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No Ceilings is hosted by rapper, Crip gang member, and social pundit Glasses Malone with assistance from his co-host Peter Bas. Every week, the two discuss people and things that are despised, loathed, and generally unliked by mainstream society. From prostitutes and white supremacists to Satanists and rapist, No Ceilings examines and attempts to diagnose those things we have labeled as Pariahs. A lifestyle and culture podcast featuring conversations with the intent to sway the pendulum on one’s way of thinking. As individuals are culturally bound to experiences that result in different responses - No Ceilings tough discussions, typically from opposing sides, will break down life’s interpretations.
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Glasses Malone, joined by Peter Bas and Norm Steele, unpack  snitching and the cultural nuances and definitions associated with it. They discuss the need for a 'cryptionary' to define street slang and culture, as well as the importance of understanding the rules and nuances of street urban culture. They explore the concept of snitching and how it differs depending on the context, the individual's involvement in criminal activities, the transition from a criminal lifestyle to a general population lifestyle and the responsibilities and expectations that come with it. The conversation explores the themes of black culture, black experience, and the perception of criminality in different communities. Are the nuances of snitching misunderstood and misinterpreted? Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.    Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @Steele562See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glasses Malone, joined by Peter Bas and Norm Steele unpack the importance of nuanced conversations, the impact of public statements, and the need for thoughtful engagement with current events, social media on behavior, personal relationships, career decisions, hip hop culture, diversity management, the significance of hip hop culture and the challenges faced by small businesses in the industry and more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.    Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @Steele562See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode Glasses Malone is joined by the No Ceilings ladies, Aja and Britt to unpack  societal expectations of men and women, communication in relationships, accountability, gender roles, and the challenges of holding women accountable in a patriarchal society and more.Tune in a listen to the perspectives of the No Ceilings crew and join the conversation in the socials below. Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @AjaTheRedHead @RealBritneyMichelleSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The No Ceilings crew (Glasses, Peter Bas, Joey Westside) discuss the frustration of customers who expect excessive customization and entitlement at restaurants and fast food establishments. The crew argue that the notion of 'the customer is always right' is outdated and no longer applicable in today's society. They discuss the origins of this expression and how it made sense in the early 1900s when businesses were not as patronized,  the abundance of options and the fast-paced nature of the food industry today, the lack of judgment and shame in society, the obsession with convenience, and the decline of quality due to entitlement and more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss @TheLAGiantz See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this bonus episode, Glasses Malone joined by Norm Steele and Peter Bas the hosts discuss the comparison of the presidency of Donald Trump and the reputation of Suge Knight's decision-making process of Death Row Records, the cultural impact of different record labels, the mistakes made by artists and executives in the music industry, the impact of choosing Dr. Dre over other producers, the importance of cultivating talent and the potential paths Tupac's career could have taken if he had not passed away and more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @Steele562See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glasses Malone and Peter Bas explore the dynamics between men and women in relationships, specifically focusing on the role of money and material possessions. They also discuss how men often feel pressured to spend money on women to attract their attention and fulfill their desires. They criticize men for creating a false sense of value for women, blame their lack of discipline for succumbing to women's demands, and emphasize the importance of financial responsibility and setting realistic expectations in relationships. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_BossSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glasses Malone is back with a bonus episode (joined by Peter Bas, Norm Steele and Joey Westeside) unpacking the recent battle between Kendrick Lamar and Drake. They analyze the songs and strategies used by both artists and highlight the importance of cultural awareness and authenticity in hip-hop. They praise Kendrick for staying true to his cultural sound and creating impactful records, the concept of time pressure in battle rap and its effect on record-making. They also touch on the impact of Drake's success on the opportunities for artists from the ghetto and the role of bias in media coverage and much more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss @TheLAGiantz See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of No Ceilings, the crew discuss the concept of street urban culture and its connection to hip hop, the importance of street experiences and the teachings of accountability and justice. The conversation explores the idea that there are no civilians in hip hop and discusses the confusion that arises when artists like Drake start confusing themselves with the culture. The crew also touch on the role of hip hop journalists and the need for them to understand their place in the culture, the impact of hip hop from 1992 to 2004 and how it influenced global culture, the misconceptions and opinions of outsiders who try to explain gang culture and street life without truly understanding it, Drake vs Kendrick battle and the cultural differences between the two artists and more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.    Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @Steele562See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of No Ceilings, Glasses Malone and Peter Bas recap this past weekend’s 2nd Annual Black Effect Podcast Festival in Atlanta. Were you in attendance? Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.    Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
  Glasses Malone and the No Ceilings crew delve into the O.J. Simpson case and debate whether or not he is guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The hosts explore different theories and possibilities surrounding the case, ponders the credibility of the evidence and the motives behind the murders, snitching and much more. Did he really do it? Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  Rate, subscribe, comment and share.Follow NC on IG@GlassesLoc@Peter_Bas_Boss @Steele562  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The No Ceilings crew explores the significance of modern rap battles and their impact on the hip-hop genre. They discuss the history of bragging and competition in hip-hop from LL Cool J, KRS-1, Biggie, Tupac to current diss records. They also touch on the connection between poverty and overcompensation, as well as the evolution of rap beef from the lyrical battles, physical altercations, the marketability, street credibility, consequences and real-life implications of diss records in hip-hop.They raise questions about the authenticity of rap beefs and the blurred lines between reality and entertainment. Also they touch on the manipulative tactics used by artists like Drake and the potential use of AI-generated music in diss tracks and more. Tune in and comment in the socials below. Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @Steele562 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CONVOS ABOUT 100%

