You know nothing,
Jon Snow Tibbs.
(I had such hopes these 'Illmatic'-era gems and other similar demos/unreleased tracks might finally be included on the forthcoming 'Lost Tapes 2', but alas Nas continues to disappoint, leaving some of his best tracks to gather dust on the shelf while releasing newer, big name/pop ish.
Another thing that struck me about this episode was Thes being so (vocally) concerned with people getting upset by him voicing his views (from an "outsider's"/fan's perspective) but at the same time being so casual about offhandedly dropping highly opinionated comments ("I don't like 'Reasonable Doubt'").
Bit underwhelmed by the 'Breaking Atoms' episode TBH (despite being a big fan of Pharoahe's and him sharing some cool side stories). I guess I was expecting more personal insights into/in-depth discussion of the album - ODub, Rhodes and Monch mostly ended up agreeing with whatever the first of them said about something + then swiftly moving on to the next aspect. And is it just me or did anyone else kinda cringe at the mention of "heat rocks, bangers, fire, lava"? I don't really take issue with the terminology as much as if coming off rather awkward/forced (like they probably wouldn't use any of those terms in their own daily conversation.)
Really wish there were a more convenient way of listening to/streaming these as well (without having to download or use Apple Podcasts, etc.) - definitely prefer way Peter Agoston has things set up on 'The House List' where you can just peep everything on soundcloud with 1-2 clicks.