AR #113: Dig deep

AR #113

Malcolm is in studio with Meriem Tazi for a podcast about the shows production and theme song, Hollywood movie remakes, cape fashion and Sex Fear. Plus, a look at why Muslim lives matter and a review of two films, Poltergeist and Stir Crazy.


Opening theme: Produced by Gaz the Rapper

Other samples used:

Closing theme produced by: PassionHiFi

Music clip

Top Billin – Audio Two

Film Clip

Stir Crazy  (1980)

Columbia Pictures

American Riddle Voicemail

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AR #112: Definition

AR #112

Malcolm rambles about Hip Hop, nicknames, Rap music, and why he doesn’t participate in outdoor activities like the Slip-n-Slide, Zombie Runs and Zip Lining. Plus, a rant about gym etiquette and a review of the movie Mad Max Fury Road and the TV mini series, Our World War.

Music produced by:

Passion HiFi:

Referenced Links:

AR #111: Undisputed

AR #111 3

Malcolm and Meriem Tazi are in studio for a podcast about the new American Riddle hotline, working out, another Tommy Lee Jones movie, and the birth of the future KRS-ONE & Tom Cruise Podcast.  Plus, another episode of A Flintstone’s Paradise.

Music produced by:

Passion HiFi:

AR #110: Nobody is Safe

AR #110

Malcolm has an on air melt down followed by a call from a Pimp named Showtime Supreme to talk about Jamie Foxx singing the national anthem and Denzel Washington’s look from the Mayweather Pacquiao fight.  Plus, a review of two movies, Maggie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and The Homesman starring Tommy Lee Jones.

Movie Trailers


The Homesman

Music produced by

Passion HiFi:



AR #109: Breakin’ It Down

AR #109

Political and Media Consultant Sam Riddle calls in for a podcast about what’s going on in Baltimore, Detroit, and the State of Michigan. He also gives his prediction for the Mayweather Pacquiao fight.  Plus, Malcolm rambles about podcast woes and reviews two movies, Little Boy and Kid Cannabis.


Old School Electro NYC 2 – Kowboywak via YouTube

The Style You Haven’t Done Yet – Boogie Down Productions

News Clip

CNN – Anderson Cooper – Toya Graham Interview via YouTube

Movie Clip

Blow – 2001 New Line Cinema

White Man’s Burden – 1995 A Band Apart/HBO

Honorary Shout Out

Johnny Noodle King

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AR #108: I Don’t Know

AR #108

Malcolm rambles about working out, locker room etiquette, his state of mind, and the downside of technology. Plus, a look at three movies, It Follows, An American Werewolf in London, and Death Wish.


MC’s Act Like They Don’t Know – KRS-ONE

As You Already Know – KRS-ONE feat. Big Pun, Kool G Rap, & Truck Turner

Movie Clips

It Follows

An American Werewolf in London

Death Wish

AR #107: Chucktown

AR #107

Malcolm sits down with his friend Marc Anthony aka Red for a podcast about the many shades of being black, deciphering Rap lyrics, violent women, and karma.


Do Ya Wanna Funk – Sylvester

Karate Chop (Remix) – Future feat. Lil Wayne

Check’n Me Out – Def Squad


AR #106: Vectrex

AR #106

Malcolm is in studio with Meriem Tazi fresh of her trip to Africa. The two podcast about African culture, Emcee names, sagging underwear, artificial intelligence, and Gwyneth Paltrow. Plus, Malcolm introduces a new segment “A Flintstones Paradise”


Peace Frog – The Doors

Movie Clips

The Incredible Bionic Man

Ex Machina

Opening Music and Segment Music produced by:

Victor Strange

AR #105: The Map

AR #105

Malcolm sits down with his buddy Jeff Bryant for a podcast about wine, artificial intelligence, the shooting in South Carolina, Furious 7 and breast milk.


Hollow Moon (Bad Wolf) – AWOLNATION

Return of the Tres – Delinquent Habits

AR #104: Lost In Translation

AR #104

Malcolm rambles about the movie Wild Tales, Tom Cruise and the recent Germanwings plane crash. Plus, Meriem Tazi talks about her upcoming trip to Africa, Moroccan food, and snake pits.


Bochawa – Chase

How Not To Get Jerked – Boogie Down Productions

AR #103: The Corner Kid

AR #103

Malcolm rambles about having a big afro, Starbucks, the 80’s, Empire and the Six Million Dollar Man. Plus, a conversation about Hip Hop with Meriem Tazi.


Eric B. Never Scared – Eric B. and Rakim

Planet Rock (Instrumental) – Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force

AR #102: Do The Right Thing

AR #102

Malcolm is in studio with Meriem Tazi for a podcast about racism in America, French Fries and a look at the documentary 20 Feet From Stardom.


It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot – DMX

Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd

Survival Skills – KRS-ONE featuring DJ Revolution & Buckshot

Movie Clips

Do The Right Thing – Spike Lee

20 Feet From Stardom – Morgan Neville

AR #101: Edutainment

AR #101

Meriem Tazi and her lifelong friend Anick Bizimana join Malcolm for an in-depth look at the novel and mini series The Book of Negros by Lawrence Hill.  The three also talk about, education, women’s rights, slavery, community, Hip Hop, and the do’s and don’ts of wearing a cape.


