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Black Thought Capped Off A Great 2017 With A 10 Minute Freestyle On Hot 97

Black Thought is a talented man. He’s the lead singer of The Roots, one of the most gifted and influential hip hop bands in music history. As lead singer of the The Roots, he’s also the main voice for Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show house band. Mr. Trotter is also capable of doing remarkable things like this:

Black Thought Hot 97 Freestyle

I’m always fascinated by people who do things I could never dream of. I would have major issues talking for 10 minutes straight, never mind creating a coherent, entertaining freestyle. In addition to the freestyle, he also somehow pulls off the fancy hat and sunglasses look. The more I think about it, I’m not sure which feat is more impressive. Those are just a few of his many talents, and 2017 was a landmark year for the artist. He and The Roots continue to thrive on The Tonight Show, and he starred as Reggie Love on season 1 of The Deuce. Tonight Show house band, lyrical genius and starring on an acclaimed HBO show is a good career for most people. That’s just a year’s work for Black Thought.

-Ryan

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054 Stranger Things 2 TV Club

Average Nobodies Podcast

On today’s show we’re in television heaven as we dissect and explore all nine episodes of Stranger Things 2, episode 8.2 of The Walking Dead, ‘The Damned’ and episode 1.8 of The Deuce, ‘My Name Is Ruby’. You can chat with us on Twitter (@AverageNobodies), toss us a like on Facebook (@AverageNobodies) and heart all our pictures on instagram (@AverageNobodies). Don’t forget, this podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and YouTube.

053 Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson Super Bowl Halftime Reunion?

Average Nobodies Podcast

On this week’s show we’ve got Bills Mafia, Jolly Ranchers versus the internet and Justin Timberlake has us naked by the end of this podcast. You can chat with us on Twitter @AverageNobodies, toss us a like on Facebook @AverageNobodies and heart all our pictures on instagram, @AverageNobodies. Don’t forget, this podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and YouTube.

052 Sam Ponder, Barstool Van Talk, Kevin Smith and The Deuce Ep. 6

Average Nobodies Podcast

You can chat with us on Twitter @AverageNobodies, toss us a like on Facebook @AverageNobodies and heart all our pictures on instagram, @AverageNobodies. Don’t forget, this podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and YouTube.

051 What Kind of Bad?

On today’s show we have people vs strippers vs the internet, a very special people watching, “what are we watching” and we wrap up with our review of The Deuce episode 1.5, What Kind of Bad? You can chat with us on Twitter @AverageNobodies, toss us a like on Facebook @AverageNobodies and heart all our pictures on instagram, @AverageNobodies. Don’t forget, this podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and YouTube.

049 Cold Potato Soup

On today’s show we have: Kevin Durant vs the internet, “What are we Watching” and we wrap up with our TV Club highlighting The Deuce, Episode 2, Show and Prove and episode 3 The Principal Is All. You can chat with us on Twitter @AverageNobodies, toss us a like on Facebook @AverageNobodies and heart all our pictures on instagram, @AverageNobodies. Don’t forget, this podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and YouTube. Read our blog – www.averagenobodies.com || Leave us a voicemail – 401-285-8120

#MusicMonday: James Brown – Out Of Sight

We’re currently reviewing each episode of HBO’s newest drama series The Deuce on our weekly podcast, and one of the best parts of the show 3 episodes in is the soundtrack. The Deuce takes place in early 1970s NYC, which means the soundtrack is jam packed with songs from the 60s and 70s, included this week’s Music Monday pick: Out of Sight by James Brown. Have a great day on purpose everybody.

-Ryan

047 The Deuce, NFL Predictions and a Shitty Tinder Date

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