The Personal Party Podcast

The Personal Party Podcast

The Personal Party Podcast is catered to Hip-Hop elitist and 420 culture. Join Harlem rap legend Smoke DZA and his co-host Show Broadway as they debate, discuss and banter about what moves the culture. Each week, the guys are joined by a broad panel of guests, with past panelists including Joey Badass, Wiz Khalifa, Westside Gunn, and Benny the Butcher just to name a few.

Episodes

September 20, 2023 100 mins
On this week’s episode of The Personal Party Podcast, Smoke DZA explains drink etiquette (3:24), Show’s infamous One Fish, Two Fish story (5:50), and a special giveaway announcement coming very soon (15:30), so stay tuned! Then, an intense Spanish versus Jamaican food debate ensues (17:23), the homies recap their eventful weekend (27:47), and they describe the different barbershop experiences (30:25). Later, Show Broadway walks out...
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In episode 72 of The Personal Party Podcast, the gang is back at it with another cult classic. Show Broadway breaks down how his Instagram was removed (5:32), his infatuation with Sexyy Red (21:42), they harken back on life as they get older (33:50), and a Snowfall finale recap (42:30). Also, the fellas express their opinion on artists willingly sharing unnecessary information on media platforms (47:35), Trump’s new infamous mugsho...
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This week’s episode of The Personal Party Podcast welcomes Hip Hop Royalty, JoJo Simmons. JoJo relives his New York City College experiences on campus (3:58), Harlem being a huge influence on his upbringing (7:56), and meeting one of the best directors ever, Hype Williams (10:30). JoJo tells a hilarious Run’s House behind-the-scenes story (11:40), life-changing benefits of Run’s House (24:56), and potential Kodak/21 Savage verzuz m...
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In this week’s episode of The Personal Party Podcast, one of the most legendary artists of our generation Talib Kweli stops by. They get into the Golden Era of Hip Hop, writing many paper assignments that helped transition his talents to artistry (4:00), his first job after dropping out of NYU (7:25), and how did Blackstar's name come about? (12:50). Talib speaks on the influential musical melting pot that is Fort Greene (15:30), u...
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On episode 066, legendary artists Beanie Sigel & Freeway slide through The Personal Party Podcast for a classic episode. Beanie recalls meeting Freeway during a rap battle (4:30), they discuss the classic Hot97’s Roc-A-Fella freestyle (20:30), and details about the “1-900-Hustler “studio session (37:45). Then, Beanie revisits his first impression of Lyor Cohen (44:00), If Freeway has any regrets about the Cassidy rap battle (48:27)...
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This week on The Personal Party Podcast Episode 064, host Rob Markman speaks about his experiences as a journalist & VP of Content Strategy at Genius. As an up-and-coming hip hop journalist, Rob first reviewed Jadakiss' album (13:00), goes over working on some classic XXL covers (20:30), as well as explains why one rap group disagreed with his article (33:15). Next, Rob explains “media is just an extension of the culture” (37:30), ...
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In episode 063, Legendary Hip Hop Artist and Top Five MC Dead or Alive, Jadakiss sit down with The Personal Party Podcast for an in-depth conversation. Jadakiss' upcoming in Yonkers, NY, and meeting The LOX/Mary J. Blige (6:15), when Suge Knight inquired about signing The LOX to Death Row Records (9:20), and studio memories with Notorious BIG (14:20). Also, Jadakiss names the best posse cuts of all time (25:55) and discusses the di...
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In episode 061, The Podfather Joe Budden sat down with The Personal Party Podcast for a pivotal conversation. Joe kicks off with the importance of Mood Muzik 2 & meeting Stack Bundles (4:45), whether Joe forecasted the growth of live stream (14:35), and lists his favorite Rap Cyphers (16:30). Also, Joe describes the opportunity to transition away from Hip Hop (18:20), briefly speaks on the Slaughterhouse debacle (21:00), and discus...
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Episode 060 of The Personal Party Podcast has Big Krit come through for a classic dialogue. Krit shares meeting Smoke and Johnny Shipes on his first visit to NYC (5:55), the creation of legendary Krit records (15:30), becoming a baseball athlete (25:23) and which athlete represents Krit’s musician ship (29:45). The Personal Party get into Big Krit’s view towards Hip Hop coming from Mississippi (32:55), Memphis Bleek reaching out an...
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On episode 059 of The Personal Party Podcast, we sit with The Fresh Prince of New York-designer-curator and party-thrower, 40oz Van. First, the guys dive into how 40oz Van reinvigorated Tumblr (4:10), the infamous 40oz Bounce Parties (6:28), and whether the NYC club scene is dead (10:54). Discussed his first business venture designing hats (15:12), how 40oz Van went from selling clothing to being an A&R at a music label (17:40), th...
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Special guest, and artist Da$H pulls up to The Personal Party Podcast for episode 59. Da$H recollects on his Roc-A-Fella experience as a young kid (7:51), stealing beats from MySpace to jumpstart his rap career (10:42) and tours with DD172 media collective (14:12). Then, Da$H clears the air on Retch (17:15), describes a never before told story featuring Dame Dash (27:35), and how the V.I.C.E.S album came about (33:35). Later, Da$H ...
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On Episode 57, Mouse Jones pulls up to The Personal Party Podcast discussing his early beginnings, hip hop, wrestling and many more. The Personal Party talks about Sports betting in moderation (9:01), the phenomenon of “Trap Karaoke” (16:30), and how significant aligning social media to your brand is (34:30). Also, Mouse’s decision to enlist in the Navy (39:00), his reason as to why he may endure online conflict (46:35), and questi...
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Harlem, NY’s own, producer Ron Browz sits down with The Personal Party Podcast for episode 55. Browz speaks on the origin of Uptown Kids (4:09), how Big L’s “Ebonics” beat placement came about (6:40), and somehow, Ether instrumental was originally meant for Jay Z (18:30). Recall hilarious yet dangerous story featuring Remy Ma (20:29), discusses former riffs between Murda Mook & Jae Millz (23:45), and deciphers transitioning from a ...
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On episode 55, radio personality DJ Self kicked it with The Personal Party Podcast for a classic one for the books. DJ Self reflects on his upbringing in Brooklyn, NY (3:30), being employed as Mos Def’s DJ for Rawkus Records (7:05) and recollects his very first paycheck from the music industry (11:05). DJ Self describes his transition from rocking turntables to radio hosting (19:00), he further explains the undertone of beef betwee...
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On episode 54, The Personal Party Podcast sits down with journalist Brian B. Dot Miller and speak on everything from Hip Hop, wrestling and plenty more. They discuss Brian’s journalism emergence (4:45), Will Smith’s one of Rap Radar’s favorite interviews to shoot (20:32) and his most uncomfortable interview to date? (28:00). The Personal Party gets into B. Dot’s controversial annual year end rap up lists (35:35), thoughts on NY dri...
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