sunday Service choir class action lawsuit (22:14), allegations of abuse against T.I. and Tiny, Dustin Diamond (34:51) and more.
Jose returns and the Bridge the Gap boys get into the passing of Larry King and others (13:14), a deep dive on markets, Gamestop, and market correction predictions (25:45), Jack Harlow (67:45), having a woman pay your rent (84:15) and more.
The first episode of 2021 finds P sharing why he won’t be celebrating his birthday (13:33), the guys give their take on the current American political climate, MF DOOM’s passing (59:45), some Kimye rumors, new music from Beezy Montana (83:32), Shawny Binladen, and much more.
On the last Tuesday of the year, the Bridge the Gap boys take on their plans for 2021 (08:08), some of their favorite verses, songs, and moments from 2020, Whole Lotta Red (43:45), the COVID-19 vaccine (62:20), a Hitman Fuego and Drew Swace project, and more. The official income statement for Bridge the Gap Podcast in 2020 will be available on bridgethegappod.com.
All four of the Bridge the Gap boys finally reunite and take this week to discuss headlines associated with markets (05:51), Super powers (24:07), what the guys are gonna do with their next stimulus (49:42), new music, Lil’ Wayne’s Young Money masters catalog deal (72:28) and more.
This week Mig comes back to share his COVID experience and the dog dad life (10:56), the guys speak on the cancelled Verzuz and the next battle, Whole Lotta Red and Mario Judah’s response to Playboi Carti (20:35), Man On The Moon 3, Mig and P give their review of the Clubhouse app (47:20), the ethics of flying women out (59:46), the quick return of the NBA, and more.
This week the Bridge the Gap boys discuss the Wall Street’s trading of water (11:54), P revisits No Ceilings 3, Jose discusses zodiac signs and toxicity (22:58), Funk Master Flex’s new body, HBO Max news (52:30), Chance the Rapper’s lawsuit, Teyana Taylor’s retirement (65:55) and more.
Due to COVID-19 the Bridge the Gap boys had to take some time away from podcasting. This week Jose dives into his experience while ill (04:31). The guys recap on the election results, Thanksgiving (28:09), loss and violence within hip-hop, Akademiks leaving Complex, the Gucci Mane vs. Young Jeezy VERZUZ battle (77:34), the 2021 Grammy’s, and much more.
Music producer, engineer, and friend of the show Hensley.Sg joins Bridge the Gap Podcast this week to discuss his transition to living in New York (9:21), working with Dot Da Genius and expectations on new Kid Cudi music (13:18) New York during the pandemic, new Busta Rhymes music (36:30), cancel culture, new Trippie Redd (73:40), and much more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the guys go over the #endSARS movement in Nigeria (12:21), the Supreme Court nomination, Dave Free’s departure from TDE (28:24), expectations for Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, whether time should be held the same for all artists, the Jeezy vs. T.I. Verzuz battle (42:55), Andre 3000 leaks, NBA Youngboy’s United Masters deal (57:47), Kanye’s Joe Rogan interview and much more.
On this episode: the 2020 Billboard Awards, Killer Mike’s banking venture (27:03), Diddy’s political party, new music from Benny The Butcher (52:30), PARTYNEXTDOOR, T.I., Young Nudy and others, Bubble concerts, new merch from the Podcast (92:20) and more.
On this episode: a slower news week brings about discussions on the NBA finals and the future of the league (10:50), the state of politics in America and a Kanye campaign update, new music (45:18), Cardi B and Offset’s public divorce spawns a discussion on relationships (55:05), a company on a path to change how music publishing is treated (70:54) and much more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the presidential debate (06:22), new music from 21 Savage (32:19), Jay Electronica, Westside Gunn and Bryson Tiller, The Savage x Fenty fashion show (58:50), a sports betting update, Miami in the NBA finals (71:12) and much more.
This week on Bridge the Gap Podcast the guys highlight special things taking place where they record (08:12), a climate-related clock in Time Square, Lupe Fiasco vs. Kendrick Lamar (43:15), the ethics of a Distrokid playlist payola system leads to a world where musicians set the value of a stream (60:55), new music (81:23), the Meg Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez story continues with Tory’s new album (100:15), the Joe Budden Network (...
On this episode: Friend of the show FGFigueroa joins the podcast this week to discuss dispensaries coming to Florida, the Breonna Taylor settlement (17:05), Kanye West’s Twitter rant (26:26), The Social Dilemma documentary (56:44), the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (79:40), turmoil with Spotify and Joe Rogan, new music (112:08), FGFigueroa’s experience living overseas (141:46), his preference for independence and self-reliance as ...
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