In a world where hip-hop culture celebrates its 50th anniversary, the need for an authentic and reliable media platform within the community has never been more apparent.
Dave Mays, the co-founder of Breakbeat Media, spoke with TMZ Hip Hop about the significance of providing an honest and genuine perspective on the vital occurrences in our world through the medium of hip-hop. He expressed his pride in Breakbeat for being a crucial player in this endeavor, stating, “I’m proud that Breakbeat provides this essential and valuable medium.”
Mays goes on to share his excitement about enlisting the support of a longstanding friend and one of hip-hop’s most influential and pioneering figures to further Breakbeat’s mission. Their joint venture, “Collect Call With Suge Knight,” is poised to resonate with hip-hop enthusiasts worldwide and bridge generational gaps within the community.
Despite being incarcerated, Suge Knight refuses to let his voice remain imprisoned. The co-host of “Collect Call With Suge Knight” is none other than Dave Mays, CEO of Breakbeat Media and the founder of The Source magazine. The podcast is gearing up for its official launch on Halloween in 2023, and Mays reveals that they’ve already recorded approximately five episodes, each featuring half-hour discussions.
The podcast’s topics will delve deep into the world of hip-hop, addressing a range of issues. Suge Knight is determined to respond to the myriad artists and hip-hop pundits who have frequently used his name for sensational headlines. Additionally, he intends to elaborate on his views regarding Snoop Dogg’s ownership of the Death Row brand.
Suge Knight boasts a storied history within the hip-hop world, having interacted with prominent figures such as Master P, Wack 100, Warren G, and Akon. As a result, it seems that many individuals within the industry are on notice.
Dave Mays underscores that the podcast is not solely about mudslinging. Suge Knight aims to share the wisdom he has acquired from both the highs and lows of his life. He intends to facilitate connections between the younger generation and older artists and is open to fielding questions from the audience.
“Collect Call With Suge Knight” is set to release weekly podcast episodes, with audio versions available on Thursdays and video editions on Fridays. You can catch a sneak peek of the first conversation on October 24, with the full launch scheduled for Halloween ’23. The podcast will be accessible on all major platforms, ensuring that hip-hop enthusiasts of all generations can access the engaging and informative content.