Moshitup – Just-Ice and KRS-One

CoCo – O.T. Genasis

Build And Destroy – Boogie Down Productions

Movie Clip

The Book of Negros

AR #100: Evolution

AR #100

The show celebrates it’s 100th episode. Malcolm and Meriem take a call from his cousins, Michael Jefferson aka Mike J, aka Fred Stone and Randall Cooper. They chat about growing up in Flint Michigan, the early days of rap music, rock fights, and street Ninjas. Plus, Grandmaster Baba Taji Nanji calls in for a chat about the past, present, and future of martial arts.


Rock Box (Live) – Run DMC

Technicolor – Channel One

You’re The Best – Joe Esposito

Contact Info:

Grand Master Baba Taji Nanji


Phone: 770-621-2686


AR #099: The Tuesday Guys

AR #099

Tony Guida and Jeff Bryant join the show and talk about their time with The Washington Wine and Cheese Seminar and The Maryland Renaissance Festival. Plus, Meriem Tazi shares a Moroccan dish paired with 3 wines from Spain and California.


Roadhouse Blues – The Doors

Dirty Dog – Boo Boo Davis

AR #098: Scared of…

AR #098

A pimp named Showtime Supreme calls in and talks politics and Warren Sapp.  Meriem Tazi listens to Malcolm ramble about his teenage fear, seeing Rakim for the first time, and GAZ the Rapper’s demo, Impaired. Plus, a review of the movie NO NO A Dockumentary.


Jam The Box – Pretty Tony

Superfly – Curtis Mayfield

It’s Your Thing – The Isley Brothers

Impaired – GAZ The Rapper

Let’s Go All The Way – Sly Fox

Movie Clip

No No A Dockumentary

AR #097: Nincompoopery

AR #097

Malcolm Riddle and Meriem Tazi are in studio for a podcast about: Proper footwear, American Sniper and Hustlin’ in the suburbs. Plus, a review of the film A Most Violent Year and the new D’Angelo album, Black Messiah.


Can You Feel It – The Jacksons

Sugah Daddy – D’Angelo

Really Love – D’Angelo

Betray My Heart – D’Angelo

Cold Rock A Party – MC Lyte

Movie Trailer

A Most Violent Year


AR #096: Randy Holloway

AR #096

Malcolm is in studio with Meriem Tazi and Brandon Alter. The trio take a call from filmmaker/producer Randy Holloway to talk about his commitment to his art and the greater Detroit community.


My Philosophy – Boogie Down Productions

Follow The Leader – Eric B and Rakim


AR #095: Cap’n Crunch

AR #095

Malcolm’s buddy Greg Gilmore is back in studio for a podcast about the 2015 Oscar nominations, fashion faux pas, a look at the movie Selma and Predestination. Plus, a new segment is introduced called Tech Talk.


This Town – Frank Sinatra

It’s Over – RUN DMC feat. Jermaine DuPri

AR #094: Straight Outta Flint pt 2.

AR #094

Rico Phillips returns to the show for a talk about being a firefighter in Flint Michigan, Coney Island hot dogs, Bad water, and the Flint Inner-City Youth Hockey Program. Malcolm also reviews 2 films, Coherence and the Roger Ebert documentary Life Itself. Plus, a music review of The Return of Doctor Octagon.


Showtime – Shaggy

From Head To Toe – Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam

Our Operators are Masturbating – Dr. Octagon

Trees – Dr. Octagon

Al Green – Dr. Octagon

Dr. Octagon – Dr. Octagon

Eat It – Dr. Octagon featuring Princess Superstar

How It Used To Be – Ugly Duckling

Film Clips


Life Itself

Please support: Flint Inner-City Youth Hockey Program


AR #093: Desiderio Italian American Grill

AR #093

Malcolm sits down with “The Hip Hop Restauranteur” Rick Marrero owner of Desiderio Italian American Grill for a podcast about exotic cuisine, police brutality, Sony hackers, and Pimping. Plus, why it’s not cool eating ice cream from a cone.


Bochawa – Chase

Put It In Your Mouth – Akinyele feat. Kia Jeffries

Microphone Fiend – Eric B & Rakim


GQ’s Most Expensivest Shit with 2 Chainz

Featured Business

Desiderio Italian American Grill – 7960 Crescent Park Drive, Gainesville, VA 20155 phone: (571) 248-0660


AR #092: Ashburn Wine Shop

AR #092

Malcolm takes the podcast on the road and visits the Ashburn Wine Shop. Owner Sergio Mendes and Firefighter/Beer Aficionado Brian Anderson join the show for a conversation about micro-brews and the wine biz.


Ike’s Mood – Visioneers (Isaac Hayes)

Dirty Dog – Boo Boo Davis

AR #091: Gravel

AR #091

Malcolm is back after a two week break and is joined by Meriem Tazi for a podcast about wine business ups and downs, police violence, and an abstract look at locker room etiquette.


