The podcast

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