Introducing OC:OT

We are so grateful for all of your support for Overly Conversated so far! We’ve had some awesome guests on our DASH Radio show with some hilarious and insightful conversations. Well, staying true to our name, we wanted to have more conversations than our hour long radio show could handle. So we are introducing OC:OT (Overly Conversated Overtime). We promise more gems, more laughs, more life.

For our first OC:OT episode, we chop it up with LA’s own Trev Deshon about his transition from acting to rapping, his debut album “Stressin,” and the importance of having authentic people to support you. Check it out below and follow our SoundCloud for all the OT action.

New Overly Conversated Playlist: off the wall

Are you ready to get out of your comfort zone? Our very own Santino McNaughton aka Buttermilk Jeezus has expertly curated a new playlist called “off the wall” to expand your palate. The first edition features some rock-infused, experimental and raging gems from clipping., JPEGMAFIA, Death Grips and Xiu Xiu. Some may call it weird, but we like to call it cultured. Press play on “off the wall” on Spotify, TIDAL and Apple Music.

Watch TRISHES "Language" Video For World Refugee Day

Today is World Refugee Day and we want to share with you “Language,” a video by one of our favorite LA-based singers, TRISHES. The visual shows a day in the life of a refugee family here in America.

Watch as the family plays with their kids and celebrates a birthday all as TRISHES croons about how love transcends language. You might even spot a familiar face!

“Language” is directed by Jessica Lorenzo with director of photography Masaki Imai and colorist Marcos Jay Teno. The song is off TRISHES’ EGO EP.

Happy Birthday to Tupac!

Tupac Amaru Shakur was born on June 16, 1971. He grew up always an artist and blossomed into one of the greatest icons in hip-hop history as a rapper, poet, actor and community activist. Although he was born in Harlem and tried his wings at Baltimore School of Arts, he gave a voice to the West Coast that reverberates through culture decades after his death.

We made a special “Roses for Pac” playlist to celebrate the life and music of Tupac that you can stream now on Spotify, TIDAL and Apple Music.

"On Right Now" Vol.2

We present to you a new installment of our “On Right Now” playlist! This is a collection of songs the squad is listening to and that you should be too in order to become an elevated music enthusiast. There’s been so much good music released lately (IGOR, CrasH Talk) and we always want to highlight our guests. Press play on Spotify, Apple Music or TIDAL.

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Watch Thurz' "Long Live" Short Film Co-Starring Nana

There are music videos and then there are cinematic visuals. Thurz chose the latter for his recent single, “Long Live” produced by Jake One. The LA legend co-directed the short film with Paulo Berberan and it turned out to be quite the masterpiece. Nana plays a role in the storyline, so you know we had to support (besides the fact that it’s just a dope video). Check out our interview with him over on the Episodes tab and stay tuned because we just sat down with Thurz too! Episode coming soon…

Watch STIRFRYBOYZ "Sunday" Video

AROY Productions gift us with anutha one. Santino McNaughton and Jared Bishop shot the video for STIRFRYBOYZ’s fun song “Sunday.” The visual has a breezy summer vibe and a little bit of skanlessness. Join the trio on a journey to stay out of trouble!

Honoring Nipsey Hussle 💙🏁

It’s been little more than a week since Nipsey Hussle’s death and we are still processing everything, just like so many of you. We pay tribute to him with a playlist curated by our very own R33kz, who reflected on Naybahood Nip in a piece for Culture Honey. Stream “Slauson’s Finest” on Spotify, Apple Music and TIDAL.

We salute Nipsey Hussle for his extensive music catalog, including the Grammy-nominated Victory Lap and the landmark projects, Crenshaw and Mailbox Money, which he sold through his Proud2Pay platform for $100 and $1,000 respectively. Besides being a game-changing rapper, Nipsey was an entrepreneur who revolutionized what it means to be a businessman. Perhaps what we love most about Nipsey Hussle’s legacy is how he was a genuinely kind person who really cared.

The Marathon Continues.

Introducing Overly Conversated Playlists!

Overly Conversated is so much more than a podcast. We are excited to rollout the next feature of our movement, playlists! We love that we each have such a distinct taste in music and are grateful to use this platform to support artists that we really believe in.

We are starting out with a playlist called “On Right Now” available on Spotify, TIDAL and Apple Music where we each pick a few songs that are heavy in our rotation. Expect this to be updated frequently and stay tuned as we come up with new playlists so that you too can become an elevated music enthusiast.