Ball of Confusion (That’s What The World is Today) – The Temptations

Hong Kong Phooey – Sublime

AR #090: Nolan and Co.

AR #090

Brandon Alter joins the show for a podcast about Christopher Nolan’s new film Interstellar. The crew also discuss films by M. Night Shyamalan, Paul Giamatti, and Jake Gyllenhaal.


Eye of the Tiger – Survivor

Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) – Journey


AR #089: Gravy

AR #089

Malcolm rambles about Halloween night and Thanksgiving deal breakers. Plus, a rant about the wine business.


Prelude – N.W.A

Simple Simon (You Gotta Regard) – Mantronix

AR #088: Connecting Dots

AR #088

Malcolm rambles about the wine business, shares stories about hanging with Joey Diaz and meeting Joe Rogan. Plus, a review of two movies, Fury starring Brad Pitt, and Locke starring Tom Hardy.  Also, an American Riddle Q & A.


The Ghetto – Donny Hathaway

The Ghetto – Too $hort

Get on Up (Disco) – Tyrone Davis

AR #087: Sam Riddle

AR #087

Sam Riddle calls the show to talk about the state of Detroit, Ebola, and the rapper Rick Ross.  He is a political and media consultant who currently writes a column for The Michigan Citizen called Detroit RAW.


Introdiction – Scroobius Pip

New York’s Finest – John Ottman

Hard Times – Baby Huey & The Baby Sitters

AR #086: King of the Nerds

AR #086

Malcolm is in studio with Meriem Tazi and his buddy Brandon Alter. The trio exam the many faces of being a nerd, comic book  films and television, Plus a look at Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck.


Major Tom (Coming Home) featuring Nick Valensi – William Shatner

Rocket Man (featuring Steve Hillage) – William Shatner

Just Call Me D-Nice – D-Nice


AR #085: Juggling

AR #085

Malcolm rambles about producing a weekly podcast, dirty feet, germs, getting old, and eating fruit.


I’m Your Captain – Grand Funk Railroad

Fopp – Ohio Players

AR #084: Skip Bedell and Andrew Katz

AR #084

Skip Bedell star of Spike Tv’s hit series Catch A Contractor calls the show to talk about the new season, working with Adam Carolla, and how to avoid being ripped off by a contractor. Later in the program Malcolm takes a call from Andrew Katz. Andrew is a artist from Annapolis Maryland known in the Hip Hop community for his paintings of Rap music legends.


Cool Fool – Edgar Winter’s White Trash

MC’s Act Like They Don’t Know – KRS-One

AR #083: Deodorant and Loogies

AR #083

Malcolm rambles about helping his son with his school project, picking the right deodorant, giving advice to a pre-teen and how to spit a loogie.  Plus, a rant about the music industry.


Scream Machine – James Morrison

Mmm Yeah – Austin Mahone featuring Pitbull

Nu Nu – Lidell Townsell and MTF

Virtual Insanity – Jamiroquai

House In Motion – Talking Heads

AR #082: Brian Bolter

AR #082

Malcolm returns to the studio and is joined by Meriem Tazi.  The two take a call from former Washington D.C Fox 5 News Anchor, Brian Bolter. Brian currently owns and operates two successful restaurants located in Annapolis Maryland.  Red Red Wine Bar and Dry 85.  The Trio talk about wine, whiskey, family, and following your passion.


Bad -Michael Jackson

Electric Worry -Clutch

AR #081: Sharks, Dolphins and Earl Cameron

AR #081

Malcolm’s life long friend Earl Cameron calls in and shares stories about:  Growing up in Flint Michigan, how to discipline children, picking cotton, picking pecans, and what he did the day his car exploded.


The Changeling – The Doors

30 Days – Run DMC


AR #080: Greg Gilmore Returns!

AR #080

Malcolm’s buddy Greg Gilmore returns for a podcast about television stereotypes, Internet privacy, and saving brain cells and air.


Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic – Isaac Hayes

Stuck In The Middle With You – Stealers Wheel

AR #079: A Tribe Called Riddle

AR #079

Meriem Tazi returns and sits down with Malcolm for a podcast about his Los Angeles trip, rude customers, and stashing porn. Plus, Malcolm answers listeners questions.


Rock Steady – Aretha Franklin

Juke Box Hero – Foreigner

AR #078: G. Charles Gilmore

AR #078

Malcolm sits down with his buddy Greg Gilmore for a podcast about social observations and complaints.


Connected – Stereo MCs

Rockin’ in the Free World – Neil Young

AR #077: Andrew Katz

AR #077

Malcolm and “The Hip Hop Restauranteur” Rick Marrero take a call from watercolor artist Andrew Katz. Andrew talks about his style of art,  inspirations, and shares stories about meeting Hip Hop legends, Mike D, DMC, Rakim, and Chuck D.


Shake Your Rump – Beastie Boys

B-Boy Bouillabaisse: A Year and a Day – Beastie Boys

AR #076: Terry Excellent

AR #076

Malcolm, Rick and Meriem take a call from Terry Excellent, a rising star on the social media site Vine. The crew discuss the power, responsibility and the impact of social media. Plus a look at the creative process in creating a Vine.


