Host Nate Wilcox is joined by Alexei Auld and Eugene S. Robinson for a series of discussions of Netflix' Hip-Hop Evolution series.
- Hip-Hop Is Born In The Bronx: We Dig Hip-Hop Evolution
- The Sugarhill Gang & Afrika Bambaataa Put Rap On Wax
- Run-DMC, Def Jam & Public Enemy Herald the Golden Age
- Ice-T, Eazy-E And N.W.A. Bring Gangsta Rap To The Masses
- The 2 Live Crew, Geto Boys and UGK Come Out of the South
- Too $hort, MC Hammer, E-40, Digital Underground & 2Pac Brought the Bay
- A Tribe Called Quest & De La Soul Led the Native Tongues
- Wu-Tang Clan, Nas and Notorious B.I.G. Brought NYC Back
- 2Pac & Suge Knight Ignite the West Coast-East Coast Feud Against B.I.G and Puff Daddy
- After Notorious B.I.G's Reign, Puff Daddy Stepped Up in the 'Jiggy Era'
- Eminem, Mos Def & Black Star Emerge from Hip-Hop's Cypher & Battle Rap Cultures
- Outkast & Goodie Mob Took the Dirty South National
- Bounce, No Limit and Cash Money Brought New Orleans Hip-Hop to the Fore
- Houston's DJ Screw, Memphis' Three 6 Mafia and Atlanta's Lil Jon Innovated New Directions in Hip-Hop
- How The Neptunes, Timbaland & Missy Elliott, J Dilla and Kanye West Became Hip-Hop's Super-Producers