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JUAN EPSTEIN: REDMAN, METHOD MAN, BUSTA RHYMES

Man, talk about coming back with a vengeance… Red & Meth and Busta Rhymes, all on the same podcast. Fire on  top of Fire!!! Talked about a lot of  Hip Hop shit, like Wu-tang, Epmd, The Roots, Dilla, Rza, Old Dirty, etc.  These guys seem like they are in a great place right now. Putting out albums, and doing shows.  Great Hip Hop from some great Hip Hop artist. One of the illest things to me was the whole time Meth was doing crossword puzzles from a huge crossword puzzle book. He likes them words.

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80 Responses to “JUAN EPSTEIN: REDMAN, METHOD MAN, BUSTA RHYMES”

  1. Thank you!!!!

  2. The Return of Juan Epstein!!!!

  3. WOW!!! Juan Ep is just getting better and better! This show is monumental….good lookin’ Ciph
    -Peace

  4. Oh shit! Oh shit! Oh shit!
    I was just saying we haven’t had a hip hop juan Epstein in a minute.
    Nice!

  5. good work ciph

  6. crazy lineup…can’t wait to listen!

  7. whats the end of the story from meth that got killed off by the fade out?

  8. Holy shit! Good looks Ciph…definetly a nice surprise…hopefully is on itunes already so I can add it to my ipod

  9. “I’m just gonna do some crosswords. It doesn’t mean that I don’t wanna talk.” – Quagmire, Family Guy (Blue Harvest)

  10. What happened to that last story????????

  11. […] Busta Rhymes, Method Man & Redman on Juan Epstein [via Cipha Sounds] Man, talk about coming back with a vengeance… Red & Meth and Busta Rhymes, all on the same […]

  12. So you come back after about 20 years with a triple threat, but then cut off a story. Guess I can’t wait for the next episode in 2010!

  13. it goes reggie, jay-z, tupac and biggie, andre from outkast, jada, kurupt, nas and then me

    shoulda asked about that when Em got brought up

  14. i use to always think ciph smoked, nice podcast thanks

  15. Yo Ciph,

    Did you see the trailer for Larry David’s new movie?

    It’s written and directed by Woody Allen!

    Peep it:

    http://www.apple.com/trailers/sony/whateverworks/

  16. Yo, that was a real dope Juan EP. Good Shit! Good stories from Red & Meth! They sound like some real dudes.

  17. SO what happen on the last story Meth was tellin!?!? It cut off!

  18. FIRE! Thanks Ciph, that shit made Wednesday son!

    These suits at the job be getting on my last nerve, this shit was a nice escape.

    1ne.

  19. 28 mins in – shit is the best!

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  21. Thank you… This is crack

  22. what’s the deal cipha. whens the next time your in comedy shows coming to boston

  23. I’m late to juan epstein !

    In the middle of the week sweet!

    Thank you Ciph!

  24. Awesome episode guys. Keep it coming. I just noticed that this Juan ep has over 25,000 d/l’s, holy shit! I remember when it used to be around 500. I’m glad this many people are listening to Juan ep, it deserves it.

  25. Man, that was fire! Good job!

  26. dope!

  27. Thank you Juan! Thank you Epstein!

    • SEC officials shluod have been penalized for missing the Bernie Madoff fraud.A primary notion of the Securities laws of 1933 and 1934 was:\”People who sell and trade securities – brokers, dealers, and exchanges – must treat investors fairly and honestly, putting investors\’ interests first.Goldman Sachs is both an investment bank and trader. GS shluod have a transparent way of notifying investors in the securities it sells of opposite trades GS takes (ie. short selling via puts).Here is article by Felix Salmon that . Mr. Salmon points out, in this very complicated deal, where the problem for GS is.Marketing tremendously complicated deals may hide critical details that don\’t put \”investor\’s interests first\”. A hidden critical detail may also be the premise for the issueor placing a trade opposite the overall investment.The selling of investments and trading opposite (not insurance) seems to be the primary issue.

    • More bailouts:Roubini sees ‘significantly riisng’ risk that European monetary union will rip apart April 27, 2010 Greece’s financial woes — and more important, the deepening fiscal problems of its European neighbors Portugal and Spain — could batter global credit markets, disrupt the economic recovery and potentially tear apart the 11-year-old European monetary union.Greece last week formally asked for a $60-billion bailout from the rest of Europe and the International Monetary Fund.Investors dumped bonds of Greece, Portugal, Spain and Ireland on Tuesday, driving yields up. European stock markets were hammered, and the selling spread to the U.S..

