Nas and Miss Info Will Take a Deep Dive Into Hip-Hop History in New Spotify Podcast

‘The Bridge: 50 Years of Hip Hop’ will feature guests like Ice Cube, Mary J. Blige, Cordae and more.

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Nas and Minya “Miss Info” Oh are set to host the forthcoming Spotify podcast, The Bridge: 50 Years of Hip Hop.

Produced by Spotify and Mass Appeal, the program will explore the evolution of hip-hop over the past 50 years and will feature guests that have been essential in its growth, including the likes of Ice Cube, Mary J. Blige, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Cordae and Nas’ brother Jungle. “This is our opportunity to go deep and explore how Hip Hop went from the microphones, turntables and sound systems to big business and a worldwide cultural phenomenon,” Nas said in the trailer. Miss Info explained, “Every week me and Nas talk to our personal heroes and the creative forces that shaped Hip Hop and helped it grow.”

Take a listen to the trailer below. Nas and Miss Info’s The Bridge: 50 Years of Hip Hop premieres November 16 on Spotify.

Elsewhere in music, Kanye West and Soulja Boy have ended their feud over the missing DONDA verse.

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