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The Rap Recap

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Revisit some of the most classic (⁉️) works of rap with Tanner & Tully! Each episode, the two will be joined by special guests and together they will pay homage and breakdown hip-hop albums that have stood the test of time.‬

Latest Episodes

Ep. 7 Lupe Fiasco's The Cool

EInfin8 Prime of Prime Society comes on the show to talk Lupe Fiasco's The Cool. To start the episode, Infin8 tells the story of which album he almost bought instead of The Cool and explains why it was such a pivotal moment in his music career. Tully then gets into the impact the album had on his MySpace page before the gang discusses why Lupe never lived up to his full potential.

38 MIN2019 MAY 14
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Ep. 7 Lupe Fiasco's The Cool

Ep. 6 Watching Movies with the Sound Off

EIn a tough episode, Tanner and Tully discuss the legacy of the late, great Mac Miller while going over his second studio album, Watching Movies with the Sound Off. The two talk about the day of June 18th, 2013: a historic date in hip-hop that marked the release of Watching Movies, Born Sinner, and Yeezus. They also go over the significance of Loaded Lux's surprise appearance on Red Dot Music right after Tully compares Action Bronson to truffle oil?

37 MIN2019 MAY 1
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Ep. 6 Watching Movies with the Sound Off

Ep. 5 The Blueprint

ERapper Anileator comes back to join Tanner and Tully for a deep dive on The Blueprint by Jay-Z. Together, they go over the methods they used to listen to the album, question whether they believe the legend Jay-Z wrote all of the lyrics in two days, and have a conversation about the song that might keep the album from being a classic.

32 MIN2019 APR 12
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Ep. 5 The Blueprint

Ep. 4 The Chronic

EStand-up comedians Reece Muniz and Luis Alvarez came through to the studio along with rapper Anileator to do The Rap Recap's first 90's album: The Chronic by Dr. Dre. The four of them have some laughs over the questionable content found within the album, discuss Snoop Dogg's breakout showing, and debate where The Chronic ranks in the pantheon of west coast rap classics.

26 MIN2019 APR 2
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Ep. 4 The Chronic

Ep. 3 Get Rich or Die Tryin'

EFormer UNLV football standout, Brian Keyes (aka "Keezy"), comes on the show to chop it up with Tanner and Tully. On this episode, the trio revisits 50 Cent's iconic debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin'. During the show, they make the case for it being the best gangsta rap album of all-time, argue over the amount of features an artist should have on an album, and discuss 50 Cent's impact on the mixtape game.

36 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Ep. 3 Get Rich or Die Tryin'

Ep. 2 The College Dropout

EJ. Reid Prime of Prime Society returns to the show to talk The College Dropout, Kanye West's debut album. The conversations range from Jay-Z's iconic performance on Never Let Me Down, the legendary skits, the unlikely and improbable winner of the album, and an Aretha Franklin rant (?) before diving into an important question: do any of them still believe in Kanye?

45 MIN2019 MAR 15
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Ep. 2 The College Dropout

Ep. 1 Take Care

ETanner and Tully are joined by J. Reid Prime of Prime Society, A.J., and Chavo to discuss Drake's second studio album, Take Care. Together they debate who won the album, which songs have aged the best and the worst, and where the album ranks among Drake's discography - among other things.

56 MIN2019 MAR 6
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Ep. 1 Take Care
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Latest Episodes

Ep. 7 Lupe Fiasco's The Cool

EInfin8 Prime of Prime Society comes on the show to talk Lupe Fiasco's The Cool. To start the episode, Infin8 tells the story of which album he almost bought instead of The Cool and explains why it was such a pivotal moment in his music career. Tully then gets into the impact the album had on his MySpace page before the gang discusses why Lupe never lived up to his full potential.

38 MIN2019 MAY 14
Comments
Ep. 7 Lupe Fiasco's The Cool

Ep. 6 Watching Movies with the Sound Off

EIn a tough episode, Tanner and Tully discuss the legacy of the late, great Mac Miller while going over his second studio album, Watching Movies with the Sound Off. The two talk about the day of June 18th, 2013: a historic date in hip-hop that marked the release of Watching Movies, Born Sinner, and Yeezus. They also go over the significance of Loaded Lux's surprise appearance on Red Dot Music right after Tully compares Action Bronson to truffle oil?

37 MIN2019 MAY 1
Comments
Ep. 6 Watching Movies with the Sound Off

Ep. 5 The Blueprint

ERapper Anileator comes back to join Tanner and Tully for a deep dive on The Blueprint by Jay-Z. Together, they go over the methods they used to listen to the album, question whether they believe the legend Jay-Z wrote all of the lyrics in two days, and have a conversation about the song that might keep the album from being a classic.

32 MIN2019 APR 12
Comments
Ep. 5 The Blueprint

Ep. 4 The Chronic

EStand-up comedians Reece Muniz and Luis Alvarez came through to the studio along with rapper Anileator to do The Rap Recap's first 90's album: The Chronic by Dr. Dre. The four of them have some laughs over the questionable content found within the album, discuss Snoop Dogg's breakout showing, and debate where The Chronic ranks in the pantheon of west coast rap classics.

26 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
Ep. 4 The Chronic

Ep. 3 Get Rich or Die Tryin'

EFormer UNLV football standout, Brian Keyes (aka "Keezy"), comes on the show to chop it up with Tanner and Tully. On this episode, the trio revisits 50 Cent's iconic debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin'. During the show, they make the case for it being the best gangsta rap album of all-time, argue over the amount of features an artist should have on an album, and discuss 50 Cent's impact on the mixtape game.

36 MIN2019 MAR 26
Comments
Ep. 3 Get Rich or Die Tryin'

Ep. 2 The College Dropout

EJ. Reid Prime of Prime Society returns to the show to talk The College Dropout, Kanye West's debut album. The conversations range from Jay-Z's iconic performance on Never Let Me Down, the legendary skits, the unlikely and improbable winner of the album, and an Aretha Franklin rant (?) before diving into an important question: do any of them still believe in Kanye?

45 MIN2019 MAR 15
Comments
Ep. 2 The College Dropout

Ep. 1 Take Care

ETanner and Tully are joined by J. Reid Prime of Prime Society, A.J., and Chavo to discuss Drake's second studio album, Take Care. Together they debate who won the album, which songs have aged the best and the worst, and where the album ranks among Drake's discography - among other things.

56 MIN2019 MAR 6
Comments
Ep. 1 Take Care
the END
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