Episode 139: The de/evolution and future of hip hop with Mugzy

We talk to Australian hip hop artist Mugzy about where hip hop has been, where hip hop is, and where he hopes hip hop will go, with a focus on bringing the party and politics back to the genre. There might also be some talk about Australia’s giant spiders.


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