CA Podcast #7 – LastO: Album, Rap Homophobia, Frank O, Cypher Ave & More

By Cypher Avenue | Posted Nov 4 2013 | 6 Comments  

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Brehs, we present to you a new episode of the CYPHER AVENUE PODCAST where you’ll hear us give updates, engage in heated topic debates, interviewing interesting homosexual men of color and us verbally adding on to the articles posted on the website.

The episodes will be available in three ways: You can listen to them on the site, watch on YouTube or download a MP3 version to your computer for listening on you commute to work or while you’re at the gym!

In this podcast, Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy interview rapper LastO on the release of his new album “Where’s Vivian.” Topics include: LastO’s music roots, Hip Hop Homophobia, Frank Ocean, Cypher Avenue Hate and Criticizing Other Black Gay Content Creators.

 

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00:00 – Intro

2:14 – Welcome to the show, LastO

3:26 – Who is LastO?

5:36 – Harsh Cypher Avenue Reviews

6:40 – What does the title, “Where’s Vivian” mean?

12:51 – Why Real Hip Hop inspires LastO instead of sex whores

15:51 – Song Preview “WhereIsSheLude” with Lyrics

18:13 – Coming out as a Black Gay Rapper

28:37 – Gay Rapper in Homophobic Hip Hop?

30:50 – Is Gay Hip Hop a different genre than regular Hip Hop?

33:57 – The Most Meaningful Track on the Album

34:38 – Song Preview “Barcelon” with Lyrics

38:50 – Still Looking for the Gay Rapper?!

40:49 – Did Frank Ocean Actually Come Out?

44:56 – The Youngbucks in Hip Hop

47:30 – Ocky’s Favorite Track

49:40 – Song Preview “Pour A 40” with Lyrics

51:11 – LastO’s Cypher Avenue Hate Mail & Is Cypher Avenue Like Fox News?

1:09:03 – Song Preview “Dream Wild” with Lyrics

1:11:25 – LastO’s Opinion of Bad Black Gay Content Creators

1:17:49 – Defending the controversial “Twizza” Interlude

1:22:35 – Nick Vouches for LastO

1:24:05 – Go Cop That Shit

1:25:59 – Closing Remarks

1:28:05 – Song Preview “Summerlude”

 

 

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  1. hannibal
    Hannibal | November 4th, 2013
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    His defense of homophobia in hip hop didn’t really make much sense to me.

    • Nick Delmacy | November 4th, 2013
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      Yeah, there was another part on Hip Hop Homophobia where we talked about Lord Jamar and his comments on VLAD TV but we cut it out b/c it was redundant. LastO seems conflicted on it but looks the other way since he really loves the music the homophobes put out.

      The acceptance of misogyny in Hip Hop is the most contradictory to me. Especially from fems who hate our site just for saying “masculine” so much yet they love artists like Drake, Lil Wayne and others.

      • hannibal
        Hannibal | November 4th, 2013
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        Just seems weird to me how gays can like homophobic hip hop artists. It seems like gays in general(black gays anyway) give homophobia a pass, yet I bet things would be different if it was racism.

  2. SB3000 | November 5th, 2013
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    I just wana cosign on yall not EVER cowering to the ppl who think masc men are ‘pretending’. FUK what any1 thinks, WE know better..

  3. achris
    achris | November 5th, 2013
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    LastO seems like a very level headed person and he is talented. However, as redundant as it may have been, it would have been interesting to hear him pushed a little bit on that “Lord” Jamar “interview” in particular. Also, the whole “perceived” separation between extremely masc and extremely fem ppl is starting to remind me of the not so “perceived” separation between traditionally educated and non-educated black folk, but that’s a random thought that came to mind when hearing the dialogue around the Cypher Ave hate mail and the fox news comparison.

  4. SB3
    African King | November 5th, 2013
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    Amazing interview guys! I enjoyed the podcast and man… if only LastO could garner more exposure. People need to hear him!!!




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