2016 marked the 10 year anniversary of two of Hip Hop’s most celebrated albums: Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury and Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor. Both projects rocked rap in righteous ways. And like many projects during a tumultuous decade in music, both weathered a tidal wave of tension. Thank you to our special guest Charles “Chilly” Patton. Chilly shares new information on the source of Lupe Fiasco’s conflict with Atlantic Records as well as the real reason the two decided to bring 1/15th to the label. Major thank you to the incomparable Tour Manager Ant.

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