Rappers Over Thirty Podcast #18 The Underground Nation with Duke of Earl 

Episode Description
In this episode: Imp plays music from Big Al and Duke of Earl. Mr. Earl Martin is the special guest interviewee and the two discuss. His legendary interviews with artists like Dr. Dre, Run DMC, Ice T, Tupac, an Biggie Smalls. Duke shares stories about his hip hop cable TV show “Underground Nation”. Being mentored and friends with “Soul Trains” Don Cornelius, “Marvel and DC” comic book legends “Jack Kirby” and “Stan Lee”. Mr. Earl “Duke of Earl” Martin is a Hip Hop historian, cable tv and film producer, cartoonist, former Soul Train dancer, rapper, producer, DJ and the list goes on. 

The songs of the day are: 

“Neva Doubt The Big One” by Big Al 

“I Don’t Play with them Bitches” by Duke of Earl 

“Make Money” preceded by Duke of Earl 

“What you do in the Middle” by Duke Of Earl 


The quotes of this episode are:

“My father worked real hard. I admired him. My father taught me you needed to work with your brain and not your back. I’ve made that a passion” - Don Cornelius

“I don't have inspiration. I only have ideas. Ideas and deadlines." - Stan Lee

Book mentioned in this episode:
https://amzn.to/3tX04mo ("Back When I Didn’t Know No Better“) The Ghetto Wonder Years” by Joey Covington - https://amzn.to/3tX04mo (Buy Now!)

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