Kyle and Joe read An Open Letter while spotlighting Watsky and Shockwave. Does this song that was left on the cutting room floor deserve to have been left in? Listen to find out.
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Joe and Kyle (A New Low) take their obsession with Hamilton to a new level, as they review and rank the musical song by song.
Joe and Kyle breakdown Usher’s version of, “Wait For It,” and spotlight the legendary R&B artist. The takes are hot and the passion comes from all angles.
Kyle and Joe talk their way through Wrote My Way Out, by Nas, Dave East, Lin and Aloe Blacc. This week they shine the spotlight on Aloe Blacc and Dave East.
Joe, Kyle and Yumeiyo share their thoughts on the song that closed…the film. They also shine a light on The Roots and Joell Ortiz. It’s the first FULL episode back and we are rounding into form.
After a “short” hiatus, The Ham Boys are back and they have news about Season 2 and what to expect going forward.
Joe and Kyle decide to go back and tweak their final rankings and they invite some friends along to help them do so. Until next time, we won’t be gone for too long.
Kyle and Joe bring you the final song of the play, (Fire the confetti cannons). They look into some of what Eliza was getting into for those 50 years. 46 Short weeks. It’s been a labor of love. Thank you all, and come back next week as we will re-rank it all.
Joe and Kyle near the end, but do not disappoint in the penultimate episode. The World Was Wide Enough for all rankings over the duration of this soundtrack.
Kyle and Joe breakdown this very short song with the help of many of our loyal listeners. We also read a couple letters written by Hamilton.
Joe and Kyle wear there respective hats as they breakdown this song and they ask their producer to change hats to help them delve deeper. Be obedient and listen immediately.