Episode 216

January 27, 2022

01:30:48

#216 - YoungBoy NBA's "Colors", Miles Kane, Yard Act

#216 - YoungBoy NBA's "Colors", Miles Kane, Yard Act
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On the 216th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Colors" by YoungBoy Never Broke Again, "Change the Show" by Miles Kane, and "The Overload" by Yard Act.

Is "When We Were Young" the next Fyre Festival? Gunna is Pushin Parks. Ye begins WESTWORLD 2022 by punching a fan, posting a skinned monkey, threatening Netflix, and maybe meeting with Putin. The Colors review. A major rapper brings Morgan Wallen makes a surprise appearance at MLK Freedom Fest. Vic Mensa is arrested, and Ozzy Osbourne is hit with a crypto scam. The Change the Show review. Cardi B steps up for the Bronx, Brockhampton quits, and Young Dolph's suspected killers are captured. The Overload review. Kodak Black promises he wasn't getting busy at a hockey game, old music takes over, the Grammys are moving, and RIP to Meatloaf. 

 

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