  28. This is classic son!!

    • benny-you are correct about uniwrerdting requiring adequate disclosure, but there is ZERO evidence that goldman did not do so. the documentation on this instrument ran to over 100,000 pages.further, the mortgages were selected by the buyer and put into an instrument that copied one from DB. goldman didn’t issue the mortgages nor backstop them in any way, they just allowed their customer, at his own request, to bet on them in a certain way.this is more like a basket trade than an IPO.there was nothing inherently flawed about the instrument. it behaved precisely as it should. the customer just made a bad directional bet. if the housing market had done well, they would have cleaned up.the simple fact is the customer made a bad bet. you can’t regulate away bad investment theses, nor should anyone want to.

  29. Ciph keep up the good work, and jail rosenburg if you get the chance.

    • I think that the “Goldman fraud” is politically dervin. What a coincidence that the hearings are being held a) 6 months before the election and b) while the Senate is trying to pass legislation to prevent the next big financial failure.The real frauds are the congresspersons who are grandstanding to their constituents about how they manhandled GS at the hearing and that GS was the blame for the financial collapse instead of themselves.GS magically becomes the root of all evil instead of the very sorry morons in Congress, particularly the Senate that contributed to the near-collapse of the economy.Transference, duplicity and posturing.For the record, with all the campaign contributions GS has made to the Democratic party, there is no way in heck the financial regulation bill will serve the best interest of Americans, but it sure as heck will meet GS’s and the financial industry’s needs.It took a while, but that’s where both Brooks and Epstein have it right.

    • I stated berfoe, Congress will go way beyond the moral hazard of too-big-to-fail, and it has with over a 1,300 page bill. Also, Democrats wants to debate “their” bill to score political points and promote “taxpayer” anger.It’s very divisive, similar to Obama’s recent speech:Obama’s goal: “reconnecting” with the voters who voted for the first time in 2008, but who may not plan to vote in the lower-profile Congressional elections this year.Obama speaks with unusual demographic frankness about his coalition in his appeal to “young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women who powered our victory in 2008 to stand together once again.”

    • thanks so much for coming to baby ceetnr! just wanted to let you know that we watched your movie, the business of being born, in my biopsych of birth class and it was amazing!!!! we are learning all about natural birth and your movie is an inspiration

  30. One of the best JE’s.
    Thanks

    • I’m so excited to read what you have to say in this blog. As a meohtr of three water birth babies (two born at home) I absolutely love Business of Being Born! You did such a great job of presenting the tough facts without seeming judgmental of OBs, hospitals, and medical birth interventions. I have recommended that film to so many, and am currently reading your book. Can’t wait to see the great discussions that will surely ensue here. Welcome aboard!

      • I loved the Business of Being Born. I think I may have even blogged about it here, but it’s all a blur at this point. I’m linookg forward to a glimpse of life with older kids. Though I’ll keep my hands over my eyes as I read, because I don’t really want to know. Not yet. Welcome.

  31. THE GREATEST SO FAR.. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PRICELESS

  32. Over 48,000 downloads!!

  33. definitely one of the best. redman is the mufuckin nigga. jersey!

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  34. good show, but wish it was just redman and meth or just busta so as to go deep

  35. Hell yea-This’ll do.

  36. def one of the greatest episodes. i wish you guys asked redman who “rocafella” was that rhymed on redmans second album.

  37. 50,000+ downloads!

    “keep goin, free” – jay-z

  38. Great show! Bravo! Can we PLEASE here that last story about Meth and Busta in the 4-Runner!?

  39. Crazy episode
    Thank you guys !

  40. I just had a crazy brainwave yo..

    Didn’t Busta say he hasn’t dun a Pete Rock track for his own project?

    Whaat? he must of forgot about his own album.. Genesis from 2001.. Shut ‘Em Down 2002 was a Pete Rock track.. albeit a remixed Public Enemy instrumental, but it still counts.. check the credits people!

  41. This J.EP was not one of the best to me. Busta added the best moment with his Janet’s ass being worth the video budget. Overall, it was a 3 and out.

  42. That was great! Red and Meth need to get their own podcast! Kinda a weird moment when Meth was saying that Ghost shouldn’t be in the conversation when discussing the greatest MCs. I wonder what’s going on there????

  43. Peace…

    This was a Classic Ciph!

    Thanks!

    Peace,

    Knowledge Build Allah
    http://www.twitter.com/classic1824

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