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!
Said in Black Thoughts voice… “it’s the pen-ul-ti-mate…” episode of our Best of the 90′s set. At this point, I don’t think there are any surprises with our selections. Just certified classic bangers from the decade that was.
You already know what it is! The third episode of five, we officially pass the halfway point of our countdown.
We certainly are crazy, aren't we? Episode 2 of the canon which is the Best of the 90's.
Here is the first of five episodes dedicated to the best of the 90′s. We start with #66 and get down to #53.
It’s them brothers from the east with them beats that be through, De La Soul is seven albums deep and still killing it. DJ Nice Rec blesses us with a good hour honoring the Native Tongues founders.
We recorded this one a while ago, but it’s just coming out now, apologies. The regular current hotness, some voicemails, and a Gil-Scott RIP set all in this episode. Peep game.
It was warm out, we barbecued, we drank, we listened to dope music and recorded a podcast. We also talked about the old Teen NBC sitcom City Guys. Let's go!
The fourth installment of the R&B Showcase focuses on 80's that eighties rhythm and blues. Yo this episode goes so hard!
An hour plus of Houston powerhouse headed by J. Prince. Lots of Geto Boys and Devin the Dude on this one so peep game!
Here is an episode chock full of that new hotness, and Justin gives his brief opinion of Wrestlemania.