Larry Mizell Jr. revisits 2008, a pivotal year in the rise (and fall) of Kanye West.
Larry Mizell Jr. revisits 2008, a pivotal year in the rise (and fall) of Kanye West. As a standout producer and Black icon, his gradual alignment with far-right ideologies has affected how we talk about hip-hop, Blackness, and mental health.
Joining the conversation are Martin Douglas, Stas THEE Boss, DJ Yaddy, and Christy Karefa-Johnson (DoNormaal).
Audio engineering and production by Roddy Nikpour.
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