CONVOS ABOUT 100%

2024-04-0957:57

On this episode, Glasses Malone, joined by Peter Bas, discuss the role of fathers in parenting, the dynamics of dual-income households, affordability of housing in different states and the financial challenges faced by men in providing for their families. They share personal stories and perspectives on these issues emphasizing the importance of communication, realistic expectations and much more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below. Rate, subscribe, comment and share.   Follow NC on IG@GlassesLoc@Peter_Bas_BossSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glasses joined by Aja, Britt and Peter bas explores the legal definitions and nuances of sex trafficking, particularly in relation to the allegations against Diddy, the concept of commercial sex acts and the role of force, fraud, and coercion are examined. The conversation delves into personal experiences, gray areas of consent and choice, the power dynamics in relationships and the expectations and requirements placed on individuals, the desire for fame and success in the music industry and the promises and expectations that come with it, moral implications and more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG@GlassesLoc@Peter_Bas_Boss@AjaTheRedHead@RealBritneyMichelle  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CONVOS ABOUT TRAFFICKING

CONVOS ABOUT TRAFFICKING

2024-03-2601:02:57

  Glasses Malone, joined by Joey Westside (1/2 of LA Giantz) unpack sex trafficking and the interpretation of the law as it relates to the recent raid on Diddy's houses, the distinction between prostitution and trafficking, the power of outrage and its impact on false convictions along with the consequences of public perception and much moreTune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  "Please make sure you order a copy of my new album, Cancel Deeez Nutz OUT NOW!!"    - the loc The Crip Store Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss @TheLAGiantz See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Convos About the Cool Table

Convos About the Cool Table

2024-03-2001:04:48

Glasses Malone, joined by Peter Bas unpack the concept of the 'cool table' in hip-hop and how it has evolved over time. Glasses reflects on his own experiences in the music industry and the changes he has made to his music to stay relevant. They also explore the idea of a 'culture vulture' and discuss examples of artists who may fit this description and the use of street urban culture in media platforms like No jumper. Does Hip - Hip need more nourishment at the ‘cool table’? Are platforms like No Jumper using street urban culture unfairly for their own benefit? Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  "Please make sure you order a copy of my new album, Cancel Deeez Nutz OUT NOW!!"    - the locThe Crip StoreRate, subscribe, comment and share.Follow NC on IG@GlassesLoc@Peter_Bas_BossSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glasses Malone, joined by Peter Bas and Joey Westside (1/2 of LA Giantz) discuss the concept of 'rat fishing,' which refers to women using tactics to attract attention from men. The discussion delves into the desire for attention and the competition for attention in relationships. They also examine the  impact of rat fishing on marriages, divorce rates and  the role of money. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  /ˈratˌfiSHiNG/ INFORMAL•US the feminine process of luring male's attention  by means of a fictional "hood rat" persona. "Please make sure you order a copy of my new album, Cancel Deeez Nutz OUT NOW!!"    - the loc The Crip Store Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @TheLAGiantz See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Black Effect Presents... No Ceilings with Glasses Malone! Glasses Malone discuss the impact and legacy of the talented late great Nate Dogg. Nate was so serious in his craft he never cracked a smile in a music video. Joining the conversation is usual suspects Peter Bas and Deuce Mac (1/2 of LA Giants). Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  "Please make sure you order a copy of my new album, Cancel Deeez Nutz OUT NOW!!"    - the loc The Crip Store Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG feat Deuce Mac (IG: @deucemac_lagiantz)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glasses Malone joined by Peter Bas and Joey Westside (1/2 of LA Giantz) unpack the wild and ridiculous dating narrative seen on social media. Are the wants and needs of relationships from men and women on social media a realistic norm or have folks lost their minds? Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  "Please make sure you order a copy of my new album, Cancel Deeez Nutz OUT NOW!!"    - the loc The Crip Store Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @TheLAGiantz See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Conversations With DJ Yella

Conversations With DJ Yella

2024-02-2701:23:21

Glasses Malone and crew sit down with rap legend DJ Yella and discuss his journey from his NWA days, his legacy and more. Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  "Please make sure you order a copy of my new album, Cancel Deeez Nutz OUT NOW!!"    - the loc The Crip Store Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @DJYellaOfNWASee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glasses Malone joined by Peter Bas discuss living within and beyond one's needs and wants as it relates to affording the monetary cost or time associated with it. What can one really afford? Tune in and join the conversation in the socials below.  "Please make sure you order a copy of my new album, Cancel Deeez Nutz OUT NOW!!"    - the loc The Crip Store Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Saafir

I guess men really are as stupid as we thought. This conversation is pure fucking ignorance!!!!

Jun 10th
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