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The crew puts down the beer, picks up the mixed drinks and vibes out to dope tunes.



A rare weekday recording of the show, plus a super late Whitney Houston RIP set.



In our last -OTH episode before we hit 200, we spend an hour with Q-Tip, Phife, and Ali Shaheed. Yes, Jarobi makes an appearance as well.



Eric kills it yet again with the DJ duties on this episode!



Another year down. We expanded the lineup to countdown our top 25 songs this year, making for over two hours of podcast.



Another year, another mix of that fresh jazz courtesy exiled elf Big Zack Money Bags.



We have an extra schlong episode filled with bangers. This episode also includes a ton of laughs.



A straight hour of that gully. Them kids from Queensbridge: Cormega, Mobb Deep, Capone (of CNN), Screwball, a smidgen of Nas and More! Peep game!



McCabe has returned from Portland! As a gift of his return, he blesses us with that new school some dope music.



Don’t worry, our QB ‘Hood of the Hour is coming soon, but in the meantime we have this episode we recorded awhile ago, replete with a Heavy D memorial set.



Another Halloween passes us by, another Halloween filled with bangers!



After a brief vacation, the J. Pitts Show is back with them jams. Peep game.



Guest DJ Eric steps in on the 1′s and 2′s for this one. Good vibes as always.



A full hour chock full of jams by the man whose mother named him Prince Nelson Rogers. You don’t have to be rich to peep this episode. Actually if you have access to a computer with the internet and sound, you don’t need any money at all.



The tradition continues into its FIFTH year (wow). Pete and I shut up except for an intro at the beginning while you, the listener, are serenaded with instrumentals.



Yep, that’s right. Pete, Jerome, Eric and J. Pitts have been at it for five years now. We take a few moments to reflect on our accomplishments, then get right back into the bangers.



It has been a damn long time since we had a regular episode. We play a ton of banging sets, one of which is our belated Amy Winehouse set.



The “epilogue” of our Best of the 90′s set is chock-filled with indie rock as selected by Chris Flyer. Peep game!