Jon Cryer joins us from his home, discussing his career, how he’s connected to Serch, and his feelings about US politics. Tom Green makes a special surprise visit.
In case you missed it, Steve Grillo had Serch on his podcast and live stream, and surprised him with a special surprise guest—DMC.
We talk about the DJ Premier / RZA Instagram live “battle,” but don’t have a clip handy, so we’ll get back to that in another episode.
Three-time NBA champion and former NBA coach, Mario Elie, joins the podcast to talk about his history in the game, and how young players have gotten softer over the years.
Tom Green joins the show with stories from his former life as a rapper, as well as some fresh beats he’s produced, and he drops some lyrics he wrote for the COVID-19 quarantine.
Serch discusses his recent experiences with COVID-19 and is joined by guest Steve Grillo, formerly of the Howard Stern Show.
The first Hip Hop Novel and Album. A Novel / Album based on the stories of MC Serch, known as the best storyteller in Hip Hop.
For many years, I have been urged to write a book based on the stories I have told on radio. I have also been asked to make new music. I write all the time, 4 bars here, 8 bars there, but nothing that would cause me to focus on an album. I have recently been collaborating with a friend named Temper3000 who has been suggesting that it may be time to do a book/album. The concept is simple, but it has never been done. Combine an audiobook of my stories with a hot record that recaps the stories in each chapter. This would be the first in Hip Hop history; A novel that combines creative language and true events, with songs that echo the previous chapter and expound on it through rhymes and beats.
In order to make this happen within my limited availability and time, a traditional publishing arrangement wouldn’t work. I’ve launched a Kickstarter campaign, and look forward to putting together an amazing book and album.
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(KMD shirts have been sold, no more are available.)
Variety has named “Serch” one of five shows to watch at this year’s NATPE, and says there’s buzz to back the syndicated series.
“Serch” – Real people rely on rapper MC Serch to help solve their problems in daytime hourlong yakker from CBS and Tribune Co. Hilary McLoughlin, CBS Television Distribution’s prexy of creative affairs, says, “Serch has genuine compassion and is focused on resolution and helping the people who come on his show with their problems. He wants to set people on the right path to finding solutions and improving their lives.”
The planned four-week test in eight Tribune market is ending today after just three weeks, with expectations that it will be back in the fall, sources say. Through yesterday, the talk show averaged a 1.0 household rating and 2 share. Ratings this week grew 11% over the second week.