Channel 10 Podcast is hosted by Singodsuperior and The Almighty A.R., two Baltimoreans with knowledge of and a passion for Hip-Hop. Each week we deliver intelligent discussion on Hip-Hop culture and current social issues, and we also bring you legendary interviews with some of the most interesting people in Hip-Hop. Previous guests include Schoolly D, DeRay McKesson, Egyptian Lover, DJ Booman, Gemstones, Joker The Bailbondsman, and many more.
ar·tic·u·late [adj., n. ahr-tik-yuh-lit] – using language easily and fluently; having facility with words
Given the dictionary definition of the word, Articulate is just that. This Baltimore-bred MC is a lyricist first and foremost, and his ability to manipulate syllables into meaningful, imaginative, powerful songs gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “having facility with words”.
Lyrical ability will only get one so far, however. Articulate’s skill set reaches far beyond wordplay. More than just a rapper, he is a true artist with knowledge of musicianship as well as the ins and outs of the technical side of recording. Artic uses this combination of skills to write, produce, arrange, and perform songs that break barriers conceptually and musically. His music strays away from typical commercial rap conventions, but still has a universal appeal. You have never heard Hip-Hop like this before.
Innovative, forward thinking Baltimore Club based instrumental tracks.
Vegan lifestyle meets Hip-Hop culture. Vegan Rap Nerd is for the Hip-Hop fan as well as those who have or are interested in having a plant based diet. Vegan Rap Nerd is about entertainment, knowledge, health, fitness, and spreading the why and the how of embarking on the vegan journey in a non vegan world.
The 29 Podcast is coming soon.
Time is central to everyday life. We struggle to get by, day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute. We set our alarms to wake up at a certain time. We precisely calculate our morning routines so that we are out of the house at a certain time and calculate our travel time to get to work on time. While at work, we eagerly await break time, despair at back to work time, complain about the fleeting nature of lunch time, and long for quitting time. Time is money, so we leap at the opportunity for overtime. Sometimes, our time at work interferes with family time, so we carefully calculate vacation time. We are told to spend our time wisely, as we only have a limited amount of time before the unpredictable moment of death. What is a moment anyway?
I write this on the eve of my 29th birthday, March 29th, 2016. This is an exploration of what is means to be 29, of leaving ones 20s and entering ones 30s–if it means anything at all. This is an exploration of the perception of time and its effect on our lives. For the next 52 weeks, this is the documentation of the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of someone trying to reach an understanding of it all. This is the 29 Podcast.1aa