All Eyez On Me – 2Pac

6 N The Mornin’ – Ice-T

The Shiznit – Snoop Dogg

The Watcher 2 – Jay Z

Gz and Hustlas – Snoop Dogg

AR #075: Jill Bresnahan

AR #075

Jill Bresnahan star of The Smalls Family calls in for a chat about her role as Step Momma Smalls in the hit web series that is set in a sitcom format using lyrics of the late Christopher Wallace aka Biggie Smalls.

Bonus Outakes: Meriem Tazi and “The Hip Hop Restauranteur” Rick Marrero witness Malcolm have a meltdown in pre-production. The crew decide to play the on and off air clips after the podcast, so keep listening after the closing song.


The Symphony – Juice Crew

Fancy – Iggy Azalea

Rappin Duke – Shawn Brown

Karate Chop (Remix) – Future featuring Lil Wayne

Film Clip

Menace II Society

AR #074: Crazy Legs

AR #074

Malcolm, Meriem Tazi and “The Hip Hop Restauranteur” Rick Marrero take a call from Crazy Legs, the legendary B-Boy and President of the Rock Steady Crew. Crazy Legs shares stories about the early days of Hip Hop, “Breakdancing”, and the Rock Steady Crew, past, present, and future.


Old School Hip Hop Mega Mix – Old School Scholar

Dope Beat – Boogie Down Productions

AR #073: Antoinette & Dominique Landragin

AR #073

Malcolm sits down with Antoinette and Dominique Landragin, a father and daughter team who own 3 wine shops located in Northern Virginia, Washington D.C., and Bethesda Maryland. The trio talk about the wine business, growing up in Champagne France, and the challenges of running a family owned business.  Plus, a look at the Barkley Marathons and the Last Annual Vol State Road Race, a 500k marathon across Tennessee.


Soul Kitchen – The Doors (Absolutely Live)

I’m Your Boogie Man – KC & The Sunshine Band

Film Clip

Barkley 100 – Directed by: Brendan Young


AR #072: Side B

AR #072 Meriem listens to Malcolm talk about strip clubs, wine sales and upcoming guests. Plus, Malcolm rants about hipsters, casual clothing and gym etiquette.

Music I love Ma Guitare – Rinocerose

Slippery People (Live) – Talking Heads

AR #071: Pride

AR #071

The gang is back in studio after taking last week off. The show opens with: A wine tasting, Malcolm preparing his son for life, and getting ambushed selling Mangria.  Malcolm takes a call from his cousin Fred who shares stories about growing up in and outside of Flint Michigan. Plus, Malcolm rants about the Washington Redskins and reviews the movie Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise.


Can’t You Hear Me Knocking – The Rolling Stones

The Changeling – The Doors

AR #070: Nicer

AR #070

Malcolm, Meriem Tazi and “The Hip Hop Restauranteur” Rick Marrero take a call from Nicer, one of the founding members of Tats Cru, a legendary Bronx based group of Graffiti artist. Nicer shares stories about the evolution of Graffiti, Hip Hop, Rap Music, and his love for the art.

Film Clip

ESPN – 30 for 30: One Night in Vegas


Lil Ghetto Boy – Dr. Dre

Firewater – Fat Joe featuring Big Pun, Armageddon, and Raekwon

AR #069: The Second Mouse

AR #069 Meriem Tazi and Brandon Alter listen to Malcolm rant about his multiple jobs, filp flops, tender feet, and happy people. The gang also review the movie Godzilla.


On The Road Again – Canned Heat

We Are The People – Empire of the Sun

AR #068: Gala

AR #068 Malcolm rants about nude men in the gym, flip flops and the wine business. Plus, Meriem Tazi reviews Michael Jackson’s new album Xscape.


White Horse – Laid Back

Xscape – Michael Jackson

A Place With No Name – Michael Jackson

Loving You – Michael Jackson

Slave To The Rhythm – Michael Jackson

Once Upon A Time In The Projects – Ice Cube

AR #067: David Catalano – Emcee Vol. 2

AR #067

Malcolm and “The Hip Hop Restauranteur” Rick Marrero take a call from David Catalano, Director, Producer, and Creator of the viral internet series “The Smalls Family” -Set in a sit-com format using lyrics of the late Christopher Wallace aka Biggie Smalls the hit series gives a refreshing new look on the legacy of The Notorious B.I.G.

Music  Seven Minutes of Funk – The Whole Darn Family

Roxanne’s Revenge – Roxanne Shante

That’s The Joint – Funky 4 + 1

Mass Appeal – Gang Starr

Take It Personal – Gang Starr

Going The Distance – Bill Conti


The Smalls Family – Episode 1.  WARNING

AR #066: Emcee Vol. 1

AR #066 Malcolm sits down with Meriem Tazi for a podcast about more race issues in America, working with Adam Carolla selling Mangria and a conversation about the definition of a true Emcee in Rap music and Hip Hop.  The two also play four songs that showcase a true Emcee’s skill.


