BBB EPISODE 3 – “True Detective (Season 2)”, “Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre” and “Straight Outta Compton” REVIEWS

In our fourth podcast (yes, FOURTH. Don’t let the number fool you), I, along with Ricardo Medina, head on down to the West Coast (it’s a state of mind, folks 😉 ) to discuss the second season of HBO’s critically-acclaimed crime/mystery series “True Detective”, the long-awaited studio album from legendary hip hop producer/rapper/headphones salesman Dr. Dre – “Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre” – and one of the best music biopics of recent years – “Straight Outta Compton”.

We had a lot of fun recording this podcast (despite the Sunday afternoon heat that we had to endure) and I hope that you guys enjoy it as much as we did. Click the link below to listen to it, and don’t forget to like/comment/share (at least one of these things will do) the video as well. You can also follow me and Ricardo on Twitter at @legallyblack and @Rmeddy respectively.

So before you get into your ’64 Impala to cruise the streets of your hood, please sit back, relax, sip on some gin and juice and enjoy the WEST COAST EDITION of Beers, Beats & Bailey. WESTSIIIIIIIIIDE!!!!!

– Matthew

BBB EPISODE 2 – Lil’ Dicky “Professional Rapper”, Drake – Meek Mill beef, “Rick and Morty” & “Bojack Horseman” TV show reviews, “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” & “Southpaw” movie reviews

In the third episode of BBB (Beers, Beats, Bailey) and the second three-part podcast in this series thus far, fellow hip hop head / TV show binger / film buff Ricardo Medina and I discuss the highly entertaining album “Professional Rapper” from comedian/rapper Lil’ Dicky, the beef between hip hop artistes Drake and Meek Mill, as well as review the hit adult animated sitcoms “Rick and Morty” and “Bojack Horseman” and the movies “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” and “Southpaw”.


PART 1: Lil’ Dicky “Professional Rapper” & Drake – Meek Mill beef



PART 2: “Rick and Morty” and “Bojack Horseman” TV show reviews



PART 3: “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” and “Southpaw” movie reviews



– Matthew