On the 10 year anniversary of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaboration project ‘Watch The Throne’, hip-hop podcast “The What?!” discusses the impact of the legendary album
As we near the 10 year anniversary of the ‘Watch The Throne’ release on August 8th, on today’s new episode of “The What?!”, hosts Mouse Jones and Nyla “The Pretty Tomboy” Symone, along with special guest–former MTV journalist Jayson Rodriguez–discuss the cultural and musical impact the collaboration between Jay-Z and Kanye West has had over the last 10 years. They ask the question: “Is ‘Watch the Throne’ the best collaboration album of all time?”
From Charlamagne Tha God’s and iHeartRadio’s The Black Effect Podcast Network, “The What?! Hip Hop, Questions, Legends, and Lists” is a new original podcast in which each episode will attempt to get to the bottom of an unanswered question in Hip Hop.
About “The What?!”:
Each week The What?! poses an unanswered, yet nagging, question discussed in hip hop circles, barber shops and street corners; and each week the hosts Mouse and Nyla help you find the answers. Old school to new, “The What?!” got you.
About The Hosts:
- Mouse Jones: Host, personality, and social commentator, Mouse has made a name for himself on hip hop social media, podcasts and Clubhouse. Never one to bite his tongue, Mouse thrives on connecting and engaging with people and talking Hip Hop.
- Nyla “The Pretty Tomboy” Symone: At 23, Nyla has become the youngest media personality and DJ at New York’s Power 105.1, mentored by rap radio legends Angie Martinez, DJ Clue, and Charlamagne Tha God. She hosts Blendz and Trendz on Power 105.1, the focus is on rising hip hop artists.
About The Black Effect Podcast Network:
The Black Effect Podcast Network is a transformative network founded by renowned cultural architect, executive producer, bestselling author, and media mogul Charlamagne Tha God. In a historic joint venture with the world’s number one commercial podcast publisher, iHeartMedia, Charlamagne and iHeartMedia created the groundbreaking first-ever Black Effect Podcast Network, celebrating the most important Black culture-shapers on the planet—in education, politics, entertainment, sports and pop culture. The Black Effect Podcast Network gives rise to emerging and established content creators and storytellers whose perspective and creative vision have been marginalized and overlooked while serving an audience that has been underserved. The Black Effect Podcast Network helps its partners define their place in culture through influence, ideas, and experiences that engage, inspire, inform and empower.