All This Love – El DeBarge

I Can’t Live Without My Radio – LL Cool J

Rock The Bells – LL Cool J

Respiration – Black Star

Mathematics – Mos Def

Elevation- U2

AR #065: Black and White

AR #065

Meriem Tazi listens to Malcolm talk about future film projects, time travel and a review of Fargo the TV series. Plus, Malcolm rants about race in America.


Cut Me Some Slack – Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear

Am I Black Enough For You? – Billy Paul

AR #064: Will Blagrove Returns!

AR #064

Malcolm sits down with Meriem Tazi and shares more stories about growing up in Flint Michigan with Prince legionnaires and exotic beeper messages.  Film and TV star Will Blagrove calls in for a chat about working on the blockbuster movie Divergent, indulging in celebrity perks, and the fame he’s acquired from his alter ego, Jackson Ellis from the video game NBA2K14.


Word Up – Cameo

New York, New York – Frank Sinatra

Do Me, Baby – Prince

Creep – Prince (Radiohead cover)


AR #063: Rule Number One

AR #063

Malcolm is joined by Meriem Tazi and Hip Hop Restauranteur Rick Marrero for a discussion about the state of Hip Hop and Rick Ross being called the new Biggie Smalls. The gang also discuss biting and why stealing someone’s rap style is often overlooked.


You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You) – The Notorious B.I.G.

Nobody (feat. French Montana) – Rick Ross

Shimmy Shimmy Ya – ODB


The Genius of Science -GZA –

Shake The Dust (Trailer)



AR #062: Motherf**kers and Pearls

AR #062

Malcolm returns for a podcast about street Kung fu, Ninjas and why he thinks Bruce Lee should be on Mt. Rushmore. Plus a look at: Save Our Podcasts Legal Defense Fund by Adam Carolla. Convincing Meriem that the podcast would look cool on UStream and the importance of proper attire and taking care of your feet.


I Know You Got Soul – Eric B and Rakim

Kung Fu Fighting – Carl Douglas

Redemption – Bill Conti

Wake Up – Rage Against The Machine


AR #061: Oscar Night

AR #061

Malcolm is joined by Meriem Tazi and Brandon Alter for an Oscar Night play by play. Malcolm also takes listeners phone calls.


Bongo Rock – Incredible Bongo Band

Simple Simon – Mantronix

Movie Trailer

Godzilla – Warner Bros. – Legendary Pictures – Disruption Entertainment – Toho Company


AR #060: What’s Next


Malcolm sits down with Meriem Tazi and Brandon Alter for a podcast about the future of American Riddle.


Back In Black – AC/DC

People of the Puzzle – D-Fro

Donuts with Dad – Bring Me Down – D-Fro

MI State of Mind – D-Fro

Z Diesel The Grind – D-Fro

That One Time – D-Fro


AR #059: Bojanglin

AR #059

Malcolm gives an apology to the people of Sweden, rants about the wine business, talks about some of his favorite TV shows and explores what it takes to be a gangster.

A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays – De La Soul
Do You Wanna Funk – Sylvester 
Double Dutch Bus – Frankie Smith

AR #058: Evolution

AR #058

Meriem Tazi listens to Malcolm rant about his gym, locker room etiquette and nude lunges. The gang also talk about celebrity boxing matches, finding Frank Vincent, being bullied and a tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman. Plus, a movie review of The Great Beauty.

Hold on, I’m Coming – Sam and Dave
Navajo Joe (main title) – Ennio Morricone

AR #057: Mason Pryor

AR #057

Stand up comedian Mason Pryor calls in for a podcast about: His road to becoming a comic. Life with his father Richard Pryor. Avoiding the pitfalls of fame and indulging in the perks. Plus, a look at angry comedians, brand building, and a wise monkey.


MC’s Act Like They Don’t Know – KRS-ONE
Hip Hop Knowledge – KRS-ONE

AR #056: Boom

AR #056

Malcolm sits down with Meriem Tazi  for a podcast about: Personal obstacles and trying to evolve. Celebrities that use the N word. A review of Dallas Buyers Club, and Malcolm pitches The Fly part 3 to Hollywood.


My Beat Goes Boom – The Egyptian Lover
L.A. Woman – The Doors


AR #055: Straight Outta Flint

AR #055

Malcolm takes a call from his childhood friend Rico Phillips for a podcast about: Flint Michigan, past, present and future. Plus, a look at old school rap music, hood ninjas and what happens if you drink too much Brass Monkey.


King Kut – Word of Mouth
Rappers Delight – The Sugar Hill Gang
Turn This Mutha Out – MC Hammer
Can’t Truss It – Public Enemy 

AR #054: Advocate

AR #054

Tony Guida joins the show for a wine tasting podcast featuring Three Wine Company. The gang also talk about  winemaker Matt Cline, wine and food pairings and the importance of customer service. Plus, Malcolm reviews Alexander Payne’s film Nebraska and shares a story about how John Travolta influenced him.


