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Where's My 40 Acres Podcast - Hip-Hop Radio And Real Black Opinions

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A No Holds Barred Production Put Together By 4 Friends Who Come Together Like Voltron by The Power of Ratchet Intelligence Once A Week To Drop Knowledge and Opinions like Proverbial Hot Cakes with Chocolate Sprinkles and Twinkie Cream Filling.

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If you have an IQ higher than 33 & speak English as a first language, this is going to entertain you

If you don't have to google any of the words I've used thus far in this review for "clarification", then you'll like this show. Brandon, Deidre (I hope I spelled that correctly) Toine, and Mike are all musical connoisseurs who've taken their time and their talents to weigh in on what's happening in the world of hip hop. This is not a show for the weak hearted. This is not a show for supposed men who make insults about someone's mom to hide their own closeted sexuality. And if your grasp of the English language can barely rival Wocka Flocka Flame's, do NOT listen to this show. It will make your heard hurt, and most of all the truth that you hear being doled out generously here will only serve to hurt your already fledgling pride. But if you're a real hip-hop head, one who respects the roots of hip-hop and is excited about where hip-hop is going, listen to this podcast. It was meant for you, sir or madam. Revel in its brilliance. Bask in its awe inspiring magnificence. Otherwise, you and your opinion can go join the rest of the ignorant world in non-relevance or seek out uniqueness in non-existence.


I rarely agree but always enjoy.

I'm Scarfinger Shepard and I approve this podcast :)

Phil lyrics says its a good podcast

Aye Phenom I got my new mixtape coming out. Self titled “Phil Lyrics the monsta killa money getta vol.7, dedicated to Deidre tit#es” I did 1-6 last week. Who you know that can do 7 mixtapes in 2 weeks niga? Phil lyrics the monsta killa money getta, that’s who. I’ma send you some songs. Got one song where I’m like, “ ya boy get money/ run up in ya spot and go dummie/ Spray Ak’s til my arms go nummie.” Yeah, I said that. And the niga shortie short stakes is my rap arch nemeses.

Actually, Phenomenal African American better known as phenom blak and his team of podcast killers (Twan, XMike(I know,I know), Diedre) got the music podcast game on lock. I’m glad I went with the 32g ipod instead of the 8g, because they keep the music recommendations coming. Lastly, Deidre I’m trying to see’em. What I got to do. Serenade you with the vocal styling’s of do right and kill everything, woo you with the poetic genies of Big Sean. If it comes to it I will get a job at subway.

Where's My 40 Acres Podcast - Hip-Hop Radio And Real Black Opinions
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  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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