Joe and Kyle go in depth on Andra Day’s cover of Burn. They give their analysis on the song and Kyle takes a look into her career. This is a good and funny episode, you don’t want to miss.
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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.
The Ham Boys, Kyle, Joe and Yumeiyo come together to tell you their thoughts on this cut song performed by Dessa, “Congratulations.”
This week Joe and Kyle give you a double feature tackling the !llmind produced, “Take A Break (Interlude),” and the Jill Scott reimagined, “Say Yes To This.” They give their thoughts and rankings on these two songs and spotlight both artist. Say Yes, To This episode.
Kyle and Joe gives their thoughts on the cover of, “Helpless,” by Ashanti and Ja Rule. Who thinks what? Who do you agree with? Let us know after listening to.
Joe and Kyle take a hard look at Jimmy Fallon’s rendition of, “You’ll Be Back,” and we talk about it for quite some time. Hope you agree with us!
Kyle and Joe are still a bit delirious after this weekends re-watch, but they solider on alongside producer Yumieyo who does double duty this episode. We cover every corner of this song so hope you enjoy!
Was this cover enough for you to forget the original? Well our rankings may shock you. Joe is on the road so forgive his spotlight, good thing Kyle delivers and we have a tipsy producer. I hope this episode will be enough to keep you laughing.
Kyle and Joe are joined by frequent Company contributor, Shannon to give their thoughts on, “It’s Quiet Uptown.” The conversation is quiet though as there are varying opinions on this song. Who do you agree with? Let us know after giving it a listen.
Joe and Kyle question whether or not this song deserved to be more prominently feature in the play, as well as if it is haunting or not. Yumieyo also weighs in on the Haunt or Not debate of this latest episode.
Kyle and Joe give their Rankings on this rendition of “Dear Theodosia,” by Regina Spektor and Ben Folds. Some fiery takes and artful discussion as you have come to expect from The Ham Boys.