Staying Alive – Bee Gees 
Superfly – Curtis Mayfield 
Pusherman – Curits Mayfield

AR #053: Nipples and Clean Feet

AR #053

Malcolm sits down with Meriem Tazi and Brandon Alter for a podcast about remembering Michael Jackson, a review of the movie Lone Survivor and why Patrick Swayze movies shouldn’t be remade. Plus, a look at what’s hot on tv and what’s not.


Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough – Michael Jackson
Blame It On The Boogie – Michael Jackson
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Beat It – Michael Jackson
Goin’ Back To Indiana – Michael Jackson
Guess Who’s Back – Rakim



AR #052: Respect the Craft

AR #052

Malcolm and Meriem catch up for the first show of 2014! Malcolm shares stories about his nerdy ways and growing up with his grandparents. Malcolm rants about on air controversies and when celebrities apologize. Plus, a look at two films: Nightmare Alley and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.


Back Door Man – The Doors

What’s Up Fatlip – Fatlip

AR #051: Cassius Morris

AR #051

International podcasting superstar Cassius Morris calls in and chats with the gang about comedy, music, movies, technology and the power of social media. Malcolm also reviews American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street.


Back In Black – AC/DC

Eazy Duz It – Eazy E

AR #050: Fiddy

AR #050

Malcolm sits down with Meriem Tazi and Hip Hop Restauranteur Rick Marrero for a podcast about: Celebrating 50 podcast episodes. Trusting the right Barber, when not to wear flip flops, give high fives, and proper work attire. Plus, ghost stories and Malcolm takes listeners’ questions.


Young Black And Gifted – Big Daddy Kane

I’m The Man – Aloe Blacc

Eye Of The Tiger – Survivor

AR #049: Respect The Game

AR #049

Malcolm sits down with Meriem Tazi for a podcast about his love for gravy and Thanksgiving day deal breakers. Malcolm also shares stories about: Losing control of his car. Watching feel good movies and growing up in the 80’s with Eddie Murphy. Plus, a review of Spike Lee’s new film Oldboy.


Apache – Incredible Bongo Band

You’re The First, The Last, My Everything – Barry White

I’ll Take You There – The Staple Singers

AR #048: Capes and Cologne

AR #048

Fashion and Fragrance Guru Darwin Umanzor join Malcolm and Meriem for a podcast about:  What to wear and how to smell. A discussion about Malcolm’s obsession with capes. A  rant about  being used and people that can’t take pictures. Plus, a look at Mike Tyson Undisputed Truth.


Panama – Van Halen

Born On The Bayou – Creedence Clearwater Revival

AR #047: Duct Tape and Bacon

AR #047

Malcolm shares stories with Meriem about volunteering for Bingo night and embarrassing his son. A review of Robert Redford’s new movie All Is Lost. Malcolm rants about sea travel, being ready for anything and the many uses of duct tape.  Plus, a tip on how bacon can make you a hero and Cooking with Christopher Walken on YouTube.


Shotgun – Junior Walker and The All Stars

Saturday Night – Schoolly D


AR #046: David Schlussel

AR #046

Meriem Tazi listens to Malcolm talk about underarm funk, locker room nudity and his bond with lotion. Plus, Malcolm sits down with director David Schlussel for a chat about his new film Set Up Punch starring Elijah Wood and Alia Shawkat.


Victory – Puff Daddy and the Family featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Busta Rhymes

Tha Block Is Hot – Lil Wayne

Audio Clip

Bill Burr – You People Are All The Same

AR #045 Too Much Posse

AR #045

Tony Guida, Jeff Bryant and Meriem Tazi join Malcolm for a discussion about fellowship, anxiety, the impact of using racial epithets and the art of wearing a codpiece. The gang also opens and closes the show with an on air wine tasting.


White Horse – Laid Back

Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress) – The Hollies

AR #044: Will Blagrove

AR #044

Actor Will Blagrove calls in to chat with Malcolm about: What it takes to be an actor in Hollywood,  voiceover and the motion capture industry, working with A List celebrities and staying humble and the perks of being a celebrity. Plus, a look at Will’s resume, Grand Theft Auto V, NBA2K14 and his role in the upcoming major motion picture Divergent.


Black Betty – Ram Jam

Ghetto Organ – Jackie Mittoo


AR #043: You’ve Been Had

AR #043

Meriem Tazi sits down with Malcolm to talk about his New York trip, networking via social media, and meeting Matt Zoller Seitz author of The Wes Anderson Collection. Malcolm rants about racism in America, Bob Costas and the Washington Redskins. Plus, a review of the film 12 Years A Slave.


Double Dutch Bus – Frankie Smith

Plastic Beach – Gorillaz featuring Mick Jones and Paul Simonon

AR #042: Obstacles

AR #042

Meriem Tazi returns to the podcast and chats with Malcolm about the movie Gravity starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, how to survive in space, proper grooming and women with hairy legs. Plus, Meriem makes a commercial and Malcolm has an on air wine tasting.


Elevation – U2

Night Fever – Bee Gees

Love Muscle – Sex-O-Rama

KRS-ONE – Sublime




AR #041

Malcolm receives Breaking News.


