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The HedRush brings it back to the grill again this week, as Fall has officially fallen. Co-hosts Spider Jerusalem and JB d'Mulatto serve up a little Bay Area Funk, a dash of New Jack rap, a little late '80s electro-hop, and a healthy slab of Carhartt and Timz anthems. The two of them felt a lil' punchy while recording, but still manage to wax poetic on a myriad of topics. They revisit one of the more famous hip-hop battles on wax, misleading album covers, and discuss failed and uncreative marketing schemes for established crews.

Head over to the HedRush blogspot for the playlist:

http://thehedrush.blogspot.com/2010/10/hedrush-podcast-episode-34-cold-gettin.html

E-mail any questions or comments to thehedrush@gmail.com. Become a fan of the show today. And tell a friend!

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It's time once again for another episode of the HedRush. This time around your hosts JB d'Mulatto and Spider Jerusalem are over the map. The pair discuss the golden era of independent hip-hop, the definition of nerd rap, and sipping on some sizzurp in the privacy of your own home. They display a lil' rare anger as they delve into outside agitators coming around where they aren't wanted and #$%@ing things up for everyone. And then JB tells a tale even working with one of the biggest rappers in the industry.

All that and banging tracks? What are you waiting for? Download the episode already! And be sure to tell a friend!

Click this link for the playlist:

http://thehedrush.blogspot.com/2010/09/hedrush-podcast-episode-33-fat-beats.html

And drop us a line at thehedrush@gmail.com if you've got any questions.

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After a brief hiatus, the HedRush is back with more hip-hop for your soul, featuring jams ranging from the fairly well-known to the quite obscure. When not playing the abundant heat-rocks JB d'Mulatto and Spider Jerusalem discuss certain rappers' duality, motivation, and capability to handle stardom.

Background music provided by Moe Money, JB d'Mulatto, Manifest Media, and Zinndeadly. Don't forget to become a follower, and tell as many friends of possible.

Head over here for the playlist:

http://thehedrush.blogspot.com/2010/08/hedrush-episode-32-keep-em-coming.html

And drop us a line at thehedrush@gmail.com if you've got any questions.

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Another episode of the HedRush going for your throat. This episode features an eclectic mix of the raw, the goofy, the downright weird, and the Canadian. JB d'Mulatto and Spider Jerusalem discuss how the talented always make everything look easy, and how the talented individuals maximize their potential.

Tell a friend and become a fan/follower today.

Head over here for the playlist:

http://thehedrush.blogspot.com/2010/06/hedrush-episode-31.html

And drop us a line at thehedrush@gmail.com if you've got any questions.

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With the newest episode of the HedRush features both rough and rugged tracks and choice upbeat jams. Hosts Spider Jerusalem and JB d'Mulatto discuss in-depth the misconception that "party rap" has to be dumb to be successful. They also reflect a little bit on life and death, as they discuss some rappers' dangerous habits and take a few moments to recognize and salute one of the fallen all-time greats: Guru.

Find the tracklist for the episode here:

http://thehedrush.blogspot.com/2010/05/hedrush-episode-30-of-boom-bap-and.html

Enjoy the music. Tell a friend and become a fan. And e-mail us at thehedrush@gmail.com.

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After a few episodes of flashing-forward, flashing back, and exploring hip-hop beef, the HedRush returns starts its next chapter and its second year in existence. And its back to its bread and butter: playing dope hip-hop from the '80s and '90s. In between all that classic material, Spider Jerusalem and JB d'Mulatto discuss religion in hip-hop, prominent artists' possible fear of failure, and the challenge of staying "current" while not sounding dated.

Check the playlist for the episode over here: http://thehedrush.blogspot.com/2010/03/hedrush-podcast-episode-29-next-chapter.html

E-mail any questions or comments to thehedrush@gmail.com. Become a fan of the show today. And tell a friend!

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For this episode, The HedRush has got the jazz. Your co-hosts dig into the crates to play some jazzy and funky grooves, mostly from the late '60s/early '70s fusion period of the music. There's even a little blues thrown into the mix as well. So sit back and enjoy the grooves.

Check the playlist for this episode at: http://thehedrush.blogspot.com/2010/03/hedrush-podcast-jazz-episode.html

E-mail any questions or comments to thehedrush@gmail.com. Become a fan of the show today. And tell a friend!

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The HedRush gets confrontational for its first show of 2010, as JB d'Mulatto and Spider Jerusalem delve into hip-hop beef. Rather than focusing on the well-known beefs on the past 25 years, the explore some of the overlooked venom that has been spit between rappers.

Your co-hosts discuss at length beef of all types: phony beefs, personal beef, beefs that they have with rappers, and beefs the have with people that pulled knives on them. On the non-beef note, Spider Jerusalem offers an apology to a Muppet.

Check out the playlist for this episode at http://thehedrush.blogspot.com

E-mail any questions or comments to thehedrush@gmail.com. Become a fan of the show today. And tell a friend!

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The HedRush got more soul than a sock with a hole, as your co-hosts go even farther off the beaten path. JB d'Mulatto and Spider Jerusalem go waaaay back, and delve into the crates to play some of the funkiest and grooviest soul tracks recorded during the late 1960s/early 70s. The HedRush cannot be held responsible for any neck injuries you may sustain while nodding your head, or bruises or contusions you may incur from slapping yourself as a result from these funky tunes. Seriously, if you don't get a serious Funk-Face going from listening to this episode, you may be dead.

E-mail any questions or comments to thehedrush@gmail.com. Become a fan of the show today. And tell a friend!

All background music provided by Zinndeadly (zinndeadly.com)

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The second part of our two-part episode that features under-appreciated tracks by under-appreciated hip-hop artists from this close-to-ending decade. Featuring more than a dozen jams by artists you may not be up on, but will be happy to learn about. Your hosts JB d'Mullato and Spider Jerusalem also converse on the zoo hierarchies, multi-cultural Muppets, and DJ gigs at houses of ill repute.

Check this show's playlist by rolling over to the HedRush blog, located at http://thehedrush.blogspot.com, the Podcast's home away from home.

Music supplied by Amit Sewak and Manifest Media music library (manifestmedia.net).

E-mail any questions or comments to thehedrush@gmail.com. Become a fan of the show today. And tell a friend!

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