Rank #1: D.L. Hughley (Episode 129)
From there he spoke about Cosby's legacy and how he believes the allegations against him to be true. In discussing the political climate of Black America, D.L reveals his feelings on Hillary Clinton's 'super-predator' comment, white supremacy, Trump voters, Kaepernick being ostracized, and the state of being Black in America.
Rank #2: Charlamagne (Episode 64)
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Rank #3: Charlamagne (Episode 45)
During this week's episode of The Vlad Couch, we see the return of Charlamagne Tha God as he talks about some of the hot button topics in the media from Super Bowl 50 to the inaccuracy of Eddie Griffin's defense of Bill Cosby.
The television/radio personality defends Beyonce's tribute to the Black Panthers, while also discussing why he felt Cam Newton should have upheld his confidence in defeat. He then turned around to dissect the underlying racial issues in the way Cam was critiqued by other members of the media. "Y'all really thought that they was gonna give us Beyonce performing 'Formation' - which is a Black power song -, Cam Newton Black a winning the Super Bowl, and a Nat Turner movie in the same year? Y'all out y'all g-dn minds."
Charlamagne also shares his thoughts on Meek Mill and Drake's continued spat - which now includes 50 Cent, why he's against Ciara suing Future, #OscarsSoWhite, and why Michael Jackson's Off The Wall is a better album than the popularly acclaimed Thriller. Hear it all on Charlamagne's Vlad Couch podcast.
Rank #4: Charlamagne (Episode 1)
Rank #5: Taxstone (Episode 91)
Rank #6: Dr. Umar Johnson (Episode 77)
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Rank #7: Boosie (Episode 110)
The Baton Rouge rapper also discusses the backlash he got from the LGBT community for his comments on cartoons, raising his kids a certain way and adopting the children of his deceased friends. He also lets Vlad know why he doesn't believe in marriage and declares that the Boosie Fade can only be done by two barbers on this earth.
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Rank #8: Taxstone (Episode 82)
Rank #9: Nore (Episode 8)
Rank #10: Lord Jamar (Episode 126)
Rank #11: Eddie Griffin (Episode 37)
Rank #12: Azie Faison (Episode 66)
Faison admits that he dropped out of school in the ninth grade and began working at a neighborhood dry cleaners, where he initially got into the drug game. After getting a supplier, Azie became a head honcho in his neighborhood. He goes on to explain what it was like moving the type of weight he was during the "War on Drugs" era of American history (making $100K a day). Unfortunately, with the wealth came attempts on Faison's life, like in the late eighties when his trap house was robbed, which left him shot nine times, and others dead. He later discloses how Rich's nephew had been kidnapped and held for ransom.
He goes into depth the moment he realized Alpo had murdered Rich Porter and explained that it happened over 300,000 dollars. He concludes the interview by absolving himself of the "snitch" persona that has been attached to his name. He admits to talking to Alpo in jail and proceeds to deter people who jump into today's drug game labeling it "over" and fruitless since 1990.
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Rank #13: Immortal Technique (Episode 17)
Rank #14: Taxstone (Episode 46)
Tax goes on to discuss losing sight in his left eye after being shot by a guy in his hood, that he would constantly picked on. The conversation quickly turned to 50 Cent's meme attack on Meek Mill, why old hip hop beefs were more believable back in the day. Rounding out his interview, he discusses his issues with Hot 97's Ebro, Nas vs Jay Z, Kanye West and the fort that is the Kardashian-Jenner brand, and Rob using Blac Chyna as revenge against Tyga.
Listen to the sometimes hilarious and also insightful interview above.
Rank #15: Taxstone (Episode 38)
Rank #16: Aries Spears (Episode 49)
Known for his spot on MADtv and his hip hop impressions, Spears recalls entering the comedy scene after failing at rap and boxing. He discusses the rarity of Black comics in mainstream media when he got his start on Def Comedy alongside Martin Lawrence. He then breaks down the mainstay of comedic greats such as Dave Chappelle, Cedric the Entertainer and why Kevin Hart loses points for using stand-up writers.
The funnyman also touches on White people using the N-word, Bill Cosby's sexual assault allegations, Stacey Dash's recent comments, how gays can be hypocritical when it comes to jokes about their sexuality, and wanting comedy to move out of its newfound political correctness.
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Rank #17: Charlamagne (Episode 28)
Rank #18: Taxstone (Episode 56)
From then on Tax and DJ Vlad discuss the possibility of Bill Cosby being a serial rapist, rappers getting their chain snatched, Drake not having a classic album, his respect for DMX and being a crack baby.