Celebrating 20 Years Of Eminem's The Slim Shady LP

Eminem is a household name in hip-hop. Some consider him the GOAT. And it all wouldn’t be without his landmark album, The Slim Shady LP, released on February 23, 1999. After his 1996 debut project, Infinite, performed abysmally, Slim Shady made his mark on the industry with this project featuring his fiery flow and brazen lyrics that made us all look at each other wide eyed like “Did he just say what I think he said?” The Slim Shady LP had solid commercial success, landing at No.2 on the Billboard 200 and is now certified four times platinum. It was just a glimpse of what was to come. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Eminem’s The Slim Shady LP, check out our favorite selections below:


“Rock Bottom” prod. by Jeff Bass and Marky Bass


“As The World Turns” prod. by Jeff Bass and Marky Bass with co-production from Eminem


“My Name Is” prod. by Dr. Dre


“Role Model” prod. by Dr. Dre and Mel-Man

Celebrating Sweet 16 Of 50 Cent’s Get Rich Or Die Tryin'

Today, February 6, 2019, marks the 16th anniversary of 50 Cent’s groundbreaking debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’. This project made a huge splash upon its release, selling a whopping 872,000 units and skyrocketing to the top of the Billboard 200. It is now certified 6x platinum with hit singles “In Da Club,” “21 Questions,” “Many Men,” and “P.I.M.P.” all certified gold. Check out our favorite songs from Get Rich or Die Tryin’ below:


“Heat” prod. by Dr. Dre


“21 Questions” f. Nate Dogg prod. by Dirty Swift


“Patiently Waiting” f. Eminem and prod. by Eminem


“If I Can’t” prod. by Dr. Dre and Mike Elizondo


We heard you were Googling our selections, so we thought we’d make it easy on you and write out our lists from Overly Conversated Ep.1 below:


  1. Kanye West & Kid Cudi - Kids See Ghosts

  2. Quelle Chris & Jean Grey - Everything’s Fine

  3. Pusha T - Daytona

  4. JPEGMAFIA - Veteran

  5. Mick Jenkins - Pieces of a Man

  6. Noname - Room 25

  7. Saba - CARE FOR ME

  8. Vince Staples - FM!

  9. Earl Sweatshirt - Some Rap Songs

  10. Tierra Whack - Whack World

Honorable mentions: J.I.D - DiCaprio 2, Denzel Curry - TA13OO, 21 Savage - i am > i was, Playboi Carti - Die Lit, Nipsey Hussle - Victory Lap, Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy, Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar, Charlotte Day Wilson - Stone Woman, Sons of Kemet - Your Queen is a Reptile

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  1. Kanye West & Kid Cudi - Kids See Ghosts

  2. Vince Staples - FM!

  3. Jay Rock - Redemption

  4. A$AP Rocky - Testing

  5. Lil Wayne - Tha Carter V

  6. TDE - Black Panther Soundtrack

  7. J. Cole - KOD

  8. Mick Jenkins - Pieces of a Man

  9. Derek Minor - The Trap

  10. Flatbush Zombies - Vacation in Hell

Honorable Mentions: Meek Mill - Championships, J.I.D - DiCaprio 2, T.F - ErThangSkanless



  1. Nipsey Hussle - Victory Lap

  2. Kanye West & Kid Cudi - KSG

  3. Jay Rock - Redemption

  4. Meek Mill - Championships

  5. Noname - Room 25

  6. Mac Miller - Swimming

  7. Vince Staples - FM!

  8. 21 Savage - i am > i was

  9. Lil Wayne - Tha Carter V

  10. Lil Baby & Gunna - Drip Harder

Honorable Mentions: 6LACK - East Atlanta Love Letter, Travis Scott - Astroworld, Jim Jones - Wasted Talent, Swizz Beatz - Poison, Curren$y, Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist - Fetti, Lupe Fiasco - DROGAS WAVE, BROCKHAMPTON -iridescence, Buddy - Harlan & Alondra, Pusha T- Daytona

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Andrea (no order)

  1. Kanye West & Kid Cudi - Kids See Ghosts

  2. Pusha T - Daytona

  3. TDE - Black Panther Soundtrack

  4. Mick Jenkins - Pieces of a Man

  5. Tierra Whack - Whack World

  6. JPEGMAFIA - Veteran

  7. Jay Rock - Redemption

  8. Buddy - Harlan & Alondra

  9. BROCKHAMPTON -iridescence

  10. Vince Staples - FM!

  11. Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar

  12. Curren$y, Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist - Fetti

  13. Noname - Room 25

  14. Travis Scott - Astroworld



What’s good? Welcome to the home of Overly Conversated, a podcast composed of friends who live to discuss and debate on Hip Hop from past to present day. Find us on the Delicious Vinyl station powered by DASH Radio Mondays at 10pm PT (bi-weekly).

Much love and appreciation to all of our listeners and supporters. 🙏

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