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Should We Care About How White People View Us

OOn Episode 28, Fu returns to the U Panic’d podcast to discuss if we should care about what white people think about us. Also featuring The Villain. Sheens and Gee have opposing views on this topic.

Sexual Intimidators and their Toxic Power Dynamics

exual Intimidators and their Toxic Power Dynamics In episode 27 of the U Panicd Podcast, the Research Team returns to explain sexual intimidators to Rome and Gee. It ends up becoming a lively discussion where we challenged social norms surrounding the power dynamics of sexual encounters.

Prison Culture: Interview with Georgia State Inmate

Prison Culture: Interview with Georgia State Inmate On episode 26, we interviewed Flipp, a Georgia State Inmate about prison culture and his attempted murder charge.

Closing Track by: P. Goods, “What If” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JUEK…

Discrimination in Hip-Hop Nightlife

On our 25th episode (Salute to our listeners), we discussed the difficulty with hosting and promoting Hip-Hop events, whether it be nightclubs, concerts, or other Hip-Hop related events. Joined with us was DJ Nexus, Sir Locksley and J-Walk for this interesting conversations around the business of Hip-Hop culture. Closing Track by: Vintage Lee, “Bless You”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiXIJ…

The Battle Rap Scene

On this episode we spoke with battle rapper, Sir Locksley and our Hip-Hop Analyst, J-Walk about today’s battle rap culture. We discussed which artists are hot right now, what leagues to follow, politics surrounding battle rap, and battle rappers difficulty with producing music.

We also shared our thoughts on Tekashi 6ix9ine.

Closing Track (EXCLUSIVE) by: Sir Locksley, “Space Base”

Black Panther Analysis pt2 Wakanda and the African Diaspora

In episode 23, we continue the Marvel/Disney’s Black Panther film discussion. We analyze the movie with our special guest, Mo by comparing it to the various comic book renditions of the Black Panther character and storyline, as well as compare the actions of Wakanda to what is going on currently throughout the Afrikan diaspora.

WARNING: SPOILER ALERT

Closing Track by: Swift, “Black America” https://soundcloud.com/swiffa-baby/bl…

Black Panther Analysis

On episode 22, we discuss the Marvel/Disney’s Black Panther film. We analyze the movie with our special guest, Mo by comparing it to the various comic book renditions of the Black Panther character and storyline, as well as compare the actions of Wakanda to what is going on currently throughout the Afrikan diaspora.

WARNING: SPOILER ALERT

Closing Track by: Jerome Clayton, “Juice” https://soundcloud.com/jerome-clayton…

Political Correctness pt2

In part 2, we continue this controversial topic of political correctness in the Black community. Erykah Badu was labeled “anti-semitic”and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was labeled “transphobic” for sharing their opinions publicly. Has political correctness gone too far? Our returning guest, Dre believes colleges are turning Black students into “victims” who hide in safe spaces and complain about microaggressions all day. Gee completely disagreed with this, and it caused a heated debate between the two on this episode.

Closing Track by: Boogie Da God, “I’m Hungry” https://soundcloud.com/boogiedagod/im…

Political Correctness Pt 1

In Dave Chappelle’s latest 2018 Netflix Special Titled “Equanimity ”, Dave said he stopped doing comedy once he realized Americas ears were “too brittle”. On Episode 20, the U Panic’d Podcast dives into Political Correctness with our guest Dre, from Episodes 2 & 11, and discuss if Dave has a point with his statement. Has Political Correctness gone too far?

Closing Track by: Sir Locksley, “INCREDIBLE” (Prod by. Flexxington Don)

She’s Gotta Have It (Past & Present)

On episode 19, we review both Spike Lee’s “She’s Gotta Have It”, the 1986 movie and the Netflix series, comparing both renditions of Nola Darling and her partners.

Closing Track by Ashante´ Nicole: Surrender (prod. by Kae Tea)

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