21 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes


About Hari Kondabolu

Born and raised in Queens, New York, Hari Kondabolu is a standup comedian and one half of the Untitled Kondabolu Brothers, a project/podcast he hosts with his younger brother Ashok Kondabolu, otherwise known as Dap from the electro-hip-hop group Das Racist. After earning a B.A. in comparative politics and a master's degree in human rights studies, Kondabolu applied these degrees as few graduates do, first as an immigrant organizer in Seattle, and then by appearing on television shows like Jimmy Kimmel Live and Live at Gotham. In 2011 he landed his first half-hour Comedy Central Presents television special, which was the same year that he and Dap launched The Untitled Kondabolu Brothers Project, an improvised talk show performed live in Brooklyn. The project became a podcast a year later, and in 2014 Kondabolu made his comedy album debut with Waiting for 2042, released by the Kill Rock Stars label. In 2016 he returned with Mainstream American Comic, an album that featured "mainstream" material such as "A Vegan Long Con," "Hilary, Bernie, and the Illuminati," and "White People Don't Like Being Called White People." ~ David Jeffries

Queens, New York, NY



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