WR625: Bazooka Joe 204

Episode 625 September 27, 2021 00:52:57
WR625: Bazooka Joe 204
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Show Notes

A fantastic conversation with Bazooka Joe 204 (formerly John Smith) about his upcoming ‘Prairie Nilsson’ release, the resurgence of interest in (and activity from) Peanuts and Corn Records, respecting hip-hop’s roots, and so much more!

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