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Super Duty Tough Work Podcast


Created by underground hip-hop artist Blueprint, Super Duty Tough Work is the most infamous podcast on planet earth, focusing on hip-hop culture, personal-development, and humor. The results are comical, educational, and inspiring. No shuckin', no jivin', and no bulls#@t. We wanna make the podcastRead more

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271: Why Do Rappers Keep Getting Shot?

Nov 22 • 47:43

270: Should Hip-Hop Artists Unionize?

Nov 15 • 50:26

Every month or two a story circulates that reveals a bad deal that a hip-hop artist signed in hopes of getting an opportunity in the industry. As bad as these deals are, most people have no idea how to prevent these types of things from happening. In this episode, Blueprint and Illogic discuss the idea of what a hip-hop union would look like and what the benefits would be ...

269: Before You Go All-In

Oct 25 • 53:48

268: Album Reviews Four

Oct 18 • 56:22

267: Should You Mix and Master Your Own Music?

Oct 11 • 01:02:08

One of the biggest things technology has done to the music industry is making software for recording, mixing, and mastering more affordable and accessible. Once upon a time, the only people mixing and mastering were trained engineers, but now everyone can dabble in it. In this episode, Blueprint and Illogic speak about the pros and cons of mixing and mastering your own mus...

266: The Artist Advice Hour Episode Two

Oct 5 • 01:33:56

Last week, we did our second installment of our youtube live stream show, The Artist Advice Hour, where we invite our listeners to ask Blueprint questions via email, youtube, or call in. Since we didn't record a new episode of the show this week, we decided to upload the audio from this so our listeners would have something to listen to this week. Enjoy!...

265: Pursuing Art With a Full-Time Job

Sep 27 • 01:08:54

One of the most sensitive topics for artists is working a full-time job. On one hand we all agree they are necessary to make money, but on the other hand they sap the time and energy you could be putting into your art. In this episode, we break down ten realities that an artist must understand to maximize their time working a full time job if they ever want to make the tra...

264: Ten People You Should Never Follow On Social Media

Sep 20 • 01:03:12

263: The Mr Dibiase Cheat Code

Sep 13 • 01:48:08

The Low End Theory weekly event in Los Angeles shed light into one of the most important and influential movements that hip-hop production has ever seen. Their podcast rose to the top of iTunes and their sold out weekly event sparked a worldwide movement. Los Angeles producer Dibiase's forward-thinking sampling and unmistakable drum swing made him an integral part of the m...

262: How To Be a Better Music Producer

Sep 6 • 58:08

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