Me So Horny – 2 Live Crew

Mary Jane – Rick James

AR #040: Reunited

AR #040

Brandon Alter joins Malcolm for a podcast about: Chinese, Japanese and Korean cinema. A look at Spike Lee’s upcoming film Oldboy. Plus, Malcolm breaks down an intimate scene from Danny Boyle’s film Trance and who he’d like to see play Al Capone.


Reunited – Wu-Tang Clan

The Day – Moby

The Man Who Sold The World – Lulu

AR #039: It Ain’t Easy

AR #039

Meriem Tazi sits down and listens to Malcolm complain about traffic, tattoos, and not being able to speak a second language. Plus, a review of Woody Allen’s new film Blue Jasmine starring Cate Blanchett.


Bongo Rock – Incredible Bongo Band

Posse On Broadway – Sir Mix-A-Lot

AR #038: The Glass Ceiling

AR #038

Meriem Tazi sits down with Malcolm for a review of two films, The Way Way Back starring Steve Carell, and In A World starring Lake Bell. Malcolm also shares stories about seeing stand up comedian Charlie Murphy, discovering new talent, and Rock Stars of the Wine Industry.


Play This Only At Night – Doug E. Fresh

Nutbush City Limits – Tina Turner

AR #037: Solo

AR #037

Malcolm does a solo podcast and complains about: The lack of clean public bathrooms. People that ask stupid questions, and what he hates about Japanese steakhouses. Plus, Malcolm answers listeners questions.


Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours – Stevie Wonder

Can I Kick It? – A Tribe Called Quest

Stuck In The Middle With You – Stealers Wheel

I Heard It Though The Grapevine-Live In Montreux 1980 – Marvin Gaye

Hear I Am (Come And Take Me) – Seal

AR #036: Soul

AR #036

Meriem Tazi sits down with Malcolm as he rants about public bathrooms, living in the suburbs and pop music. Plus, Malcolm talks about his fascination with inventor James Dyson.


Time Is Tight – Booker T. & the MG’s

It’s Your Thing – The Isley Brothers


AR #035

Malcolm receives some Breaking News.


Mary Jane – Rick James

AR #034: Showtime

AR #034

Malcolm’s buddy Bryant Hutter calls in to talk about pimpin’ with special guest pimp, Showtime Supreme.


Superman Lover – Johnny “Guitar” Watson

P.I.M.P – 50 Cent


AR #033: Growing Pains

AR #033

Brandon Alter and Meriem Tazi join Malcolm for a podcast about weight loss in Hollywood and buff comedians. A review of the movie, JOBS. Malcolm’s relationship with Muhammad Ali and Michael Moore. Plus, more stories about growing up in Flint Michigan – Fashion, A Fire Truck, and Washing a Pimps Car.


Sessions – Linkin Park

Glad Tidings – Van Morrison

AR #032: Enter The Boma

AR #032

Tony Guida and Jeff Bryant join Malcolm for a chat about: Collecting adult magazines, comic books and movie posters. Sleeping with your favorite Hollywood actress. Plus, Tony showcases his vocabulary, storytelling and joke skills.


Sledgehammer – Peter Gabriel

In The Jungle – John Williams

All Right Now – Free

AR #031: Ya Gots Ta Know

AR #031

Malcolm has a one on one with Meriem Tazi about the growing pains of producing a podcast, an in-depth look at what it’s like to be black in American and a review of the movie, The Butler. Plus, Malcolm shares a childhood story about Ninjas, Prince and Al B. Sure running the streets of Flint Michigan.


They Just Don’t Know – Gyft

Crazy Vibes – Selah Sue

AR #030: Revolution

AR #030

Meriem Tazi joins the show and listens to Malcolm rant about racial profiling, customer service, self serve soda machines, feet, and Slurpee’s. Plus, Malcolm answers a listener’s question and does a bad Jerry Seinfeld impersonation.


Can You Hear Me Knocking – The Rolling Stones

Baba O’Riley – The Who

AR #029: Real Pimp S**t

AR #029

Malcolm’s buddy Bryant Hutter calls in and chats about: The glory days of television. Life before Tivo and On Demand cable. Pimps, players, and pimp attire. Malcolm answer’s a listeners question about what’s his favorite Gary Oldman movie. Plus, a talk about the Oliver Stone film U Turn.


Five to One – The Doors (live)

Superfly – Curtis Mayfield

AR #028: Chaos, Connection and Boobage

AR #028

Bailey Fink, Meriem Tazi, and Brandon Alter join the show to talk about  Malcolm’s Persian take out order, Persian women and Puking. Brandon talks Comic Con 2013.  And the gang weighs in on what’s new at the movies and on TV. Plus, Malcolm answers questions from the listeners.


Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) – Backstreet Boys

Cold Rock A Party – MC Lyte


AR #027: A Stream of Consciousness

AR #027

Jeff Bryant and Tony Guida join Malcolm for a on air feast of 5 wines, 5 types of cheese, 1 Bourbon, 1 Scotch, and a whole chicken. Plus, a look at their history with The Washington Wine & Cheese Seminar and The Maryland Renaissance Festival.


Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant

Heart Of A Lion – Kid Cudi

AR #026: Only In America

AR #026

Meriem Tazi talks with Malcolm about the film Fruitvale Station and the harsh reality of growing up in the inner city. Malcolm rants about rappers infatuated with material things and how it influences the youth. Plus, a look at pimps, prostitutes, strip clubs and twerkin’.


Got To Give It Up – Marvin Gaye

State Trooper – Bruce Springsteen

AR #025: The Universe is talking

AR #025

Meriem Tazi joins Malcolm to talk about the power of social media, time travel and taking a deuce in the dark. Plus, Malcolm talks about meeting Adam Carolla and representing Adam’s wine at Paramount Studios.


Turn This Mutha Out – MC HAMMER

Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith

AR #024 Listen to Cosby

AR #024

Brandon Alter joins Malcolm for a podcast about the San Diego Comic Con International, the meaning of being Bernie Macked. Plus, celebrities with out of control egos and why people should listen to Bill Cosby.


Son of Byford – RUN DMC

Give Me The Beat – Ghostland Observatory

AR #023 Pupu platter

AR #023

Meriem Tazi sits down with Malcolm for a podcast about his use of duct tape, improper workout attire, minorities on the silver screen, and a rant about Man of Steel. Plus, a review of the movie This Is The End.


Major Tom – William Shatner

When you’re out of Schlitz -Schlitz Beer

Flava In Ya Ear Remix – Notorious BIG

AR #022: P.U.I. (Podcasting under the influence)

AR #022

Victor Mendes chats with Malcolm about the wine business, annoying retail customers, relationships gone bad, alcohol smugglers. Plus, the pros and cons of using a booze bra.


The Vapors – Biz Markie

The Excited Southerner Gets Pulled Over – Adam Sandler

Jackin’ Off – Richard Pryor

Feeling Alright – Joe Cocker

AR #021 The Cream Rises To The Top

AR #021

Meriem Tazi joins the podcast to talk with Malcolm about Hungarian winery owner Nimrod Kovacs and his visit to the US. Plus, Malcolm talks about his dream of being knighted, growing up in Flint Michigan and a rant on the fake Rick Ross the rapper, Paula Deen, and Matt Lauer.


Bad Moon Rising – Creedence Clearwater Revival

How Ya Like Me Now – Kool Moe Dee

AR #020 Bailey Fink

AR #020

Bailey Fink joins the podcast live from Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for a podcast discussion about social media wars, Instagram vs. Vine, comedian Russell Brand’s encounter with Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski. Plus, a review of World War Z and an in-depth look at the benefit’s of being tuned by a zombie, werewolf or a vampire.


We Want Eazy – Eazy E

Strictly Business – EPMD

AR #019 Brandon Alter

AR #019

Brandon Alter calls in for a podcast about the sudden passing of James Gandolfini. A look at Conan The Barbarian and Terminator films, past, present and future. Barbarian and Robot sex.  Plus, the evolution of Japanese anime and monster movies.


Woke Up This Morning – A3

Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey


AR #018 Bailey Fink

AR #018

Bailey Fink joins the podcast to talk about the new film, Man of Steel. Joined by Malcolm’s son Justin, get their predictions before and after the film. Recorded live from The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.


Believe It Or Not – Joey Scarbury (Composed by Mike Post and Stephen Geyer)

The Excited Southerner Meets Mel Gibson – Adam Sandler

Blue Moon – The Marcels

AR #017 Brandon Alter

AR #017

Brandon Alter sits down to have a podcast about why some films shouldn’t be remade. Smoking and drinking in society and on the job. A look at past and present comedic icons. Plus, a look at who Malcolm thinks is the most influential podcaster on the internet.


A.J. Scratch – Kurtis Blow

Children’s Story – Slick Rick

Commercial – The Excited Southerner At a Job Interview – Adam Sandler

AR #016 Meriem Tazi and Bryant X

AR #016

Meriem Tazi and Bryant X  joins the podcast to talk about Malcolm’s Adam Carolla connection, the days of VHS and bad 80’s movies, butt talking in the nude, the risk of wearing short shorts and wardrobe malfunctions. Plus, a look at Björn Borg’s influence on Malcolm.


Give It To Me Baby – Rick James

Mack Attack – Too Short

AR #015 Bailey Fink and Meriem Tazi

AR #015

Bailey Fink and Meriem Tazi join the podcast to talk about M. Night Shyamalan, After Earth, Will Smith, and The Church of Scientology. Plus, Parental advise on grade school crushes, Malcolm and Bailey have a dance off, and a look at filmmaker John Landis, Eddie Murphy and yes, Tom Cruise.


Do You Wanna Funk – Sylvester

The Man With The Golden Gun – Lulu

AR #014: Bryant X

AR #014

Malcolm’s buddy Bryant joins the podcast to talk about The Doors, Val Kilmer’s performance as Jim Morrison in the Oliver Stone film and drunken stories about Malcolm and The Doors tribute band, The Soft Parade. Plus, a look a podcasting under the influence of pot brownies.


The End – The Doors

Peace Frog – The Doors

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