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New Episode 145 | The Joe Budden Podcast | “Role Play”

This week Joe, Rory and Mal are joined New Episode 145 | The Joe Budden Podcast | “Role Play”by Ice and from beginning to end let the jokes fly. Joe wants to know if and when it’s cool to set your girlfriend as the lock screen on your phone (10:47). As predicted on this podcast, the robots have arrived! The guys talk about the new “life-like” sex dolls that were introduced, which adds to “conspiracy theory” Joe’s prediction of robots taking over (30:09). Also, they discuss which one of the guys that have participated in role-play and Joe reveals his go-to character in the bedroom, you’d never guess what it is (1:11:26). This episode is filled so tune in and indulge.

Don’t forget to cop your tickets for “Oh What a Night” hosted by Joe Budden at the Highline Ballroom on January 22!

Other topics include:
-Chris Paul wants smoke with the Clippers (37:06)
-Offset getting Cardi B’s name tattooed on himself (45:46)
-Chris Brown dropping ANOTHER joint project, is this helping or hurting his legacy (1:35:54)

Sleeper picks of the week:

Craig David (featuring GoldLink) “Live in the Moment” | www.youtube.com/watch?v=osJkdwQypbk&feature=share

THEY. “Africa” | www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BSLvWe0Mik&feature=share

Floda “Weak” | Kingfloda – Flo-weak-prodby-saidon

Albee Al, Arsonal and Fetty Wap “New Jersey Drive”

Kanye West surpassed Michael Jackson and Frankie Valli for most top 40 hits by a male artist


ScHoolboy Q scores his second top 40 hit as a lead artist on the Hot 100 as “That Part” moves 42-40. His first was “Studio,” featuring BJ the Chicago Kid, which climbed to No. 38 in 2014. Radio play continues to pick up steam for “That Part,” as the song rises 18-16 on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop airplay chart (up 9 percent in spins at the format for the week).

For West, “Part” becomes his 40th top 40 hit on the Hot 100, passing Michael Jackson and Frankie Valli (39 each) for the tenth most top 40 hits by a male artist of all time.

Here’s an updated look at the men with the most top 40 visits, dating back to the Hot 100’s inception on Aug. 4, 1958:

80, Elvis Presley
69, Lil Wayne
57, Elton John
53, Drake
46, Stevie Wonder
45, Jay Z
44, James Brown
42, Chris Brown
41, Marvin Gaye
40, Kanye West