This week, Cher and James discuss the short film by Alan Yang for Jay-Z's track, "Moonlight" from his latest album, 4:44. In Open Call, Cher gives love to an children breakfast food, and James give his first "Anti-Open Call". Also, BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!
This week, Cher and James discuss black narratives driven by white artists, including Calvin Harris and the latest show development from David Benioff and D. B. Weiss of Game of Thrones. In Open Call, Cher talks about her love of a new summertime trend, and James talks about the latest from Tyler, the Creator.
Cher and James talk about cultural appropriation at music festivals while Cher is at the annual Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. In Open Call, Cher tried a new menu item at Taco Bell, and James talks about his new podcast with Gimlet.
Cher and James discuss problematic hip hop, in light of recent releases from 21 Savage and Jay-Z. In Open Call, Cher makes a redaction from a previous Open Call, and James talks up an upgrade to a childhood snack.
Cher and James are opening up your Third Eye in their latest Hotep Corner. In Open Call, the theme is "digital comfort foods", with Cher giving some love for ABC's Ugly Betty, and James gets lost in the Matrix with the latest iOS beta update.
Cher talks to James about her recent podcast listening, and they both dissect the "comfort" of the white male voice, and how a new podcast woke Cher up from her pod nap. In Open Call, Cher talks about a recent live show, and James shows some love to Roxane Gay's latest book.
Cher and James talk about making new friends as adults, and well, it's kinda hard. In Open Call, Cher rediscovered a favorite rom-com, and got a surprise in the mail, while James talks about a radio event he attended in Brooklyn.