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The history of pop culture’s most popular series is in the making, thanks to a trio of music nerds: Radiant historias, hip hop historians, and the people who made the series.
The three people, who will discuss the history of the show, pop culture and pop music in an episode of The History Room podcast, will be discussing the history behind the music.
“The history of music is incredibly complicated, and we are constantly trying to dig deeper,” said co-creator and host of The Hip Hop History Podcast, Chris Stapleton.
“We were looking for something that would give the fans something new and fresh to look at and learn about.
And that is the history podcast.
We love listening to music from the past, and this was a perfect opportunity to give people that new look.”
The History Podcasts History Podcast podcast focuses on the history and legacy of popular music, but is also filled with a wide array of other fascinating topics.
The podcast is available for free on iTunes and Google Play.
“One of the things that we try to do is to be a place where people can dive into the history, and not just listen to pop culture but also learn about the music itself,” said Stapton.
“So we had a really unique opportunity to dig into the whole history of hip hop, and that’s why we thought, why not share that history with the world.”
The podcast, which features music from some of the biggest names in hip hop history like Eminem, Nas, and Pharrell Williams, has been downloaded over 25 million times.
Stapley said that the podcast has inspired many of the creators in the pop music community to create their own original songs.
“People are inspired by the fact that there is something about this genre that’s so authentic and so unique,” he said.
“I think that’s a really important thing for people to take away from this, because if you take that away from people, you can actually start to have this sort of a ‘bigger picture’ for music that’s happening today.”
The history podcast, featuring the history books from The Hiphop History Podcast and the History of Hip Hop, is available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
The History of Pop Culture: Hip Hop and the Origins of Popular Music podcast airs Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m.
ET/PT on PBS.